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DIGITAL PRINTER

KIP2000
Series
(K-66)

SERVICE MANUAL
Version D.2

KIP America / KIP Canada

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PREFACE
This service manual contains information required to preform field service to maintain the
image quality and printer functions on the KIP 2000 Series printers.

Chapter 1 Introduction : Features, specifications and operational

Chapter 2 Installation : Installation location, procedure / Unpacking

Chapter 3 Print Process : Explanation of print processes

Chapter 4 Electrical Systems : Basic principles of electrical system and operation

Chapter 5 Mechanical Systems : Mechanical structure, disassembly, assembly, and adjustments

Chapter 6 Maintenance/Checking : Replacement parts, Preventative Maintenance

Chapter 7 Troubleshooting : Procedures to repair malfunctions and image quality

Chapter 8 Service Modes

Appendices : timing charts, circuit diagrams

Some of the information contained in this manual may be changed by product upgrades etc.
Such information will be communicated as Technical Bulletins as required. Please read this service
manual and any technical bulletins carefully.

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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
Page
1.1 Features 1- 1

1.2 Specifications 1- 2

1.3 Name of Each Part 1- 3


1.3.1 Front view 1- 3
1.3.2 Rear view 1- 3

Chapter 2 Installation
Page
2.1 Installation Requirements 2- 1

2.2 Unpacking 2- 2

2.3 Packing Tape Removal 2- 3

2.4 Installation of Floor Plates 2- 5

2.5 Contents of Accessory Box 2- 6

2.6 Installation of the Process Unit 2- 7


2.6.1 Remove the Process Unit from the printer 2- 7
2.6.2 Release the LED Head 2-10
2.6.3 Setting up the Process Unit 2-11
2.6.4 Installing the Process Unit to the machine 2-18

2.7 Install the Toner Cartridge 2-21

2.8 Installing the Print Tray 2-25

Chapter 3 Print Process


Page
3.1 Outline of Process 3- 1

3.2 Theory / Construction of Contact Toner System ( HDP ) 3- 2


3.2.1 General information of the development and print process 3- 2
3.2.2 Print Process 3- 3
Step 1. Erasing process 3- 3
Step 2. Charging process 3- 3
Step 3. Exposure process 3- 3
Step 4. Simultaneous Development and Cleaning process 3- 4
Step 5. Transfer process 3- 4
Step 6. Separation process 3- 4
Step 7. Fusing process 3- 4

3.3 Supplementary 3- 5
3.3.1 Ozone Filter 3- 5

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Chapter 4 Electrical Systems
Page
4.1 Basic Operations 4- 1

4.2 Summary 4- 3

4.3 DC Controller and Roll Feeder Board 4- 4


4.3.1 DC Controller (PW6620) 4- 4
4.3.2 Roll Feeder Board (PW6623) 4- 4

4.4 Schematic Explanation 4- 5


4.4.1 Image Charging Unit Current Controller 4- 5
4.4.2 Transfer Charging Unit Current Controller 4- 6
4.4.3 Separation Charging Unit Current Controller 4- 7
4.4.4 Developer Bias Control Circuit 4- 8
4.4.5 Image Charging Wire Cleaning Controller 4-10
4.4.6 Power Supply 4-11

4.5 Electric Assembly Location/Function 4-13


4.5.1 Sensor / Switch / Toner Sensor / Thermistor / Thermostat 4-13
Front View 4-13
Rear View 4-14
4.5.2 Motor / Clutch / Fan / CNT / RY / CB / LF / SSR / Dehumidify Heater / SL 4-15
Front View 4-15
Rear View 4-16
Air Flow 4-17
4.5.3 Printed Circuit Board / DCP / HVP 4-18
Front View 4-18
Rear View 4-19

4.6 Down Sequence 4-20


4.6.1 Down Sequence caused by Fuser Temperature 4-20
4.6.2 Down Sequence caused by Toner Consumption 4-21

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Chapter 5 Mechanical Systems
Page
5.1 External covers 5- 2
5.1.1 Upper cover 1 (Toner cover) 5- 3
5.1.2 Upper cover 2 (Operation cover) 5- 4
5.1.3 Upper cover 3 5- 4
5.1.4 Right/Left side upper covers 5- 5
5.1.5 Right/Left side lower covers 5- 5
5.1.6 Right/Left side covers 5- 6
5.1.7 Rear upper cover 5- 6
5.1.8 Rear lower cover 5- 6

5.2 Upper Frame 5- 7


5.2.1 Opening of Movable unit 5- 7
5.2.2 Main motor (M1) 5- 9
5.2.3 LED head 5-10
5.2.4 Eraser lamp 5-10
5.2.5 LED head cooling fans (Fan7, Fan8) 5-11
5.2.6 Timing belts (two) 5-12
A. Timing belt for main motor 5-12
B. Timing belt for pulley/P161 5-12

5.3 Lower Frame 5-13


5.3.1 Clutches (two) 5-13
A. Flapper clutch (MC3) 5-13
B. Paper gate clutch (MC4) 5-13
5.3.2 Timing belt 5-14
A. Timing belt for Inside feed assembly 5-14
5.3.3 Ozone filters 5-14
5.3.4 Fans 5-15
A. Fuser cooling fan left (Fan 3) 5-15
B. Fuser cooling fan right (Fan 4) 5-15
C. Fuser cooling fan S-left (Fan 5) 5-16
D. Fuser cooling fan S-right (Fan 6) 5-16
5.3.5 Counter (CNT1) 5-17
5.3.6 Main switch (S1) 5-17
5.3.7 Fuser shutter solenoid (SL1) 5-18

5.4 Process Unit 5-19


5.4.1 Disassembling Process unit 5-19
5.4.2 Photoconductive drum 5-23

5.5 Main Frame 5-25


5.5.1 Cutter assembly 5-25
A. Paper sensor below cutter (PH3) 5-27
5.5.2 Gas spring 5-28

5.6 Primary Charger assembly 5-29


5.6.1 Primary charger assembly 5-29
5.6.2 Corona charging wire 5-30
5.6.3 Height adjustment of corona charging wire 5-31
5.6.4 Grid plate 5-31
5.6.5 Wire cleaning motor (M4) 5-32
5.6.6 Wire cleaning pad 5-33

5.7 Transfer/Separation Charger assembly 5-34


5.7.1 Transfer/Separation charger assembly 5-34
5.7.2 Transfer/Separation corona charging wire 5-35
5.7.3 Corona Guard 5-35
5.7.4 Height adjustment of corona charging wire 5-36

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5.8 Fuser Assembly 5-37
5.8.1 Disassembling Heater assembly 5-37
A. Thermistors (TH1, TH2) 5-39
B. Fin Heater – oven type (100V, 120V and 230V) 5-39
5.8.2 Thermostat (TS1) 5-41
5.8.3 Paper Transportation Sensor (TP9) 5-41
5.8.4 Fuser Lower assembly 5-42
A. Paper exit sensor (PH8) 5-43
B. Thermistor (TH3) 5-43
C. Exit Roller 5-43
5.8.5 Agitating motor 5-45
5.8.6 Agitator fan (Fan 2) 5-46
5.8.7 Agitator fan (Fan 2) – R2 Modified Assembly 5-50

5.9 Development Assembly 5-52


5.9.1 Disassembling Toner hopper assembly 5-52
5.9.2 Development roller 5-54
5.9.3 Regulation roller 5-56
5.9.4 Supply roller and side seals 5-58
5.9.5 Sender screw 5-59
5.9.6 Scraper 5-61
5.9.7 Toner motor (M5) 5-63
5.9.8 Toner sensors (TLS1, TLS2) 5-63
5.9.9 Spacing roller 5-64
A. Left side 5-64
B. Right side 5-64
5.9.10 Gears 5-65

5.10 Inner Feed Assembly 5-66


5.10.1 Disassembling Inside feed assembly 5-66
5.10.2 Paper separation sensor (PH7) 5-66
5.10.3 Feed belt 5-67
5.10.4 Feed roller 5-67
5.10.5 Separation fan (Fan 1) 5-68

5.11 Paper Feeder Assembly 5-69


5.11.1 Roll decks 5-69
5.11.2 Roll feed motor (M2) 5-70
5.11.3 Roll paper clutch (MC1, MC2A, MC2B, MC2C) 5-70
5.11.4 Pick up roller 5-71
5.11.5 Sensors 5-71
A. Paper clock end sensors (PH2A, PH2B, PH2C) 5-71
B. Paper set sensors (PH1A, PH1B, PH1C) 5-72
5.11.6 Size switch 5-73
5.11.7 Fitting Paper feeder assembly (Option) 5-74

Chapter 6 Maintenance
Page
6.1 Maintenance 6- 1

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Chapter 7 Troubleshooting
Page
7.1 Error Code List 7- 1
7.1.1 Call Operator Errors 7- 1
7.1.2 Call Service Errors 7- 3

7.2 Error Troubleshooting 7- 4


7.2.1 Call Operator Errors 7- 4
(1) “J-01” 1st Roll Deck Jam 7- 4
(2) “J-02” 2nd Roll Deck Jam 7- 5
(3) “J-03” 3rd Roll Deck Jam 7- 6
(4) “J-04” 4th Roll Deck Jam 7- 7
(5) “J-05” Cut Sheet Paper Feeding Jam 7- 7
(6) “J-10” Flapper Area Jam 7- 8
(7) “J-11” Gate Roller Section Jam 7- 9
(8) “J-12” Separation Area Jam 7-10
(9) “J-13” Exit Area Jam (Delay) 7-11
(10) “J-14” Exit Area Jam (Stay) 7-12
(11) “U-01” 1st Roll Deck Open Error 7-13
(12) “U-02” 2nd Roll Deck Open Error 7-13
(13) “U-03” 3rd Roll Deck Open Error 7-14
(14) “U-04” 4th Roll Deck Open Error 7-14
(15) “U-05” Upper Frame / Upper Cover 1 Open Error 7-15
(16) “U-06” Heater Unit Open Error 7-15
(17) Toner Low 7-16
(18) Roll Empty 7-17
7.2.2 Call Service Errors 7-18
(1) “E-01” Fuser Temperature Rising Error 7-18
(2) “E-02” Fuser Over Temperature Error 7-20
(3) “E-04” Developer Error 7-22
(4) “E-06” Counter Error 7-22
(5) “E-07” Cutter Error 7-23
(6) “E-16” Wire Cleaning Error 7-24
(7) “E-21” Fuser Thermostat Error 7-25
(8) “E-28” Fuser Agitator Fan Error 7-25
(9) “E-40” Folder Error 7-26
(10) “E-41” Key Card Error 7-26

7.3 Image Quality Troubleshooting 7-27


7.3.1 Basic Image Adjustments 7-27
7.3.2 Image Issues 7-28
(1) Too light (Only the halftone image) 7-28
(2) Too light (Halftone and solid black) 7-29
(3) Extremely light image (whole image) 7-30
(4) Different copy density 7-31
(5) Totally appeared foggy image 7-32
(6) Vertically blur or foggy black wide line 7-32
(7) Vertical Clear Black Narrow Line 7-33
(8) Vertical White Line 7-33
(9) Void of image 7-34
(10) Toner on the back of print 7-34
(11) Poor fusing 7-35
(12) Incorrect Image Placement, No Leading Edge 7-35
(13) Jitter 7-35
(14) Less sharpened image 7-36
(15) Uneven image vertically 7-36
(16) Totally white (No image) 7-37
(17) Totally black 7-37

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Chapter 8 Service Modes
Page
8.1 General Operation 8- 1
8.1.1 Entering the Service Mode 8- 1
8.1.2 Selecting the Service Modes 8- 3
8.1.3 Exit Service Modes 8- 6

8.2 Device Status Mode 8- 7


8.2.1 Function 8- 7
8.2.2 Operation Panel Display 8- 7
8.2.3 Operation (Example of use) 8- 8
8.2.4 Device Signal List 8-11

8.3 Display / View Mode 8-15


8.3.1 Function 8-15
8.3.2 Operation Panel Display 8-15
8.3.3 Operation (Example of use) 8-16

8.4 Device Operation Mode 8-18


8.4.1 Function 8-18
8.4.2 Operation Panel Display 8-18
8.4.3 Operation (Example of use) 8-19

8.5 Adjustment Mode 8-23


8.5.1 Function 8-23
8.5.2 Operation Panel Display 8-25
8.5.3 Operation (Example of use) 8-26
8.5.4 Explanation for each Sub Mode 8-29
(1) Metric or inch (Sub Mode No.00) 8-29
(2) Maximum cut length (Sub Mode No.01) 8-30
(3) Cut sheet size signal(Sub Mode No.02) 8-31
(4) LED Head strobe time (Overall) (Sub Mode No.03) 8-32
(5) LED Head strobe time compensation (Left block) (Sub Mode No.04) 8-34
(6) LED Head strobe time compensation (Right block) (Sub Mode No.05) 8-36
(7) Image delay (Left block) (Sub Mode No.06) 8-38
(8) Image delay (Right block) (Sub Mode No.07) 8-40
(9) Fusing temperature (Plain paper) (Sub Mode No.08) 8-42
(10) Fusing temperature (Tracing paper) (Sub Mode No.09) 8-43
(11) Fusing temperature (Film) (Sub Mode No.0A) 8-44
(12) Fusing temperature cycle (Sub Mode No.0b) 8-45
(13) Warm Sleep Temperature (Sub Mode No.0C) 8-47
(14) Developer Bias Voltage (Plain Paper) (Sub Mode No.0d) 8-49
(15) Fusing temperature overshoot (Sub Mode No.0E) 8-50
(16) Transfer Corona ON timing (Sub Mode No.0F) 8-52
(17) Transfer Corona OFF timing (Sub Mode No.10) 8-54
(18) Leading Edge ( Position of Image ) - Roll Media
(Sub Mode No.11) 8-56
(19) Leading Edge ( Position of Image ) - Cut Sheets
(Sub Mode No.12) 8-59
(20) Cut length (Copies buffered from Scanner, Standard Cut or Prints from Controller)
(Sub Mode No.13) 8-62
(21) Cut length (Copies using Synchro Cut, first copy out) (Sub Mode No.14) 8-65
(22) Image Void - Trailing Edge (Copies buffered from Scanner,
Standard Cut or Prints from Controller) (Sub Mode No.15) 8-68
(23) Image Void - Trailing Edge (Copies using Synchro Cut, first copy out)
(Sub Mode No.16) 8-70
(24) Side Image Void (Sub Mode No.17) 8-72
(25) Irregular Roll paper size setting (Sub Mode No.18) 8-74
(26) Dehumidify Heater setting (Sub Mode No.19) 8-76

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(27) Counter Setting (Sub Mode No.1A) 8-77
(28) Key Card setting (Sub Mode No.1b) 8-79
(29) Print Stacker / Folder setting (Sub Mode No.1C) 8-80
(30) Transfer Corona voltage (Plain paper) (Sub Mode No.1d) 8-81
(31) Transfer Corona voltage (Tracing paper) (Sub Mode No.1E) 8-82
(32) Transfer Corona voltage (Film) (Sub Mode No.1F) 8-83
(33) Number of Roll Decks (Sub Mode No.20) 8-84
(34) Power OFF Timer (Sub Mode No.21) 8-86
(35) Main Motor Speed (Sub Mode No.22) 8-87
(36) Paper Feeding Motor speed (Plain paper) (Sub Mode No.23) 8-89
(37) Paper Feeding Motor speed (Tracing paper) (Sub Mode No.24) 8-90
(38) Paper Feeding Motor speed (Film) (Sub Mode No.25) 8-91
(39) AC Corona OFF Timing (Plain paper) (Sub Mode No.26) 8-92
(40) AC Corona OFF Timing (Tracing paper) (Sub Mode No.27) 8-93
(41) AC Corona OFF Timing (Film) (Sub Mode No.28) 8-94
(42) Fuser Agitator Fan speed(Sub Mode No.29) 8-95
(43) Developer Bias voltage (Tracing Paper) (Sub Mode No.2A) 8-96
(44) Developer Bias voltage (Film) (Sub Mode No.2b) 8-97
(45) Down Sequence Temperature adjustment (Sub Mode No.2C) 8-98
(46) Tracing Paper mode (Sub Mode No.2d) 8-99
(47) User Mode Function (Sub Mode No.2E) 8-100
(48) Fan Cool mode ( Sub Mode No.2F ) 8-100
(49) E0-1 Reset Method ( Sub Mode No. 30 )
(50) Toner Down Sequence Function ( Sub Mode No. 31 )

8.6 Factory Mode (DO NOT USE) 8-101


8.6.1 Function 8-101
8.6.2 Operation Panel Display 8-101
8.6.3 Operation 8-102

8.7 Error Mask / Error Reset Mode 8-105


8.7.1 Function 8-105
8.7.2 Operation Panel Display 8-106
8.7.3 Operation (Example of usage) 8-107

8.8 Test Print Mode 8-110


8.8.1 Function 8-110
8.8.2 Operation Panel Display 8-110
8.8.3 Operation 8-111

8.9 Factory Adjustment Mode 8-126


8.9.1 Function 8-126
8.9.2 Operation Panel Display 8-126
8.9.3 Operation (Example of usage) 8-127

8.10 Ram Clear Mode 8-130


8.10.1 Function 8-130
8.10.2 Operation 8-130

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Chapter 1
Introduction

Page
1.1 Features 1- 1

1.2 Specifications 1- 2

1.3 Name of Each Part 1- 3


1.3.1 Front view 1- 3
1.3.2 Rear view 1- 3

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1.1 Features
(1) KIP2000 Series Printer prints 4 “D” size per minute. ( 51 mm / sec )
The maximum print size is 36 inches wide, and the minimum is 8.5” (210mm).

(2) The print quality is exceptional due to nonmagnetic, mono-component development KIP HDP
Print process.

(3) The new KIP Pressure Free Fusing System is used

(4) There are no drum cleaning blades or waste toner.

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1.2 Specifications
Subject Specification
Model KIP2000 Series Printer
2001 (1 Roll Model)
2002 (2 Roll Model)
2003 (3 Roll Model)
Configuration Console
Printing method Electro-photography
Photoconductor Organic Photoconductive Drum
Print speed 51mm per second (2 sheets of A0 in one minute, 4 “D” per Minute)
Print head LED
Resolution 400dpi
Print width Maximum width 914mm (36 inches)
Minimum width 210mm ( 8.5” )
Print length Maximum length 6m ( approx 19.6 Ft )
16m ( approx 50 ft ) or unlimited
Minimum length 279mm ( 11 “ )

NOTE : If the print is longer than 6m, we do not guarantee the image
quality or the reliability of the paper feeding.
Warm up time 120V = less than12 minutes, 100V/230V = less than 10 minutes
First print time 47 seconds ( “E” print from 1st Roll Deck)
Fusing method KIP Pressure Free Fusing
Development method Dry type with non-magnetic mono-component toner
Input power 120V plus or minus 10%, 12A and 50/60Hz in U.S.A.
220-240V plus 6%, minus 10%, 10A and 50/60Hz in Europe
100V plus or minus 10%, 15A and 50/60Hz in Japan
Maximum power 120V, 60Hz and Dehumidify Heater is ON
consumption Stand by 0.604 Kwh
Printing 1.205 Kwh

230V, 50Hz and Dehumidify Heater is ON


Stand by 0.633 Kwh
Printing 1.225 Kwh

100V, 50Hz and Dehumidify Heater is ON


Stand by 0.608 Kwh
Printing 1.196 Kwh

Acoustic noise Less than 60db (Printing)


Less than 55db (Stand by)
Ozone Smaller than 0.1ppm (Average)
Dimensions 1300mm (Width) x 725.5mm (Depth) x 1046mm (Height)
Weight 190kg (In case of 2001)
Environmental condition (Temperature)
for usage 10 to 32 degrees centigrade
(Humidity)
15 to 85% RH
Storage of consumables (Toner cartridge)
Store the cartridge within the temperature range from 0 to 35 degrees
centigrade and within the humidity range from 10 to 85% RH.

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1.3 Name of Each Part

1.3.1 Front view

Upper Cover 2 Operation Panel Upper Cover

Upper Cover 1 Right Side Cover 2

Front Cover 2 Right Side Cover 1

Cutter Cover Front Cover 1

Cover 2 Right Side Cover

1.3.2 Rear view

Rear Upper Cover Left Side Cover 1

Exit Cover Left Side Cover 2

Tray Left Side Cover

Rear Lower Cover

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Chapter 2
Installation

This machine is packaged and shipped after careful adjustment in the factory. All printers pass a
strict inspection.
The Installation is important to ensure the quality and reliability of the machine
A service technician must understand this machine’s function well, install this machine in a good
environment and in the correct procedure, to ensure the clients satisfaction with the system.

Page
2.1 Installation Requirements 2- 1

2.2 Unpacking 2- 2

2.3 Packing Tape Removal 2- 3

2.4 Installation of Floor Plates 2- 5

2.5 The Contents of Accessory Box 2- 6

2.6 Installation of the Process Unit 2- 7


2.6.1 Remove the Process Unit from the printer 2- 7
2.6.2 Release the LED Head 2-10
2.6.3 Setting up the Process Unit 2-11
2.6.4 Installing the Process Unit to the machine 2-18

2.7 Install the Toner Cartridge 2-21

2.8 Installing the Print Tray 2-25

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2.1 Installation Requirements
The following conditions are required for the installation of the equipment.
Please confirm that the requirements are met before installation commences and before delivery.

(1) Electrical power source must be:.

North America 120V plus or minus 10%, 12A and 50/60Hz


Europe 220-240V plus 6% or minus10%, 10A and 50/60Hz
Japan 100V plus or minus 10%, 15A and 50/60Hz

(2) The equipment must be connected to a dedicated wall outlet ( circuit ).


To disconnect the equipment from the power source, remove the power plug from the
outlet. The wall outlet must be easily accessible near the equipment.

(3) Make sure to connect this equipment to the outlet with a proper ground.

(4) The temperature must be from 10 to 32 degrees centigrade, and the humidity must be from 15%
to 85% RH.
Do not install the equipment near water sources, boilers, humidifiers or refrigerators. Ensure
that no air vents / air conditioning vents blow directly onto the printer.

(5) Do not install near sources of heat, fire, dust and ammonia gas.

(6) The equipment should not be exposed to direct sunlight.


Please draw curtains to block any sunlight.
When you remove the Process Unit from the equipment, be careful not to expose the Drum to
any sunlight.

(7) Ozone will be generated while this equipment is in use, although the quantity generated is
within a safe level.
If you print large volumes for a long time in a small room, ventilate the room as required ( an
order can be detected.)

(8) Level Adjusters on the bottom of equipment must touch the floor correctly.
The equipment must be levelled with the floor strength to support the weight of equipment.

(9) Keep enough space around the equipment for comfortable operation.
Required space is shown as follows.

60cm or wider

Rear side

120cm or wider

60cm or
Machine
wider
Front side

100cm or wider

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2.2 Unpacking
If the printer is installed in winter, or if the machine was kept in a cold warehouse then
moved to a warm room and then is unpacked, you may experience condensation.
In these cases, leave the machine in the warm room for more than 6 hours before it is installed.

1. Cut four packing bands (1) and remove Top board (2).
2. Open plastic sheet (3) to open the top of outer carton box (4).
3. Remove Upper board (5) to take out Accessories box (6) (Photoconductive drum (7), Sub Plate (8),
Tray (9), User’s Manual, Setup Procedure and Power Cord.)
4. Lift the outer carton box upward and remove it.
5. Peel off plastic bag (10) fully to the floor.
6. Unload the machine from the pallet to the floor by forklift (11).
7. Remove wrapping film (12) from the machine and move it to the proper installation place selected in
advance.

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12

11

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2.3 Packing Tape Removal

1) There is Tape (1) on the left of machine to protect


the lever.
Remove it.

2) Open the Toner Cover (2).


You will find 4 Pads (3) that protect the Process Unit.
Remove them.

2
3
3

3) There are 2 Pads (4) on both sides protecting the


Fuser Shutter. 4
Remove them.

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4) Open the Upper Frame Assembly (5).
You will find Tapes (6) on both sides protecting the Flapper.
Remove them.

6
5 6 5

5) There are Pads (7) on the Exit Cover protecting


Levers.
Remove them.

6) Open each Roll Deck (8).


The Roll Spool is fixed with Tape (9).
Remove them.
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8
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2.4 Installation of Floor Plates
1. Insert Sub Plate A(2) between floor and Adjusters(1) located bottom of the machine.
For fitting direction, see illustration.
2. Loosen Adjusters to lower until it touches Sub Plate.
3. Slide Sub Plate in the arrow direction until it hits Positioning plate(3), respectively.
4. Fully lower all of four adjusters.
5. Fit four Brackets(4). (8 screws attached)
6. Lower four nuts(5) to fix these Brackets.
7. Fit four Covers (6). (8 screws attached)
8. Fit two Brackets C(7). (4 screws attached)

7 6

3
4
1
4
6

6
1
2
1
2 4

1
6 5

M4x6
3 7
4

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2.5 Contents of Accessory Box
KIP2000 Series Printer requires the following parts.

1. Photoconductive Drum
2. Sub Plate
3. Tray
4. Power Cord
5. Setup Procedure
6. User’s Manual

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2.6 Installation of the Process Unit

2.6.1 Remove the Process Unit from the machine

1) Pull up the Lever (1) on the left to unlock and open 1


the Upper Frame Assembly (2).

2) Loosen the screw (3) on the right.


Move the Process Unit Fixing Lever (4) to the arrow direction to unlock the Process Unit.

3) Close the Upper Frame Assembly.


Then, open the Upper Cover 1 (5). 5

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4) Loosen screws (6), and then move Shaft Brackets (7) on both sides toward the arrow direction.
Also, loosen 2 screws (8) on either side (ex. Left).

8 7

6
6
7

5) Slide the Shaft Bracket (7) inward to remove the Upper Cover 1 (5).

5
7

6) There are Stopper Levers (9) on both sides being


fixed with the screw (10).
Move both Stopper Levers (9) toward the rear side,
and then fix them tightening screws (10).
If you do so, the LED Unit is unlocked and it
becomes possible to open it.

10

(Movable Unit is locked.) (Movable Unit is unlocked.)

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7) Stand the LED Unit (11) vertically.
11

8) Disconnect the connector (12) of Imaging Charger.


Also, disconnect the connector (13) of Developer Unit.

12

13

9) Catching Developer Side Plates (14) on both sides, slide the whole Process Unit (15) rightward
and then take it out from the machine.

14

15 15

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2.6.2 Release the LED Head
1) Set the LED Unit vertically.
2) Remove 4 red screws (1) to release the LED Head (2).

1 1

A
A

LED head.doc

LED head.doc

In case it is difficult to access screws “1”, loosen screws “A”, temporarily.

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2.6.3 Setting up the Process Unit
1) Remove a screw (1) to remove the Imaging Charger (2) from the Process Unit.

2
2

2) Remove 4 screws (3) on both sides, and then move the Frame (4) upward and remove it.

3
4 3 4

3) Remove Pressure Springs (5) on both sides so as not to lose them, which exist between Frame
and Developer Unit.

5 5

Note
Pressure Spring of right side has stronger tension than that of left one.
(The color of right one is silver, while left one is black.)
Be careful not to install them on the opposite side.

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4) Remove 3 screws (6) to remove the Electrode Plate (7) on the left.

7
6

5) Catching Developer Side Plates on both sides, remove the Developer Unit (8) from the Process
Unit by lifting up your side first.

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6) Remove “screws with tag” (9) from both sides to make “Regulation Roller Brackets” (10) free.
Press both Pressure Plates (11) fully to the arrow direction, and then fix them tightening
screws (12).
The Regulation Roller in the Developer Unit is pressed to the Developer Roller by this treatment.

12 11
10 12
11

10

9
9

Note
In order to make a print, it is necessary to press
the Regulation Roller to the Developer Roller
Regulation
as the following figure. Roller
Therefore, make sure to move both Pressure
Plates as shown on the former page when you
install the machine.

Developer
Roller

In case you move the printer to another place,


it is necessary to release the Regulation Roller.
So, move both Pressure Plates to the opposite
Regulation
direction before moving the machine. Roller

Developer
Roller

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7) Disconnect a connector (13) on the right, and remove 2 screws (14) on both sides.

14
13

14

8) Remove the Toner Hopper (15) from the Developer


Unit by bringing up.

15

9) Remove a screw (16) to remove the Bracket (17), and then remove the Partition Plate (18).

17 16

18

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10) Supply the Developer Unit with 500 grams of
Starting Toner.
Then, rotate the Developer Roller (19) clockwise with
the Jig (20) so that the Developer Roller should be
covered with the toner.
At this time, it is better to make Developer Roller side
lower.
19
Jig No.: 6608520010
20

Note
It is enough if the surface of Developer Roller is covered with the toner some degree.
Since the Developing Bias is not supplied at this time, you will not be able to cover it
completely with the toner.
When you input the Starting Toner, shake the bottle well.
However, if you open the cap right after shaking, toner will be spread out.
Wait 10 to 20 seconds before opening.

11) Put back both Partition Plate (18) and the Bracket (17).

18
17

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12) Put back the Toner Hopper (15).

15

13) Remove 2 screws (21) to remove the Drum Shaft (22) on the right side of Process Unit.

22
21

14) Remove 3 screws (23) to remove both Drum Fixing Plate (24) and Bearing (25) on the left side of
Process Unit.

24
25

23

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15) Take out the Photoconductive Drum (26) from the
packaging box.

26

16) Install the Photoconductive Drum (26) to the Process


Unit. (Set the left side first.)
Then, fix the Photoconductive Drum with Drum Shaft,
Drum Fixing Plate and Bearing that you have
removed at the former steps 13) and 14).

26

17) Put Back the Developer Unit to the Process Unit.


Then, re-assemble the Process Unit in the reversed
order.

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2.6.4 Installing the Process Unit to the machine
1) Open the Upper Frame Assembly, and then confirm
that the Process Unit Fixing Lever (1) is moved to the
arrow direction.
Then, close the Upper Frame Assembly.
1

2) Put the Process Unit (2) into the machine, and then
slide it to the right first.

3) Open the Upper Frame Assembly.


Rotate the Gear (3) so that the Drum Drive Shaft (4) should match with the cross-shaped groove
of Shaft (5).

3
4

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4) Slide the Process Unit fully to the left.
Be sure that the cross-shaped groove of Shaft (5) is firmly jointed with the Drum Drive Shaft (4).

5) Connect 2 connectors (6).

6 6

6) Move the Process Unit Fixing Lever (1) toward the arrow mark, and then tighten the screw (7) to
fix the Process Unit firmly.
Close the Upper Frame Assembly after that.

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7) Moving the Stopper (8) toward the front side, close the Movable Unit (9).

8 9

8) Loosen screws (10), slide Stopper Levers (11) on


both sides toward the front side, and then fix them
tightening screws (10).
The Movable Unit is locked by this treatment.

10
11

(Movable Unit is unlocked.) (Movable Unit is locked.)

9) Put back the Upper Cover 1 (12) as it was.


12

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2.7 Install the Toner Cartridge
1) Open the Upper Cover 1 (1).
1

2) Shake the Toner Cartridge (2) several times left and


right to make the toner smooth.

(2)

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3) Film (3) is taped on one side of the Toner Cartridge.
Insert the end of this side under black plates on the right.

(3)

4) Press down another side until the cartridge is firmly locked by the Lever (4).

(4)

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5) Strip off the tape, and then insert the Spool (5) into the hole (6) on the right while putting the
film (3) between both pins of Spool.

(6)

(3)

(5)

6) Rotate the Spool (5) clockwise to wind up the film (3).

(3)

(5)

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7) After winding up the film, rotate the Spool counterclockwise to unfasten the film, and then pull out
the Spool from the film.
Dispose the film, but keep the Spool for the next use.

1
2

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2.8 Installing the Print Tray
1) Open the packaging box and take out Trays (1).

2) Install Trays to the machine as shown in the right


figure.

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Chapter 3
Print Process

Page
3.1 Outline of Process 3- 1

3.2 Theory / Construction of Contact Toner System ( HDP ) 3- 2


3.2.1 General information of the development and print process 3- 2
3.2.2 Print Process 3- 3
Step 1. Erasing process 3- 3
Step 2. Charging process 3- 3
Step 3. Exposure process 3- 3
Step 4. Simultaneous Development and Cleaning process 3- 4
Step 5. Transfer process 3- 4
Step 6. Separation process 3- 4
Step 7. Fusing process 3- 4

3.3 Supplementary 3- 5
3.3.1 Ozone Filter 3- 5

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3.1 Outline of Process
The image formation steps are shown in the following figure.
The image formation follows the processes in sequence to form the image:
All of the high-voltage loads are controlled by high-voltage circuits on the high-voltage
power supply PCB These are controlled from signals from the DC controller PCB.

Electrostatic latent image fomation block

3. Exposure

2. Charging

1. Erasing

4. Simultaneously development & cleaning

5. Transfer
Roll paper
Ejection 7. Fusing 6. Separation Register

Roll paper

Roll paper

The image formation process comprises of seven steps.

1. Erasing(Pre-exposure) 5. Transfer
2. 1st charging 6. Separation
3. Image exposure 7. Fusing
4. Simultaneously development & cleaning

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3.2 Theory / Construction of Contact Toner
System ( KIP HDP )
3.2.1 General information on the process
In the KIP2000 series printer a reverse development method is used, both development
and cleaning process can be done at the same time.
Fig. 1 shows “the configuration of no drum cleaner blade printing process”.
The drum cleaner and the wasted toner bottle are not required, because the residual toner on
drum surface after transfer process is returned to the Development unit during the development
process.
Fig. 2 shows “Simultaneous development and cleaning by the contact-type monocomponent
non-magnetic development system”.

Image charger LED Head


light

Erase lamp

media Development unit

Separation charger Transfer charger

Fig. 1: Configuration of cleanerless printing process.

Residual toner Regulation roller

Toner layer

Shaft
Development roller

Development bias
Photoconductor

Fig. 2: Simultaneous development and cleaning by the contact-type


monocomponent non-magnetic development system.

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3.2.2 Print Process
Step 1. Erasing process

Drum surface charge is exposed by Eraser Lamp


(1) Erasing process
prior to 1st charging.
Any residual charged potential on the drum 0

surface is removed by this step. Residual potential Vr

Any residual toner grains, not transferred on the


previous drum rotation, are still on the surface of drum. Development bias Vb
Residual toner

The charge polarity of these toner grains


can be both negative and positive toner
particles. They are discharged to near 0 Volts under
Dark potential Vd
this process.
(the small round spheres represent unused toner
on the drum surface.)

Step 2. Charging process

Drum surface is evenly charged by the negative 1st


Charger (Primary). The residual toner is also (2) Charging process
charged by the 1st charger at this time, and
0
all grains are the same negative polarity as the drum
surface.

Surface potential of Drum is determined by the Vb

potential of grid screen which is connected to


ground through a zener diode in order to get a
constant voltage. This voltage cannot be adjusted
Vd
in the KIP 2000

Step 3. Exposure process

With respects to the image’s data,


infrared light from the LED head is exposed to (3) Exposure process
the drum’s surface.
0
The negative electrostatic charge on the drum Vl
is neutralized by this light, and surface potential
decreases. As a result, electrostatic Latent Image
is formed onto the drum’s surface. Vb

At this time, if there is any residual toner grains


which may exist on the drum’s surface from the
previous rotation, they will be no concerns with Vd
“shading effects” (blockage of LED head light by
residual toner on the drum) by toner grains LED exposure

under the actual LED head exposure process.


This is so due to the fact that the diameter of the
toner grains are too small in diameter and they
will not block the LED light.

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Step 4. Simultaneous Development and Cleaning process

Toner is always attracted to a more positive


Voltage. The negative charged toner in the Contact (4) Simultaneous development
and cleaning process
Development Unit (see Vb, the Development
0
Roller potential) are attracted to the higher potential, Vl
of an exposed area of the drum. (see figure 4,
“Development” arrows) This will cause the toner to
remain on these areas on the drum. Vb
Simultaneously, on unexposed areas ( no LED light )
the lower Potential, (see Vd) the residual toner is Development

attracted to the development roller and therefore


removed from the drum surface (removing Vd
Cleaning
unwanted toner from the drum or cleaning the drum)

Step 5. Transfer process

A positive corona is applied onto the media (from the


back) and intern the media s charged positive. (5) Transfer process
As a result, the more negative toner on the drum’s Paper

surface is transferred to the media.


To prevent inefficient transfer and unwanted 0
Vl
toner on the back of the media, the Media Guide
Plate is grounded through a varistor.
Vb

(NOTE)
If the Guide Plate is grounded directly (shorted),
the back side of paper is not charged and causes Vd

defective transfer.
If the Guide Plate is floating (not shorted or not held at the varistor voltage), the Guide Plate
may attract toner, thus causing unwanted toner (dirt) on the rear of media.

Step 6. Separation process

The media is charged positive by the transfer corona


and is attracted to the drum’s surface by static
electricity.
An AC corona discharger removes the static
electricity between drum and the media (paper).
Guide plate
As a result the media is separated from drum. media
Separation charger

12.8KVp-p ~

+250Vdc

Step 7. Fusing process

The media with the toner image is fed through the Pressure Free Fuser (Convection Heat Process)
and the toner is fused to the media.

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KIP 2000 Series Current / Voltages
During Print Process

Primary Charge Current


1.3 ma

p LED Strobe time = 35 microseconds ( average ) for image

Approx -700 Vdc Grid

Regulation roller ( Blade Roller ) = -300Vdc

area with no image and 4


unused toner from previous rotation = -700Vdc 2

area with solid black image = approx -50Vdc Development Roller = -280Vdc
3

1
Supply Roller = -500Vdc

s t Transfer Current = 1.0 ma

Separation = -250 Vdc & 12.8 KVac


Freq = 500 Hz

Development Unit Theory


The Toner Supply Roller ( 1 ) applies toner onto Development Roller ( 3 )The toner is attracted to more positive voltage of the Dev
Roller. Development roller rotates and the quantity of toner on the roller is controlled by the Regulation Roller ( 2 )
via a) regulation roller pressure and b) the difference in bias ( 20 Volts ) The excess toner on the Regulation Roller is removed by the
Regulation Blade (4)
The layer thickness of toner on the Development Roller is approximately 20 micrometers. The Development Roller
will not be fully or correctly coated until bias and rotation is applied at the same time to all three rollers.

Please refer to section 3 of the KIP 2000 Technical Manual for further information on the Print Process.
KIP 2000 Series Current / Voltages
After Print Processed

Primary Charge Current


1.3 ma

p
Approx -700 Vdc Grid

Regulation roller ( Blade Roller ) = +250Vdc

area with no image and 4


unused toner from previous rotation = -700Vdc 2

Development Roller = +350Vdc


3

1
Supply Roller = +130Vdc

s t

After Final Print exits Printer


- one drum revolution cleans drum and development roll of excess toner with bias values stated
Regulation Roller "Isolated End" Theory

Top View
Not to scale

Drum

NO BIAS on this section


Development Roller

Regulation Roller

No bias supplied to this region of


Regulation Roller ( it is grounded ).
This is required so the the toner is attracted
from the Developement Roller to the
ends of this roller ( more positive ),
therefore not placing toner in that area of the
Development Roller.
KIP 2000 Series Roller Diameters

Side View

Drum Diameter of Regulation Roller = 25 mm

Diameter of edges = 78 mm
2
Diameter of Coated Organic Surface = 80 mm

point of contact = 5mm at end Diameter of Development Roller = 50 mm


3
2 mm in center in engaged position
No contact when power off or after
55 Minutes in standby- 1

Diameter of Supply Roller = 30 mm

Top View
Not to scale

Drum 78mm

Development Roller 51.2mm

Spacing Discs
3.3 Supplementary
3.3.1 Ozone Filter
To prevent unwanted ozone emissions caused by the print process, catalytic filters remove the ozone
which are placed on all exhaust blower vents.

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Chapter 4
Electrical Systems

Page
4.1 Basic Operations 4- 1

4.2 Summary 4- 3

4.3 DC Controller and Roll Feeder Board 4- 4


4.3.1 DC Controller (PW6620) 4- 4
4.3.2 Roll Feeder Board (PW6623) 4- 4

4.4 Schematic Explanation 4- 5


4.4.1 Image Charging Unit Current Controller 4- 5
4.4.2 Transfer Charging Unit Current Controller 4- 6
4.4.3 Separation Charging Unit Current Controller 4- 7
4.4.4 Developer Bias Control Circuit 4- 8
4.4.5 Image Charging Wire Cleaning Controller 4-10
4.4.6 Power Supply 4-11

4.5 Electric Assembly Location/Function 4-13


4.5.1 Sensor / Switch / Toner Sensor / Thermistor / Thermostat 4-13
Front View 4-13
Rear View 4-14
4.5.2 Motor / Clutch / Fan / CNT / RY / CB / LF / SSR / Dehumidify Heater / SL 4-15
Front View 4-15
Rear View 4-16
Air Flow 4-17
4.5.3 Printed Circuit Board / DCP / HVP 4-18
Front View 4-18
Rear View 4-19

4.6 Down Sequence 4-20


4.6.1 Down Sequence caused by Fuser Temperature 4-20
4.6.2 Down Sequence caused by Toner Consumption 4-21

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4.1 Basic Operations
This machine can be separated into 4 major blocks, Paper Feed and Transport System,
Optic System, Image Process System and Control System.

External Optic system


instrument
Interface

Optical
path system
Control system Image
Electrostatic process
latent image system
Control circuit forming system

Developer

Fuser Separation Transfer


Transport

Paper feed
control system

Roll paper Option

Option
Paper feed and transport system

Fig.4-1-1

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Following figure is a side view of the machine.

TLS1

PH10 PH6
PH5

PH7
PH9

PH8
PH4

PH3

PH1A
PH2A

PH1B

PH2B

Option

PH1C

PH2C

Option

Fig.4-1-2

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4.2 Summary
This machine is controlled by two microcomputers, which are located on DC Controller and
Roll Feeder Board.
These microcomputers read input signals from sensors, and on programmed timing control
loads such as motors, SSRs, solenoid, clutches and blowers.

Sensor Micro Computer Driver DC Load


(CPU&ROM)

Fig.4-2-1

Fig. 4-2-1 shows a rough block diagram of basic signal flow.

Followings are main PCBs and their functions.

1) DC Controller PW6620 Overall Sequence Control w/Interface


2) Driver Board PW6650 Output driving, Fans, Solenoid
3) Eraser lamp PW6631
4) DC terminal PCB PW6690 LED Head
5) Roll Feeder Board PW6623 Roll Feeder Controller
6) Driver Board PW6652 Main Motor & Wire Cleaning Motor
Flapper Clutch & Paper Gate Clutch
7) Driver Board PW6654 Cartridge M / Toner M / Eraser Lamp
8) Operation Pcb PW6672 Error & Jam Code Indication / Density
9) AC Terminal Board PW6610
10) Zener diode Pcb PW6693 Grid Plate
11) Signal Relay Pcb PW4690 for Paper Decks
12) Paper Selector Pcb PW5722 Size & Media selection
13) Transmitter Pcb (Option) PW5490 LED for optional Auto Stacker or Folder
14) Receiver Pcb (Option) PW5491 Photo sensor for optional Stacker or
Folder

15) DC Power Supply DCP1 +24V dc, always live


16) DC Power Supply DCP2 +5V dc for LED Head Power Supply
17) DC Power Supply DCP3 +24V dc

18) High Voltage Power Supply HVP Imaging, Transfer, Separation & Dev.Bias

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4.3 DC Controller and Roll Feeder Board
4.3.1 DC Controller (PW6620)
DC Controller is controlling all inputs and all outputs, which belong Upper Unit, such as
Process Unit
Operation PCB
Inner Transportation Area
Fuser Unit
LED Head
All Coronas

DC Controller is communicating with Roll Feeder Board, which is controlling Roll Feeder Section, via
“J204”.

4.3.2 Roll Feeder Board (PW6623)


Roll Feeder Board is controlling all inputs and all outputs, which belong Lower Unit, such as
Deck1
Deck2
Deck3
Cutter

Roll Feeder Board is communicating with DC Controller via J232.

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4.4 Schematic Explanation
4.4.1 Image Charging Unit Current Controller

HV3Vp-p HV3f

HV3

CN303

Out2

CN302
HV2
Out3 Out1
CN301

HV1

Image Corona
HV_1ST(sig-in) HV1
1ST_LD(sig-out)
Out3 Out2 Out1

Fig.4-4-1

1. Summary

Image Charger (negative charge) is controlling a constant-current system, so that


the corona charging is not affected by environmental variations.
Corona output is controlled ON or OFF by the signal HV_1ST from DC Controller.
Then signal 1ST_LD is fed back from HVP.

2. Operation of HV1

HV1 status Voltage of connector Service mode


CN302-1 CN302-6 HV_1ST(1-51) 1ST_LD(1-44)
ON 0V 0V H L
OFF 24V 5V L H

If corona current flows more than adjusted value because of environmental variation, for example,
feedback current level of current control circuit becomes higher.
In this case, current control circuit works to Image charger drive circuit in order to decrease
secondary current of high voltage transformer.
Since primary voltage of high voltage power source is kept constantly at this time, primary
feedback voltage is referred by voltage control circuit.
Image charger drive circuit is controlled constantly in this manner.

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4.4.2 Transfer Charging Unit Current Controller

HV3Vp-p HV3f

HV3

CN303

Out2

Transfer Corona CN302


HV_TR(sig-in) HV2
Out3 Out1
TR_LD(sig-out)
CN301

HV1

HV1

Out3 Out2 Out1

Fig.4-4-2

1. Summary

Transfer Charger (positive charge) is controlled constant-current control system, so as


corona charging effect is not affected by the environmental variation.
Corona output is controlled ON/OFF by the signal HV_TR from DC Controller.
Then signal TR_LD is fed back from HVP.

2. Operation

HV2 status Voltage of connector Service mode


CN302-2 CN302-7 HV_TR(1-52) TR_LD(1-45)
ON 0V 0V H L
OFF 24V 5V L H

If corona current flows more than adjusted value because of environmental variation, for example,
feedback current level of current control circuit becomes higher.
In this case, current control circuit works to transfer charger drive circuit in order to decrease
secondary current of high voltage transformer.
Since primary voltage of high voltage power source is kept constantly at this time, primary
feedback voltage is referred by voltage control circuit.
Transfer charger drive circuit is controlled constantly like this way.

The value of TR_ANLOG is controlling the output current of Transfer Corona.


It is adjustable using Service mode 4-1d(Plain paper), 4-1E(Tracing Paper) and 4-1F(Film)
respectively.

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4.4.3 Separation Charging Unit Current Controller

HV3Vp-p HV3f
Separation Corona
HV_SEP(sig-in) HV3
AC_LD(sig-out)
CN303

Out2

CN302
HV2
Out3 Out1
CN301

HV1

HV1

Out3 Out2 Out1

Fig.4-4-3

1. Summary

Separation Charger (AC + DC positive) is controlled constant-current control system, so


as corona charging effect is not affected by the environmental variation.
Corona output is controlled ON/OFF by the signal HV_SEP from DC Controller.
AC + DC(positive)
Then signal AC_LD is fed back from HVP.

2. Operation

HV3 status Voltage of connector Service mode


CN302-3 CN302-8 HV_SEP(1-53) AC_LD(1-46)
ON 0V 0V H L
OFF 24V 5V L H

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4.4.4 Developer Bias Control Circuit

HV3Vp-p HV3f

HV3

CN303

Out2

CN302

HV2

Out3 Out1
CN301

HV1

HV1

Out3 Out2 Out1

Regulation
Roller

Developer
Roller
Toner Supply
Roller

Fig.4-4-4

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1. Summary

DC Bias is applied on Developer Roller while copying.


DC Bias is set at -280V normally.
Even if image density setting is changed by copy density adjustment key, Developer Bias
does not change. LED ON time is changed.

2. Developer Bias Control Circuit

Developer Unit has three rollers, as follows.


Out1: Toner Supply Roller -500V
Out2: Developer Roller -280V
Out3: Regulation Roller -300V (For Japan and Europe)
-320V (For North America)

3. Operation

DBIAS status Voltage of connector Service mode


CN302-4 CN302-9 DBIAS_TRG(1-54) BIAS_LD(1-47)
ON 0V 0V H L

Since Out1, Out2 and Out3 are linked each other in HVP, once Out2 is adjusted, Out1
and Out3 are shifted automatically.
While DBIAS is applied, signal BIAS_LD is fed back from HVP.

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4.4.5 Charge Wire Cleaning Controller
1. Summary

This machine auto-cleans the Charge wire. A cleaning pad moves one
round trip along the charge wire via the Charger Wire Cleaning Motor(M4).

2. Operation

Charger Wire Cleaning Motor works under the following condition ( when power is applied ).

1) When the Fuser temperature is 50degrees centigrade or less.


When TH1 detected 50degrees centigrade or less, Charger Wire Cleaning Operation is done one
round trip. Signals change as WCMTR=L, WCMTR_DIR=L, motor starts and Cleaning pad is
send forward. When the Cleaning pad reaches to end of pass, WCMTR_OC (overload signal) is
output. After WCMTR_OC is output for approx. 0.5 sec., WCMTR turns H and motor stops.
For the next, signals change as WCMTR=L, WCMTR_DIR=H, motor starts reversibly.
When the Cleaning pad reaches to end, WCMTR_OC is output for 0.5 sec., WCMTR turns H
and motor stops.

2) In case the Fuser temperature exceeds 50degrees centigrade.


When TH1 detected it exceeds 50degrees centigrade, Charge Wire Cleaning Operation is not
done. However, in order to avoid Cleaning pad stays other end of pass, signals change
as WCMTR=L, WCMTR_DIR=H, and motor starts reversibly. In case the Fuser temperature
exceeds 50degrees centigrade, WCMTR_OC is output soon commonly and motor stops.

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4.4.6 Power Supply
1. Electric Power Supply

AC Power is supplied to DCP1 all the time via CB1 regardless position of main switch.
AC Power is supplied to DCP2 and DCP3 by turning ON the main switch.

Meaning of 5VB, 24VA, 24VB and 24VC are explained as follows.

Circuit Breaker
24VA
AC in DCP1

Main
Switch

5VB
DCP2

24VB
DCP3

TS1(Fuser Unit)

MS3A(Fuser L)

MS3B(Fuser R)

MS1A(Dev Roll L)

MS1B(Dev Roll R)

Unit Door

RY1

24VC

24VC

Fig.4-4-5

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2. Door Switch

When each door is opened in case of jam treatment or etc., 24VDC for motors and High
Voltage Power Sources are shut down by relay (RY1), and ceases the output for driving
parts and High Voltage Power Sources.
[U-xx] is also indicated on display.
U-05: Upper unit / Toner supply door open
U-06: Paper exit door open

3. Paper Deck

When Paper Deck is opened, 24VDC for paper feed motor and paper feed clutches
(MC1, MC2A, MC2B, MC2C) are shut down, and paper feeding is ceased.
[U-01], [U-02], [U-03] or [U-04] is indicated on display.

4. Cartridge Motor (M6)

Cartridge Motor is prepared in order to get better contact between Developer Roller and Drum.
When Main Switch is turned ON, Developer Unit is pressed toward Drum by the rotation of Cartridge
Motor.
When Main Switch is turned OFF, or if the machine is left more than 55 min. without any job; charged
electric power in the Capacitors of Driver Board(PW6654) allows Cartridge Motor ON in order to
release the pressure from the Drum.

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4.5 Electric Assembly Location/Function
4.5.1 Sensor / Switch / Toner Sensor / Thermistor / Thermostat
TLS2
Front View TLS1 PH8
PH5 PH6 PH7
PH10
MS1A
MS1B
MS4A PH9
S3
MS8A PH4
S4 PH3 S1

MS5A PH1A MS2

S5 MS8B
MS6A
PH1B
MS9

PH1C PH2A

PH2B

PH2C

Fig.4-5-1

Symbol Code Name Part # ( can change without notice)

1) PH1A RPSET1 Paper set sensor, 1st 9000100667


2) PH1B RPSET2 Paper set sensor, 2nd 9000100667
3) PH1C RPSET3 Paper set sensor, 3rd 9000100667
4) PH2A RPCLK1 Paper end clock, 1st 9000100811
5) PH2B RPCLK2 Paper end clock, 2nd 9000100811
6) PH2C RPCLK3 Paper end clock, 3rd 9000100811
7) PH3 RP_IN Paper sensor below cutter 9000100667
8) PH4 P_FLAP Flapper position sensor 9000100667
9) PH5 P_ENT Paper entry sensor 9000100667
10) PH6 P_GATE Paper gate sensor 9000100667
11) PH7 P_SEP Paper separation sensor 9000100811
12) PH8 P_EXIT Paper exit sensor 9000100667
13) PH9 Paper transportation sensor 9000100811
14) PH10 CG_HP Cartridge set sensor 9000100811

15) MS1A INTLK3 Toner supply door, left 9000310068


16) MS1B INTLK3 Toner supply door, right 9000310068
17) MS2 INTLK3 Upper Unit 9000310068
18) MS4A DECKSW1 Roll deck 1, left 9000310068
19) MS5A DECKSW2 Roll deck 2, left 9000310068
20) MS6A DECKSW3 Roll deck 3, left 9000310068
21) MS8A CUTHP2 Cutter home position, left see cutter assy
22) MS8B CUTHP1 Cutter home position, right see cutter assy
23) MS9 MCUT_SW Manual Cut Switch 9000310163

24) S1 Main Switch 9000310162


25) S3 Dehumidify Switch, 1st 9000310068
26) S4 Dehumidify Switch, 2nd 9000310068
27) S5 Dehumidify Switch, 3 rd 9000310068

28) TLS1 DEV_TNR Toner sensor 1 Add 9000500182


29) TLS2 DEV_TNR2 Toner sensor 2 Down Seq 9000500182
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Rear View

TH1
TH2
TS1

MS4B
TH3
MS3B

MS5B

TS2A
MS3A
MS6B
TS2B

TS2C
S2

Fig.4-5-2

Symbol Code Name Part # ( can change without notice)

1) MS3A INTLK2 Interlock switch, exit door 9000310068


2) MS3B INTLK2 Interlock switch, exit door 9000310068
3) MS4B DECKSW1 Micro switch deck 1, right 9000310068
4) MS5B DECKSW2 Micro switch deck 2, right 9000310068
5) MS6B DECKSW3 Micro switch deck 3, right 9000310068

6) S2 Dehumidify Switch

7) TH1 F_TEMP1 Thermistor Fuser temp, outside 6606160010


8) TH2 F_TEMP2 Thermistor Fuser temp, inside 6606160010
9) TH3 Thermistor Fuser temp, bottom 6606160030

10) TS1 INTLK1 Thermostat Fuser 49517


11) TS2A Thermostat Dehumidify 1st
12) TS2B Thermostat Dehumidify 2nd
13) TS2C Thermostat Dehumidify 3rd

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4.5.2 Motor / Clutch / Fan / CNT / RY / CB / LF / SSR / Dehumidify Heater
/ SL

Front View

Fan7 Fan4

M4 Fan8

M5 M6 Fan2
MC1
Fan6
MC2A
M3 CNT1
M2

H2A
MC2B
RY1

MC2C CB1
H2B
LF1
H2C

Fig.4-5-3

Symbol Code Name Part # ( can change without notice)

1) M2 RFMTR Roll feed motor 9000380074


2) M3 CUTMTR Cutter motor see cutter assy
3) M4 WCMTR Wire cleaning motor 9000380075
4) M5 TNMTR Toner motor 9000380069
5) M6 CGMTR Cartridge motor 9000380072

6) MC1 RPFD_0 Roll paper clutch 0 6606700010


7) MC2A RPFD_1 Roll paper clutch 1 1116300020
8) MC2B RPFD_2 Roll paper clutch 2 1116300020
9) MC2C RPFD_3 Roll paper clutch 3 1116300020

10) Fan2 AGFAN Agitator fan 3106700010


11) Fan4 FUFAN Fuser cooling fan, right 9000470116
12) Fan6 FUFAN_S Fuser cooling fan, S-right 9000470103
13) Fan7 LEDFAN LED Head cooling fan, left 6601120300
14) Fan8 LEDFAN LED Head cooling fan, right 6601120300

15) CNT1 LNG_CNT Counter 9000470112

16) RY1 Relay 9000370067

17) CB1 Circuit Breaker 9000350052

18) LF1 Line Filter 6606160020

19) H2A Dehumidify Heater 1 st


20) H2B Dehumidify Heater 2nd
21) H2C Dehumidify Heater 3rd

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Rear View

Fan3
M1

MC4
SL1
Fan1 MC3
SSR1 Fan9 Fan5
RY2
SSR2
(SSR3)

(SSR4)

SSR3 & SSR4 : EUR only K66sm4e1.jtd

Fig.4-5-4

Symbol Code Name Part # ( can change without notice)

1) M1 MAMTR Main motor 9000380073

2) MC3 P_SHUT Flapper clutch


3) MC4 RF_FD Paper gate clutch 3006700040

4) Fan1 FAN1H,L Separation fan 6601120290


5) Fan3 FUFAN Fuser cooling fan, left 9000470080
6) Fan5 FUFAN_S Fuser cooling fan, S-left 9000470103
7) Fan9 Inner feeder fan 9000470103

8) SSR1 F_HEAT Fuser Heater Relay 9000400017


9) SSR2 DEHUM Dehumidify Heater 9000400017
10) SSR3 EUROPE Fuser Control Sig. of Trans na
11) SSR4 EUROPE Fuser Control Sig. of Trans na

10) SL1 FSHUT Fuser Shutter Solenoid 9000390019

11) RY2 SFRY Fuser Heater Relay 9000370075

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Air Flow

Fig.4-5-5

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4.5.3 Printed Circuit Board / DCP / HVP

Front View
4 8 3 10
1

19
7
2

9
12 DCP1

20
(EUR only)
DCP3
DCP2 K66sm4e1.jtd

Fig.4-5-6

Symbol Code Name Part # ( can change without notice)

1) PW6620 Main controller(w/interface) 6606270011

Note : DO NOT remove the battery loaded in the Main Controller. This battery is supposed to
be collected by the service technician with the Main Controller.
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.
Waste disposal method of battery:
As for the waste disposal of battery, dispose in accordance with local state and federal
relations.

2) PW6650 Driver Board 6606260030


3) PW6631 E_LAMP Eraser lamp 6606260050
4) PW6690 DC terminal PCB 6606260061
7) PW6654 Driver Board 6606260150
8) PW6672 Operation PCB 6606260190
9) PW6610 AC Terminal Board 6606260210
10) PW6693 Zener diode PCB 6606260200
12) PW5722 Paper Selector PCB 57062600030

15) DCP1 DC Power Supply 24V dc 9000500210


16) DCP2 DC Power Supply 5V dc 9000500209
17) DCP3 DC Power Supply 24V dc 9000500211

19) TP0455 Motor Driver 6606600020


20) PW4215 Filter PCB (EUR only) na
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Rear View

11

13 14

HVP

K66sm4e1.jtd

Transformer
(EUR only)

Fig.4-5-7

Symbol Code Name Part # ( can change without notice)

5) PW6623 Roll Feeder Board 6606270030


6) PW6652 Driver Board 6606260140
11) PW4690 Signal Relay PCB 6606260230
13) PW5490 Receiver PCB (Option) 5406260020
14) PW5491 Transmitter PCB (Option) 5406260060

18) HVP High Voltage Power Supply 6606600010


Imaging, Transfer, Separation
& Dev. Bias

21) KCT021D Transformer (EUR only) na

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4.6 Down Sequence
4.6.1 Down Sequence caused by Low Fuser Temperature
[℃]

210
200 TH2(Center)

Controlled temperature It is switched


is switched to 210 ℃ here. to 200 ℃ again.
180

TH3

150

130

110

Printing Printing
stops here. restarts here.

TH2 (Center) is controlling the temperature, while TH1 (Side) and TH3 (Bottom) are just
confirming the temperature during normal opertaions.
While TH2 is controlling the temperature at around 200 degrees, the temperature
around TH3 is around 180 degrees.

While continuous printing, temperature around TH3 decreases gradually.( lower plate )
When TH3 decreases less than 130 degrees, TH2 starts to control the temperature at 210
Degrees rather than 200.

Down Sequence 1
If temperature around TH3 goes down and reaches 110 degrees, printing
Is paused until it reaches up to 150 degrees.
(It is approx. 90 secs, dependent on the wall voltage)
Printing is paused during that period in order to help recover the temperature; it is called
“Down Sequence”.

Down Sequence 2
If TH2 detects 5 degrees less (adjustable with 4-2C) compare with 200 degrees during TH3
detects less than 130 degrees, this machine also enters to “Down Sequence”.

Once “Down Sequence” is taken, Ready indication of Operation Panel starts blinking
green, and it keeps blinking until the temperature of fuser is recovered.

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4.6.2 Down Sequence caused by Toner Consumption

Toner circulates as shown arrows.

TLS1 TLS2

When TLS1 detects “L” status ( no toner ) for 15 seconds ( continuously ) toner is normally
supplied for 2 minutes from Toner Hopper

If TLS2 detects “L” ( no toner ) for 21 seconds continuously, the printing is paused for a few
minutes after current printing is finished, in order to help supplying toner much more.
However, if TLS2 detects “H” for 3 seconds, “Down Sequence” is cancelled at that moment.

If Toner “Down Sequence” occurs, the Toner indication of Operation Panel starts blinking
green, and it keeps blinking until the “Down Sequence” is complete.

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Chapter 5
Mechanical Systems

Page
5.1 External covers 5- 2
5.1.1 Upper cover 1 (Toner cover) 5- 3
5.1.2 Upper cover 2 (Operation cover) 5- 4
5.1.3 Upper cover 3 5- 4
5.1.4 Right/Left side upper covers 5- 5
5.1.5 Right/Left side lower covers 5- 5
5.1.6 Right/Left side covers 5- 6
5.1.7 Rear upper cover 5- 6
5.1.8 Rear lower cover 5- 6

5.2 Upper frame assembly of main body 5- 7


5.2.1 Opening of Movable unit 5- 7
5.2.2 Main motor (M1) 5- 9
5.2.3 LED head 5-10
5.2.4 Eraser lamp 5-10
5.2.5 LED head cooling fans (Fan7, Fan8) 5-11
5.2.6 Timing belts (two) 5-12
A. Timing belt for main motor 5-12
B. Timing belt for pulley/P161 5-12

5.3 Lower frame assembly of main body 5-13


5.3.1 Clutches (two) 5-13
A. Flapper clutch (MC3) 5-13
B. Paper gate clutch (MC4) 5-13
5.3.2 Timing belt 5-14
A. Timing belt for Inside feed assembly 5-14
5.3.3 Ozone filters 5-14
5.3.4 Fans 5-15
A. Fuser cooling fan left (Fan 3) 5-15
B. Fuser cooling fan right (Fan 4) 5-15
C. Fuser cooling fan S-left (Fan 5) 5-16
D. Fuser cooling fan S-right (Fan 6) 5-16
5.3.5 Counter (CNT1) 5-17
5.3.6 Main switch (S1) 5-17
5.3.7 Fuser shutter solenoid (SL1) 5-18

5.4 Process unit 5-19


5.4.1 Disassembling Process unit 5-19
5.4.2 Photoconductive drum 5-23

5.5 Main frame 5-25


5.5.1 Cutter assembly 5-25
A. Paper sensor below cutter (PH3) 5-27
5.5.2 Gas spring 5-28

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5.6 Primary charger assembly 5-29
5.6.1 Primary charger assembly 5-29
5.6.2 Corona charging wire 5-30
5.6.3 Height adjustment of corona charging wire 5-31
5.6.4 Grid plate 5-31
5.6.5 Wire cleaning motor (M4) 5-32
5.6.6 Wire cleaning pad 5-33

5.7 Transfer/Separation charger assembly 5-34


5.7.1 Transfer/Separation charger assembly 5-34
5.7.2 Transfer/Separation corona charging wire 5-35
5.7.3 Corona Guard 5-35
5.7.4 Height adjustment of corona charging wire 5-36

5.8 Fuser assembly 5-37


5.8.1 Disassembling Heater assembly 5-37
A. Thermistors (TH1, TH2) 5-39
B. Fin Heater – oven type (100V, 120V and 230V) 5-39
5.8.2 Thermostat (TS1) 5-41
5.8.3 Paper Transportation Sensor (TP9) 5-41
5.8.4 Fuser Lower assembly 5-42
A. Paper exit sensor (PH8) 5-43
B. Thermistor (TH3) 5-43
C. Exit Roller 5-43
5.8.5 Agitating motor 5-45
5.8.6 Agitator fan (Fan 2) 5-46
5.8.7 Agitator fan (Fan 2) - Modified Assembly 5-50

5.9 Development assembly 5-52


5.9.1 Disassembling Toner hopper assembly 5-52
5.9.2 Development roller 5-54
5.9.3 Regulation roller 5-56
5.9.4 Supply roller and side seals 5-58
5.9.5 Sender screw 5-59
5.9.6 Scraper 5-61
5.9.7 Toner motor (M5) 5-63
5.9.8 Toner sensors (TLS1, TLS2) 5-63
5.9.9 Spacing roller 5-64
A. Left side 5-64
B. Right side 5-64
5.9.10 Gears 5-65

5.10 Inside feed assembly 5-66


5.10.1 Disassembling Inside feed assembly 5-66
5.10.2 Paper separation sensor (PH7) 5-66
5.10.3 Feed belt 5-67
5.10.4 Feed roller 5-67
5.10.5 Separation fan (Fan 1) 5-68

5.11 Paper feeder assembly 5-69


5.11.1 Roll decks 5-69
5.11.2 Roll feed motor (M2) 5-70
5.11.3 Roll paper clutch (MC1, MC2A, MC2B, MC2C) 5-70
5.11.4 Pick up roller 5-71
5.11.5 Sensors 5-71
A. Paper clock end sensors (PH2A, PH2B, PH2C) 5-71
B. Paper set sensors (PH1A, PH1B, PH1C) 5-72
5.11.6 Size switch 5-73
5.11.7 Fitting Paper feeder assembly (Option) 5-74

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Disassembly/assembly

The machine has the mechanical features and operations as described herein, and may be
disassembled or assembled as shown; be sure to observe the following whenever disassembling
or assembling the machine:

1. Disconnect the power plug for safety before any work.


2. Unless otherwise noted, reverse the steps used to disassemble the machine for reassembly.
3. Identify the screws by type (length, diameter) and location.
4. As a rule, do not operate the machine with any of its parts removed.
5. Do not throw toner into fire to avoid explosion.
6. Do not touch the surface of the photoconductive drum.
If the Upper frame assembly or the Movable unit must be kept open during servicing work,
remove the photoconductive drum or keep it protected from light by means of a clean sheet
of paper.

Upper frame assembly

Movable unit

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5.1 External covers

Upper cover 1 Upper cover 2

Right side
upper cover

Right side
lower cover

Right side cover

Upper cover 3

Left side
upper cover

Rear upper cover

Left side
lower cover

Rear lower cover

Left side cover

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5.1.1 Upper cover 1 (Toner cover)
1) Open the Upper Cover 1 (1).

2) Loosen screws (2), then move Shaft Brackets (3) on both sides in the arrow direction.
Also, loosen two screws (4) on either side. (Ex. Left ones are selected)

4
3
2
2

3) Slide the Shaft Bracket (3) inward to take out


the Upper Cover 1 (1). 1

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5.1.2 Upper cover 2 (Operation cover)
1) Remove the Upper cover 1.
See “5.1.1 Upper cover 1”. 1

2) Remove the screw (1) to take off the Service 4


button cover (2) and remove the screw (3)
and disconnect the connector from the
Operation PCB (4) and take it from the 2
Upper cover 2 (5).

3) Open the Movable unit (6).


See “5.2.1 Opening of Movable unit”. 3

4) Remove two screws (7) from each side.

5) Remove five screws(8) to take off the


Upper cover 2 (5).

8
8

5.1.3 Upper cover 3


1) Release the lever (1) on the left to open the Upper frame assembly (2).

2) Loosen three screws (3).

Note
Only center one has star washer.

3) Lift up front side of Upper cover 3 (4 ) a little, then slide it to the front side and take it off.

2 4

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5.1.4 Right/Left side upper covers
1) Remove the Upper cover 1.
See “5.1.1 Upper cover 1”. 2
3
2) Open the Movable unit (1).
See “5.2.1 Opening of Movable unit”.

3) Remove two upper screws (2), (3) from inside.

4) Pull up the lever on the left to open the Upper


frame assembly (4). 1

5) Remove a screw to take out the Lever (5),


then loosen two screws (6) from the bottom
to take off the Left side upper cover (7).

6) Loosen two lower screws (8) to take off the Right side upper cover (9) from other side.

5 7

6 6

5.1.5 Right/Left side lower covers


1) Release the lever on the left to open the Upper frame assembly (1).

2) Take off the Upper cover 3 (2).


See “5.1.3 Upper cover 3”.

3) Loosen two screws (3) of bottom and remove a screw (4) from inside.

4) Take off the Right side lower cover (5) and Left side lower cover (6).

5 4 6

6
3

3
1
5
2
3

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5.1.6. Right/Left side covers
1) Draw out the 1st roll deck and remove
screw (1) on each side.

2) Remove six screws (2) on both side covers


and take out the Right side cover (3) and
the Left side cover (4).
2

4
1
2
3 2

5.1.7. Rear upper cover


1) Take off the Right side lower cover and the Left
side lower cover. 1
See “5.1.5 Right/Left side lower covers”.

2) Remove four screws (1) of the Rear upper cover


(2) from both sides to take it off.
2
1

5.1.8. Rear lower cover


1) Remove six screws (1) to take off the Rear
lower cover (2) downward. 1

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5.2 Upper frame assembly of main body
5.2.1 Opening of Movable unit
1) Open the Upper cover 1 (1).

2) Loosen screws (2), then move Shaft brackets (3) on both sides in the arrow direction.
Also, loosen two screws (4) on either side. (Ex. Left ones are selected.)

4
3
2
2

3) Shift the Shaft bracket (3) inward to take out


the Upper cover 1 (1). 1

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4) You can find two Stopper levers (5) locked by screws (6) on both sides. Be sure to tighten the
screws (6) after fully shifting the both Stopper levers (5) to the rear side as shown below, and
“Movable unit” is unlocked and you are allowed to open it.

Locked position Unlocked position

5) Stand the Movable unit (7) vertically.


7

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5.2.2 Main motor (M1)
1) Take off the Left side upper cover.
See “5.1.4 Right/Left side upper covers”.
2) Remove three screws (1) to take out the Tension plate 1 (2).

3) Remove E-ring and pulley flange (3) to release the timing belt for Pulley P161 (4).

4) Loosen four screws of the main motor to take out the Pulley P24/P118 (5) with timing belt.

5) Release harness from the cramps around the Motor fixing plate (6).

6) Remove three screws (7) to take out the Motor fixing plate with Main motor (8).

7) Disconnect the connector (9) and remove four screws (10) to take out the Main motor (8)
from fixing plate.

8) Loosen set screw to take out the pulley (11) from the main motor.

9
7
10
5 8
6 5
3 11
3
1 6
7
4 2

Note
For reassembling the main motor, tighten four screws (10) at the center position
of each long hole.

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5.2.3 LED head
1) Open the Movable unit (1). See “5.2.1 Opening of Movable unit”.

2) Remove a screw (2) to take out the fixing plate (3).

3) Loosen four screws to take out the Shading plate (4) downward.

4) Hold the both ends of LED head (5), shift it to left first and pull the right side toward you, then shift
it to right side to take out the LED head.

5
3

1
4 2

5.2.4 Eraser lamp


1) Open the Movable unit (1). See “5.2.1 Opening of Movable unit”.

2) Disconnect the connector (2) from the Eraser lamp (3).

3) Take off the Upper cover 2 (Operation panel cover) (4). See “5.1.2 Upper cover 2”.

4) Remove six screws (5) from top, and one screw (6) from both sides to take out the fixing
plate with the Eraser lamp.

5) Take out off the Eraser lamp (3) from the fixing plate.

5 2
4

6
1 3

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5.2.5 LED head cooling Fans (Fan7, Fan8)
1) Open the Upper frame assembly.

2) Take off the Upper cover 2 (Operation panel cover). See “5.1.2 Upper cover 2”.

3) Disconnect the connector (1).

4) Remove two screws (2) and take out LED head cooling fans left and right (5) with duct (3).

5) Remove a screw (4) to take off the LED cooling fan (5) from the duct (3).

1
5
4
2
3 3

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5.2.6 Timing belts (two)
A. Timing belt for main motor

1) Take off the Left side upper cover.


3
See “5.1.4 Right/Left side upper covers”.

2) Take out the Tension plate 1 (1). (three screws) 4

3) Remove E-ring and pulley flange (2). 5


1
4) Loosen four screws (3) to take out the Timing 2
belt (4) from Pulley P24/P118 (5).

Note
For reassembling the main motor, tighten four screws (3) at the center position of each
long hole.

B. Timing belt for Pully/P161

1) Take off the Left side upper cover.


See “5.1.4 Right/Left side covers”.
5 4
2) Take out the Tension plate 1 (1). (three screws)

3) Remove Leaf spring (2). (one screw)


3
4) Remove C-ring (3) and a ball bearing.

5) Release Motor driver circuit board (4) from Drive 2


side plate (5). (four screws) 1 6

6) Remove five screws to shift the Drive side plate (5)


a little this side to take out the Timing belt (6) from
Pulley P161.

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5.3 Lower frame assembly of main body
5.3.1 Clutches (two)
A. Flapper clutch (MC3)

1) Release the lever on the left to open the Upper frame


assembly.

2) Take off the Left side lower cover.


See “5.1.5 Right/Left side lower covers”.

3) Take off the Left side cover.


See “5.1.6 Right/Left side covers”.

4) Remove two screws to take out the Cover holder (1). 5


1 3 2 4
5) Disconnect the connector (2) of clutch.

6) Release the harnesses of clutch from the clamp (3).

7) Press in the nail (4) to release and take out the


Flapper clutch (5) this side.

B. Paper gate clutch (MC4)

1) Release the lever on the left to open the Upper frame


assembly.
3
2) Take off the Left side lower cover.
See “5.1.4 Right/Left side covers”.
1
3) Disconnect the connector (1) of clutch.

4) Remove a screw to take out the bracket (2),


then pull the Registration roller clutch (3) this side.

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5.3.2 Timing belt
A. Timing belt for Inside feed assembly

1) Take out the Left side lower cover.


See “5.1.4 Right/Left side lower covers”. 2
1 4
2) Loosen the screw (1) and the screw (2) to
release the Tension plate 3 (3) and take
out the Timing belt (4).

Note
For reassembling of Tension plate 3, fix the 3 5
screw (2) at the center of long positioning screw
hole (5) as shown in the following figure.

5.3.3 Ozone Filters


1) Take off the Upper cover 3, and the Left side lower cover to replace the Ozone filters (1), (2)
and (3) with new ones.
See “5.1.3 Upper cover 3” and “5.1.4 Right/Left side lower covers”.

2) Take off the Upper cover 3, and the Right side lower cover to replace the Ozone filter (4) with
a new one.
See “5.1.3 Upper cover 3” and “5.1.4 Right/Left side lower covers”.

3 4

Note
For your reference, the Ozone filter (2) and (4)
are the same size.

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5.3.4 Fans
A. Fuser cooling fan left (Fan 3)

1) Take off the Upper cover 3, the Left side lower


cover. 2
See “5.1.3 Upper cover 3” and “5.1.4 Right/Left
side lower covers”.

2) Remove two screws (1) and disconnect a connector


to take off the Fuser cooling fan left assembly (2).

3) Remove filter (3).


1
4) Remove four screws (4) to take off the cover (5).

5) Remove two screws (6), four screws (7) and take


out the Fuser cooling fan left (8).

7 4

B. Fuser cooling fan right (Fan 4)

1) Take off the Upper cover 3, the Right side lower


cover. 3
See “5.1.3 Upper cover 3” and “5.1.4 Right/Left
side lower covers”.
2
2) Remove two screws (1) and disconnect a
connector (2) to take out the fan (3) with duct.

3) Remove three screws from the duct to take out


the fan (3).
1

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C. Fuser cooling fan S-left (Fan 5)

1) Take off the Upper cover 3, the Left side lower cover
and the Left side cover.
2
See “5.1.3 Upper cover 3” and “5.1.4 Right/Left side
lower covers”.

2) Remove cover holder (1). (two screws)


5
3) Take out the Fuser cooling fan left (2).

4) Loosen two screws (3) and disconnect the


connector (4) to take out the Fuser cooling 3
fan S-left (5) with duct. 1
4

5) Remove the Ozone filter over the fan.

6) Remove four screws and disconnect the


connector to remove the Fuser cooling fan
S-left (5) from the duct.

D. Fuser cooling fan S-right (Fan 6)

1) As for the Fuser cooling fan S-right (1), follow the


same procedure as the above left one except
following item 2.

2) Remove two heater cables (2) to take out the 2


Fuser cooling fan S-right (1). 2

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5.3.5 Counter (CNT1)
1) Release the lever on the left to open the Upper
frame assembly.

2) Take off the Upper cover 3, the Right side lower


cover.
See “5.1.3 Upper cover 3” and “5.1.4 Right/Left
side lower covers”. 1

3) Remove two screws (1) to take out the counter (2) 3


with bracket.

4) Disconnect a connector (3) to take out the counter


from the bracket. 5

5.3.6 Main switch (S1)


2
1) Release the lever on the left to open the Upper
frame assembly.
4 1
2) Take off the Upper cover 3, the Right side lower
cover.
See “5.1.3 Upper cover 3” and “5.1.4 Right/Left
lower covers”.

3) Remove two screws (1) to take out the main


switch (4) with bracket.

4) Disconnect five connectors (5) to take out the


AC line
main switch from the bracket. AC line

white blue
Signal

white blue

AC line AC line

Rear view

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5.3.7 Fuser shutter solenoid (SL1)
1) Take off the Upper cover 3, the Left side lower cover.
See “5.1.3 Upper cover 3” and “5.1.4 Right/Left side covers”.

2) Remove two screws (1) and disconnect the connector to take off the solenoid (2).

3) Remove two screws (3) to take out the solenoid with the bracket (4).

3 4 3

3
Upper view 1
2

Note
For reassembling of solenoid, be sure to fix the screw (3) at the same position of the
bracket (4) as shown in the illustration.

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5.4 Process unit
Toner hopper assembly

Development roller

Image charger

Regulation
roller

Photoconductive drum Supply roller

5.4.1 Disassembling Process unit


1) Pull up the Lever (1) on the left to unlock
and open the Upper Frame Assembly (2).

2) Loosen the screw (3) on the right.


Move the Process Unit Fixing Lever (4) to the arrow direction to unlock the Process Unit.

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3) Close the Upper Frame Assembly.
Then, open the Upper Cover 1 (5).

4) Loosen screws (6), then move Shaft Brackets (7) on both sides in the arrow direction.
Also, loosen two screws (8) on either side. (Ex. Left ones are selected)

8
7
6
6

5) Slide the Shaft Bracket (7) inward to take out


the Upper Cover 1 (5). 5

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6) You can find two Stopper levers (9) locked by the screws (10) on both sides. Be sure to tighten the
screws (10) after fully shifting the both Stopper Levers (9) to the rear side as shown below, and
“Movable unit” is unlocked and you are allowed to open it.

10

Locked position Unlocked position

7) Stand the Movable Unit (11) vertically.


11

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8) Disconnect the connector (12) of Imaging Charger.
Also, disconnect the connector (13) of Developer Unit.

12

13

9) Catching Developer Side Plates (14) on both sides, slide the whole Process Unit (15) rightward
and then take it out from the machine.

14

15
15
14

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5.4.2 Photoconductive drum
1) Spread a clean paper on the flat working base. And take out the Process unit from
the machine and put it on.

Note
Be sure to keep away any foreign matters from the surface of paper.
Always cover the Photoconductive drum with a black sheet or something to block any light.

2) Take out the Primary charger assembly (1).


See “5.6.1 Primary charger assembly”.
1
3) Remove the Pole holder (2) from the left side
plate. (three screws, lower one is a flat head type)
4
4) Pull up a little and take out the Front stay (3) from
the side plate of the Process unit.
(two screws (4) on each side)
3
2 4

5) Take out two springs from both ends of the


Development assembly (7). 7

6
Note
Two springs are different.
Left : black-colored spring (5),
Right : silver-colored spring (6)

5 3

6) Slide the Development assembly (7) backward


and then lift up to take out the Development unit
from the Process unit.

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7) Remove two screws (8) from the drum fixing
plate (9).

8) Take out the bearing plate (10). (three screws)

9) Slide the drum leftward to take out the bearing


(11) and then slide it rightward again to take
out the drum fixing plate.

10) Bring the right end of drum first and take 10


it out.
11

Note
Take extra care not to damage the Photoconductive drum. The Photoconductive drum is
Highly susceptible to light, and exposure to light as weak as room lighting can cause it to
produce copies with white spots or dark lines; note the following to avoid possible problems:

- If the process unit must be kept out of the machine during servicing work, keep it protected
by means of fresh copy paper.
- Do not touch the surface of the Photoconductive drum.
- Do not dry wipe or do not use solvent to clean the photoconductive drum.
- Never use drum cleaning powder.

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5.5 Main frame
5.5.1 Cutter assembly
1) Take off the both Side covers. See “5.1 External covers”.

2) Take out the 1st roll deck. See “5.11.1 Roll decks”.

3) Take off the Cutter cover (1).


(one screw (2) on each side)

2
1

4) Take out the Cutter motor cover (3).


(two screws (4))

5) Remove two screws (5) on each side and disconnect the cutter switch connector (6) (2p connector
with blue & purple wires), and then take out the Reinforcement plate (7).

5
6

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6) Take out the Sensor holder (8) of the “Paper sensor below cutter”.
Remove a “Screw” and a small “Bracket” from right side of the Sensor Holder, in order to make
easier to remove the Sensor Holder.
(Remove one screw from the front left (9), loosen three screws (10) from bottom, and disconnect
one connector(11) of 3p.)

15

11 14
9 Screw
Bracket
10 CutterArea.doc

7) Take out the gear box (12) from left side.


(three screws (13))

8) Disconnect the connector of the Cutter motor


(14) from the right side plate.

9) Remove a core (15) from cutter motor lead.


(one round)

13
12

10) Take out the Cutter assembly (16).


(two screws (17))

17

17 16
17

Note
Do not drop off the Cutter assembly. Handle with care!

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A. Paper sensor below cutter (PH3)

1) Follow the step No. 1 through 6 of the Cutter


assembly.
1
2) Remove three screws (1) to separate the Sensor
holder (2) as shown in the figure. 3

3) Remove a screw to take out the “Paper sensor


below cutter” (3).

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5.5.2 Gas spring
1) Take off the Upper cover 3, Left/Right side upper
cover and Left/Right side lower cover. 1
See “5.1 External covers”. 2

2) Release the lever on the left to open the Upper


frame assembly.

3) Remove two screws (1) from the left to remove


the Lever bracket (2).

4) Remove the clip (3) to take out the gas spring (4).

3
3

4 3

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5.6 Primary charger assembly
5.6.1 Primary charger assembly
1) Take off the Upper cover 1 (toner cover).
See “5.1. Upper cover1”. 1

2) Open the Movable unit.


See “5.2.1 Opening of Movable unit”.

3) Disconnect the connector (1) from the Primary 2


charger assembly (2).

4) Remove a screw(3) (M3x8).

5) Slide the primary charger rightward to take it out.

6) Replace the corona wire and grid plate with


new ones if necessary.

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5.6.2 Corona charging wire
1) Take out the Primary charger assembly.

2) Take off Left cover (1) and right cover (2).

3) Release Corona spring (3) from hook (4).

4) Remove spring from corona wire (5).

5) Remove spring from other end same as above.

6) Fit used spring to the new corona wire and fasten it to the hook.

Note
For assembling, be sure that red beads (6) are placed in the proper position.

4
3
5
6 6
3
5

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5.6.3 Height adjustment of corona charging wire
1) Take out the Primary charger assembly.

2) Take off both end plastic covers. 1

3) Make sure to be kept a specified heights


between bent end of corona house wall and
corona wire by turning a plastic screw (1)
with flat screw driver (minus).

Note
Reference height value are as shown below.

8mm plus or minus 0.2mm

8mm

5.6.4 Grid plate


1) Take out the Primary charger assembly.
3
2) Loosen two screws (1) to press in the corona
block (2) the arrow direction.
1

3) Release Grid plate (3) from stopper nail.

1
2

4) For reassembling, make sure the Grid plate is


fastened on the stopper nails (4) perfectly.
Tighten the Grid plate with screw by pulling it
Rightward. 4

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5.6.5 Wire cleaning motor (M4)
1) Take out the Primary charger assembly.

2) Remove a screw (1) to take off Cover (2).

3) Remove a screw (3) to take out the bearing (4).

1
2

4) Move a screw (5) to rightward to take it out.

5) Remove Gear (6) and Solid bearing (7).


6
5

6) Loosen a screw (8) and take out the Cleaning


motor with bracket (9).

7) Separate Wire cleaning motor (10) from the bracket.

8 9
10

(2)

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5.6.6 Wire cleaning pad
1) Take out the Primary charger assembly.

2) Remove a plastic screw (1) to replace the wire cleaning pad (2) with a new one.

Note
For reassembling the cleaning pad, widen a little the bottom of cleaning pad
(sponge part) outside.

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5.7 Transfer/Separation charger assembly
5.7.1 Transfer/Separation charger assembly
1) Open Upper frame assembly.

2) Remove a screw (1).

3) Slide the Transfer/Separation charger assembly


rightward to take it out.

4) For reassembling, make sure the fingers(2)


of the Transfer/Separation charger is properly 3
seated into the location holes(3) of the side plate. 2

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5.7.2 Transfer/Separation corona charging wire
1) Take out the Transfer/Separation charger assembly.

2) Remove all of the plastic corona guards.


1
3) Take off Cover (1) on both sides.

4) Remove Spring (2) from hook (3).


3 2
5) Remove Spring from other end same as above. 5

4
6) Hook the above springs removed to the both ends
of new corona wire (4).

Note
For assembling, be sure that red beads (5) are
placed in the proper position.

5.7.3 Corona Guard


1) Take out the Transfer/Separation charging
assembly.
1 2
2) Press boss (1) to release the corona guard (2).

1
Note
Take care the fitting direction of the corona
guard, otherwise it might be caused paper jam.
The corona guard has own fitting direction.

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5.7.4 Height adjustment of corona charging wire
1) Take out the Transfer/Separation charger assembly.
1
2) Take off the both end plastic covers.

3) Make sure to be kept a specified heights between


bottom of corona house and corona wire by turning
a plastic screw (1) with flat screw driver (minus).

Note
Reference height value are as shown below.

Transfer : 13mm plus or minus 0.2mm S2


Separation : 11mm plus or minus 0.2mm S1
: 13mm plus or minus 0.2mm

13mm

13m m
11mm

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5.8 Fuser assembly
5.8.1 Disassembling Heater assembly
1) Open the Upper frame assembly and take off the Upper cover 3, the Left & Right side upper cover
and the Left & Right side lower cover. See “5.1 External covers”.

2) Remove two screws (1) and the connector (2)


to take out the Fuser cooling fan right with
bracket.

3) Remove three screws (3) on each side to take


off the Panel cover (4).

4
3

4) Remove the Shutter by loosening two screws


and sliding it inward as shown an arrow.

Shutter

Screws

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5) Remove six star shaped Guide Rollers with Holders.
Holes of 2nd, 4th and 6th from left are used.
Holes of 2nd, 4th and 6th from right are used.
Stopper, which is fixed 3rd hole from left, is used as a shock absorber of the Shutter.

6) Remove a screw (5) and disconnect the


connectors (6), (7) to take out the Heater 6
assembly (8). 5

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A. Thermistors (TH1, TH2)
1) Take out the Heater assembly. 1

2) Remove four screws (1) to take out


the thermistors,TH1 and TH2 from the Heater TH2
assembly in the arrow direction.

TH1

B. Fin Heater - oven type (100V, 120V and 230V)


1) Take out the Heater assembly.

2) Remove 4 screws(1), then remove


Fixing Plate Terminal (2) with
Holder Terminal (3). 3
3

1
1

3) Remove 10 screws(4), then remove Reinforcement


Plates(5) and (6) with Heat Holder (7). 4

5
6
7 6
7

4) You can remove individual Fin Heater one by one.

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Note 1: Widths of Fin Heaters are;
100V 40mm
120V 27mm
230V 16.5mm

Note 2: In case of 100V or 120V machines, closest slot


to rear side, the third and the fifth slots from
rear side are not used. (totally 8 Fin Heaters)

In case of 230V machine, Fin Heater is


zigzagged as shown right figure.
(totally 10 Fin Heaters)

Caution
This Fin Heater is always stretched.
When you remove a screw to replace a new Fin Heater, be careful about the characteristic like
spring.

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5.8.2 Thermostat (TS1)
1) Take off the Cover 3, the Right side lower cover,
the Left side lower cover and the Rear upper cover. 2
See “5.1 External covers”. 3

2) Remove a screw (1) and disconnect the


connector (2) to take out the Thermostat (3).

5.8.3 Paper Transportation Sensor (TP9)


1) Remove Cover 3, the Right side lower cover.

2) Grip Heater Unit Open Levers and shift down the Fuser Lower assembly.

3) Remove a screw to take out the Paper Transportation Sensor with bracket.

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5.8.4 Fuser Lower assembly
1) Take off the Upper cover 3, the Right side lower cover and the Left side lower cover, the Rear
upper cover and the Rear lower cover. See “5.1 External covers”.

2) Grip Heater Unit Open Levers and shift down the Fuser Lower assembly.

3) Push the screw driver through the hole (1)


in the arrow direction and draw the Fuser
Lower assembly a little to release
the shaft of the Fuser lower assembly(3).

4) Push the screw driver through the other side


hole (2) in the arrow direction and draw
the Fuser Lower assembly a little to release
the shaft of the Fuser lower assembly (3).

5) Remove a connector of TH3 underneath of the


Fuser Lower assembly(3).

6) Pull the Fuser Lower assembly (3) rear side.


When Shafts of the Fuser Lower assembly are
stopped by the bent of side plates, shift the
Fuser Lower assembly to the left side
and push the Shaft of drive side to left
using a minus shaped driver to remove entire
Fuser Lower assembly.

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A. Paper exit sensor (PH8)
1) Remove one screw (1). 3 2
1
2) Disconnect the connector(2) to take out the
Exit sensor (3)

B. Thermistor (TH3)
1) Put the Fuser Lower assembly upside down.

TH3
1
2) Remove a screw (1) to take out
the Thermistor (TH3).

C. Exit Roller
2
1) Remove a grip ring to take out the Pulse disc (1)
and remove seven screws (2) to take off the
Exit cover (3).

1 3 2

2) Remove screw (4) to release the bracket (5) from the center part.

3) Remove a spring (6) located back side of the side plate from drive side.

5
6
4

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4) Remove E-ring (7) and oil-less bearing from
driven side.

5) Remove E-ring, Gear (8), parallel pin, E-ring,


a small spring (9) and oil-less bearing in order 11
10
from drive side.

6) Remove four screws (10) and release


the side plate from drive side to take out 9
the Exit roller (11).

Note 12

For putting back the Fuser lower assembly


into the machine, watch the notches (12)
on both sides.

12

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5.8.5 Agitating motor
1) Take off the Upper cover 3 and Right side lower cover. See “5.1 External covers”.

2) Take out the Fuser cooling fan right (1) with bracket.

3) Disconnect the connector (3) and remove two screws (2).

5
2

4) Loosen the screw (4) of the Boss A to remove


the Agitating motor (5).

For putting back the Agitating motor (5), be sure the screw (4)
Note is tightened to D-shaped cut shaft of the motor properly.
The center of Screw (4) head should be 3mm from inside of the side
plate of the Heater stand. (Since the diameters of Screw Driver and the Screw Head are 6mm
respectively, you can properly adjust the gap by contacting the Screw Driver to the side plate.)

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5.8.6 Agitator fan (Fan2)
1) Take off the Upper cover 3, the Left side lower cover, the Right side lower cover, the Rear upper
cover and the Rear lower cover. See “5.1 External covers”.

2) Disconnect the connector (1) of thermostat on


the Fuser upper assembly (2). 1
2

3) Take out the Fuser cooling fan left/right (3).

4) Remove three screws (5) on each side to take


off the Panel cover (6).

6
5

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5) Remove the Shutter (7) by loosening two
screws (8) and sliding it inward as shown
an arrow. 7

Then remove six star shaped Guide Rollers


with Holders.

8
8

Note: For putting back the Shutter (7), be sure it


works properly by solenoid (9)
as shown right.

6) Loosen two screws (10) of the front side 10


12
and remove two screws (11) of the exit side
and take off the Duct (12) upward.

Note: When reassemble this Duct, be sure


to make a good contact between Duct
and side plates.
Otherwise it may cause the noise problem
when Agitator Fan rotates.
11

7) Take out the Heater assembly. See “5.8.1 Disassembling Heater assembly”.

8) Take out the Agitating motor. See “5.8.5 Agitating motor”.

9) Take out the Fuser lower assembly (13).


See “5.8.4 (C) Exit roller”.

13

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10) Remove each screw of Micro switches (14), (15)
through holes on both side panels, and remove
Paper Transportation Sensor(TP9) 16
with bracket (16).
14

17

11) Remove two screws (17) on both sides to take out


the Fuser upper assembly rear side.

17
15

12) Place it up side down on the flat working base


18
and take out each wire (18) one by one.

Pull up two wires on the side of Agitator Fan 19


at the same time, then you can remove
a pair of the wires.

19
13) Remove four screws (19) to take out
the Agitator fan assembly (20).

20

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14) Remove three bind head screws(21) to remove
Air Guide assembly(22).

(21)

(22)

15) Loosen a screw and remove the Boss-B(24). (24)

16) Remove Bracket (L).


Try to keep straight Fan-L and Fan-R
as much as possible.
Two Fans are linked by a spring each other.
You can separate them by holding Fan-L,
then rotate Fan-R clockwise.
Note: Never rotate Fan-R to the other way.
If you turn it the other way,
spring between
two fans can be easily damaged.

The play between Fans and the center


Bracket should be approximately 1mm.
You can adjust the play by twisting
Fan-R clockwise, while Fan-L is held.

Bracket (L) Fan-L Fan-R

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5.8.7 Agitator fan (Fan2) – Modified Assembly
1) Take off the Upper cover 3, the Left side lower cover, the Right side lower cover and the Rear
upper cover. See “5.1 External covers”.

2) Remove arrow shown 6 screws from behind.


Then pull out the Agitator Fan Cover.

3) Remove a set screw and two screws as shown


arrows from left.

Set screw

screws

4) Remove two screws as shown arrows from right.

screws

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5) Then remove the Agitator fan assembly.
Be careful not to lose wheels when you remove
the Agitator fan assembly.

wheels

580.jtd

6) Remove three bind head screws to remove


Air Guide assembly.

screws

Air Guide assembly

7) Loosen a screw and remove the Boss-B.

8) Remove Bracket (L).


Try to keep straight Fan-L and Fan-R
as much as possible.
Two Fans are linked by a spring each other.
You can separate them by holding Fan-L,
then rotate Fan-R clockwise.
Note: Never rotate Fan-R to the other way.
If you turn it the other way,
spring between
two fans can be easily damaged.

The play between Fans and the center


Bracket should be approximately 1mm.
You can adjust the play by twisting
Fan-R clockwise, while Fan-L is held.

Bracket (L) Fan-L Fan-R

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5.9 Development assembly
5.9.1 Disassembling Toner hopper assembly
1) Spread a clean paper on the flat working base. And take out the Process unit from
the machine and put it on.

Note
Be sure to keep away any foreign matters from the surface of paper.
Always cover the photoconductive drum with a black sheet or something to block any light.

2) Remove the Pole holder (1) from the left side


plate. (three screws, lower one is a flat head type)

3) Pull up a little and take out the Front stay (2) from
the side plate of the Process unit.
(two screws (3) on each side) 3

2
1 3

4) Take out two springs from both ends of the


Development assembly (4). 4

6
Note
Two springs are different.
Left : black-colored spring (5),
Right : silver-colored spring (6)

5 2

5) Slide the Development assembly (4) backward


and then lift up to take out the Development unit
from the Process unit.

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6) Remove a screw (6) from left side plate of the
development assembly.

left side

7) Remove a screw (7) and disconnect the


connector (8) from right side plate of the
Development assembly.

8) Take out the Toner hopper assembly (9) upward.

7
right side

9) Care not to tilt the Hopper assembly (9) and put it on a clean paper.

Note
Note: Handle with care not to drop toner powder from a bottom hole of the Hopper assembly.

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5.9.2 Development roller
1) Spread a clean paper on the flat working base. And take out the Process unit from
the machine and put it on.

Note
Be sure to keep away any foreign matters from the surface of paper.
Always cover the photoconductive drum with a black sheet or something to block any light.

2) Take out the Development assembly from the Process unit and remove the Toner hopper
assembly from the Development assembly. See “5.9.1 Disassembling Toner hopper assembly”.

3) Lift up the Upper stay(1) a little and take it out


forward. (four screws (2)) 2

4) Take out Pressurizing bracket R(9).


9
(two screws)

5) Remove the Shaft plate R (3) from the side plate.


(four screws)

6) Take out thrust washers(6)


(t=1) and gear 22T(7).
4 10
7) Take out gear 30T/15T(8).
7 16
3 8
15
8) Take off Positioning roller(10). 11
13 14
(one screw)
6 12

9) Remove E-ring(E10) (11) from development Right Side View


roller shaft.

10) Take out Gear 40T(12).


Note Handle with great care to
11) Remove Parallel pin(3x15) (13). Protect from any damages
of shaft surface by tools when E-ring is removed.
12) Take out Spacing roller(14).

13) Remove E-ring(E10) (15).

14) Take off Shaft plate (16).


(three screws)

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17

22

21

30 24
29

23
20 27

28
19 26
25
18
Left Side View

15) Take off Pressurizing bracket L(17) from the side plate. (two screws)

16) Take off Shaft plate L(18). (four screws)

17) Take out Positioning roller(19). (one screw)

18) Take off Reinforcement plate(20). (two screws)

19) Remove thrust washer(t=0.5) (21) and Gear(22T) (22).

20) Remove E-ring(E8) (23) and Gear(30T) (24).

21) Remove E-ring(E10) (25), Gear 28T (26), Parallel pin(3x15) (27) to take out Spacing roller(28).

22) Remove E-ring(E10)(29) to take out Bearing(30).

23) Slide the right end of roller shaft forward, then support the left end of it to slide out rightward
with care and take out the Development roller.

24) Replace it with a new one.

Double-faced should be inside.

Note
Do not use any liquid such as solvent, alcohol or
water to clean the Development Roller.
When the new Development Roller, Regulation
Roller or Toner Supply Roller is installed, put
double-faced spacer first, then put another 0.1t mylar (w/ or w/o double-faced)
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spacer on both sides.

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5.9.3 Regulation roller
1) Follow step 4 to 8, 16 to 20 of 2
“5-9-2 Development roller”.

2) Remove Scraper bracket(1). (one screw (M3x6) 3


3) Remove Separator(2).

4) Take out the Scraper assembly(3).


(one screw on each side) 1

Note
Note: Do not touch the surface of Regulation roller with bare hands.

5) Remove a spring(4) from the right.

6) Loosen two set screws(M4x4) with Allen-wrench to remove Gear 20T(5).

7) Take off Blade shaft plate R(6).

5 right side

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8) Remove Spring(7) from the left.

9) Remove E-ring(E7) (8).


11
10) Take off the Blade shaft plate L(9).
7
Note
For reassembling, insert the upper hole of 9
plate to the roller shaft and lift it up then insert
lower hole.
10
11) Press Sub-side plate B(10) to the outside 8
from inside to take it out. left side
(three screws(M4x6))

12) Hold the both ends of roller shaft and slide


it leftward to release the right end from
the side plate and pull it to the rightward.

Note
Do not touch the surface of Regulation roller
with Bare hands. For reassembling, great care
not to deform Side seals on both ends.

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5.9.4 Supply roller and Side seals
1) Take out “Development roller” and “Regulation roller”.

2) Remove E-ring (E8) (1) from the left.

3) Press and hold the left end of supply roller shaft rightward and remove Parallel pin(3x15)
and Gear 25T(2) from the right.

4) Hold the roller shaft and take out the Sub-side plate A(3) with bearing. (three screws(M4x6))

5) Press Supply roller(4) leftward and remove bearing(5).

6) Slide Supply roller leftward to release the right end of shaft, then pull it out rightward.

7) Take off Side seal L(6) and Side seal R(7) from the Supply roller.

6 4 4 7

5
3
1
left side
right side

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[Points of note for assembling supply roller and Side seals]

1) Put back both Side seal L(1) and Side seal R(2) to the shaft before assembling.
2) Insert the left end of roller shaft to the left side plate from inside, and once run through the Side
seal L to the outside.
3) Slide back the roller shaft leftward to mount the Side seal L inside.
4) Put back Sub-side plate A(4) without bearing.
5) Move the left end of roller shaft up and down and insert the bearing(5).
6) Put back the bearing(7) to the right side of roller shaft.

Note
Be sure Side seal L/R are properly seated to the positioning boss(6mm diameter) (6),(8).

7) Rotate the roller shaft to seat the hole for parallel pin at level. And put back the Gear 25T(9).

Note
Be sure the groove of Gear 25T for parallel pin is also seated at level.

8) Press and hold the roller shaft rightward, and then put the parallel pin into the groove.
9) Fix the E-ring(E8) to secure the roller shaft.

Note
Be sure Front seal (3), Side seal L and Side seal R are not turned over and mounted correctly.

2
8
6
1

1 2
4

9
5

right side
left side

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5.9.5 Sender screw
1) Take out the Development assembly from the
Process unit.

2) Take out the Toner hopper assembly. 12 4

3) Remove the Separator. 14

4) Remove four screws (1) to take out the Shaft 2


plate R (2).
13

right side 1
5) Remove one screw (4) on each side to take out
the Scraper assembly (5).

6) Remove three screws (6) to take out the


Agitating sheet (7). 5

7) Remove E-ring (8) to take out the Bush S (9).

8) Remove the screw (10) to take out the Shaft


plate S (11). 16

9) Pull out the Agitating shaft S (12).

10) Remove E-ring (13) and the gear 20T (14).

11) Remove the bearing inside.


6
12) Remove E-ring (15). 8 10 7
9
13) Shift the Sender screw assembly (16)
rightward.

14) Pull up from the left first, then take it out.

4
15

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5.9.6 Scraper
1) Follow step 1 to 5 of “Development roller”.

2) Take off the Scraper bracket(1). (one screw, M3x6)

3) Take out the Separator(2).

4) Take out the Scraper assembly(3). (one screw on each side, M4x6)

5) Loosen nine screws and replace the scraper(4) with a new one.

2
4

0 0
6 0
3 6 1
4 4

0-1mm 0- 1mm

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[Points of note for assembling]

1) Place the scraper in the center of assembly and press the back edge of scraper evenly downward
to be clamped.
2) Trap the scraper with hands from both sides and tighten the screw.
Be sure each boss of clamp grips scraper perfectly.

boss

boss

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Note
1. Both edges of scraper should come out approx. 0.5mm (+/-0.5mm) from the edge.
2. Tighten screws from the center to both ends.
3. Make sure the scraper is gripped with clamp perfectly.
4. Be sure no waves on the edge of scraper.
5. Rub the toner powder on all of scraper part including edge.

3) Place the scraper according to the guides on both ends of side plate.

4) Press and hold the scraper assembly both guide direction(5) and Regulation roller direction(6)
and tighten screws.

inside view (left)


scraper inside view (right)
scraper

6 6
5 5

5) Put back the separator.

6) Put back the scraper bracket.

7) Rotate the development roller by the


development rotating tool(7) clockwise 7
and make sure no toner lines are left
on the surface of Regulation roller.

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5.9.7 Toner motor (M5)
1) Remove three screws (1). 2 3

2) Disconnect the connector (2) to take out the


Toner supply motor (3). 1

1 1

5.9.8 Toner sensors (TLS1, TLS2)


1) Remove two screws (1) and disconnect the
connector (2) to take out each toner sensor (3).

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5.9.9 Spacing roller
A. Left side

1) Remove one screw to take out the roller (1).

2) Remove two screws to take out the Reinforcement 2


plate (2).

3) Remove four screws to take out the Shaft plate L 1


(3). 3
8
4) Remove E-ring (4) to take out the Gear 30T (5). 5
7 4
5) Remove E-ring (6) to take out the Gear 28T (7). 6

Note
Do not miss the parallel pin.

6) Take out the Spacing roller (8).

3
B. Right side
6
1) Remove four screws to take out the Shaft plate R
1 5
(1).
2 4
2) Remove Gear 30T/15T (2).

3) Remove a screw to take out the roller (3).

4) Remove E-ring (4) to take out the Gear 40T (5).

Note
Do not miss the parallel pin.

5) Take out the Spacing roller (6).

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5.9.10 Gears
The gears are assembled as per under.

(1) Shaft plate L


(2) Gear 28T
(3) Spacing roller
(4) Gear 22T
(5) Gear 30T 5
(6) Roller B 4
(7) Reinforcement plate

3
6
2
1

(8) Shaft plate R


(9) Gear 40T
(10) Shaft plate 20
(11) Gear 30T/15T 18
(12) Gear 22T
17
(13) Gear 16T
16
(14) Gear 25T 19
(15) Gear 20T
(16) Gear 20T 16 15
13 14 10
(17) Gear 16T 12
(18) Gear 10T 8
(19) Roller 3
(20) Gear 16T
11 9

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5.10 Inside feed assembly
5.10.1 Disassembling Inside feed assembly
1) Open Upper frame assembly.
5
2) Take out the Transfer/Separation charger. 4
8
1
3) Take off the Left lower cover.

4) Loosen screws (1) to release belt tension.


1
5) Remove the belt.
2
3
6) Remove E-ring(2), pulley(3) and parallel pin.

7) Remove E-ring(4) and oilless bearing(5).

8) Disconnect the connector(6) from the


separation sensor(7).
7
9) Remove a screw(8) on each side to take out the
Inside feed assembly.

5.10.2 Paper separation sensor (PH7)


1) Open Upper frame assembly.

2) Take out the Transfer/Separation charger.

3) Take out the Inside feed assembly.

4) Remove a screw (1) to take out the Paper separation sensor (2) from the Inside feed assembly(3).

5) Press nails (4) of sensor from outside to release from the bracket to take it out.

2
1
3

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5.10.3 Feed belt
1) Take out the Inside feed assembly.

2) Take out the Guide plate (1).

3) Take off the feed belt (2) in the arrow direction.

Note
Handle with care not to drop the counter roller (3) when inside feed belt is taken out further
more.

5.10.4 Feed roller


1) Remove five Guide plates (1).

2) Remove four belts (2).

3) Remove E-ring (3) and Oilless bearing (4).

4) Shift the Feed roller (5) rightward in the arrow direction to take it out.

3
1

2
5

2 4

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5.10.5 Separation fan (Fan1)
1) Open Upper frame assembly.

2) Take out the Transfer/Separation charger.


1
3) Take out the Inside feed assembly.

4) Remove a screw(1) from left side.

5) Remove three screws (2) and disconnect the


connector (3) to take out the Separation 4
2
fan (4) with duct.
2
6) Remove three screws to take out the
Separation fan (4).

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5.11 Paper feeder assembly

LED Head

Primary charger assembly


Development assembly
Fuser assembly

Photoconductive drum

Inside feed assembly

Cutter assembly

5.11.1 Roll decks


1) Open each roll deck.
1
2) Remove three screws(1) on each side from
1
the rail.

3) Take out the Roll deck (2).

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5.11.2 Roll feed motor (M2)
1) Remove the Upper roll deck from the rail.

2) Remove two screws (1) to take out the


positioning bracket (2).

3) Take off the motor cover (4) from backside.


(two screws(3)) 1

4) Remove two screws (6) and disconnect


the connector (5) to take out the Roll feed 2
motor (M2) (7). 6

3 5

5.11.3 Roll paper clutches (MC1, MC2A, MC2B, MC2C)


1) Draw out each Roll Deck.

2) In case of Upper Roll Deck part, take out


Clutch Fixing brackets (1) for MC1 and (2) 1
for MC2A. (Remove a screw and two screws)
2
3) In case of Mid Roll Deck part and Lower Deck
part, take out Clutch Fixing brackets (3) for MC2B
and (4) for MC2C, respectively.
3
4) Take out the Roll paper clutches.

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5.11.4 Pick up roller
1) Draw out each Roll deck.
4
2) Take out each clutch. 1
2
3) Take off the Size sensor cover (1).
(Remove three screws)

4) Remove two screws (2) on both sides and


remove three screws (3) from the bottom to
take off the Roll deck cover (4) upward. 3 2

5) Take off three Inner covers (5),(6) and (7).


(Remove three screws from covers (5) and (7))

6) Remove center bracket (8). (four screws)

7) Take out the Pick up roller (9) with the shaft.

5
8

6
9
7

Note
Watch the direction of gear, the one way clutch is used.

5.11.5 Sensors
A. Paper end clock sensors (PH2A, PH2B, PH2C)

1) Draw out each Roll deck.


2
2) Take out the Sensor bracket (1). 1
(Remove one screw)

3) Disconnect the connector (2).

4) Release the Paper end clock sensor (3) from


the hook of the bracket to take it out.

PH2A : 1st roll deck 3


PH2B : 2nd roll deck
PH2C : 3rd roll deck

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B. Paper set sensors (PH1A, PH1B, PH1C)

1) Draw out each roll deck.


4
2) Take off the Size sensor cover (1). 1
(Remove three screws.) 2

3) Remove two screws (2) on both sides and


remove three screws (3) from the bottom to
take off the Roll deck cover (4) upward.

4) Take off the Handle bracket (5). 2


3
(Remove four screws.)

5) Take out each sensor holder (6).


1st deck : Remove three screws
2nd and 3rd deck : Remove two screws

6) Take out the Paper set sensors (7).

7
7

6
5 6
5

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5.11.6 Size switch
1) Draw out each roll deck.
1
2) Remove three screws (1) to take off
the size sensor cover (2).

3) Disconnect the connector.

4) Take out the Size switch from the


size sensor cover.
2

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5.11.7 Fitting Paper feeder assembly (Option)
1) Take out the 1st Roll deck.
See “5.11.1 Roll decks”.

2) Take off the Right/Left side covers.


See “5.1.6 Right/Left side covers”. 2

3) Remove two screws from both sides to take off


the 2nd Roll deck cover (1) with the Fitting
brackets (2). 3

1 2
4) Remove both Fitting brackets (Right/Left)
(2) and the Face plate (3) from the 2nd Roll
deck cover. Fit this cover to the new Paper
feeder assembly.

5) Take out the Switch brackets (5) on both sides


from the Center frame (4).

5
5

6) Take off the Connector cover right (6) from the


Center frame. (two screws)

7) Take off the Connector cover left (7) from the


left side of the Center frame. Take out the
Actuator assembly (8) from the Connector 7
cover left (7) and mount it to the left end of the
new Paper feeder assembly (9) same as the
1st Roll deck. 7

8
9

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8) Fit the new rails (10) on the both side panels.
(three screws on each side)

10

9) Fix the 2nd Roll deck, namely Paper feeder


assembly onto the rail.

10) Put back the 1st Roll deck.

Note
Be sure to remove the 3rd Roll deck cover with
Fitting bracket before putting back the 2nd
paper feeder assembly.

11) As for the 3rd Roll deck, follow the same procedure as the above 2nd Roll deck.

12) Call the service mode and select the Sub Mode No. 20 to memorize the new Roll decks.

Note
As for the detail, see “Number of Roll deck (Sub Mode No. 20)” of “8.5.4 Explanation of each Sub
Mode”. Be sure each Roll deck move back and forth smoothly.

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Chapter 6
Maintenance

Page
6.1 Maintenance 6- 1

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Ver 4
KIP 2000 Series MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE

Part Description Part # Linear Feet X 1000


Part # subject to change without notice Code 15 30 45 60 75 90 105 120 135 150 165 180 195 210 225 240 255 270 285 300
Document Glass ( if with K-75 ) # C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C
Exposure Lamps ( if with K-75 ) # C C C
Reflector Roller ( if with K-75 ) # C C C C C C C C C C
Original Document Rollers ( if with K-75 ) $ C C C C

LED Head 6606990010 # C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C


Knife 6601300430 * C L C R C
Main Charge Wire SUP3820-104 # C C C R C C C R C C C R C C C R C C C R
Wire Clean Pad 6605120030 R R R R R
Transfer Wire SUP3820-106 # C C C R C C C R C C C R C C C R C C C R
Grid Screen 6605100130 # C C C C R
Separation Wire SUP3820-106 # C C C R C C C R C C C R C C C R C C C C
Ozone Filters 6601101750 X 3 * C C C C C R C C C C
Ozone Filters 6601101740 X 2 C C C C C R C C C C
Development Roller 6601700260 R R
Developer Space Discs 6601700590 X 2 # C C C R C
Supply Roller 6601700250 R R
Side Seals in Dev 6601720040 R R
Side Seals in Dev 6601720050 R R
Side Seals in Dev 6601700320 X 2 R R
Side Seals in Dev 6601700770 X 2 R R
Side Seals in Dev 6601700330 X 2 R R
Side Seals in Dev 6601700440 X 2 R R
Side Seals in Dev 6601700790 X 2 R R
Side Seals in Dev 6601700780 X 2 R R
Regulation Roller Blade 6601700500 R R
Photoreceptor SUP2000-101 R R R
Copy Media Roll Shafts 6601370030 I I I I
Paper Compartment * C C C C C
Inspect Toner Level I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
Vacuum (clean) Interior * C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C
Exterior Covers # C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C

C = Clean # = Clean with glass Cleaner and wipe dry


I = Inspect * = Clean with vacuum, carefully
R = Replace $ = clean with rubber cleaner
Chapter 7
Troubleshooting

Page
7.1 Error Code List 7- 1
7.1.1 Call Operator Errors 7- 1
7.1.2 Call Service Errors 7- 3

7.2 Error Troubleshooting 7- 4


7.2.1 Call Operator Errors 7- 4
(1) “J-01” 1st Roll Deck Jam 7- 4
(2) “J-02” 2nd Roll Deck Jam 7- 5
(3) “J-03” 3rd Roll Deck Jam 7- 6
(4) “J-04” 4th Roll Deck Jam 7- 7
(5) “J-05” Cut Sheet Paper Feeding Jam 7- 7
(6) “J-10” Flapper Area Jam 7- 8
(7) “J-11” Gate Roller Section Jam 7- 9
(8) “J-12” Separation Area Jam 7-10
(9) “J-13” Exit Area Jam (Delay) 7-11
(10) “J-14” Exit Area Jam (Stay) 7-12
(11) “U-01” 1st Roll Deck Open Error 7-13
(12) “U-02” 2nd Roll Deck Open Error 7-13
(13) “U-03” 3rd Roll Deck Open Error 7-14
(14) “U-04” 4th Roll Deck Open Error 7-14
(15) “U-05” Upper Frame / Upper Cover 1 Open Error 7-15
(16) “U-06” Heater Unit Open Error 7-15
(17) Toner Low 7-16
(18) Roll Empty 7-17
7.2.2 Call Service Errors 7-18
(1) “E-01” Fuser Temperature Rising Error 7-18
(2) “E-02” Fuser Over Temperature Error 7-20
(3) “E-04” Developer Error 7-22
(4) “E-06” Counter Error 7-22
(5) “E-07” Cutter Error 7-23
(6) “E-16” Wire Cleaning Error 7-24
(7) “E-21” Fuser Thermostat Error 7-25
(8) “E-28” Fuser Agitator Fan Error 7-25
(9) “E-40” Folder Error 7-26
(10) “E-41” Key Card Error 7-26

7.3 Image Quality Troubleshooting 7-27


7.3.1 Basic Image Adjustment 7-27
7.3.2 Troubles 7-28
(1) Too light image (Only the halftone image) 7-28
(2) Too light image (Halftone and solid black) 7-29
(3) Extremely light image (The whole image) 7-30
(4) Different copy density 7-31
(5) Totally appeared foggy image 7-32
(6) Vertically blurred or foggy black wide line 7-32
(7) Vertical Clear Black Narrow Line 7-33
(8) Vertical White Line 7-33
(9) Void of image 7-34

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(10) Dirt on the back of the copy 7-34
(11) Defective fusing 7-35
(12) Incorrect Image Placement, No Leading Edge 7-35
(13) Jitter 7-35
(14) Less sharpened image 7-36
(15) Uneven image vertically 7-36
(16) Totally white (No image) 7-37
(17) Totally black 7-37

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7.1 Error Code List
7.1.1 Call Operator Errors
Following errors are Call Operator Errors, which can be fixed by the key operator.

Error Code Name of the error Error condition


J - 01 1st Roll Deck Jam 1. The Paper Set Sensor Signal (RPSET1) does not
change from H to L within a specified time since the
machine has started feeding the 1st roll paper from
the Roll Wait Position.
2. The Paper Set Sensor Signal (RPSET1) does not
change from L to H within a specified time since the
machine has started rewinding the 1st roll paper
toward the Roll Wait Position.
J - 02 2nd Roll Deck Jam 1. The Paper Set Sensor Signal (RPSET2) does not
change from H to L within a specified time since the
machine has started feeding the 2nd roll paper from
the Roll Wait Position.
2. The Paper Set Sensor Signal (RPSET2) does not
change from L to H within a specified time since the
machine has started rewinding the 2nd roll paper
toward the Roll Wait Position.
J - 03 3rd Roll Deck Jam 1. The Paper Set Sensor Signal (RPSET3) does not
change from H to L within a specified time since the
machine has started feeding the 3rd roll paper from
the Roll Wait Position.
2. The Paper Set Sensor Signal (RPSET3) does not
change from L to H within a specified time since the
machine has started rewinding the 3rd roll paper
toward the Roll Wait Position.
J - 04 4th Roll Deck Jam 1. The Paper Set Sensor Signal (RPSET4) does not
change from H to L within a specified time since the
machine has started feeding the 4th roll paper from
the Roll Wait Position.
2. The Paper Set Sensor Signal (RPSET4) does not
change from L to H within a specified time since the
machine has started rewinding the 4th roll paper
toward the Roll Wait Position.
J - 05 Cut Sheet Paper Feeding 1. The Paper Gate Sensor Signal (P_GATE) does not
Jam change from H to L within a specified time since the
cut sheet paper has been inserted to the Bypass
Feeder.
2. The Paper Gate Sensor Signal (P_GATE) changes
from L to H during printing before a specified time has
passed since you started printing because the cut
sheet paper was shorter than 297mm.
J - 10 Flapper Area Jam 1. Either Flapper Position Sensor Signal (P_FLAP) or
Paper Size Signal does not change from L to H within
a specified time since the machine has started to feed
the roll paper from the Roll Wait Position.
2. Either Flapper Position Sensor Signal (P_FLAP) or
Paper Size Signal does not change from L to H within
a specified time since the machine has started
rewinding the roll paper toward the Roll Wait Position.

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Error Code Name of the error Error condition
J - 11 Inner Transport Area Jam 1. Either Paper Entry Sensor Signal (P_ENT) or Paper
Gate Sensor Signal (P_GATE) is L at the time you
turn on the machine.
2. The Paper Gate Sensor Signal (P_GATE) does not
change from H to L within a specified time since the
machine has started feeding the roll paper from the
Roll Wait Position.
J - 12 Separation Area Jam 1. The Paper Separation Sensor Signal (P_SEP) is L at
the time you turn on the machine.
2. The Paper Separation Sensor Signal (P_SEP) does
not change from H to L within a specified time since
the machine has started feeding the paper from the
Paper Entry Position.
J - 13 Exit Area Jam (Delay) The Paper Exit Sensor Signal (P_EXIT) does not change
from L to H within a specified time since the machine has
started feeding the paper from the Paper Entry Position.
J - 14 Exit Area Jam (Stay) 1. The Paper Exit Sensor Signal (P_EXIT) is H at the
time you turn on the machine.
2. The Paper Exit Sensor Signal (P_EXIT) once changes
from L to H during printing.
But after that it does not change from H to L within a
specified time since the Paper Gate Sensor Signal
(P_GATE) has changed from L to H.
3. The Paper Transportation Signal (P_TRANS) is stable
for a specified time and also the Paper Transportation
Error Signal (RY_ST) changes from L to H when the
paper is going through the Transportation Detection
Area.
U - 01 1st Roll Deck Open Error The 1st Roll Deck is opened.
U - 02 2nd Roll Deck Open Error The 2nd Roll Deck is opened.
U - 03 3rd Roll Deck Open Error The 3rd Roll Deck is opened.
U - 04 4th Roll Deck Open Error The 4th Roll Deck is opened.
U - 05 Upper Frame / Upper 1. The Upper Frame Assembly is opened.
Cover 1 Open Error 2. The Upper Cover 1 is opened.
U - 06 Heater Unit Open Error Heater Unit is opened.
Toner Low The quantity of toner becomes smaller than a specified
level.

Roll Empty 1. No roll paper is loaded on the selected Roll Deck.


2. The roll paper in the selected Roll Deck is emptied
while printing or detecting the roll paper size.

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7.1.2 Call Service Errors
Following errors are Call Service Errors which can be fixed by the service personnel.

Error Code Name of the error Error condition


E - 01 Fuser Temperature Rising 1. Fuser temperature does start rising up within 120
Error seconds since you have turned on the machine.
2. Fuser temperature becomes colder than 70 degrees
centigrade since the machine has been ready.
E - 02 Fuser Over Temperature Fuser temperature exceeds 230 degrees centigrade
Error since the machine has been ready.
E - 04 Developer Error 1. Toner Cartridge Home Position Signal (CG_HP) is still
L although 30 seconds has passed since you turned
on the machine.
2. Connector (J29) to the Developer Unit is disconnected.
(DEVCN = “L”, when it is connected.)
E - 06 Counter Error 1. The Status Signal continues to be L for more than
100 milliseconds when the Counter is counting.
2. The Status Signal continues to be H for more than
100 milliseconds when the Counter is not counting.
E - 07 Cutter Error 1. Cutter is not at the home position when the Cutter
Motor is not rotating.
2. It takes longer than 1.5 seconds to move the Cutter
from one home position to another one.
E - 16 Wire Cleaning Error The Wire Cleaning Motor Over Current Signal
(WCMTR_OC) continues to be H for more than 90
seconds during wire cleaning.
E - 21 Fuser Thermostat Error Thermostat is open-circuited.
E - 28 Fuser Agitator Fan Error The Agitator Fan Rotation Feedback Signal (AGFAN_ST)
continues to be H for more than 3seconds when the
Agitator Fan is rotating.
E - 40 Folder Error Any error signal is inputted from the Folder Unit.
(Door open or jam)
E - 41 Key Card Error Key card is not set when Key Card Mode is selected.

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7.2 Error Troubleshooting

7.2.1 Call Operator Errors

(1) “J-01” 1st Roll Deck Jam

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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Setting condition 1 Is the roll paper in the 1st Roll No Set it properly.
of roll paper Deck set properly?
Paper Set 2 Check the status of Paper Set No 1. Check the wire of
Sensor 1 Sensor Signal (RPSET1) in the Paper Set Sensor 1.
(PH1A) Input / Output Checking Mode. 2. If the wire has no
(Signal Code of RPSET1 is “1- problem, replace the
81”.) Paper Set Sensor 1
with the new one.
Is it “L” when the roll paper is
set?

NOTE
Refer to the page 8-11 as for
the Input / Output Checking
Mode.

Paper End Clock 3 Confirm Clock Signal of Roll 1. Check the Belt for
Sensor (PH2A) Paper (RPCLK1) using Input / Paper End Clock
Output Checking Mode. Sensor.
(Service Mode “1-80”) 2. If the wire has no
Signal “L” and “H” is indicated problem, replace the
alternately, while Roll Paper is Paper End Clock
fed. Sensor.
Roll Feed Motor 4 Draw out Roll Deck, turn Paper No 1. If the wire has no
(M2) Feeding Roller Knob and feed problem, replace the
paper approx. 20cm. Roll Feeder Board,
Leave the tab of the Roll paper ‘PW6623”.
outside of the machine, close 2. Replace Roll Feed
the Roll Deck. Motor, “M2”.
Is the Roll paper drew in approx.
5cm before “J-01” is indicated?

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(2) “J-02” 2nd Roll Deck Jam

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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Setting condition 1 Is the roll paper in the 2nd Roll No Set it properly.
of roll paper Deck set properly?
Paper Set 2 Check the status of Paper Set No 1. Check the wire of
Sensor 2 Sensor Signal (RPSET2) in the Paper Set Sensor 2.
(PH1B) Input / Output Checking Mode. 2. If the wire has no
(Signal Code of RPSET2 is problem, replace the
“83”.) Paper Set Sensor 2
with the new one.
Is it “L” when the roll paper is
set?

NOTE
Refer to the page 8-11 as for
the Input / Output Checking
Mode.

Paper End Clock 3 Confirm Clock Signal of Roll 1. Check the Belt for
Sensor (PH2B) Paper (RPCLK1) using Input / Paper End Clock
Output Checking Mode. Sensor.
(Service Mode “1-82”) 2. If the wire has no
Signal “L” and “H” is indicated problem, replace the
alternately, while Roll Paper is Paper End Clock
fed. Sensor.
Roll Feed Motor 4 Draw out Roll Deck, turn Paper No 1. If the wire has no
(M2) Feeding Roller Knob and feed problem, replace the
paper approx. 20cm. Roll Feeder Board,
Leave the tab of the Roll paper ‘PW6623”.
outside of the machine, close 2. Replace Roll Feed
the Roll Deck. Motor, “M2”.
Is the Roll paper drew in approx.
5cm before “J-02” is indicated?

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(3) “J-03” 3rd Roll Deck Jam

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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Setting condition 1 Is the roll paper in the 3rd Roll No Set it properly.
of roll paper Deck set properly?
Paper Set 2 Check the status of Paper Set No 1. Check the wire of
Sensor 3 Sensor Signal (RPSET3) in the Paper Set Sensor 3.
(PH1C) Input / Output Checking Mode. 2. If the wire has no
(Signal Code of RPSET2 is problem, replace the
“85”.) Paper Set Sensor 3
with the new one.
Is it “L” when the roll paper is
set?

NOTE
Refer to the page 8-11 as for
the Input / Output Checking
Mode.

Paper End Clock 3 Confirm Clock Signal of Roll 1. Check the Belt for
Sensor (PH2C) Paper (RPCLK1) using Input / Paper End Clock
Output Checking Mode. Sensor.
(Service Mode “1-84”) 2. If the wire has no
Signal “L” and “H” is indicated problem, replace the
alternately, while Roll Paper is Paper End Clock
fed. Sensor.
Roll Feed Motor 4 Draw out Roll Deck, turn Paper No 1. If the wire has no
(M2) Feeding Roller Knob and feed problem, replace the
paper approx. 20cm. Roll Feeder Board,
Leave the tab of the Roll paper ‘PW6623”.
outside of the machine, close 2. Replace Roll Feed
the Roll Deck. Motor, “M2”.
Is the Roll paper drew in approx.
5cm before “J-03” is indicated?

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(4) “J-04” 4th Roll Deck Jam

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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Setting condition 1 Is the roll paper in the 4th Roll No Set it properly.
of roll paper Deck set properly?
Paper Set 2 Check the status of Paper Set No 1. Check the wire of
Sensor 4 Sensor Signal (RPSET4) in the Paper Set Sensor 4.
(PH1D) Input / Output Checking Mode. 2. If the wire has no
(Signal Code of RPSET2 is problem, replace the
“87”.) Paper Set Sensor 4
with the new one.
Is it “L” when the roll paper is
set?

NOTE
Refer to the page 8-11 as for
the Input / Output Checking
Mode.
Paper End Clock 3 Confirm Clock Signal of Roll 1. Check the Belt for
Sensor (PH2D) Paper (RPCLK1) using Input / Paper End Clock
Output Checking Mode. Sensor.
(Service Mode “1-86”) 2. If the wire has no
Signal “L” and “H” is indicated problem, replace the
alternately, while Roll Paper is Paper End Clock
fed. Sensor.
Roll Feed Motor 4 Draw out Roll Deck, turn Paper No 1. If the wire has no
(M2) Feeding Roller Knob and feed problem, replace the
paper approx. 20cm. Roll Feeder Board,
Leave the tab of the Roll paper ‘PW6623”.
outside of the machine, close 2. Replace Roll Feed
the Roll Deck. Motor, “M2”.
Is the Roll paper drew in approx.
5cm before “J-04” is indicated?

(5) “J-05” Cut Sheet Paper Feeding Jam

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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Setting condition 1 Is the cut sheet paper set to the No Set it properly.
of cut sheet paper Bypass Feeder properly? Use a longer cut sheet
Is it longer than 297mm? paper than 297mm.

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(6) “J-10” Flapper Area Jam

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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Jam 1 Did a jam occur between Cutter Yes Remove the paper.
Unit and Paper Gate Roller?
Sensors 2 Select the Input / Output No 1. Check the wire of
(PH3, PH4, PH5 Checking Mode, and check sensor of which
and PH6) whether or not the following status is abnormal.
sensors work properly. 2. If the wire has no
problem, replace the
1. Paper Position Sensor sensor with the new
(Signal Code is “7F”.) one.
2. Flapper Position Sensor
(Signal Code is “43”.)
3. Paper Entry Sensor
(Signal Code is “2C”.)
4. Paper Gate Sensor
(Signal Code is “2D”.)

Is the status “H” when each


sensor does not detect the
paper?
And is it “L” when each sensor
detects the paper?

NOTE
Refer to the page 8-11 as for
the Input / Output Checking
Mode.
Driving part 3 Select the Function Checking Yes Replace the defective
Mode, and try to make the part with the new one.
following parts work alone.

1. Flapper Clutch (MC3)


(Signal Code is “1B”.)
2. Paper Gate Clutch (MC4)
(Signal Code is “34”.)

And also, check whether or not


the following parts work by just
looking while making a print.

3. Main Motor
4. Roll Feed Motor

Is there any part that does not


work?

NOTE
Refer to the page 8-18 as for
the Function Checking Mode.

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(7) “J-11” Gate Roller Section Jam

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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Jam 1 Did a jam occur at the Inner Yes Remove the paper.
Transport Area?
Sensors 2 Select the Input / Output No 1. Check the wire of
(PH5 and PH6) Checking Mode, and check sensor of which
whether or not the following status is abnormal.
sensors work properly. 2. If the wire has no
problem, replace the
1. Paper Entry Sensor sensor with the new
(Signal Code is “2C”.) one.
2. Paper Gate Sensor
(Signal Code is “2D”.)

Is the status “H” when each


sensor does not detect the
paper?
And is it “L” when each sensor
detects the paper?

NOTE
Refer to the page 8-11 as for
the Input / Output Checking
Mode.
Driving part 3 Select the Function Checking Yes Replace the defective
Mode, and try to make the part with the new one.
following parts work alone.

1. Flapper Clutch (MC3)


(Signal Code is “1B”.)
2. Paper Gate Clutch (MC4)
(Signal Code is “34”.)

And also, check whether or not


the following parts work by just
looking while making a print.

3. Main Motor
4. Roll Feed Motor

Is there any part that does not


work?

NOTE
Refer to the page 8-18 as for
the Function Checking Mode.

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(8) “J-12” Separation Area Jam

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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Jam 1 Did a jam occur at the Yes Remove the paper.
Separation Area?
Sensor 2 Select the Input / Output No 1. Check the wire of
(PH7) Checking Mode, and check sensor.
whether or not the following 2. If the wire has no
sensor work properly. problem, replace the
sensor with the new
1. Paper Separation Sensor one.
(Signal Code is “2E”.)

Is the status “H” when the


sensor does not detect the
paper?
And is it “L” when the sensor
detects the paper?

NOTE
Refer to the page 8-11 as for
the Input / Output Checking
Mode.

Tr / Sep Corona 3 Is the Corona Head set? No. Set the Corona Head
Or is the Corona wire broken? properly, or replace the
Corona wire.
High Voltage 4 Is the High Voltage (HV3) No. Replace HV3
Power Supply applied properly?

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(9) “J-13” Exit Area Jam (Delay)

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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Jam 1 Did a jam occur at the Exit Yes Remove the paper.
Area?
Sensor 2 Select the Input / Output No 1. Check the wire of
(PH8) Checking Mode, and check sensor.
whether or not the following 2. If the wire has no
sensor work properly. problem, replace the
sensor with the new
1. Paper Exit Sensor one.
(Signal Code is “2F”.)

Is the status “L” when the


sensor does not detect the
paper?
And is it “H” when the sensor
detects the paper?

NOTE
Refer to the page 8-11 as for
the Input / Output Checking
Mode.
Driving part 3 Select the Function Checking No Replace the Fuser
(SL1) Mode, and try to make the Shutter Solenoid with the
following part work alone. new one.
Clean the Fuser Shutter.
1. Fuser Shutter Solenoid
(Signal Codes are “4C” and
“4D”.)

CAUTION
Do not make the above
signals be “H” for more than
10 seconds because the
Fuser Shutter Solenoid may
be broken.

Is the Fuser Shutter moved?

NOTE
Refer to the page 8-18 as for
the Function Checking Mode.

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(10) “J-14” Exit Area Jam (Stay)

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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Jam 1 Did a jam occur between Yes Remove the paper.
Separation Area and Exit Area?
Sensor 2 Select the Input / Output No 1. Check the wire of
(PH8) Checking Mode, and check sensor.
whether or not the following 2. If the wire has no
sensor work properly. problem, replace the
sensor with the new
1. Paper Exit Sensor one.
(Signal Code is “2F”.)

Is the status “L” when the


sensor does not detect the
paper?
And is it “H” when the sensor
detects the paper?

NOTE
Refer to the page 8-11 as for
the Input / Output Checking
Mode.
Detection of 3 Check the signal of the following No 1. Check the connector
paper points with a multi-meter rotating of the Sensor.
transportation the Paper Transportation Roller. 2. Replace either Paper
(PH9 and Transportation Sensor
PW6650) 1. J45-2 of Paper or DC Driver PCB
Transportation Sensor (PH9) (PW6650) with the
2. J502-8 of the DC Driver PCB new one.
(PW6650)

Is a clock pulse outputted from


these points?

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(11) “U-01” 1st Roll Deck Open Error

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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1st Roll Deck 1 Is the 1st Roll Deck opened? Yes Close it.
Micro Switches 2 Is each Micro Switch firmly No Replace the Micro
(MS4A and pressed when you close the 1st Switch.
MS4B) Roll Deck? Yes Install the 1st Roll Deck
to the machine properly.
Roll Feeder PCB 3 Check the voltage at J253-2 on No Check whether or not
(PW6623) the Roll Feeder PCB with a any wire is broken
multi-meter. between Roll Feeder
Is it 0V when the 1st Roll Deck PCB and Micro Switches
is closed? (MS4A and MS4B).
Yes Replace the Roll Feeder
PCB with the new one.

(12) “U-02” 2nd Roll Deck Open Error

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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2nd Roll Deck 1 Is the 2nd Roll Deck opened? Yes Close it.
Micro Switches 2 Is each Micro Switch firmly No Replace the Micro
(MS5A and pressed when you close the 2nd Switch.
MS5B) Roll Deck? Yes Install the 2nd Roll Deck
to the machine properly.
Roll Feeder PCB 3 Check the voltage at J253-4 on No Check whether or not
(PW6623) the Roll Feeder PCB with a any wire is broken
multi-meter. between Roll Feeder
Is it 0V when the 2nd Roll Deck PCB and Micro Switches
is closed? (MS5A and MS5B).
Yes Replace the Roll Feeder
PCB with the new one.

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(13) “U-03” 3rd Roll Deck Open Error

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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3rd Roll Deck 1 Is the 3rd Roll Deck opened? Yes Close it.
Micro Switches 2 Is each Micro Switch firmly No Replace the Micro
(MS6A and pressed when you close the 3rd Switch.
MS6B) Roll Deck? Yes Install the 3rd Roll Deck
to the machine properly.
Roll Feeder PCB 3 Check the voltage at J253-6 on No Check whether or not
(PW6623) the Roll Feeder PCB with a any wire is broken
multi-meter. between Roll Feeder
Is it 0V when the 3rd Roll Deck PCB and Micro Switches
is closed? (MS6A and MS6B).
Yes Replace the Roll Feeder
PCB with the new one.

(14) “U-04” 4th Roll Deck Open Error

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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4th Roll Deck 1 Is the 4th Roll Deck opened? Yes Close it.
Micro Switches 2 Is each Micro Switch firmly No Replace the Micro
(MS7A and pressed when you close the 4th Switch.
MS7B) Roll Deck? Yes Install the 4th Roll Deck
to the machine properly.
Roll Feeder PCB 3 Check the voltage at J253-8 on No Check whether or not
(PW6623) the Roll Feeder PCB with a any wire is broken
multi-meter. between Roll Feeder
Is it 0V when the 4th Roll Deck PCB and Micro Switches
is closed? (MS7A and MS7B).
Yes Replace the Roll Feeder
PCB with the new one.

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(15) “U-05” Upper Frame / Upper Cover 1 Open Error

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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Upper Frame 1 Is the Upper Frame Assembly Yes Close it.
Assembly opened?
Upper Cover 1 2 Is the Upper Cover 1 opened? Yes Close it.
Micro Switches 3 Check the voltage at J106-7 on No Replace the defective
(MS1A, MS1B the AC Terminal PCB (PW6610) switch with the new one.
and MS2) with a multi-meter.
(Check switches in the order as
MS1A, MS1B and MS2.)

Is it 24Vdc?
AC Terminal PCB 4 Check the voltage at J105-8 on No Replace the AC Terminal
(PW6610) the AC Terminal PCB (PW6610) PCB with the new one.
with a multi-meter.

Is it 0Vdc?
Wires 5 Check the wires among AC No Connect the wires
Terminal PCB, DC Driver PCB properly
and DC Controller PCB. Yes Replace the DC
Are wires connected properly? Controller PCB with the
new one.

(16) “U-06” Heater Unit Open Error

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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Heater Unit 1 Is the Heater Unit opened? Yes Close it.
Micro Switches 2 Check the voltage at J106-4 on No Replace the defective
(MS3A and the AC Terminal PCB (PW6610) switch with the new one.
MS3B) with a multi-meter.
(Check switches in the order as
MS3A and MS3B.)

Is it 24Vdc?
AC Terminal PCB 3 Check the voltage at J105-7 on No Replace the AC Terminal
(PW6610) the AC Terminal PCB (PW6610) PCB with the new one.
with a multi-meter.

Is it 0Vdc?
Wires 4 Check the wires between AC No Connect the wires
Terminal PCB and DC properly
Controller PCB. Yes Replace the DC
Are wires connected properly? Controller PCB with the
new one.

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(17) Toner Low

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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Quantity of toner 1 Is there enough toner in the No Supply the Hopper with
in the Hopper Hopper? the toner.
Toner Motor 2 Select the Function Checking No Check the wires among
(M5) Mode, and try to make the Toner Motor, DC
Toner Motor work alone. Controller PCB and
(Its Signal Code is “3-3C”.) Driver PCB (PW6654).
If there is no problem on
Is the Toner Motor rotated? wires, replace the Toner
Motor with the new one.
NOTE
Refer to the page 8-18 as for
the Function Checking Mode.
Toner Sensor 3 Confirm that the Toner Sensor is No Replace the Toner
(TLS1) buried under the toner. Sensor with the new
Then, enter the Service Mode one.
and select the Analog Data Yes Replace the DC
Checking Mode. Controller PCB with the
Select the Sub Mode Number new one.
“2-0C” to check the analog
voltage sent from the Toner
Sensor.

Is it 5.00V or near value?

NOTE
Refer to the page 8-15 as for
the Analog Data Checking
Mode.

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(18) Roll Empty

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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Roll paper 1 Is the roll paper in the selected Yes Load a new roll paper.
Roll Deck emptied?
Setting condition 2 Is the roll paper in the selected Yes Set it properly.
of roll paper Roll Deck slackened too much?
Paper End Clock 3 Select the Input / Output No 1. Check whether or not
Sensor Checking Mode, and check the Roll Paper Spool
whether or not the following is set properly.
sensors work properly. 2. Check the wires of
each sensor.
1. 1st Paper End Clock Sensor 3. If there is no problem
(Signal Code is “1-80”.) on Roll Paper Spool
2. 2nd Paper End Clock Sensor and wires, replace the
(Signal Code is “1-82”.) defective sensor with
3. 3rd Paper End Clock Sensor the new one.
(Signal Code is “1-84”.) Yes Replace either Roll
4. 4th Paper End Clock Sensor Feeder PCB (PW6623)
(Signal Code is “1-86”.) or DC Controller PCB
(PW6620) with the new
Is the status switched between one.
“H” and “L” when the roll paper
is transported?

NOTE
Refer to the page 8-11 as for
the Input / Output Checking
Mode.

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7.2.2 Call Service Errors
(1) “E-01” Fuser Temperature Rising Error

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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Error mask 1 Have you ever masked the error No Enter the Service Mode,
in the Error Check Masking select the Error Check
Mode since “E-01” occurred? Masking Mode and mask
“E-01”.
NOTE (Its Mask Code is
Refer to the page 8-102 as for “6-00”.)
the Error Check Masking
Mode.
Wires 2 Are wires connected properly No Connect the wires
among Heater, SSR1 and properly.
Thermistors 1 and 2?
Heater (H1) 3 Disconnect the Power Cord, and No Replace the Heater Unit
then check the resistance of the with the new one.
Heater with a multi-meter.

Is there the following resistance


on the Heater?

120V machine : 5 to 10 ohm


220-240V machine : 20 to 30
ohm
Thermistors 4 Confirm that the Fuser Unit is Yes Replace the Thermistor
(TH1 and TH2) colder than 100 degrees with the new one.
centigrade.
Then, enter the Service Mode
and select the Analog Data
Checking Mode.
Select Sub Mode Numbers “08”
and “09” to check the analog
voltage sent from Thermistors.

TH1 : Sub Mode No.2-08


TH2 : Sub Mode No.2-09

Is the analog voltage 3.00V or


larger value?

NOTE
Refer to the page 8-15 as for
the Analog Data Checking
Mode.
DC Driver PCB 5 (See the next page.)
(PW6650)
Relay (RY2) 6 (See the next page.)
SSR (SSR1) 7 (See the next page.)

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Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment
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DC Driver PCB 5 Confirm that the machine is No Replace the DC Driver
(PW6650) turned on. PCB (PW6650) with the
Then, check the voltage of new one.
orange lead line and gray one
which are on the coil side of
Relay (RY2).

Is the following voltage is kept


on each lead line?

Orange lead line : 24V


Gray lead line : 0V
Relay (RY2) 6 Confirm that the machine is No Replace the Relay 2
turned on. (RY2) with the new one.
Then, check the voltage on the
Heater side of Relay (RY2).

Is the following rated voltage


kept on that point?

120V machine : 120V


220-240V machine : 230V
SSR (SSR1) 7 Confirm that the machine is Yes Replace the SSR1 with
turned on. the new one.
Then, check the voltage at No Replace the DC
J208-20 on the DC Controller Controller PCB with the
PCB with a multi-meter. new one.

Is it 0V?

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(2) “E-02” Fuser Over Temperature Error

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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Error mask 1 Have you ever masked the error No Enter the Service Mode,
in the Error Check Masking select the Error Check
Mode since “E-02” occurred? Masking Mode and mask
“E-02”.
NOTE (Its Mask Code is “01”.)
Refer to the page 8-102 as for
the Error Check Masking
Mode.
Wires 2 Are wires connected properly No Connect the wires
among SSR1, Relay2, properly.
Thermistors and DC Driver
PCB?
SSR1 3 Enter the Service Mode and Yes Replace the SSR1 with
select the Analog Data the new one.
Checking Mode.
Select Sub Mode Numbers “0d”
and “0E” to check the Fuser
temperature.

No.0d : Side
No.0E : Center

Also, check the voltage at


J208-20 on the DC Controller
PCB with a multi-meter.

Does the fusing temperature


(value of “0d” or “0E”) rise up
gradually when the voltage at
J208-20 is 24V?

NOTE
Refer to the page 8-15 as for
the Analog Data Checking
Mode.
Thermistors 4 (See the next page.)
(TH1 and TH2)

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Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment
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Thermistors 4 Confirm that the Fuser Unit is No Replace the Thermistor
(TH1 and TH2) colder than 100 degrees with the new one.
centigrade.
Then, enter the Service Mode
and select the Analog Data
Checking Mode.
Select Sub Mode Numbers “08”
and “09” to check the analog
voltage sent from Thermistors.

TH1 : Sub Mode No.2-08


TH2 : Sub Mode No.2-09

Is the analog voltage 3.00V or


larger value?

(Reference)
When the fusing temperature
reaches the specified degree,
the analog voltage becomes
about 1V.

NOTE
Refer to the page 8-15 as for
the Analog Data Checking
Mode.

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(3) “E-04” Developer Error

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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Wires 1 Are wires connected properly No Connect the wires
among Cartridge Home Position properly.
Sensor (PH10), DC Controller
PCB, Driver PCB B and
Cartridge Motor?
Is the connector of Developer
Unit connected properly?
Cartridge Motor 2 Turn off the machine, and then No Replace either Cartridge
(M6) turn it on again. Motor or Driver PCB B
Driver PCB B Is the cartridge moved at that (PW6654) with the new
(PW6654) time? one.
Cartridge Home 3 Enter the Service Mode, select No Replace the Cartridge
Position Sensor the Input / Output Checking Home Position Sensor
(PH10) Mode, and select the Signal with the new one.
Code “40”.
(Its Signal Code is “40”.)

Then, turn off the machine and


turn it on again.
Is the status of Cartridge Home
Position Sensor changed from L
to H a little later after turning on
the machine?

NOTE
Refer to the page 8-11 as for
the Input / Output Checking
Mode.

(4) “E-06” Counter Error

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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Wires 1 Are wires connected properly No Connect the wires
between Counter and DC properly.
Controller PCB?
Counter 2 Check the voltage at J208-11 on Yes Replace the Counter
the DC Controller PCB while with the new one.
making a print. No Replace the DC
Is the voltage at that point Controller PCB with the
changes from 24V to 0V new one.
momentarily when the exited
print length is about 1m?

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(5) “E-07” Cutter Error

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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Wires 1 Are wires connected properly No Connect the wires
between Cutter Unit and Roll properly.
Feeder PCB?
Cutter Home 2 Enter the Service Mode, select No Replace the Cutter Unit
Position Switches the Input / Output Checking with the new one.
(MS8A and Mode, and check the status of
MS8B) Cutter Home Position Switches.

1. Cutter Home Position Switch


(Left)
(Its Signal Code is “90”.)
2. Cutter Home Position Switch
(Right)
(Its Signal Code is “91”.)

Is the status of either switch “L”,


and the other “H”?

NOTE
Refer to the page 8-11 as for
the Input / Output Checking
Mode.
Cutter Motor (M3) 3 Does the Cutter Motor rotate? No Replace the Cutter Unit
with the new one.
Yes Replace the Roll Feeder
PCB with the new one.

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(6) “E-16” Wire Cleaning Error

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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Wires 1 Are wires between Imaging No Connect the wires
Charger and Driver PCB properly.
(PW6652) connected properly?
Wire Cleaning 2 Enter the Service Mode, select No Replace the Wire
Motor (M4) the Factory Adjustment Mode, Cleaning Motor with the
and try to rotate the Wire new one.
Cleaning Motor. Yes Replace the Driver PCB
(Its Sub Mode Number is “04”.) (PW6652) with the new
one.
Is the Wire Cleaning Motor
rotated?

NOTE
Refer to the page 8-123 as for
the Factory Adjustment Mode.
Imaging Charger 3 Enter the Service Mode, select No Replace the Imaging
the Factory Adjustment Mode, Charger with the new
and try to rotate the Wire one.
Cleaning Motor. Yes Replace the DC
(Its Sub Mode Number is “04”.) Controller PCB with the
new one.
Is the Wire Cleaning Pad stayed
at the left end?

NOTE
Refer to the page 8-123 as for
the Factory Adjustment Mode.

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(7) “E-21” Fuser Thermostat Error

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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Wires 1 Are wires connected properly No Connect the wires
among Thermostat, AC properly.
Terminal PCB and DC
Controller PCB?
Thermostat 2 Check the resistance of the No Replace the Thermostat
(TS1) Thermostat. with the new one.
Is there any resistance?
AC Terminal PCB 3 Check the voltage at J106-1 and No Replace the AC Terminal
(PW6610) J105-6 on the AC Terminal PCB PCB with the new one.
with a multi-meter. Yes Replace the DC
Does the voltage of J105-6 Controller PCB with the
show 0Vdc when that of J106-1 new one.
shows 24Vdc?

(8) “E-28” Fuser Agitator Fan Error

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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Wires 1 Are wires connected properly No Connect the wires
between Agitator Fan and DC properly.
Controller PCB?

Driver PCB 2 Check the voltage at J61-3 of No Replace Agitator Fan.


(PW0455) Driver PCB while Agitator Fan is
working, whether it is 0V. Yes Replace Driver PCB
(PW0455)

DC Driver PCB 3 Enter the Service Mode and Yes Replace the DC Driver
(PW6650) select the Function Checking PCB (PW6650) with the
Mode. new one.
Select the Sub Mode Number
“3-39” and make the Agitator
Fan work alone.

While making the Agitator Fan


work, check the voltage
at J503-6 whether it is 0V.

NOTE
Refer to the page 8-18 as for
the Function Checking Mode.

Agitator Fan 4 Check the voltage at J206-24 on No Replace the Agitator Fan
(FAN2) the DC Controller PCB with a with the new one.
multi-meter. Yes Replace the DC
Is it 0V when the Agitator Fan is Controller PCB with the
working? new one.

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(9) “E-40” Folder Error

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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Folder Unit 1 Is an error occurred on the Yes Clear the error.
(Option) optional Folder Unit?
Wires 2 Are wires connected properly No Connect the wires
among Transmission PCB, properly.
Reception PCB and DC
Controller PCB?
Transmission 3 Try to replace each Yes OK
PCB Transmission PCB and No Replace the DC
(PW5490) Reception PCB. Controller PCB with the
Reception PCB Can you fix the problem? new one.
(PW5491)

(10) “E-41” Key Card Error

Cause Checking Checking Result Treatment


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Key Card Unit 1 Is there any problem on the Key No Fix the problem.
Card Unit?
Service Mode 2 Is the setting of Key Card No Change the setting
decided in the Service Mode properly.
proper? Yes Replace the DC
Controller with the new
NOTE one.
As for the setting of Key Card,
refer to the page 8-79.

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7.3 Image Quality Troubleshooting
Each following list shows the method to fix the trouble. When you face to one of the following troubles,
refer to the section “Cause” in the list. Following the “Checking order”, answer the question of the
“Checking item” by either “Yes” or “No”. If your answer is same with the “Result”, do as mentioned in
the “Treatment”.
If your answer is different from the “Result”, go on to the next “Cause”.

Since many adjustments and checks are explained in the Service Mode, refer to the concerning pages
in order to sure understanding these adjustments and checks.
(After finishing each treatment, print out Test Patterns No.1 and No.3 for checking whether the
defective image is cleared or not. If required, print out another pattern.)

7.3.1 Basic Image Adjustment

Before adjustment, confirm the Specifications of the machine.


Japan : 100VAC
North America : 120VAC
Europe : 220-240VAC

Related Serv. Check point Measurement Corona


VR Mode Height
(Indic (L=R)
ation)
Image Corona VR101 03-51 CP11 - -1.3VDC
(351) CPCOM (means -1.3 mA)
8mm

Transfer Corona VR201 03-52 TP201 10.0 +/-0.5VDC


(352)
04-1d CP21 - 1.0V(Plain paper) 13mm
(41d) CP22 (equals +1.0mA)
04-1E 1.0V(Tracing paper)
(41E) (equals +1.0mA)
04-1F 1.2V(Film)
(41F) (equals +1.2mA)
Separation Corona VR302 03-53 CP31 - 4.60 VDC
S2
(353) CPCOM (equals 4.60KVrms) S1
11mm 13mm
VR303 CP32 -GND -250VDC

Developer Bias 03-54 TP200 10.1 +/-0.5VDC


Output 2 VR402 (354) OP2 -280VDC
(Development Roller) 04-0d
Output 1 VR601 (40d) OP1 -500VDC
(Toner Supply Roller)
Output 3 VR501 OP3 Japan : -300VDC
(Regulation Roller) North
America : -320VDC
Europe : -300VDC
Output 2 (positive) VR401 OP2 +350VDC
CN302-5 =
“H”

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7.3.2 Image Issues
(1) Too light image (Only the halftone image)

(Print out Test Pattern No.1 and No.3 for checking. If required, print out another pattern.)

Cause Checking Checking Item Result Treatment


order
1 Was this problem cleared after basic image Yes OK
adjustment is done?

LED Head 2 Is the Lens Array of the LED Head dirty? Yes Clean it.

Copying media 3 Can you fix the problem if you use an newly Yes 1. Since the copying media is
unpacked copying media? humidified, advise your
customer of proper way to store
the copying media.
2. Explain to your customer that
in case other than
recommended paper is used,
there is a possibility that image
quality gets worse a little.

Image Corona 4 Is the Image Corona dirty? Yes Clean the whole unit, or replace
the Corona Wire with the new one.

Is the height of the Corona Wire proper? No Adjust it properly.

Is a proper power supplied to the Image No Adjust or replace the High Voltage
Corona? Power Supply.

Pre-exposure Lamp 5 Does the Pre-exposure Lamp light up No Check whether the connector is
correctly? connected or not to the Pre-
exposure Lamp.
Or check or replace the
Pre-exposure Lamp PCB.

Transfer / Separation 6 Is the Transfer / Separation Corona dirty? Yes Clean the whole unit, or replace
Corona the Corona Wire with the new one.

Is a proper power supplied to the Transfer No Adjust or replace the High Voltage
Corona? Power Supply.

Contact Point of the 7 Does the Contact Point of the Developer Bias No Contact it firmly to the Developer
Developer Bias firmly touch the Developer Unit? Unit.
Grease it with the electrically
conductive grease.

Developer Bias Power 8 Can you fix the problem if you replace the Yes OK.
Supply Developer Bias Power Supply with the new
one?
Set Position of Developer 9 Is the pushing Cam of the Developer Unit No Check Cartridge Motor whether it
Unit stopping at a correct position? is pushing Developer Unit properly.
Check Developer Pushing Cam.

Developer Unit 10 Is the Development Roller covered with the No Check the Developer Unit for
toner evenly? finding out the cause.

11 Replace Photo Conductive Drum

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(2) Too light image (Halftone and solid black)

(Print out Test Pattern No.1 and No.3 for checking. If required, print out another pattern.)

Cause Checking Checking Item Result Treatment


order
1 Does the image get better after basic image Yes OK
adjustment is done?

2 Turn the Main Switch off during printing cycle. No Skip to item 9
Then slide the Process Unit to right side in
order to make Photo Conductive Drum free.
Check if the image on Photo Conductive Drum
is normal before transportation.

Transfer Transfer / 3 Is the Transfer / Separation Corona set firmly? No Set Transfer / Separation Corona
Separation firmly.
Corona
Is there a leaking on Transfer / Separation Yes Clean the Transfer / Separation
Corona? Corona, and set it correctly.

Copying media 4 Can you fix the problem if you use a newly Yes 1. Since the copying media is
unpacked copying media? humidified, advise your
customer of proper way to store
the copying media.
2. Explain to your customer that
in case other than
recommended paper is used,
there is a possibility that image
quality gets worse a little.

Lead Wire of 5 Does it have a proper resistance? No Replace the Lead Wire.
HVP (High The resistance of the Lead Wire is approx.
Voltage Power 10k-ohms.
Supply)

HV2 6 Is a proper voltage supplied to the Transfer No Adjust or replace the High Voltage
Corona? Power Supply.

DC Controller 7 Is the signal confirmed properly? No Replace the DC Controller.

Contact Point of 8 Does the Contact Point of the Developer Bias No Contact it firmly to the Developer
the Developer firmly touch the Developer Unit? Unit.
Bias Grease it with the electrically
conductive grease.

Defective Developer Unit 9 Is the Development Roller covered with the No Check the Developer Unit for
Develop- toner evenly? finding out the cause.
ment

10 Confirm if the Developer Unit is set properly. No Set Developer Unit properly.
(Confirm that Spacer Roller of Developer Unit
is tightly contacted to Photo Conductive Drum.)

Set Position of 11 Is the pushing Cam of the Developer Unit No Check Cartridge Motor whether it
Developer Unit stopping at a correct position? is pushing Developer Unit properly.
Check Developer Pushing Cam.

Toner Sensor 12 Is there enough toner in the Developer Unit? No 1. Check Toner Sensor.
2. Check connector and
conductivity of harness.

Yes Replace Photo Conductive Drum.

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(3) Extremely light image (The whole image)

(Print out Test Pattern No.1 and No.3 for checking. If required, print out another pattern.)

Cause Checking Checking Item Result Treatment


order
1 Does the image get better after basic image Yes OK
adjustment is done?

2 Turn the Main Switch off during printing cycle. No Skip to item 9.
Then slide the Process Unit to right side in
order to make Photo Conductive Drum free.
Check if the image on Photo Conductive Drum
is normal before transportation.

Development Driving System 3 Is the Development Roller rotating? No Check the Driving System of
Developer Unit.

Defective Transfer / 4 Is the Transfer / Separation Corona set firmly? No Set Transfer / Separation Corona
Transfer Separation firmly.
Corona

Is there a leaking on Transfer / Separation Yes Clean the Transfer / Separation


Corona? Corona, and set it correctly.

Lead Wire of 5 Does it have a proper resistance? No Replace the Lead Wire.
HVP The resistance of the Lead Wire is approx.
10k-ohms.

HV2 6 Is a proper voltage supplied to the Transfer No Adjust or replace the High Voltage
Corona? Power Supply.

DC Controller 7 Is the signal confirmed properly? No Replace the DC Controller.

Copying media 8 Can you get much darker image if you use a Yes Use a new Roll.
newly unpacked copying media? Use a different type of material of
Roll.

Defective Developer Unit 9 Confirm if the Developer Unit is set properly. No Set Developer Unit properly.
Develop- (Confirm that Spacer Roller of Developer Unit In case you have removed the
ment is tightly contacted to Photo Conductive Drum.) Process Cartridge before turning
OFF the Main Switch, Spacing
Roller might be not contacted on
the Drum.

Lead Wire of 10 Is the Lead Wire of Developer Bias connected No Connect the Lead Wire properly.
Developer Bias properly?

Developer Bias 11 Is a proper Developer Bias supplied to the No Check the Developer Bias Power
Developer Unit? Supply or contacts.
Development Roller: -280VDC (Check both ON signal and Analog
Regulation Roller : -300VDC (Japan) Input.)
-320VDC (N. America)
-300VDC (Europe)
Toner Supply Roller: -500VDC
Check it during printing, or in the Service
Mode.
DC Controller 12 Is the signal confirmed properly? No Replace the DC Controller.

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(4) Different copy density

(Print out Test Pattern No.1 and No.3 for checking. If required, print out another pattern.)

Cause Checking Checking Item Result Treatment


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Image Corona 1 Is the Image Corona dirty? Yes Clean the whole unit, or replace
the Corona Wire with the new one.

Is the wire height much different between both Yes Have a same height at both sides.
sides?

Set Position of Developer 2 Confirm if the Developer Unit is set properly. No Check the pushing system of
Unit (Confirm that Spacer Roller of Developer Unit Developer Unit.
is tightly contacted to Photo Conductive Drum.)

LED Head 3 Is the LED Head dirty? Yes Clean it.

Pre-exposure Lamp 4 Are all lamps of Pre-exposure Lamp light up No 1. Replace Pre-exposure Lamp.
during printing? 2. Replace DC Controller.

Developer Unit 5 Is the Development Roller covered with the No Check if Regulation Roller is
toner evenly? cleaned properly..

Check if toner in the Developer Unit is even. Yes Check the leveling of the machine.

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(5) Totally appeared foggy image

(Print out Test Pattern No.1 and No.4 (White) for checking. If required, print out another pattern.)

Cause Checking Checking Item Result Treatment


order
1 Does the image get better after basic image Yes OK
adjustment is done?

Developer Unit 2 Is the Development Roller insulated from the No Check the Development Roller and
ground? the connector of Developer Unit.

Image Corona 3 Is the white paper also foggy, when white Yes Check High Voltage Power Supply.
paper is copied?

Developer Bias 4 Is a proper Developer Bias supplied to the No Check or replace the Developer
Developer Unit? Bias Power Supply.
Development Roller: -280VDC
Regulation Roller : -300VDC (Japan)
-320VDC (N. America)
-300VDC (Europe)
Toner Supply Roller: -500VDC
Check it during printing, or in the Service
Mode.
DC Controller 5 Is the signal confirmed properly? No Replace the DC Controller.

Photo Conductive Drum 6 Have you used the Drum exceeding its part Yes Replace the Drum with the new
life? one.

(6) Vertical blurred or foggy black wide line

(Print out Test Pattern No.1 and No.4 (White) for checking. If required, print out another pattern.)

Cause Checking Checking Item Result Treatment


order
Image Corona 1 Is the Image Corona dirty? Yes Wipe the Image Corona using
Service Mode.
Or clean the whole unit, or replace
the Corona Wire with the new one.

Does the Cleaning Pad stay at left side? No Confirm the movement using
Service Mode 08-04.

Does the Cleaning Pad move properly? No Replace PW6652 (Driver Board) or
(approx. 45 seconds for one way) Image Corona Head.

Developer Unit 2 Is the Development Roller covered with the No Check if Regulation Roller is
toner evenly? located properly.

External Light 3 Check if light from outside is affecting to the Yes OK


Photo Conductive Drum

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(7) Vertical Clear Black Narrow Line

(Print out Test Pattern No.1 and No.4(white) for checking. If required, print out another pattern.)

Cause Checking Checking Item Result Treatment


order
Image Corona 1 Is there anything like a filament on the Grid Yes Remove it.
Plate?
And does it touch the Drum?

Is the Image Corona dirty? Yes Wipe the Image Corona using
Service Mode.
Or clean the whole unit, or replace
the Corona Wire with the new one.

Foreign Object is affecting. 2 Check if Foreign Object on Corona or LED Yes Clean it.
Head is touching to the Photo Conductive
Drum.

Photo Conductive Drum 3 Is there any black line or any damage on the Yes Clean off the black line.
Drum, which corresponds with the position of Replace the Drum if it is damaged.
the black line on the print? 1. If it is scratched, confirm the
cause of the scratch before
replacement.
2. Check if Transfer Guide is
touched on Drum.
3. Check whether or not the
Separation Finger is also
damaged.

(8) Vertical White Line

(Print out Test Pattern No.1 and No.3 for checking. If required, print out another pattern.)

Cause Checking Checking Item Result Treatment


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Image Corona 1 Is there anything like a filament on the Grid Yes Remove it.
Plate?
And does it touch the Drum?

Dirty LED Head 2 Does this problem disappear, when the LED Yes OK
Head is wiped.

Transfer / Separation 3 Is there any foreign substance or dirtiness on No Clean the Transfer / Separation
Corona Transfer / Separation Corona? Corona.

Developer Unit 4 Is the Development Roller covered with the No Check the Regulation Roller.
toner evenly?

Entrance of Fuser Unit 5 Is there any foreign substance or dirtiness Yes Remove it.
around the entrance of Fuser Unit?

Photo Conductive Drum 6 Is there any damage on the Drum in the Yes Clean off the black line.
circumference direction? Replace the Drum if it is damaged.
1. If it is scratched, confirm the
cause of the scratch before
replacement.
2. Check if Transfer Guide is
touched on Drum.
3. Check whether or not the
Separation Finger is also
damaged.

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(9) Void of image

(Print out Test Pattern No.1 and No.6 for checking. If required, print out another pattern.)

Cause Checking Checking Item Result Treatment


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1 Make a half tone image using a Service Mode. No Jump to step 4.
And check if white like is observed in the
image.

Developer Unit 2 Does it repeat approx. 157mm pitch? Yes 1. Clean up Counter Roller.
(For a gap between Drum and
Development roller)
2. Clean dried the surface of
Development Roller.
3. In case the surface of
Development Roller is
scratched, replace it.

Does it appear vertically mainly? Yes Check if Developer Unit has


enough Toner.
Check Toner Sensor.
0V when “No Toner”.
(Service Mode “02-0C”)

Photo Conductive Drum 3 Does the defective image appear on the print Yes 1. Clean the “Drum”.
at intervals of about 250mm? 2. Replace if “Drum” is scratched.
(If it is scratched, confirm the
cause of the scratch before
replacement.)
Check if Transfer Guide is touched
on Drum.
Check whether or not the
Separation Finger is also
damaged.

Copying media 4 Does this problem disappear when new paper Yes Use a newly unpacked copying
is used? media.
Advise your customer of proper
way to store the copying media.

(10) Dirt on the back of the copy

(Print out Test Pattern No.1 and No.4 (White) for checking. If required, print out another pattern.)

Cause Checking Checking Item Result Treatment


order
1 Does the image get better after basic image Yes OK
adjustment is done?

Developer Unit 2 Check if Toner Receiver of Developer Unit is Yes Clean the Developer Unit.
full of toner.

Transfer Guide 3 Is the Transfer Guide dirty? Yes Clean it.


Then, check the gap between
Transfer Guide and Drum.
(1.0mm).
Paper Feeder Unit 4 Is the Feeder Unit dirty? Yes Clean it.
And check where the toner spills
out.

Fuser Unit 5 Check if Entrance Guide Plate is getting dirty. Yes Clean it.

Check if Shutter is dirty. Yes Clean it.

Check the dirtiness of Exit Roller, upper and Yes Clean them.
lower.

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(11) Defective fusing

(Print out Test Pattern No.1 and No.3 for checking. If required, print out another pattern.)

Cause Checking Checking Item Result Treatment


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Fuser Unit Fuser 1 Does the temperature go high after Main No Refer to “Fuser problem” item.
Switch is turned ON?

Is the fusing temperature proper? No Adjust it properly.

Agitation Fan 2 Does this problem start during printing? Yes Check the joint between Agitation
Fan and motor. Tighten the screw.

Copying Media 3 Is the Media Selector adjusted to the material No Adjust it properly.
media Selection of the actually used copying media?

Humidity of the 4 Can you fix the problem if you use a newly Yes Since the copying media is
paper unpacked copying media? humidified, advise your customer
of proper way to store the copying
media.

(12) Incorrect Image Placement, No Leading Edge

When the image white area exists at 3mm (+/- 2mm) from the leading edge, the printer is normal.
(Print out Test Pattern No.1 and No.6 for checking. If required, print out another pattern.)

Cause Checking Checking Item Result Treatment


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Paper Supply Roller 1 Check if the life time of Paper Supply Roller or Yes In case it is exceeded the life time,
Paper Feeding Roller Paper Feeding Roller of the related deck is replace to a new Roller.
exceeding the expected life or not.

Paper Gate Clutch (MC4) 2 Is the Paper Gate Clutch working properly No Check or replace the Paper Gate
without slip? Clutch.

Leading Margin setting 3 Is the Leading Margin setting proper? No Check the setting value.
If it is not proper, adjust it.

(13) Jitter

(Print out Test Pattern No.1 and No.6 for checking. If required, print out another pattern.)

Cause Checking Checking Item Result Treatment


order
Drum driving area and Photo 1 Does the jitter appear on the print at intervals Yes 1. Check both Drum Gear and
Conductive Drum of about 251mm? driving gears (80T and 50T).
2. Confirm scratch mark or foreign
substances on the Drum edges,
where contacts to the Counter
Rollers.
(For a gap between Drum and
Development roller)

Development Roller 2 Does the jitter appear on the print at intervals Yes Check the surface of Development
of about 157mm? Roller, if it is scratched or not.

Developer Unit 3 Does this jitter appear every 4mm pitch? Yes Check 40T gear.

Does this jitter appear every 6mm pitch? Yes Check 30T gear.

Does this jitter appear every 8mm pitch? Yes 1. Check 25T gear.
2. Check 20T gear.

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(14) Less sharpened image

(Print out Test Pattern No.1 and No.8 for checking. If required, print out another pattern.)

Cause Checking Checking Item Result Treatment


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Dirtiness of LED Head 1 Does this problem disappear if LED Head is Yes OK
cleaned?

Position of LED Head 2 Does this problem disappear if LED Head is Yes OK
mounted properly?
No Adjust the height using shims.

Transfer / Separation Corona 3 Does this problem disappear if Transfer / Yes OK


Separation Corona is cleaned?

(15) Uneven image vertically

(Print out Test Pattern No.6 for checking. If required, print out another pattern.)

Cause Checking Checking Item Result Treatment


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Image Corona 1 Is the Image Corona Head dirty? Yes Clean Image Corona.

Transfer / Separation Corona 2 Does this problem disappear if Transfer / Yes OK


Separation Corona is cleaned?

Position of LED Head 3 Does this problem disappear if LED Head is Yes OK
mounted properly?

Does this phenomenon show 1/3 of image? Yes Adjust the height using shims.

Does this appear every 8mm pitch? Yes Replace LED Head.

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(16) Totally white (No image)

(Print out Test Pattern No.1 for checking. If required, print out another pattern.)

Cause Checking Checking Item Result Treatment


order
Developer Unit Pressure 1 Is the Developer Unit pressed to the Drum No Check the pressure system of
during printing? Developer Unit.

Developer Unit Driving Area 2 Is Development Roller rotating during printing? No Check the driving system of the
Developer Unit.

Developer Bias 3 Is the spring connected properly? No Make a good connection.

LED Head 4 Is the connector connected firmly to the LED No Connect it firmly.
Head?

Turn the Main Switch OFF during printing. No Replace the LED Head.
Shift the Process Unit to right side in order to
make the Drum free.
And check if the image on the Drum is normal.

Transfer / Separation Corona 5 Is the Corona Wire of the Transfer Corona Yes Replace the Corona Wire with the
broken? new one.

Is the Transfer / Separation Corona set No Set the Transfer / Separation


properly? Corona firmly.

Is the Transfer / Separation Corona leaking? Yes Check the Transfer / Separation
Corona.

Lead Wire of Transfer 6 Is the connection of the Lead Wire correct? No Connect it properly.
Corona
Is the resistance of the Lead Wire correct? No Replace it.
(It is approx. 10-kohms, normally.)

HVP 7 Does this problem disappear if HVP is Yes OK


replaced?

DC Controller 8 Does this problem disappear if DC Controller is Yes OK


replaced?

(17) Totally black

(Print out Test Pattern No.1 and No.4 (White) for checking. If required, print out another pattern.)

Cause Checking Checking Item Result Treatment


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Image Corona and High 1 Is the Corona Wire of the Image Corona Yes Replace the Corona Wire with the
Voltage Power Supply broken? new one.

Is the tension of the Corona Wire enough? No Replace the Corona Wire with the
new one.

Is the Image Corona contacted properly No Check if the spring is deformed.


through spring?

Is a proper power supplied to the Image No Adjust the High Voltage Power
Corona? Supply PCB.
Or replace the PCB.

Is the frame of Image Corona insulated from No Replace Zener PCB.


the ground?

DC Controller 2 Can you fix the trouble if you replace the DC Yes OK
Controller with the new one?

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Chapter 8
Service Modes

Page
8.1 General Operation 8- 1
8.1.1 Entering Service Modes 8- 1
8.1.2 Selecting the Service Mode 8- 3
8.1.3 Exit the Service Mode 8- 6

8.2 Device Status Mode 8- 7


8.2.1 Function 8- 7
8.2.2 Operation Panel Display 8- 7
8.2.3 Operation (Example of use) 8- 8
8.2.4 Device Signal List 8-11

8.3 Display / View Mode 8-15


8.3.1 Function 8-15
8.3.2 Operation Panel Display 8-15
8.3.3 Operation (Example of use) 8-16

8.4 Device Operation Mode 8-18


8.4.1 Function 8-18
8.4.2 Operation Panel Display 8-18
8.4.3 Operation (Example of use) 8-19

8.5 Adjustment Mode 8-23


8.5.1 Function 8-23
8.5.2 Operation Panel Display 8-25
8.5.3 Operation (Example of use) 8-26
8.5.4 Explanation for each Sub Mode 8-29
(1) Metric or inch (Sub Mode No.00) 8-29
(2) Maximum cut length (Sub Mode No.01) 8-30
(3) Cut sheet size Signal(Sub Mode No.02) 8-31
(4) LED Head strobe time (Overall) (Sub Mode No.03) 8-32
(5) LED Head strobe time compensation (Left block) (Sub Mode No.04) 8-34
(6) LED Head strobe time compensation (Right block) (Sub Mode No.05) 8-36
(7) Image delay (Left block) (Sub Mode No.06) 8-38
(8) Image delay (Right block) (Sub Mode No.07) 8-40
(9) Fusing temperature (Plain paper) (Sub Mode No.08) 8-42
(10) Fusing temperature (Tracing paper) (Sub Mode No.09) 8-43
(11) Fusing temperature (Film) (Sub Mode No.0A) 8-44
(12) Fusing temperature cycle (Sub Mode No.0b) 8-45
(13) Warm Sleep Temperature (Sub Mode No.0C) 8-47
(14) Developer Bias Voltage (Plain Paper) (Sub Mode No.0d) 8-49
(15) Fusing temperature overshoot (Sub Mode No.0E) 8-50
(16) Transfer Corona ON timing (Sub Mode No.0F) 8-52
(17) Transfer Corona OFF timing (Sub Mode No.10) 8-54
(18) Leading Edge ( Position of Image ) – Roll Media
(Sub Mode No.11) 8-56
(19) Leading Edge ( Position of Image ) – Cut Sheets
(Sub Mode No.12) 8-59

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(20) Cut length (Copies buffered from Scanner, Standard Cut or Prints from Controller)
(Sub Mode No.13) 8-62
(21) Cut length (Copies using Synchro Cut from scanner, only first copy out)
(Sub Mode No.14) 8-65
(22) Image Void – Trailing Edge (Copies buffered from Scanner, Standard Cut or
Prints from Controller ) (Sub Mode No.15) 8-68
(23) Image Void – Trailing Edge (Copies using Synchro Cut from scanner, only
first copy out) (Sub Mode No.16) 8-70
(24) Side Image Void (Sub Mode No.17) 8-72
(25) Irregular roll paper size setting (Sub Mode No.18) 8-74
(26) Dehumidify Heater setting (Sub Mode No.19) 8-76
(27) Counter Setting (Sub Mode No.1A) 8-77
(28) Key Card Setting (Sub Mode No.1b) 8-79
(29) Print Stacker /Folder Setting (Sub Mode No.1C) 8-80
(30) Transfer Corona Voltage (Plain paper) (Sub Mode No.1d) 8-81
(31) Transfer Corona Voltage (Tracing paper) (Sub Mode No.1E) 8-82
(32) Transfer Corona Voltage (Film) (Sub Mode No.1F) 8-83
(33) Number of Roll Deck (Sub Mode No.20) 8-84
(34) Power OFF Timer (Sub Mode No.21) 8-86
(35) Main Motor Speed (Sub Mode No.22) 8-87
(36) Paper Feeding Motor speed (Plain paper) (Sub Mode No.23) 8-89
(37) Paper Feeding Motor speed (Tracing paper) (Sub Mode No.24) 8-90
(38) Paper Feeding Motor speed (Film) (Sub Mode No.25) 8-91
(39) Sep Corona OFF Timing (Plain paper) (Sub Mode No.26) 8-92
(40) Sep Corona OFF Timing (Tracing paper) (Sub Mode No.27) 8-93
(41) Sep Corona OFF Timing (Film) (Sub Mode No.28) 8-94
(42) Fuser Agitator Fan Speed(Sub Mode No.29) 8-95
(43) Developer Bias Voltage (Tracing Paper) (Sub Mode No.2A) 8-96
(44) Developer Bias Voltage (Film) (Sub Mode No.2b) 8-97
(45) Down Sequence Temperature adjustment (Sub Mode No.2C) 8-98
(46) Tracing Paper mode (Sub Mode No.2d) 8-99
(47) User Mode Function (Sub Mode No.2E) 8-100
(48) Sep Fan Cool Mode ( Sub Mode No 2F) 8-100
(49) E0-1 Error Reset Method ( Sub Mode No 30 8-100
(50) Toner Down Sequence Operation ( Sub Mode No 31 ) 8-100

8.6 Factory Mode (DO NOT USE) 8-101


8.6.1 Function 8-101
8.6.2 Operation Panel Display 8-101
8.6.3 Operation 8-102

8.7 Error Mask / Error Rest Mode 8-105


8.7.1 Function 8-105
8.7.2 Operation Panel Display 8-106
8.7.3 Operation (Example of usage) 8-107

8.8 Test Print Mode 8-110


8.8.1 Function 8-110
8.8.2 Operation Panel Display 8-110
8.8.3 Operation 8-111

8.9 Factory Adjustment Mode 8-126


8.9.1 Function 8-126
8.9.2 Operation Panel Display 8-126
8.9.3 Operation (Example of usage) 8-127

8.10 Ram Clear Mode 8-130


8.10.1 Function 8-130
8.10.2 Operation 8-130

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8.1 General Operation

8.1.1 Entering the Service Modes


1) Press and hold the SW721 on the Operation Panel.

2) While pressing SW721, press switches in the order as SW723, SW723, SW724 and SW723
within 3 seconds
You will enter Service Modes.

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Note
If you did not press switches SW723 and SW724 within 3 seconds, it is impossible to select
the mode numbers from 5 to 8.
(Refer to the later pages as for the detail of mode numbers.)
If you would like to select these mode numbers, enter the Service Mode again.

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3) The Operation Panel will indicate the PROM version before you remove your finger from the
SW721.
When you release SW1, all the LED segments will light up.

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8.1.2 Selecting the Desired Mode in the Service Mode
The Service Modes has 8 modes.
You can select each mode ( indicated on the Operation Panel ).

Mode number Name of the mode


1 Device Status Mode
2 Display / View Mode
3 Device Operation Mode
4 Adjustment Mode
5 Factory Mode
6 Error Mask / Error Reset Mode
7 Test Print Mode
8 Factory Adjustment Mode

Select the desired mode using the following procedure.

[How to select the mode]

1) Enter the Service Mode.

2) When all segments on the Operation Panel are lite, press the SW721.
The Operation Panel will indicate “100__L”.
The number indicated in the 1st digit from the left represents for the mode.

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3) Press the SW721 several times until your required mode is indicated.

Example : Adjustment Mode (Mode number is “4”) is selected.

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Note
If you did not press switches SW723 and SW724 within 3 seconds, it is impossible to select
the mode numbers from 5 to 8.
If you would like to select these mode numbers, exit then enter Service Mode again.

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8.1.3 Exit Service Modes
1) Press and hold the SW721 on the Operation Panel.

2) While pressing SW721, press switch SW724 to exit / cancel Service Modes.

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8.2 Device Status Mode

8.2.1 Function
It is possible to observe the status of each signal of the DC Controller
Refer to “8.2.4 Device Signal List” starting on page 8-11 for Signal Codes, Signal
Names and notes on each Signal.

8.2.2 Operation Panel Display


The 1st digit from the left should indicate “1”, which is the mode number of the “Device Status
Mode”.
The 2nd and 3rd digits from the left indicate the Signal Code.
The 6th digit indicates the status of the selected signal.

Status of signal

Signal Code

Mode number of Device Status Mode

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8.2.3 Operation (Example of use)
1) Enter Service Modes, and then select the mode “1” on the 1st digit from the left
by pressing SW721 once.

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(“1” is the mode number of “Input / Output Checking Mode”.)

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2) Both 2nd and 3rd digits of the Operation Panel indicate the Signal Code.
It is now possible to change the Signal Code by pressing SW722 ( to increase) and
SW723 ( to decrease).
Please use “Device Signal List” starting on page 8-11, select your
required Signal Code by pressing SW722 and SW723.

Example : We will check the signal from the Exit Sensor.


Its Signal Code is “2F”.

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3) Make a print (Test Print for example).
When the paper passes over the Exit Sensor, its signal status indicated on the 6th digit will vary
from “L” to “H” if the sensor functions properly.

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8.2.4 Device Signal List

Signal Signal name IC Pin Connector Contents of signal Condition I/O


Code
00 U208 43 J207- 8
01 U208 42 J207- 9
02 U208 41 J207- 10
03 U208 40 J207- 11
04 U208 39 J207- 12
05 U208 38 J207- 13
06 U208 37 J207- 14
07 U208 36 J211- 30 Operation Panel Buzzer Signal Buzzer when “H”. O
08 SLCT_0 U208 14 Interface Signal
09 SLCT_1 U208 15 Interface Signal
0A SLCT_2 U208 16 Interface Signal
0B SLCT_3 U208 18 Interface Signal
0C SLCT_4 U208 19 Interface Signal
0D (SLCT_5) U208 20 Interface Signal
0E SLCT_WE U208 21 Interface Signal
0F BUS_DIR U208 22 Interface Signal
10 SW_DT U208 10 J211- 27 Operation Panel Switch Signal Switch is ON when “H”. I
11 U208 11 J205- 10
12 U208 12 J205- 11
13 DEV_TNR2 U208 13 J205- 12 Developer Unit Toner Sensor 2 Toner empty when “L” I
(TLS2)
14 DEVCN U208 9 J206- 13 Developer Connection Signal Connected when “L” I
15 (KEY_CNT) U208 8 Key Counter Feedback Signal Key Counter counts 1 I
when “H”.
16 (LNG_CNT) U208 7 Print Number Counter Feedback Print Number Counter I
Signal counts 1 when “H”.
17 U208 6 J208- 13
18 WCMTR_ST U217 43 J207- 4 Wire Cleaning Motor Driver Wire Cleaning Motor O
Status Signal rotates to either direction
when “L”.
19 WCMTR_IN1 U217 42 J207- 5 Wire Cleaning Motor Driver IN1 Wire Cleaning Motor O
Signal rotates normally when
“H”.
1A WCMTR_IN2 U217 41 J207- 6 Wire Cleaning Motor Driver IN2 Wire Cleaning Motor O
Signal rotates oppositely when
“H”.
1B P_SHUT U217 40 J207- 7 Flapper Clutch Signal Flapper Clutch acts O
when “H”.
1C MAMTR_PD U217 39 J208- 1 Main Motor Power Down Control Main Motor is in power O
Signal down condition when
“H”.
1D U217 38 J208- 2
1E U217 37 J208- 3
1F U217 36 J208- 4
20 U217 14 J208- 5
21 SIG OUT U217 15 J208- 6 Stacker Transmission Signal Clock pulse O
22 KCNT DT0 U217 16 J208- 7 Key Counter Data Signal Data
23 KCNT DT1 U217 18 J208- 8 Key Counter Data Signal Data
24 KCNT DT2 U217 19 J208- 9 Key Counter Data Signal Data
25 KEY_CNT U217 20 J208- 10 Key Counter Control Signal Key Counter counts 1 O
when “H”.
26 LNG_CNT U217 21 J208- 11 Print Number Counter Control Print Number Counter O
Signal counts 1 when “H”.
27 U217 22 J208- 13
28 INTLK1 U217 10 J205- 17 Interlock Signal 1 Interlock is opened when I
“H”.
29 INTLK2 U217 11 J205- 18 Interlock Signal 2 Interlock is opened when I
“H”.
2A INTLK3 U217 12 J205- 21 Interlock Signal 3 Interlock is opened when I
“H”.
2B POW_ST U217 13 J205- 22 Power Status Signal Power is supplied when I
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Signal Signal name IC Pin Connector Contents of signal Condition I/O
Code
2C P_ENT U217 9 J206- 3 Paper Entry Sensor Signal Paper Entry Sensor is I
detecting the paper
when “L”.

2D P_GATE U217 8 J206- 4 Paper Gate Sensor Signal Paper Gate Sensor is I
detecting the paper
when “L”.
2E P_SEP U217 7 J206- 9 Paper Separation Sensor Signal Paper Separation I
Sensor is detecting the
paper when “L”.
2F P_EXIT U217 6 J206- 10 Paper Exit Sensor Signal Paper Exit Sensor is I
detecting the paper
when “H”.
30 FUFAN U209 43 J209- 1 Fuser Cooling Fan Rotation Fuser Cooling Fan O
Signal rotates
when “H”.
31 AGFAN U209 42 J209- 2 Fuser Agitator Fan Rotation LED Head Cooling Fan O
Signal rotates when “H”.
32 SEPFAN-H U209 41 J209- 3 Separation Fan High Speed Separation Fan rotates O
Rotation Signal in a high speed when
“H”.
33 AGFAN_SD U209 40 J209- 4 Agitator Fan Half Speed Agitator Fan rotates in a O
half speed when “H”.
34 RF_FD U209 39 J209- 5 Paper Gate Clutch Control Paper Gate Clutch is ON O
Signal when “H”.
35 SF_RY U209 38 J209- 6 Relay 2 Control Signal Relay 2 is ON when “H”. O
(For Fuser Lamp)
36 DEHUM U209 37 J209- 7 Dehumidify Heater Control It is possible to turn on O
Signal Dehumidify Heater when
“L”.
37 U209 36 J209- 8
38 E_STAR U209 14 J209- 9 Energy Star Control Signal Energy Star is OFF
when “H”.
39 LEDFAN U209 15 J209- 10 LED Head Cooling Fan Rotation LED Head Cooling Fan O
Signal rotates when “H”.
3A E_LAMP U209 16 J209- 11 Eraser Lamp Control Signal Eraser Lamp lights up O
when “H”.
3B CGMTR U209 18 J209- 12 Toner Cartridge Motor Trigger Toner Cartridge Motor O
Signal rotates when “H”.
3C TNMTR U209 19 J209- 13 Hopper Motor Trigger Signal Hopper Motor rotates O
when “H”.
3D SEPFAN-L U209 20 J209- 14 Separation Fan Low Speed Separation Fan rotates O
Rotation Signal in a low speed when “H”.
3E U209 21 J209- 15
3F U209 22 J209- 16
40 CG_HP U209 10 J209- 17 Developer Home Position Signal Developer is at the home I
position when “H”.
41 U209 11 J209- 18
42 SIG_IN U209 12 J209- 19 Stacker Reception Signal Clock pulse I
43 P_FLAP U209 13 J209- 20 Paper Position Detection Sensor Flapper Paper Position
Sensor is detecting the
paper when “L”.
44 1st_LD U209 9 J209- 21 Image Corona Output Detection Image Corona is O
Signal charging when “L”.
45 TR_LD U209 8 J209- 22 Transfer Corona Output Transfer Corona is O
Detection Signal charging when “L”.
46 AC_LD U209 7 J209- 23 Separation Corona Output Separation Corona is O
Detection Signal charging when “L”.
47 BIAS_LD U209 6 J209- 24 Developer Bias Output Bias is supplied when O
Detection Signal “L”.
48 (C) U215 43 U214 Input Signal (Select)
49 (B) U215 42 U214 Input Signal (Select)
4A (A) U215 41 U214 Input Signal (Select)
4B FUFAN_SC U215 40 J207- 16 Fuser Lower Fan Control Fuser Lower Fan is ON O
when “H”.
4C FSHUT_CL U215 39 J207- 17 Fuser Shutter Close Signal Fuser Shutter is closing O
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Signal Signal name IC Pin Connector Contents of signal Condition I/O
Code
4D FSHUT_OP U215 38 J207- 18 Fuser Shutter Open Signal Fuser Shutter is opening O
when “H”.
4E FUFAN_S U215 37 J208- 18 Exhaust Fan Rotation Signal Exhaust Fan rotates O
when “H”.
4F F_JEAT2 U215 36 J208- 19 Fuser Heater Control Signal Fuser is turned on when O
“H”.
50 F_HEAT U215 14 J208- 20 Fuser Control Signal Fuser is heated up when O
“H”.
51 HV_1st U215 15 J208- 21 Image Corona Control Signal Image Corona is O
charging when “H”.
52 HV_TR U215 16 J208- 22 Transfer Corona Control Signal Transfer Corona is O
charging when “H”.
53 HV_SEP U215 18 J208- 23 Separation Corona Control Separation Corona is O
Signal charging when “H”.
54 D_BIAS_TRG U215 19 J208- 24 Developer Bias Control Signal Bias is supplied when O
“H”.
55 D_BIAS_SW U215 20 J208- 25 Bias Polarity Signal Bias is positive when O
“H”, and it is negative
when “L”.
56 F_JEAT3 U215 21 J208-26 Fuser Heater Control Signal Fuser is turned on when O
“H”.
57 (W.D.) U215 22 Watch Dog Signal Clock pulse
58 KCNT_ST U215 10 J206- 19 Used
59 RY_ST U215 11 J206- 20 Paper Transportation Error Relay 2 (For Fuser) is O
OFF when “H”.
5A U215 12 J206- 21
5B WCMTR_OC U215 13 J206- 22 Wire Cleaning Motor Over Over current is detected I
Current Signal when “L”.
5C U215 9 J206- 23
5D AGFAN_ST U215 8 J206- 24 Agitator Fan Rotation Feedback Agitator Fan stops I
Signal rotating when “H”.
5E U215 7 J206- 25
5F U215 6 J206- 26
60 DIGIT0 U227 43 J211- 26 Operation Panel Signal
61 DIGIT1 U227 42 J211- 25 Operation Panel Signal
62 DIGIT2 U227 41 J211- 24 Operation Panel Signal
63 DIGIT3 U227 40 J211- 23 Operation Panel Signal
64 DIGIT4 U227 39 J211- 22 Operation Panel Signal
65 DIGIT5 U227 38 J211- 21 Operation Panel Signal
66 DIGIT6 U227 37 J211- 20 Operation Panel Signal
67 DIGIT7 U227 36 J211- 19 Operation Panel Signal
68 DISP0 U227 14 J211- 18 Operation Panel Signal
69 DISP1 U227 15 J211- 17 Operation Panel Signal
6A DISP2 U227 16 J211- 16 Operation Panel Signal
6B DISP3 U227 18 J211- 15 Operation Panel Signal
6C DISP4 U227 19 J211- 14 Operation Panel Signal
6D DISP5 U227 20 J211- 13 Operation Panel Signal
6E DISP6 U227 21 J211- 12 Operation Panel Signal
6F DISP7 U227 22 J211- 11 Operation Panel Signal
70 U227 10 J211- 10
71 U227 11 J211- 9
72 U227 12 J211- 8
73 U227 13 J211- 7
74 U227 9 J211- 6
75 U227 8 J211- 5
76 U227 7 J211- 4
77 U227 6 J211- 3
78 RPSZ_DT0 U231 43 J233- 3 Size Sensor Data 4 bits code
79 RPSZ_DT1 U231 42 J233- 4 Size Sensor Data 4 bits code
7A RPSZ_DT2 U231 41 J233- 5 Size Sensor Data 4 bits code
7B RPSZ_DT3 U231 40 J233- 6 Size Sensor Data 4 bits code
7C U231 39 J233- 7
7D U231 38 J233- 8
7E U231 37 J233- 9
7F RP_IN U231 36 J233- 10 Paper Position Detection Signal Paper is detected when I
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Signal Signal name IC Pin Connector Contents of signal Condition I/O
Code
80 RPCLK1 U231 14 J234- 11 Paper End Clock Sensor Signal Clock I
81 RPSET1 U231 15 J234- 12 Paper Set Sensor Signal Paper is set when “L”. I
82 RPCLK2 U231 16 J234- 13 Paper End Clock Sensor Signal Clock I
83 RPSET2 U231 18 J234- 14 Paper Set Sensor Signal Paper is set when “L”. I
84 RPCLK3 U231 19 J234- 15 Paper End Clock Sensor Signal Clock I
85 RPSET3 U231 20 J234- 16 Paper Set Sensor Signal Paper is set when “L”. I
86 RPCLK4 U231 21 J234- 17
87 RPSET4 U231 22 J234- 18
88 U231 10 J233- 11
89 U231 11 J233- 12
8A U231 12 J233- 13
8B U231 13 J233- 14
8C DECKSW1 U231 9 J235- 2 Roll Deck Open Signal 1 Roll Deck 1 is closed I
when “L”.
8D DECKSW2 U231 8 J235- 4 Roll Deck Open Signal 2 Roll Deck 2 is closed I
when “L”.
8E DECKSW3 U231 7 J235- 6 Roll Deck Open Signal 3 Roll Deck 3 is closed I
when “L”.
8F U231 6 J235- 8
90 CUTHP2 U232 97 J235- 10 Cutter Home Position Switch Cutter Home Position I
Data (Left) Switch (Left) is ON when
“L”.
91 CUTHP1 U232 98 J235- 12 Cutter Home Position Switch Cutter Home Position I
Data (Right) Switch (Right) is ON
when “L”.
92 MCUT_SW U232 101 J235- 15 Manual Paper Cut Request It is requested to cut the I
Signal roll paper manually when
“L”.
93 SHUT_ST U232 102 J235- 16 Controller Shut Down Detection
Signal
94 U232
95 U232
96 U232
97 U232
98 RPFD1 U232 122 J237- 4 Roll Deck 1 Feeding Clutch Roll Deck 1 Feeding O
Clutch is ON when “H”.
99 RPFD2 U232 121 J237- 6 Roll Deck 2 Feeding Clutch Roll Deck 2 Feeding O
Clutch is ON when “H”.
9A RPFD3 U232 120 J237- 8 Roll Deck 3 Feeding Clutch Roll Deck 3 Feeding O
Clutch is ON when “H”.
9B U232 119 J237- 10
9C RPFD0 U232 118 J237- 12 Paper Feeding Clutch Paper Feeding Clutch is O
ON when “H”.
9D U232 117 J237- 14
9E U232 116 J237- 15
9F U232 115 J237- 16

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8.3 Display / View Mode

8.3.1 Function
It is possible to monitor the analog input voltages to the DC Controller.
(an “analog” are voltages sent from Thermistors, etc.)
It is also possible to monitor the temperature of Fuser, which is calculated / converted by the
DC Controller from the input voltage.

8.3.2 Operation Panel Display


The 1st digit from the left indicates a “2” which is the mode for “Display / View Mode”.
The 2nd and 3rd digits from the left indicate the Sub Mode Number.
The 4th, 5th and 6th digits indicate either an analog voltage or the converted temperature.

Analog voltage or temperature

Sub Mode Number

Mode number of Display / View Mode

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Sub Mode Number Name Unit of the Remarks


indicated data
00 Developer Bias Analog Voltage V Port voltage of CPU
01 Transfer Corona Analog Voltage V Port voltage of CPU
02 (Reserved) V Port voltage of CPU
03 (Reserved) V Port voltage of CPU
04 Room Temperature Analog Voltage V Port voltage of CPU
05 24V Monitoring Analog Voltage V Port voltage of CPU
06 (Reserved) V Port voltage of CPU
07 (Reserved) V Port voltage of CPU
08 Fuser Analog Voltage (Side) V Port voltage of CPU
09 Fuser Analog Voltage (Center) V Port voltage of CPU
0A (Reserved) V Port voltage of CPU
0b Sheet Paper Size Analog Voltage V Port voltage of CPU
0C Toner Sensor Analog Voltage V Port voltage of CPU
(TLS1)
0d Fuser Temperature 1 (Side) Centigrade Calculated temperature
0E Fuser Temperature 2 (Center) Centigrade Calculated temperature
0F Fuser Temperature 3 (Bottom) Centigrade Calculated temperature

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8.3.3 Operation (Example of use)
1) Enter Service Modes, and then select mode “2” , the 1st digit from the left
by pressing the SW721 twice.

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(“2” is the mode number of “Analog Data Monitoring Mode”.)

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2) Both 2nd and 3rd digits of the Operation Panel display the Sub Mode Number.
It is possible to change the Sub Mode Number by pressing SW722 ( to increase ) and SW723 ( to
decreasing) .
Please reference the list on the page 8-15, to select your required Sub Mode.

Example : We will check the temperature of Fuser (Center) (converted from the analog value)
Its Sub Mode Number is “0E”.

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3) The data is indicated on 4th, 5th and 6th digits.


The temperature of Fuser (Center) is 190 degrees centigrade ( again, example only ).

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8.4 Device Operation Mode

8.4.1 Function
Motors and clutches are connected to the DC Controller PCB via various driver PCBs.
It is possible to make the individual parts function in this mode.
Refer to “8.2.4 Device Signal List” starting on page 8-11 as for the Signal Codes,
Names and notes.

8.4.2 Operation Panel Display


The 1st digit from the left indicates a “3” which is the “Device Operation Mode”.
The 2nd and 3rd digits from the left indicate the Signal Code.
The 5th and 6th digits indicate the status of selected object.

Status of the selected object

Signal Code

Mode number of Device Operation Mode

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8.4.3 Operation (Example of use)
1) Enter Service Modes, and then select mode “3” on the 1st digit from the left
by pressing SW721 three times.

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(“3” is the mode number of “Function Checking Mode”.)

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2) Both the 2nd and 3rd digits of the Operation Panel display the Signal Code.
It is possible to change the Signal Code by pressing SW722 ( to increase) and
SW723 ( to decrease).

Please reference the “Device Signal List” staring on page 8-11, to select your
Signal Code you require.

Example : We will make the Eraser Lamp light.


The Signal Code is “3A”.

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(“3A” is the Signal Code of Eraser Lamp.)

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3) When you press SW724, the device will function.
(The Eraser Lamp will light up in this example, no other devices will function.)

The Hyphens ( dashes ) in the 5th and 6th digits blink when the selected device is working.

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4) The device will stop working if you press the SW725 again.
The hyphens ( dashes ) in 5th and 6th digits stop blinking when the device stops working.

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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8.5 Adjustment Mode

8.5.1 Function
It is possible to adjust the printer ( to calibrate , etc ).

The summary:

Sub Mode Name Default Factory or Refer to


Number value Tech Setting page;
00 Metric or inch A0 Tech 8-29
01 Maximum cut length 06 Tech 8-30
02 Cut sheet size Signal AU Factory 8-31
03 LED Head strobe time (Overall) 35 Tech 8-32
04 LED Head strobe time compensation (Left block) 00 Tech 8-34
05 LED Head strobe time compensation (Right 00 Tech 8-36
block)
06 Image delay (Left block) 0.00 Factory 8-38

07 Image delay (Right block) 0.00 Factory 8-40


08 Fusing temperature (Plain paper) 200 Factory 8-42
09 Fusing temperature (Tracing paper) 190 Factory 8-43
0A Fusing temperature (Film) 175 Factory 8-44
0b Fusing temperature cycle 02 Factory 8-45
0C Warm Sleep Temperature 100 Tech 8-47
0d Developer Bias Voltage (Plain Paper) b0 Tech 8-49
0E Fusing temperature overshoot (At warming up) 00 Factory 8-50
0F Transfer Corona ON timing 010 Factory 8-52
(For the leading image)
10 Transfer Corona OFF timing 70 Factory 8-54
(For the trailing image)
11 Leading Edge ( Position of image ) - Roll Media 011 Tech 8-56
12 Leading Edge ( Position of image ) – Cut Sheet 011 Tech 8-59
13 Cut length ( predetermined cut length ) 010 Tech 8-62
14 Cut length ( signal cut from scanner only ) 010 Tech 8-65
15 Image Void - Trail Edge ( predetermined cut 00 Tech 8-68
lengths )
16 Image Void - Trail Edge ( signal cut from 085 Tech 8-70
scanner only )
17 Side Image Void 06 Factory 8-72
18 Irregular roll paper size setting 02 Factory 8-74
19 Dehumidify Heater setting 00 Tech 8-76
1A Counter Setting 00 Tech 8-77
1b Key Card setting 00 Factory 8-79
1C Print Stacker / Folder Setting 00 Tech 8-80
1d Transfer Corona Voltage (Plain paper) JP (90) Factory 8-81
US (30)
EU (30)
1E Transfer Corona Voltage (Tracing paper) (b0) Factory 8-82
1F Transfer Corona Voltage (Film) (70) Factory 8-83
20 Number of Roll Decks 03 tech 8-84
21 Power OFF timer --- tech 8-86
22 Main Motor speed 0.00 Factory 8-87
23 Paper Feeding Motor speed (Plain paper) 0.00 Factory 8-89
24 Paper Feeding Motor speed (Tracing paper) 0.00 Factory 8-90
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Sub Mode Contents of the setting Default Unit of Refer to
Number value setting value page;
25 Paper Feeding Motor speed (Film) 0.00 Factory 8-91
26 AC Corona OFF Timing (Plain paper) 60 Factory 8-92
27 AC Corona OFF Timing (Tracing paper) 60 Factory 8-93
28 AC Corona OFF Timing (Film) 60 Factory 8-94
29 Fuser Agitator Fan Speed 00 Factory 8-95
2A Developer Bias Voltage (Tracing Paper) b0 Tech 8-96
2b Developer Bias Voltage (Film) CE Tech 8-97
2C Down Sequence Temperature adjustment 05 Factory 8-98
2d Tracing Paper mode 00 Factory 8-99
2E User Mode Function 00 Factory 8-100
2F Fan Cool Mode Factory 8-100
30 E0-1 Reset Method Tech 8-100
31 Toner Down Sequence Operation Factory 8-100

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8.5.2 Operation Panel Display
The 1st digit from the left indicates a “4” which is the “Adjustment Mode”.
The 2nd and 3rd digits from the left indicate the Sub Mode Number.
The 4th, 5th and 6th digits indicate the value of the selected Sub Mode.

Value of the selected Sub Mode

Sub Mode Number

Mode number of Adjustment Mode

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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8.5.3 Operation (Example of use)
1) Enter Service Mode, and then select “4” on the 1st digit from the left by
pressing SW721 four times.

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(“4” is the mode number of “Adjustment Mode”.)

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2) Both the 2nd and 3rd digits of the Operation Panel display the Sub Mode Number.
To change the Sub Mode Number press SW722 ( to increasing ) and SW723 ( to decrease).
Select your required Sub Mode by pressing SW722 and SW723. (Refer to 8.5.1 for the list.)

Example : We will adjust the fusing temperature for plain paper.


Its Sub Mode Number is “08”.

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(“08” is the Sub Mode Number to adjust the fusing temperature for plain paper.)

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3) Change the value by pressing SW724 ( to increasing the value) and SW725 ( to decreasing the
value).
The fusing temperature for the plain paper is changed from 175 degrees centigrade to
180 degrees centigrade in this example. ( factory specification is 200, see the Toner Door Label
for your printer’s setting )

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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8.5.4 Explanation for each Sub Mode

(1) Metric or inch (Sub Mode No.00)

Specify the size format of the media in this mode.


The values are either “36” or “A0”. ( IN USA USE “36” only )
Select “36” when you use the inch media sizes, and select “A0” when you use the metric media sizes.
The value can be switched between “36” and “A0” with SW725.

(Inch format)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Metric Format)

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PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(2) Maximum cut length (Sub Mode No.01)

Specify the maximum cut length in this mode.


Setting range = “06” or “16” or “- -”.

Value Maximum cut length


06 6m ( approx 20 ft )
16 16m ( approx 50 ft )
-- No limit

Change the value by pressing SW725.

(6m is the maximum set.)

job

PLAIN PAPER

VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(16m is the maximum set )

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(cut length is not limited)

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PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(3) Cut Sheet Size Signal (Sub Mode No.02)

This setting is for the cut sheet paper size signal from the scanner / host controller.
Selectable value is “AU” or “Co”.

Setting value Contents


AU Paper size is detected by the position of guide of Bypass Feeder ( optional )
Co Cut sheet paper size is decided by the command sent from an outer device.

Change the value by pressing SW725.

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(4) LED Head Strobe Time (Overall) (Sub Mode No.03)

It is possible to change the LED Head strobe time ( on / off time ).


This setting is the strobe time for all of 3 LED segments ( blocks ).
The units are in “microseconds”, and the setting range is from 00 to 48.
If you increase the value, the LED Head will produce more light and as the result image density becomes
darker.

Changes to this mode will be seen when producing test prints. Please note that the Scanner and
Powerprint Controller send this density information to the printer, this adjustment alone will not usually
correct density issues when copying or printing. Please produce test prints with the internal test patterns
to set the printer density. Then confirm that the Scanner density values and Powerprint controller density
values are set correctly before making any further adjustments to this sub mode.

Increasing the Decreasing the


setting value setting value

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Increase the value by pressing SW724 and decrease it by pressing SW725.

(LED Head strobe time is 35 microseconds. Increase the value to “38” pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “33” pressing SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER

VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(5) LED Head strobe time compensation (Left block) (Sub Mode No.04)

It is possible to adjust the strobe time ( lighting time ) of LED Head left segment (block). This may be
required to produce prints with even image density. ( see diagrams )
This setting is the compensation from the overall LED strobe time (Sub Mode No.03).
When you select the value “35” on the Sub Mode No.03 and select the value “-05” in
Sub Mode No.04, the strobe time of the left segment is “30 microseconds”.

35 ( value of No.03) - 5 ( value of No.04) = 30 (strobe time of left segment )

The units are in “microsecond”, and the range is from -10 to 10.
If you increase the value, the left block of LED Head will increase in light volume.
The result is the image density of left segment becomes darker.

Increasing the Decreasing the


setting value setting value

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Increase the value by pressing SW724 and decrease it by pressing SW725.

(current value is “00”. Increase the value to “05” by pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “-03” pressing SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER

VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(6) LED Head strobe time compensation (Right block) (Sub Mode No.05)

It is possible to adjust the strobe time ( lighting time ) of LED Head right segment ( block ). This may be
required to produce prints with even image density. ( see diagrams )
This setting is the compensation from the overall LED strobe time (Sub Mode No.03).
When you select the value “35” on the Sub Mode No.03 and select the value “-05” in
Sub Mode No.05, the strobe time of the right segment is “30 microseconds”.

35 ( value of No.03) - 5 ( value of No.04) = 30 (strobe time of right segment)

The units are in “microsecond”, and the range is from -10 to 10.
If you increase the value, the right segment of LED Head will increase in light volume.
The result is the image density of left segment becomes darker.

Increasing the Decreasing the


setting value setting value

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Increase the value by pressing SW724 and decrease it by pressing SW725.

(current value is “00”. Increase the value to “05” by pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “-03” by pressing SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(7) Image delay (Left block) (Sub Mode No.06)

It is possible to shift the left block image to either the leading edge or the trailing edge.
You can increase (or decrease) the setting value in “0.25 dot” (0.016mm) increment.
The setting range is from -1.50 to 1.50.

If you increase the value by “+0.25”, the left block image is shifted 0.016mm toward the trailing
edge.

Left block Center block Right block

Leading edge

Trailing edge

+0.50 0.25

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Increase the value by pressing SW724, and decrease it by pressing SW725.

(current value is “00”. Increase the value to “0.25” by pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “-1.00” pressing SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(8) Image delay (Right block) (Sub Mode No.07)

It is possible to shift the right block image to the leading edge side or the trailing edge.
You can increase (or decrease) the value in “0.25 dot” (0.016mm) increment.
The range is from -1.50 to 1.50.

If you increase the value by “+0.25”, the right block image is shifted 0.016mm toward the trailing
edge.

Left block Center block Right block

Leading edge

Trailing edge

+0.50 0.25

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Increase the value by pressing SW724, and decrease it by pressing SW725.

(current value is “00”. Increase the value to “0.25” by SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “-1.00” pressing SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(9) Fusing temperature (Plain paper) (Sub Mode No.08)

Adjust the fuser temperature for plain paper media.


The units are in “degree centigrade”, and the range is from 100 to 210.

Increase the value by pressing SW724, and decrease it with SW725.

(shown value is “175”. Increase the value to “180” by pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “170” pressing SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(10) Fusing temperature (Tracing paper) (Sub Mode No.09)

Adjust the fuser temperature for vellum ( tracing paper ) media.


The units are in “degree centigrade”, and the range is from 100 to 210.

Increase the value by pressing SW724, and decrease it with SW725.

(shown value is “150”. Increase the value to “155” pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “145” pressing SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(11) Fusing temperature (Film) (Sub Mode No.0A)

Adjust the fuser temperature for film media.


The units are in “degree centigrade”, and the range is from 100 to 210.

Increase the value by pressing SW724, and decrease it with SW725

(shown value is “150”. Increase the value to “155” by pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “145” pressing SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(12) Fusing temperature cycle (Sub Mode No.0b)

It is possible to adjust the low range of fusing temperature ( cycle or ripple).


The setting unit is “degree centigrade”, and the setting range is from 0 to 30.

Fusing temperature rises and falls within the specified range.


The upper limit of range corresponds to the fusing temperature decided in each No.08, 09 and 0A.
The lowest limit is decided by the following formula.

Fusing temperature ( value of No.08, 09 and 0A) - value of No.0b = Lowest limit

(Example)
When the fusing temperature for plain paper is set to “175” in No.08
and the value of “No.0b” is “5”, the lowest limit of fuser temperature is 170 degrees.
Temperature is controlled as follows.

1) When the fusing temperature rises up to the upper limit (175 degrees), the machine stops
heating up the Fuser Element.
- See (1) in the following figure.
2) Fusing temperature will drop during printing or during idle periods.
- see (2) in the figure.
3) When the temperature falls down to the lowest limit (170 degrees), the machine starts heating
the Fuser Element again.
-see (3) in the figure.
4) the Fuser Element is heated up until its temperature reaches the upper limit.
-see (4) in the figure.
5) The fusing temperature is kept within the 5 degrees range by repeating (1) to (4)

Fusing temperature : Upper limit


Fusing temperature (No.08)
(1) (1) (1)
175 Range of fusing
(2) (4) (2) (4)
170 temperature cycle
(3) (3)

Lowest limit (No.0b)

0
Time

Note

THIS REQUIRES NO ADJUSTMENT FROM


THE FACTORY SETTING! SEE YOUR DOOR LABEL.
If the range of temperature cycle is too small, this will cause the premature failure of SSRs.

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Increase the value by pressing the SW724, and decrease it by pressing SW725.

(Present setting value is “02”. Increase the value to “05” pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “01” pressing SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(13) Warm Sleep Temperature (Sub Mode No.0C)

It is possible to set the fusing temperature during the printer’s Warm Sleep mode.
The unit is “degree centigrade”, and the range is from 50 to 250

Fusing temperature

175
Fusing temperature in
120 Warm Sleep
(Example : 120 degree)

0
Warm Sleep starts.
Time

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Increase the value by pressing SW724, and decrease it by pressing SW725.

(Present setting value is “120”. Increase the value to “130” pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “110” pressing SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(14) Developer Bias Voltage (Plain Paper) (Sub Mode No.0d)

It is possible to adjust the Developer Bias Voltage.


This setting is only used when printing onto plain paper.
The unit is in “Hexadecimal”, and the range is from 00 to FF.
If you increase the value, the print image gets darker. (please use your meter to correct adjust the bias)
( please see Image Adjustments 7.3 for more details )

Increase the value by pressing SW724, and decrease it by pressing SW725.

(Present setting value is “b1”. Increase the value to “b5” pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “b0” pressing SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(15) Fusing temperature overshoot (Sub Mode No.0E)

When you turn on the printer, the Fuser can be heated past the point which is set in Sub Mode No.08, 09
and 0A. It is possible to specify how much the temperature should rise past that set in “Fuser
Temperature “ during the warm up period. The units are in “degree centigrade”, and the setting range is
from 0 to 40.

Supposing the fusing temperature decided in No.08 is 175 degrees centigrade and you select “10” as
the overshoot, the Fuser is heated up to 185 degrees centigrade during the warm up time.

175 (Fusing temperature decided in No.08) + 10 (Setting value of No.0E) = 185

Fusing temperature Overshooting level


(No.0E)
185
175
Specified fusing
temperature
(No.08)

0
Time

There should be no reason to adjust from the factory setting other than poor fusing on “first copy out”.

This will allow all the internal fuser components to ensure they reach the correct temperture before
printing commences.

Please do not adjust from factory default ( see door label )

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Increase the value by pressing SW724, and decrease it by pressing SW725.

(Present setting value is “05”. Increase the value to “10” pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “02” pressing SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(16) Transfer Corona ON timing (Sub Mode No.0F)

It is possible to adjust the on timing of the Transfer Corona.


The unit is “mm”, and the range is from 001 to 100.

If you increase the value, the on time of the Transfer Corona is delayed during the print process.
This will cause a greater amount of the leading edge image ( toner ) not to be transferred onto the paper.
It will remain on the Drum. As the result of it, the print will have a wider margin region on its leading
edge.

Turned on too late =


the leading edge image may be seen faintly on the print, this can poor image on the
leading edge and cause repeat of the lead edge further down the print
Turned on too early =
unwanted toner pulled from the drum / dev unit which may cause the printer to become
dirty very quickly, usually seen as toner on back of page and dirty corona wires

(Increasing the value by “1”, the void gets 1mm longer.)

This part of toner image is not transfered


from the Drum to the paper.

Transfer Charger starts charging


at this point.

Increasing the
setting value

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Increase the value by pressing SW724, and decrease it by pressing SW725.

(Present value is “025”. Increase the value to “030” by pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “020” pressing SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(17) Transfer Corona OFF timing (Sub Mode No.10)

It is possible to adjust the timing to turn off the Transfer Corona.


The units are in “mm”, and the range is from 001 to 300.

If you decrease the value, the Transfer Corona turns off earlier.
As a result a greater amount of trailing image (toner) is not transferred to the paper. It remains on
the Drum. This will cause the print to have a has a longer image void on the trailing edge.
(Decreasing the value by “1”, and the void becomes 1mm longer.)

Turned off too early =


the trail edge image may be seen faintly on the print, this can poor image on the tariling
edge and cause repeat of the trail edge image on the next page
Turned off too late =
unwanted toner will be pulled from the drum / dev unit which may cause the printer to
become dirty very quickly, usually seen as toner on back of page and dirty corona
wires

Decreasing the
setting value

Transfer Charger stops charging


at this point.

This part of toner image is not transfered


from the Drum to the paper.

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Increase the value by pressing SW724, and decrease it by pressing SW725.

(Present setting value is “120”. Increase the value to “125” pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “115” pressing SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

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(18) Leading Edge ( Position of image ) - Roll Paper (Sub Mode No.11)

It is possible to adjust the start time of when image is placed on the media. This is done with respects to
the leading edge of the media. Therefore you actually adjust the quantity of media on the leading edge
before the image starts on the media.
This setting is used when printing onto roll media.

Please note that this adjustment can be made for each roll size width. The setting unit is “mm”, and the
setting range is from 01 to 20.

If you increase the value, the greater the leading edge void ( the image is shifted toward the trailing
edge of the media.)

Increasing the Decreasing the


setting value setting value

Image is shifted toward Image is shifted toward


the trailing edge. the leading edge.

[Operation]

1) Select the Sub Mode Number “11”.

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SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Sub Mode Number)

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2) Pressing the Roll Selection Button, select the roll paper size you will adjust.
Roll paper sizes are shown as “0” “1”, “2”, “3” and “4” which are indicated in the
4th digit.
The codes are as follows.

Size code Roll paper size (Inch) Roll paper size (Metric
0 36, 34 and 30 A0
1 24 and 22 A1
2 18 and 17 A2
3 12 and 11 A3
4 9 and 8.5 A4

Example : We will adjust the position of image on 18 / 17 roll media.


Therefore, we will select the size code “2”.

(Roll Selection Switch) (Size code)

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SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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3) Change the value by pressing SW724 (Increment) and SW725 (Decrement).

Example : We will increase the setting value from “08” to “10”.

(Setting value)

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SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(19) Leading Edge ( Position of image ) – Cut Sheet (Sub Mode No.12)

It is possible to adjust the start time of when image is placed on the media. This is done with respects to
the leading edge of the media. Therefore you actually adjust the quantity of media on the leading edge
before the image starts on the media.
This setting is used when printing onto cut sheets only.

Please note that this adjustment can be made for each roll size width. The setting unit is “mm”, and the
setting range is from 01 to 20.

If you increase the value, the greater the leading edge void ( the image is shifted toward the trailing
edge of the media.)

Increasing the Decreasing the


setting value setting value

Image is shifted toward Image is shifted toward


the trailing edge. the leading edge.

[Operation]

1) Select the Sub Mode Number “12”.

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SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Sub Mode Number)

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2) Pressing the Roll Selection Button, select the cut sheet paper size you will adjust.
Cut sheet paper sizes are shown as “0” “1”, “2”, “3” and “4” which is indicated in
the 4th digit.
The codes are as follows.

Size code Cut sheet size (Inch) Cut sheet size (Metric)
0 36, 34 and 30 A0
1 24 and 22 A1
2 18 and 17 A2
3 12 and 11 A3
4 9 and 8.5 A4

Example : We will adjust the position of image of 18” / 17” cut sheets.
Therefore, we will select the size code “2”.

(Roll Selection Switch) (Size code)

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SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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3) Change the value by pressing SW724 (Increment) and SW725 (Decrement).

Example : We will decrease the setting value from “11” to “09”.

(Setting value)

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SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(20) Cut length (Copies Buffered from Scanner, Standard Cut or Prints from
Controller)

(Sub Mode No.13)

It is possible to adjust the cut length in this Sub Mode noting the following :

Copies from the K-75 Scanner:


A: When the speed of the Scanner and Printer matches ( K-66 with a 2050 Scanner, 50mm / sec )
- when using all “Standard Cut” lengths in the scanner
- when using “Synchro Cut” every copy, but the first copy.
e.g. when you have one orginal and have selected five copies to print, the first copy
does not use this cut length sub-mode ( see 4 - 14 ); copy numbers 2 to 5 uses this cut
length information! ( any image that is buffered before printing uses this cut signal )
B: When the speed of the Scanner and Printer does not match, ( K-66 with 2080, 2120 etc )
- when using all “Standard Cut” lengths in the scanner
- when using “Synchro Cut” every copy
e.g. when you have one orginal and have selected five copies to print, all prints use this
sub-mode! ( any image that is buffered before printing uses this cut signal, when the
speed does not match all images are buffered then spooled to the printer )

Prints from the Controller

All prints from Powerprint use this cut length mode

You can specify the cut length for each roll media sizes. The unit are in “mm”, and the range is from 01
to 20.

If you increase the value, the cut length is extended.


As the result, the “white” region at the trailing edge becomes longer, page size increases.

Increasing the Decreasing the


setting value setting value

White part at the trailing White part at the trailing


part becomes longer. part becomes shorter.

1) Select the Sub Mode Number “13”.

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SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Sub Mode Number)

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2) Pressing the Roll Selection Button, select the roll size you will adjust.
Roll paper sizes are shown as “0” “1”, “2”, “3” and “4” which is indicated in the
4th digit.
The codes are as follows.

Code Roll Media (Inch) Roll Media (Metric)


0 36, 34 and 30 A0
1 24 and 22 A1
2 18 and 17 A2
3 12 and 11 A3
4 9 and 8.5 A4

Example : We will adjust the cut length of 17” / 18” roll media.
Therefore, we will select the size code “2”.

(Roll Selection Switch) (Size code)

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SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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3) Change the value by pressing SW724 (Increment) and SW725 (Decrement).

Example : We will increase the setting value from “08” to “10”.

(Setting value)

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PLAIN PAPER

VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(21) Cut length ( Copies from Scanner Syncro Cut , first copy out )
(Sub Mode No.14)

It is possible to adjust the cut length in this Sub Mode noting:

Copies from the K-75 Scanner:


A: When the speed of the Scanner and Printer matches ( K-66 with a 2050 Scanner, 50mm / sec )
- when using “Synchro Cut” only the first copy out uses this sub mode, every
other copy uses cut length in 4 - 13.
e.g. when you have one orginal and have selected five copies to print, the first print
uses this cut signal. Prints 2 to 5 use the signal in 4-13 ( any image that is not buffered
before printing uses this cut signal )
B: When the speed of the Scanner and Printer does not match, ( K-66 with 2080, 2120 etc )
- do not use this mode ( as all images are buffered before spooled to the printer)

Prints from the Controller


Does not use this mode ( see 4 –13 )

You can specify the cut length for each roll media sizes. The setting unit is “mm”, and the setting range
is from 01 to 20.

If you increase the value, the cut length is extended.


As the result, the “white” region at the trailing edge becomes longer, page size increases.

Increasing the Decreasing the


setting value setting value

White part at the trailing White part at the trailing


part becomes longer. part becomes shorter.

[Operation]

1) Select the Sub Mode Number “14”.

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PLAIN PAPER
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SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Sub Mode Number)

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2) Pressing the Roll Selection Button, select the roll paper size you will adjust.
Roll paper size are shown as “0” “1”, “2”, “3” and “4” which are indicated in the
4th digit.
The contents of code are as follows.

Code Roll Media (Inch) Roll Media (Metric)


0 36, 34 and 30 A0
1 24 and 22 A1
2 18 and 17 A2
3 12 and 11 A3
4 9 and 8.5 A4

Example : We will adjust the cut length of 17” / 18” roll media.
Therefore, we will select the size code “2”.

(Roll Selection Switch) (Size code)

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PLAIN PAPER
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SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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3) Change the value by pressing SW724 (Increment) and SW725 (Decrement).

Example : We will decrease the setting value from “10” to “08”.

(Setting value)

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SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(22) Image Void – Trail Edge (Copies Buffered from Scanner, Standard Cut or Prints
from Controller)

(Sub Mode No.15)

It is possible to adjust the end of the print image ( closing the image data bus or end of the image ) in
this Sub Mode noting:

Copies from the K-75 Scanner:


A: When the speed of the Scanner and Printer matches ( K-66 with a 2050 Scanner, 50mm / sec )
- when using “Standard Cut”
- when using “Synchro Cut” every copy, but the first copy.
e.g. when you have one orginal and have selected five copies to print, the first copy
does not use this image bus sub-mode ( see 4 - 16 ); copy numbers 2 to 5 uses this
data bus closure information! ( any image that is buffered in the scanner before
printing uses this signal )
B: When the speed of the Scanner and Printer does not match, ( K-66 with 2080, 2120 etc )
- when using “Standard Cut”
- when using “Synchro Cut” every copy printed
e.g. when you have one orginal and have selected five copies to print, all prints use this
sub-mode! ( any image that is buffered before printing uses this data bus closure
signal, when the speed does not match all images are buffered then spooled to the
printer )

Prints from the Controller


All prints from Powerprint use this data bus closure signal

You can adjust the closure of the bus for each roll media size. The units are in “mm”, and the range is
from 00 to 20.

If you increase the value, the image bus will be closed earlier, therefore removing image from the
trailing edge of the print. As the result, the “white” region at the trailing edge becomes larger ( page size
remains the same.)

Increasing the Decreasing the


setting value setting value

More amount of trailing Less amount of trailing


image is deleted. image is deleted.

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Increase the value by pressing SW724, and decrease it by pressing SW725.

(Present setting value is “08”. Increase the value to “10” pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
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SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “06” pressing SW725.)

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FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(23) Image Void – Trailing Edge ( Copies from Scanner Syncro Cut , first copy out )

(Sub Mode No.16)

It is possible to adjust the trailing edge image in this Sub Mode noting:

Copies from the K-75 Scanner:


A: When the speed of the Scanner and Printer matches ( K-66 with a 2050 Scanner, 50mm / sec )
- when using “Synchro Cut” only the first copy out uses this sub mode, every
other copy uses cut length in 4 - 15.
e.g. when you have one orginal and have selected five copies to print, the first print
uses this image signal. Prints 2 to 5 use the signal in 4-15 ( any image that is not
buffered before printing uses this image void signal )
B: When the speed of the Scanner and Printer does not match, ( K-66 with 2080, 2120 etc )
- do not use this mode ( as all images are buffered before spooled to the printer)

Prints from the Controller


Does not use this mode ( see 4 –15 )

The unit is “mm”, and the setting range is from 001 to 300.

If you decrease the setting value, the image bus will be shut down earlier.
As a result , more trailing image will be deleted from the print.

Increasing the Decreasing the


setting value setting value

More amount of trailing Less amount of trailing


image is deleted. image is deleted.

Note: Trailing Image area is finished with earlier timing either Sub-Mode 15 or 16. Please use the
correct Sub Mode to adjust the trail edge image.

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Increase the setting value pressing the SW724, and decrease it pressing the SW725.

(Present setting value is “240”. Increase the value to “250” pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
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FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “230” pressing SW725.)

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FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(24) Side margins (Sub Mode No.17)

It is possible to specify the amount of margins on both sides of print.


Each increase stands for 0.508mm, and the range is from 00 to 20.
( or from 0mm to 10.16mm )

If you increase the value, margins on both sides will enlarge. By default you should have 3 mm on each
side void or a value of “6”

Increasing the
setting value

Decreasing the
setting value

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Increase the setting value pressing the SW724, and decrease it pressing the SW725.

(Present setting value is “04”. Increase the value to “10” pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “02” pressing SW725.)

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PLAIN PAPER

VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
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SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(25) Irregular roll paper sizes (Sub Mode No.18)

FOR USE IN EUROPE ONLY NOT FOR USA

It is possible to use the following kinds of irregular roll media when using metric mode.
Selectable setting values are “00”, “01” and “02”.
The contents of setting values are as follows.

Setting value Roll size Size indication


00 900mm wide roll paper becomes available to use. 900
01 891mm wide roll paper becomes available to use. 890
02 880mm wide roll paper becomes available to use. 880

Note
After selecting the irregular size, place the Selector Knob of the Size Selector at “SPL”.
If you do so, the Operation Panel will indicate these irregular sizes as “900”, “890” and “880”.

(Irregular roll paper size : 900mm)

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Change the setting value pressing the SW725.

(900mm wide roll paper is available to use.)

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PLAIN PAPER
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SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(891mm wide roll paper is available to use.)

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SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(880mm wide roll paper is available to use.)

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(26) Dehumidify Heater S(Sub Mode No.19)

It is possible to decide when the Dehumidify Heater will function.


Selectable values are “00”, “01” and “02”.
The setting values are as follows.

Setting value Contents


00 Dehumidify Heater works only when the Power Switch is OFF.
01 Dehumidify Heater does not work only during printing.
It works in the other cases.
02 Dehumidify Heater works always.

Change the setting value pressing the SW725.

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SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(27) Unit of counter (Sub Mode No.1A)

It is possible to specify the counting unit of the hardware counter.


Selectable settings are “00”, “01”, “02” and “03”.
The setting are as follows.
FOR USA and CANADA
Setting value Counting unit (metric) Counting unit (inch)
00 1 count means 1 meter 1 count means 1 feet
01 1 count means 0.1 meter 1 count means 1 square feet
02 1 count means 1 square meter NA
03 1 count means 0.1 square meter NA

Notes
(1) Metric or inch is decided by the setting of Sub Mode No.00.

(2) We recommend you to decide the counting unit at the time of installation and not to
change it later.
Because it is impossible to reset or to change the counted number.

Change the setting value pressing the SW725.

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SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(28) Key Card setting (Sub Mode No.1b)

This mode is used in Asian Market only

NOT USED IN USA DO NOT USE

It is possible to decide what the Key Card should count.


Selectable setting values are “00”, “01” and “02”.
The contents of setting values are as follows.

Setting value Contents


00 Key Card is not used.
01 Key Card counts the length of print.
1 count corresponds to 10cm.
02 Key Card counts the number of prints.
Every print size is counted distinctly.
Change the setting value pressing the SW725.

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SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(29) Optional Instrument setting ( STACKER OR FOLDER ) (Sub Mode No.1C)

This mode is to enable communications for a Stacker or Folder behind of the machine through infrared
communication.
Selectable values are “00” and “01”.
The contents of setting values are as follows.

Setting value Contents


00 NO FOLDER ~ STACKER
01 Folder or Stacker used ( connected.)

Change the setting value pressing the SW725.

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SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(30) Transfer Corona Analog voltage (Plain paper) (Sub Mode No.1d)

It is possible to adjust the analog voltage (TR_ANLOG) which controls the high-voltage current
supplied to the Transfer Corona.
This setting is effective when you take a print using a plain paper.
The setting unit is “Hexadecimal”, and the setting range is from 00 to FF.

Increase the setting value pressing the SW724, and decrease it pressing the SW725.

(Present setting value is “b3”. Increase the value to “b5” pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “b1” pressing SW725.)

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VELLUM
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SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(31) Transfer Corona analog voltage (Tracing paper) (Sub Mode No.1E)

It is possible to adjust the analog voltage (TR_ANLOG) which controls the high-voltage current supplied
to the Transfer Corona.

This setting is effective when you take a print using a tracing paper.
The setting unit is “Hexadecimal”, and the setting range is from 00 to FF.

Increase the setting value pressing the SW724, and decrease it pressing the SW725.

(Present setting value is “b3”. Increase the value to “b5” pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “b1” pressing SW725.)

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PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(32) Transfer Corona analog voltage (Film) (Sub Mode No.1F)

It is possible to adjust the analog voltage (TR_ANLOG) which controls the high-voltage current supplied
to the Transfer Corona.
This setting is effective when you take a print using a film.
The setting unit is “Hexadecimal”, and the setting range is from 00 to FF.

Increase the setting value pressing the SW724, and decrease it pressing the SW725.

(Present setting value is “b3”. Increase the value to “b5” pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “b1” pressing SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
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TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(33) Number of Roll Deck (Sub Mode No.20)

This setting makes the machine recognize how many Roll Decks the Paper Feeding Unit has.
Selectable setting values are “01”, “02”, “03” and “04”.
The contents are as follows.

Setting value Number of Roll Deck


01 1 Roll Deck
02 2 Roll Decks
03 3 Roll Decks

Change the setting value pressing the SW725.

(1 Roll Deck)

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(2 Roll Decks)

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(3 Roll Decks)

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(34) Timer of Auto Power OFF (Sub Mode No.21)

When no prints are sent to the printer for some time, the Auto Power OFF works to turn off the
Power Switch automatically.
No.21 is the timer setting for the Auto Power OFF.
If no print data is sent to the printer within the time set in the No.21, the Auto Power OFF functions.

The units are “minute”, and the range is from 30 to 720.


When the setting value is “- - -“, the Auto Power OFF does not work.

Increase the setting value pressing the SW724, and decrease it pressing the SW725.

(Present setting value is “- - -”. Increase the value to “50” pressing SW724.)

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SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “40” pressing SW725.)

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(35) Main Motor speed (Sub Mode No.22)

It is possible to adjust the speed of Main Motor to rotate.


The setting unit is “%”, and the setting range is from -1.00 to 1.00 in 0.05 % increment.

If you increase the setting value, the Main Motor rotates faster.
As the result of it, the image is a little expanded vertically. ( can effect image 1:1 )

Setting value is Setting value is


increased. decreased.
Image is expanded Image is shrinked
vertically. vertically.

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Increase the setting value pressing the SW724, and decrease it pressing the SW725.

(Present setting value is “0.00”. Increase the value to “0.50” pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “-0.25” pressing SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(36) Paper Feeding Motor speed (Plain paper) (Sub Mode No.23)

DO NOT ADJUST FACTORY USE ONLY


It is possible to adjust the speed of Paper Feeding Motor .
This setting is effective when you take a print using a Plain paper.
The setting unit is “%”, and the setting range is from -1.00 to 1.00 in 0.05 % increment.

If you increase the setting value, the Paper Feeding Motor rotates faster.
Increase the setting value pressing the SW724, and decrease it pressing the SW725.

(Present setting value is “0.00”. Increase the value to “0.50” pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “-0.25” pressing SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(37) Paper Feeding Motor speed (Tracing paper) (Sub Mode No.24)

DO NOT ADJUST FACTORY USE ONLY


It is possible to adjust the speed of Paper Feeding Motor.
This setting is effective when you take a print using a Tracing paper.
The setting unit is “%”, and the setting range is from -1.00 to 1.00 in 0.05 % increment.

If you increase the setting value, the Paper Feeding Motor rotates faster.
Increase the setting value pressing the SW724, and decrease it pressing the SW725.

(Present setting value is “0.00”. Increase the value to “0.50” pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER

VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “-0.25” pressing SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER

VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(38) Paper Feeding Motor speed (Film) (Sub Mode No.25)

DO NOT ADJUST FACTORY USE ONLY


It is possible to adjust the speed of Paper Feeding Motor .
This setting is effective when you take a print using a Film.
The setting unit is “%”, and the setting range is from -1.00 to 1.00 in 0.05 % increment.

If you increase the setting value, the Paper Feeding Motor rotates faster.
Increase the setting value pressing the SW724, and decrease it pressing the SW725.

(Present setting value is “0.00”. Increase the value to “0.50” pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “-0.25” pressing SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER

VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER

VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(39) AC Corona OFF Timing (Plain paper) (Sub Mode No.26)

It is possible to adjust the timing of AC Corona OFF after the trailing edge of the paper passes the
position of Paper Entry Sensor(PH5).
This setting is effective when you take a print using a Plain paper.
The setting unit is “mm”, and the setting range is from “00” to “99”.
When the value is selected at “00”, the function of AC Corona OFF Timing turns invalid.
(AC Corona is always applied during the interval of continuous print.)

If you decrease the setting value smaller than “60”, AC Corona turns OFF earlier than the trailing edge
of the paper.
Increase the setting value pressing the SW724, and decrease it pressing the SW725.

(Present setting value is “60”. Increase the value to “70” pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “50” pressing SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER

VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(40) AC Corona OFF Timing (Tracing paper) (Sub Mode No.27)

It is possible to adjust the timing of AC Corona OFF after the trailing edge of the paper passes the
position of Paper Entry Sensor(PH5).
This setting is effective when you take a print using a Tracing paper.
The setting unit is “mm”, and the setting range is from “00” to “99”.
When the value is selected at “00”, the function of AC Corona OFF Timing turns invalid.
(AC Corona is always applied during the interval of continuous print.)

If you decrease the setting value smaller than “60”, AC Corona turns OFF earlier than the trailing edge
of the paper.
Increase the setting value pressing the SW724, and decrease it pressing the SW725.

(Present setting value is “60”. Increase the value to “70” pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER

VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “50” pressing SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER

VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER

VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(41) AC Corona OFF Timing (Film) (Sub Mode No.28)

It is possible to adjust the timing of AC Corona OFF after the trailing edge of the paper passes the
position of Paper Entry Sensor(PH5).
This setting is effective when you take a print using a Film.
The setting unit is “mm”, and the setting range is from “00” to “99”.
When the value is selected at “00”, the function of AC Corona OFF Timing turns invalid.
(AC Corona is always applied during the interval of continuous print.)

If you decrease the setting value smaller than “60”, AC Corona turns OFF earlier than the trailing edge
of the paper.
Increase the setting value pressing the SW724, and decrease it pressing the SW725.

(Present setting value is “60”. Increase the value to “70” pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER

VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “50” pressing SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER

VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER

VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(42) Agitator Fan Half Speed (Sub Mode No.29)

It is possible to change the speed of Fuser Agitator Fan.


This value is selectable “00” or “01”.

When the value is selected at “00”, Agitator Fan rotates in a half speed during the “Ready” condition.
If the value is selected at “01”, Agitator Fan rotates with a normal speed during the “Ready” condition.
Select the setting value pressing the SW724 or SW725.

(Agitator Fan Half Speed)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Agitator Fan Normal Speed)

job

PLAIN PAPER

VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(43) Developer Bias analog voltage (Tracing Paper) (Sub Mode No.2A)

It is possible to increase or decrease the analog voltage of Developer Bias.


This setting is applied when print is done with the tracing paper.
The setting unit is “Hexadecimal”, and the setting range is from 00 to FF.
If you increase the setting value, the print image gets darker.

Increase the setting value pressing the SW724, and decrease it pressing the SW725.

(Present setting value is “b1”. Increase the value to “b5” pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER

VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “b0” pressing SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER

VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(44) Developer Bias analog voltage (Film) (Sub Mode No.2b)

It is possible to increase or decrease the analog voltage of Developer Bias.


This setting is applied when print is done with the film.
The setting unit is “Hexadecimal”, and the setting range is from 00 to FF.
If you increase the setting value, the print image gets darker.

Increase the setting value pressing the SW724, and decrease it pressing the SW725.

(Present setting value is “b1”. Increase the value to “b5” pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER

VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “b0” pressing SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER

VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(45) Down Sequence Temperature adjustment (Sub Mode No.2C)

It is possible to adjust the temperature to enter in Down Sequence 2.


As it is explained on page 4-20, Down Sequence 2 means:
“If TH2 detects “certain” degree lower compare with 200 degrees during TH3 detects less than 130
degrees, this machine enters to “Down Sequence”.
This “certain” degree is adjusted in this sub-mode.

The setting unit is “degree”, and the setting range is from 05 to 15.
If you increase the setting value, this machine does not enter to the “Down Sequence” so easily.
Instead, you should be careful that “non-fused” might happen.

Increase the setting value pressing the SW724, and decrease it pressing the SW725.

(Present setting value is “08”. Increase the value to “15” pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Decrease the value to “05” pressing SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(46) Tracing Paper mode (Sub Mode No.2d)

In case a sort of Tracing Paper is run, paper surface is not always smooth after fusing. (ripple in media)
If Separation Fan (Fan1) and Inner Feeder Fan (Fan9) are do not turn, it resolves the issue.

Setting value Function


00 Normal control
01 Fan1: Narrower than 594mm = Normal control
594mm or wider roll = Special control ON/OFF
Fan9: always stays OFF

Change the setting value pressing the SW724 or SW725.

(Present setting value is “00”. Change the setting value to “01” pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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(47) User Mode Function (Sub Mode No.2E)

DO NOT USE THIS MODE IN USA


ADJUST CUT LENGTH AND TARIL EDGE IMAGE ONLY
THIS MODE SHOULD BE LEFT AT “00”

It is selectable to allow the operator to use a special key combination.


In case this function is effective, and a special key combination is taken, Image Area may expand to
right, left and trailing edge side.
However, this function does not guarantee about the image of trailing side.
In addition, since a cleaning cycle to collect the residual toner from Drum is taken, print ratio is
reduced compare with the normal operation.

Special key combination = [Roll Deck Selection Key] + [Test Print Switch] (simultaneously)
This function is reset by the same operation.

Setting value Function


00 User Mode is invalid.
01 User Mode is valid.

Change the setting value pressing the SW724 or SW725.

(Present setting value is “00”. Change the setting value to “01” pressing SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

If you press [Roll Deck Selection Key] and [Test Print Switch] at the same time, you can set this
“User Mode”.
The dot of the far right digit is lit only when;
1. You access Service Mode “7”.
2. You get out from this Service Mode.

The dot of the far right digit informs you that “Expanded Image Area” was set.

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(48) Separation Cooling Fan Function (Sub Mode No.2F)

In environments with higher room temperature the drum may need to be cooled to prevent dots from
appearing on the surface or premature failure due to heat.

The separation fan can be used to cool the drum in these cases.

If 4 – 2E is set to:

00 = on during printing only ( default )


01 = sep fan on at all time to assist to cool the drum

(49) E0-1 Error reset Method (Sub Mode No.30)

The error code E0-1 can be reset by ether one of the two methods

If 4 – 30 is set to :

00 = error reset by technician in ERROR MASK MODE ( default )


01 = error reset by user by turning the power switch off then on again

(50) Toner Down Sequence Operation (Sub Mode No.31)

The toner down sequence is not needed in most all installations. It may only be needed when
the user prints a large number of smaller page sizes ( 18” or smaller ) or images with a lot of
solids.( over 50% black images )

If 4 - 31 is set to;

00 = no toner down sequence ( default - PLEASE SET TO THIS VALUE )


01 = toner down sequence will occur when needed

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8.6 Running Mode

(DO NOT USE )

8.6.1 Function
It is possible to make the printer carry out the print action even without the paper.
If the paper is set, it is fed as usual.
However, this mode does not work at present.

8.6.2 Indication of the Operation Panel


The 1st digit from the left indicates “5” which is the mode number of the “Running Mode”.
3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th digits indicate “bUSy”. (This is not indicated at present.)

“bUSy”

Mode number of Running Mode

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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8.6.3 Operation
Do not make the following operation.

1) Enter the Service Mode, and then indicate the mode number “5” on the 1st digit from the left
pressing the SW721 five times.

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(“5” is the mode number of “Running Mode”.)

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2) Press the SW724 when the printer is ready.
The printer starts printing action.
The indication keeps on blinking when the printer is carrying out the print action

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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3) Press the SW724 again to make the printer stop printing.
“bUSy” stops blinking.
The printer will stop working a little later because it needs some time to finish the print cycle.

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

Note
When you would like to make the printer carry out a print action without paper connecting
such outer device as scanner, at first mask the “Roll End” error in the Error Check Masking
Mode (Mode 6).
Then, select the Running Mode and send the job from the outer device.
As for the detail for the Error Check Masking Mode, refer to “8.7 Error Check Masking Mode”
on the page 8-99.

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8.7 Error Reset / Error Mask Mode
8.7.1 Function
It is possible to make the machine ignore error code by masking such errors in this mode.
Each error is shown by the Mask Code.
The following list shows each Mask Code and its target to mask (Name of error and Error Code).

Mask Code Name of error Error Code


00 Fuser Temperature Rising Error E-01
01 Fuser Over Temperature Error E-02
02 Developer Error E-04
03 Cutter Error E-07
04 Counter Error E-06
05 Fuser Thermostat Error E-21
06 Tray Error E-22
07 Wire Cleaning Error E-16
08 Fuser Agitator Fan Error E-28
10 Roll Deck Jam J-01
J-02
J-03
J-04
11 Roll End (1st Roll Deck) P-01
12 Roll End (2nd Roll Deck) P-02
13 Roll End (3rd Roll Deck) P-03
14 Roll End (4th Roll Deck) P-04
15 Toner Low

Notes
(1) When “Fuser Temperature Rising Error (E-01)” or “Fuser Over Temperature Error (E-02)”
occurs during the usage of machine, it is impossible to clear the error even if you turn off
the machine after taking a proper treatment because it is memorized in the memory.
When these errors occur, do as follows.

1. Find the cause of error and take a proper treatment.

2. Turn on the machine.


The same Error Code will be indicated again as “E-01”.
Enter the Service Mode, and then select the Error Check Masking Mode.

3. Mask the error in the way mentioned on and after the next page.
The error will be cleared.

4. Do not forget to cancel error masking after clearing the error because it is
very dangerous if the machine ignores those errors.
(Error masking will be cancelled automatically if you turn off the machine or cancel
the Service Mode.)

(2) It is impossible to mask the Door Open Error.

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8.7.2 Indication of the Operation Panel
The 1st digit from the left indicates “6” which is the mode number of the “Error Check Masking Mode”.
2nd and 3rd digits from the left indicate the Mask Code.
5th and 6th digits indicate either “on” or “no”.

“on” or “no”

Mask Code

Mode number of Error Check Masking Mode

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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8.7.3 Operation (Example of usage)
1) Enter the Service Mode, and then indicate the mode number “6” on the 1st digit from the left
pressing the SW721 six times.

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(“6” is the mode number of “Error Check Masking Mode”.)

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2) Both 2nd and 3rd digits of the Operation Panel indicate the Mask Code.
It is possible to change the Mask Code pressing SW722 (Increasing the Mask Code) and
SW723 (Decreasing the Mask Code).
Select your required Mask Code pressing SW722 and SW723 making reference to the list on the
page 8-93.

Example : We will mask the “Wire Cleaning Error”.


Its Mask Code is “07”.

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(“07” is the Mask Code of the Wire Cleaning Error”.)

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3) Press the SW725 to mask the selected error.
5th and 6th digits indicate “on” showing that the machine can not detect the selected error now.

(Before masking the error)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(After masking the error)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

Note
Error masking will be cancelled automatically if you turn off the machine or cancel the
Service Mode.

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8.8 Test Print Mode

8.8.1 Function
It is possible to print out the test patterns from the printer, which the printer has in it’s memory.

8.8.2 Indication of the Operation Panel


The 1st digit from the left indicates “7” which is the mode number of the “Test Print Mode”.
2nd and 3rd digits from the left indicate the selected print size.
5th and 6th digits indicate the number of print.

Number of print

Print Size

Mode number of Test Print Mode

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

In the Test Print Mode you will find not only the above indication but also the other one.
We will explain about such indication in the next section “8.8.3 Operation”.

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8.8.3 Operation
It is possible to decide the following settings in the Test Print Mode.

Print size
Number of prints
Test pattern ( type of image )
Roll Deck selection

As an example we will make the following test print.

Print size A1
Number of print 30 sheets
Test pattern Pattern No.5
Roll Deck selection Roll paper is supplied from the 2nd Roll Deck

1) Enter the Service Mode, and then indicate the mode number “7” on the 1st digit from the left
pressing the SW721 seven times.

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(“7” is the mode number of “Test Print Mode”.)

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2) Press the SW722 once.
The indication of print size (2nd and 3rd digits) blinks and it becomes possible to change the
print size.

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Print size “A0” blinks.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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3) Select your required print size pressing SW724 and SW725.

In case of the roll paper feeding, print size means the cut length.
In case of the sheet paper feeding, print size means the width of paper.

Selectable print sizes are as follows.

Cut length ( paper size )


Inch : 48, 44, 36, 34, 30, 24, 22, 18, 17, 12, 11 and SC

Metric : A0, A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, b1, b2, b3, b4, b5 and SC

(We need A1 print. So, select “A1” pressing SW724 or SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Print size “A1” is selected.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

Note
Print size “SC” of roll paper feeding means “Signal Cut”.
On later page we will explain how to send the cutting signal.

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4) After deciding the print size, press the SW722.
The indication of the number of print blinks and it becomes possible to change the number.

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Number of print “01” blinks.)

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PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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5) Decide the number of prints by pressing SW724 (Increasing the number) and SW725 (Decreasing
the number).
The maximum number is “99”.

(We need 30 sheets of print. So, increase the number pressing the SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(30 sheets of print)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

Note
It is impossible to decide the number of print in case of the sheet paper feeding.

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6) After deciding the number of print, press the SW722.
The Operation Panel will indicate the Test Pattern Number and Magnification Code on its 3rd and
4th digits in blinking.
Also, the Roll Deck number now selected is indicated on the 6th digit at this time.

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Test Pattern Number and Magnification Code blink.)

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TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Test Pattern No.) (Magnification Code)

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7) Select your preferable Test Pattern Number pressing the SW724.
This machine has 8 kinds of test pattern.

(We will print out the Test Pattern No.5. So, select “5” pressing the SW724.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Test Pattern No.5 is selected.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

Pattern No.1 Pattern No.4 Pattern No.7

Pattern No.2 Pattern No.5 Pattern No.8

Pattern No.3 Pattern No.6

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8) This machine has 16 kinds of magnification ratio. (Magnification Codes are from “0” to “F”.)
Select your preferable magnification ratio pressing the SW725.

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Magnification Code “2” is selected.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Example)

Test Pattern No.5 Test Pattern No.5


Magnification Code is “0” Magnification Code is “2”

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9) After deciding Test pattern Number and Magnification Code, press the SW722.
The indication of Roll Deck blinks and it becomes possible to select the other Roll Deck.

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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10) Select the Roll Deck which has your required roll paper pressing the SW725.
It is also possible to select the sheet paper feeding mode.
The contents of the setting values are as follows.

Setting value Contents


1 Roll Deck 1
2 Roll Deck 2
3 Roll Deck 3

5 Sheet paper feeding mode

“5” is selectable only when Manual Feed System (option) was added.

(We will use the roll paper in the 2nd Roll Deck. So, select “2” pressing the SW725.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(2nd Roll Deck is selected.)

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PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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Note
It is possible to specify the paper material if you select the sheet paper feeding mode.
Press the Roll Selection Switch to change the material setting.
However, note that there may be the case that you can not change the material setting if
some outer device is connected to the printer.

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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11) After selecting the Roll Deck, press the SW722 to indicate print size and number of print again.

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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12) Confirming that no setting item is blinking, press the SW725 in order to start printing.
The indication of number of print is counted down for every 1 printout.
When the last sheet is printed out, the selected number of print is indicated again.

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Print is completed.)

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PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(“30” is automatically indicated again.)

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PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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Notes
(1) If you would like to cancel a multiple sheets of test print in the middle, press the SW725.
The number of print will become “01” and the printer will stop printing.

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(2) When the print size is “SC” (Signal Cut), send the cutting signal pressing the SW723 in
the middle of printing.
The roll paper is cut at the time you press the SW723.
If you do not press it, the paper will be cut according to the setting of Maximum Cut
Length (6m or 16m).
(If the Maximum Cut Length is “unlimited” and you do not press the SW723, paper is not
cut.)
(Press the SW723 to cut the roll paper.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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Notes
(3) If you press the SW723 before starting the test print, a dot is indicated beside the print
size indication.
This is a Repeat Mode to make the decided number of prints many times.

If you start test print, a set of test print (Decided by the number of print) is repeated
endlessly having an interval between sets.
(If the number of print is 30 sheets, 30 sheets of print will be repeated many times. The
printer will stop completely between former 30 sheets and latter ones.)

We recommend you not to do this kind of print because it is useful not in the service field
but in the factory.
In case you carelessly press the SW723 and the dot is indicated, press the SW723 again
to put it out.

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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8.9 Factory Adjustment Mode

8.9.1 Function
It is possible to adjust such part as Developer Unit or Corona Units while making the following parts
work.
This mode is used in the factory before the shipment of product.
Therefore, most item is not permitted to use in the service field.
(Refer to “Permission to use in the service field” in the following list.)

Each item is shown by the Sub Mode Number.


The following list shows each Sub Mode Number and how each part works.

Sub Mode Contents Permission to use in


Number the service field
00 Main Motor rotates for 3 minute. Not permitted
01 Drum rotates for 1 revolution. Not permitted
Image Corona takes discharging when Drum is rotating.
02 Drum rotates for 1 revolution. Not permitted
Transfer Corona takes discharging when Drum is rotating.
03 Drum rotates for 1 revolution. Not permitted
Separation Corona takes discharging when Drum is
rotating.
04 Wire Cleaner goes and returns once. Permitted
05 Developer Bias is supplied for 3 minutes. (Main Motor Permitted
also rotates.) It is possible to cease during the operation
with another pressing of SW725.

8.9.2 Indication of the Operation Panel


The 1st digit from the left indicates “8” which is the mode number of the “Factory Adjustment Mode”.
2nd and 3rd digits from the left indicate the Sub Mode Number.
5th and 6th digits indicate “- -” to show the state of the part to make work.

“- -”

Sub Mode Number

Mode number of Factory Adjustment Mode

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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8.9.3 Operation (Example of usage)
1) Enter the Service Mode, and then indicate the mode number “8” on the 1st digit from the left
pressing the SW721 eight times.

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(“8” is the mode number of “Factory Adjustment Mode”.)

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2) Both 2nd and 3rd digits of the Operation Panel indicate the Sub Mode Number.
It is possible to change the Sub Mode Number pressing SW722 (Increasing the Sub Mode
Number) and SW723 (Decreasing the Sub Mode Number).
Select your required Sub Mode Number pressing SW722 and SW723. (Refer to 8.9.1.)

Example : We will make the “Wire Cleaner” work.


Its Sub Mode Number is “04”.

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(“04” is the Sub Mode Number of the Wire Cleaner.)

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3) “- -“ on 5th and 6th digits indicate the state of the part to make work.

When “- -“ is not indicated : It is impossible to make the selected part work.


When “- -“ is lighting up : Selected part is not working
When “- -“ is blinking : Selected part is working now

After confirming that “- -“ is lighting up, press the SW725 to make the selected part work.
“- -“ on both 5th and 6th digits keep on blinking when the selected part is working.
When the selected part stops working, “- -“ stops blinking.

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

(Wire Cleaner is moving.)

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

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8.10 Ram Clear Mode

8.10.1 Function
It possible to clear all setting values memorized in the RAM.
All settings will rest to factory EPROM default.
You must input all data back into BUD after you have reset the printer

8.10.2 Operation
1) When all segments on the Operation Panel are lighting up, press both SW722 and SW723 at the
same time.

job

PLAIN PAPER
VELLUM
TRACING
FILM TEST

SW721 SW722 SW723 SW724 SW725

2) Turn off the machine, and then turn it on again.


All settings are initialized by this operation.

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Installation Procedure
KIP 2000 Series Roll Removal Kit
Installation of RRK Part Number 6608000010 ( per deck removal ) Rev 2 August 8, 2001

Note
When you wish to remove two Roll decks (2nd and 3rd) from the machine, take
out all of the Roll decks for the following procedure.
When you wish to remove the only one Roll deck (3rd), take out the 2nd Roll
deck and the 3rd Roll deck.

The following instructions are the procedures when two Roll decks (2nd and 3rd) are removed:

1) Remove three screws (2) on each side from


the rails and take out all of Roll decks from the 2
printer. The right fig. shows the 2nd Roll deck (1). 2

2) Remove three screws (3) to take off the Switch


cover (4) and remove two screws (5) on each 3
side to take off the 2nd Roll deck front cover and 6
3rd Roll deck front cover (6) from the roll decks
removed from printer.

5
4
2nd and 3rd Roll decks

3) Put on the Face plate (7) and the Fitting brackets


Right/Left (8) to the 2nd Roll deck cover (6) and 8
the 3rd Roll deck cover (6), respectively. 7

6601310020 Face plate (1EA) 8


6601301230 Fitting bracket Right (1EA)
6601301220 Fitting bracket Left (1EA)

6
2nd and 3rd Roll deck covers

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4) Take out the rails (no longer used in the printer)
(9) on the both side panels.
(three screws on each side)

5) Take out the Actuator assembly (10) from the


2nd Roll deck and 3rd Roll deck and fit them to 12
the Connector cover left (11) and mount it onto
the left side of Center Frame (12). 11

11
6601301250 Connector cover Left (1EA)
Roll deck

10

6) Insert the short connector (cheater) to the


Connector cover right (13) in advance and
mount it to the right side of the Center frame (12).

6601301240 Connector cover Right (1EA) 13


6606400270 Short connector (1EA)

12

7) Mount the Switch brackets (14) on both sides


of the Center frame (12).

6601301210 Switch bracket (2EA) 14


14

12

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8) Fit the 2nd Roll deck cover and the 3rd
Roll deck cover (15) assembled ( see 16
item 3 above ) to the both side plates (16).

9) Replace the 1st Roll deck.

10) Enter the Service Mode 4 and select the Sub


Mode No. 20 to state the new number of Roll
decks.

15

Note

Please see the Service Manual for details on how to enter service
modes, “8.5.4 Explanation of each Sub Mode”.

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