Konica Minolta Bizhub Pro 1050 Bizhub Pro 1050e Bizhub Pro 1050P Bizhub Pro 1050eP Field Service Manual

Field Service Manual Konica Minolta Bizhub Pro 1050 Bizhub Pro 1050e Bizhub Pro 1050P Bizhub Pro 1050eP;
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OUTLINE
1. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
2. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
2.1 Type
2.2 Functions
2.3 Type of paper
2.4 Maintenance
2.5 Machine data
2.6 Operating environment

MAINTENANCE
3. PERIODIC CHECK
3.1 Life value
3.2 Schedule
3.3 Maintenance item
3.3.1 Main body
3.3.2 DF
3.3.3 PF
3.3.4 FD
3.3.5 LS
3.3.6 FS
3.3.7 SD
3.3.8 PB
3.3.9 RC
3.4 Replacement parts list
3.4.1 Main body
3.4.2 Option
3.4.3 Spot replacement parts list
3.5 Maintenance procedure
3.5.1 External section
3.5.2 Photo conductor section
3.5.3 Developing section
3.5.4 Toner supply section
3.5.5 Cleaning/toner recycle section
3.5.6 Paper feed section
3.5.7 Vertical conveyance section
3.5.8 ADU
3.5.9 Fusing section
3.5.10 Paper exit section
4. SERVICE
4.1 Service material list
4.2 Jig list
4.3 Materials
4.4 Mail remote notification system
4.4.1 Outline
4.4.2 Operating environments
4.4.3 Major functions
4.4.4 Initialization
4.4.5 Operating instructions of the mail remote notification system
4.4.6 Mail sending
5. FIRMWARE VERSION UP
5.1 ISW
5.1.1 Outline
5.1.2 Specifications
5.1.3 Installation of the ISWTrns
5.1.4 Usage of the ISWTrns
5.1.5 Error list
5.1.6 Troubleshooting
5.2 Internet ISW
5.2.1 Outline
5.2.2 Operating environment
5.2.3 Major functions
5.2.4 Initialization
5.2.5 Internet ISW using the Web Utilities
5.2.6 Notes for use
5.2.7 Internet ISW using the touch panel
5.2.8 Authentication of the proxy server in Internet ISW
6. OTHERS
6.1 Items not allowed to be disassembled and adjusted
6.1.1 Scanner section
6.1.2 CCD unit
6.1.3 Writing section
6.1.4 Developing unit
6.1.5 Transfer/separation charger unit
6.1.6 Main body (write position adjusting shaft)
6.2 List of parts to be disassembled and reassembled
6.3 Disassembling/reassembling procedure
6.3.1 Cover
6.3.2 Scanner section
6.3.3 Writing section
6.3.4 Paper feed section
6.3.5 Registration section
6.3.6 ADU
6.3.7 HDD
6.4 Commercially available parts
6.4.1 Status indicator light
6.4.2 Coin vendor
6.5 PCS corresponding parts
6.5.1 PCS corresponding parts
6.5.2 PCS corresponding parts list
6.5.3 Procedure for reinstallation
6.5.4 Periodic maintenance of the PCS corresponding parts
6.6 CMS corresponding parts
6.6.1 CMS corresponding parts
6.6.2 CMS corresponding parts list
6.6.3 CMS corresponding parts counter management

ADJUSTMENT/SETTING
7. HOW TO USE THE ADJUSTMENT / SETTING SECTION
7.1 Composition
8. LIST OF ADJUSTMENT ITEMS
9. UTILITY MODE
9.1 List of utility modes
10.SERVICE MODE
10.1 Setting method
10.1.1 Start and exit service mode
10.2 List of service mode
10.3 Machine adjustment
10.3.1 Tray adjustment
10.3.2 Magnification adjustment
10.3.3 Timing adjustment
10.3.4 Centering adjustment
10.3.5 Warp adjustment
10.3.6 Non-image area erase check
10.3.7 ADF adjustment
10.3.8 Recall standard data
10.4 Process adjustment
10.4.1 High voltage adjustment
10.4.2 Drum peculiarity adjustment
10.4.3 Drum peculiarity manual
10.4.4 User paper setting
10.4.5 Recall standard data
10.5 Counter
10.5.1 PM count
10.5.2 Data collection
10.5.3 Copy count of part
10.6 Machine condition
10.6.1 I/O check mode
10.7 List output
10.7.1 List output
10.8 Test mode
10.8.1 Test pattern output mode
10.8.2 Test pattern density
10.8.3 Running test mode
10.9 System setting
10.9.1 Software DIPSW setting
10.9.2 Telephone number setting
10.9.3 Serial number setting
10.9.4 Setting date input
10.10 ROM version
10.11 CS Remote Care
10.11.1 Outline
10.11.2 Setup procedure of the CS Remote Care
10.11.3 List of combinations of E-Mail CS Remote Care and Mail remote notification system
10.11.4 Detailed setup procedure
10.11.5 Software DIPSW setting for CS Remote Care
10.11.6 Mail address setting
10.11.7 Modem First Call
10.11.8 Receiving the initial connection mail
10.11.9 Setup confirmation
10.11.10 Maintenance call
10.11.11 Center call from manager
10.11.12 Confirm communication log
10.11.13 Initialization of RAM for CS Remote Care
10.11.14 Error code list
10.11.15 Troubleshooting
10.12 ISW
10.13 Finisher adjustment
10.13.1 Staple Finisher adjustment
10.13.2 Multi folder (hole-punch) adjustment
10.13.3 Multi folder (Fold) adjustment
10.13.4 Multi folder (PI) adjustment
10.13.5 Stacker adjustment
10.13.6 Saddle stitcher adjustment
10.13.7 Perfect binder adjustment
10.13.8 Recall standard data
10.14 Machine manager setting
10.14.1 Manager authentication
10.14.2 Machine manager password
10.15 CE Setting
10.15.1 CE authentication
10.15.2 CE password setting
10.16 IP HDD format
11.MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT
11.1 Paper feed section
11.1.1 Tray centering adjustment
11.1.2 Separation pressure adjustment
11.1.3 Pick-up roller load adjustment
11.1.4 Pick-up roller height adjustment
11.1.5 Paper feed pick-up amount adjustment
11.1.6 Paper lift plate skew adjustment
11.2 REGISTRATION SECTION
11.2.1 Registration roller paper skew adjustment
11.3 ADU section
11.3.1 Pre-transfer roller nip pressure adjustment
12.ADJUSTMENT FOR POD
12.1 Before using the adjustment for POD
12.2 The front and back registration
12.2.1 The front and back registration (printer)
12.2.2 The front and back registration (scanner)
12.2.3 The front and back registration (ADF)
12.2.4 The front and back registration by user (by paper brand)
12.2.5 The front and back registration by user (for fine adjustments)
12.3 Image density adjustment
12.3.1 Darken image density
12.3.2 Lighten image density
12.4 Transfer jitter adjustment
12.5 Overlay printing adjustment
12.6 User setting of each paper brand
12.7 Settings for feeding carbonless paper

TROUBLESHOOTING
13.JAM CODE
13.1 Jam code list
14.MALFUNCTION CODE
14.1 Malfunction code list
APPENDIX
15.ELECTRICAL PARTS LAYOUT DRAWING
15.1 Main body
15.2 DF-603
15.3 PF-701
15.4 FD-501
15.5 LS-501/502
15.6 FS-503
15.7 SD-501
15.8 PB-501
16.CONNECTOR LAYOUT DRAWING
16.1 Main body
16.2 DF-603
16.2.1 Connector in the board
16.3 PF-701
16.3.1 Connector in the board
16.4 FD-501
16.4.1 Connector in the board
16.5 LS-501/502
16.5.1 Connector in the board
16.6 FS-503
16.6.1 Connector in the board
16.7 SD-501
16.7.1 Connector in the board
16.8 PB-501
16.8.1 Connector in the board
17.TIMING CHART
17.1 Main body
17.2 DF-603
17.3 PF-701
17.4 FD-501
17.5 LS-501/502
17.6 FS-503
17.7 SD-501
17.8 PB-501
18.OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM
18.1 Main body 1/4
18.2 Main body 2/4
18.3 Main body 3/4
18.4 Main body 4/4
18.5 DF-603
18.6 PF-701
18.7 FD-501
18.8 LS-501/502
18.9 FS-503
18.10 SD-501 1/4
18.11 SD-501 2/4
18.12 SD-501 3/4
18.13 SD-501 4/4
18.14 PB-501 1/4
18.15 PB-501 2/4
18.16 PB-501 3/4
18.17 PB-501 4/4
19.PAPER SETTING
19.1 Relationship between the optimum value and the control of each of setting items by paper brand (U.S.A. paper) (for fusing hard roller)
19.2 Relationship between the optimum value and the control of each of setting items by paper brand (U.S.A. paper) (for fusing soft roller)
19.3 Relationship between the optimum value and the control of each of setting items by paper brand (European paper) (for fusing hard roller)
19.4 Relationship between the optimum value and the control of each of setting items by paper brand (European paper) (for fusing soft roller)
19.5 Conversion table of paper weight

Number of pages: 1365.