KIP 9000 Service Manual

Service Manual KIP 9000;
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Chapter 1. INTRODUCTION
1. 1 Features
1. 2 Specifications
1. 3 Appearance
1. 3. 1 Front view
1. 3. 2 Right side view
1. 3. 3 Rear view
1. 3. 4 Operation Panel
1. 3. 5 Media Indicators
1. 3. 6 “in use” Indicators

Chapter 2. INSTALLATION
2.1 Installation Requirement
2.2 Unpackin
2. 2. 1 Unpackin
2. 2. 2 Confirm accessorie
2.3 Level the KIP9000
2.4 Removal of Tape, Screws and Shock Absorbers
2.5 Setting up the Process Unit (LED Head, Developer & Drum)
2.6 Installing the Monitor
2.7 Installing the Controller
2.8 Installing the Toner Cartridge
2.9 Loading Media into the Roll Decks
2. 9. 1 Roll 1, 2 and 3
2. 9. 2 Roll 4
2.10 Installing the Cut Sheet Tray
2.11 Turning on the KIP9000
2.12 Supplying Toner into Developer Unit

Chapter 3. PRINT PROCESS
3. 1 Characteristic of Toner
3. 2 Print Processes
3. 2. 1 Erasing
3. 2. 2 Drum Cleaning
3. 2. 3 Charge of Drum
3. 2. 4 Exposure
3. 2. 5 Development
3. 2. 6 Pre-transfer LED
3. 2. 7 Transfer
3. 2. 8 Separation
3. 2. 9 Fusing
3. 3 Controlling the Movement of Toner in the Developer Unit
3. 4 Toner Collection Process
3. 5 Automatic Controls
3. 5. 1 Auto Density Control
3. 5. 1. 1 Density Lock
3. 5. 1. 2 Auto Density Control
3. 5. 2 Auto SP Control

Chapter 4. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
4. 1 Summary
4. 2 Location of Electrical Components
4. 2. 1 Printed Circuit Board
4. 2. 2 High Voltage Power Supplies & Transformer
4. 2. 3 DC Power Supplies
4. 2. 4 Motors
4. 2. 5 Blowers & Fans
4. 2. 6 Clutches & Brakes
4. 2. 7 Solenoids
4. 2. 8 Heaters & SSR
4. 2. 9 Terminal Block, Switches, Breaker & Counters
4. 2.10 Relays
4. 2.11 Micro Switches
4. 2.12 Paper Sensors, Thermistor, Thermostat, Toner Sensors & SPS
4. 2.13 Sensors in Roll Decks
4. 2.14 Sensors in Bypass Feeder
4. 2.15 Fuses
4. 3 Checking & Adjustment of Analog Output from HVP & BIAS
4. 3. 1 Situations necessary to check the analog output
4. 3. 2 Checking & Adjustment of HVP1 (Image Corona)
4. 3. 3 Checking & Adjustment of HVP3 (Transfer Corona)
4. 3. 4 Checking & Adjustment of HVP4 (Separation Corona)
4. 3. 5 Checking & Adjustment of HVP5 (Cleaning Roller)
4. 3. 6 Checking & Adjustment of HVP6 (Grid Plate of Image Corona)
4. 3. 7 Checking & Adjustment of BIAS (For Developer Unit)
4. 3. 7. 1 Negative Developer Bias adjustment (Print Cycle)
(1) Negative Developer Bias for Development Roller
(2) Negative Developer Bias for Toner Supply Roller
(3) Negative Developer Bias for Regulation Roller (Center)
(4) Negative Developer Bias for Regulation Roller (Side)
4. 3. 7. 2 Positive Developer Bias adjustment (Toner Collection Process)
(1) Positive Developer Bias for Development Roller
(2) Positive Developer Bias for Toner Supply Roller
(3) Positive Developer Bias for Regulation Roller (Center)
(4) Positive Developer Bias for Regulation Roller (Side)
4. 4 Compensation of Analog Outputs by Service Mode
(Necessary after replacing the DCP2)
4. 5 Location of Connectors
4. 5. 1 Process Unit
4. 5. 2 Base of machine
4. 5. 3 Back of machine
4. 5. 4 Top of machine
4. 5. 5 Left side of machine
4. 5. 6 Right side of machine
4. 5. 7 Bypass Feeder Unit
4. 5. 8 Top Drawer Unit
4. 5. 9 Middle Drawer Unit
4. 5.10 Bottom Drawer Unit

Chapter 5. MECHANICAL SYSTEMS
5.1 Process Unit
5.1.1 Drawing out the Process Unit
5.1.2 Removing Image Corona, Drum Assembly, Toner Hopper & Developer Unit
5.1.3 Replacing Eraser Lamp A & B
5.1.4 Replacing Separation Assist Blowers (BL12 to BL16)
5.1.5 Replacing Developer Unit Position Sensor (PH25)
5.2 Image Corona
5.2.1 Replacing each Periodical Replacement Part of the Image C
(Corona Wire 1 Assembly, Grid Plate & Wire Cleaning Units)
5.2.2 Replacing Wire Cleaning Motor (M9)
5.3 Drum Assembly
5.3.1 Replacing each Periodical Replacement Part of the Drum Ass
(Photo Conductive Drum & 178T Gear)
5.4 Toner Hopper
5.4.1 Replacing Hopper Toner Sensor (TLS1)
5.5 Developer Unit
5.5.1 Replacing each Periodical Replacement Part of the Developer Unit
5.5.2 Replacing Toner Sensor (Illuminator)
5.5.3 Replacing Toner Sensor (Receiver)
5.6 Cutter Unit
5.6.1 Removing Cutter Unit
5.6.2 Replacing Cutter Oil Supply Solenoid (SL2)
5.6.3 Lubrication / Replacement of Stay Assembly
5.6.4 Adjusting Home Position of Cutter Blade
5.6.5 Adjusting angle of Cutter Unit
5.7 Fuser
5.7.1 Removing Fuser Unit
5.7.2 Replacing IR Lamps & Fuser Roller
5.7.3 Replacing Pressure Roller
5.7.4 Replacing Exhaust Blowers (BL2 & BL3)
5.7.5 Replacing Thermistor
5.7.6 Replacing Thermostat
5.7.7 Replacing Stripper Finger Assemblies
5.7.8 Replacing Separation Fingers
5.7.9 Replacing Exit Sensor (LS2)
5.7.10 Replacing Pressure Blowers (BL4 to BL7)
5.8 Roll Decks
5.8.1 Removing each Roll Deck
5.8.2 Replacing Bypass Feed Clutch (M Roll Deck 1 Feed Clutch (MC8) (1st Roll Deck)
5.8.3 Replacing Roll Set Sensor 1 (PH1), Paper Size Sensors (PH5A to PH1 Bypass Start Sensor (PH20) (1st deck)
5.8.4 Replacing Roll Set Sensor 2 (P Paper Size Sensors (PH5B to PH11B) (2nd deck)
5.8.5 Replacing Roll Set Sensor 3 (P Paper Size Sensors (PH5C to PH11C) (3rd deck)
5.8.6 Replacing Roll Set Sensor 4 (P Paper Size Sensors (PH5D to PH11D) (4th deck)
5.8.7 Replacing Paper Feed Clock Sensors (PH13 to PH16) (Common for all decks)
5.8.8 Replacing 501-3M Belt (Common for all decks)
5.8.9 Replacing Dehumidify Heaters (1st & 2nd decks)
5.8.10 Replacing Dehumidify Heaters (3rd & 4th decks)
5.8.11 Replacing Spool Brake
5.9 Bypass Feeder
5.9.1 Removing Bypass Feeder Unit
5.9.2 Replacing Bypass Reversal Roller Down Solenoid (SL4)
5.9.3 Replacing Cut Sheet Set Sensor (PH Cut Sheet Size Sensors (PH32 to PH37)
5.9.4 Replacing Bypass Feeding Roller Down Solenoid (SL3)
5.10 Internal Transportation Unit
5.10.1 Replacing Belt 2
5.10.2 Replacing Separation Sensor (PH18)
5.10.3 Removing Internal Transportation Unit
5.11 Transfer / Separation Corona
5.11.1 Removing Transfer / Separation Corona
5.11.2 Replacing Corona Wire 2 Assemblies
5.11.3 Replacing Mylar
5.11.4 Adjustment of gap between Drum & Corona Housing 5
5.12 LED Head
5.12.1 Removing LED Head
5.12.2 Replacing Pad Assembly 2
5.12.3 Replacing LED Cleaning Motor (M8)
5.13 Main Frame
5.13.1 Replacing Drum Motor (M1) & Timing Belt 565-5GT-40
5.13.2 Replacing Paper Feed Motor (M2)
5.13.3 Replacing Fuser Motor (M5)
5.13.4 Replacing Developer Positioning Motor (M4)
5.13.5 Replacing Cutter Motor (M3), Cutter Home Position Sensor (PH Internal Transportation Unit Set Sensor (PH24)
5.13.6 Replacing Bypass Feeding Motor (M10)
5.13.7 Replacing Toner Supply Motor 2 (M6)
5.13.8 Replacing Paper Gate Clutch (MC5) & Paper Gate Brake (MC10)
5.13.9 Replacing Paper Feed Clutch (MC6) & Paper Feed Brake (MC9)
5.13.10 Replacing Roll Paper Feed Clutches (MC1 to MC4)
5.13.11 Replacing SSR1 and SSR2
5.13.12 Replacing LED Cooling Fans (BL8 to BL11)
5.13.13 Replacing Leading Edge Sensor (PH12)
5.13.14 Replacing Pre-transfer LED
5.13.15 Adjustment of gap between Drum & Transfer Guide Plate
5.13.16 Replacing Ozone Filters
5.13.17 Replacing Separation Fan (BL1)
5.14 Toner Cartridge Driving Part
5.14.1 Replacing Transmission PCB (PW7750) & Receiver PCB (PW7751)
5.14.2 Replacing Toner Supply Motor 1 (M7) & Toner Supply Clutch (MC11)
5.15 Web (Option)
5.15.1 Replacement of Web Roll
5.15. 2 Installation of Web Kit

Chapter 6. MAINTENANCE / CHEKING

Chapter 7. TROUBLESHOOTING
7. 1 Error Codes
7. 1. 1 Door Open Errors
7. 1. 2 Operator Call Errors
7. 1. 3 Service Call Errors
7. 2 Measures against Errors
7. 2. 1 Measures against Door Open Errors
7. 2. 1. 1 “U-01” Top Roll Deck Open
7. 2. 1. 2 “U-02” Middle Roll Deck Open
7. 2. 1. 3 “U-03” Bottom Roll Deck Open
7. 2. 1. 4 “U-04” Internal Transportation Unit Open
7. 2. 1. 5 “U-06” Toner Cover Open
7. 2. 1. 6 “U-11” Bypass Feeder Open
7. 2. 1. 7 “U-12” Right Side Door Open
7. 2. 1. 8 “U-13” Top Rear Cover Open
7. 2. 1. 9 “U-14” Exit Cover Open
7. 2. 2 Measures against Operator Call Errors
7. 2. 2. 1 “J-01” Roll 1 Jam
7. 2. 2. 2 “J-02” Roll 2 Jam
7. 2. 2. 3 “J-03” Roll 3 Jam
7. 2. 2. 4 “J-04” Roll 4 Jam
7. 2. 2. 5 “J-05” Bypass Feeder Jam
7. 2. 2. 6 “J-11” Cutter – Drum Area Jam
7. 2. 2. 7 “J-12” Separation Area Jam
7. 2. 2. 8 “J-13” Fuser Entrance Jam
7. 2. 2. 9 “J-14” Fuser Inside Jam
7. 2. 2.10 Toner Empty
7. 2. 2.11 Roll Empty
7. 2. 3 Measures against Service Call Errors
7. 2. 3. 1 “E-01” Fuser Temperature Rising Error
7. 2. 3. 2 “E-02” Fuser Over-heating Error
7. 2. 3. 3 “E-05” Drum Motor Error
7. 2. 3. 4 “E-06” Counter A/B Error
7. 2. 3. 5 “E-07” Cutter Motor Error
7. 2. 3. 6 “E-09” Web End Error
7. 2. 3. 7 “E-13” Paper Feed Motor Error
7. 2. 3. 8 “E-14” Fuser Motor Error
7. 2. 3. 9 “E-16” Wire Cleaning Error
7. 2. 3.10 “E-21” Fuser Thermostat Error
7. 2. 3.11 “E-23” LED Head Cleaning Error
7. 2. 3.12 “E-26” Surface Potential Control Error
7. 2. 3.13 “E-27” Density Sensor Error
7. 2. 3.14 “E-28” Density Control Error
7. 2. 3.15 “E-30” Developer Disconnection Error
7. 2. 3.16 “E-43” RFID (IC Tag) Error
7. 2. 3.17 “E-49” Developer Positioning Motor Error
7. 2. 3.18 “E-F0” Folder Error
7. 2. 3.19 “E-Fb” Flash ROM Error
7. 2. 3.20 “C-01” Toner Cartridge Error
7. 3 Measures against Image Defects
7. 3. 1 Standard settings of image process items
7. 3. 2 Measures against each image defect
7. 3. 2. 1 Halftone is too light
7. 3. 2. 2 Halftone and solid black are too light
7. 3. 2. 3 Every image is too light
7. 3. 2. 4 Uneven density between left and right
7. 3. 2. 5 Foggy background
7. 3. 2. 6 Foggy thick black lines (from LE to TE)
7. 3. 2. 7 Clear thin black line (from LE to TE)
7. 3. 2. 8 White lines (from LE to TE)
7. 3. 2. 9 Image void
7. 3. 2.10 Dirt on the backside
7. 3. 2.11 Offset print
7. 3. 2.12 Weak fusing
7. 3. 2.13 Leading margin defect (No leading margin)
7. 3. 2.14 Jitter
7. 3. 2.15 Unsharpened image (Focus defect)
7. 3. 2.16 Uneven density between front and rear
7. 3. 2.17 Completely white
7. 3. 2.18 Completely black

Chapter 8. SERVICE
8. 1 Service Mode
8. 1. 1 General operation of Service Mode
8. 1. 1. 1 Entering Service Mode
8. 1. 1. 2 Selecting each Sub Mode
8. 1. 1. 3 Cancelling the Service Mode
8. 1. 2 Input Output Checking Mode (Sub Mode 1)
8. 1. 2. 1 Function
8. 1. 2. 2 Indication on the Operation panel
8. 1. 2. 3 Operation
8. 1. 2. 4 Signal code list
8. 1. 3 Data Monitoring Mode (Sub Mode 2)
8. 1. 3. 1 Function
8. 1. 3. 2 Indication on the Operation panel
8. 1. 3. 2 Operation
8. 1. 3. 4 Description of each Data
(1) Fuser Temperature (00)
(2) Input from Paper Size Sensors (01 to 04)
(3) Input from Cut Sheet Size Sensors (05)
(4) Roll remaining level (06 to 09)
(5) Humidity of inside the machine (0A)
(6) Input Voltage from Humidity Sensor (0b)
(7) Drum Surface Potential (0C)
(8) Input Voltage from SPS (0d)
(9) Temperature of inside the machine (0E)
(10) Toner remaining level Data (10 to 12)
8. 1. 4 Function Checking Mode (Sub Mode 3)
8. 1. 4. 1 Function
8. 1. 4. 2 Indication on the Operation panel
8. 1. 4. 3 Operation
8. 1. 5 Adjustment Mode 0 (Sub Mode 4)
8. 1. 5. 1 Function
8. 1. 5. 2 Indication on the Operation panel
8. 1. 5. 3 Operation
8. 1. 5. 4 Setting item list
8. 1. 5. 5 Description of each setting item
(1) Metric or Inch (No.00)
(2) Operation of Interface (No.01)
(3) Maximum cut length (No.02)
(4) Trailing margin of long print (No.03)
(5) Special paper size (No.04)
(6) Counting unit of Counter A (No.05)
(7) Counting unit of Counter B (No.06)
(8) Operation of Dehumidify Heater (No.07)
(9) Cut length of user Test Print (No.08)
(10) Standard / Special Setting Value Changing (No.09 to 0b)
(11) Cold Sleep ON/OFF (No.0C)
(12) Compensation of Analog Outputs (No.0d)
(13) Fusing temperature (No.10 to 12)
(14) LED strobe time (No.13)
(15) Pre-Transfer Separation Corona OFF timing (PPC) (No.15)
(16) Pre-Transfer LED ON / OFF (No.16)
(17) Separation Lamp ON / OFF (PPC) (No.17)
(18) Separation Lamp ON / OFF (Tracing) (No.18)
(19) Developer Bias (applied Auto Density Control is set to OFF) (No.19)
(20) Current setting for the Image Corona Wire (No.1A)
(21) Current setting for the Grid (applied when Auto SP Control is set to OFF) (No.1b)
(22) Current setting for the Transfer Corona Wire (No.1C to 1E)
(23) Separation Corona DC component (No.1F to 21)
(24) Paper Feed Motor Speed (No.22 to 26)
(25) Fuser Motor Speed (Bypass feed) (No.27 to 32)
(26) Fuser Motor Speed (Roll 1) (No.33 to 54)
(27) Fuser Motor Speed (Roll 2) (No.55 to 76)
(28) Fuser Motor Speed (Roll 3) (No.77 to 98)
(29) Fuser Motor Speed (Roll 4) (No.99 to bA)
(30) Image placement (For 2nd and later prints) (No.bb)
(31) Paper Feed Clutch (MC6) ON timing (No.bC)
(32) Roll Paper Feed Clutches (MC1 to MC4 Bypass Feed Clutch (MC7) ON timing (No.bd)
(33) Paper Gate Brake (MC10) ON timing (No.bE)
(34) Sub Separation Blower ON / OFF (No. BF to C1)
(35) TE Margin Compensation (No. C2 to C5)
(36) Separation Lamp ON / OFF (Film) (No.C6)
(37) Image Enhancement Mode Selection (No.C7)
(38) Pre-Transfer LED / Separation C OFF timing (Tracing) (No.C8)
(39) Pre-Transfer LED / Separation C OFF timing (Film) (No.C9)
(40) Image Enhancement Level for single pixel (No.CD)
(41) Image Enhancement Level (No. CE) (applied IE Mode is OFF, or IE Category is “A1” in any IE Mode)
(42) Image Enhancement Level (No. CF t (applied when IE Mode is “low”)
(43) Image Enhancement Level (No. d8 t (applied when IE Mode is “medium”)
(44) Image Enhancement Level (No. E1 t (applied when IE Mode is “high”)
(45) LED Gumma setting (No.EA to EC)
8. 1. 6 Adjustment Mode 1 (Sub Mode 5)
8. 1. 6. 1 Function
8. 1. 6. 2 Indication on the Operation panel
8. 1. 6. 3 Operation
8. 1. 6. 4 Setting item list
8. 1. 6. 5 Description of each setting item
(1) Image placement for cut sheet media (No.00 to 0b)
(2) Image placement for Roll 1 (No.0C to 17)
(3) Image placement for Roll 2 (No.18 to 23)
(4) Image placement for Roll 3 (No.24 to 2F)
(5) Image placement for Roll 4 (No.30 to 3b)
(6) TE margin for Roll 1 (No.3C to 47)
(7) TE margin for Roll 2 (No.48 to 53)
(8) TE margin for Roll 3 (No.54 to 5F)
(9) TE margin for Roll 4 (No.60 to 6b)
(10) Length of image for Roll 1 (No.6C to 77)
(11) Length of image for Roll 2 (No.78 to 83)
(12) Length of image for Roll 3 (No.84 to 8F)
(13) Length of image for Roll 4 (No.90 to 9b)
(14) TE margin for cut sheet media (Large) (No.9C)
(15) Web operation mode (No.9d)
(16) Web operation time (No.9E to A0)
(17) Web thickness (No.A1)
(18) Auto SP Control ON/OFF (No.A2)
(19) Target Surface Potential (No.A3 to A8)
(20) Acceptable potential range for Auto SP Control (No.A9)
(21) Auto Density Control ON/OFF (error check level) (No.AA)
(22) Compensation of Target Density (No.Ab)
(23) Minimum voltage gap between SP and Bias (No.AC)
8. 1. 7 Running Mode (Sub Mode 6 : Do not operate)
8. 1. 7. 1 Function
8. 1. 8 Error Mask Mode (Sub Mode 7)
8. 1. 8. 1 Function
8. 1. 8. 2 Indication on the Operation panel
8. 1. 8. 3 Operation
8. 1. 9 Test Print Mode (Sub Mode 8)
8. 1. 8. 1 Function
8. 1. 8. 2 Indication on the Operation panel
8. 1. 8. 3 Operation
8. 1. 8. 4 Description of each Setting Mode
(1) Print Start Mode (Sub Mode No.0)
(2) Print Number Setting Mode (Sub Mode No.1)
(3) Test Pattern Selection Mode (Sub Mode No.2)
(4) Media Source Selection Mode (Sub Mode No.3)
(5) Cut Length Selection Mode (Sub Mode No.4)
(6) Media Type Selection Mode : Bypass Feed
(Sub Mode No.5)
(7) Interval Print Mode (Sub Mode No.6)
(8) Negative Mode (Sub Mode No.7)
(9) Mirror Mode (Sub Mode No.8)
8. 1.10 Special Operation Mode (Sub Mode 9)
8. 1.10. 1 Function
8. 1.10. 2 Indication of the Operation Panel
8. 1.10. 3 Operation/description of each item
(1) How to select each item
(2) Image Corona Wire Cleaning Mode (Item No.00)
(3) Cutter Cleaning Mode (Item No.01)
(4) LED Head Cleaning Mode (Item No.02)
(5) Image Corona Adjustment Mode (Item No.03)
(6) Pre-Transfer LED Adjustment Mode (Item No.04)
(7) Transfer Corona Adjustment Mode (Item No.05)
(8) Separation Corona Adjustment Mode (Item No.06)
(9) Positive Developer Bias Adjustment
(Toner Collection Process) (Item No.07)
(10) Negative Developer Bias Adjustment
(Print Process) (Item No.08)
(11) Toner Supplying Mode (Item No.09)
(12) Surface Potential Control M
Manual execution of control (Sub Mode 0A)
(13) Density Lock Mode : Setting of Target Density (0b)
(14) Density Control Mode : Manual execution of control (0C)
8. 1.11 Special Setting Mode (Sub Mode A)
8. 1.11. 1 Function
8. 1.11. 2 Indication of the Operation Panel
8. 1.11. 3 Operation/description of each item
(1) Backup Data Clearing Mode (Item No.0)
(2) Software Counter Setting Modes (Item No. from 1 to 4)
(3) Print interval for continuous long printing (Item No.5)
(4) Key Card Setting Mode (Item No.6)
(5) Folder Selection Mode (Item No.7)
8. 2 User Modes
8. 2. 1 User Mode 1 (Test Print)
8. 2. 2 User Mode 2 (Calendar setting)
8. 2. 3 User Mode 3 (Warm Sleep Mode ON / OFF & timer setting)
8. 2. 4 User Mode 4 (Cold Sleep Mode timer setting)
8. 2. 5 User Mode 5 (Automatic paper cut at power ON)
8. 2. 6 User Mode 6 (Transfer Support LED ON/OFF [Film])
8. 2. 7 User Mode 7 (Alarm ON / OFF)
8. 2. 8 User Mode 8 (Choice of Standard / Special Print Mode [Plain paper])
8. 2. 9 User Mode 9 (Choice of Standard / Special Print Mode [Tracing paper])
8. 2.10 User Mode A (Choice of Standard / Special Print Mode [Film])
8. 2.11 User Mode B (Selection of Image Enhancement Mode)
8. 2.12 User Mode C (Print on TE margin area)
8. 2.13 User Mode D (Auto SP Control ON/
Temporal clearance of E-26 error)
8. 2.14 User Mode E (Auto Density Control ON/
Temporal clearance of E-28 error)
8. 2.15 User Mode F0 to Fb (Fold settings for Bay Folder)
8. 3 KIP Diagnostics (Program used on field service)
8. 3. 1 Having a communication between KIP Diagno
on service laptop (PC) and KIP9000
8. 3. 2 Outline of Tabs on KIP Diagnostics
8. 3. 3 Description of each Tab
8. 3. 3. 1 Basic Information Tab
8. 3. 3. 2 Display Tab
8. 3. 3. 3 Setting Tab
(1) Changing the setting value of each Item Number
(2) Saving all present settings in Backup RAM file (Download)
(3) Uploading the Backup RAM file to KIP9000
8. 3. 3. 4 History Tab
(1) Clearance of error / jam histories
8. 3. 3. 5 Upload ROM Data Tab
(1) Update of firmware
8. 3. 3. 6 Test Print Tab
8. 3. 4 Description of Menu Bar and Tool Bar
8. 3. 4. 1 File
8. 3. 4. 2 Setting
8. 3. 4. 3 Tool
8. 3. 4. 4 Help
8. 3. 4. 5 Tool bar

Number of pages: 761.