KIP 3000 Service Manual

Service Manual KIP 3000;
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Chapter 1. INTRODUCTION
1. 1 Features
1. 2 Specifications
1. 2. 1 General
1. 2. 2 Printer part
1. 2. 3 Scanner part
1. 3 Specifications for Originals
1. 3. 1 Original – Standard
1. 3. 2 Special Documents
1. 3. 3 “Do Not Scan” Originals
1. 4 Appearance
1. 4. 1 Front
1. 4. 2 Rear
1. 5 Specifications for the Scan Original
1. 6 Specifications for the Printing Paper
1. 6. 1 Papers not available to use
1. 6. 2 Keeping the paper in the custody

Chapter 2. INSTALLATION
2. 1 Installation Requirements
2. 2 Unpacking
2. 2. 1 Unpacking
2. 2. 2 Confirmation of accessories
2. 3 Levelling the KIP 3000
2. 4 Setup of Roll Deck
2. 5 Setup of the Machine Unit
2. 6 Installation of Accessories
2. 7 Turning on the KIP 3000
2. 8 Initializing the KIP 3000 Scanner

Chapter 3. PRINT/SCAN PROCESS
3. 1 Print Process
3. 1. 1 Characteristic of toner
3. 1. 2 Each step of the print process
3. 2. 1 Erasing (Removal of negative electric charges)
3. 2. 2 Charge of Drum
3. 2. 3 Exposure
3. 2. 4 Development
3. 2. 5 Transfer
3. 2. 6 Separation
3. 2. 7 Drum Cleaning (Removal of remained toner)
3. 2. 8 Fusing
3. 1. 3 Controlling the movement of toner in the Developer Unit
3. 1. 4 Toner Collection Process
3. 2 Scan Process
3. 2. 1 Data flow in scan and copy
3. 2. 2 Positioning process of Image Block

Chapter 4. ELECTRICAL
4. 1 General Information
4. 2 Electrical Components Location
4. 2. 1 Right side
4. 2. 2 Left side
4. 2. 3 Back side
4. 2. 4 Front side
4. 2. 5 LED Head Frame
4. 2. 6 Main Frame
4. 2. 7 Developer Unit
4. 2. 8 Fuser Unit
4. 2. 9 Roll Deck
4. 2.10 Cutter Unit
4. 2.11 Inner Transport Unit
4. 2.12 Scanner Unit
4. 3 Check & Adjustment of Analog Output from HV Power Supply
4. 3. 1 Situations necessary to check the analog output
4. 3. 2 Check & Adjustment of Analog Voltage to the Image Corona
4. 3. 3 Check & Adjustment of Analog Voltage to the Transfer Corona
4. 3. 4 Check & Adjustment of AC Component to the Separation Corona
4. 3. 5 Check & Adjustment of DC Component to the Separation Corona
4. 3. 6 Check & Adjustment of Negative Developer Bias to the Developer Roller
4. 3. 7 Check & Adjustment of Positive Developer Bias to the Developer Roller
4. 3. 8 Check & Adjustment of the Bias gap
between Developer Roller and Regulation Roller
4. 3. 9 Check & Adjustment of Positive Cleaning Roller Bias (Print Cycle)
4. 3.10 Check & Adjustment of Negative Cleaning Roller Bias (Toner Collection Process)
Chapter 5. MECHANICAL
5. 1 Outer Covers
5. 1. 1 Removal of Side Covers
5. 1. 2 Removal of Cover 15
5. 1. 3 Removal of Cover 14
5. 2 Developer Unit
5. 2. 1 Removal of the Developer Unit
5. 2. 2 Replacement of Developer Unit Components
5. 2. 3 Replacement of DC Motor
5. 2. 4 Replacement of Sensor (TLS1)
5. 2. 5 Adjustment of the space between gears
(Necessary to adjust after replacing the Developer Unit)
5. 2. 6 Readjustment of the pressure of Regulation Roller
5. 3 Fuser Unit
5. 3. 1 Removal of the Fuser Unit
5. 3. 2 Replacement of Fuser Unit Components
5. 3. 3 Replacement of Roller Pressure
5. 3. 4 Replacement of Thermistors
5. 3. 5 Replacement of Thermostat
5. 3. 6 Replacement of Exit Sensor
5. 4 Roll Deck
5. 4. 1 Replacement of Cutter Assembly
5. 4. 2 Replacement of Clutches (CL3, CL4 & CL5) of Roll 1
5. 4. 3 Replacement of Clutches (CL6 & CL7) of Roll 2
5. 4. 4 Replacement of Timing Belt (480) for Roll 2
5. 4. 5 Replacement of Timing Belt (480) for Roll 1
5. 4. 6 Replacement of Timing Belt (330)
5. 4. 7 Replacement of Timing Belt (753)
5. 4. 8 Replacement of Sensors (PH6, PH7 & PH9)
5. 4. 9 Replacement of Sensors (PH8 & PH10)
5. 4.10 Replacement of Dehumidify Heater
5. 4.11 Installation of Roll Deck 2 Kit (Optional for USA)
5. 4.12 Removal of Roll Deck 2
5. 5 Photoconductive Drum
5. 5. 1 Replacement of the Photoconductive Drum
5. 5. 2 How to fix the Aluminium Blocks
5. 5. 3 Cleaning of Photoconductive Drum
5. 5. 4 Replacement of Belt 4
5. 6 LED Head
5. 6. 1 Replacement of the LED Head Unit
5. 6. 2 LED focus adjustment
5. 6. 2. 1 Check of the Test Pattern Image
5. 6. 2. 2 Positioning of the Aluminium Blocks
5. 6. 2. 3 Focus Adjustment with Spacers
5. 7 Image Corona
5. 7. 1 Removal of the Image Corona Unit
5. 7. 2 Replacement of the Corona Wire
5. 8 Transfer / Separation Corona
5. 8. 1 Removal of the Transfer / Separation Corona
5. 8. 2 Replacement of Corona Wires
5. 9 Engine Frame
5. 9. 1 Replacement of DC Motor (M4) and Developer Press Sensor (PH4)
5. 9. 2 Replacement of Manual Set Sensor (PH5) & Registration Sensor (PH1)
5. 9. 3 Replacement of Fans (BL5 & BL6)
5. 9. 4 Replacement of Blowers (BL3 & BL4)
5.10 Inner Transport Unit 5-204
5.10. 1 Removal of the Inner Transport Unit
5.10. 2 Replacement of Sensor (PH2) & Belt
5.11 Main Frame
5.11. 1 Replacement of DC Motors (M1 & M2), Belt1 & Belt 3
5.11. 2 Replacement of Clutch (CL1)
5.11. 3 Replacement of Blower (BL7)
5.12 Scanner Unit
5.12. 1 Removal of the Scanner Unit
5.12. 2 Replacement of Motor Assembly
5.12. 3 Replacement of Belt 60S2M250 and Belt 60S2M284
5.12. 4 Replacement of Drive Rollers 1 and 2
5.12. 5 Removal of Base Plate
5.12. 5. 1 Removal of Base Plate (10512994 – 10513109, 10513137 and after)
5.12. 5. 2 Removal of Base Plate (before S/N 10512993, 10513110-10513136)
5.12. 6 Replacement of CIS Assembly
5.12. 7 Replacement of Gap Roller

Chapter 6. MAINTENANCE
6. 1 Recommended Periodic Replacement Parts
6. 2 Maintenance Period
6. 3 Service Kit

Chapter 7. TROUBLESHOOTING
7. 1 Troubleshooting – Printer Errors
7. 1. 1 Countermeasures – Call Operator Errors
7. 1. 1. 1 Roll 2 Feeding Jam “Delay” (J-0101)
7. 1. 1. 2 Roll 1 Feeding Jam “Delay” (J-0102)
7. 1. 1. 3 Feeding Jam “Delay” (J-0103) & “Early” (J-0303)
7. 1. 1. 4 Reg. Jam “Delay” (J-0104), “Stay” (J-0204)
“Early” (J-0304), “Remained” (J-1004)
7. 1. 1. 5 Internal Jam “Delay” (J-0106), “Stay” (J-0206) “Early” (J-0306), “Remained” (J-1006)
7. 1. 1. 6 Fuser Jam “Delay” (J-0107), “Stay” (J-0207)
“Early” (J-0307), “Remained” (J-1007)
7. 1. 1. 7 Paper jam by opening the Roll Deck during printing (J-1100)
7. 1. 1. 8 Paper jam by opening the Exit Cover during printing (J-1200)
7. 1. 1. 9 Deck Open
7. 1. 1.10 Deck Jam
7. 1. 1.11 Manual Set NG
7. 1. 1.12 Toner Empty
7. 1. 1.13 The door opened during the print
7. 1. 2 Countermeasures – Call Service Errors
7. 1. 2. 1 Fuser Error (E-000, E-002 & E-004)
7. 1. 2. 2 Fuser Error (E-001)
7. 1. 2. 3 Fuser Error (E-003)
7. 1. 2. 4 Main Motor Error (E-010)
7. 1. 2. 5 Fuser Motor Error (E-011)
7. 1. 2. 6 Developer Press Motor Error (E-012)
7. 1. 2. 7 Counter Error (E-020)
7. 1. 2. 8 High Voltage Output Error (E-031, E-032 & E-033)
7. 1. 2. 9 Developer Bias Output Error (E-034)
7. 1. 2.10 Cutter Error (E-040)
7. 1. 2.11 FPGA Error (E-050)
7. 1. 2.12 Developer Error (E-070)
7. 2 Troubleshooting – Image Quality Defects
7. 2. 1 Basic Image Adjustment
7. 2. 2 Countermeasures – Image Quality Defects
7. 2. 2. 1 Halftone is too light
7. 2. 2. 2 Halftone and solid black are too light
7. 2. 2. 3 The whole image is extremely light
7. 2. 2. 4 Density is uneven
7. 2. 2. 5 Totally appeared foggy image
7. 2. 2. 6 Foggy image or blurred black wide line (vertical)
7. 2. 2. 7 Clear black thin line (vertical)
7. 2. 2. 8 White line (Vertical)
7. 2. 2. 9 Void of image
7. 2. 2.10 Dirt on the back of the print
7. 2. 2.11 Defective fusing
7. 2. 2.12 Defective image placement, No Leading Edge
7. 2. 2.13 Jitter
7. 2. 2.14 Image looks not sharp
7. 2. 2.15 Uneven image density (vertical)
7. 2. 2.16 Completely white (No image)
7. 2. 2.17 Completely black
7. 2. 2.18 Crease of paper
7. 2. 2.19 Double image
7. 2. 2.20 Dirt on the print (Offset)
7. 3 Troubleshooting – Scanner Defects
7. 3. 1 Countermeasures – scanner operation
7. 3. 1. 1 Original can not be set (Scanner does not transport)
7. 3. 1. 2 Scanner does not start scanning from the original set position
7. 3. 1. 3 Original can not be set (Original feeding does not stop)
7. 3. 1. 4 Original is mis-fed
7. 3. 1. 5 Motor rotates endlessly at the time of turning on
7. 3. 1. 6 Scanner is not recognized
7. 3. 2 Countermeasures – scanner image quality
7. 3. 2. 1 Completely black
7. 3. 2. 2 Vertical black lines
7. 3. 2. 3 Vertical white lines
7. 3. 2. 4 Some image is lost at the boundary of Image Blocks
7. 3. 2. 5 Vertical image gap between Image Blocks
7. 3. 2. 6 Image quality is not good
7. 3. 2. 7 Density is different between left and right
7. 4 Touch Screen Calibration

Chapter 8. SERVICE MODE AND UTILITY SOFTWARE
8. 1 Outline of Service Mode
8. 1. 1 Entering Service Mode
8. 1. 2 Selecting each Sub Mode
8. 1. 3 Cancelling the Service Mode
8. 2 Device Status Mode
8. 2. 1 Function
8. 2. 2 Indication and Operation
8. 2. 3 Device Signal List
8. 3 Information Mode
8. 3. 1 Function
8. 3. 2 Indication and Operation
8. 4 Device Operation Mode
8. 4. 1 Function
8. 4. 2 Indication and Operation
8. 5 Adjustment Mode
8. 5. 1 Function
8. 5. 2 Indication and Operation
8. 5. 3 Setting Item list
8. 5. 4 Explanation for each Setting Item
8. 5. 4. 1 Leading Registration (No. 000 & 001)
8. 5. 4. 2 Trailing Margin (No. 002 & 003)
8. 5. 4. 3 Side Margin (Left & right) (Sub Mode No. 004)
8. 5. 4. 4 LED Strobe Time for Main Pixel of each Block (No.008 to 010)
8. 5. 4. 5 LED Strobe Time for IST (Supplemental Pixel) of each Block (No.011 to 013)
8. 5. 4. 6 Horizontal Alignment of Pixels between Blocks (No.014 & 015)
8. 5. 4. 7 Cut Length 1 (length information provided) (No.016)
8. 5. 4. 8 Cut Length 2 (length information not provided) (No.017)
8. 5. 4. 9 Cut Length 3 (Compensation of a long print) (No.018)
8. 5. 4.10 Developer Bias (No.022 to 027)
8. 5. 4.11 Developer Bias compensation – 1st Drum revolution (No.028)
8. 5. 4.12 Transfer Voltage (No.029 to 034)
8. 5. 4.13 Separation Corona ON Timing (No.035)
8. 5. 4.14 Transfer Corona ON Timing (No.037)
8. 5. 4.15 Transfer Corona OFF Timing (No.038)
8. 5. 4.16 Fuser Temperature (No.039 to 044)
8. 5. 4.17 Fuser Temperature to start idling (No.045)
8. 5. 4.18 Warm Sleep – Fuser Temperature (No.046)
8. 5. 4.19 Fuser Temperature Overshoot Value (No.047)
8. 5. 4.20 Fuser Temperature Control Range (No.048 & 049)
8. 5. 4.21 Reaction Time of Toner Supply Motor (No.050)
8. 5. 4.22 Toner Supply Motor ON Time (No.051)
8. 5. 4.23 Dot Enhancement Level (Dither) (No.052)
8. 5. 4.24 Feed Clutch (CL3) OFF time applied to long print (No.053)
8. 5. 4.25 Switch timing of Toner Supply Roller Bias (No.054) 8-55
8. 5. 4.26 Metric or Inch (No.055)
8. 5. 4.27 Language (No.056) 8-56
8. 5. 4.28 Interface Communication Setting (No.057)
8. 5. 4.29 Recognition of Roll Deck 2 (No.058)
8. 5. 4.30 Counter Value (No.059)
8. 5. 4.31 Maximum Length (No.060)
8. 5. 4.32 Stacking Device setting (No.061)
8. 5. 4.33 Operation of Fuser Roller (No.062)
8. 5. 4.34 Operation of Central Fuser Fan (No.063 & 064)
8. 5. 4.35 Drum Reverse Rotation Period (No.065)
8. 5. 4.36 Operation of Separation Lamp (No.067)
8. 5. 4.37 Automatic Adjustment of Cut Length (Long print) (No.069)
8. 5. 4.38 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Plain paper / A3, 12″ & 11″) (No.070 to 075)
8. 5. 4.39 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Tracing paper / A3, 12″ & 11″) (No.076 to 081)
8. 5. 4.40 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Film / A3, 12″ & 11″) (No.082 to 087)
8. 5. 4.41 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Special plain paper / A3, 12″ & 11″) (No.088 to 093)
8. 5. 4.42 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Special tracing paper / A3, 12″ & 11″) (No.094 to 099)
8. 5. 4.43 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Special film / A3, 12″ & 11″) (No.100 to 105)
8. 5. 4.44 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Plain paper / A2, 18″ & 17″) (No.106 to 111)
8. 5. 4.45 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Tracing paper / A2, 18″ & 17″) (No.112 to 117)
8. 5. 4.46 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Film / A2, 18″ & 17″) (No.118 to 123)
8. 5. 4.47 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Special plain paper / A2, 18″ & 17″) (No.124 to 129)
8. 5. 4.48 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper Special tracing paper / A2, 18″ & 17″) (No.130 to 135)
8. 5. 4.49 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Special film / A2, 18″ & 17″) (No.136 to 141)
8. 5. 4.50 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Plain paper / A1, 24″ & 22″) (No.142 to 147)
8. 5. 4.51 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Tracing paper / A1, 24″ & 22″) (No.148 to 153)
8. 5. 4.52 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Film / A1, 24″ & 22″) (No.154 to 159)
8. 5. 4.53 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Special plain paper / A1, 24″ & 22″) (No.160 to 165)
8. 5. 4.54 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Special tracing paper / A1, 24″ & 22″) (No.166 to 171)
8. 5. 4.55 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Special film / A1, 24″ & 22″) (No.172 to 177)
8. 5. 4.56 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Plain paper / A0, 36″ & 34″) (No.178 to 183)
8. 5. 4.57 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Tracing paper / A0, 36″ & 34″) (No.184 to 189)
8. 5. 4.58 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Film / A0, 36″ & 34″) (No.190 to 195)
8. 5. 4.59 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Special plain paper / A0, 36 & 34″) (No.196 to 201)
8. 5. 4.60 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Special tracing paper / A0, 36″ & 34″) (No.202 to 207)
8. 5. 4.61 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Special film / A0, 36″ & 34″) (No.208 to 213)
8. 5. 4.62 Compensation of cut length (Deck 1 / 11″) (No.214 to 219)
8. 5. 4.63 Compensation of cut length (Deck 1 / 12″) (No.220 to 225)
8. 5. 4.64 Compensation of cut length (Deck 1 / 15″) (No.226 to 231)
8. 5. 4.65 Compensation of cut length (Deck 1 / 17″) (No.232 to 237)
8. 5. 4.66 Compensation of cut length (Deck 1 / 18″) (No.238 to 243)
8. 5. 4.67 Compensation of cut length (Deck 1 / 22″) (No.244 to 249)
8. 5. 4.68 Compensation of cut length (Deck 1 / 24″) (No.250 to 255)
8. 5. 4.69 Compensation of cut length (Deck 1 / 30″) (No.256 to 261)
8. 5. 4.70 Compensation of cut length (Deck 1 / 34″) (No.262 to 267)
8. 5. 4.71 Compensation of cut length (Deck 1 / 36″) (No.268 to 273)
8. 5. 4.72 Compensation of cut length (Deck 1 / A3) (No.274 to 279)
8. 5. 4.73 Compensation of cut length (Deck 1 / A2) (No.280 to 285)
8. 5. 4.74 Compensation of cut length (Deck 1 / A1) (No.286o 291)
8. 5. 4.75 Compensation of cut length (Deck 1 / A0) (No.292 to 297)
8. 5. 4.76 Compensation of cut length (Deck 1 / B1) (No.298 to 303)
8. 5. 4.77 Compensation of cut length (Deck 1 / 880) (No.304 to 309)
8. 5. 4.78 Main Motor Speed (No.310 to 315)
8. 5. 4.79 Fuser Motor Speed (No.316 to 321)
8. 5. 4.80 Separation Corona OFF Timing (No.322 to 327)
8. 5. 4.81 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for cut sheet paper (Plain paper / A3, A2, 12″, 11″, 18″ & 17″) (No.328 to 333)
8. 5. 4.82 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for cut sheet paper (Tracing paper / A3, A2, 12″, 11″, 18″ & 17″) (No.334 to 339)
8. 5. 4.83 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for cut sheet paper (Film / A3, A2, 12″, 11″, 18″ & 17″) (No.340 to 345)
8. 5. 4.84 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for cut sheet paper (Special plain paper / A3, A2, 12″, 11″, 18″ & 17″) (No.346 to 351)
8. 5. 4.85 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for cut sheet paper (Special tracing paper / A3, A2, 12″, 11″, 18″ & 17″) (No.352 to 357)
8. 5. 4.86 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for cut sheet paper (Special film / A3, A2, 12″, 11″, 18″ & 17″) (No.358 to 363)
8. 5. 4.87 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for cut sheet paper (Plain paper / A1, 24″ & 22″) (No.364 to 369)
8. 5. 4.88 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for cut sheet paper (Tracing paper / A1, 24″ & 22″) (No.370 to 375)
8. 5. 4.89 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for cut sheet paper (Film / A1, 24″ & 22″) (No.376 to 381)
8. 5. 4.90 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for cut sheet paper (Special plain paper / A1, 24″ & 22″) (No.382 to 387)
8. 5. 4.91 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for cut sheet paper (Special tracing paper / A1, 24″ & 22″) (No.388 to 393)
8. 5. 4.92 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for cut sheet paper (Special film / A1, 24″ & 22″) (No.394 to 399)
8. 5. 4.93 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for cut sheet paper (Plain paper / A0, 36″ & 34″) (No.400 to 405)
8. 5. 4.94 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for cut sheet paper (Tracing paper / A0, 36″ & 34″) (No.406 to 411)
8. 5. 4.95 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for cut sheet paper (Film / A0, 36″ & 34″) (No.412 to 417)
8. 5. 4.96 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for cut sheet paper (Special plain paper / A0, 36″ & 34″) (No.418 to 423)
8. 5. 4.97 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for cut sheet paper (Special tracing paper / A0, 36″ & 34″) (No.424 to 429)
8. 5. 4.98 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for cut sheet paper (Special film / A0, 36″ & 34″) (No.430 to 435)
8. 5. 4.99 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Plain paper / 30″) (No.436 to 441)
8. 5. 4.100 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Tracing paper / 30″) (No.442 to 447)
8. 5. 4.101 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Film / 30″) (No.448 to 453)
8. 5. 4.102 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Special plain paper / 30″) (No.454 to 459)
8. 5. 4.103 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Special tracing paper / 30″) (No.460 to 465)
8. 5. 4.104 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for roll paper (Special film / 30″) (No.466 to 471)
8. 5. 4.105 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for cut sheet paper (Plain paper / 30″) (No.472 to 477)
8. 5. 4.106 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for cut sheet paper (Tracing paper / 30″) (No.478 to 483)
8. 5. 4.107 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for cut sheet paper (Film / 30″) (No.484 to 489)
8. 5. 4.108 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for cut sheet paper (Special plain paper / 30″) (No.490 to 495)
8. 5. 4.109 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for cut sheet paper (Special tracing paper / 30″) (No.496 to 501)
8. 5. 4.110 Compensation of Fuser Motor Speed for cut sheet paper (Special film / 30″) (No.502 to 507)
8. 5. 4.111 Transfer Voltage applied at 100mm from trailing edge (Plain paper / Tracing paper / Film) (No.508 to 510)
8. 5. 4.112 Transfer Voltage applied at 70mm from trailing edge (Plain paper / Tracing paper / Film) (No.511 to 513) 8. 5. 4.113 Fuser Motor Speed applied at 30mm from trailing edge (Plain paper / Tracing paper / Film) (No.514 to 516)
8. 5. 4.114 Compensation of cut length (Deck 2 / 11″) (No.517 to 522)
8. 5. 4.115 Compensation of cut length (Deck 2 / 12″) (No.523 to 528)
8. 5. 4.116 Compensation of cut length (Deck 2 / 15″) (No.529 to 534)
8. 5. 4.117 Compensation of cut length (Deck 2 / 17″) (No.535 to 540)
8. 5. 4.118 Compensation of cut length (Deck 2 / 18″) (No.541 to 546)
8. 5. 4.119 Compensation of cut length (Deck 2 / 22″) (No.547 to 552)
8. 5. 4.120 Compensation of cut length (Deck 2 / 24″) (No.553 to 558)
8. 5. 4.121 Compensation of cut length (Deck 2 / 30″) (No.559 to 564)
8. 5. 4.122 Compensation of cut length (Deck 2 / 34″) (No.565 to 570)
8. 5. 4.123 Compensation of cut length (Deck 2 / 36″) (No.571 to 576)
8. 5. 4.124 Compensation of cut length (Deck 2 / A3) (No.577 to 582)
8. 5. 4.125 Compensation of cut length (Deck 2 / A2) (No.583 to 588)
8. 5. 4.126 Compensation of cut length (Deck 2 / A1) (No.589 to 594)
8. 5. 4.127 Compensation of cut length (Deck 2 / A0) (No.595 to 600)
8. 5. 4.128 Compensation of cut length (Deck 2 / B1) (No.601 to 606)
8. 5. 4.129 Compensation of cut length (Deck 2 / 880) (No.607 to 612)
8. 5. 4.130 Judgement Value for Additional Cut Length
for Non-standard Size Prints (No.613 to 616)
8. 5. 4.131 Additional Cut Length for Non-standard Size Prints (No.617 to 620)
8. 6 Running Mode
8. 6. 1 Function
8. 6. 2 Indication and Operation
8. 7 Jam/Error Mask Mode
8. 7. 1 Function
8. 7. 2 Indication and Operation
8. 8 Test Print Mode
8. 8. 1 Function
8. 8. 2 Indication and Operation
8. 8. 2. 1 Print Start Mode
8. 8. 2. 2 Deck Selection
8. 8. 2. 3 Paper Length
8. 8. 2. 4 Print Count
8. 8. 2. 5 Image Pattern
8. 8. 2. 6 Manual Type
8. 8. 2. 7 Manual Size
8. 8. 2. 8 Roll 1 Size
8. 8. 2. 9 Roll 1 Size Setting
8. 8. 2.10 Manual Size
8. 8. 2.11 Roll 2 Size Setting
8. 8. 2.12 Mirror
8. 8. 2.13 Nega/Posi
8. 8. 2.14 Scale
8. 9 Factory Adjustment Mode (Factory Use Only)
8. 9. 1 Function
8. 9. 2 Indication and Operation
8.10 Clear Mode
8.10. 1 Function
8.10. 2 Indication and Operation
8.10. 2. 1 RAM Clear Mode
8.10. 2. 2 Error Clear Mode
8.10. 2. 3 Jam History Clear Mode
8.10. 2. 4 Error History Clear Mode
8.10. 2. 5 Software Counter Setting Mode
8.10. 2. 6 Total Counter Setting Mode
8.11 User Mode
8.11. 1 Construction of the User Mode
8.11. 2 Selecting each sub mode
8.11. 3 Status Indication (Normal Mode)
8.11. 4 Deck Information Mode
8.11. 4. 1 Function
8.11. 4. 2 Indication and Operation
8.11. 5 Setting Mode 1
8.11. 5. 1 Function
8.11. 5. 2 Indication and Operation
(1) Material setting
(2) Size setting
8.11. 6 Setting Mode 2
8.11. 6. 1 Function
8.11. 6. 2 Indication and Operation
(1) Selection of each Sub Mode
(2) ON / OFF setting of Warm Sleep Mode
(3) Timer setting of Warm Sleep Mode
(4) ON / OFF setting of Cold Sleep Mode
(5) Timer setting of Cold Sleep Mode
(6) ON / OFF setting of Auto Power OFF
(7) Timer setting of Auto Power OFF
(8) Transfer Assist setting
(9) Smoothing setting
(10) Dot Enhancement ON/OFF setting
(11) Full Image Mode setting
(12) Low Temperature Mode setting
8.11. 7 Command Mode
8.11. 7. 1 Function
8.11. 7. 2 Indication and Operation
8.12 Scanner Utility
8.12. 1 Scanner Utility Installation
8.12. 1. 1 Installing USB Driver
8.12. 1. 2 Installing Scanner Utility
8.12. 2 Starting Scanner Utility
8.12. 3 Displaying Scanner Information
8.12. 4 Scanner Adjustment
8.12. 4. 1 Shading
8.12. 4. 2 Calibration
8.12. 4. 3 Feed Distance
8.12. 4. 4 Position
8.12. 5 Updating Scanner Firmware
8.13 Firmware Update(PW10522)

Chapter 9. APPENDIX

Number of pages: 710.