Konica Minolta Bizhub Pro C6500 Bizhub Pro C6500P Bizhub Pro C5500 Field Service Manual

Field Service Manual Konica Minolta Bizhub Pro C6500 Bizhub Pro C6500P Bizhub Pro C5500;
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OUTLINE
1. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
2. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

MAINTENANCE
3. PERIODIC CHECK
3.1 Maintenance item
3.1.1 Main body
3.1.2 DF
3.1.3 PF
3.1.4 LU
3.1.5 RU
3.1.6 FD
3.1.7 FS
3.1.8 PI
3.1.9 SD
3.1.10 PB
3.2 Replacement parts list
3.2.1 Periodically replacement parts list (PRO C6500)
3.2.2 Spot replacement parts list (PRO C6500)
3.2.3 Periodically replacement parts list (PRO C5500)
3.2.4 Spot replacement parts list (PRO C5500)
3.3 Concept of parts life
3.3.1 Life value of consumables and parts
3.3.2 Conditions for life specifications values
3.4 Maintenance procedure of the housing section
3.4.1 Replacing the Dust-proof filter /1 assy
3.4.2 Replacing dust-proof filter /2 assy
3.5 Maintenance procedure of the photoconductor section
3.5.1 Process unit disassembly flowchart
3.5.2 Opening/closing toner supply section
3.5.3 Pulling out the process unit
3.5.4 Removing drum cartridge
3.6 Maintenance procedure of the charging section
3.6.1 Replacing the charging corona
3.6.2 Replacing the charging dust-proof filter
3.7 Maintenance procedure of the intermediate transfer section
3.7.1 Removing/installing the transfer belt unit
3.7.2 Replacing the belt cleaning blade
3.7.3 Replacing 1st transfer roller /Y, /M, /C and /K
3.7.4 Replacing the transfer belt
3.7.5 Replacing the 2nd transfer roller /Up
3.7.6 Replacing the separation claw assy
3.7.7 Replacing the belt cleaner unit
3.7.8 Replacing the toner collection sheet /1
3.7.9 Replacing the 2nd transfer roller /Lw and the transfer earth plate assy
3.7.10 Replacing the belt separation claw solenoid (SD1)
3.7.11 Replacing the separation discharging assy
3.8 Maintenance procedure of the developing section
3.8.1 Replacing the developer /Y, /M, /C, /K
3.8.2 Replacing the developing unit /C, /M, /Y, /K
3.9 Maintenance procedure of the toner collection box assy
3.9.1 Replacing the toner collection box assy
3.10 Maintenance procedure of the paper feeding section
3.10.1 Replacing the pick-up roller/paper feed roller rubber
3.10.2 Replacing the separation roller rubber
3.10.3 Replacing the paper feed clutch/pre-registration clutch
3.11 Maintenance procedure of the bypass feed tray section
3.11.1 Replacing the pick-up roller/paper feed roller rubber
3.11.2 Replacing the separation roller rubber
3.11.3 Replacing the paper feed clutch/BP (MC6)
3.12 Maintenance procedure of the vertical conveyance section
3.12.1 Replacing the intermediate conveyance clutch /1 (MC13)
3.13 Maintenance procedure of the registration section
3.13.1 Replacing the cleaning stay assy
3.13.2 Replacing the registration roller assy
3.14 Maintenance procedure of the ADU section
3.14.1 Replacing the intermediate conveyance clutch/2 (MC4) and /3 (MC5)
3.14.2 Replacing the ADU conveyance clutch/1 (MC1), /2 (MC2), /3 (MC3), and the ADU pre-registration clutch (MC18)
3.15 Maintenance procedure of the reverse/paper exit section
3.16 Maintenance procedure of the fusing section
3.16.1 Removing/installing the fusing unit
3.16.2 Replacing the fusing drive gear /B and the fusing duct 2 assy
3.16.3 Replacing the fusing drive gear /M
3.16.4 Replacing the fusing lamp /Up
3.16.5 Replacing the fusing roller /2, fusing bearing, and fusing drive gear /O
3.16.6 Replacing the fusing belt, fusing roller /1, insulating sleeve /Up, fusing bearing /Up, and belt regulation sleeve
3.16.7 Replacing the fusing heater lamp /4 (L5)
3.16.8 Replacing the fusing roller /Lw, fusing bearing /Lw, and insulating sleeve /Lw
3.16.9 Replacing the sensor mounting plate A assy
3.16.10 Replacing the sensor stay B assy
3.16.11 Replacing the fusing paper exit roller /Up
3.16.12 Replacing the fusing regulation gear /A and the fusing limiter
3.17 Maintenance procedure of OT-502
3.17.1 Replacing the paper retainer roller
3.17.2 Replacing the paper exit roller
3.17.3 Replacing the paper exit driven roller/2
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
5. FIRMWARE VERSION UP
5.1 ISW
5.1.1 Types of ISW
5.1.2 Firmware data flow
5.1.3 Settings on the main body side while 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 USB memory ISW
5.3.1 Usage of the USB memory ISW
5.3.2 Main body error list
5.4 Internet ISW
5.4.1 OUTLINE
5.4.2 Operating environment
5.4.3 Initial settings
5.4.4 Internet ISW using the Web Utilities
5.4.5 Internet ISW using the mail remote notification system
5.4.6 Notes for use
5.4.7 Internet ISW using the operation panel
5.4.8 Authentication of the proxy server in the Internet ISW
5.5 Counter list obtaining with USB memory
5.5.1 Outline
5.5.2 List that can be obtained
5.5.3 Obtaining method
6. OTHERS
6.1 Items not allowed to be disassembled and adjusted
6.1.1 Scanner section
6.1.2 Write section
6.1.3 Photoconductor section
6.1.4 Intermediate transfer section
6.1.5 Fusing unit section
6.2 Disassembly/reassembly parts list
6.3 Disassembly/reassembly procedure
6.3.1 Removing/reinstalling rear cover
6.3.2 Removing/reinstalling left cover
6.3.3 Removing/installing right cover/Up1, /Up2, /Up3, /Lw1 and /Lw2
6.3.4 Removing/reinstalling original glass assy
6.3.5 Removing/reinstalling upper cover/Fr, /Rt, and Lt
6.3.6 Removing/reinstalling upper cover /Rr1 and /Rr2
6.3.7 Removing/installing main board unit
6.3.8 Removing/installing CCD unit
6.3.9 Removing/installing exposure unit
6.3.10 Removing/installing exposure lamp
6.3.11 Removing scanner wire
6.3.12 Reinstalling the scanner wire
6.3.13 Removing/installing write unit
6.3.14 Removing/installing process unit
6.3.15 Removing/reinstalling image correction unit
6.3.16 Removing/installing belt collectin pipe, vertical conveyance pipe and horizontal conveyance pipe
6.3.17 Removing/reinstalling ADU
6.3.18 Replaceing the lock lever/1, /2
6.3.19 Removing/reinstalling paper feed tray /1, /2 and /3
6.3.20 Removing/reinstalling tray up/down wire
6.3.21 Removing/installing temperature sensor /1 (TEMS/1), thermostat /1 (TS1) and /2 (TS2)
6.3.22 Removing/installing temperature sensor /2 (TEMS/2) and thermostat /3 (TS3)
6.3.23 Removing/reinstalling OT
6.4 Commercially available parts
6.4.1 Installing the status indicator light
6.4.2 Installing the key counter (KCT)

ADJUSTMENT/SETTING
7. HOW TO USE THE ADJUSTMENT/SETTING SECTION
7.1 Composition
8. UTILITY MENU
8.1 List of utility mode
9. ADUSTMENT LIST
10. SERVICE MODE
10.1 List of service mode
10.2 Setting method
10.2.1 Start and exit service mode
10.3 Machine adjustment
10.3.1 Restart Timing Adjustment (Printer Adjustment)
10.3.2 Centering Adjustment (Printer Adjustment)
10.3.3 FD-Mag
10.3.4 CD-Mag
10.3.5 Lead Edge Erase Adjustmet (Printer Adjustment)
10.3.6 Registration Loop Adj
10.3.7 Pre-registration Adj
10.3.8 Belt Line Speed Adj
10.3.9 Writing Init
10.3.10 Color Registration Adj
10.3.11 Color Registration/Manual (Printer Adjustment)
10.3.12 Adjustment when replacing multi feed detection board (PF)
10.3.13 CD Skew Adj
10.3.14 Recall Standard Data (Printer Adjustment)
10.3.15 Restart Timing Adjustment (Scanner Adjustment)
10.3.16 Centering Adjustment (Scanner Adjustment)
10.3.17 FD-Mag
10.3.18 Recall Standard Data (Scanner Adjustment)
10.3.19 Scanner smooth tone/color (Quality Adjustment)
10.3.20 Printer gamma adjustment (Quality Adjustment)
10.3.21 Sharpness adjustment (Quality Adjustment)
10.3.22 Contrast adjustment (Quality Adjustment)
10.3.23 Image Distinction Level (Quality Adjustment)
10.3.24 ACS adjustment (Quality Adjustment)
10.3.25 Density adjustment (Quality Adjustment)
10.3.26 Tone adjustment (Quality Adjustment)
10.3.27 Recall standard data (Quality Adjustment)
10.3.28 Non-Image Area Erase Check
10.4 Process Adjustment
10.4.1 1st transfer manual adj
10.4.2 2nd transfer manual adj
10.4.3 HV adj
10.4.4 HV adj
10.4.5 Pre-transfer Guide HV check (High Voltage Adjustment)
10.4.6 Blade setting mode (Drum Peculiarity Adj.)
10.4.7 Automatic drum potential (Drum Peculiarity Adj.)
10.4.8 Auto gamma adjustment (Drum Peculiarity Adj.)
10.4.9 LD bias adjustment (Drum Peculiarity Adj.)
10.4.10 Automatic Developer Charge (Drum Peculiarity Adj.)
10.4.11 Toner density sensor Init
10.4.12 Initial drum rotation (Drum Peculiarity Adj.)
10.4.13 Surface potential sensor (Sensor output check)
10.4.14 Maximum density sensor (Sensor output check)
10.4.15 Gamma sensor output (Sensor output check)
10.4.16 Toner Density Sensor (Sensor output check)
10.4.17 Drum Surfase potential (Sensor output check)
10.4.18 Humidity/Temperature (Sensor output check)
10.4.19 Toner Density Return Mode (Sensor output check)
10.4.20 Covered Margin Fine Adj
10.4.21 Develop AC Bias Fine Adj
10.4.22 Develop AC Frequency (Process Fine Adjustment)
10.4.23 Toner Density Fine Adj
10.4.24 Drum Tiny Rotation Interval (Interval/Quantity Adj.)
10.4.25 Auto
10.4.26 Toner Dens
10.4.27 Recall standard data
10.5 System Setting
10.5.1 Software SW Setting
10.5.2 Telephone Number Setting
10.5.3 M/C Serial Number Setting
10.5.4 Setup Date Input
10.6 Counter/data
10.6.1 Maintenance Counter
10.6.2 Data Collection
10.6.3 Count of special parts (Parts Counter)
10.6.4 Count of each parts (Parts Counter)
10.7 State Confirmation
10.7.1 I/O Check Mode
10.7.2 Input check
10.7.3 Output check
10.7.4 Adjustment when replacing multi feed detection board (PF)
10.7.5 Adjustment when replacing multi feed detection board (PI)
10.7.6 Adjustment when replacing multi feed detection board (PB)
10.7.7 Storing FD, SD, FS, PB adjustment data into EEPROM
10.7.8 Storing main body adjustment data into NVRAM board
10.7.9 Line memory check on image processing board
10.7.10 Hard disk check
10.7.11 Replacement of the hard disks
10.8 ADF adjustment
10.8.1 ADF Original Size Adj
10.8.2 ADF Orig
10.8.3 ADF Sensor Adjustment
10.8.4 ADF Registration Loop Adj
10.9 Finisher Adjustment
10.9.1 Staple Center Position (Stapler Position Adj.)
10.9.2 Paper Width (staple) (Stapler Position Adjustment)
10.9.3 Paper Width (straight) (Stapler Position Adj.)
10.9.4 Paper Width Adjustment (Multi Folder (Punch) Adj.)
10.9.5 Hole-Punch Vertical Pos
10.9.6 Half Fold Position Adj
10.9.7 Tri-Fold-in Pos
10.9.8 Tri-Fold-out Pos
10.9.9 Double Parallel Folds Pos
10.9.10 Z-Fold Position Adj
10.9.11 Gate Fold Position Adj
10.9.12 Fold Regist Loop Adj
10.9.13 Multi Folder (PI) Adj
10.9.14 Stacker Adjustment
10.9.15 Staple Center Adj
10.9.16 Staple Paper Width Adj
10.9.17 Staple Pitch Adjustment (Saddle Stitcher Adj.)
10.9.18 Half Fold Position Adj
10.9.19 Tri-Fold Position Adj
10.9.20 Fold Paper Width Adj
10.9.21 Trimming Adjustment (Saddle Stitcher Adj.)
10.9.22 Trimmer Receiver Adj
10.9.23 RU Adjustment
10.9.24 Cover trimming adjustment (Perfect binder adjustment)
10.9.25 Cover lead edge adj
10.9.26 Spine corner forming pos
10.9.27 Pasting start postion (Perfect binder adjustment)
10.9.28 Pasting Finish Position (Perfect Binder Adjustment)
10.9.29 Paste formation finish pos
10.9.30 Temperature adjustment (Perfect binder adjustment)
10.9.31 Sub Compile CD width adj
10.9.32 Clamp CD width adjustment (Perfect binder adjustment)
10.9.33 Cover up/down CD width adj
10.9.34 Clamp FD position adj
10.9.35 Recall Standard Data (Finisher Adjustment)
10.9.36 Saddle Stitcher Stopper Adj
10.9.37 Half Fold Stopper Adj
10.9.38 Vertical Position Adj
10.9.39 Horizontal Position Adj
10.9.40 Registration Adjustment (Punch Adjustment)
10.9.41 Paper Edge Detect Sensor Adj
10.9.42 Tri-Fold Adjustment
10.9.43 2 Pos
10.9.44 Paper Inserter Tray Size Adj
10.9.45 Output quantity limit
10.10 Firmware version
10.11 CS Remote Care
10.11.1 Outline
10.11.2 Setup procedure of the CS Remote Care
10.11.3 List of combinations of E-Mail CS Remote Care and Mail remote notification system
10.11.4 Detailed setup procedure
10.11.5 Software SW setting for CS Remote Care
10.11.6 Mail address setting
10.11.7 Modem First Call
10.11.8 Receiving the initial connection mail
10.11.9 Setup confirmation
10.11.10 Maintenance call
10.11.11 Center call from manager
10.11.12 Confirm communication log
10.11.13 Initialization of RAM for CS Remote Care
10.11.14 Malfunction code list
10.11.15 Troubleshooting
10.12 List output
10.12.1 List Output
10.13 Test Mode
10.13.1 Running Test Mode
10.13.2 Test Pattern Output Mode
10.14 ISW
10.15 CE/Administrator Security Setting
10.15.1 List of CE/Administrator Security Setting
10.15.2 Start and exit CE/Administrator Security Mode
10.15.3 CE Authentication
10.15.4 CE Auth
10.15.5 Admin
10.15.6 Administrator Password
10.16 Fee Collection Setting
10.16.1 List of Fee Collection Setting
10.16.2 Start and exit Fee Collection Setting Mode
10.16.3 Coin Vendor
10.16.4 Management Function
11. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT
11.1 Adjusting the paper feed roller/BP pressure
11.2 (Maximum) paper feed (bypass) height adjustment
11.3 Pick-up movement amount adjustment (bypass)
11.4 Mis-centering adjustment of the paper feed tray /1, /2 and /3
11.5 Separation pressure adjustment of the paper feed tray/1, /2 and /3

TROUBLESHOOTING
12. JAM CODE
12.1 Jam code list
13. MALFUNCTION CODE
13.1 Malfunction code list

APPENDIX
14. PARTS LAYOUT DRAWING
14.1 Main body
14.1.1 Switch/sensor
14.1.2 Load
14.1.3 Boards and others
14.2 DF
14.3 PF
14.4 LU
14.5 RU
14.6 FD
14.7 LS
14.8 FS
14.8.1 FS-503
14.8.2 FS-520/607
14.9 PI
14.10 PK
14.10.1 PK-512
14.10.2 PK-513
14.11 SD
14.12 PB
15. CONNECTOR LAYOUT DRAWING
15.1 Main body
15.1.1 Connector in the board
15.2 DF
15.2.1 Connector in the board
15.3 PF
15.3.1 Connector in the board
15.4 LU
15.4.1 Connector in the board
15.5 RU
15.5.1 Connector in the board
15.6 FD
15.6.1 Connector in the board
15.7 LS
15.7.1 Connector in the board
15.8 FS
15.8.1 Connector in the board
15.9 PI
15.9.1 Connector in the board
15.10 PK
15.10.1 Connector in the board
15.11 SD
15.11.1 Connector in the board
15.12 PB
15.12.1 Connector in the board
16. TIMING CHART
16.1 Main body
16.2 DF
16.3 PF
16.4 LU
16.5 FD
16.6 LS
16.7 FS
16.7.1 FS-503
16.7.2 FS-520/607
16.8 PI
16.9 PK
16.9.1 PK-512
16.9.2 PK-513
16.10 SD
16.11 PB
17. OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM
17.1 Main body 1/12
17.2 Main body 2/12
17.3 Main body 3/12
17.4 Main body 4/12
17.5 Main body 5/12
17.6 Main body 6/12
17.7 Main body 7/12
17.8 Main body 8/12
17.9 Main body 9/12
17.10 Main body 10/12
17.11 Main body 11/12
17.12 Main body 12/12
17.13 DF
17.14 PF 1/4
17.15 PF 2/4
17.16 PF 3/4
17.17 PF 4/4
17.18 LU
17.19 RU
17.20 FD
17.21 LS
17.22 FS
17.22.1 FS-503
17.22.2 FS-520/607
17.23 PI
17.24 PK
17.25 SD 1/4
17.26 SD 2/4
17.27 SD 3/4
17.28 SD 4/4
17.29 PB 1/4
17.30 PB 2/4
17.31 PB 3/4
17.32 PB 4/

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