Konica Minolta Bizhub C227 Bizhub C287 Service Manual

Service Manual Konica Minolta Bizhub C227 Bizhub C287;
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A) SAFETY AND IMPORTANT WARNING ITEMS
1. IMPORTANT NOTICE
2. DESCRIPTION ITEMS FOR DANGER, WARNING AND CAUTION
2.1 Description items in this Service Manual
2.2 Description items for safety and important warning items
3. SAFETY WARNINGS
3.1 MODIFICATIONS NOT AUTHORIZED BY KONICA MINOLTA, INC
3.1.1 Actions requiring special attention
3.2 POWER PLUG SELECTION
3.2.1 Power Cord Set or Power Plug
3.3 CHECKPOINTS WHEN PERFORMING ON-SITE SERVICE
3.3.1 Power Supply
3.3.2 Installation Requirements
3.3.3 After Service
3.4 FUSE
3.5 Used Batteries Precautions
3.5.1 ALL Areas
3.5.2 Germany
3.5.3 France
3.5.4 Denmark
3.5.5 Finland, Sweden
3.5.6 Norway
3.6 Laser Safety
3.6.1 Laser Safety
3.6.2 Internal Laser Radiation
3.6.3 Laser Safety Label
3.6.4 Laser Caution Label
3.6.5 PRECAUTIONS FOR HANDLING THE LASER EQUIPMENT
4. WARNING INDICATIONS ON THE MACHINE
4.1 Warning indications inside the machine
4.2 Warning indications on the boards
5. MEASURES TO TAKE IN CASE OF AN ACCIDENT

B) NOTATION OF THE CONTENTS
1. PRECAUTION ON HANDLING THIS MANUAL
2. PRODUCT NAME
3. BRAND NAME
3.1 TRADEMARKS OF OTHER COMPANIES
3.2 OWN TRADEMARKS
4. FEEDING DIRECTION

C) PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
1. Bizhub C287/C227
1.1 Type
1.2 Function
1.3 Paper
1.4 Material
1.4.1 Number of field standard printed pages
1.4.2 Specified conditions of field standard yield
1.5 Print volume
1.6 Machine specifications
1.7 Operating environment
1.8 Print function
1.9 Scan function
1.10 Note for the Specifications
2. DF-628
2.1 Type
2.2 Function
2.3 Type of document
2.4 Particular original
2.5 Prohibited original
2.6 Mixed original feed chart
For Japan models
For North America models
For Europe models
2.7 Machine specification
2.8 Operating environment
2.9 Note for the Specifications
3. PC-114/PC-214
3.1 Type
3.2 Paper
3.3 Machine specification
3.4 Operating environment
3.5 Note for the Specifications
4. PC-414
4.1 Type
4.2 Paper
4.3 Machine specification
4.4 Operating environment
4.5 Note for the Specifications
5. JS-506
5.1 Type
5.2 Function
5.3 Capacity
5.4 Offset function
5.5 Machine specifications
5.6 Operating environment
5.7 Note for the Specifications
6. FS-533
6.1 Type
6.2 Function
6.3 Paper process ability
6.3.1 Non sort/sort/group
6.3.2 Sort offset/group offset
6.3.3 Sort staple
6.4 Machine specification
6.5 Operating environment
6.6 Note for the Specifications
7. PK-519
7.1 Type
7.2 Function
7.3 Paper
7.4 Machine specification
7.5 Operating environment
7.6 Note for the Specifications
8. FS-534/FS-534SD
8.1 Type
8.2 Function
8.3 Paper process ability
8.3.1 Non sort/sort/group
8.3.2 Sort offset/group offset
8.3.3 Sort staple
8.3.4 Saddle stitching/folding
8.3.5 Tri-folding
8.4 Machine specification
8.5 Operating environment
8.6 Note for the Specifications
9. PK-520
9.1 Type
9.2 Function
9.3 Paper
9.4 Machine specification
9.5 Operating environment
9.6 Note for the Specifications
10. FK-513
11. i-Option
11.1 List of advanced functions
11.2 Types of advanced functions
11.2.1 Table 1
11.2.2 Table 2
11.2.3 Table 3
11.2.4 Table 4
11.3 Activation procedures of i-Option
12. CU-101
12.1 Type
12.2 Machine specification
12.3 Operating environment
12.4 Note for the Specifications

D) OVERALL COMPOSITION
1. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
1.1 System configuration
1.1.1 System front view
1.1.2 System rear view
1.2 Optional configuration
1.2.1 Combination configuration of main body and document options
1.2.2 Combination configuration of main body and paper feed options
1.2.3 Combination configuration of main body and post-processing options
1.2.4 Combination of main body (scanner) and dehumidifier heater
1.2.5 Combination configuration of paper feed options and dehumidifier heater
2. SECTION CONFIGURATION
3. PAPER PATH
4. CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM
5. IMAGE CREATION PROCESS
6. IMAGE FORMING CONTROL
7 PROCESS SPEED
E SERVICE TOOL
1. bizhub C287/C227
1.1 Service material list
1.2 CE tool list
1.3 Utility tool
1.3.1 IC card information setting tool of AU-201/AU-201S/OMNIKEY 5427CK (AU-205H)/SCL-010/YSoft card reader
2. DF-628
2.1 CE tool list

F) PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE
1. Concept of periodical maintenance
2. Periodical maintenance items
2.1 Main body
2.1.1 bizhub C287
2.1.2 bizhub C227
2.2 Option
2.2.1 DF-628
2.2.2 PC-114/PC-414
2.2.3 PC-214
2.2.4 FS-534
2.2.5 FS-534SD
2.2.6 FS-533
3. Periodical replacement parts list
3.1 Bizhub C287/C227
3.2 Option
3.2.1 DF-628
3.2.2 PC-114
3.2.3 PC-214
3.2.4 PC-414
3.2.5 FS-534
3.2.6 FS-534SD
3.2.7 FS-533
4. Periodical cleaning parts list
4.1 Main unit
4.2 DF-628
4.3 FS-534
4.4 FS-534SD
4.5 FS-533
5. Concept of parts life
5.1 Life value of consumables and parts
5.2 Details of the life specifications
5.3 Control causing inhibited printing for one part when an inhibited-printing event occurs in another part
5.3.1 Outline
5.3.2 Target parts
5.3.3 Threshold value
6. Periodical maintenance procedure bizhub C287/C227
6.1 Imaging unit section
6.1.1 Replacing the imaging unit/Y,M,C
6.1.2 Replacing the drum unit/K
6.2 Developing section
6.2.1 Replacing the developing unit/K
6.3 Toner supply section
6.3.1 Replacing the toner cartridge
6.4 1st transfer section
6.4.1 Cleaning of the image transfer entrance guide
6.4.2 Cleaning of the IDC sensor window
6.4.3 Replacing the transfer belt unit
6.5 2nd transfer/separation section
6.5.1 Replacing the transfer roller unit
6.6 Toner collection section
6.6.1 Replacing the waste toner box
6.6.2 Cleaning of the area around the waste toner collecting port
6.7 Paper feed section
6.7.1 Replacing the tray 1 feed roller, tray 1 pick-up roller, tray 1 separation roller
6.7.2 Replacing the tray 2 feed roller, tray 2 pick-up roller, tray 2 separation roller
6.7.3 Replacing the manual bypass tray feed roller, manual bypass tray separation roller assy
6.8 Registration section
6.8.1 Cleaning of the registration roller
6.9 Fusing section
6.9.1 Replacing the fusing unit
6.10 Duplex section
6.10.1 Cleaning of the duplex transport rollers
7. Periodical maintenance procedure DF-628
7.1 Take-up section
7.1.1 Cleaning of the pick-up roller/feed roller
7.1.2 Cleaning of the separation roller
7.1.3 Replacing the paper feed assy
7.1.4 Replacing the pick-up roller/feed roller
7.1.5 Replacing the separation roller assy
7.2 Transport section
7.2.1 Cleaning of the miscellaneous rolls
7.2.2 Cleaning of the miscellaneous rollers
7.3 Scanning section
7.3.1 Cleaning of the scanning guide
7.3.2 Cleaning of the reflective sensor section
8. Periodical maintenance procedure PC-114/PC-214
8.1 Paper feed section
8.1.1 Replacing the tray 3 feed roller, tray 3 pick-up roller, tray 3 separation roller
8.1.2 Replacing the tray 4 feed roller, tray 4 pick-up roller, tray 4 separation roller
9. Periodical maintenance procedure PC-414
9.1 Paper feed section
9.1.1 Replacing the feed roller, pick-up roller, separation roller
10. Periodical maintenance procedure FS-534/FS-534SD
10.1 Paper exit section
10.1.1 Cleaning procedure for each rollers/each rolls
10.1.2 Cleaning the paddles
10.1.3 Replacing the paddle units
11. Periodical maintenance procedure SD-511
11.1 Paper exit section
11.1.1 Cleaning procedure for each rollers/each rolls
11.1.2 Cleaning the upper paddle
11.1.3 Cleaning the lower paddle
11.1.4 Replacing the upper paddle assy
11.1.5 Replacing the lower paddle unit
12. Periodical maintenance procedure FS-533
12.1 Paper exit section
12.1.1 Cleaning procedure for each parts
12.1.2 Cleaning the paper exit paddle
12.2 Alignment section
12.2.1 Replacing the alignment roller assy F/R

G) DISASSEMBLY/REASSEMBLY
1. Disassembly/adjustment prohibited items
1.1 Paint-locked screws
1.2 Red-painted screws
1.3 Variable resistors on board
1.4 Warnings for disassembly
1.5 Warnings / Precautions during setup or transportation
2. Units from which removing is prohibited
2.1 CCD board
2.1.1 Reason for prohibition
2.2 PH unit
2.2.1 Reason for prohibition
2.3 Fusing unit
2.3.1 Reason for prohibition
3. Disassembly/assembly warning/caution items
3.1 Removal/installing of PWBs
4. Notes when transporting the machine
4.1 Protective materials
4.1.1 CCD unit fixture
5. Bizhub C287/C227
5.1 Disassembly/reassembly parts list
5.1.1 Exterior parts
5.1.2 Units
5.1.3 Boards
5.1.4 Motors
5.1.5 Clutches
5.1.6 Fans
5.1.7 etc
5.2 Disassembly/reassembly procedure (Exterior parts)
5.2.1 Scanner rear cover
5.2.2 Scanner front cover
5.2.3 Scanner left cover
5.2.4 Control panel left cover
5.2.5 Control panel unit
5.2.6 Original glass assy
5.2.7 Front door
5.2.8 Front lower cover
5.2.9 Front cover
5.2.10 Left cover
5.2.11 Exit tray
5.2.12 Exit cover
5.2.13 Upper right cover
5.2.14 Rear right cover
5.2.15 Lower rear cover
5.2.16 Upper rear cover
5.2.17 Tray 1
5.2.18 Tray 2
5.3 Disassembly/reassembly procedure (Units)
5.3.1 LED exposure unit
5.3.2 Paper feed unit
5.3.3 PH unit
5.3.4 Sub hopper unit
5.3.5 Right door unit
5.3.6 Manual bypass tray unit
5.3.7 Inner door unit
5.3.8 Hard disk
5.3.9 Main drive unit
5.3.10 Transport unit
5.3.11 Fusing drive unit
5.3.12 Scan-IR unit/CCD unit
5.3.13 Toner cartridge drive assy
5.3.14 Exit/reverse unit
5.4 Disassembly/reassembly procedure (Boards)
5.4.1 DC power supply (DCPU)
5.4.2 MFP board (MFPB)
5.4.3 High voltage unit (HV)
5.4.4 SATA board (SATAB)
5.4.5 eMMC board (eMMC)
5.4.6 EEPROM/1, EEPROM/2
5.5 Disassembly/reassembly procedure (Motors)
5.5.1 Transport motor (M1)
5.5.2 IU motor (M2)
5.5.3 Fusing motor (M3)
5.5.4 Paper exit/reverse motor (M4)
5.5.5 ADU transport motor (M5)
5.5.6 Toner supply motor/C,K (M7)
5.5.7 Toner supply motor/Y,M (M9)
5.5.8 Toner cartridge motor (M10)
5.5.9 Tray 1 lift-up motor (M12)
5.5.10 Tray 2 lift-up motor (M13)
5.5.11 Scanner motor (M201)
5.6 Disassembly/reassembly procedure (Clutches)
5.6.1 Tray 2 paper feed clutch (CL1)
5.6.2 Tray 2 vertical transport clutch (CL2)
5.6.3 Tray 1 paper feed clutch (CL3)
5.6.4 Registration clutch (CL4)
5.6.5 1st transfer pressure clutch (CL5)
5.6.6 Bypass paper feed clutch (CL7)
5.7 Disassembly/reassembly procedure (Fans)
5.7.1 Power supply cooling fan (FM1)
5.7.2 Transfer belt cleaner cooling fan (FM2)
5.7.3 Rear side cooling fan (FM3)
5.7.4 Paper cooling fan (FM8)
5.8 Disassembly/reassembly procedure (etc.)
5.8.1 Bypass pick-up solenoid (SD1)
5.8.2 Bypass CD paper size (VR1)
5.8.3 FAX speaker (SP1)
5.8.4 UFP filter/ Deodorant filter
5.8.5 Harness guide
5.8.6 MFP board box
6. Option
6.1 Disassembly/reassembly parts list
6.1.1 DF-628
6.1.2 PC-114/PC-214
6.1.3 PC-414
6.1.4 JS-506
6.1.5 FS-534/FS-534SD
6.1.6 PK-520
6.1.7 SD-511
6.1.8 FS-533
6.1.9 PK-519
6.1.10 FK-513
6.1.11 UK-211
6.1.12 UK-212
6.1.13 CU-101
6.1.14 KP-101
6.1.15 MK-603
6.2 Disassembly/reassembly procedure (DF-628/SP-501)
6.2.1 Front cover (DF-628)
6.2.2 Rear cover (DF-628)
6.2.3 Left cover unit (DF-628)
6.2.4 Reverse automatic document feeder (DF-628)
6.2.5 Glass cleaning roller unit (DF-628)
6.2.6 DF control board (DFCB) (DF-628)
6.2.7 Document width size sensor (VR1) (DF-628)
6.2.8 Document reading motor (M1) (DF-628)
6.2.9 Document feed motor (M2) (DF-628)
6.2.10 Registration motor (M3) (DF-628)
6.2.11 Glass cleaning motor (M4) (DF-628)
6.2.12 Reading roll release motor (M5) (DF-628)
6.2.13 Original exit roller release solenoid (SD1) (DF-628)
6.2.14 Stamp unit (SP-501)
6.2.15 Stamp (SP-501)
6.3 Disassembly/reassembly procedure (PC-114/PC-214)
6.3.1 Rear right cover (PC-114/PC-214)
6.3.2 Rear cover (PC-114/PC-214)
6.3.3 Tray 3, Tray 4 (PC-114/PC-214)
6.3.4 Paper feed cabinet (PC-114/PC-214)
6.3.5 Tray 3 paper feed unit (PC-114/PC-214)
6.3.6 Tray 4 paper feed unit (PC-214)
6.3.7 PC control board (PCCB) (PC-114/PC-214)
6.3.8 Tray 3 FD paper size board (FDPSB/3), tray 4 FD paper size board (FDPSB/4) (PC-114/PC-214)
6.3.9 Tray 3 CD paper size board (CDPSB/3) (PC-114/PC-214)
6.3.10 Tray 4 CD paper size board (CDPSB/4) (PC-214)
6.3.11 Tray 3 paper feed motor (M111), tray 4 paper feed motor (M121) (PC-114/PC-214)
6.3.12 Tray 3 vertical transport motor (M112), tray 4 vertical transport motor (M122) (PC-114/PC-214)
6.3.13 Tray 3 lift-up motor (M113), tray 4 lift-up motor (M123) (PC-114/PC-214)
6.4 Disassembly/reassembly procedure (PC-414)
6.4.1 Rear right cover (PC-414)
6.4.2 Rear cover (PC-414)
6.4.3 Paper feed tray (PC-414)
6.4.4 Paper feed cabinet (PC-414)
6.4.5 Paper feed unit (PC-414)
6.4.6 PC control board (PCCB) (PC-414)
6.4.7 Paper feed motor (M131) (PC-414)
6.4.8 Vertical transport motor (M132) (PC-414)
6.4.9 Elevator motor (M134) (PC-414)
6.4.10 Shifter motor (M133) (PC-414)
6.4.11 Wire (PC-414)
6.5 Disassembly/reassembly procedure (JS-506)
6.5.1 Exit tray 1 (JS-506)
6.5.2 Exit tray 2 (JS-506)
6.5.3 Job separator (JS-506)
6.5.4 Sensor unit (JS-506)
6.5.5 JS control board (JSCB) (JS-506)
6.5.6 Tray shift motor (M1) (JS-506)
6.6 Disassembly/reassembly procedure (FS-534/FS-534SD/RU-513)
6.6.1 Rear cover (FS-534/FS-534SD)
6.6.2 Front door (FS-534/FS-534SD)
6.6.3 Front upper cover (FS-534/FS-534SD)
6.6.4 Left lower cover (FS-534/FS-534SD)
6.6.5 Front lower cover (FS-534/FS-534SD)
6.6.6 Finisher (FS-534/FS-534SD)
6.6.7 RU transport unit (FS-534/FS-534SD)
6.6.8 Stapler unit (FS-534/FS-534SD)
6.6.9 Sensor unit (FS-534/FS-534SD)
6.6.10 Saddle unit (FS-534SD)
6.6.11 FS control board (FSCB) (FS-534/FS-534SD)
6.6.12 RU transport motor (M1) (FS-534/FS-534SD)
6.6.13 FNS entry transport motor (M2) (FS-534/FS-534SD)
6.6.14 FNS discharge motor (M3) (FS-534/FS-534SD)
6.6.15 Receiving roller retraction motor (M4) (FS-534/FS-534SD)
6.6.16 FNS paddle motor (M5) (FS-534/FS-534SD)
6.6.17 Trailing edge stopper motor (M6) (FS-534/FS-534SD)
6.6.18 Alignment motor/front (M7) (FS-534/FS-534SD)
6.6.19 Alignment motor/rear (M8) (FS-534/FS-534SD)
6.6.20 Pre-eject drive motor (M9) (FS-534/FS-534SD)
6.6.21 Bundle eject motor (M10) (FS-534/FS-534SD)
6.6.22 Main tray up/down motor (M11) (FS-534/FS-534SD)
6.6.23 Paper receiving control motor (M12) (FS-534/FS-534SD)
6.6.24 Side stapler movement motor (M13) (FS-534/FS-534SD)
6.7 Disassembly/reassembly procedure (PK-520)
6.7.1 Punch kit (PK-520)
6.8 Disassembly/reassembly procedure (SD-511)
6.8.1 Front cover (SD-511)
6.8.2 Paper exit tray (SD-511)
6.8.3 Staple unit (SD-511)
6.8.4 SD drive board (SDDB) (SD-511)
6.8.5 SD transport motor (M1) (SD-511)
6.8.6 Paper discharge control motor (M2) (SD-511)
6.8.7 Alignment motor (M3) (SD-511)
6.8.8 Stopper drive motor (M4) (SD-511)
6.8.9 Center fold roller motor (M5) (SD-511)
6.8.10 Tri-folding guide motor (M6) (SD-511)
6.8.11 SD paddle motor (M7) (SD-511)
6.8.12 Center fold guide motor (M8) (SD-511)
6.8.13 Center fold knife motor (M9) (SD-511)
6.8.14 Stopper solenoid (SD1) (SD-511)
6.9 Disassembly/reassembly procedure (FS-533)
6.9.1 Front cover (FS-533)
6.9.2 Upper cover (FS-533)
6.9.3 Rear cover (FS-533)
6.9.4 Finisher (FS-533)
6.9.5 Stapler unit (FS-533)
6.9.6 Paper exit tray unit (FS-533)
6.9.7 FS control board (FSCB) (FS-533)
6.9.8 Stapler relay board (STREYB) (FS-533)
6.9.9 Paper conveyance motor (M101) (FS-533)
6.9.10 Paper exit motor (M102) (FS-533)
6.9.11 Alignment roller motor (M103) (FS-533)
6.9.12 Exit roller lift up motor (M104) (FS-533)
6.9.13 Alignment motor/F (M105), Alignment motor/R (M106) (FS-533)
6.9.14 Stapler movement motor (M107) (FS-533)
6.9.15 Tray lift up motor (M109) (FS-533)
6.9.16 Paper surface detect solenoid (SD101) (FS-533)
6.9.17 Batch solenoid (SD102) (FS-533)
6.9.18 Paper exit roller solenoid (SD103) (FS-533)
6.9.19 Paper exit paddle (FS-533)
6.10 Disassembly/reassembly procedure (PK-519)
6.10.1 Punch kit (PK-519)
6.10.2 PK control board (PKCB) (PK-519)
6.10.3 Punch motor (M201) (PK-519)
6.11 Disassembly/reassembly procedure (FK-513)
6.11.1 Fax Kit (FK-513)
6.12 Disassembly/reassembly procedure (UK-211)
6.12.1 Upgrade kit (UK-211)
6.13 Disassembly/reassembly procedure (UK-212)
6.13.1 Upgrade kit (UK-212)
6.14 Disassembly/reassembly procedure (CU-101)
6.14.1 Clean unit cover
6.14.2 Clean unit (CU-101)
6.14.3 Clean unit drive board (CUDB)
6.14.4 Exhaust fan/1 (FM14)
6.14.5 Exhaust fan/2 (FM15)
6.14.6 Suction fan (FM16)
6.14.7 Deodorant filter/UFP filter
6.15 Disassembly/reassembly procedure (KP-101)
6.15.1 Keypad (KP-101)
6.16 Disassembly/reassembly procedure (MK-603)
6.16.1 Upper paper exit motor (M6) (MK-603)
6.16.2 Mount Kit (MK-603)
6.16.3 Gate switch solenoid (SD3) (MK-603)
7. COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE PARTS
7.1 Installing the key counter
7.1.1 Configuration
7.1.2 Procedure
7.2 Original size sensor/2 (Option)
7.3 CSRC cable

H) CLEANING/LUBRICATION
1. Bizhub C287/C227
1.1 Cleaning parts list
1.2 Lubrication parts list
1.3 Cleaning procedure
1.3.1 Transfer belt unit
1.3.2 PH window
1.3.3 Tray 1 feed roller, tray 1 pick-up roller, tray 1 separation roller
1.3.4 Tray 2 feed roller, tray 2 pick-up roller, tray 2 separation roller
1.3.5 Tray 2 transport roller
1.3.6 Manual bypass tray feed roller
1.3.7 Manual bypass tray separation roller
1.3.8 Original glass
1.3.9 Scanner rail/ Scanner shaft
1.3.10 Mirrors
1.3.11 Lens
2. Option
2.1 Cleaning parts list
2.1.1 PC-114/PC-214
2.1.2 PC-414
2.2 Cleaning procedure (PC-114/PC-214)
2.2.1 Tray 3 feed roller, tray 3 pick-up roller, tray 3 separation roller
2.2.2 Tray 4 feed roller, tray 4 pick-up roller, tray 4 separation roller
2.2.3 Tray 3 vertical transport roller, tray 4 vertical transport roller
2.3 Cleaning procedure (PC-414)
2.3.1 Feed roller, Pick-up roller, Separation roller
2.3.2 Vertical transport roller

I) ADJUSTMENT/SETTING
1. How To Use The Adjustment/Setting Section
1.1 How to use the adjustment/setting section
1.2 Advance checks
2. List of utility mode
List of utility mode (outline)
(1) Starting procedure
(2) Exiting procedure
2.1 One-Touch/User Box Registration
2.2 User Settings List
2.2.1 System Settings
2.2.2 Custom Display Settings
2.2.3 Copier Settings
2.2.4 Scan/Fax Settings
2.2.5 Fax Settings
2.2.6 Printer Settings
2.2.7 Change Password
2.2.8 Change E-Mail Address
2.2.9 Register Authentication Information
2.2.10 Synchronize User Auth. and Account Track
2.3 Administrator Settings List [1/2]
Administrator settings outline 1/2
2.3.1 System Settings
2.3.2 Administrator/Machine Settings
2.3.3 One-Touch/User Box Registration
2.3.4 User Authentication/Account Track
2.3.5 Network Settings
2.3.6 Copier Settings
2.3.7 Printer Settings
2.3.8 Fax Settings
2.3.9 System Connection
2.4 Administrator Settings List [2/2]
Administrator settings outline 2/2
2.4.1 Security Settings
2.4.2 License Settings
2.4.3 Authorization function Setting
2.4.4 Voice Guidance Settings
2.4.5 OpenAPI Certification Management Setting
2.4.6 External Memory Backup
2.4.7 Remote Access Setting
2.4.8 Eco Copier Settings
2.5 Administrator Shortcut Settings
2.5.1 Administrator Shortcut Settings [1/2]
2.5.2 Administrator Shortcut Settings [2/2]
2.6 Check Consumables List
2.6.1 Check Consumable Life [1/2]
2.6.2 Check Consumable Life [2/2]
2.7 Banner Printing
2.8 My Panel Settings
2.9 Device Information List
2.9.1 Device Information [1/2]
2.9.2 Device Information [2/2]
2.10 Remote Panel Operation List
2.11 Supplementary explanation of utility mode
2.11.1 User Authentication/Account Track-Authentication Device Settings
2.11.2 Network Settings-Network Fax Settings
2.11.3 Network Settings-Network I/F Configuration
2.11.4 Network Settings-Wireless Network Setting
2.11.5 Network Settings-IWS Settings
2.11.6 Network Settings – Remote Panel Settings (outline)
2.11.7 Network Settings – Remote Panel Settings (Server Settings)
2.11.8 Network Settings – Remote Panel Settings (Client Settings)
2.11.9 Machine Update Settings – Internet ISW Settings
2.11.10 Machine Update Settings – Machine Auto Update setting
2.11.11 Machine Update Settings – HTTP Proxy Settings
2.11.12 Security Settings – Prohibited Functions When Authentication Error
2.11.13 Security Settings – Enhanced Security Mode
2.11.14 Security Settings – HDD Encryption Setting
2.11.15 Security Settings – Debug Log Encryption Settings
2.11.16 Security Settings – Image Log Transfer Settings (Type1)
2.11.17 Security Settings – Image Log Transfer Settings (Type2)
2.11.18 Security Settings – Driver Password Encryption Setting
2.11.19 Security Settings – Quick Security Setting – Administrator Password
2.11.20 Security Settings – Quick Security Setting – USB Enable Settings
2.11.21 Security Settings – Quick Security Setting – Password Rules
2.11.22 Security Settings – Quick Security Setting – Quick IP Filtering
2.11.23 Security Settings – Quick Security setting – PSWC Setting
2.11.24 Security Settings – Quick Security setting – Security Warning Display Setting
2.11.25 License Settings
2.11.26 Voice Guidance Settings-Voice Guidance
2.11.27 External Memory Backup – Import/Export
2.11.28 Remote Access Setting – Import/Export User Data
3. ADJUSTMENT ITEM LIST
3.1 Replace feed roller, pick-up roller, separation roller (tray 1, tray 2)
3.2 Replace feed roller, separation roller assy (manual bypass tray)
3.3 Install LCT (Built-in)
3.4 Replace CCD unit
3.5 Replace developing unit
3.6 Replace drum unit
3.7 Replace transfer belt unit
3.8 Replace fusing unit
3.9 Replace PH unit
3.10 Replace original size detection sensor
3.11 Replace scanner home sensor
3.12 Replace MFP board
3.13 Replace eMMC board
3.14 Replace hard disk
3.15 Replace control panel unit
3.16 Replace DF control board (DF-628)
3.17 Add key counter
3.18 Execute initialize
3.19 Add an optional device
3.20 Execute F/W update
3.21 Add fax board
3.22 Mount DF-628
4. LIST OF SERVICE MODE
4.1 List of service mode (outline)
4.2 List of service mode (detail)
4.2.1 Machine
4.2.2 Imaging Process Adjustment
4.2.3 CS Remote Care
4.2.4 System 1
4.2.5 System 2
4.2.6 Counter
4.2.7 List Output
4.2.8 State Confirmation
4.2.9 Test Mode
4.2.10 ADF
4.2.11 FAX
4.2.12 Finisher
4.2.13 Network Settings
4.2.14 Machine Update Setting
5. SERVICE MODE
5.1 Starting/Setting/Exiting
5.1.1 Starting procedure
5.1.2 Setting procedure
5.1.3 Exiting procedure
5.2 Time Zone/Date & Time Input mode
5.2.1 Use
5.2.2 Procedure
5.3 Search
5.3.1 Use
5.3.2 Procedure
5.4 Method to cancel the envelope print mode
5.4.1 Procedure
5.5 Machine
5.5.1 Fusing Temperature
5.5.2 Fusing Transport Speed
5.5.3 Heater Control Level
5.5.4 Printer Area
5.5.5 Scan Area
5.5.6 Printer Reg. Loop Adj
5.5.7 Color Registration Adjustment
5.5.8 Print Head Skew Adj
5.5.9 LD adjustment – LD Light Width Adjustment
5.5.10 Manual Bypass Tray Width Adj
5.5.11 Lead Edge Erase Adjustment
5.5.12 Non-Image Area Erase Check
5.5.13 ADF Scan Glass Contamination
5.5.14 PPM Control Choice
5.6 Firmware Version
5.6.1 Use
5.6.2 Procedure
5.7 Imaging Process Adjustment
5.7.1 Gradation Adjust
5.7.2 Stabilizar
5.7.3 Max Image Density Adj
5.7.4 Image Background Adj
5.7.5 Paper Separation Adjustment
5.7.6 Monochrome Density Adjustment
5.7.7 TCR Level Setting
5.7.8 Transfer Voltage Fine Adj
5.7.9 Charge AC Output fine adjustment
5.7.10 Thick Paper Density Adjustment
5.7.11 Grad/Dev AC Bias V Selection
5.7.12 Manual Toner Add
5.8 CS Remote Care (Outlines)
5.9 Setting up the CS Remote Care
5.9.1 Using the telephone line modem
5.9.2 Using the Fax line modem
5.9.3 Using the E-mail
5.9.4 When using a WebDAV server in http communication
5.10 Software SW setting for CS Remote Care
List of software SW for CS Remote Care
5.10.1 Input procedure
5.10.2 List of software SW for CS Remote Care
5.10.3 SW No. 01
5.10.4 SW No. 02
5.10.5 SW No. 03
5.10.6 SW No. 04
5.10.7 SW No. 05
5.10.8 SW No. 06
5.10.9 SW No. 07
5.10.10 SW No. 08
5.10.11 SW No. 09
5.10.12 SW No. 10
5.10.13 SW No. 11
5.10.14 SW No. 12
5.10.15 SW No. 14
5.10.16 SW No. 15
5.10.17 SW No. 18
5.10.18 SW No. 21
5.10.19 SW No. 22
5.10.20 SW No. 23
5.11 Setup confirmation
5.12 Calling the maintenance
5.12.1 When starting the maintenance
5.12.2 When finishing the maintenance
5.13 Calling the center from the administrator
5.14 Checking the transmission log
5.15 Detail on settings for CS Remote Care
5.15.1 Maintenance/Default Settings – System Selection
5.15.2 Maintenance/Default Settings – ID Code
5.15.3 Maintenance/Default Settings – Detail Setting
5.15.4 Maintenance/Default Settings – Server Setting (E-Mail1 or E-mail2 is selected.)
5.15.5 Maintenance/Default Settings – Server Setting (http1 or http2 is selected)
5.15.6 Product Auth. Settings
5.15.7 Import/Export Settings
5.15.8 Auto Initial Dial Setting
5.16 System 1
5.16.1 Marketing Area
5.16.2 Tel/Fax Number
5.16.3 Serial Number
5.16.4 Sleep ON/OFF Choice Setting
5.16.5 Foolscap Size Setting
5.16.6 Original Size Detection
5.16.7 Install Date
5.16.8 Initialization-Clear All Data
5.16.9 Initialization-Clear Individual Data
5.16.10 Initialization-System Error Clear
5.16.11 Problem Unit Isolation Set
5.16.12 Post card transfer table
5.16.13 Warm-up
5.16.14 Machine State LED Setting
5.16.15 TP Level
5.16.16 Burn Prevention Settings
5.17 System 2
5.17.1 HDD
5.17.2 Image Controller Setting
5.17.3 Option Board Status
5.17.4 Consumable Life Reminder
5.17.5 Unit Change
5.17.6 Software Switch Setting
5.17.7 CCD Calibration
5.17.8 LCT (Built-in) Size Settings
5.17.9 Paper Reuse Box Setting
5.17.10 Line Mag Setting
5.17.11 Data Capture
5.17.12 ADF Scan Glass Contamin. Set
5.17.13 Stamp
5.17.14 Network Fax Settings
5.17.15 RX File Change Page Name
5.17.16 ADF Settings
5.17.17 Image Stabilization Setting
5.17.18 User Paper Settings
5.17.19 Coverage Rate Screen
5.17.20 JAM Code Display Setting
5.17.21 Import Config. Data
5.17.22 Install Data
5.17.23 Local Interface Kit Setting
5.17.24 Display Eco Index
5.17.25 Internal Error. Auto Cancel
5.17.26 Acquiring Settings
5.17.27 Driver Install
5.17.28 Application Change Setting
5.17.29 Custom Pattern
5.17.30 Maintenance Mode
5.17.31 Smart Fusing Control
5.17.32 Cleaning Unit Setting
5.17.33 Fuser roll deform
5.17.34 Auth. Function Enable
5.18 Counter
5.18.1 Common procedure
5.18.2 Life
5.18.3 Service Call
5.18.4 Section Service Call
5.18.5 Warning
5.18.6 Maintenance
5.18.7 Service Total
5.18.8 Counter of Each Mode
5.18.9 Service Call History (Data)
5.18.10 ADF Paper Pages
5.18.11 Paper Jam History
5.18.12 Fax Connection Error
5.18.13 ADF Scan Glass Contamin. Counter
5.18.14 Parts Counter (Fixed)
5.18.15 Jam
5.18.16 Section JAM
5.18.17 Instantaneous Power Failure
5.18.18 Detail code history
5.19 List Output
5.19.1 Batch list CSV output
5.19.2 Machine Management List
5.19.3 Adjustments List
5.19.4 Parameter List
5.19.5 Service Parameter
5.19.6 Protocol Trace
5.19.7 Fax Setting List
5.19.8 Fax Analysis List
5.20 State Confirmation
5.20.1 Sensor Check
5.20.2 Table Number
5.20.3 Level History 1
5.20.4 Level History 2
5.20.5 Temp. & Humidity
5.20.6 CCD Check
5.20.7 Memory/Storage Adjustment
5.20.8 Memory/Storage Status
5.20.9 Color Regist
5.20.10 Load Check
5.20.11 Adjustment Data List
5.20.12 Self-diagnostic
5.21 Test Mode
5.21.1 Procedure for test pattern output
5.21.2 Gradation Pattern
5.21.3 Halftone Pattern
5.21.4 Lattice Pattern
5.21.5 Solid Pattern
5.21.6 Color Sample
5.21.7 8 Color Solid Pattern
5.21.8 CMM pattern
5.21.9 Paper Passage Test
5.21.10 Fax Test-Signal Send Test
5.21.11 Fax Test-Signal Receive Test
5.21.12 Fax Test-NCU TEST
5.21.13 Fax Test-Dial Test
5.21.14 Fax Test – Off-hook Test
5.22 ADF
5.22.1 Original Stop Position
5.22.2 Registration Loop Adj
5.22.3 Auto Stop Position Adjustment
5.22.4 Paper Passage
5.22.5 Sensor Check
5.22.6 Original Tray Width
5.22.7 Read Pos Adj
5.22.8 Feed Zoom
5.22.9 Scanning Light Adjustment
5.22.10 Mixed original size adjustment
5.22.11 FD-Mag. Adj. (B)
5.22.12 Skew Measurement
5.22.13 ADF automatic Adjustment
5.23 FAX
Fax Settings
5.23.1 Modem/NCU
5.23.2 Network
5.23.3 System
5.23.4 Fax File Format
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5.23.5 Communication
5.23.6 List Output
5.23.7 Function Parameter
5.23.8 Initialization
5.23.9 FAX Line Std. Setting
5.24 FAX setting (Address parameter list)
5.24.1 0b000#
5.24.2 0b001#
5.24.3 0b002#
5.24.4 0b003#
5.24.5 0b004#, 0b005#
5.24.6 0b006#
5.24.7 0e000#
5.24.8 0e001#
5.24.9 0e002#
5.24.10 0e003#
5.24.11 0e004#
5.24.12 0e005#
5.24.13 12000#
5.24.14 13000#
5.24.15 13001#, 13002#
5.24.16 13003#
5.24.17 13004#
5.24.18 13005#
5.24.19 13006#
5.24.20 13007#
5.24.21 13008#
5.24.22 98000#
5.24.23 0e009#
5.24.24 0e00a#
5.24.25 0e00b#
5.24.26 0e00c#
5.24.27 0e00d#
5.24.28 0e00e#
5.24.29 0e00f#
5.24.30 0e010#
5.24.31 0e011#
5.24.32 0e012#
5.24.33 0f000#
5.24.34 0f001#
5.24.35 10000#
5.24.36 10001#
5.25 Finisher
5.25.1 FS-FN adjustment – Center Staple Position
5.25.2 FS-FN adjustment – Half-Fold Position
5.25.3 FS-FN adjustment – 1st Tri-Fold Adjustment/2nd Tri-Fold Adjustment
5.25.4 FS-FN adjustment – Punch Edge Adj
5.25.5 FS-FN adjustment – Punch Regist Loop Size
5.25.6 FS-FN adjustment – Finisher Components Test Mode
5.25.7 FS-FN adjustment – Alignment plate Position
5.25.8 FS-FN adjustment – Paper Alignment Guides W. Adj
5.25.9 Punch Option Setting
5.25.10 Max. # of Folded Sheets Setting
5.25.11 Job Separator
5.26 Network Settings
5.26.1 2nd Network Setting – 2nd network card settings
5.26.2 2nd Network Setting – Network Interface Settings
5.26.3 2nd Network Setting – SSID
5.26.4 2nd Network Setting – Authentication/Encryption Algorithm
5.26.5 2nd Network Setting – WEP Key
5.26.6 2nd Network Setting – Passphrase
5.26.7 2nd Network Setting – Wireless Channel
5.26.8 2nd Network Setting – ANY Connection
5.26.9 2nd Network Setting – Connect permission extension address list
5.26.10 2nd Network Setting – DHCP Server Setting
5.26.11 2nd Network Setting – TCP/IP Settings
5.26.12 Remote Service Setting
5.27 Machine Update Setting
5.27.1 Internet ISW – Internet ISW Set
5.27.2 Internet ISW – HTTP Setting
5.27.3 Internet ISW – FTP Setting
5.27.4 Internet ISW – Forwarding Access Setting
5.27.5 Internet ISW – Download
5.27.6 Internet ISW – Update Start Time Settings
5.27.7 Machine Auto Update setting – Auto Update setting
5.27.8 Machine Auto Update setting – Relay server setting
5.27.9 Machine Auto Update setting – Transmission log Update
5.27.10 Machine Auto Update setting – Transmission Server Log
5.27.11 Machine Auto Update setting – Update Log Display
5.27.12 Machine Auto Update setting – Relay Server Log Confirmation
5.27.13 Machine Auto Update setting – Manual Update
5.27.14 Machine Auto Update setting – Machine Import setting
5.27.15 Machine Auto Update setting – Machine Export setting
5.27.16 Machine Auto Update setting – Machine Update Password
5.27.17 Firmware Rollback
5.27.18 Copy Network Settings
6. SETUP WIZARD
6.1 Function outline
6.1.1 Setup Wizard list
6.2 Starting/Exiting
6.2.1 Starting procedure
6.2.2 Exiting procedure
7. ENHANCED SECURITY
7.1 List of Enhanced Security
7.2 Starting/Exiting
7.2.1 Starting procedure
7.2.2 Exiting procedure
7.3 Enhanced Security
7.3.1 CE Password
7.3.2 Administrator Password
7.3.3 Administrator Feature Level
7.3.4 CE Authentication
7.3.5 Life Stop Setting
7.3.6 Memory Data Backup
7.3.7 operation Ban release time
7.3.8 Administrator unlocking
7.3.9 Engine FW DipSW
7.3.10 Engine Data Backup
7.3.11 HDD Data Backup
7.3.12 Data Backup
7.3.13 ADF Data Backup
7.3.14 Customer Type
7.3.15 TPM Setting
8. BILLING SETTING
Billing Setting
8.1 List of billing setting
8.2 Starting/Exiting
8.2.1 Starting procedure
8.2.2 Exiting procedure
8.3 Billing Setting
8.3.1 Counter Setting
8.3.2 Management Function Choice
8.3.3 Management Function Choice – Key Counter IF Vendor
8.3.4 Management Function Choice – Key Counter Only
8.3.5 Management Function Choice – Management Device 2
8.3.6 Management Function Choice – Vendor 2
8.3.7 Authentication Device 2
8.3.8 Setting items that automatically change the setting values
8.3.9 Coverage Rate Clear
8.3.10 License management – Activation
8.3.11 License management – Deactivation
8.3.12 License management – Repair
8.3.13 License management – Initialize
8.3.14 License management – Request Code
8.3.15 License management – List
8.3.16 License management – Function List
8.3.17 Manage OpenAPI Authentication
8.3.18 WebDAV Server Setting
8.3.19 Coverage Counter Setting
8.3.20 Print Counter Clear
8.3.21 Coverage Counter Detail
9. DEBUG SETTINGS
Debug Settings
9.1 List of debug settings
9.2 Starting/Exiting
9.2.1 Starting procedure
9.2.2 Exiting procedure
9.3 Debug Settings
9.3.1 Debug Log Output
9.3.2 Acquiring Mode
9.3.3 TX Debug Log Settings
9.3.4 Remote Log Retrival
9.3.5 Remote Log Server Settings
9.3.6 Enable Core Dump
9.3.7 USB Password
9.3.8 Other
9.4 Operation of the debug log function
9.4.1 Basic mode
9.4.2 Enhance mode
10. CONTENTS TO BE CLEARED BY RESET FUNCTION
11. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT bizhub C287/C227
11.1 Paper feed section
11.1.1 Centering adjustment of the tray 2
11.1.2 Adjustment of the bypass CD paper size VR
11.2 Fusing section
11.2.1 Adjusting the parallelism of the fusing unit path
11.3 Scanner section
11.3.1 Adjusting the scanner skew
12. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT DF-628
12.1 Original document feed section
12.1.1 Adjusting the height
12.1.2 Adjusting front side skew feed on ADF
12.1.3 Adjusting the pressure of the separation roller
13. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT PC-114/PC-214
13.1 Paper reference position
13.1.1 Purpose
13.1.2 Procedure
14. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT PC-414
14.1 Paper reference position
14.1.1 Purpose
14.1.2 Procedure
14.2 Shifter movement timing belt adjustment
14.2.1 Procedure
15. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT PK-519
15.1 Punch section
15.1.1 Punch hole deviation correction
16. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT PK-520
16.1 Punch section
16.1.1 Punch hole deviation correction
17. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT SD-511
17.1 Paper exit section
17.1.1 Half-fold skew adjustment

J) REWRITING OF FIRMWARE
1. Confirming the firmware version
1.1 Procedure
2. USB memory
2.1 Preparation
2.1.1 System preparation
2.1.2 USB memory used to update firmware
2.2 Procedure
2.3 Action when data transfer fails
2.4 Entering the machine type information
3. Internet ISW
3.1 Preparations for firmware rewriting
3.1.1 Outline
3.1.2 Service environment
3.1.3 Preparations for firmware rewriting
3.2 Making the firmware data
3.2.1 Outline
3.2.2 Procedure
3.3 Firmware rewriting from the control panel
3.3.1 Firmware rewriting from the control panel
4. CS Remote Care
4.1 Firmware rewriting from the CS Remote Care
5. Auto Update setting
5.1 Outline
5.2 Service environment
5.3 Procedures for rewriting the firmware by using the Auto Update function
5.3.1 Preparations
5.3.2 Download the firmware data automatically from the program server
6. Firmware Distribute Server function (Relay server)
6.1 Outline
6.2 Service environment
6.3 Firmware relay procedures by using “relay server function”
6.3.1 Preparations
6.3.2 Download and open the relay data automatically from the program server
6.3.3 Download the firmware opened from the relay server by using the Auto Update function on the other MFP
7. How to install the i-Option data
7.1 Available function for i-Option
7.2 LK-107/LK-108 font data installation procedure
8. Creating back up files when updating firmware
8.1 Procedure

K) TROUBLESHOOTING
1. JAM CODE
(1) JAM DISPLAY
(2) Misfeed display resetting procedure
1.1 List of the JAM code
1.2 JAM that do not display the JAM code
1.3 Sensor layout
1.3.1 bizhub C287/C227
1.3.2 DF-628
1.3.3 PC-114/PC-214
1.3.4 PC-414
1.3.5 FS-533/PK-519
1.3.6 FS-534/PK-520/SD-511
1.4 Initial check items
1.5 1#-##
1.5.1 10-01, 10-02, 10-40
1.5.2 11-01, 11-02, 11-40
1.5.3 12-01, 12-40
1.5.4 13-01, 13-40
1.5.5 14-01, 14-40
1.5.6 16-01, 16-40
1.6 2#-##
1.6.1 20-01, 20-02
1.6.2 20-21
1.6.3 20-22
1.7 3#-##
1.7.1 30-03
1.7.2 32-01, 32-05
1.8 6#-##
1.8.1 66-01, 66-11, 66-21
1.8.2 66-02, 66-12
1.8.3 66-03, 66-13, 66-23, 66-33
1.8.4 66-04, 66-14, 66-24, 66-34
1.8.5 66-05, 66-06, 66-15
1.8.6 66-07
1.9 7#-##
1.9.1 72-14
1.9.2 72-15
1.9.3 72-16
1.9.4 72-17
1.9.5 72-18
1.9.6 72-19
1.9.7 72-21
1.9.8 72-22
1.9.9 72-23
1.9.10 72-25
1.9.11 72-26
1.9.12 72-43
1.9.13 72-70
1.9.14 72-81
1.9.15 72-85
1.9.16 72-86
1.9.17 72-87
1.9.18 75-42
1.9.19 75-43
1.10 9#-##
1.10.1 92-01, 92-02, 92-40
1.10.2 99-01
1.10.3 99-02
1.10.4 99-03
1.10.5 99-04
1.10.6 99-05
1.10.7 99-06
1.10.8 99-07
1.10.9 99-08
1.10.10 99-09
1.11 Misfeed at duplex transport section
1.11.1 Contents
1.11.2 Procedure
2. MALFUNCTION CODE
2.1 Display procedure
2.2 List of the malfunction code
2.3 S-1
2.3.1 Contents
2.3.2 Procedure
2.4 D-1
2.4.1 Contents
2.4.2 Procedure
2.5 P-5, P-28
2.5.1 Contents
2.5.2 Procedure
2.6 P-6, P-7, P-8, P-9
2.6.1 Contents
2.6.2 Procedure
2.7 P-14
2.7.1 Contents
2.7.2 Procedure
2.8 P-21
2.8.1 Contents
2.8.2 Procedure
2.9 P-22
2.9.1 Contents
2.9.2 Procedure
2.10 P-27
2.10.1 Contents
2.10.2 Procedure
2.11 P-33
2.11.1 Contents
2.11.2 Procedure
3. TROUBLE CODE
3.1 Display procedure
3.2 Trouble resetting procedure
3.2.1 Trouble resetting procedure by Trouble Reset key
3.2.2 Trouble resetting procedure by the auto cancel function
3.2.3 Trouble resetting procedure by remote operation
3.3 Trouble isolation function
3.4 List of the trouble code
3.5 C0###
3.5.1 C0002
3.5.2 C0106
3.5.3 C0107
3.5.4 C0108
3.5.5 C0109
3.5.6 C0202
3.5.7 C0204
3.5.8 C0206
3.5.9 C0208
3.5.10 C0210
3.5.11 C0211
3.5.12 C0214
3.6 C1###
3.6.1 C1004
3.6.2 C1081
3.6.3 C1102
3.6.4 C1103
3.6.5 C1105
3.6.6 C1106
3.6.7 C1109
3.6.8 C1112
3.6.9 C1113
3.6.10 C1114
3.6.11 C1115
3.6.12 C1132
3.6.13 C1140
3.6.14 C1141
3.6.15 C1144
3.6.16 C1145
3.6.17 C1156
3.6.18 C1182
3.6.19 C1184
3.6.20 C1195
3.6.21 C1196
3.6.22 C1197
3.6.23 C11A1
3.6.24 C11A2
3.6.25 C11E1
3.6.26 C1402
3.7 C2###
3.7.1 C2152, C2153, C2154, C2155, C2156
3.7.2 C2253, C2254
3.7.3 C2355
3.7.4 C2414
3.7.5 C2551, C2553, C2555, C2557
3.7.6 C2552, C2554, C2556, C2558
3.7.7 C2559, C255A, C255B, C255C
3.7.8 C2561, C2562, C2563, C2564
3.7.9 C2650
3.7.10 C2A11, C2A12, C2A13, C2A14
3.8 C3###
3.8.1 C3201, C3202
3.8.2 C3302
3.8.3 C3425
3.8.4 C3722, C3725, C3726
3.8.5 C3731
3.8.6 C3825, C3826
3.8.7 C3922, C3925, C3926
3.8.8 C392B
3.9 C4###
3.9.1 C40A1, C40A2, C40A3, C40A4, C40C3, C40C5
3.9.2 C4101
3.9.3 C4501
3.10 C5###
3.10.1 C5102, C5103
3.10.2 C5351
3.10.3 C5360
3.10.4 C5372
3.10.5 C5501
3.10.6 C5601
3.10.7 C5605, C5606
3.10.8 C5610
3.11 C6###
3.11.1 C6102, C6103
3.11.2 C6704
3.11.3 C6751
3.11.4 C6752
3.11.5 C6756
3.11.6 C6F01
3.12 C8###
3.12.1 C8101
3.12.2 C8107
3.12.3 C8401
3.13 C9###
3.13.1 C9401, C9402
3.14 CA###
3.14.1 CA051, CA052, CA053
3.15 CC###
3.15.1 CC140
3.15.2 CC151, CC152
3.15.3 CC155
3.15.4 CC156
3.15.5 CC15B
3.15.6 CC163
3.15.7 CC164
3.15.8 CC170, CC171, CC172, CC173, CC174, CC180, CC181, CC182, CC183, CC184, CC185, CC186
3.15.9 CC190
3.15.10 CC191
3.15.11 CC211
3.15.12 CC212
3.15.13 CC213
3.15.14 CC214
3.15.15 CC216
3.15.16 CC301
3.15.17 CC302
3.16 CD###
3.16.1 CD002
3.16.2 CD004, CD00F, CD020
3.16.3 CD010
3.16.4 CD011
3.16.5 CD012
3.16.6 CD030
3.16.7 CD041, CD042, CD043, CD044, CD045, CD046
3.16.8 CD047, CD048, CD049, CD04A, CD04B
3.16.9 CD050
3.16.10 CD110
3.16.11 CD201, CD202, CD203
3.16.12 CD211, CD212
3.16.13 CD241, CD242
3.16.14 CD261
3.16.15 CD262
3.16.16 CD271
3.16.17 CD272
3.16.18 CD390
3.16.19 CD391
3.16.20 CD392
3.16.21 CD3A0
3.16.22 CD3C0
3.16.23 CD401, CD402, CD403, CD404, CD405, CD406, CD407, CD411, CD412, CD413
3.16.24 CD601, CD602, CD603
3.16.25 CD701, CD702, CD703
3.16.26 CD704
3.16.27 CD705, CD706
3.16.28 CDC##
3.16.29 CDF50, CDF70, CDFA0
3.17 CE###
3.17.1 CE001, CE003, CE004, CE005, CE006, CE007, CE009
3.17.2 CE002
3.17.3 CE101
3.17.4 CE201
3.17.5 CE301, CE302, CE303, CE304, CE305
3.17.6 CED01
3.17.7 CEEE1, CEEE3
3.17.8 CEEE2
4. ABORT CODE
4.1 Troubleshooting of the abort code
4.1.1 Contents
4.1.2 Procedure
4.2 CF0##
4.3 CF1##
4.4 CF2##
4.5 CF3##
4.6 CF4##
4.7 CF5##
4.8 CF6##
4.9 CF7##
4.10 CF8##
4.11 CF9##
4.12 CFA##
4.13 CFB##
4.13.1 CFB0#
4.13.2 CFB1#
4.13.3 CFB2#
4.13.4 CFB3#
4.13.5 CFB9#
4.13.6 CFBA#
4.13.7 CFBD#
4.13.8 CFBE#
4.13.9 CFBF#
4.14 CFC##
4.14.1 CFC0#
4.14.2 CFC1#
4.14.3 CFC2#
4.14.4 CFC3#
4.14.5 CFC4#
4.14.6 CFCE#
4.14.7 CFCF#
4.15 CFD##
4.15.1 CFD0#
4.15.2 CFD1#
4.15.3 CFD6#
4.15.4 CFD7#
4.15.5 CFD8#
4.15.6 CFD9#
4.15.7 CFDF#
4.16 CFE##
4.16.1 CFE0#
4.16.2 CFE1#
4.16.3 CFE3#
4.16.4 CFE4#
4.16.5 CFE5#
4.16.6 CFE6#
4.16.7 CFE7#
4.16.8 CFEC#
4.16.9 CFED#
4.16.10 CFEE#
4.17 CFF##
4.17.1 CFF0#
4.17.2 CFF1#
4.17.3 CFF2#
4.17.4 CFF3#
4.17.5 CFF4#
4.17.6 CFFA#
4.17.7 CFFB#
5. ERROR CODE FOR THE INTERNET ISW
5.1 Error code list for the Internet ISW
5.2 0x0#
5.3 0x1#
5.4 0x2#
6. CS Remote Care ERROR CODE
6.1 Troubleshooting for CS Remote Care
6.2 CS Remote Care Operation under Enhanced Security Mode
6.3 List of the CS Remote Care error code
6.3.1 When connecting by modem
6.3.2 When connecting by e-mails
6.3.3 When connecting by http
6.3.4 When connecting by Fax modem
7. NETWORK ERROR CODE
7.1 Display procedure
7.1.1 IEEE802.1X, E-Mail/Internet Fax, WebDAV client
7.1.2 Other network error
7.2 IEEE802.1X
7.3 LDAP
7.4 E-Mail/Internet Fax
7.5 FTP transmission
7.6 SMB transmission
7.7 SMTP transmission
7.8 WebDAV transmission
7.9 SMB browsing
7.10 User authentication
7.11 WebDAV client/Remote panel (Response reception)
7.12 WebDAV client/Remote panel (Request sending)
7.13 WSD scan
7.14 Bluetooth
7.15 GSS-API
7.16 Scan server transmission
7.17 Wireless LAN (WPS)
7.18 Cloud connection
8. FAX TROUBLE CODE
The error in the transmission/reception system
8.1 B0##
8.2 B11#
8.3 B12#
8.4 B13#
8.5 B14#
8.6 B15#
8.7 B16#
8.8 B17#
8.9 B18#
8.10 B19#
8.11 T0#
8.12 T1#
8.13 T2#
8.14 T3#
8.15 T4#
8.16 T5#
8.17 T6#
8.18 T7#
8.19 T8#
8.20 T9#
8.21 R0#
8.22 R1#
8.23 R2#
8.24 R3#
8.25 R4#
8.26 R5#
8.27 R6#
8.28 R7#
8.29 R8#
8.30 R9#
8.31 Other
9. DIAGNOSTIC CODES
9.1 Outline
9.2 Explanation
9.2.1 The diagnostic code
9.2.2 Information of communication results and conditions
10. NETWORK FAX ERROR CODE
10.1 Error code list of the transmission system
10.2 Error code list of the reception system
11. Open API RELATED TROUBLE
11.1 Outline
11.2 Types of Trouble
11.3 Solution
11.3.1 When using an application
11.3.2 After rewriting the firmware of the machine
12. TROUBLES THAT DO NOT DISPLAY THE TROUBLE CODE
12.1 Machine is not energized at all (DCPU operation check)
12.1.1 Contents
12.1.2 Procedure
12.2 Fusing heaters do not operate
12.2.1 Contents
12.2.2 Procedure
12.3 Power is not supplied to option
12.3.1 DF-628
12.3.2 PC-114/PC-214/PC-414
12.3.3 FS-533/FS-534/FS-534SD
13. OTHER TROUBLE
13.1 Firmware error warning
13.1.1 Action
13.2 HDD lock password error warning
13.2.1 Detection timing
13.2.2 Action
14. TROUBLESHOOTING OF i-Option
14.1 Structure of license management
14.2 License management information
14.3 Error message
14.3.1 License management error
15. IMAGE QUALITY PROBLEM
15.1 How to read element data
15.1.1 Table Number
15.1.2 Level History 1
15.1.3 Level History 2
15.2 Troubleshooting procedure overview
15.2.1 Test pattern printing
15.2.2 Self-diagnostic function
15.3 Corrective action procedure
15.3.1 Image trouble sample illustrations
15.3.2 White line 1, White band 1, Color line 1, Color band 1
15.3.3 White line 2, White band 2, Color line 2, Color band 2
15.3.4 Uneven density 1
15.3.5 Uneven density 2
15.3.6 Faint image, low image density (ID lowering)
15.3.7 Gradation reproduction failure
15.3.8 Color reproducibility error
15.3.9 Incorrect color image registration
15.3.10 Foggy background
15.3.11 Void areas, White spots
15.3.12 Color spot
15.3.13 Blurred image
15.3.14 Back marking
15.3.15 Blank copy, Black copy
15.3.16 Uneven pitch
15.3.17 Uneven gloss, Rough gloss
15.3.18 Poor fusing performance, Offset
15.3.19 Brush effect, Image bleeding
15.3.20 Blurred fine lines
15.3.21 Moire
15.3.22 Skewed image
15.3.23 Distorted image
15.3.24 ACS malfunction
15.3.25 Abnormal image
16. IC PROTECTOR
16.1 Outline
16.2 IC protector list
16.2.1 bizhub C287/C227
16.2.2 DF-628
16.2.3 JS-506
16.2.4 FS-534
16.2.5 SD-511
16.2.6 FS-533
16.2.7 PK-519

L) PARTS/CONNECTOR LAYOUT DRAWING
1. PARTS LAYOUT DRAWING
1.1 bizhub C287/C227
1.1.1 Scanner section
1.1.2 Front side
1.1.3 Back side
1.1.4 Left side
1.1.5 Right side
1.1.6 Manual bypass tray
1.1.7 Tray 1
1.1.8 Tray 2
1.1.9 Fusing/paper exit section
1.1.10 Duplex section
1.2 DF-628 (Option)
1.3 PC-114 (Option)
1.3.1 Board/switch/sensor/others
1.3.2 Load
1.4 PC-214 (Option)
1.4.1 Board/switch/sensor/others
1.4.2 Load
1.5 PC-414 (Option)
1.5.1 Board/switch/sensor/others
1.5.2 Load
1.6 JS-506 (Option)
1.7 FS-534 (Option)
1.8 PK-520 (Option)
1.9 SD-511 (Option)
1.10 FS-533 (Option)
1.11 PK-519 (Option)
1.12 CU-101 (Option)
1.13 MK-603 (Option)
2. CONNECTOR LAYOUT DRAWING
2.1 BOARD CONNECTOR LAYOUT DRAWING
2.1.1 bizhub C287/C227
2.1.2 DF control board (DFCB)
2.1.3 PC control board (PCCB)
2.1.4 JS control board (JSCB)
2.1.5 FS control board (FSCB)
2.1.6 SD drive board (SDDB)
2.1.7 Stapler relay board (STREYB)
2.1.8 PK control board (PKCB)
2.1.9 Clean unit drive board (CUDB)
2.2 RELAY CONNECTOR LAYOUT DRAWING
2.2.1 bizhub C287/C227

M) TIMING CHART
1. Bizhub C287/C227
1.1 Timing chart when color printing
2. FS-534/SD-511
2.1 Shift mode
2.1.1 Operating conditions
2.1.2 Timing chart
2.2 Center staples mode
2.2.1 Operating conditions
2.2.2 Timing chart

N) WIRING DIAGRAM
1. Bizhub C287/C227
1.1 Main body
2. Option
2.1 DF-628
2.1.1 DF-628
2.2 PC-114
2.2.1 PC-114
2.3 PC-214
2.3.1 PC-214
2.4 PC-414
2.4.1 PC-414
2.5 FS-533
2.5.1 FS-533
2.6 FS-534
2.7 SD-511
2.8 JS-506
2.8.1 JS-506

O) THEORY OF OPERATION bizhub C287/C227
1. INTERFACE SECTION
1.1 Front side / Right side
1.2 Rear side / left side
2. SCANNER SECTION
2.1 Configuration
2.1.1 Scan-IR unit
2.2 Drive
2.3 Operation
2.3.1 Scan-IR unit
2.3.2 When the power turns ON
2.3.3 Control when the Start key is pressed
2.3.4 Original scanning area
2.3.5 Original size detection control
2.3.6 Original exchange detection control
2.3.7 Image processing
3. WRITE SECTION (PH SECTION)
3.1 Configuration
3.2 Operation
3.2.1 Outline
3.2.2 Laser exposure process
3.2.3 Laser emission timing
3.2.4 Laser emission stop
3.2.5 Laser emission area
3.2.6 Color registration control (color shift correction) system
3.2.7 Color skew correction control
3.2.8 Skew adjustment/skew adjustment reset
3.2.9 PH unit temperature detection control
3.2.10 PH window cleaning
3.2.11 Image processing
4. PHOTO CONDUCTOR SECTION
4.1 Configuration
4.2 Drive
4.3 Operation
4.3.1 Photo conductor drive mechanism
4.3.2 Erase LED control
4.3.3 Photo conductor cleaning
4.3.4 Electrostatic charger control
4.3.5 Charging roller cleaning
4.3.6 Unit detection
4.3.7 Unit life detection
4.3.8 Number of field standard printed pages
5. DEVELOPING SECTION
5.1 Configuration
5.2 Drive
5.2.1 Developing section/K drive mechanism
5.2.2 Developing section/Y, M, C drive mechanism
5.3 Operation
5.3.1 Developing unit/K pressure/releases mechanism
5.3.2 Developer flow
5.3.3 Auto refining developing system
5.3.4 Developing bias
5.3.5 Toner scattering prevention
5.3.6 Developing cooling
5.3.7 Toner density control
5.3.8 Unit detection
5.3.9 Unit life detection
5.3.10 Number of field standard printed pages
6. TONER SUPPLY SECTION
6.1 Configuration
6.2 Drive
6.2.1 Toner cartridge drive
6.2.2 Toner hopper drive
6.3 Operation
6.3.1 Toner replenishing overview
6.3.2 Toner replenishing from toner cartridge to toner hopper
6.3.3 Toner replenishing from toner hopper to developing unit
6.3.4 Auxiliary toner replenishing control for toner hopper
6.3.5 Auxiliary toner replenishing control for developing unit
6.3.6 Toner spillage prevention shutter
6.3.7 Toner cartridge cooling mechanism
6.3.8 Front door mechanism
6.3.9 Toner cartridge detection
6.3.10 Toner cartridge life detection
7. 1ST TRANSFER SECTION
7.1 Configuration
7.2 Drive
7.3 Operation
7.3.1 Transfer belt drive
7.3.2 1st transfer roller control
7.3.3 Pressure/retraction control by print mode
7.3.4 1st transfer control
7.3.5 Transfer belt cleaning
7.3.6 Waste toner spillage prevention shutter
7.3.7 Transfer belt cooling
7.3.8 Cleaning blade foreign matter removal control
7.3.9 Transfer belt new article detection
7.3.10 Transfer belt life detection
8. 2ND TRANSFER SECTION
8.1 Configuration
8.2 Drive
8.3 Operation
8.3.1 2nd transfer control
8.3.2 Control of toner application to transfer roller
8.3.3 Transfer roller cleaning
8.3.4 Charge neutralization and separation of paper
8.3.5 Paper winding prevention guide
8.3.6 Transfer roller new article detection
8.3.7 Transfer roller life detection
9. TONER COLLECTING SECTION
9.1 Configuration
9.2 Drive
9.3 Operation
9.3.1 Waste toner box drive mechanism
9.3.2 Control of waste toner conveyance through waste toner box
9.3.3 Waste toner box-in-position detection
9.3.4 Waste toner box full detection
9.3.5 Waste toner box new article detection
9.3.6 Waste toner spillage prevention shutter
10. PAPER FEED SECTION (MANUAL BYPASS TRAY)
10.1 Configuration
10.2 Drive
10.3 Operation
10.3.1 Up/down control
10.3.2 Paper feed control
10.3.3 Paper size detection control
10.3.4 Paper empty detection control
11. PAPER FEED SECTION
11.1 Configuration
11.1.1 Tray 1
11.1.2 Tray 2
11.2 Drive
11.2.1 Drive
11.2.2 Layout of sensors and rollers
11.3 Operation
11.3.1 Up/down control
11.3.2 Paper feed control
11.3.3 Paper size detection control
11.3.4 Remaining paper detection control
11.3.5 Paper empty detection control
11.3.6 Paper feed tray locking mechanism
11.3.7 Pick-up roller retract mechanism
11.3.8 Separation roller retract mechanism
11.3.9 Tray detachment mechanism
11.3.10 Heater HT-509
12. VERTICAL TRANSPORT SECTION
12.1 Configuration
12.2 Drive
12.3 Operation
12.3.1 Vertical transport control
12.3.2 Transport clutch control
12.3.3 Operation timing
12.3.4 Right door mechanism
13. REGISTRATION SECTION
13.1 Configuration
13.2 Drive
13.3 Operation
13.3.1 Registration control
14. FUSING SECTION
14.1 Configuration
14.2 Drive
14.3 Operation
14.3.1 Fusing speed correction
14.3.2 Fusing pressure/retraction mechanism
14.3.3 Paper separation mechanism
14.3.4 Fusing belt deformation prevention control
14.3.5 Fusing temperature control
14.3.6 Smart fusing control
14.3.7 Protection from abnormal temperatures
14.3.8 Fusing PPM control
14.3.9 Fusing unit new article detection
14.3.10 Fusing unit life detection
15. PAPER EXIT/REVERSE SECTION
15.1 Configuration
15.1.1 Standard form
15.1.2 When the mount kit (MK-603) is mounted
15.2 Drive
15.2.1 Standard form
15.2.2 When the mount kit (MK-603) is mounted
15.3 Operation
15.3.1 Transport control
15.3.2 Paper cooling mechanism
15.3.3 Air filtering system
16. DUPLEX SECTION
16.1 Configuration
16.2 Drive
16.3 Operation
16.3.1 Paper transport control
16.3.2 Duplex circulation control
17. IMAGE STABILIZATION CONTROL
17.1 Overview
17.2 Description of control
17.2.1 IDC sensor adjustment control
17.2.2 Max. density adjustment control
17.2.3 LD intensity adjustment control
17.2.4 Color registration control (color shift correction)
17.2.5 Gamma correction control
17.3 Control contents
17.3.1 Image stabilization type (mode)
17.3.2 Control sequence by mode
17.4 Operation timing
17.4.1 Predrive operation
17.4.2 During a print cycle
17.4.3 Service Mode
17.4.4 Expert Adjustment
18. IMAGE PROCESSING
18.1 Scanner section image processing block diagram
18.2 Write section image processing block diagram
19. POWER SUPPLY SECTION
19.1 Main power switch
19.2 Power key
19.2.1 Configuration
19.2.2 Operation
19.3 Power cables
20. FAN CONTROL
20.1 Configuration
20.1.1 Front view
20.1.2 Rear view
20.2 Function
20.3 Control
21. COUNTER CONTROL
21.1 Operation
22. INDICATOR FUNCTION
22.1 Configuration
22.2 Control
22.2.1 Power key and Start key indicator section
22.2.2 Warning status indicator section
22.2.3 Operation status indicator section

PA THEORY OF OPERATION DF-628/SP-501
1. CONFIGURATION
1.1 Section configuration
1.2 Main electrical part configuration
1.2.1 Control board, motor
1.2.2 Sensor
1.2.3 Roller
2. PAPER PATH
2.1 1-sided paper path
2.2 2-sided paper path
3. DRIVE
3.1 Paper feed drive
3.2 Registration drive
3.3 Original reading drive
3.4 Original reading glass cleaning drive
4. OPERATION
4.1 Original feed section
4.1.1 Original set/empty detection
4.1.2 Original size detection mechanism
4.1.3 Pick-up roller up/down control
4.1.4 Original feed/separation control
4.2 Original registration section
4.2.1 Original registration outline
4.2.2 Original registration loop formation process
4.3 Original reading section
4.3.1 Transport mechanism
4.3.2 Original reading glass cleaning mechanism
4.3.3 Original reading roll pressure/release control
4.3.4 Original reading front guide
4.4 Original switchback/exit section
4.4.1 Original switchback exit mechanism
4.4.2 Switching mechanism for original switchback/exit
4.4.3 Switchback exit roll pressure/retraction control
4.4.4 Faxed original stamp function SP-501
4.5 Paper path operation
4.5.1 1-sided mode
4.5.2 2-sided mode
4.6 DF open/close detection
4.7 Original separation roller pressure switching mechanism

PB THEORY OF OPERATION PC-114/PC-214/HT-509
1. CONFIGURATION
1.1 Section configuration
1.1.1 PC-114
1.1.2 PC-214
1.2 Main electrical part configuration
2. PAPER PATH
2.1 PC-114
2.2 PC-214
3. DRIVE
3.1 PC-114
3.2 PC-214
4. OPERATION
4.1 Paper feed section
4.1.1 Paper feed drive mechanism
4.1.2 Paper lifting motion
4.2 Cassette section
4.2.1 Paper size detection
4.2.2 Paper tray stopper release mechanism
4.3 Caster lock mechanism
4.4 Heater HT-509
4.4.1 Function
4.4.2 Control

PC THEORY OF OPERATION PC-414/HT-509
1. CONFIGURATION
1.1 Section configuration
1.2 Main electrical part configuration
2. PAPER PATH
3. DRIVE
4. OPERATION
4.1 Paper feed section
4.1.1 Paper feed drive mechanism
4.2 Main tray section
4.2.1 Elevator tray up/down mechanism
4.2.2 Elevator tray lower limit detection
4.3 Sub tray section
4.3.1 Shifter drive mechanism
4.3.2 Shifter stop position detection
4.4 Remaining paper level display
4.5 Paper empty detection control
4.5.1 Main tray empty detection
4.5.2 Sub tray empty detection
4.6 Caster lock mechanism
4.7 Heater HT-509
4.7.1 Function
4.7.2 Control

PD THEORY OF OPERATION JS-506
1. OVERVIEW OF THE SEPARATOR
2. PAPER PATH
2.1 Paper feed to the exit tray
3. CONFIGURATION
3.1 Section configuration
3.2 Main electrical part configuration
4. DRIVE
4.1 Paper transport drive mechanism for exit tray 1
4.2 Paper transport drive mechanism for exit tray 2
4.3 Exit tray 2 shift drive mechanism
5. OPERATION
5.1 Exit tray 1
5.1.1 Paper transport
5.1.2 Paper full detection
5.1.3 Paper stopper mechanism
5.2 Exit tray 2
5.2.1 Paper transport
5.2.2 Paper shift mechanism
5.2.3 Paper full detection

PE THEORY OF OPERATION FS-533/PK-519
1. FINISHER OUTLINE
2. PAPER PATH
2.1 Sort offset mode/Group offset mode/Staple mode/Punch mode
2.2 Non sort mode/Non group mode/Non staple mode/Sort mode/Group mode/Punch mode
3. CONFIGURATION
3.1 Section configuration
3.1.1 Exterior view
3.1.2 Section configuration
3.2 Electrical part configuration
3.3 Main mechanical part configuration
3.4 Main roller configuration
4. UNIT OPEN/CLOSE SECTION
4.1 Unit lock mechanism
4.1.1 Finisher unit lock mechanism
4.1.2 Punch unit lock mechanism (PK-519)
5. PUNCH SECTION (PK-519)
5.1 Configuration
5.1.1 Punch kit type
5.2 Drive
5.3 Operation
5.3.1 Skew correction mechanism
5.3.2 Punch control
5.3.3 Punch holes switch control
5.3.4 Punch dust full detection control
6. TRANSPORT SECTION
6.1 Configuration
6.2 Drive
6.2.1 Drive outline
6.2.2 Paper conveyance/receiving roller section drive
6.2.3 Paper exit roller section drive
6.3 Operation
6.3.1 Paper conveyance/receiving roller section paper transport control
6.3.2 Paper exit roller section paper transport control
6.3.3 Paper exit roller up/down control
6.3.4 Paper exit roller/lower drive connecting control
7. ALIGNMENT SECTION
7.1 Configuration
7.2 Drive
7.2.1 Drive outline
7.2.2 Alignment roller section
7.2.3 Alignment tray section
7.3 Operation
7.3.1 Paper alignment overview
7.3.2 Paper alignment control (paper FD alignment)
7.3.3 Paper alignment control (paper CD alignment)
7.3.4 Alignment tray paper detect control
8. STAPLER SECTION
8.1 Configuration/Drive
8.1.1 Stapler drive section top view
8.2 Operation
8.2.1 Stapler positioning control
8.2.2 Stapling control
8.2.3 Staple empty detection control
8.2.4 Clogged staple detection control
9. RECEIVING SECTION
9.1 Configuration
9.2 Drive
9.2.1 Drive outline
9.2.2 Tray lift up section
9.2.3 Paper level detect section
9.2.4 Paper exit roller section
9.3 Operation
9.3.1 Paper exit paddle control
9.3.2 Paper exit tray lift up control
9.3.3 Paper level detect control

PF THEORY OF OPERATION FS-534/FS-534SD/RU-514/PK-520
1. FINISHER OUTLINE
2. PAPER PATH
2.1 Sub tray
2.2 Main tray
2.3 Saddle tray
2.4 3rd tray
3. CONFIGURATION
3.1 Section configuration
3.1.1 Exterior view
3.1.2 Section configuration
3.2 Main electrical part configuration
3.2.1 Control board, motor
3.2.2 Sensor
3.3 Main mechanical part configuration
3.3.1 Overall configuration
3.3.2 RU section (horizontal transport section)
3.3.3 Paper feed/transport section, Alignment section, Tray section
3.3.4 Punch section, Staple section, Exit section
3.3.5 Saddle section
3.4 Main roller configuration
4. FNS SECTION
4.1 Door open/close detection mechanism
4.1.1 Front door open/close detection mechanism
4.1.2 Upper door open/close detection mechanism
5. RU SECTION (RU-514)
5.1 Configuration
5.2 Drive
5.3 Operation
5.3.1 Paper transport control
5.3.2 RU section door open/close detection mechanism
5.3.3 3rd exit tray full detection mechanism
6. PUNCH SECTION (PK-520)
6.1 Configuration
6.1.1 Punch kit type
6.2 Drive
6.3 Operation
6.3.1 Skew correction mechanism
6.3.2 Puncher up/down status detection configuration
6.3.3 Punch operation noise suppression mechanism
6.3.4 Punch dust box full detection mechanism
7. TRANSPORT SECTION
7.1 Configuration
7.1.1 Paper path
7.1.2 Paper feed section – sub tray section
7.1.3 Paper feed section – main tray section
7.1.4 Main tray section – saddle section
7.2 Drive
7.2.1 FNS entry transport motor
7.2.2 FNS discharge motor
7.2.3 Receiving roller retraction motor
7.3 Operation
7.3.1 Paper path switching mechanism
7.3.2 Sub tray exit mechanism
7.3.3 Receiving roller section up/down function
7.3.4 Buffer control
8. ALIGNMENT SECTION
8.1 Configuration
8.1.1 Upper paddle section
8.1.2 Exit section
8.1.3 Stopper section (FD alignment section)
8.1.4 Alignment tray section (CD alignment section)
8.2 Drive
8.2.1 Drive outline
8.2.2 Upper paddle section
8.2.3 Exit section
8.2.4 Stopper section
8.2.5 Alignment tray section
8.3 Operation
8.3.1 Paper transport control in alignment section
9. STAPLER SECTION
9.1 Configuration/Drive
9.1.1 Configuration
9.1.2 Drive
9.2 Operation
9.2.1 Stapler positioning control
9.2.2 Stapling control
9.2.3 Staple empty detection control
9.2.4 Clogged staple detection control
10. RECEIVING SECTION
10.1 Configuration
10.1.1 Configuration outline
10.1.2 Main tray
10.1.3 Sub tray
10.1.4 3rd tray
10.1.5 Saddle tray
10.2 Drive
10.2.1 Main tray section
10.2.2 Sub tray section
10.2.3 3re tray section
10.2.4 Saddle tray section
10.3 Operation
10.3.1 Sub tray exit mechanism
10.3.2 Main tray paper level detection control
10.3.3 Main tray upper detection mechanism
10.3.4 Tray full detection mechanism
11. SADDLE SECTION
11.1 Configuration
11.2 Transport section
11.2.1 Drive
11.2.2 Paper transport
11.2.3 Curl cover
11.3 Alignment section
11.3.1 Drive
11.3.2 Alignment
11.3.3 Stopper guide
11.4 Stapler
11.4.1 Drive
11.4.2 Operation
11.5 Folding/Saddle stitching
11.5.1 Drive
11.5.2 Folding knife
11.6 Tri-folding
11.6.1 Drive
11.6.2 Tri-folding operation
11.7 Exit section
11.7.1 Drive
11.7.2 Paper exit

PG THEORY OF OPERATION AU-102/AU-201S
1. AU-102
1.1 Configuration
1.2 Operation
2. AU-201S
2.1 Configuration
2.2 Operation
2.3 Specifications

PH THEORY OF OPERATION EK-608/EK-609
1. EK-608
1.1 Configuration
1.2 Operation
2. EK-609
2.1 Configuration
2.2 Operation

PI THEORY OF OPERATION UK-212
1. CONFIGURATION
2. OPERATION
2.1 Outline
2.2 2nd network interface structure
2.2.1 Wired Only
2.2.2 Wireless Only
2.2.3 Wired+Wireless (Secondary Mode)
2.2.4 Wired+Wireless (Primary Mode)
2.2.5 Wired+Wireless (Wi-Fi Direct)
2.3 Operation on ErP Auto Power Off mode
2.3.1 Wired+Wireless (Secondary Mode)
2.3.2 Wired+Wireless (Primary Mode), Wired+Wireless (Wi-Fi Direct)
2.3.3 Setting for printer driver

PJ THEORY OF OPERATION FK-513
1. COMMUNICATION CONTROL
1.1 FIF bits of DIS, DTC and DCS
1.1.1 FIF data configuration list (DIS/DTC)
1.1.2 FIF data configuration list (DCS)
1.2 Modem fallback sequence
1.2.1 V17, V29, and V27 ter
1.2.2 V34 fallback
1.3 V8/V34 sequence
1.3.1 V34
1.3.2 Sample of a signal procedure at sending two pages
1.3.3 Procedure details
1.3.4 Common signal bit definition
1.3.5 Phase 2 (Probing)
1.3.6 Phase 3
1.3.7 Re-synchronization procedure / Startup procedure
1.3.8 Other
2. FUNCTION
2.1 Telephone function
2.1.1 TEL/FAX switching
2.2 F-code
2.2.1 Signal format
2.2.2 F-code confidential transmission
2.2.3 F-code bulletin board polling
2.2.4 F-code relay transmission
2.3 Transmission function
2.3.1 Original scan mode
2.4 Reception function
2.4.1 Reduction / division of reception
2.4.2 Cassette / paper selection
2.4.3 Compulsory memory reception
2.4.4 Closed reception (Junk FAX)

PK THEORY OF OPERATION CU-101/MK-748
1. CONFIGURATION
2. OPERATION
2.1 Exhaust control
2.2 Filter configuration
2.3 Airflow
2.4 Operation timing

S) LAYOUT DRAWINGS FOR RELATED PARTS BY EACH TROUBLE CODE
1. C0002
2. C0106
2.1 PC-114/PC-214
2.2 PC-414
3. C0107
3.1 PC-114/PC-214
3.2 PC-414
4. C0108
5. C0109
6. C0202
7. C0204
8. C0206
9. C0208
10. C0210
11. C0211
12. C0214
13. C1004, CC155, CD704
14. C1081
15. C1102
15.1 FS-533
15.2 FS-534/FS-534SD
16. C1103
16.1 FS-533
16.2 FS-534/FS-534SD
17. C1105
18. C1106
18.1 FS-533
18.2 FS-534/FS-534SD
19. C1109
19.1 FS-533
19.2 FS-534/FS-534SD
20. C1112
21. C1113
22. C1114
23. C1115
24. C1132
24.1 FS-533+PK-519
24.2 FS-534+PK-520/FS-534SD+PK-520
25. C1140
25.1 FS-533
25.2 FS-534/FS-534SD
26. C1141
27. C1144
28. C1145
29. C1156
30. C1182
31. C1184
32. C1195
33. C1196
34. C1197
35. C11A1
36. C11A2
37. C11E1
38. C1402
39. C2152, C2153, C2154, C2155, C2156
40. C2253, C2254
41. C2355
42. C2414, C2558, C255C, C2564
43. C2551
44. C2552, C2559, C2561, C2A11
45. C2553
46. C2554, C255A, C2562, C2A12
47. C2555
48. C2556, C255B, C2563, C2A13
49. C2557
50. C2650, CC163
51. C2A14
52. C3201, C3202
53. C3302
54. C3425
55. C3722, C3922
56. C3725, C3825, C3925
57. C3726, C3826, C3926
58. C3731
59. C392B
60. C40A1 – C40A4, C5372, C5601 – C5606, CA051 – CA053, CC151, CC152, CC170 – CC186, CC191 – CC216,
CD211 – CD242, CD401 – CD413, CD701 – CD703, CD705, CD706, CE001, CE003 – CE305, CEEE1, CEEE3
61. C4101
62. C4501, C5610
63. C5102, C5103
64. C5351
65. C5360
66. C5501
67. C6102, C6103
68. C6704, C6751, CDF50, CDF70, CDFA0
69. C6752
70. C6756
71. C6F01
72. C8101
73. C8107
74. C8401, CC156
75. C9401, C9402
76. CC15B
77. CC164, CD3A0
78. CC190, CD002, CD004, CD00F, CD020
79. CD010, CE002
80. CD011, CD012, CD030, CD041, CD042, CD043, CD044, CD045, CD046, CD047, CD048, CD049, CD04A, CD04B
81. CD050
82. CD201, CD202, CD203, CD271
83. CD261
84. CD272
85. CD392
86. CED01
87. CEEE2