Canon imagePRESS C7011VPS/C7010VPS/C6011VPS/C6010VPS/C6011S/C6010S Service Manual and Parts List Manual

Service Manual and Parts List Manual Canon imagePRESS C7011VPS/C7010VPS/C6011VPS/C6010VPS/C6011S/C6010S;
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Chapter 1) INTRODUCTION
1.1 System Construction
1.1.1 System Configuration of Pickup/Delivery Accessories
1.1.2 Communication Method of Pickup/Delivery Accessories
1.1.3 System Configuration of Print/Transmission Accessories
1.1.4 Function List of Print/Transmission Accessories
1.2 Product Specifications
1.2.1 Names of Parts
1.2.1.1 Station Configuration
1.2.1.2 External View
1.2.1.3 Internal View/Lever
1.2.1.4 Cross Section View
1.2.2 Using the Machine
1.2.2.1 Turning ON The Main Power Switch
1.2.2.2 Points to Note When Turning OFF the Main Power Switch
1.2.2.3 Control Panel
1.2.2.4 Operator Attention Light
1.2.3 User Mode Items
1.2.3.1 User Items
1.2.3.2 Media Settings
1.2.3.3 Media Specific Adjustments
1.2.3.4 System Settings
1.2.3.5 System Adjustments
1.2.3.6 Maintenance
1.2.3.7 Color management
1.2.3.8 Limited Functions Mode
1.2.4 Safety
1.2.4.1 Safety of the Machine’s Laser Mechanism
1.2.4.2 CDRH Regulation
1.2.4.3 Handling the Laser Assembly
1.2.4.4 Safety of the Toner
1.2.4.5 Points to Note When Handling the Lithium Battery
1.2.4.6 Points to note when connecting to IT power distribution system
1.2.4.7 Shutting Down the Machine in an Emergency
1.2.4.8 Points to note when assembling and disassembling
1.2.4.9 Point to Note When Performing Trouble Analysis
1.2.4.10 Points to note when connecting options
1.2.5 Product Specifications
1.2.5.1 Main Body Specifications
1.2.6 Function List
1.2.6.1 Printing Speed
1.2.6.2 Printing Speed
1.2.6.3 Printing Speed
1.2.6.4 Paper Types

Chapter 2) INSTALLATION
2.1 Making Pre-Checks
2.1.1 Selecting the Site of Installation
2.1.2 Installation Space
2.1.3 Checking the Contents
2.1.4 Installing Order of Accessories
2.1.5 Explanation for safety
2.2 Unpacking and Installation
2.2.1 Unpacking
2.2.2 Points to Note When Turning ON/OFF the Power of Host Machine
2.2.3 Preparing Starter
2.2.4 Positioning/Securing Main Station
2.2.5 Before Installing Deck
2.2.6 Before Installing Feed Assembly
2.2.7 Engagement of Primary Transfer Roller
2.2.8 Connecting Main Station and Sub Station
2.2.9 Connecting Waste Toner Connecting Pipe
2.2.10 Connecting Main Station and Sub Station with Cable
2.2.11 Connecting Power Unit Station
2.2.12 Installing Primary Fixing Assembly
2.2.13 Installing Secondary Fixing Assembly
2.2.14 Installing Duplexing Feed Assembly
2.2.15 Installing Waste Toner Container
2.2.16 Installing Process Unit
2.2.17 Mounting Operator Panel
2.2.18 Installing the Operator Attention Light
2.2.19 Connecting to the Host Machine
2.2.20 Setting Toner Container
2.2.21 Replenishing Starter
2.2.22 Setting Paper
2.2.23 Affixing Labels Main Station
2.2.24 Affixing Labels Sub Station
2.2.25 Checking the Height of the Primary Charging Assembly
2.2.26 Auto Gradation Adjustment
2.2.27 Checking Image Margin
2.2.28 Image Position Adjustment
2.2.29 Other Installations
2.2.30 Registering the Serial Numbers
2.2.31 Check and upgrade firmware of accessories
2.3 Checking the Connection to the Network
2.3.1 Overview
2.3.2 Checking the Network Connection
2.4 Registration of User Training Log
2.4.1 Overview
2.4.2 Service mode setting
2.5 Relocating the Machine
2.5.1 Operation for Moving the Machine
2.6 Installing the Key Switch Unit
2.6.1 Points to Note About Installation
2.6.2 Checking the Contents
2.6.3 Points to Note When Turning ON/OFF the Power of Host Machine
2.6.4 Installation Procedure
2.6.5 Checking After the Installation
2.7 Installing the Tab Feeding Attachment
2.7.1 Checking the Contents
2.7.2 Procedure to Change Paper Size
2.7.3 Installation Procedure
2.8 Installing the Deck Heater
2.8.1 Item to Confirm Before Installation
2.8.2 Checking the Parts to Install
2.8.3 Points to Note When Turning ON/OFF the Power of Host Machine
2.8.4 Installation Procedure (Connecting to Machine)
2.8.5 Installation Procedure (Connecting POD Deck/Secondary POD Deck)

Chapter 3) BASIC OPERATION
3.1 Construction
3.1.1 Functional Configuration
3.1.2 Major PCB Connection
3.1.3 DC Controller

Chapter 4) MAIN CONTROLLER
4.1 Construction
4.1.1 Configuration / Function
4.1.2 Notes on the Hard Disk
4.2 Construction of the Electrical Circuitry
4.2.1 Main Controller PCB (MAIN-M)
4.2.2 Main Controller PCB (MAIN-P)
4.3 Start-Up Sequence
4.3.1 Overview
4.3.2 Activation Sequence
4.4 Actions when HDD Error
4.4.1 Treatment for E602
4.5 Flow of Image Data
4.5.1 At making copy
4.5.2 At SEND execution
4.5.3 At making PDL prints
4.5.4 At making prints from the PRISMAsync controller
4.6 Parts Replacement Procedure
4.6.1 Introduction
4.6.1.1 Introduction
4.6.2 Hard Disk
4.6.2.1 Before Removing the Hard Disk
4.6.2.2 Removing the Hard Disk
4.6.3 Main Controller Box
4.6.3.1 Removing the main controller cover 1
4.6.3.2 Removing the main controller cover 2
4.6.3.3 Removing the Main Controller Box
4.6.4 Main Controller PCB
4.6.4.1 Before Removing the Main Controller PCB (MAIN-M)
4.6.4.2 Removing the Main Controller PCB (MAIN-M)
4.6.4.3 Before Removing the Main Controller PCB (MAIN-P)
4.6.4.4 Removing the Main Controller PCB (MAIN-P)
4.6.5 SRAM PCB
4.6.5.1 Before Removing the SRAM PCB
4.6.5.2 Removing the SRAM PCB
4.6.6 Boot ROM PCB
4.6.6.1 Before Removing the BOOT ROM
4.6.6.2 Removing the BOOT ROM
4.6.7 Image Memory (SDRAM)
4.6.7.1 Before Removing the DDR-SDRAM PCB
4.6.7.2 Removing the DDR-SDRAM PCB
4.6.8 RO-B PCB
4.6.8.1 Before Removing the RO-B PCB
4.6.8.2 Removing the RO-B PCB
4.6.9 GU-Short PCB
4.6.9.1 Before Removing the GU-Short PCB
4.6.9.2 Removing the GU-Short PCB
4.6.10 S-B PCB
4.6.10.1 Before Removing the S-B PCB
4.6.10.2 Removing the S-B PCB
4.6.11 LAN-bar-B PCB
4.6.11.1 Before Removing the LAN-bar-B PCB
4.6.11.2 Removing the LAN-bar-B PCB
4.6.12 O-B PCB
4.6.12.1 Before Removing O-B PCB
4.6.12.2 Removing O-B PCB
4.6.13 DRM PCB
4.6.13.1 Before Removing the DRM (256) PCB
4.6.13.2 Removing the DRM (256) PCB
4.6.13.3 Before Removing the DRM (516) PCB
4.6.13.4 Removing the DRM (516) PCB
4.6.14 ZJ-A PCB
4.6.14.1 Before Removing ZJ-A PCB
4.6.14.2 Removing ZJ-A PCB
4.6.15 Encryption PCB
4.6.15.1 Before Removing Encryption Board
4.6.15.2 Removing Encryption Board

Chapter 5) ORIGINAL EXPOSURE SYSTEM
5.1 Construction
5.1.1 Specifications, Control Mechanisms, and Functions
5.1.2 Major Components
5.1.3 Construction of the Control System
5.1.4 Reader Controller PCB
5.2 Basic Sequence
5.2.1 Basic Sequence of Operation at Power-On
5.2.2 Basic Sequence of Operation in Response to a Press on the Start Key
5.3 Various Control Mechanisms
5.3.1 Controlling the Scanner Drive System
5.3.1.1 Overview
5.3.1.2 Controlling the Scanner Motor
5.3.2 Enlargement/Reduction
5.3.2.1 Changing the Magnification in Main Scanning Direction
5.3.2.2 Changing the Magnification in Sub Scanning Direction
5.3.3 Controlling the Scanning Lamp
5.3.3.1 Overview
5.3.3.2 Scanning Lamp
5.3.3.3 Turning On and Off the Scanning Lamp
5.3.4 Detecting the Size of Originals
5.3.4.1 Identifying the Size of Originals
5.3.4.2 Points of Measurement Used for Original Size Identification
5.3.4.3 Overview of Operation
5.3.5 Dirt Sensor Control
5.3.5.1 Dust Detection Control at Stream Reading
5.3.5.2 White Plate Dust Detection Control
5.3.6 Image Processing
5.3.6.1 Overview
5.3.6.2 CCD Drive
5.3.6.3 CCD Gain Correction, Offset Correction
5.3.6.4 CCD Output A/D Conversion
5.3.6.5 Outline of Shading Correction
5.3.6.6 Shading Adjustment
5.3.6.7 Shading Correction
5.4 Parts Replacement Procedure
5.4.1 Introduction
5.4.1.1 Introduction
5.4.2 DADF
5.4.2.1 Removing the DADF
5.4.3 Copyboard Glass
5.4.3.1 Removing the Copyboard Glass
5.4.4 Replacement of Standard White Plate
5.4.4.1 Removing the Standard White Plate
5.4.5 Exposure Lamp
5.4.5.1 Preparation for Removing the Scanner Lamp
5.4.5.2 Removing the Scanner Lamp
5.4.6 Reader Controller PCB
5.4.6.1 Preparation for Removing the Reader Controller PCB
5.4.6.2 Removing the Reader Controller PCB
5.4.7 Interface PCB
5.4.7.1 Removing the Interface PCB
5.4.8 Inverter PCB
5.4.8.1 Preparation for Removing the Inverter PCB
5.4.8.2 Removing the Inverter PCB
5.4.9 CCD Unit
5.4.9.1 Preparation for Removing the CCD Unit
5.4.9.2 Removing the CCD Unit
5.4.10 Scanner Motor
5.4.10.1 Preparation for Removing the Scanner Motor
5.4.10.2 Removing the Scanner Motor
5.4.10.3 Attaching the Scanner Motor
5.4.11 ADF Open/Close Sensor
5.4.11.1 Removing the ADF Open/Close Sensor
5.4.12 Scanner Home Position Sensor
5.4.12.1 Removing the Scanner Home Position Sensor
5.4.13 Original Sensor
5.4.13.1 Preparation for Removing the Original Size Sensor
5.4.13.2 Removing the Original Size Sensor
5.4.14 Scanner Drive Cable
5.4.14.1 Preparation for Removing the Scanner Motor Drive Wire
5.4.14.2 Removing the Scanner Drive Wire
5.4.14.3 Attaching the Scanner Drive Wire
5.4.14.4 Adjustment of Positions of the Mirror 1, 2 Mount

Chapter 6) LASER EXPOSURE
6.1 Construction
6.1.1 Specifications/Controls/Functions
6.1.2 Major Components
6.1.3 Control System Configuration
6.2 Basic Sequence
6.2.1 Basic Sequence
6.3 Various Control
6.3.1 Controlling the Laser Activation Timing
6.3.1.1 ON/OFF Control
6.3.1.2 Sync Control in Horizontal Scanning Direction
6.3.1.3 Sync Control in Vertical Scanning Direction
6.3.2 Controlling the Intensity of Laser Light
6.3.2.1 APC Control
6.3.2.2 PWM Control
6.3.3 Controlling the Laser Scanner Motor
6.3.3.1 Laser Scanner Motor Control
6.3.4 Controlling the Laser Shutter
6.3.4.1 Laser Shutter Control
6.3.5 Correcting Image Displacement
6.3.5.1 Overview of Color Displacement Correction Control
6.3.5.2 Color Displacement Detection/Correction Timing
6.3.5.3 Correction of Write Starting Position in Horizontal Direction
6.3.5.4 Correction of the Magnification Ratio in Horizontal Direction
6.3.5.5 Correction of Tilt in Horizontal Direction
6.3.5.6 Correction of Write Starting Position in Vertical Direction
6.3.5.7 Half Magnification Ratio Adjustment Control in Horizontal Direction
6.4 Parts Replacement Procedure
6.4.1 Introduction
6.4.1.1 Introduction
6.4.2 Laser Scanner Unit
6.4.2.1 Before Removing Laser Scanner Unit (Without POD Deck)
6.4.2.2 Before Removing Laser Scanner Unit (With POD Deck)
6.4.2.3 Removing Laser Scanner Unit

Chapter 7) IMAGE FORMATION
7.1 Construction
7.1.1 Image Formation Specification / Control / Function List
7.1.2 Main Components
7.1.3 Charging Specification List
7.2 Image Formation Process
7.2.1 Image Formation Process (overall)
7.2.2 Image Formation Process (Image Formation)
7.2.3 Image Formation Process (Transfer)
7.3 Driving and Controlling the Image Formation System
7.3.1 Image Formation System Drive / High-Voltage Control
7.4 Image Stabilization Control
7.4.1 Image Stabilization Control Overview
7.4.2 Image Stabilization Control Timing
7.4.3 Toner Density Stabilizing Control
7.4.4 Potential Control
7.4.5 ATR Control
7.4.6 PASCAL Control
7.4.7 D-max Control
7.4.8 D-half Control
7.4.9 ARCDAT Control
7.4.10 ATVC Control
7.4.11 ACVC Control
7.4.12 Low Duty Ejection Control
7.5 Process Unit
7.5.1 Outline
7.5.1.1 Overview of the Process Unit
7.5.1.2 Process Unit Drive Control
7.5.2 Charging Mechanism
7.5.2.1 Overview of Charging Mechanism
7.5.2.2 Primary Charging Bias Control
7.5.2.3 Primary Charging Assembly Cleaning Control
7.5.2.4 Pre-Exposure LED Activation Control
7.5.2.5 Drum Cleaning Unit
7.5.3 Developing Assembly
7.5.3.1 Developing Assembly Configurations
7.5.3.2 Developing Bias Control
7.5.3.3 Spatter Prevention Bias Control
7.5.3.4 ACR Control
7.5.3.5 Toner Anticoagulation Control
7.5.3.6 Environment Control in the Developing Assembly
7.5.4 Drum Patch Sensor Shutter Open/close Control
7.5.4.1 Drum Patch Sensor Shutter Open/Close Control
7.5.5 Airflow Control
7.5.5.1 Airflow Control
7.6 Toner Container
7.6.1 Overview of Toner Supply Mechanism
7.6.2 Toner Container Present/Absent Detection
7.6.3 Toner Supply Mechanism Drive Control
7.6.4 Toner Level Detection
7.6.5 Toner Supply Control
7.7 Transfer Device
7.7.1 Overview of Transfer Assembly
7.7.2 Transfer Bias Control
7.7.3 Overview of Primary Transfer Assembly
7.7.4 ITB Speed Control
7.7.5 ITB Displacement Correction Control
7.7.6 Pre-Transfer Charging
7.7.7 Leading Edge Registration Control
7.7.8 ITB Cleaning Control
7.7.9 Overview of Secondary Transfer Assembly
7.7.10 Secondary Transfer Outside Roller Cleaning Control
7.7.11 Secondary Transfer Assembly Lock/Unlock Control
7.8 Waste Toner Collection Mechanism
7.8.1 Waste Toner Collection
7.8.2 Waste Toner Full Detection
7.9 Drum Heater
7.9.1 Drum Heater Control
7.10 Parts Replacement Procedure
7.10.1 Introduction
7.10.1.1 Introduction
7.10.2 Process Unit Area
7.10.2.1 Process Unit Area-1/2
7.10.2.2 Process Unit Area-2/2
7.10.3 Intermediate Transfer Unit Area
7.10.3.1 Intermediate Transfer Unit Area-1/2
7.10.3.2 Intermediate Transfer Unit Area-2/2
7.10.4 Process Unit
7.10.4.1 Removing Process Unit Cover
7.10.4.2 Before Removing Process Unit
7.10.4.3 Removing process Unit
7.10.5 Front Exposure Lamp
7.10.5.1 Before Removing Pre-exposure Lamp Unit
7.10.5.2 Removing Pre-exposure Lamp Unit
7.10.5.3 Before Removing Drum Cleaner Pre-exposure Unit
7.10.5.4 Removing Drum Cleaner Pre-exposure Unit
7.10.6 Primary Charging Assembly
7.10.6.1 Removing Primary Charging Assembly
7.10.7 Primary Charging Wire
7.10.7.1 Removing the Primary Charging Wire
7.10.8 Primary Corona Grid Panel
7.10.8.1 Removing the Primary Charging Grid Plate
7.10.9 Primary Corona Pad Holder
7.10.9.1 Removing Primary Corona Wire Pad Holder
7.10.10 Primary Corona Slider
7.10.10.1 Removing Primary Corona Wire Slider
7.10.11 Pre-transfer Charging Assembly
7.10.11.1 Before Removing the Pre-transfer Charging Assembly
7.10.11.2 Removing Pre-transfer Charging Assembly
7.10.12 Pre-Transfer Charging Wire
7.10.12.1 Removing the Pre-transfer Charging Wire
7.10.13 Pre-Transfer Corona Pad Holder
7.10.13.1 Removing the Pre-transfer Charging Wire Pad Holder
7.10.14 Pre-Transfer Corona Slider
7.10.14.1 Removing the Pre-transfer Charging Wire Pad Slider
7.10.15 Drum Unit
7.10.15.1 Before Removing the Drum Unit
7.10.15.2 Removing the Drum Unit
7.10.16 Photosensitive Drum Cleaning Unit
7.10.16.1 Before Removing Drum Cleaner Unit
7.10.16.2 Removing Drum Cleaner Unit
7.10.16.3 Before Removing the Drum Cleaner Kit
7.10.16.4 Removing the Drum Cleaner Kit
7.10.17 Photosensitive Drum
7.10.17.1 Points to Note When Handling the Photosensitive Drum
7.10.17.2 Before Removing Drum
7.10.17.3 Removing Drum
7.10.18 Scoop-Up Sheet
7.10.18.1 Removing the Scoop-up Sheet
7.10.18.2 Removing the Side Seal
7.10.19 End Seal
7.10.19.1 Removing End Seal
7.10.20 Drum Cleaning Brush Roller
7.10.20.1 Removing Drum Cleaning Brush Roller
7.10.21 Photosensitive Drum Cleaning Blade
7.10.21.1 Removing the Drum Cleaning Blade
7.10.22 Hopper Assembly
7.10.22.1 Removing Hopper Unit
7.10.23 Sub Hopper Motor
7.10.23.1 Removing the Sub-Hopper Stirring Motor
7.10.24 Developing Assembly
7.10.24.1 Before Removing the Developing Assembly
7.10.24.2 Removing Developing Assembly
7.10.24.3 How to Remove Developer
7.10.25 Drum Patch Sensor
7.10.25.1 Removing the Drum Patch Sensor Unit
7.10.26 Developing Knocking Motor
7.10.26.1 Before Removing Developing Knocking Motor
7.10.26.2 Removing Developing Knocking Motor
7.10.27 Grid Plate
7.10.27.1 Removing the Grid Cleaning Pad
7.10.28 ITB Cleaning Unit
7.10.28.1 Before Removing the ITB Cleaner Unit
7.10.28.2 Removing ITB Cleaner Unit
7.10.29 ITB Cleaning Scraper
7.10.29.1 Removing ITB Inside Cleaning Scraper
7.10.30 Secondary Transfer Outside Roller Unit
7.10.30.1 Removing the Secondary Transfer Outer Roller Unit
7.10.30.2 Removing the Secondary Transfer Outer Unit
7.10.31 Intermediate Transfer Belt
7.10.31.1 Lifting up the Intermediate Transfer Belt Unit
7.10.31.2 Before Removing the Intermediate Transfer Belt (ITB)
7.10.31.3 Removing the Intermediate Transfer Belt (ITB)
7.10.32 ITB Home Position Sensor
7.10.32.1 Before Removing ITB Home Position Sensor
7.10.32.2 Removing ITB Home Position Sensor
7.10.33 Primary Transfer Roller
7.10.33.1 Removing the Primary Transfer Roller (Y/M/C/Bk)
7.10.34 Secondary Transfer External Roller
7.10.34.1 Removing the Secondary Transfer Outer Roller
7.10.35 Secondary Transfer Internal Roller
7.10.35.1 Removing the Secondary Transfer Inner Roller
7.10.36 Secondary Transfer Cleaning Assembly
7.10.36.1 Removing the Secondary Transfer Cleaner Kit
7.10.37 Secondary Transfer Cleaning Brush Roller
7.10.37.1 Removing the Secondary Transfer Cleaning Brush Roller
7.10.38 ITB Cleaning Brush Roller
7.10.38.1 Removing the Removing the ITB Cleaning Brush Roller
7.10.39 ITB Cleaning Blade
7.10.39.1 Removing the ITB Bias Roller Cleaning Blade Unit
7.10.40 ITB Edge Seal
7.10.40.1 Removing the ITB edge label (F)
7.10.40.2 Removing the ITB edge label (R)
7.10.41 Secondary Transfer Inlet Guide
7.10.41.1 Removing Secondary Transfer Inlet Guide
7.10.41.2 Removing the Secondary Transfer Inlet Guide (Upper)
7.10.41.3 Removing the Secondary Transfer Inlet Guide (Lower)
7.10.42 Secondary Transfer Toner Blocking Sheet
7.10.42.1 Removing the Secondary Transfer Unit Toner Blocking Sheet
7.10.43 Color Registration Patch Cleaning Shutter
7.10.43.1 Removing the Registration Patch Sensor Shutter
7.10.44 Leading Edge Registration Patch Sensor Shutter
7.10.44.1 Removing the Leading Edge Registration Patch Sensor Cleaning Shutter
7.10.45 Drum Patch Sensor Shutter Solenoid
7.10.45.1 Before Removing the Drum Patch Sensor Shutter Solenoid Unit (Excluding the Solenoid Pin with Wire)
7.10.45.2 Removing the Drum Patch Sensor Shutter Solenoid Unit (Excluding the Solenoid Pin with Wire)
7.10.46 ITB Torque Limiter
7.10.46.1 Removing the Torque Limiter
7.10.47 ITB Cleaner Drive Unit
7.10.47.1 Removing the ITB Cleaner Drive Unit

Chapter 8) PICKUP/FEEDING SYSTEM
8.1 Construction
8.1.1 Specifications
8.1.2 Main Station Unit Layout Drawing
8.1.3 Sub Station Unit Layout Drawing
8.1.4 Main Station Roller Layout Drawing
8.1.5 Sub Station Roller Layout Drawing
8.1.6 Main Station Sensor Layout Drawing
8.1.7 Sub Station Sensor Layout Drawing
8.1.8 Main Station Drive Transmission Drawing
8.1.9 Sub Station Drive Transmission Drawing
8.1.10 Control Layout Drawing (Main station)
8.1.11 Control Layout (Sub station)
8.1.12 Interval Speed
8.2 Basic Sequence
8.2.1 Cassette Pick Up
8.3 Detecting Jams
8.3.1 Jam Detection Outline
8.3.1.1 Overview
8.3.1.2 Measures for Jam Occurrence
8.3.2 Delay Jams
8.3.2.1 Deck Pick-Up Assembly (Right Deck / Left Deck)
8.3.2.2 Other Delay Jam
8.3.3 Stationary Jams
8.3.3.1 Normal Stationary Jam
8.3.3.2 Stationary Jam at Power ON
8.3.4 Other Jams
8.3.4.1 Paper Thickness Detection Jam
8.3.4.2 Double Feeding Jam
8.3.4.3 Transparency Jam
8.3.4.4 Paper Size Mismatch Jam
8.3.4.5 Sequence jam
8.4 Manual Feed Pickup Unit
8.4.1 Configuration
8.4.2 Feeding Operation
8.4.3 Paper Size Detection
8.4.4 Last Paper Detection
8.5 Deck
8.5.1 Timing for Lifter Control
8.5.2 Lifter Error Detection
8.5.3 Switching the Media Size
8.5.4 Paper Presence/Absence Detection
8.5.5 Paper Surface Detection
8.5.6 Remaining Paper Level Detection
8.5.7 Opening/Closing
8.5.8 Auto Cassette Change Function
8.6 Deck Pick-up Unit
8.6.1 Configuration
8.6.2 Air Pickup
8.6.3 Air Heater control
8.6.4 Pickup Operation
8.7 Lower Feeder Unit
8.7.1 Overview
8.7.2 Paper Length Detection
8.8 Vertical Path Feeder Unit
8.8.1 Overview
8.9 Pre-registration Unit
8.9.1 Overview
8.9.2 Pre-Registration Control
8.9.3 Double Feeding Detection
8.9.4 Paper Thickness Detection
8.10 Registration Unit
8.10.1 Overview
8.10.2 Cross Feed Registration Control
8.10.3 Lead Edge Registration Control
8.11 Duplex Feeding Unit
8.11.1 Overview
8.11.2 Duplexing Standby Control
8.11.3 Page Passing Duplex Control
8.12 Delivery
8.12.1 Overview
8.12.2 Delivery Control
8.12.3 Reverse Control
8.12.4 Duplexing Reverse Control
8.12.5 Jam residual paper ejection control
8.13 De-curler Control
8.13.1 Overview
8.13.2 Bypass Decurler Control
8.13.3 Duplexing Decurler Control
8.13.4 Delivery Decurler Control
8.14 Parts Replacement Procedure
8.14.1 Introduction
8.14.1.1 Introduction
8.14.2 Pickup/Feed Unit Area (Main Station)
8.14.2.1 Pickup Unit Area
8.14.2.2 Feed Unit Area
8.14.3 Pickup/Feed Unit Area (Sub Station)
8.14.3.1 Fixing Feed Path Unit Area-1/2
8.14.3.2 Fixing Feed Path Unit Area-2/2
8.14.3.3 Duplex Feed Unit Area
8.14.4 Vertical Path Unit
8.14.4.1 Removing vertical path unit
8.14.5 Deck Unit
8.14.5.1 Pulling out the deck Unit
8.14.5.2 Before Removing Deck Unit
8.14.5.3 Removing Deck Unit
8.14.6 Cassette Pickup Unit
8.14.6.1 Before Removing Right/Left Pickup Deck
8.14.6.2 Removing Right/Left Pickup Deck
8.14.7 Cross-Feed Roller
8.14.7.1 Removing the Cross-feed Unit
8.14.7.2 Removing the Cross-feed Roller Cleaning Member
8.14.7.3 Removing the Cross-feed Roller
8.14.8 Feed Roller
8.14.8.1 Removing the Manual Feed Roller
8.14.9 Separation Roller
8.14.9.1 Removing the Manual Separation Roller
8.14.10 Left Deck Lifter Motor
8.14.10.1 Before Removing the Left Deck Lifter Motor Unit
8.14.11 Right Deck Lifter Motor
8.14.11.1 Before Removing the Right Deck Lifter Motor Unit
8.14.12 Bypass Feed Assembly
8.14.12.1 Before Removing Bypass Feed Unit
8.14.12.2 Removing the Bypass Upper Unit
8.14.13 Bypass Feed Roller
8.14.13.1 Removing Bypass Driven Roller 1
8.14.13.2 Removing Bypass Driven Roller 2
8.14.13.3 Removing Bypass Driven Roller 3
8.14.13.4 Removing Bypass Feed Roller 1, Bypass Feed Roller 2, Bypass Feed Roller 3
8.14.13.5 Removing Bypass Driven Roller 4
8.14.13.6 Removing Bypass Feed Roller 4
8.14.13.7 Removing the Merging Swing Gear 20Z
8.14.13.8 Removing Bypass Decurler Driven Roller
8.14.14 Tandem Feed Assembly
8.14.14.1 Removing the Tandem Feed Unit (Upper)
8.14.15 Tandem Feed Roller
8.14.15.1 Removing Tandem Feed Roller 1, Tandem Feed Roller 2
8.14.15.2 Removing Tandem Driven Roller 1
8.14.15.3 Removing Tandem Driven Roller 2
8.14.15.4 Removing Tandem Driven Roller 3
8.14.15.5 Removing Tandem Feed Roller 3
8.14.15.6 Removing the S2M30T Pulley
8.14.16 Feed Belt
8.14.16.1 Removing the Feed Belt Assembly
8.14.16.2 Removing Feed Belt (Merger Unit)
8.14.16.3 Removing the Feed Belt (Duplexing Decurler)
8.14.17 Merger pass Assembly
8.14.17.1 Before Removing the Merger Path Unit
8.14.17.2 Removing the Merging Z18 Gear
8.14.17.3 Removing the Fixing Merger Unit (Upper)
8.14.17.4 Removing the Fixing Merger Unit (Lower)
8.14.18 Duplex Unit
8.14.18.1 Removing the Duplex Decurler Unit
8.14.18.2 Removing the Duplexing Decurler Unit (Upper)
8.14.19 Duplexing Reversing Roller
8.14.19.1 Removing the Duplexing Reverse Roller and Duplexing Reverse Rear Roller
8.14.20 Delivery/Reversing Unit
8.14.20.1 Removing the Delivery Upper Guide Unit
8.14.21 Delivery Roller
8.14.21.1 Removing the S2M30T Pulley, Delivery Roller 1 and Delivery Reverse Front Roller
8.14.21.2 Removing the Delivery Roller 3
8.14.21.3 Removing the Z17 Gear
8.14.21.4 Removing the Delivery Roller 2
8.14.21.5 Removing the Delivery Reverse Rear Roller
8.14.21.6 Removing the Delivery Reverse Front Slave Roller
8.14.22 Delivery Reversing Roller
8.14.22.1 Removing the Delivery Reverse Roller 1 and Delivery Reverse Roller 2
8.14.22.2 Removing the Color Sensor Backup Roller
8.14.23 Delivery Decurler Roller 1
8.14.23.1 Removing the Delivery Decurler Roller 1
8.14.24 Delivery Decurler Roller 2
8.14.24.1 Removing the Delivery Decurler Roller 2
8.14.24.2 Removing the Delivery Slave Roller 1, and Delivery Slave Roller 2
8.14.25 One-way Clutch
8.14.25.1 Removing the One-way Clutch
8.14.26 Cleaning Brush
8.14.26.1 Removing the Decurler Backup Roller Cleaning Brush

Chapter 9) FIXING SYSTEM
9.1 Construction
9.1.1 Features
9.1.2 Specifications / Control / List of Functions
9.1.3 Major Parts (Cross-Section)
9.1.4 Major Parts (Thermistor / Thermo Switch)
9.1.5 Major Parts (Sensor / Solenoid)
9.1.6 Control System Configuration
9.1.7 Tandem / Single Fixing Switch Control
9.1.8 Fixing Drive Control
9.2 Basic Sequence
9.2.1 At Power-On
9.2.2 At Time of Printing
9.2.3 At Mode Change (when the controlled temperature is lowered)
9.2.4 At Mode Change (when the controlled temperature is increased)
9.3 Various Control Mechanisms
9.3.1 Controlling the Fixing Roller Temperature
9.3.1.1 Overview
9.3.1.2 Controlled Temperature at Each Mode
9.3.1.3 Temperature Control in Productivity Priority Mode
9.3.1.4 Temperature Control in Image Priority Mode
9.3.1.5 Power-Saving Mode
9.3.2 Down Sequence Control
9.3.2.1 Overview
9.3.3 Detecting the Passage of Paper
9.3.3.1 Detection of Paper Wrap-Around
9.3.4 External Heat Roller Drive Control
9.3.4.1 External Heating Roller Detach/Attach Mechanism
9.3.5 Belting inclined Control
9.3.5.1 Pressure Belt One-Sided Displacement Correction Control
9.4 Belt Pressurizing Mechanism
9.4.1 Pressure Belt / Roller Pressure Mechanism
9.5 Fixing Cleaning Web Mechanisms
9.5.1 Fixing Cleaning Web Drive Control
9.5.2 Fixing Cleaning Web Remaining Level Detection Control
9.5.3 Cleaning Web Detach/Attach Mechanism
9.5.4 Fixing Roller Refresh Control
9.6 Protective Functions
9.6.1 Protection Circuit
9.7 Parts Replacement Procedure
9.7.1 Introduction
9.7.1.1 Introduction
9.7.2 Fixing Assembly Area
9.7.2.1 Primary Fixing Assembly Area-1/4
9.7.2.2 Primary Fixing Assembly Area-2/4
9.7.2.3 Primary Fixing Assembly Area-3/4
9.7.2.4 Primary Fixing Assembly Area-4/4
9.7.2.5 Secondary Fixing Assembly Area-1/3
9.7.2.6 Secondary Fixing Assembly Area-2/3
9.7.2.7 Secondary Fixing Assembly Area-3/3
9.7.3 Notice When Handling the Fixing Assembly
9.7.3.1 Notes for Thermistor/Thermo Switch
9.7.4 Fixing Assembly
9.7.4.1 Removing Primary Fixing Assembly
9.7.4.2 Removing Secondary Fixing Assembly
9.7.4.3 Points to Note When Replacing Primary/Secondary Fixing Intermediate Unit
9.7.5 Fixing Belt Unit
9.7.5.1 Removing the Primary Fixing Belt Unit
9.7.6 Fixing Roller
9.7.6.1 Removing the Primary Fixing Roller
9.7.6.2 Removing the Secondary Fixing Roller
9.7.7 Pressure Roller
9.7.7.1 Removing the Secondary Fixing Pressure Roller
9.7.8 Fixing Belt
9.7.8.1 Removing the Fixing Belt
9.7.9 External Heat Roller
9.7.9.1 Removing the Primary Fixing External Heat Roller
9.7.9.2 Removing the Secondary Fixing External Heat Roller
9.7.9.3 Removing the Primary Fixing External Heat Roller (Upper), Primary Fixing External Heat Insulating Bush (Upper), and Primary
Fixing External Heat Bearing (Upper)
9.7.9.4 Removing the Primary Fixing External Heat Roller (Lower), Primary Fixing External Heat Insulating Bush (Lower), and Primary
Fixing External Heat Bearing (Lower)
9.7.9.5 Removing the Secondary Fixing External Heat Roller (Upper), Secondary Fixing External Heat Insulating Bush (Upper), and
Secondary Fixing External Heat Bearing (Upper)
9.7.9.6 Removing the Secondary Fixing External Heat Roller (Lower), Secondary Fixing External Heat Insulating Bush (Lower), and
Secondary Fixing External Heat Bearing (Lower)
9.7.10 Oil Applying Roller
9.7.10.1 Removing the Oil Coating Roller
9.7.11 External Heat Cleaning Roller
9.7.11.1 Removing the Primary Fixing External Heat Cleaning Roller
9.7.11.2 Removing the Secondary Fixing External Heat Cleaning Roller
9.7.12 Fixing Web Roller
9.7.12.1 Removing the Primary Fixing Web Unit
9.7.12.2 Removing the Secondary Fixing Web Unit
9.7.12.3 Removing the Fixing Web Roller
9.7.13 Refresh Roller
9.7.13.1 Removing the Primary Fixing Refresh Roller Unit
9.7.13.2 Removing the Secondary Fixing Refresh Roller Unit
9.7.13.3 Removing the Primary Fixing Refresh Roller
9.7.13.4 Removing the Secondary Fixing Refresh Roller
9.7.13.5 Removing the Primary Fixing Refresh Cleaning Roller
9.7.13.6 Removing the Secondary Fixing Refresh Cleaning Roller
9.7.14 Steering Roller
9.7.14.1 Removing the Steering Roller
9.7.15 Pressure Pad
9.7.15.1 Removing the Pressure Pad
9.7.16 Pressure Pad Cover
9.7.16.1 Removing the Pressure Pad Cover
9.7.17 Fixing Roller Thermistor
9.7.17.1 Removing the Primary Fixing Roller Main/Sub Thermistor (THM301/THM304), Primary Fixing Roller Thermoswitch (TP300)
9- 142
9.7.17.2 Removing the Secondary Fixing Roller Main/Sub Thermistor (THM306/THM309) and Secondary Fixing Roller Thermoswitch
(TP304)
9.7.18 External Heat Thermistor
9.7.18.1 Removing the Primary Fixing External Heat Thermistor
9.7.18.2 Removing the Secondary Fixing External Heat Thermistor
9.7.19 Inlet Thermistor
9.7.19.1 Removing the Inlet Thermistor
9.7.20 Fixing Locking Thermal Switch
9.7.20.1 Removing the Fixing Pressure Thermoswitch and the Fixing Pressure Thermistor
9.7.21 Thermal Switch
9.7.21.1 Removing the Primary Fixing External Heatting Upper/Lower Roller Thermoswitch (TP302/303)
9.7.21.2 Removing the Secondary Fixing External Heatting Upper/Lower Roller Thermoswitch (TP306/307)
9.7.22 Fixing Belt Thermal Switch
9.7.22.1 Removing Belt Fixing Thermo Switch
9.7.23 Fixing Web
9.7.23.1 Removing the Primary Fixing Web
9.7.23.2 Removing the Secondary Fixing Web
9.7.24 Fixing Web Solenoid
9.7.24.1 Removing the Primary Fixing Web Solenoid
9.7.24.2 Removing the Secondary Fixing Web Solenoid
9.7.25 Insulating Bush
9.7.25.1 Removing the Primary Fixing Roller Insulating Bush
9.7.25.2 Removing the Secondary Fixing Roller Insulating Bush
9.7.25.3 Removing the Secondary Fixing Pressure Roller Insulating Bush
9.7.26 Bearing
9.7.26.1 Removing the Bearing 1 and Bearing 3
9.7.26.2 Removing the Bearing 2 and Bearing 5
9.7.26.3 Removing the Primary Fixing Roller Bearing
9.7.26.4 Removing the Secondary Fixing Roller Bearing
9.7.26.5 Removing the Secondary Fixing Pressure Roller Bearing
9.7.27 Separation Claw
9.7.27.1 Removing the Primary Fixing Separation Claw
9.7.27.2 Removing the Secondary Fixing Separation Claw
9.7.28 Delivery Upper Separation Plate
9.7.28.1 Removing the Primary Fixing Separation Plate
9.7.28.2 Removing the Secondary Fixing Separation Plate
9.7.29 Fixing Inner Delivery Roller
9.7.29.1 Removing the Primary Fixing Inner Delivery Lower Roller
9.7.29.2 Removing the Secondary Fixing Inner Delivery Lower Roller

Chapter 10) EXTERNALS AND CONTROLS
10.1 Control Panel
10.1.1 Overview
10.1.2 Specifications LCD Display
10.1.3 Specifications Touchscreen
10.1.4 Electrical interfaces with PRISMAsync controller
10.1.5 Key Pad
10.1.6 LED Lighting
10.1.7 External USB port
10.2 Counters
10.2.1 Overview
10.2.2 Billing counters
10.2.3 Day counters
10.2.4 Count-up Timing
10.3 Fans
10.3.1 Function of Fan
10.3.2 Sequence of Fan Operation
10.4 Power Supply
10.4.1 Power Supply
10.4.1.1 AC Power Supply Configuration
10.4.1.2 DC Power Supply Configuration
10.4.2 Protection Function
10.4.2.1 Protective Functions
10.4.3 Backup Battery
10.4.3.1 Overview
10.4.4 Energy-Saving Function
10.4.4.1 Overview
10.4.4.2 SNMP setup
10.5 Parts Replacement Procedure
10.5.1 Introduction
10.5.1.1 Introduction
10.5.2 Auxiliary Control Unit Area
10.5.2.1 Auxiliary Control Unit Area
10.5.3 External Covers
10.5.3.1 Rear Cover
10.5.4 AC Power Supply Unit
10.5.4.1 Before Removing AC Power Supply Unit
10.5.4.2 Removing AC Power Supply Unit
10.5.5 Power Supply Unit
10.5.5.1 Before Removing the 24V Power SupplyA/B
10.5.5.2 Removing the 24V Power SupplyA/B
10.5.5.3 Before Removing the 24V Power SupplyC/D
10.5.5.4 Removing the 24V Power SupplyC/D
10.5.5.5 Before Removing the 24V Power Supply E/F
10.5.5.6 Removing the 24V Power Supply E/F
10.5.5.7 Before removing the 24V Power Supply H/J
10.5.5.8 Removing the 24V Power Supply H/J
10.5.5.9 Before removing the 24V Power Supply I
10.5.5.10 Removing the 24V Power Supply I
10.5.5.11 Before Removing the 12V Power SupplyA/B
10.5.5.12 Removing the 12V Power SupplyA/B
10.5.6 DC Controller PCB
10.5.6.1 Before Removing DC controller PCB
10.5.6.2 Removing DC controller PCB
10.5.7 All-Night Power Supply PCB
10.5.7.1 Before Removing the 3.3V all-night power supply PCB
10.5.7.2 Removing the 3.3V all-night power supply PCB
10.5.8 Leakage Breaker
10.5.8.1 Before Removing Leakage Protection Relay
10.5.8.2 Removing Leakage Protection Relay
10.5.9 Fixing Relay
10.5.9.1 Before Removing the Fixing Relay PCB
10.5.9.2 Removing the Fixing Relay PCB
10.5.10 Enviroment Heater Driver PCB
10.5.10.1 Before Removing Environment heater driver PCB
10.5.10.2 Removing Environment heater driver PCB
10.5.11 ECO PCB
10.5.11.1 Before Removing the ECO-ID PCB
10.5.11.2 Removing the ECO-ID PCB
10.5.12 Ozone Filter
10.5.12.1 Removing the Intermediate Transfer Unit Ozone Filter
10.5.12.2 Removing the Main Station Ozone Filter
10.5.12.3 Removing the Sub Station Rear Left Ozone Filter (x4)
10.5.12.4 Removing the Sub Station Rear Middle Ozone Filter (x2)
10.5.13 Toner Filter
10.5.13.1 Removing the Main Station Toner Filter
10.5.14 Noise Filter
10.5.14.1 Before removing AC Filter Unit
10.5.14.2 Removing AC Filter Unit
10.5.15 Air Filter
10.5.15.1 Removing the Intermediate Transfer Unit Ozone Filter
10.5.15.2 Removing the Main Station Right Suction Filter (x3)
10.5.15.3 Removing the Main Station Left Suction Filter (x3)
10.5.15.4 Removing the Delivery Static Filter (Sub Station)
10.5.16 Power Unit Station
10.5.16.1 Removing the Power Unit Station Cover
10.5.16.2 Before Removing the Power Unit Limiter PCB
10.5.16.3 Removing the Power Unit Limiter PCB
10.5.16.4 Before Removing the Power Unit Relay PCB
10.5.16.5 Removing the Power Unit Relay PCB
10.5.16.6 Removing Power Unit Station

Chapter 11) MEAP
11.1 MEAP
11.1.1 MEAP

Chapter 12) RDS
12.1 RDS
12.1.1 Overview
12.1.2 Service cautions
12.1.3 E-RDS Setup
12.1.4 FAQ
12.1.5 Troubleshooting
12.1.6 Error code and strings

Chapter 13) OPERATOR MAINTENANCE
13.1 Outline
13.1.1 Operator Maintenance
13.2 Operator Maintenance Mode
13.2.1 Overview
13.2.2 Type of Mode
13.2.3 Function
13.3 Installation
13.3.1 Installation Procedure (Operator maintenance on remote PC)
13.4 Maintenance
13.4.1 Overview
13.4.2 Items for Replacement/Cleaning_Drum
13.4.3 Items for Replacement/Cleaning_Transfer
13.4.4 Items for Replacement/Cleaning_Fixing
13.4.5 Items for Replacement/Cleaning_Filter
13.4.6 Items for Replacement/Cleaning_Others
13.4.7 Item for Replacement/Cleaning_Test Print ID Table
13.4.8 Operation Flow for Operator (Normal Operation)
13.4.9 Operation Flow for Operator (Troubleshooting)

Chapter 14) MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
14.1 Periodically Replaced Parts
14.1.1 Overview
14.1.2 Main unit
14.1.3 Reader (optional)
14.2 Durables and Consumables
14.2.1 Overview
14.2.2 Main unit (USA OTHER)
14.2.3 Main unit (USA)
14.2.4 Reader (optional)
14.3 Scheduled Servicing Basic Procedure
14.3.1 Periodic service basic procedures
14.3.2 Periodic service list (main unit) (USA OTHER)
14.3.3 Periodic service list (main unit) (USA)
14.3.4 Periodic service list (reader; optional)
14.4 Periodically maintenance program
14.4.1 Periodically Maintenance Program
14.5 Cleaning Procedure
14.5.1 Photosensitive Drum Unit (Y/M/C/Bk)
14.5.1.1 Cleaning the Developing Assembly Lower Plate
14.5.1.2 Cleaning the Drum Cleaner Pre-exposure Unit
14.5.1.3 Cleaning of the Dust-Proof Glass
14.5.1.4 Cleaning the Drum Unit Support Shaft
14.5.1.5 Cleaning the Drum Patch Sensor
14.5.1.6 Cleaning the Edge Sheet of the Developing Assembly
14.5.2 Primary Transfer Unit
14.5.2.1 Cleaning the Pre-transfer Charging Assembly Shield Plate
14.5.2.2 Cleaning the Primary Charging Assembly Shield Plate
14.5.2.3 Cleaning the ITB Idler Roller
14.5.2.4 Cleaning the HP Sensor of ITB
14.5.2.5 Cleaning the ITB Edge Sensor
14.5.2.6 Cleaning the Registration Patch Sensor
14.5.2.7 Cleaning the Lead Edge Registration Patch Sensor
14.5.3 Secondary Transfer Unit
14.5.3.1 Cleaning the Secondary Transfer Outlet Sensor
14.5.3.2 Cleaning the Secondary Transfer Outlet Guide
14.5.3.3 Cleaning the Rear of the Secondary Transfer Outlet Guide
14.5.3.4 Cleaning the Secondary Transfer Inlet Guide (Lower)
14.5.3.5 Cleaning the Pre-fixing Feed Belt
14.5.3.6 Cleaning the Pre-fixing Feed Belt Cleaning Brush
14.5.4 Fixing Unit
14.5.4.1 Cleaning the Primary Fixing Inlet Guide
14.5.4.2 Cleaning the Secondary Fixing Inlet Guide
14.5.4.3 Cleaning the Primary Fixing Separation Claw
14.5.4.4 Cleaning the Secondary Fixing Separation Claw
14.5.4.5 Cleaning the Primary Fixing Separation Plate
14.5.4.6 Cleaning the Secondary Fixing Separation Plate
14.5.4.7 Cleaning the Primary Fixing Thermistor/Thermoswitch
14.5.4.8 Cleaning the Secondary Fixing Thermistor/Thermoswitch
14.5.4.9 Cleaning the Primary Fixing Refresh Roller
14.5.4.10 Cleaning the Secondary Fixing Refresh Roller
14.5.5 Pickup / Feeding Unit
14.5.5.1 Cleaning Pickup Feed Belt
14.5.5.2 Cleaning the Tandem Feed Roller 1, Tandem Feed Roller 2, Slave Roller, and Paper Guide Plate (Tandem)
14.5.5.3 Cleaning the Tandem Feed Roller 3, Slave Roller, and Paper Guide Plate (Merging Unit)
14.5.5.4 Cleaning the Bypass Feed Roller 1, Bypass Feed Roller 2, Bypass Feed Roller 3, Slave Roller, and Paper Guide Plate (Bypass)
14.5.5.5 Cleaning the Bypass Feed Roller 4, Slave Roller, and Paper Guide Plate (Bypass)
14.5.5.6 Cleaning the Bypass Decurler Drive Roller
14.5.5.7 Cleaning the Feed Belt Opposition Roller
14.5.5.8 Cleaning the Feed Belt (Duplexing Decurler) Opposition Roller
14.5.5.9 Cleaning the Delivery Roller 1 and the Slave Roller
14.5.5.10 Cleaning the Delivery Roller 2 and the Slave Roller
14.5.5.11 Cleaning the Duplexing Reverse Roller and Duplexing Reverse Rear Roller
14.5.5.12 Cleaning the Delivery Decurler Roller Opposition Roller
14.5.5.13 Cleaning the Skew Roller Cleaning Members and the Cross-feed Unit and the Skew Rollers
14.5.6 Externals And Control Unit
14.5.6.1 Cleaning the Toner Supply Right Cover Louver
14.5.6.2 Collecting waste toner
14.5.7 Fiiter
14.5.7.1 Cleaning the Sub Hopper Filter
14.5.7.2 Cleaning the Sub Station Rear Left Ozone Filter (x4)
14.5.7.3 Cleaning the Sub Station Rear Middle Ozone Filter (x2)

Chapter 15) STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS
15.1 Image Adjustment Basic Procedure
15.1.1 Making Pre-Checks
15.1.2 Gradient adjustment in density between the front side and the rear side
15.1.3 Adjustment of density difference (1/3)
15.1.4 Adjustment of density difference (2/3)
15.1.5 Adjustment of density difference (3/3)
15.2 Image Adjustments
15.2.1 Horizontal Registration Adjustment
15.2.2 Checking Image Margin
15.2.3 Image Position Adjustment
15.3 Scanning System
15.3.1 When replacing the Copyboard Glass
15.3.2 When replacing the Scanner Parts
15.3.3 When replacing the Reader Controller PCB
15.3.4 When replacing the CCD Unit
15.4 Laser Exposure System
15.4.1 When replacing laser scanner unit
15.5 Image Formation System
15.5.1 When Releasing the Intermediate Transfer Unit Pressure
15.5.2 When replacing primary charging wire
15.5.3 When replacing the Grid Cleaning Pad
15.5.4 When replacing primary grid plate
15.5.5 When replacing the primary charging assembly
15.5.6 When replacing pre-transfer charging wire/pre-transfer charging assembly
15.5.7 When replacing developing assembly
15.5.8 When detaching developing assembly
15.5.9 When replacing developer
15.5.10 When replacing photosensitive drum
15.5.11 When replacing ITB
15.5.12 When replacing primary transfer roller/secondary transfer inner roller
15.5.13 When replacing ITB cleaning brush roller/cleaning blade
15.5.14 When replacing the parts around Photosensitive Drum/ITB
15.5.15 When replacing the secondary transfer external roller
15.5.16 When Replacing the Secondary Transfer Cleaning Brush Roller
15.5.17 When replacing waste toner container
15.5.18 When replacing drum patch sensor
15.5.19 When replacing potential sensors and potential control PCB
15.5.20 When replacing leading edge registration patch sensor
15.5.21 When replacing color registration patch sensor
15.5.22 When replacing Waste Toner Full Sensor
15.5.23 When replacing Buffer Waste Toner Full Sensor
15.5.24 When replacing Color Sensor
15.6 Fixing System
15.6.1 Checking fixing nip width
15.6.2 When replacing primary fixing roller
15.6.3 When replacing secondary fixing roller
15.6.4 When replacing pressure belt
15.6.5 When replacing Pressure Belt Unit-Related Durable Parts
15.6.6 When replacing fixing web
15.7 Electrical Components
15.7.1 Points to note before replacing SRAM PCB
15.7.2 Procedure to replace SRAM PCB
15.7.3 Points to note when replacing hard disks
15.7.4 After replacing hard disks
15.7.5 Points to note when replacing main controller PCB (MAIN-M)
15.7.6 Points to note when replacing main controller PCB (MAIN-P)
15.7.7 When replacing DC controller PCB 1-1 / /Clearing RAM
15.7.8 When replacing DC controller PCB 1-2
15.7.9 When replacing DC controller PCB 1-3
15.7.10 When replacing HV1 PCB
15.7.11 When replacing HV2, HV4, HV6 PCB
15.7.12 When replacing HV3, HV5, HV7, HV8 PCB
15.8 Pickup/Feeding System
15.8.1 When replacing pickup/feed rollers
15.8.2 When replacing paper length sensor
15.8.3 When replacing Registration Sensor
15.8.4 When replacing paper thickness sensor
15.8.5 When replacing floatation fan/fan duct
15.8.6 When replacing Deck and Deck Solenoid (Deck Solenoid Adjustment)
15.8.7 When replacing Paper Surface Sensor
15.8.8 When replacing pickup/feed rollers manual feed tray

Chapter 16) CORRECTING FAULTY IMAGES
16.1 Making Initial Checks
16.1.1 Installation Environment
16.1.2 Checking of Paper
16.1.3 Checking of Paper Setting
16.1.4 Checking of the Durable Parts
16.1.5 Checking of the Periodically Replaced Parts
16.1.6 Checking of Each Unit/Checking Item of Each Function System
16.2 Test Print
16.2.1 Overview
16.2.2 Test Print TYPE
16.2.3 Selecting the Test Print TYPE
16.2.4 16-Gradation (TYPE=4)
16.2.5 Full Area Half Tone (TYPE=5)
16.2.6 Grid (TYPE=6)
16.2.7 MCYBk Horizontal Line (TYPE=10)
16.2.8 64-Gradation (TYPE=12)
16.2.9 Full Color 16-gradation (TYPE=14)
16.3 Troubleshooting
16.3.1 Image Faults
16.3.1.1 Light Image / Weak Density
16.3.1.1.1 Thin lines on image in the main scanning direction
16.3.1.1.2 Light image on the leading edge of the solid red area due to the high target current of the primary transfer roller (Bk)
16.3.1.1.3 Uneven density occurs in sub scanning direction at high-density areas of output images: Many originals with low image ratio are
printed continuously
16.3.1.2 Foggy Image
16.3.1.2.1 Magenta fogging occurs throughout page (including blank areas)/E020-02B1 is indicated during continuous printing job
16.3.1.3 Uneven Density
16.3.1.3.1 Copies & Prints Have No Gloss After Replacement of the Fuser Rollers & Belts [G]
16.3.1.3.2 8mm Pitch Lines [G]
16.3.1.3.3 Uneven gloss/uneven density between the center and the edge of the paper when thin coated paper is fed
16.3.1.3.4 Faulty image (uneven fogged image/strip at rear side) occurs upon installation
16.3.1.3.5 Magenta Spots
16.3.1.3.6 Uneven gloss area appears at end of output images: Silicon oil is depleted
16.3.1.3.7 3.7mm Pitch Spots
16.3.1.3.8 Uneven Image (Boomerang-shaped Mark/Line) in Machines with Toner Anticoagulation Control
16.3.1.3.9 Streaks due to uneven gloss on the coated paper (in sub scanning direction) caused by scratches on the lower external heating roller of
the secondary fixing assembly
16.3.1.3.10 Uneven Gloss of Image (Uneven Gloss at the Center in Vertical Direction)
16.3.1.3.11 Uneven Gloss of Image (Entire Area)
16.3.1.3.12 Trailing edge lines on the 2nd side of coated paper
16.3.1.3.13 Oblique wavy image
16.3.1.4 Image Displacement/Out of Focus
16.3.1.4.1 Second Side Registration is Shifted: Due to loose Latch Hooks on Upper Frame of Pre-Registration Assembly [G]
16.3.1.4.2 Registration Shift: Due to the Registration Roller bushings were worn [G]
16.3.1.4.3 Second side registration varies [G]
16.3.1.4.4 Color displacement occurs in main scanning direction: Connector of respective DC controller PCBs has poor contact
16.3.1.4.5 No margin/uneven margin on the 2nd side of coated paper at solid
16.3.1.4.6 Color displacement in vertical scanning direction
16.3.1.5 Partially Blank/Streaked
16.3.1.5.1 Yellow fades out in the middle of a copy run: Solved by replacing DC controller 1-2 and removing Cable Band [G]
16.3.1.5.2 Void line 4 mm thick on heavy card stock due to pin connections for Pre-Exposure Lamp Unit is bent [G]
16.3.1.5.3 Tail End Color Fading/Graininess Correction [G]
16.3.1.5.4 Partially Blank/Streak Image Cleaning/Adjustment Locations
16.3.1.5.5 White spots appear at 68mm intervals: Secondary transfer internal roller is soiled
16.3.1.5.6 White lines caused by dust in the laser light path
16.3.1.5.7 Lines on images caused by foreign matters on the Secondary Fixing Inner Delivery Separation Claw
16.3.1.5.8 Black vertical lines (2 to 6 lines) caused by contact with the Tandem Lower Guide
16.3.1.6 Smudged/Streaked
16.3.1.6.1 Small Pitch Lines in Paper Feed Direction [G]
16.3.1.6.2 2mm pitch lines in the cross feed direction (one or more colors): Resolved by replacing the cleaning brush and bearings [G] . 16-36
16.3.1.6.3 Lines appear at about 60 mm away from the trailing edge due to toner on the end of fixing inlet guide when a sheet of thick paper larger
than thin paper is fed after the large amount of the thin paper is fed
16.3.1.6.4 18 to 20 mm square appears intermittently on prints: Solved by replacing Cleaning Roller [G]
16.3.1.6.5 Smudge/Streak Image Cleaning/Adjustment Locations
16.3.1.6.6 Soiled back side due to toner at secondary transfer external roller
16.3.1.6.7 Trace of delivery reversing roller
16.3.1.6.8 Soiled image due to toner drop from developing assembly
16.3.1.6.9 Glossy Line in the Paper Feed Direction
16.3.1.6.10 Dirt of pin hole (ring mark)
16.3.1.6.11 Trace of Bypass Decurler Belt
16.3.1.6.12 Wax mark in bypass / tandem feeding
16.3.1.6.13 Density difference on image between front side and rear side due to adjustment failure for the heigh of the primary charging assembly
16.3.1.6.14 Drop mark/adhesion mark of toner additive agent (wax)
16.3.1.6.15 Mark of sticking paper dust and additive agent (wax)
16.3.1.6.16 Primary Fixing Inner Delivery Roller trace due to toner additive agent (wax)
16.3.1.6.17 Glossy vertical lines
16.3.1.6.18 Soiled Image due to Toner Dropping from the Drum Unit
16.3.1.6.19 Trace of Soil on the Skew Slave Roller at 33mm from the paper Edge on the Front Side of the Image
16.3.1.6.20 Vertical lines due to soil on the Fixing Inlet Guide
16.3.1.6.21 Black Vertical Scratch on Coated Paper
16.3.1.6.22 Vertical lines due to Top/Bottom Edge Trimmer Retainer traces
16.3.1.6.23 BK Toner Mark due to Secondary Transfer Cleaning Error
16.3.1.6.24 Remedy for Scratch on the Fixing Roller
16.3.1.6.25 Remedy for White Soiling on Fixing Roller
16.3.1.7 Ghost / Memory
16.3.1.7.1 High density image (sleeve ghost) around 60mm from the lead end of the image in main scanning direction in case of output of halftone image
16.3.1.8 Faulty Color Reproduction
16.3.1.8.1 PS printer driver on Windows prints color data that Illustrator creates in RGB color mode as the monochrome black data
16.3.1.8.2 Hue variation (System Ver.71.02 + Dcon Ver.35.03)
16.3.1.9 Stretching/Shrinking
16.3.1.9.1 Image is stretched lead edge to trail edge 3mm: Solved by changing BLANK-B settings in service mode [G]
16.3.2 Faulty Feeding
16.3.2.1 Skew Feed
16.3.2.1.1 Image Skew front side to back side 3 to 5mm resolved with replacing DC controller PCB 1-2 and performing the Alignment procedures
[G]
16.3.2.1.2 Skewing of paper: Solved by Front Lower Guide Plate of Registration Unit height adjustment [G]
16.3.3 Malfunction
16.3.3.1 No Power
16.3.3.1.1 The (Color) Network Scangear Tool Does Not Launch When Pull Scanning into Acrobat 8 or 9 [G]
16.3.3.2 Control Panel-Related
16.3.3.2.1 Cannot Enter the TCP/IP Settings in Blank Fields from the Copier Control Panel [G]
16.3.3.3 Counter Malfunction
16.3.3.3.1 1 extra count is added upon duplex printing of odd pages on Internet Explorer 6 and later
16.3.3.4 Malfunction/Faulty Detection
16.3.3.4.1 Paper delivered to Tray B even if Tray A is designated as the delivery output (Finisher-AJ1/Saddle Finisher-AJ2) [G]
16.3.3.4.2 Can not print landscape from Adobe CS5 application from Mac OS 10.6.5 [G]
16.3.3.4.3 Sheet Insertion, Tab Insertion, and Chapter Page Insertion Features are Missing in the Print Drivers [G]
16.3.3.4.4 The Copier does not Recognize any of the Options [G]
16.3.3.4.5 Saddle fold will not adjust and is off as much as 5mm, due to tension springs were broken (Saddle Finisher-AJ2) [G]
16.3.3.4.6 The green LED on the copy start button will not light and Universal Send SMB Does Not Work [G]
16.3.3.4.7 Changing Configuration of a Point and Print Driver [G]
16.3.3.4.8 When printing from Microsoft Word2003/2007/2010, paper is fed from incorrect paper source
16.3.3.4.9 WordPerfect 12 fails to print from tray 2 or any other specified tray [G]
16.3.3.4.10 “Printin…” persists and paper is not picked up (due to improper installation of the Pressure Roller on the Secondary Fixing Assembly)
16.3.3.5 Noise
16.3.3.5.1 When Abnormal Noise from Merging Unit of Sub Station Occurred
16.3.3.5.2 When Abnormal Noise from Duplex Decurler Unit of Sub Station Occurred
16.3.3.6 User Warning Message
16.3.3.6.1 “Autogradation is suspended, Start adjustment again” is displayed on the UI when attempting to perform function due to failure of DC
controller PCB 1-2 [G]
16.3.3.6.2 “Fuser guide handle lock” message: Due to connector connection failure on the Cable Drawer 1 of the fixing unit assembly [G]
16.3.3.6.3 “Scan Canceled” Error in Fiery Remote Scan [G]
16.3.3.6.4 Error, “Check the certificate for logging on to the service” When Starting the SSO SA Service [G]
16.3.3.6.5 First an E5B5 Error is Displayed Followed by a Message of “Empty Trim Waste”: Resolved by removing the trim waste in the buffer
assembly (Perfect Binder-B1) [G]
16.3.3.6.6 A “Check the Network Connection”, “Check the Network Settings”, “Check the Network Printer”, or “Check the TCP/IP Settings”
Message Displays on the Copier LCD Screen [G]
16.3.3.6.7 Waste Toner Full is displayed [G]
16.3.3.6.8 Message prompting for BK toner supply persists (due to toner blocking of the shutter (BK))
16.3.3.6.9 Message “Check: Punch waste tray” is displayed because Punch Dust Box (upper) of Punch Unit-BA1/BB1/BC1/BD1 is in incorrect position
16.3.3.7 Other Defect
16.3.3.7.1 Adobe Acrobat 8 files print slow [G]
16.3.3.7.2 Troubleshooting for SSO-H Errors [G]
16.3.3.7.3 Service Support Tool Crashes – Getting Run Time Error [G]
16.3.3.7.4 Cannot Flash the Device from a Laptop with a Gigabit Ethernet NIC [G]
16.3.3.7.5 Devices Falling off the Network [G]
16.3.3.7.6 Installing a PostScript printer in a MAC OSX workstation will bind iR5000-6000 CanonPS print driver to the printer [G]
16.3.3.7.7 Universal Send Capable imageRUNNER-iR Copier Cannot Send a Scanned File (Push Scan) to a Shared Directory (File Path Character Limit) [G]
16.3.3.7.8 Error Message While Exporting an Address Book on the imageRUNNER Devices [G]
16.3.3.7.9 Certain PDF files print slower than other PDF files [G]
16.3.3.7.10 Starter overflow from the developing assembly
16.3.3.8 Part Breakage/Detachment
16.3.3.8.1 Explanation of Disassembly/Assembly Procedure for Incidental Faulty Parts (Image Formation System)
16.3.3.8.2 Explanation of Disassembly/Assembly Procedure for Incidental Faulty Parts (Pickup/Feed System)
16.3.3.8.3 Explanation of Disassembly/Assembly Procedure for Incidental Faulty Parts (Fixing System)
16.3.4 Printing/scanning
16.3.4.1 No Output
16.3.4.1.1 Using the Print As Image option in Adobe Acrobat [G]
16.3.4.1.2 UI Displays Printing but no paper is delivered [G]
16.3.4.2 Installation Failure
16.3.4.2.1 Installation Error 1933 When Installing Network ScanGear or Color Network ScanGear [G]
16.3.4.3 Faulty Printing/Scanning Result
16.3.4.3.1 Tabs printing on the wrong side [G]
16.3.4.3.2 Rod-shaped text/Text error on a certain Pages/Word/PDF data when printing by using MacPS printer driver from MacOS X 10.6.7
16.3.4.3.3 Multiple sets are not output when printing from Windows7/Illustrator10
16.3.5 Network
16.3.5.1 Connection Problem
16.3.5.1.1 Certain Ports are not Open on the Canon Device [G]
16.3.6 Transmission/Fax-Related
16.3.6.1 Transmission Problem
16.3.6.1.1 Unable to scan SMB to a Windows Vista PC [G]
16.3.7 Jam (Main Unit)
16.3.7.1 012D/022D jams are Ocurring in the Machine: Resolved by replacing the Motors (M317/M320/M324) [G]
16.3.7.2 020A Jam Code Occurred intermittently when Duplexing Letter Paper: Solved by Follower Rollers in the Duplex Assemblies adjustment
[G]
16.3.7.3 020A Jam during duplex with LTR size paper [G]
16.3.7.4 020A Jams 2nd side of a 2-sided Letter size job jams when entering the Cross Feed Registration Unit: Due to the Tension Spring had fallen
out of position [G]
16.3.7.5 012A Occurrence of Jam Code (due to abrasion of Slave Roller Shaft of Fixing Merging Path Unit)
16.3.7.6 0114-0115 Jam code : frequent jam during 2-sided copy using thin 64g NPI uncoated paper
16.3.7.7 Frequent Occurrence of 0114 Jam (Delay of Primary Fixing Inner Delivery Sensor)
16.3.7.8 Occurrence of 0121 Paper Jam at Duplex Decurler Unit of Sub Station
16.3.7.9 Paper sticking jam at hte Secondary Transfer Inlet Guide (Lower)
16.3.7.10 Removal procedure of jammed papers in the Paper Deck
16.3.7.11 0C93 Jam Code: Solved by changing the Service Mode D-EXPRS settings [G]
16.3.7.12 0CF2 Jam code is indicated intermittently: Resolved with performed the hard drive de-frag [G]
16.3.8 Jam (FIN)
16.3.8.1 1008 Jam Code is Occurring in the Finisher resolved with replacing Transport Motor Driver PCB (Finisher-AJ1/Saddle Finisher-AJ2) [G]
16.3.8.2 1127 Jam code (Perfect Binder-B1) [G]
16.3.8.3 11A5 Jam Code: Resolved by replacing the Pro Punch Controller pcb (Professional Puncher-B1) [G]
16.3.8.4 11B9 Jam code: Due to the Sensor S2 was unplugged (Professional Puncher-B1) [G]
16.3.9 Error Code
16.3.9.1 E000-0102 : Due to Timing Belt failure [G]
16.3.9.2 E002-0211 with Touch Panel locked: Resolved by replacing theSecondary Fixing Pressure Roller Main/Sub Thermistor/touch panel [G]
16.3.9.3 E007-0001 at Start Up: Due to break the harness of the belt tracking sensor [G]
16.3.9.4 E020-0xB1 error code indicate only with high image coverage print jobs using 2-sided glossy paper: Resolved by Offset adjustment of ATR
control target value [G]
16.3.9.5 E061-0x11/E061-0x91 at installation: Solved by changing the Service Mode EPOT-O-Y/M/C/K settings [G]
16.3.9.6 E065-0x01 error code is displayed due to broken wire on the potential measuring unit [G]
16.3.9.7 E065-0x02 Yellow, Magenta, and Cyan have poor transfer: Resolved by replacing the Primary Transfer Roller assemblies [G]
16.3.9.8 E004 -related error display: Error due to disconnection of connector on Drawer Connector Base of Sub Station (Rear)
16.3.9.9 E002-0011 Improper Connection of Connector of Power Supply Relay PCB
16.3.9.10 E103-0102 : Resolved by reseating the laser cables [G]
16.3.9.11 E014-0100 because the transmission shaft, which is used in the transmissin drive unit in the first fixing assembly,
16.3.9.12 E225-0001 Error is Displayed: Due to the long screws that mount the Standard White Plate [G]
16.3.9.13 E227-0003 only when using DADF-R1: Solved by replacing Fixing Limiter PCB Assembly [G]
16.3.9.14 E260-0004/E260-102F : Due to broken cable going from the 24 V Power supply, UN 528, to the Fixing relay PCB [G]
16.3.9.15 E260-1018 : Solved by connecting 24V connector of M Primary transfer HVT [G]
16.3.9.16 E260-1004 : Reseated connector J7002 on the paper feed mount assembly resolved the issue [G]
16.3.9.17 E261-0202 [G]
16.3.9.18 E020 error cord description and summary of possibility cause (Rank A)
16.3.9.19 E061-0181 : Spring terminal of H.V. cable found at Process Unit drawer connector assembly is deformed
16.3.9.20 E062-0x00 occurred because of a not securely fitted connector of the Process Unit Driver PCB
16.3.9.21 E567-8001/E567-8002 : Resolved by replacing the 38 vdc power supply (Finisher-AJ1/Saddle Finisher-AJ2) [G]
16.3.9.22 E5C9 : Resolved by replacing the Shift Home Sensor (Perfect Binder-B1) [G]
16.3.9.23 E065-0201 / blurred band-like image appears at random in main scanning direction: Drum reaches end of life
16.3.9.24 E077-0001 is displayed during initial rotation: Lever (B-E1) on Regist. Paper Feeder Assembly is not set properly
16.3.9.25 E733-0001 /”Printing current version [G]
16.3.9.26 E804/E842/E007 Error Code indicates due to failure of Fixing Inner Driver PCB [G]
16.3.9.27 E078-0001 : ITB cleaner motor (M108) is faulty
16.3.9.28 E820-020x error code resolved by reseating the Process unit exhausting fan connector [G]
16.3.9.29 E822-0202 error code is indicated and Fan is making a loud noise at power on due to failure of Secondary Fixing Inside Delivery Cooling
Fan (FM315) [G]
16.3.9.30 E822-0601 What is FAN No. of Station to station interval cooling fan 1 [G]
16.3.9.31 E822-1402 : Solved by clearing Service Mode DC-CON [G]
16.3.9.32 E202-0001 : Cooling fan harness is pinched and thus fuse on Interface PCB of Reader has open-circuit
16.3.9.33 E998-0004 : Solved by cut wire ties between J4404 and J1054 [G]
16.3.9.34 E998-0004 [G]
16.3.9.35 E260-2004 Power supply error (ITB Driver PCB (Right) 13V)
16.3.9.36 E512-8011 due to failure of stack tray lower limit sensor (High Capacity Stacker – C1)
16.3.9.37 E514-8001 Light is ON only at first power-on
16.3.9.38 E578 / error of paper folding position for saddle stitching: This machine stapled more than specified number of sheets at one time (Rank
A)
16.3.9.39 E590-8003 : DIP SW381 of Optional Switch PCB on Finisher is set incorrectly (Punch Unit-B series)
16.3.9.40 E747-051B is indicated when outputting copies or printouts after startup of this machine: S-B PCB is faulty
16.3.9.41 E750-0002 occurs when relocating this machine: Connector of drawer connector mount on backside of sub station
16.3.9.42 E750-2012 is indicated after replacement of Fixing Intermediate Assembly: Short connector is not fitted (Rank A)
16.3.9.43 E805-0404 : Fixing/feeder driver PCB is faulty
16.3.9.44 E822-0903 : Fixing Duplexing Drawer Connector has poor contact
16.3.10 Alarm Code
16.3.10.1 Remedy when the Developing Assembly overheating alarm (120311 to 120314) is displayed
16.3.10.2 300033 Alarm Code at warming up: Solved by Service Mode DC-CON clear [G]
16.3.11 FAX # Code
16.3.11.1 #701 while printing through a share on a Windows 2008 server with Job Accounting enabled [G]
16.3.11.2 #762 Error Code When Sending Email [G]
16.3.11.3 Getting “–” and #899 Codes in the Send Log for Successfully Sent E-mails [G]
16.3.12 Operability
16.3.12.1 Others
16.3.12.1.1 Disabling Simple File Sharing in Windows XP [G]
16.3.12.1.2 Uninstalling the Service Support Tool [G]
16.3.13 Specifications-Related FAQ
16.3.13.1 FAQ on Main Unit Specifications
16.3.13.1.1 LEDS on Fixing External Driver PCB [G]
16.3.13.1.2 How to Print Black Only mode [G]
16.4 Outline of Electrical Components
16.4.1 Clutch/Solenoid
16.4.1.1 Main Station
16.4.1.2 Sub Station
16.4.2 Motor
16.4.2.1 Main Station(1/6)
16.4.2.2 Main Station(2/6)
16.4.2.3 Main Station(3/6)
16.4.2.4 Main Station(4/6)
16.4.2.5 Main Station(5/6)
16.4.2.6 Main Station(6/6)
16.4.2.7 Sub Station(1/5)
16.4.2.8 Sub Station(2/5)
16.4.2.9 Sub Station(3/5)
16.4.2.10 Sub Station(4/5)
16.4.2.11 Sub Station(5/5)
16.4.3 Fan
16.4.3.1 Main Station (1/3)
16.4.3.2 Main Station (2/3)
16.4.3.3 Main Station (3/3)
16.4.3.4 Sub Station
16.4.3.5 Power Unit Station
16.4.4 Sensor
16.4.4.1 Main Station(1/5)
16.4.4.2 Main Station(2/5)
16.4.4.3 Main Station(3/5)
16.4.4.4 Main Station(4/5)
16.4.4.5 Main Station(5/5)
16.4.4.6 Sub Station(1/4)
16.4.4.7 Sub Station(2/4)
16.4.4.8 Sub Station(3/4)
16.4.4.9 Sub Station(4/4)
16.4.5 Switch
16.4.5.1 Main Station(1/2)
16.4.5.2 Main Station(2/2)
16.4.5.3 Sub Station
16.4.5.4 Power Unit Station
16.4.6 Lamps, Heaters, and Others
16.4.6.1 Main Station(1/2)
16.4.6.2 Main Station(2/2)
16.4.6.3 Sub Station
16.4.6.4 Power Unit Station
16.4.7 PCBs
16.4.7.1 Main Station(1/4)
16.4.7.2 Main Station(2/4)
16.4.7.3 Main Station(3/4)
16.4.7.4 Main Station(4/4)
16.4.7.5 Sub Station(1/2)
16.4.7.6 Sub Station(2/2)
16.4.7.7 Power Unit Station(1/2)
16.4.7.8 Power Unit Station(2/2)
16.4.8 Connectors
16.4.8.1 Laser Unit
16.4.8.2 Hopper Unit
16.4.8.3 Process Unit (1/3)
16.4.8.4 Process Unit (2/3)
16.4.8.5 Process Unit (3/3)
16.4.8.6 Intermediate Transfer Unit
16.4.8.7 Secondary Transfer Unit
16.4.8.8 Registration Unit
16.4.8.9 Vertical Path Unit
16.4.8.10 Right Deck Unit
16.4.8.11 Left Deck Unit
16.4.8.12 Environment Heater Unit
16.4.8.13 Main Station and Others
16.4.8.14 Primary Fixing Unit
16.4.8.15 Secondary Fixing Unit
16.4.8.16 Primary Fixing Heater Unit
16.4.8.17 Secondary Fixing Heater Unit
16.4.8.18 Fixing/Duplexing Feed Unit
16.4.8.19 Reverse/External Delivery Unit
16.4.8.20 Sub Station and Others
16.4.8.21 Power Unit Station

Chapter 17) SELF DIAGNOSIS
17.1 Error Code
17.1.1 Overview
17.2 Jam Codes
17.3 Alarm Codes
17.3.1 Alarm Code
17.3.2 Alarm for completion of Operator Maintenance work

Chapter 18) SERVICE MODE
18.1 Outline
18.1.1 Construction of Service Mode
18.1.2 Entering or Selecting Service Modes
18.1.3 Exiting Service Modes
18.1.4 Back-up of Service Mode
18.1.5 The data output of the service data print
18.1.6 Initial Screen
18.1.7 Main/intermediate Item Screen
18.1.8 Sub- Item Screen
18.2 DISPLAY (Status Display Mode)
18.2.1 COPIER
18.2.1.1 COPIER> DISPLAY> VERSION
18.2.1.2 COPIER> DISPLAY> ACC-STS
18.2.1.3 COPIER> DISPLAY> ANALOG
18.2.1.4 COPIER> DISPLAY> CST-STS
18.2.1.5 COPIER> DISPLAY> JAM
18.2.1.6 COPIER> DISPLAY> ERR
18.2.1.7 COPIER> DISPLAY> HV-STS
18.2.1.8 COPIER> DISPLAY> CCD
18.2.1.9 COPIER> DISPLAY> DPOT
18.2.1.10 COPIER> DISPLAY> DENS
18.2.1.11 COPIER> DISPLAY> FIXING
18.2.1.12 COPIER> DISPLAY> SENSOR
18.2.1.13 COPIER> DISPLAY> MISC
18.2.1.14 COPIER> DISPLAY> ALARM-1
18.2.1.15 COPIER> DISPLAY> ALARM-2
18.2.1.16 COPIER> DISPLAY> ENVRNT
18.2.1.17 COPIER> DISPLAY> HT-C
18.2.1.18 COPIER> DISPLAY> HV-TR
18.2.1.19 COPIER> DISPLAY> P-PASCAL
18.2.2 FEEDER
18.2.2.1 FEEDER> DISPLAY
18.3 I/O (I/O Display Mode)
18.3.1 Overview
18.3.2 DC-CON
18.3.3 R-CON
18.3.4 FEEDER
18.3.5 SORTER (P001-P067)
18.3.6 SORTER (P068-P100)
18.3.7 SORTER (P101-P171)
18.3.8 SORTER (P172-P183)
18.3.9 SORTER (P184-P286)
18.3.10 MN-CONT
18.4 ADJUST (Adjustment Mode)
18.4.1 COPIER
18.4.1.1 COPIER> ADJUST> ADJ-XY
18.4.1.2 COPIER> ADJUST> CCD
18.4.1.3 COPIER> ADJUST> LASER
18.4.1.4 COPIER> ADJUST> IMG-REG
18.4.1.5 COPIER> ADJUST> DENS
18.4.1.6 COPIER> ADJUST> BLANK
18.4.1.7 COPIER> ADJUST> V-CONT
18.4.1.8 COPIER> ADJUST> PASCAL
18.4.1.9 COPIER> ADJUST> COLOR
18.4.1.10 COPIER> ADJUST> HV-PRI
18.4.1.11 COPIER> ADJUST> HV-TR
18.4.1.12 COPIER> ADJUST> FEED-ADJ
18.4.1.13 COPIER> ADJUST> CST-ADJ
18.4.1.14 COPIER> ADJUST> MISC
18.4.1.15 COPIER> ADJUST> SENS-ADJ
18.4.1.16 COPIER> ADJUST> EXP-LED
18.4.1.17 COPIER> ADJUST> P-PASCAL
18.4.2 FEEDER
18.4.2.1 FEEDER> ADJUST
18.4.3 SORTER
18.4.3.1 SORTER> ADJUST
18.5 FUNCTION (Operation/Inspection Mode)
18.5.1 COPIER
18.5.1.1 Points To Note When Operate The Service Mode (FUNCTION)
18.5.1.2 COPIER> FUNCTION> INSTALL
18.5.1.3 COPIER> FUNCTION> LASER
18.5.1.4 COPIER> FUNCTION> ATTRACT
18.5.1.5 COPIER> FUNCTION> DPC
18.5.1.6 COPIER> FUNCTION> CST
18.5.1.7 COPIER> FUNCTION> CLEANING
18.5.1.8 COPIER> FUNCTION> FIXING
18.5.1.9 COPIER> FUNCTION> PANEL
18.5.1.10 COPIER> FUNCTION> PART-CHK
18.5.1.11 COPIER> FUNCTION> CLEAR
18.5.1.12 COPIER> FUNCTION> MISC-R
18.5.1.13 COPIER> FUNCTION> MISC-P
18.5.1.14 COPIER> FUNCTION> SENS-ADJ
18.5.1.15 COPIER> FUNCTION> SYSTEM
18.5.1.16 COPIER> FUNCTION> HV-TR
18.5.2 FEEDER
18.5.2.1 FEEDER> FUNCTION
18.5.3 SORTER
18.5.3.1 SORTER> FUNCTION
18.5.3.2 SORTER> MISC
18.6 OPTION (Machine Settings Mode)
18.6.1 COPIER
18.6.1.1 COPIER> OPTION> BODY (1/2)
18.6.1.2 COPIER> OPTION> BODY (2/2)
18.6.1.3 COPIER> OPTION> USER (1/2)
18.6.1.4 Soft counter specifications
18.6.1.5 COPIER> OPTION> USER (2/2)
18.6.1.6 COPIER> OPTION> CST
18.6.1.7 COPIER> OPTION> ACC
18.6.1.8 COPIER> OPTION> INT-FACE
18.6.1.9 COPIER> OPTION> LCNS-TR
18.6.1.10 COPIER> OPTION> ACCPST-D
18.6.1.11 COPIER> OPTION> ACCPST-P
18.6.1.12 COPIER> OPTION> SERIAL
18.6.2 FEEDER
18.6.2.1 FEEDER> OPTION
18.6.3 SORTER
18.6.3.1 SORTER> OPTION
18.6.4 BOARD
18.6.4.1 BOARD> OPTION
18.7 TEST (Test Print Mode)
18.7.1 COPIER
18.7.1.1 COPIER> TEST> PG
18.7.1.2 COPIER> TEST> NETWORK
18.8 COUNTER (Counter Mode)
18.8.1 COPIER
18.8.1.1 COPIER> COUNTER> TOTAL
18.8.1.2 COPIER> COUNTER> PICK-UP
18.8.1.3 COPIER> COUNTER> FEEDER
18.8.1.4 COPIER> COUNTER> JAM
18.8.1.5 COPIER> COUNTER> MISC
18.8.1.6 COPIER> COUNTER> JOB
18.8.1.7 COPIER> COUNTER> PRDC-1
18.8.1.8 COPIER> COUNTER> DRBL-1 (1/2)
18.8.1.9 COPIER> COUNTER> DRBL-1 (2/2)
18.8.1.10 COPIER> COUNTER> DRBL-2 (1/2)
18.8.1.11 COPIER> COUNTER> DRBL-2 (2/2)
18.8.1.12 COPIER> COUNTER> H-DRBL-1
18.8.1.13 COPIER> COUNTER> PD1-SW
18.8.1.14 COPIER> COUNTER> DB1-SW
18.8.1.15 COPIER> COUNTER> CLEANING
18.8.1.16 COPIER> COUNTER> AVE-PRD1
18.8.1.17 COPIER> COUNTER> AVE-DRB1
18.8.1.18 COPIER> COUNTER> CLN-SW
18.8.1.19 COPIER> COUNTER> H-DBL-A1
18.8.1.20 COPIER> COUNTER> AVE-DRB2
18.8.1.21 COPIER> COUNTER> AVE-CLN
18.8.1.22 COPIER> COUNTER> T-CNTR
18.8.1.23 COPIER> COUNTER> V-CNTR
18.8.1.24 COPIER> COUNTER> SORTER
18.8.1.25 COPIER> COUNTER> H-DBL-A2
18.8.1.26 COPIER> COUNTER> H-DBL-A3
18.8.1.27 COPIER> COUNTER> LF
18.8.1.28 COPIER> COUNTER> V-CNTR2

Chapter 19) UPGRADING
19.1 Outline
19.1.1 Types of System Software
19.1.2 Upgrading Overview
19.1.3 Outline of the Functions and Operations
19.1.4 Points to Note at Time of Downloading
19.2 Making Preparations
19.2.1 Registering Firmware
19.2.2 Installation
19.3 Downloading System Software
19.3.1 Downloading the System Software
19.3.1.1 Before downloading the system software
19.3.1.2 Upgrading the Firmware
19.3.1.3 Formatting the Partitions
19.3.1.4 Installing new HDD

Chapter 20) SERVICE TOOL
20.1 Service Tools
20.1.1 Special Tools
20.1.2 Solvents and Oils