Canon iR Advance C3530i iR Advance C3525i Service Manual

Service Manual Canon imageRUNNER Advance C3530i imageRUNNER Advance C3525i;
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Laser Safety
Handling of Laser System
Turn power switch ON
Power Supply
Toner Safety
About Toner
Handling Adhered Toner
Notes When Handling a Lithium Battery
Notes Before it Works Serving
Points to Note at Cleaning
Notes on Assembly/Disassembly
Points to Note when Tightening a Screw

1. PRODUCT OVERVIEW
Product Lineup
Host machine
Option
Features
Product Features
Specifications
Specifications
Weight and Size
Productivity
Paper type
Pickup Specifications
Parts Name
Cross Section View
Control Panel

2. TECHNOLOGY
Basic Configuration
Functional Configuration
Original Exposure System
Overview
Magnification Ratio
Original Size Detection
Dust Detection Control
Image Processing
Color Displacement Correction Processing in Vertical Scanning Direction
Outline of Electric Circuits
Main Controller
Overview
Startup Sequence
Shutdown Sequence
Laser Exposure System
Overview
Specifications
Laser ON/OFF control
Horizontal scanning synchronous control
Vertical Scanning Synchronization Control
Image Mask Control
Scanner Motor Control
APC(Auto Power Control) control
BD Correction Control
Image Formation System
Overview
Drum Unit / Developing Unit
Transfer/Separation
Toner Supply Area
Waste Toner Feed Unit
Image Stabilization Control
Other Controls
Fixing System
Overview
Overview of Fixing Temperature Control
Standby Temperature Control
Print Temperature Control
Down Sequence Control
Film Unit Engagement/Disengagement Control
Fixing Slight Rotation Function
Fixing Arch Control
Fixing Unit Detection
Fixing Unit Life Detection
Detection of Whether the Fixing Unit is New
Protection function
Pickup / Feed System
Overview
Cassette Pickup Assembly
Multi-purpose Tray Pickup Assembly
Fixing/Registration Assembly
Reverse / Delivery Assembly
Jam Detection
External Auxiliary System
Controls

3. PERIODICAL SERVICE
Consumable Parts List
Cleaning Parts

4. DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
Preface
Outline
Points to Note when Tightening a Screw
Parts Replacement Procedures List
List of Parts
External Cover
Motor
Fan
Clutch
Solenoid
Heater
Sensor
Switch
PCB
External Cover/Interior System
Fully open the Right Door
Removing the Front Door
Removing the Front Fan
Removing the Power Supply Cooling Fan
Removing the Primary Transfer High Voltage PCB
Removing the Motor Fan
Removing the Low Voltage Power Supply Unit
Removing the Secondary Transfer High Voltage PCB
Removing the Control Panel
Removing the Control Panel CPU PCB
Removing the Touch Panel/LCD Unit and the Control Panel Key Switch PCB
Original Exposure System
Removing the Reader Scanner Unit
Cleaning the Reader Scanner Unit Scanner Mirror
Removing the Reader Controller PCB
Controller System
Removing the Controller Cover
Removing the HDD
Removing the Main Controller PCB
Removing the DC Controller PCB
Removing the All-Night Power Supply Unit
Removing the Fax Unit
Removing the Controller Fan
Laser Exposure System
Removing the Laser Scanner Unit
Cleaning the Dustproof Glass
Image Formation System
Removing the Drum Unit
Removing the Developing Unit
Installing the Developing Unit
Removing the Waste Toner Container
Removing the Secondary Transfer Outer Roller
Removing the ITB Unit
Removing the ITB Cleaning Blade
Removing the ITB
Removing the Primary Transfer Roller (Y/M/C/BK)
Removing the Patch Sensor Unit
Removing the Waste Toner Drive Unit
Removing the Registration Drive Unit / Duplex Merging Motor / Registration Motor
Removing the Main Drive Unit
Removing the Drum Cleaning Pre-exposure LED Unit
Remove the Bottle Drive Unit (YM)/(CBk)
Removing the Waste Toner Gear Holder
Removing the Waste Toner Feed Unit
Removing the Intermediate Guide
Fixing System
Removing the Fixing Unit
Removing the Fixing Film Unit
Removing the Fixing Pressure Roller / Fixing Pressure Roller Shaft Support
Removing the Fixing Drive Unit
Pickup/Feed System
Removing the Pickup/Feed/Separation Roller (Cassette 1/2,Cassette 3/4(Option))
Removing the Multi-purpose Tray / Feed / Separation Roller
Removing the Right Door Unit
Removing the First Delivery Unit
Removing the Second Delivery Unit
Removing the Third Delivery Unit
Removing the Cassette 1 Pickup Unit
Removing the Cassette 2 Pickup Unit
Removing the Cassette 3/4 Pickup Unit (Option)
Removing the Cassette 1 Vertical Path Roller
Removing the Registration Roller
Removing the Registration Guide Unit

5. ADJUSTMENT
Pickup Feed System
Image Position Adjustment
Document Exposure System
Service Mode Backup
When Clearing the Reader Related RAM Data
Actions after Replacement
Hard Disk
Main controller PCB
DC Controller PCB
Flash PCB
Developing Unit
Patch Sensor Unit
Pre-Exposure LED Unit
Laser Scanner Unit
Reader Controller PCB
Single Pass DADF-A1 : Scanner Unit (Front side)
Single Pass DADF-A1 : Scanner Unit (Back side)
DADF-AV1: Scanner Unit
Copyboard Glass

6. TROUBLESHOOTING
Initial Check
Initial check items list
Test Print
Overview
Steps to select the test print TYPE
How to use the test print
Troubleshooting Items
List of Troubleshooting Items
Debug Log
Overview
List of Sublog Collection Methods
Saving to a USB Device Using Download Mode
Saving to a USB Device with Counter Key + Numeric Key
Saving to a PC Using SST
Saving to a USB Device Using Service Mode
Service Mode Relating to Debug Logs
Collecting the Log of Key Operations
Network Packet Capture

7. ERROR/JAM/ALARM
Overview
Outline
Error Code
Error Code Details
Jam Code
Jam Type
Jam screen display specification
Host Machine
DADF-A1
DADF-AV1
Cassette Feeding Unit-AP1
Inner Finisher-K1
Booklet Finisher-AA1
2/3 Hole Puncher Unit-A1, 2/4 Hole Puncher Unit-A1, 4 Hole Puncher Unit-A1
Alarm Code
Alarm Code Details

8. SERVICE MODE
Overview
Points to Note when Executing Service Mode
Service Mode Menu
Description of Service Mode Items
Operation Check of Electrical Components
Enhanced I/O Information
Security Support
Switching the Screen Display (Level 1 <->2)
Service Mode Backup
Output of Service Print Data
SITUATION Mode
Function to Mask the Screen during Remote Access
COPIER
DISPLAY
I/O
ADJUST
FUNCTION
OPTION
TEST
COUNTER
FEEDER
DISPLAY
ADJUST
FUNCTION
OPTION
SORTER
ADJUST
FUNCTION
OPTION
BOARD
OPTION

9. INSTALLATION
How to Check this Installation Procedure
Symbols in the Illustration
Points to Note at Installation
Checking before Installation
Checking Power Supply
Checking the Installation Environment
Points to Note before Installation
Points to Note When Moving This Host Machine
Checking the Installation Space
Combination Table of Accessory Installation
Host Machine Installation Procedure
Unpacking
Host machine
Checking the Contents
Installation Procedure
[Preparation] In the case of simultaneously installing the Cassette Feeding Unit
Installing the Toner Container (For China, and Korea)
Installing the Toner Container (Countries other than China, and Korea)
Installing the Scanner
Setting the Cassette
Installing the DADF (Model without DADF)
Setting the Dehumidification Switch (Excluding USA and Europe)
Installing IC Card Reader (EUR Only)
Turning ON the Power
Host Machine Settings (Starting the Setup Guide)
Adjusting the DADF (Model without DADF)
Other Installations
Securing the Host Machine
Installing the Envelope Attachment
Checking the Network Connection
Network Troubleshooting
When Relocating the Machine
Platen Cover Type W
Points to Note at Installation
Checking the Contents
Check Item When Turning OFF the Main Power
Points to Note when turning ON/OFF the main power
Installation Outline Drawing
Installation Procedure
Inner 2-Way Tray-J1
Points to Note at Installation
Check Item When Turning OFF the Main Power
Points to Note when turning ON/OFF the main power
Installation Outline Drawing
Checking the Contents
Installation procedure
Checking after Installation
Copy Tray-J2
Points to Note at Installation
Check Item When Turning OFF the Main Power
Points to Note when turning ON/OFF the main power
Installation Outline Drawing
Checking the Contents
Installation Procedure
Checking after Installation
Copy Card Reader-F1/Copy Card Reader Attachment Kit-B5
Points to Note at Installation
Check Item When Turning OFF the Main Power
Points to Note when turning ON/OFF the main power
Installation Outline Drawing
Checking the Contents
Installation Procedure
Checking after Installation
Utility Tray-B1
Points to Note at Installation
Installation Outline Drawing
Checking the Contents
Installation Procedure
When Installing the USB Keyboard
Stamp Unit-B1
Points to Note at Installation
Check Item When Turning OFF the Main Power
Points to Note when turning ON/OFF the main power
Installation Outline Drawing
Checking the Contents
Installation Procedure
Operation Check
Voice Operation Kit-D1
Points to Note at Installation
Check Item When Turning OFF the Main Power
Points to Note when turning ON/OFF the main power
Installation Outline Drawing
Checking the Contents
Installation Procedure
Checking after Installation
Operation Check
IC Card Reader Box-C1
Points to Note when Installing
Check Item When Turning OFF the Main Power
Points to Note when turning ON/OFF the main power
Installation Outline Drawing
Checking the Contents
Installation Procedure
Voice Guidance Kit-G1
Points to Note at Installation
Check Item When Turning OFF the Main Power
Points to Note when turning ON/OFF the main power
Installation Outline Drawing
Checking the Contents
Installation Procedure
Checking the Settings
Operation Check
Serial Intreface KIT-K3/ Copy Control Interface KIT-A1
Points to Note at Installation
Check Item When Turning OFF the Main Power
Points to Note when turning ON/OFF the main power
Installation Outline Drawing
Checking the Contents
Installation Procedure
Document Scan Lock Kit-B1
Points to Note at Installation
Check Item When Turning OFF the Main Power
Points to Note when turning ON/OFF the main power
Installation Outline Drawing
Checking the Contents
Installation Procedure
Checking after Installation
Removable HDD Kit-AK2
Points to Note at Installation
Check Item When Turning OFF the Main Power
Points to Note when turning ON/OFF the main power
Installation Outline Drawing
Checking the Contents
Installation Procedure
Checking after Installation
2.5inch/1TB HDD-P1
Points to Note at Installation
Check Item When Turning OFF the Main Power
Points to Note when turning ON/OFF the main power
Checking the Contents
Installation Outline Drawing
Installation Procedure
HDD Initialization Procedure
Executing auto gradation adjustment
Execution of the minimum installation work
Media Adjustment kit-A1
Points to Note when Installing
Installation Outline Drawing
Checking the Contents
Check Item When Turning OFF the Main Power
Points to Note when turning ON/OFF the main power
Installation Procedure
Settings after installation
Auto Adjust Gradation
Select Paper Settings
Connection Kit-A1 for Bluetooth LE
Points to Note at Installation
Checking the Contents
Check Item When Turning OFF the Main Power
Points to Note when turning ON/OFF the main power
Installation Outline Drawing
Installation Procedure
Setting after Installation
NFC Kit-C1
Points to Note at Installation
Checking the Contents
Check Item When Turning OFF the Main Power
Points to Note when turning ON/OFF the main power
Installation Outline Drawing
Installation procedure
Setting after Installation

APPENDICES
Service Tool
List of Special Tools
Solvents and Oils
General Circuit Diagram
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Host machine_2/11
Host machine_3/11
Host machine_4/11
Host machine_5/11
Host machine_6/11
Host machine_7/11
Host machine_8/11
Host machine_9/11
Host machine_10/11
Host machine_11/11
Software Counter Specifications
Removal
Removal
Target PCBs of Automatic Update
List of Service Modes That Can Be Restored