Konica Minolta Bizhub Pro 950 Field Service & Troubleshooting Guide

Field Service & Troubleshooting Guide Manual KONICA MINOLTA Bizhub Pro 950;
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OUTLINE
1. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
2. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
2.1 Main body
2.2 DF-616
2.3 LU-407/408
2.4 FS-528/611
2.5 PI-506
2.6 PK-504/505
2.7 ZU-607
2.8 TU-502
2.9 RC-501
2.10 IC
2.11 GP-501/MK-724
2.11.1 GP-501
2.11.2 MK-724

MAINTENANCE
3. PERIODIC CHECK
3.1 Maintenance item
3.1.1 Main body
3.1.2 DF
3.1.3 LU
3.1.4 FS
3.1.5 PI
3.1.6 PK
3.1.7 ZU
3.1.8 TU
3.1.9 RC
3.1.10 GP
3.2 Replacement parts list
3.2.1 Periodically replacement parts list
3.2.2 Spot replacement parts list
3.3 Life value
3.3.1 Life value of materials
3.3.2 Life value
4. SERVICE TOOLS
4.1 Service material list
4.2 Jig list
4.3 Mail remote notification system
4.3.1 Outline
4.3.2 Operating environments
4.3.3 Major functions
4.3.4 Initial setting
4.3.5 Usage of the mail remote notification system
4.3.6 Mail sending
4.4 Machine setting data Import/Export
4.4.1 Outline
4.5 Job history list
4.5.1 OUTLINE
4.5.2 Major functions
4.5.3 Setting method
4.6 Acquisition of the controller log
4.6.1 Outline
4.6.2 Preparation in advance
4.6.3 Procedure for acquisition
5. REWRITING FIRMWARE
5.1 Outline
5.1.1 Notes for rewriting firmware
5.1.2 Firmware data flow
5.1.3 Main body setting in ISW
5.2 ISWTrns
5.2.1 Specifications
5.2.2 Installation of the ISWTrns
5.2.3 Usage of the ISWTrns
5.2.4 Error list
5.3 Internet ISW
5.3.1 Outline
5.3.2 Operating environments
5.3.3 Initial setting
5.3.4 Internet ISW using the Web Utilities
5.3.5 Internet ISW using the operation panel
5.3.6 Authentication of the proxy server in the Internet ISW

ADJUSTMENT/SETTING
6. HOW TO USE THE ADJUSTMENT/SETTING SECTION
6.1 Checking before starting work
6.2 Checkpoints when conducting on-site service
7. UTILITY MENU
7.1 List of utility mode
7.2 Display/Exit
7.2.1 Display method
7.2.2 Exit method
8. ADJUSTMENT ITEM LIST
8.1 Priority for Adjustment/Setting after replacing parts
9. SERVICE MODE
9.1 List of service mode
9.2 Display/Exit
9.2.1 Display method
9.2.2 Exit method
9.3 Machine Adjustment
9.3.1 Tray Adjustment
9.3.2 Registration Line Speed (Magnification Adjustment)
9.3.3 Printer S1 FD-Mag
9.3.4 Printer S2 FD-Mag
9.3.5 Printer S1 CD-Mag
9.3.6 Printer S2 CD-Mag
9.3.7 Scanner FD-Mag
9.3.8 ADF FD-Mag
9.3.9 Printer S1 Restart Timing (Timing Adjustment)
9.3.10 Printer S2 Restart Timing (Timing Adjustment)
9.3.11 Printer Registration Loop (Timing Adjustment)
9.3.12 Printer Pre-Registration (Timing Adjustment)
9.3.13 Printer Lead Edge Margin (Timing Adjustment)
9.3.14 Transfer Assist Timing (Timing Adjustment)
9.3.15 Scanner Restart Timing (Timing Adjustment)
9.3.16 ADF Restart Timing Adj
9.3.17 ADF Registration Loop Adj
9.3.18 Printer Centering Adj
9.3.19 Scanner Centering Adj
9.3.20 ADF Centering Adj
9.3.21 Distortion correction
9.3.22 Non-ImageArea Erase Check
9.3.23 ADF Density Adjustment (ADF Adjustment)
9.3.24 ADF Original Size Adj
9.3.25 ADF Sensor Sensitivity (ADF Adjustment)
9.3.26 ADF Skew Offset Adj
9.3.27 Recall standard data
9.4 Process adjustment
9.4.1 High Voltage Auto Adj
9.4.2 HV Adjustment (Charge) (High Voltage Adjustment)
9.4.3 HV Adjustment (Transfer) (High Voltage Adjustment)
9.4.4 HV Adj
9.4.5 HV Adj
9.4.6 HV Adj
9.4.7 HV Adj
9.4.8 Transfer Guide Confirm (High Voltage Adjustment)
9.4.9 Blade Setting Mode (Drum Peculiarity Adj.)
9.4.10 Auto Drum Potential (Drum Peculiarity Adj.)
9.4.11 Auto Maximum Density Adj
9.4.12 Auto Dot Diameter Adj
9.4.13 LD Offset Adjustment (Drum Peculiarity Adj.)
9.4.14 Auto Gamma Adj
9.4.15 LD1 Bias Adjustment (Drum Peculiarity Adjustment)
9.4.16 LD2 Bias Adjustment (Drum Peculiarity Adjustment)
9.4.17 Cartridge Set Mode (Drum Peculiarity Adj.)
9.4.18 Drum Peculiarity Manual
9.4.19 User Paper Setting
9.4.20 Recall Standard Data
9.5 Counter
9.5.1 Maintenance Counter
9.5.2 Counter/Data
9.5.3 Special Parts Counter (Parts Counter)
9.5.4 Voluntary Part Counter (Parts Counter)
9.6 Machine Condition
9.6.1 I/O Check Mode
9.6.2 Input check mode
9.6.3 Output check mode
9.6.4 Operations in the I/O check mode
9.7 List output
9.7.1 List Output
9.8 Test mode
9.8.1 Test Pattern Output Mode
9.8.2 Test Pattern Density
9.8.3 Running Mode
9.9 System setting
9.9.1 Software DIPSW Setting
9.9.2 Telephone Number Setting
9.9.3 M/C Serial Number Setting
9.9.4 Setting Date Input
9.10 Firmware version
9.11 CS Remote Care
9.11.1 Outline
9.11.2 Setup procedure of the CS Remote Care (When using the E-mail)
9.11.3 Setup procedure of the CS Remote Care (When using the phone line modem)
9.11.4 Setup procedure of the CS Remote Care (When using the WebDAV server)
9.11.5 List of combinations of E-mail CS Remote Care and Mail remote notification system
9.11.6 Mail initial setting (In the case of the main body NIC)
9.11.7 Mail initial setting (In the case of controller NIC)
9.11.8 http Communication Setting
9.11.9 Software SW setting for CS Remote Care
9.11.10 Setup confirmation
9.11.11 Maintenance call
9.11.12 Center call from manager
9.11.13 Confirm communication log
9.11.14 Initialization of RAM for CS Remote Care
9.11.15 Error code list
9.11.16 Troubleshooting
9.12 ISW
9.13 Finisher adjustment
9.13.1 Fold & Staple stopper adj
9.13.2 Half hold stopper adjustment (FS-611)
9.13.3 Cover sheet tray size adjustment (PI)
9.13.4 Trimming stopper adjustment (TU)
9.13.5 Punch kit vertical position adjustment (PK)
9.13.6 Punch kit horizontal position adjustment (PK)
9.13.7 Punch unit vertical position adjustment (ZU)
9.13.8 Punch unit horizontal position adjustment (ZU)
9.13.9 Punch registration loop adjustment (ZU/PK)
9.13.10 Z-fold position adjustment (ZU)
9.13.11 Adjusting the tri-folding position (FS-611)
9.13.12 Staple Finisher Pitch Adj (FS-611)
9.13.13 Fold and staple pitch adjustment (FS-611)
9.14 Administrator setting
9.14.1 Administrator authentication
9.14.2 Administrator password setting
9.15 CE Setting
9.15.1 CE authentication
9.15.2 CE password setting
9.16 IC HDD format
10.ADJUSTMENT FOR POD
10.1 Before using the adjustment for POD
10.2 The front and back registration
10.2.1 The front and back registration (printer)
10.2.2 The front and back registration (scanner)
10.2.3 The front and back registration (ADF)
10.2.4 The front and back registration by user (by paper brand)
10.2.5 The front and back registration by user (for fine adjustments)
10.3 Settings for feeding carbonless paper
10.4 Image density adjustment
10.4.1 Darken image density
10.4.2 Lighten image density
10.5 User setting of each paper brand
11.MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT
11.1 Main body
11.1.1 Mis-centering adjustment of the trays 1, 2 and 3
11.1.2 Separation pressure adjustment of the tray1, 2 and 3
11.1.3 Paper feed roller pressure adjustment of the trays 1, 2 and 3
11.1.4 Lift tray horizontal adjustment of the trays 1, 2 and 3
11.1.5 Incline adjustment of the registration section
11.1.6 Incline adjustment of the trays 1, 2, and 3
11.1.7 Separation pressure adjustment of the bypass tray
11.1.8 Paper feed height adjustment of the trays 1, 2 and 3
11.1.9 Pick-up release amount adjustment of the trays 1, 2 and 3
11.2 DF-616
11.2.1 Paper skew adjustment
11.2.2 Hinge pressure adjustment
11.2.3 Height adjustment
11.2.4 Adjustment to prevent false detection by the original count sensor (PS310), original size sensors /Rt (PS302) and /Lt (PS303)
11.3 LU-407/408
11.3.1 Separation pressure adjustment
11.3.2 Feed roller pressure adjustment (LU-408 only)
11.3.3 Paper lift plate horizontal adjustment
11.3.4 Paper centering adjustment
11.3.5 Paper skew adjustment
11.3.6 Paper feed height (upper limit) adjustment
11.3.7 Pick-up release amount adjustment
11.4 FS-528/611
11.4.1 Adjusting the bypass gate
11.4.2 Shift position adjustment
11.4.3 Adjusting the paper exit solenoid
11.4.4 Adjusting the mounting position of the paper exit belt
11.4.5 Adjusting the mounting position of the alignment plate /Up
11.4.6 Adjusting the mounting position of the alignment plate /Lw (FS-611)
11.4.7 Staple position adjustment (flat-stapling)
11.4.8 Staple position adjustment (saddle stitching) (FS-611)
11.4.9 Stapler vertical position adjustment (FS-611)
11.4.10 Folding stopper tilt adjustment (FS-611)
11.4.11 Adjusting the folding pressure (FS-611)
11.4.12 Adjusting the tri-folding position (FS-611)
11.5 PI-506
11.5.1 PI displacement adjustment
11.5.2 Tilt adjustment
11.6 PK-504/505
11.6.1 Punch hole position tilt adjustment
11.6.2 Paper size sensor sensitivity adjustment
11.7 ZU-607
11.7.1 Paper edge sensor sensitivity adjustment
11.7.2 Gate solenoid /Lw (SD1) adjustment
11.7.3 1st folding skew adjustment
11.7.4 2nd folding skew adjustment
11.7.5 2nd stopper position adjustment
11.8 TU-502
11.8.1 Sheet trimming parallelism adjustment

TROUBLESHOOTING
12.JAM CODE
12.1 Jam code list
13.MALFUNCTION CODE
13.1 Malfunction code list
14.TROUBLES THAT DO NOT DISPLAY THE MALFUNCTION CODE
14.1 The power of main body does not turn ON
14.1.1 Turn ON the main power switch but the power LED of the operation panel does not light up in red
14.1.2 Turn ON the main power switch and the sub power switch, but the touch panel does not display anything
14.1.3 Turn ON the sub power switch but the power LED does not switch from red to green
14.2 The power is not supplied to DF-616
14.3 The power is not supplied to the paper feed option
14.3.1 LU-407/408
14.4 The power is not supplied to the finisher option
14.4.1 FS-528/611
14.4.2 ZU-607
14.4.3 TU-502
15. IMAGE TROUBLE
15.1 Initial check items
15.2 Printer system procedure
15.2.1 Check the printer
15.2.2 Image Stabilization
15.2.3 Printer system: White lines in sub scan direction, White bands in sub scan direction, Black lines in sub scan direction, Black bands in sub scan direction
15.2.4 Printer system: White lines in main scan direction, White bands in main scan direction, Black lines in main scan direction, Black bands in main scan direction
15.2.5 Printer system: Uneven density in sub scan direction
15.2.6 Printer system: Uneven density in main scan direction
15.2.7 Printer system: Light density (ID lowering)
15.2.8 Printer system: Gradation error
15.2.9 Printer system: Gray background
15.2.10 Printer system: Void areas, White spots
15.2.11 Printer system: Black spots
15.2.12 Printer system: Image blurring
15.2.13 Printer system: Poor fusing performance, Offset
15.2.14 Printer system: Brush effect, Image bleeding
15.2.15 Printer system: Inky backside
15.2.16 Printer system: Blank print, Black print
15.2.17 Printer system: Pitch unevenness
15.3 Scanner system procedure
15.3.1 Scanner check items
15.3.2 Scanner system: White lines in sub scan direction, White bands in sub scan direction, Black lines in sub scan direction, Black bands in sub scan direction
15.3.3 Scanner system: White lines in main scan direction, White bands in main scan direction, Black lines in main scan direction, Black bands in main scan direction
15.3.4 Scanner system: Black spots
15.3.5 Scanner system: Gray background
15.3.6 Scanner system: Blurred image, Brush effect
15.3.7 Scanner system: Moire
15.3.8 Scanner system: Leaning image
15.3.9 Scanner system: Image distortion
15.3.10 Scanner system: Low image density, Rough image
15.3.11 Scanner system: Blank copy, Black copy
15.3.12 Scanner system: Uneven density
15.4 Controller system procedure
15.4.1 Controller check item
15.4.2 Controller system: Blank print, Black print
16.CONTROLLER TROUBLE
16.1 Even if the power of the main body is turned ON, [Data can be received.] is not displayed on the operation panel
16.2 The print jobs on the PC side are completed, but no printing starts
17. TROUBLESHOOTING (GP-501)
17.1 Troubleshooting
17.1.1 General
17.1.2 Back Gauge
17.1.3 Die Set
17.2 Initial Service Action
17.3 Mis-Feed Service Action
17.4 Final Service Action

APPENDIX
18.PARTS LAYOUT DRAWING
18.1 Main body
18.1.1 Switch/sensor
18.1.2 Load
18.1.3 Boards and others
18.2 DF-616
18.3 LU-407/408
18.4 FS-528/611
18.5 PI-506
18.6 PK-504/505
18.6.1 PK-504
18.6.2 PK-505
18.7 ZU-607
18.8 TU-502
18.9 GP-501 / MK-724
18.9.1 GP-501
18.9.2 MK-724
19.CONNECTOR LAYOUT DRAWING
19.1 Main body
19.1.1 Connector in the board
19.2 DF-616
19.2.1 Connector in the board
19.3 LU-407/408
19.4 FS-528/611
19.5 PI-506
19.6 PK-504/505
19.7 ZU-607
19.8 TU-502
19.8.1 Connector in the board
19.9 GP-501/MK-724
19.9.1 Connector in the board
20.RELAY CONNECTOR LAYOUT DRAWING
20.1 Main body
21.TIMING CHART
21.1 Main body
21.1.1 Timing chart when the sub power switch (SW2) is turned ON
21.1.2 Timing chart in single-sided copy mode
21.1.3 Timing chart in double-sided copy mode
21.2 DF-616
21.2.1 Timing chart in single-sided mode
21.2.2 Timing chart in double-sided mode
21.3 LU-407/408
21.3.1 Timing chart in single-sided mode
21.4 FS-528/611
21.4.1 Timing chart of the staple mode (FS-528)
21.4.2 Timing chart of the sort mode (FS-611)
21.4.3 Timing chart of the staple mode (FS-611)
21.4.4 Timing chart of the saddle stitching mode (FS-611)
21.4.5 Timing chart of the tri-folding mode (FS-611)
21.5 PI-506
21.5.1 Timing chart of the auto paper feed mode
21.6 PK-504/505
21.6.1 Timing chart of the punch mode
21.7 ZU-607
21.7.1 Timing chart in Z-Folding, punch mode
21.8 TU-502
21.8.1 Timing chart of the trimming mode
21.8.2 Timing chart of the through mode
22.OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM
22.1 Main body 1/3
22.2 Main body 2/3
22.3 Main body 3/3
22.4 Main body 1/3-1
22.5 Main body 1/3-2
22.6 Main body 1/3-3
22.7 Main body 1/3-4
22.8 Main body 2/3-1
22.9 Main body 2/3-2
22.10 Main body 2/3-3
22.11 Main body 2/3-4
22.12 Main body 3/3-1
22.13 Main body 3/3-2
22.14 Main body 3/3-3
22.15 Main body 3/3-4
22.16 DF
22.17 LU
22.18 FS
22.19 PI
22.20 PK-504
22.21 PK-505
22.22 ZU
22.23 TU
22.24 GP/MK
23.PAPER SETTING
23.1 Relationship between the optimum value and the control of each of setting items by paper brand (U.S.A)
23.2 Relationship between the optimum value and the control of each of setting items by paper brand (U.S.A)
23.3 Relationship between the optimum value and the control of each of setting items by paper brand (European paper) (for fusing hard roller)
23.4 Relationship between the optimum value and the control of each of setting items by paper brand (European paper) (for fusing soft roller)
23.5 Conversion table of paper weight

TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE CONTENTS:
– Notes
1. Caution of use Delete All Data for HDD
2. BizhubPRO950 New developing unit
3. Density reduction due to IDC sensor contamination
4. About the setting of Large size paper count method
5. Notes for PS Plug-in driver

– Reference information
6. RC mounting kit for 920/950
7. Paper feed roller setting of main body trays and LU-407/408
8. Soil at paper edge
9. Paper setting table Ver.2.0 (for soft roller)
10. Paper setting table Ver.2.0 (for hard roller)
11. Machine code and Destination code for PK-504/505
12. ICPList
13. Special firmware list for engine and options
14. Printer Controller firmware printer driver list
15. Controller log Capture getting procedure

– Others
16. J7245 (ZU605/607)

Number of pages: 759.