KIP 940 Service Manual and Parts List Manual

Service Manual and Parts List Manual KIP 940;
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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. 4 Specifications for the Printing Paper
1. 4. 1 Papers not available to use
1. 4. 2 Keeping the paper in the custody
1. 4. 3 Treatment against environmental condition

2) INSTALLATION
2. 1 Installation Requirements
2. 2 Unpacking
2. 2. 1 Unpacking
2. 2. 2 Confirmation of accessories
2. 3 Removing the Panel
2. 4 Installing the Monitor
2. 5 Leveling the KIP 940
2. 6 Routing the LAN Cable
2. 7 Removing Tapes, Shock Absorbers and Screws
2. 8 Setting up the Process Unit (Developer, Cleaner, Drum)
2. 8. 1 Setting up the Developer Unit
2. 8. 2 Applying the toner to the Cleaning Blade
2. 8. 3 Installing the Drum
2. 8. 4 Installing the Toner Cartridge
2. 9 Installing the Web Cleaner
2.10 Reconfirmation of Level
2.11 Installing the Bypass Feeder Tray
2.12 Installing the Guide L & Guide R
2.13 Printer Setting
2.14 Setting Auto Density Control to “[1] (auto standard)”
2.15 Executing Auto Adjustment
2.16 Confirmation & Touch-up for LED Head Joint
2.16. 1 Confirmation of LED Head Joint
2.16. 2 Touch-up for LED Head Joint
2.17 Confirmation & Touch-up for Color Registration
2.17. 1 Confirmation of Color Registration
2.17. 2 Touch-up for Color Registration
2.18 Confirm LED Head Joint Control is set to “[1] manual”
2.19 Count Unit Setting

3) PRINT PROCESS & CONTROL
3. 1 General Outline of the Print Process
3. 1. 1 Characteristic of toner
3. 1. 2 Overall flow of print process
3. 2 Description of Each Step of Print Process
3. 2. 1 Cutting the media
3. 2. 2 Tightening the media (long print only)
3. 2. 3 Media Charging
3. 2. 4 Erasing
3. 2. 5 Drum charging
3. 2. 6 Exposure
3. 2. 7 Development
3. 2. 8 Transfer of toner image onto media
3. 2. 9 Separation of media
3.2.10 Fusing
3. 2.11 Drum cleaning
3. 2.12 Belt cleaning
3. 3 Controlling the movement of toner in the Developer Unit
3. 4 Automatic Controls
3. 4. 1 Density Control
3. 4. 2 Automatic Transfer Roller Voltage Adjustment

4) ELECTRICAL
4. 1 General Information
4. 2 Electrical Components Location
4. 2. 1 Front Side
4. 2. 2 Rear Side
4. 2. 3 Right Side
4. 2. 4 Left Side
4. 2. 5 Inside
4. 2. 6 Belt Unit
4. 2. 7 Process Unit
4. 2. 8 Developer Unit
4. 2. 9 Lower Feeder Unit
4. 2.10 Fuser Unit
4. 2.11 Roll Deck
4. 2.12 LED Head
4. 2.13 Multi Tray Unit
4. 3 Check & Adjustment of HV Power Supply
4. 3. 1 Image Corona
4. 3. 1. 1 Output voltage to Image Corona
4. 3. 1. 2 Analog voltage to Image Corona
4. 3. 2 Grid Plate
4. 3. 2. 1 Output voltage to Grid Plate
4. 3. 2. 2 Analog voltage to Grid Plate
4. 3. 3 Transfer Roller
4. 3. 3. 1 Output voltage to Transfer Roller (Confirmation of Target Current)
4. 3. 3. 2 Analog voltage to Transfer Roller
4. 3. 4 Developer Bias
4. 3. 4. 1 Output voltage to Developer Roller
4. 3. 4. 2 Analog voltage to Developer Roller
4. 3. 5 Voltage gap between Developer Roller & Toner Supply Roller
4. 3. 6 Voltage gap between Developer Roller & Blade Roller
4. 3. 7 Media Charge Roller
4. 3. 7. 1 Output voltage to Media Charge Roller
4. 3. 7. 2 Analog voltage to Media Charge Roller

5) MECHANICAL
5. 1 Outer Cover
5. 1. 1 Removing Right Side Cover
5. 1. 2 Removing Left Side Door / Frame
5. 1. 3 Removing Top Cover
5. 2 Process Unit
5. 2. 1 Drawing Process Unit
5. 2. 2 Removing Drum and Cleaner Unit
5. 2. 3 Removing Developer Unit
5. 2. 4 Removing 1st Charging Unit
5. 3 Drum & Drum Cleaner Unit
5. 3. 1 Recommended Periodic Replacement
5. 4 Developer Unit
5. 4. 1 Recommended Periodic Replacement
5. 5 1st Charging Unit
5. 5. 1 Recommended Periodic Replacement
5. 6 Fuser Unit
5. 6. 1 Recommended Periodic Replacement
5. 6. 2 Removing Fuser Unit
5. 6. 3 Replacing Web Cleaner
5. 7 Filter
5. 7. 1 Replacing Filter
5. 8 Belt Unit
5. 8. 1 Replacing BC Blade
5. 8. 2 Replacing Belt
5. 9 Roll Deck
5. 9. 1 Removing Roll Deck
5. 10 Inner Feeder Unit
5. 10. 1 Removing Inner Feeder Unit
5. 11 Cutter Unit
5. 11. 1 Removing Cutter Unit
5. 12 LED Head
5. 12. 1 Removing LED Head
5. 12. 2 Replacing LED Head Lock mechanism

6) MAINTENANCE
6. 1 Recommended Periodic Replacement Parts
6. 2 Periodical Maintenance
6. 2. 1 Cleaning of Developer Roller
6. 3 Recommended Service Tools & Devices
6. 4 Internal Battery in Embedded Controller
6. 5 Disposal of machine

7) TROUBLESHOOTING
7. 1 Operator Call Error
7. 1. 1 Clearing Door Open Error
Deck 1 Open
Deck 2 Open
Deck 3 Open
Cutter cover of deck 1 open
Cutter cover of deck 2 open
Cutter cover of deck 3 open
By-Pass Part Open
Left Side Cover Open
Belt Unit 1 Open
Paper Exit Door Open
Open Process Unit 1
Open Process Unit 2
Open Process Unit 3
Open Process Unit 4
7. 1. 2 Clearing Jam Error
0000002 Jam at Paper Deck 1
0000004 Jam at Paper Deck 2
0000008 Jam at Paper Deck 3
0000001 By-Pass Part Feeder Jam
00000100 Middle Paper Feed Jam
00000100 Registration Part Jam
01000000 Fuser unit Jam
02000000 Exit Part Jam 3
10000000 Stacker Jam
7. 1. 3 Other Operator Call Error
No toner for Process 1
No toner for Process 2
No toner for Process 3
No toner for Process 4
Out of Paper
Wasted toner box full
Wasted toner box not set
7. 2 Service Call Error
7. 2. 1 Clearing Service Call Error
E-0111 Cutter 1 Error
E-0112 Cutter 2 Error
E-0113 Cutter 3 Error
E-0301 Process 1 Developer Set Motor Error
E-0302 Process 1 Developer Drum Motor Error
E-0320 Abnormal output of Process 1 1st Charger
E-0321 Abnormal output of Process 1 Transfer Charger
E-0323 Abnormal output of Process 1 Developer Bias
E-0330 Process 1 LED Printhead 1 Error
E-0331 Process 1 LED Printhead 2 Error
E-0332 Process 1 LED Printhead 3 Error
E-0336 Process 1 Density Compensation Error
E-0340 Process 1 Wire Cleaning Error
E-0401 Process 2 Developer set Motor Error
E-0402 Process 2 Developer Drum Motor Error
E-0420 Abnormal output of Process 2 1st Charger
E-0421 Abnormal output of Process 2 Transfer Charger
E-0423 Abnormal output of Process 2 Developer Bias
E-0430 Process 2 LED Printhead 1 Error
E-0431 Process 2 LED Printhead 2 Error
E-0432 Process 2 LED Printhead 3 Error
E-0436 Process 2 Density Compensation Error
E-0440 Process 2 Wire Cleaning Error
E-0501 Process 3 Developer set Motor Error
E-0502 Process 3 Developer Drum Motor Error
E-0520 Abnormal output of Process 3 1st Charger
E-0521 Abnormal output of Process 3 Transfer Charger
E-0523 Abnormal output of Process 3 Developer Bias
E-0530 Process 3 LED Printhead 1 Error
E-0531 Process 3 LED Printhead 2 Error
E-0532 Process 3 LED Printhead 3 Error
E-0536 Process 3 Density Compensation Error
E-0540 Process 3 Wire Cleaning Error
E-0601 Process 4 Developer set Motor Error
E-0602 Process 4 Developer Drum Motor Error
E-0620 Abnormal output of Process 4 1st Charger
E-0621 Abnormal output of Process 4 Transfer Charger
E-0623 Abnormal output of Process 4 Developer Bias
E-0630 Process 4 LED Printhead 1 Error
E-0631 Process 4 LED Printhead 2 Error
E-0632 Process 4 LED Printhead 3 Error
E-0636 Process 4 Density Compensation Error
E-0640 Process 4 Wire Cleaning Error
E-0710 Adsorption Roller set Motor Error
E-0711 Transfer Roller set Motor 1 Error
E-0712 Transfer Roller set Motor 2 Error
E-0721 KTS Belt Skew Error (left side)
E-0722 KTS Belt Skew Error (right side)
E-0900 Fuser Low-Temp Error
E-0901 Fuser Over-Temp Error
E-0902 Out of Web Error
E-0903 Fuser Thermostat Error
E-0A03 Flash Memory Error
E-0A20 Main Board Error
E-0A21 Main Board Memory Error
E-0C01 Density Sensor 1 Adjustment Error
E-0C11 Color Sensor 1 Adjustment Error
E-0C12 Color Sensor 2 Adjustment Error
E-0C13 Color Sensor 3 Adjustment Error
E-0C14 Color Sensor 4 Adjustment Error
E-0C21 LED Printhead Skew Adjustment Sampling Error
E-0C22 LED Printhead Vertical Position Adjustment Sampling Error
E-0C23 LED Printhead Horizontal Position Adjustment Sampling Error
E-0C24 Color Registration Vertical adjustment Sampling Error
E-0C25 Color Registration Horizontal adjustment Sampling Error
E-0C27 Cut Length Adjustment Sampling Error
E-0D01 Cooling Fan 1 Error
E-0D02 Cooling Fan 2 Error
E-0D03 Cooling Fan 3 Error
E-0D04 Cooling Fan 4 Error
E-0D05 DCP Cooling Fan 1 Error
E-0D06 DCP Cooling Fan 2 Error
E-0D07 Controller Cooling Fan 1 Error
E-0D08 Controller Cooling Fan 2 Error
E-0D09 Fuser Blower 1 Error
E-0D0A Fuser Blower 2 Error
7. 2. 2 Occurrence Condition of Service Call Error
7. 3 Troubleshooting – Image Quality
7. 3. 1 Basic Image Adjustment
7. 3. 2 Cause of Frequent Image Problem
7. 3. 3 Countermeasures – Image Quality
7. 3. 3. 1 Halftone is light (or dark)
7. 3. 3. 2 Halftone and solid images are too light
7. 3. 3. 3 Density is uneven
7. 3. 3. 4 Totally appeared foggy image
7. 3. 3. 5 Vertical thick line that looks not clear
7. 3. 3. 6 Vertical thin line that looks clear
7. 3. 3. 7 Vertical white line
7. 3. 3. 8 Void of image
7. 3. 3. 9 Dirt on the back of the print
7. 3. 3.10 Poor fusing
7. 3. 3.11 Complete white (No image)
7. 3. 3.12 Blur on dark image
7. 3 3.13 Complete solid image like “all black”

8) MAINTENANCE GUI
8. 1 Maintenance GUI Overview1
8. 1. 1 Launching Maintenance GUI
8. 1. 2 Closing Maintenance GUI
8. 1. 3 Update of Maintenance GUI
8. 2 Image Print
8. 2. 1 Operation procedure of test printing
8. 3 Auto Adjustment
8. 3. 1 Density Sensor Adjust for Density
8. 3. 2 Renew Target Density
8. 3. 3 Manual Density Adjust
8. 3. 4 Auto Color Sensor Adjust
8. 3. 5 LED Block deskew
8. 3. 6 LED Block Adjust (Hor. & Ver.)
8. 3. 7 Color Regist (Hor. & Ver.)
8. 3. 8 Cut Length
8. 4 Backup Data
8. 4. 1 Operations in Backup Data
8. 4. 1. 1 Change and save of the setting values
8. 4. 1. 2 Saving all parameter values into a zip file for backing up (Export)
8. 4. 1. 3 Loading the backed up zip file to printer (Import)
8. 4. 2 Backup Data Items List
8. 4. 3 Description of each Backup Data item
8. 4. 3. 1 Max. print length (BUD No.0)
8. 4. 3. 2 Add LongPrint margin (BUD No.1)
8. 4. 3. 3 CounterA unit:Color (BUD No.2)
8. 4. 3. 4 CounterB unit:Mono (BUD No.3)
8. 4. 3. 5 Web feed:In print (BUD No.5)
8. 4. 3. 6 Web feed:Print end (BUD No.6)
8. 4. 3. 7 Fuser tension gain (BUD No.19)
8. 4. 3. 8 F-TensionOffsetDelay (BUD No.20)
8. 4. 3. 9 Fuser tension target (BUD No.21)
8. 4. 3.10 Fuser tension:00-19 (BUD No.22-41)
8. 4. 3.11 Fuser tension:long (BUD No.42)
8. 4. 3.12 F-TensionTarget:long (BUD No.43)
8. 4. 3.13 Lower Tension target (BUD No.44)
8. 4. 3.14 Lower Tension gain (BUD No.45)
8. 4. 3.15 CMY FeedAssist:mono (BUD No.46)
8. 4. 3.16 Enable stacker (BUD No.48)
8. 4. 3.17 Define Long Print (BUD No.49)
8. 4. 3.18 Cut length: Deck 1-3 (BUD No.57-59)
8. 4. 3.19 DevReset after print (BUD No.60)
8. 4. 3.20 Media00-19 Type (BUD No.89-108)
8. 4. 3.21 Stacker fan Ctrl. (BUD No.117)
8. 4. 3.22 ImCoronaCurent (BUD No.256-267)
8. 4. 3.23 Grid bias (BUD No.268-279)
8. 4. 3.24 Tr bias current (BUD No.280-283)
8. 4. 3.25 Dev Bias D.C._off (BUD No.284-287)
8. 4. 3.26 Sup roller bias (BUD No.288-291)
8. 4. 3.27 Reg roller bias (BUD No.292-295)
8. 4. 3.28 Dev bias offset:60 (BUD No.296-299)
8. 4. 3.29 Reg roller bias:60 (BUD No.300-303)
8. 4. 3.30 Tr bias in mono (BUD No.304-306)
8. 4. 3.31 Tr TargetCurrent (BUD No.307-309)
8. 4. 3.32 Tr V offset (BUD No.322-357)
8. 4. 3.33 Light intensity (BUD No.512-523)
8. 4. 3.34 Image enhance (BUD No.524-593)
8. 4. 3.35 Light gain (BUD No.594-597)
8. 4. 3.36 Density Ctrl. Mode (BUD No.598)
8. 4. 3.37 Deck 1-3 motor (BUD No.771-779)
8. 4. 3.38 Lower Feed motor (BUD No.780-782)
8. 4. 3.39 Belt motor (BUD No.784-786)
8. 4. 3.40 Stacker motor (BUD No.802-804)
8. 4. 3.41 Media00-19 Print Speed (BUD No.805-824)
8. 4. 3.42 Fuser step-out time (BUD No.825)
8. 4. 3.43 Fuser temp (BUD No.1024-1083)
8. 4. 3.44 Im Placement Up-down (BUD No.1280)
8. 4. 3.45 Im Placement L-R (BUD No.1281)
8. 4. 3.46 LED skew (BUD No.1282-1293)
8. 4. 3.47 LED joint V (BUD No.1294-1301)
8. 4. 3.48 LED joint H (BUD No.1302-1309)
8. 4. 3.49 Color regist V (BUD No.1310-1313)
8. 4. 3.50 Color regist H (BUD No.1314-1317)
8. 4. 3.51 C-Regist V offset (BUD No.1318-1321)
8. 4. 3.52 Leading image mask (BUD No.1322)
8. 4. 3.53 Traling image mask (BUD No.1323)
8. 4. 3.54 LED block alignment (BUD No.1324)
8. 4. 3.55 Tr bias:K_60_00-19 (BUD No.1536-1615)
8. 4. 3.56 Tr bias:K_100_00-19 (BUD No.1616-1695)
8. 4. 3.57 Tr bias:K_120_00-19 (BUD No.1696-1775)
8. 4. 3.58 Tr bias:C_60_00-19 (BUD No.1792-1871)
8. 4. 3.59 Tr bias:C_100_00-19 (BUD No.1872-1951)
8. 4. 3.60 Tr bias:C_120_00-19 (BUD No.1952-2031)
8. 4. 3.61 Tr bias:M_60_00-19 (BUD No.2048-2127)
8. 4. 3.62 Tr bias:M_100_00-19 (BUD No.2128-2207)
8. 4. 3.63 Tr bias:M_120_00-19 (BUD No.2208-2287)
8. 4. 3.64 Tr bias:Y_60_00-19 (BUD No.2304-2383)
8. 4. 3.65 Tr bias:Y_100_00-19 (BUD No.2384-2463)
8. 4. 3.66 Tr bias:Y_120_00-19 (BUD No.2464-2543)
8. 4. 3.67 MC bias:60_00-19 (BUD No.2560-2639)
8. 4. 3.68 MC bias:100_00-19 (BUD No.2640-2719)
8. 4. 3.69 MC bias:120_00-19 (BUD No.2720-2799)
8. 6 Information
8. 6. 1 Operation in Information
8. 6. 2 Details about the indications in Information
8. 7 Input Check
8. 7. 1 Operation in Input Check
8. 7. 2 Input Signal list
8. 8 Output Check
8. 8. 1 Operation in Output Check
8. 8. 2 Output Signal List
8. 9 History
8. 9. 1 Operation in History
8.10 Clear/Reset
8.10. 1 Operation in Clear/Reset
8.11 Program Update
8.11. 1 Operation in Program Update
8.12 Version Info
8.12. 1 Indication in Version Info
8.13 Deck Information
8.13. 1 Operation in Deck Information
8.14 Density & Toner Supply
8.14. 1 Operation in Density & Toner Supply
8.15 Printer Function (Wrench Icon)
8.15. 1 Operation in Printer Function
8.16 Counter Information
8.16. 1 Operation in Counter Information
8.17 Country Select
8.18 Communication Reset
8.19 Active Modes
8.20 USB Eject

9) ADJUSTMENTS
9. 1 Adjusting Optical Density
9. 2 Readjustment of Tension Sensor
9. 3 Belt Skew Adjustment
9. 3. 1 Before Skew Correction Adjustment
9. 3. 2 Skew Correction Adjustment

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