Konica Minolta Bizhub PRO 1100 Service Manual

Service Manual Konica Minolta Bizhub PRO 1100;
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Revision list
Bizhub PRO 1100 Version 2.0
Bizhub PRO 1100 Version 3.0

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
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. TRADEMARK
3.1 TRADEMARKS OF OTHER COMPANIES
3.2 OWN TRADEMARKS
4. ELECTRICAL PARTS AND SIGNALS
5. PAPER FEED DIRECTION

C) PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
1. bizhub PRO 1100
1.1 Type
1.2 Functions
1.3 Paper
1.3.1 Paper size
1.3.2 Paper weight
1.3.3 Type of paper
1.4 Recommended paper
1.4.1 Inch
1.4.2 Metric
1.5 Materials
1.6 Maintenance
1.7 Machine data
1.8 Operating environment
1.9 Note regarding the specifications
2. DF-702
2.1 Type
2.2 Function
2.3 Type of paper
2.4 Particular originals
2.5 Prohibited originals
2.6 Mixed original feed chart
2.7 Machine data
2.8 Operating environment
2.9 Note regarding the specifications
3. PF-709
3.1 Type
3.2 Functions
3.3 Type of paper
3.4 Machine data
3.5 Operating environment
3.6 Note regarding the specifications
4. LU-411/412
4.1 Type
4.2 Functions
4.3 Type of paper
4.4 Machine data
4.5 Operating environment
4.6 Note regarding the specifications
5. MB-507
5.1 Type
5.2 Function
5.3 Type of paper
5.4 Machine data
5.5 Operating environment
5.6 Note regarding the specifications
6. RH-101
6.1 Type
6.2 Functions
6.3 Machine data
6.4 Operating environment
6.5 Note regarding the specifications
7. HD-523
7.1 Type
7.2 Functions
7.3 Machine data
7.4 Operating environment
7.5 Note regarding the specifications
8. MK-744
8.1 Type
8.2 Function
8.3 Machine data
8.4 Operating environment
8.5 Note regarding the specifications
9. OT-507
9.1 Type
9.2 Function
9.3 Type of paper
9.4 Machine data
9.5 Operating environment
9.6 Note regarding the specifications
10. ZU-608
10.1 Type
10.2 Functions
10.3 Type of paper
10.4 Machine data
10.5 Operating environment
10.6 Note regarding the specifications
11. FS-532
11.1 Type
11.2 Function
(1) Function
(2) Staple sheet
(3) Staple position
(4) Maximum tray capacity
11.3 Type of paper
11.3.1 Allowable amount of curling
11.4 Machine data
11.5 Operating environment
11.6 Note regarding the specifications
12. SD-510
12.1 Type
12.2 Functions
(1) Function
(2) Maximum tray capacity
(3) Performance
12.3 Type of paper
(1) Saddle stitching mode
(2) Half-Fold mode
(3) Tri-folding mode
(4) Allowable amount of curling
12.4 Machine data
12.5 Operating environment
12.6 Note regarding the specifications
13. PK-522
13.1 Type
13.2 Functions
13.3 Type of paper
13.4 Machine data
13.5 Operating environment
13.6 Note regarding the specifications
14. PI-502
14.1 Type
14.2 Functions
14.3 Type of paper
14.4 Machine data
14.5 Operating environment
14.6 Note regarding the specifications
15. MK-732
15.1 Type
15.2 Type of paper
15.3 Machine data
15.4 Operating environment
15.5 Note regarding the specifications
16. IC Unit
16.1 Type
16.2 Functions
16.3 Machine data
16.4 Operating environment
16.5 Note regarding the specifications
17. GP-501
17.1 Type
17.2 Modes of operation
17.3 Machine data
17.4 Software
17.5 Electronic
17.6 Inputs
(1) Media Input from Printer
(2) Power
17.7 Outputs
17.8 Performance
(1) Reliability
17.9 Operation environment, storage, transportation
17.10 Safety/Regulatory
(1) Safety Compliance
(2) Electromagnetic Compliance
17.11 Appendix A
17.12 Appendix B
17.13 Appendix C
17.14 Glossary of terms
18. GP-502
18.1 Type
18.2 Functions
(1) Function
(2) Binding sheets
(3) Book stock quantity
(4) Others
18.3 Type of paper
(1) Paper size
(2) Paper weight
(3) Type of paper
(4) Recommended paper
18.4 Performance specifications
(1) Input conditions
(2) Sticking specifications
(3) Book specifications
18.5 Materials
18.6 Machine data
18.7 Operating environment
18.8 Note regarding the specifications

D) OVERALL COMPOSITION
1. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
1.1 System configuration
1.2 Configuration for optional device
1.2.1 Combination of the main body and the paper feed option
1.2.2 Combination of the main body and the finisher option
2. MAIN BODY UNIT CONFIGURATION
3. PAPER PATH
4. CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM
5. IMAGE CREATION PROCESS
5.1 Image creation flow and functions
5.2 Charging process (Step 1)
5.3 LED exposure process (Step 2)
5.4 Developing process (Step 3)
5.5 Transfer process (Step 4)
5.6 Separation process (Step 5)
5.7 Toner neutralizing (Sub step 1)
5.8 Drum cleaning (Sub step 2)
5.9 Exposure before charging (Sub step 3)
5.10 Transfer belt cleaning (Sub step 4)
5.11 Toner collection (Sub step 5)
6. IMAGE CREATION CONTROL
7. PROCESS SPEED

E) SERVICE TOOL
1. bizhub PRO 1100
1.1 Service material list
1.1.1 Service material list
1.2 Jig list
1.2.1 Jig list
1.3 Mail remote notification system
1.3.1 Outline
1.3.2 Operating environment
1.3.3 Major functions
1.3.4 Initial setting
1.3.5 Operating instructions of the mail remote notification system
1.3.6 Mail sending
1.4 Machine setting data Import
1.4.1 Outline
1.5 Job history list
1.5.1 Outline
1.5.2 Major functions
1.5.3 Setting method
1.6 Counter list acquisition using USB memory
1.6.1 Outline
1.6.2 List that can be acquired
1.6.3 Acquisition method
1.7 Panel log
1.7.1 Outline
1.7.2 Log acquisition method
1.8 Machine state log store
1.8.1 Outline
1.8.2 Log acquisition
1.9 Utility (IC card information setting tool)
1.9.1 IC card information setting tool of the AU-201S card reader
1.10 Service assistant tool
1.10.1 Outline
1.10.2 Major functions
1.10.3 Operating instructions of the service assistant tool
1.10.4 About the handling of tool
1.11 CS Remote Analysis
1.11.1 Outline
1.11.2 Function
1.11.3 Setup method
1.11.4 Login method
1.11.5 How to use
1.12 Paper profile
1.12.1 Outline
1.12.2 Operation workflow
1.12.3 How to use

F) PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE
1. MAINTENANCE ITEM
1.1 Maintenance item
1.1.1 Maintenance types
1.1.2 Replacing procedure of the periodical replacement parts
1.1.3 Condition of the count
1.2 bizhub PRO 1100
1.2.1 Prerequisite
1.2.2 Periodical maintenance
1.2.3 Spot maintenance
1.3 DF-702
1.3.1 Spot Maintenance
1.4 PF-709
1.4.1 Periodical maintenance
1.4.2 Spot maintenance
1.5 LU-411/412
1.5.1 PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE
1.5.2 Spot maintenance
1.6 MB-507
1.6.1 Spot maintenance
1.7 OT-507
1.7.1 Spot Maintenance
1.8 ZU-608
1.8.1 Periodical maintenance
1.8.2 Spot maintenance
1.9 FS-532
1.9.1 PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE
1.9.2 Spot maintenance
1.10 SD-510
1.10.1 PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE
1.10.2 Spot maintenance
1.11 PK-522
1.11.1 PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE
1.12 PI-502
1.12.1 PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE
1.12.2 Spot maintenance
1.13 MK-732
1.13.1 PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE
1.14 GP-501
1.14.1 Periodical maintenance
1.14.2 Spotted replacement
1.15 GP-502
1.15.1 Periodical maintenance
1.15.2 Spotted replacement
2. PERIODICALLY REPLACED PARTS LIST
2.1 Periodical replacement parts
2.2 bizhub PRO 1100
2.3 DF-702
2.3.1 Spotted replacement parts list
2.4 PF-709
2.4.1 Spotted replacement parts list
2.5 LU-411/412
2.5.1 Spotted replacement parts list
2.6 MB-507
2.6.1 Spotted replacement parts list
2.7 OT-507
2.7.1 Spotted replacement parts list
2.8 ZU-608
2.8.1 Spotted replacement parts list
2.9 FS-532
2.9.1 Spotted replacement parts list
2.10 SD-510
2.10.1 Spotted replacement parts list
2.11 PI-502
2.11.1 Spotted replacement parts list
2.12 GP-501
2.12.1 Spotted replacement parts list
2.13 GP-502
2.13.1 Spotted replacement parts list
3. LIFE VALUE
3.1 Life value of materials/parts
3.2 Life value determining condition
4. PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE bizhub PRO 1100
4.1 Precautions on maintenance
4.2 External section
4.2.1 Replacing the ozone filter/1
4.2.2 Replacing the ozone filter/2
4.2.3 Replacing the charging filter and the filter plate
4.3 Photo conductor section
4.3.1 Removing/reinstalling the photo conductor section
4.3.2 Replacing the charger unit
4.3.3 Replacing the charger control plate
4.3.4 Replacing the charging wire and the vibration proof rubber
4.3.5 Replacing the charger cleaning assy and the C-clip
4.3.6 Cleaning the LPH lens
4.3.7 Replacing the drum temperature sensor (TH5)
4.3.8 Replacing the drum/cleaning of the photo conductor section
4.3.9 Replacing the drum separation claw
4.3.10 Replacing the drum fixing spring and the drum positioning collar
4.4 Developing section
4.4.1 Replacing the developing suction filter
4.4.2 Replacing the developing suction seal/2 and /5, the suction pad/H, and the stopper pad/1 and /2
4.4.3 Cleaning of the developing unit
4.4.4 Replacing the developing unit
4.4.5 Replacing the developer
4.5 Toner supply/collection section
4.5.1 Replacing/cleaning of the toner bottle
4.5.2 Replacing the waste toner box
4.5.3 Replacing the agitator plate assy
4.5.4 Replacing the intermediate hopper motor (M11)
4.5.5 Replacing the toner bottle motor (M6)
4.5.6 Replacing the hopper agitator motor (M10)
4.6 Cleaning section
4.6.1 Removing/reinstalling the cleaning section
4.6.2 Replacing the drum scraper assy and the scatter preventive filter assy
4.6.3 Replacing the drum cleaning blade
4.6.4 Cleaning/replacing the cleaning guide
4.6.5 Cleaning and replacing the drum cleaning brush, the scattering prevention felt, the side plate assy/Fr and the side plate
assy/Rr
4.6.6 Replacing the drum cleaning gear assy/Rr, the drum cleaning gear/3, the drum cleaning shaft scraper assy and the
drum cleaning shaft
4.6.7 Replacing the discharging unit, the discharging wire and the vibration proof rubber
4.6.8 Cleaning when removing the cleaning unit (when conducting maintenance work)
4.7 Paper feed section
4.7.1 Removing/reinstalling the pick-up roller assembly/separation roller assembly
4.7.2 Replacing the pick-up roller and the paper feed roller
4.7.3 Replacing the separation roller
4.7.4 Replacing the torque limiter/1 and /2 , and the cover/1 and /2
4.7.5 Removing/reinstalling the tray
4.7.6 Replacing the paper feed clutch
4.7.7 Replacement procedure of the parts at the separation section
4.8 Vertical conveyance section
4.8.1 Removing/reinstalling the vertical conveyance unit
4.8.2 Replacing the pre-registration clutch/vertical conveyance clutch
4.8.3 Cleaning/replacing the pre-registration rollers/1 and /2, the pre-registration bearing/1 and /2, the conveyance rollers/2
and /3, and the Vertical conveyance torque limiter
4.8.4 Replacing the conveyance pulley and the conveyance belt/A
4.8.5 Cleaning and replacing the vertical conveyance roller/1 and the paper feed gear/B
4.8.6 Replacing the vertical conveyance exit roller peripheral parts
4.8.7 Replacing the paper dust removing brush and the paper dust brush holder
4.8.8 Cleaning of the paper dust brush holder
4.9 Duplex section
4.9.1 Pulling out/reinstalling the duplex section
4.9.2 Cleaning of the paper fur brush for the registration roller/Lw
4.9.3 Cleaning of the paper fur brush for the registration roller/Up
4.9.4 Cleaning of the registration sensor
4.9.5 Cleaning the paper stay sensor/1
4.9.6 Cleaning the paper stay sensor/2
4.9.7 Cleaning the ADU reverse sensor/2
4.9.8 Removing/reinstalling the transfer belt unit
4.9.9 Replacing the transfer belt, the transfer roller, the transfer roller bearing and the transfer electrode plate
4.9.10 Replacing the transfer earth plate
4.9.11 Cleaning the drive roller, the driven roller, the rear nip roller and the tension roller
4.9.12 Removing/reinstalling the duplex section cover
4.9.13 Removing/reinstalling the registration section
4.9.14 Replacing the registration roller/Up, the registration roller bearing/Up, the registration roller gear, the registration gear/
Up and /Lw
4.9.15 Replacing the paper lift sheet
4.9.16 Replacing the pre-transfer driven roller assy
4.9.17 Cleaning/replacing the loop driven roller
4.9.18 Replacing the transfer belt cleaning unit
4.9.19 Replacing the transfer belt cleaning brush, the transfer belt cleaning shaft, the registration plate assy and the cleaning
shaft electrode plate
4.9.20 Replacing the registration motor (M17) and the registration motor gear
4.9.21 Replacing the loop motor (M18)
4.9.22 Replacing the ADU conveyance roller/5
4.9.23 Replacing the ADU reverse motor (M12) and the ADU reverse motor belt
4.9.24 Replacing the ADU conveyance motor/2 (M16) and the ADU conveyance motor belt/2
4.9.25 Replacing the ADU conveyance roller/3 and /4
4.9.26 Cleaning and replacing the reverse exit roller and the reverse exit motor belt
4.9.27 Cleaning and replacing the ADU accelerate motor (M14) and the ADU accelerate motor belt
4.9.28 Cleaning/replacing the ADU accelerate roller
4.9.29 Cleaning and replacing the paper exit conveyance roller/1, assy/2 and the ADU paper exit roller belt
4.9.30 Cleaning/replacing the ADU reverse roller
4.9.31 Replacing the transfer belt motor (M30)
4.9.32 Replacing the ADU conveyance motor/1 (M15) and the ADU conveyance motor belt/1
4.9.33 Cleaning/replacing the ADU conveyance roller/1 and /2
4.9.34 Replacing the transfer belt pressure release motor (M26)
4.9.35 Replacing the reverse exit motor (M13)
4.9.36 Replacing the reverse exit solenoid (SD7) and the de-curler solenoid/Up (SD8)
4.9.37 Removing/reinstalling the reverse/exit section
4.9.38 Replacing the reverse gate
4.9.39 Cleaning/replacing the fusing exit roller and the coupling unit
4.9.40 Replacing the de-curler motor (M32)
4.9.41 Cleaning/replacing the de-curler entrance roller
4.9.42 Replacing the de-curler belt/Up
4.9.43 Replacing the guide/Up
4.10 Fusing section
4.10.1 Replacing the fusing cleaning web
4.10.2 Removing/reinstalling the fusing section
4.10.3 Opening/closing of the web section
4.10.4 Replacing the neutralizing brush/2
4.10.5 Replacing the fusing heater lamp/1 (L1) and fusing heater lamp/2 (L2)
4.10.6 Replacing the fusing roller/Up, the heat insulating sleeve, the fusing bearing/Up and the fusing gear/2
4.10.7 Replacing the fusing roller assy/Lw
4.10.8 Cleaning/replacing the fusing cleaning sheet assy
4.10.9 Removing/reinstalling the fusing heating roller assembly
4.10.10 Replacing the fusing heater lamp/3 (L3)
4.10.11 Cleaning/replacing the fusing heating roller, the heat insulation sleeve/Lw and the heat roller bearing
4.10.12 Cleaning/replacing the fusing separating claw/Lw
4.10.13 Cleaning/replacing the fusing separating claw/Up
4.10.14 Replacing the fusing claws installation assy
4.10.15 Replacing the fusing temperature sensor/2 (TH2)
4.10.16 Replacing the fusing temperature sensor/4 (TH4)
4.10.17 Replacing the fusing cleaning roller, the fusing cleaning roller bearing, the bearing/G and the web regulating spring assy
4.10.18 Replacing the fusing oscillation cam assy
4.11 Paper exit section
4.11.1 Removing/reinstalling the paper exit section
4.11.2 Cleaning paper exit sensor (PS3)
4.11.3 Replacing the main body paper exit roller
4.12 Main body rear side
4.12.1 Replacing the fusing motor (M1) and the fusing gear
4.12.2 Replacing the drum motor (M2)
4.12.3 Replacing the drum cleaner motor (M35)
4.12.4 Replacing the developing motor (M3) and the developing screw motor (M21)
4.12.5 Replacing the transfer belt cleaning motor (M5) and the belt cleaning gear
4.12.6 Replacing the waste toner motor (M9)
4.12.7 Replacing the paper exit motor (M20)
4.12.8 Replacing the paper exit conveyance motor (M31)
4.12.9 Replacing the paper feed motor (M4), the paper feed gear, the vertical conveyance motor (M8) and the conveyance
gear
5. PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE DF-702
Periodical maintenance procedure DF-702
5.1 Paper feed section
5.1.1 Cleaning the pick-up roller and the paper feed roller
5.1.2 Cleaning the separation roller
5.1.3 Replace the pick-up roller and the paper feed roller
5.1.4 Replacing the separation roller, cleaning the separation roller shaft
5.2 Transport section
5.2.1 Cleaning of the miscellaneous rolls
5.2.2 Cleaning of the miscellaneous rollers
5.3 Scanning section
5.3.1 Cleaning the surface read guide
5.3.2 Cleaning the reflective sensor section
5.3.3 Back side read glass
5.3.4 Back side read guide and back side read shading shaft
6. PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE PF-709
6.1 Precautions on maintenance
6.2 Tray section
6.2.1 Cleaning the paper feed sensor/1 (PS3), /2 (PS7), /3 (PS11)
6.2.2 Removing and reinstalling the pick-up roller assy and the separation roller assy
6.2.3 Replacing the pick-up roller/1, /2, /3, paper feed roller/1, /2, /3
6.2.4 Replacing the separation roller/1, /2, /3
6.2.5 Replacing the paper fur brush/1, /2, /3
6.2.6 Replacing the paper feed clutch/1 (CL6), /2 (CL9), /3 (CL12), separation clutch/1 (CL7), /2 (CL10), /3 (CL13),
intermediate clutch/1 (CL8), /2 (CL11), /3 (CL14)
6.2.7 Replacing the torque limiter/1, /2, /3, cover/1, /2, /3
6.2.8 Replacing the idler shaft/1, /2, /3, bearing/E1, /E2, /E3
6.2.9 Replacing the input gear/1, /2, /3, bearing/C1, /C2, /C3, /D1, /D2, /D3, /E1, /E2, /E3, input shaft/1, /2, /3, reverse rotation
shaft/1, /2, /3, reverse input shaft/1, /2, /3
6.3 Conveyance section
6.3.1 Cleaning the paper exit roller, vertical conveyance roller/1, /3, intermediate conveyance roller/Up1, /Up2, /Lw1, /Lw2
F-187
6.3.2 Replacing the vertical conveyance clutch/1 (CL1), /2 (CL3), /3 (CL5), intermediate conveyance clutch/Up (CL2) and /Lw
(CL4)
6.3.3 Replacing the torque limiter/Up, /Lw
6.3.4 Replacing the vertical conveyance roller/1, /2, /3, vertical conveyance roller bearing/1, /2, /3
6.3.5 Replacing the intermediate conveyance roller/Up1, /Up2, /Lw1, /Lw2, intermediate conveyance roller bearing/Up, /Lw
F-192
6.3.6 Replacing the paper exit roller, paper exit roller bearing/Fr, /Rr
6.4 Drive section
6.4.1 Replacing the idler pulley/1, /2, /3, /4, paper feed pulley, pulley/P, shaft assy/C, /P, gear/C
6.4.2 Replacing the paper feed drive pulley
7. PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE LU-411/412
7.1 Precautions on maintenance
7.2 Paper feed section
7.2.1 Cleaning the paper dust removing brush
7.2.2 Cleaning the conveyance photo sensor
7.2.3 Removing/installing paper feed roller unit
7.2.4 Replacing the paper feed roller and pick-up roller
7.2.5 Replacing the separation roller and the torque limiter
7.2.6 Replacing paper feed clutch (CL101) /pre-registration clutch (CL102)
7.2.7 Replacing the pre-registration roller and the pre-registration bearing
7.2.8 Replacing paper feed idler gear/paper feed input gear
8. PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE MB-507
8.1 Precautions on maintenance
8.2 Bypass paper feed section
8.2.1 Replacing the paper feed clutch/BP (CL3) and lift clutch/BP
8.2.2 Replacing the paper feed roller/BP, separation roller/BP and pick-up roller/BP
8.2.3 Replacing the torque limiter/BP
8.2.4 Replacing the pre-registration clutch/BP (CL1) and up down motor/BP (M4)
8.2.5 Replacing the pre-registration roller/BP and pre-registration roller bearing/BP
8.3 Relay conveyance section
8.3.1 Cleaning the relay exit sensor/BP (PS4), relay conveyance sensor/BP1 (PS5) and relay conveyance sensor/BP2 (PS6)
8.3.2 Cleaning the conveyance guide
8.3.3 Replacing the paper lift sheet/BP
8.3.4 Replacing the intermediate conveyance roller/BP, conveyance torque limiter/BP and intermediate conveyance roller
bearing/BP
8.3.5 Replacing the intermediate conveyance clutch/BP (CL2)
8.3.6 Replacing the exit roller/BP and exit roller bearing/BP
9. PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE OT-507
9.1 Precautions on maintenance
9.2 Paper exit section
9.2.1 Replacing the paper exit roller
9.2.2 Cleaning the paper exit sensor
10. PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE ZU-608
10.1 Precautions on maintenance
10.2 Punch section
10.2.1 Replacing the punch scraps conveyance motor (M607)
10.2.2 Replacing the punch clutch (CL601)
11. PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE FS-532
11.1 Precautions on maintenance
11.2 Paper conveyance section
11.2.1 Lubricating the FNS entrance roller conveyance switching cam, the FNS entrance roller conveyance switching gate/Up
11.3 Stacker section
11.3.1 Replacing the paddle
11.3.2 Lubricating the stapler shaft and the rear stopper shaft
11.4 Stapler section
11.4.1 Replacing the stapler unit
11.5 Main tray section
11.5.1 Cleaning and lubricating the paper exit alignment plate shaft
12. PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE SD-510
12.1 Precautions on maintenance
12.2 Alignment section
12.2.1 Replacing the paddle/1, the paddle/2, and the paddle/3
12.3 Stapler section
12.3.1 Replacing the stapler unit
12.3.2 Cleaning and lubrication of the staple guide/Up and the staple guide/Lw
12.4 Half-fold/folding&staple/tri-folding section
12.4.1 Cleaning the folding roller/1, the folding roller/2
13. PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE PI-502
13.1 Precautions on maintenance
13.2 Paper feed section
13.2.1 Replacing the pick-up roller/Up and the paper feed roller/Up
13.2.2 Replacing the pick-up roller/Lw and the paper feed roller/Lw
13.2.3 Replacing the separation roller/Up and the torque limiter/Up
13.2.4 Replacing the separation roller/Lw and the torque limiter/Lw
13.2.5 Replacing the paper feed clutch/Up (CL201) and /Lw (CL202)
14. PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE GP-501
14.1 Caution for maintenance procedure
14.2 Die set service
14.2.1 Die set service
14.2.2 Die set life expectancy
14.2.3 Die set components
14.2.4 Checking and replacing the die set
14.2.5 Checking and lubricating the die set pins and die set shoulder bolts
14.2.6 Inspecting the hole alignment
14.3 Check, cleaning, and lubrication
14.3.1 Check, cleaning, and lubrication
14.3.2 External cleaning
14.3.3 Internal cleaning
14.3.4 Operational inspection
14.3.5 Internal inspection
14.3.6 Cleaning the base
14.3.7 Cleaning the die guide
14.3.8 Checking the door latch
14.3.9 Cleaning and checking the aligner paper path and panels
14.3.10 Cleaning and checking the aligner idler roller
14.3.11 Cleaning the aligner (green) drive belt
14.3.12 Cleaning and checking the back gauge solenoid
14.3.13 Cleaning and checking the idler rollers
14.3.14 Cleaning and checking the punch idler rollers
14.3.15 Cleaning and checking the drive rollers
14.3.16 Checking the aligner latch
14.3.17 Cleaning the optical sensors
14.3.18 Cleaning and checking the bypass paper path
14.3.19 Cleaning and checking the punch paper path
14.3.20 Cleaning and checking the timing belt
14.3.21 Bypass panel
14.3.22 Removing the bypass panel
14.3.23 Aligner panels
14.3.24 Removing the aligner panel
14.3.25 Replacing the aligner idler roller
14.3.26 Replacing the aligner drive belt
14.3.27 Cleaning and checking the energy drive roller
14.3.28 Replacing the back gauge mechanism
14.3.29 Removing the back gauge
14.3.30 Replacing the solenoid spring
14.3.31 Back gauge paddle
14.3.32 Adjusting the back gauge assembly
14.3.33 Punch module
14.3.34 Removing the punch module
14.3.35 Lubricating to the punch drive cams
14.3.36 Replacing the punch clutch
14.3.37 Replacing and adjusting the punch module brake
14.3.38 Replacing the punch module brake
14.3.39 Adjusting the punch module brake
14.3.40 Replacing the punch module motor
14.3.41 Replacing the punch module motor drive belt
14.3.42 Replacing the punch module drive roller
14.3.43 Replacing the belt
14.3.44 Tools
15. PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE GP-502

G) DISASSEMBLING/REASSEMBLING
1. ITEMS THAT YOU MUST NOT DISASSEMBLE
1.1 Items which you should not disassemble
1.2 Items that you must not disassemble
1.2.1 Screw-lock applied screw
1.2.2 Prohibition of adjusting the volume of boards
1.2.3 Developing unit
1.2.4 Duplex section
1.2.5 Photo conductor section
1.2.6 CCD unit
2. WARNING AND PRECAUTION ON DISASSEMBLING
2.1 Precaution on removing the boards
3. bizhub PRO 1100
3.1 List of disassembling and assembling parts
3.2 Disassembling and assembling procedures
3.2.1 Precautions on disassembling and assembling
3.2.2 Rear cover
3.2.3 Right cover
3.2.4 Left cover
3.2.5 Front door/Rt
3.2.6 Front door/Lt
3.2.7 Toner supply door
3.2.8 Upper cover/Rr1
3.2.9 Upper cover/Rr2
3.2.10 Upper cover/Rt
3.2.11 Original glass
3.2.12 Upper cover/ Lt
3.2.13 Upper cover/Fr
3.2.14 Scanner rear upper cover
x
3.2.15 CCD unit
3.2.16 LED exposure unit
3.2.17 Scanner motor (M27)
3.2.18 Scanner drive board (SCDB)
3.2.19 Lift wire
3.2.20 Paper lift motor
3.2.21 Duplex section
3.2.22 Fusing temperature sensor/1 (TH1)
3.2.23 Fusing temperature sensor/3 (TH3)
3.2.24 Thermostat/1 (TS1), /2 (TS2)
3.2.25 Thermostat/3 (TS3)
3.2.26 Web motor (M24)
3.2.27 SSD (SSD)
3.2.28 Overall control board (OACB)
3.2.29 Hard disk (HDD)
3.2.30 System box
3.2.31 Waste toner pipe assy/1
3.2.32 Waste toner pipe assy/2
4. DF-702
4.1 List of disassembling and assembling parts
4.2 Disassembling and assembling procedures
4.2.1 Paper feed cover
4.2.2 Front cover
4.2.3 Rear cover
4.2.4 Original feed tray front cover
4.2.5 Reverse automatic document feeder
4.2.6 Front side glass cleaning roller unit
4.2.7 Back side glass cleaning roller unit
4.2.8 CIS module (CIS)
4.2.9 DF control board (DFCB)
4.2.10 Restriction plate positional VR (VR1)
4.2.11 DF power supply board (DFPU)
4.2.12 Reading motor (M1)
4.2.13 Paper feed motor (M2)
4.2.14 Registration motor (M3)
4.2.15 Paper exit motor (M4)
4.2.16 Reading roller pressure release motor
4.2.17 Back side cleaning motor (M7)
4.2.18 Front side cleaning motor (M8)
4.2.19 Paper feed clutch (CL1)
4.2.20 Paper feed motor cooling fan (FM1)
5. PF-709
5.1 List of disassembling and assembling parts
5.2 Disassembling and assembling procedures
5.2.1 Precautions on disassembling and assembling
5.2.2 Right cover
5.2.3 Rear cover
5.2.4 Front door
5.2.5 PF drive board (PFUDB)
5.2.6 Tray 1, 2, 3
5.2.7 Lift wire/Fr1, /Fr2, /Rr1, /Rr2
5.2.8 Paper feed assist fan/Fr1 (FM1), /Fr2 (FM3), /Fr3 (FM5), /Rr1 (FM2), /Rr2 (FM4), /Rr3 (FM6)
5.2.9 Paper lift motor/1 (M42), /2 (M43), /3 (M44)
5.2.10 Conveyance exit unit
5.2.11 Vertical conveyance unit/Up, /Lw
6. LU-411/412
6.1 List of disassembling and assembling parts
6.2 Disassembling and assembling procedures
6.2.1 Precautions on disassembling and assembling
6.2.2 Upper door
6.2.3 Right cover
6.2.4 Front cover
6.2.5 Rear cover
6.2.6 Front door
6.2.7 Lift wire of LU-411
6.2.8 Lift wire of LU-412
7. MB-507
7.1 List of disassembling and assembling parts
7.2 Disassembling and assembling procedures
7.2.1 Precautions on disassembling and assembling
7.2.2 Right cover/Fr and Right cover/Rr
7.2.3 Rear cover
7.2.4 Bypass tray
7.2.5 Paper size VR/BP (VR3)
8. RH-101
8.1 List of disassembling and assembling parts
8.2 Disassembling and assembling procedures
8.2.1 Precautions on disassembling and assembling
8.2.2 HDD installing unit
9. MK-744
9.1 List of disassembling and assembling parts
9.2 Disassembling and assembling procedures
9.2.1 Precautions on disassembling and assembling
9.2.2 Status indicator light
10. OT-507
10.1 List of disassembling and assembling parts
10.2 Disassembling and assembling procedures
10.2.1 Precautions on disassembling and assembling
10.2.2 Paper exit unit
11. ZU-608
11.1 List of disassembling and assembling parts
11.2 Disassembling and assembling procedures
11.2.1 Precautions on disassembling and assembling
11.2.2 Rear cover
11.2.3 Upper cover
11.2.4 Front cover
11.2.5 Punch unit
11.2.6 Z-folding/conveyance unit
11.2.7 Punch motor (M604)
11.2.8 Main motor (M606)
11.2.9 Registration motor (M601)
11.2.10 Punch shift motor (M605)
11.2.11 Main motor cooling fan (FM601)
11.2.12 ZU control board (ZUCB)
11.2.13 Paper edge sensor board (PESB)
12. FS-532
12.1 Items that you must not disassemble or reassemble
12.1.1 Red-painted screws
12.2 List of disassembling and assembling parts
12.3 Disassembling and assembling procedures
12.3.1 Precautions on disassembling and assembling
12.3.2 Front door
12.3.3 Rear cover
12.3.4 Upper cover/Rt1
12.3.5 Upper cover/Rt2
12.3.6 Upper cover/Fr1
12.3.7 Upper cover/Fr2
12.3.8 Upper cover/Rr
12.3.9 Upper cover/Md
12.3.10 Front cover
12.3.11 Sub tray
12.3.12 Stacker unit
12.3.13 Main tray
12.3.14 Main tray up down motor (M11), main tray up-down drive assy
12.3.15 Note for replacing the board
13. SD-510
13.1 Items that you must not disassemble or reassemble
13.1.1 Red-painted screws
13.2 List of disassembling and assembling parts
13.3 Disassembling and assembling procedures
13.3.1 Precautions on disassembling and assembling
13.3.2 Front cover
13.3.3 Stapler unit cover
13.3.4 SD unit
13.3.5 Folding knife assy/1
13.3.6 Folding knife assy/2
14. PK-522
14.1 Items that you must not disassemble or reassemble
14.1.1 Red-painted screws
14.2 List of disassembling and assembling parts
14.3 Disassembling and assembling procedures
14.3.1 Precautions on disassembling and assembling
14.3.2 Punch unit
15. PI-502
15.1 List of disassembling and assembling parts
15.2 Disassembling and assembling procedures
15.2.1 Precautions on disassembling and assembling
15.2.2 Upper cover
15.2.3 Rear cover
15.2.4 Operation panel cover
15.2.5 PI unit
16. GP-501
16.1 Centering punched holes
16.2 Door latch
16.2.1 Checking the door latch
16.2.2 Adjusting the door latch
16.2.3 Replacing the door latch and switch
16.3 Preparing the GP-501 punch for service
16.3.1 Preparing the GP-501 punch for service
16.3.2 Separating the punch from the printer
16.3.3 Removing the rear cover
16.4 Leveling and aligning to the printer
(1) Procedure
(2) Tool Required
(3) To level the punch:
17. GP-502
18. INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT PARTS
18.1 OUTLINE
18.2 Installation of the paper feed assist plate
18.2.1 Purpose
18.2.2 Characteristics
18.2.3 Checking of the contents of the package
18.2.4 Procedure
18.3 Replacing the stroking shaft pressure spring
18.3.1 Purpose
18.3.2 Characteristics
18.3.3 Procedure

H) CLEANING/LUBRICATION
1. CLEANING/LUBRICATION PROCEDURES

I) ADJUSTMENT/SETTING
1. CHECKPOINTS
1.1 CHECKING BEFORE STARTING WORK
1.2 CHECKPOINTS WHEN CONDUCTING ON-SITE SERVICE
2. UTILITY
2.1 List of utility menus
2.2 Start/exit
2.2.1 Start method
2.2.2 Exit method
3. LIST OF ADJUSTMENT ITEMS
3.1 Priority for Adjustment and Setting after you replace parts
4. SERVICE MODE
4.1 Service mode list
4.2 Start/exit
4.2.1 Start method
4.2.2 Exit method
4.3 Machine adjustment
4.3.1 Restart Timing Adjustment (Printer Adjustment)
4.3.2 Centering Adjustment (Printer Adjustment)
4.3.3 FD-Mag. Adjustment (Printer Adjustment)
4.3.4 CD-Mag. Adjustment (Printer Adjustment)
4.3.5 Lead Edge Erase Adjustment (Printer Adjustment)
4.3.6 Registration Loop Adj. (Printer Adjustment)
4.3.7 Pre-registration Adj. (Printer Adjustment)
4.3.8 Belt Line Speed Adj. (Printer Adjustment)
4.3.9 Fusing Speed Adjustment (Printer Adjustment)
4.3.10 Tray Size Adjustment (Printer Adjustment – Tray Adjustment)
4.3.11 Tray Amount Detection Adj. (Printer Adjustment – Tray Adjustment)
4.3.12 Gap Adj. Between LPH Chips (Printer Adjustment – LPH Adjustment)
4.3.13 Black Line Restarting Adj. (Printer Adjustment – LPH Adjustment)
4.3.14 Registration Line Speed Adj. (Printer Adjustment)
4.3.15 Lead Transfer SW Timing Adj. (Printer Adjustment)
4.3.16 Recall Standard data (Printer Adjustment)
4.3.17 Restart Timing Adjustment (Scan Adjustment)
4.3.18 Centering Adjustment (Scan Adjustment)
4.3.19 FD-Mag. Adjustment (Scan Adjustment)
4.3.20 Scan Gradation/Color Adj. (Scan Adjustment)
4.3.21 CD-Mag. Adjustment (Scan Adjustment)
4.3.22 Sensor Check (Scan Adjustment)
4.3.23 CCD check (Scan Adjustment)
4.3.24 Line Mag. Setting (Scan Adjustment)
4.3.25 Recall Standard Data (Scan Adjustment)
4.3.26 IDC Sensor Adjustment (Quality Adjustment – Gamma Curve Adjustment)
4.3.27 Highlight Automatic Adj. (Quality Adjustment – Gamma Curve Adjustment)
4.3.28 Highlight Adjustment (Quality Adjustment – Gamma Curve Adjustment)
4.3.29 Sharpness Adjustment (Quality Adjustment)
4.3.30 Contrast Adjustment (Quality Adjustment)
4.3.31 Dot Detect Adjustment (Quality Adjustment – Image Distinction Level)
4.3.32 Dot/Text Area Adjustment (Quality Adjustment – Image Distinction Level)
4.3.33 ACS Adjustment (Quality Adjustment)
4.3.34 AE(AES) Adjustment (Quality Adjustment – Density Adjustment)
4.3.35 Copy Density Adjustment (Quality Adjustment – Density Adjustment)
4.3.36 Background Removal (Quality Adjustment – Density Adjustment)
4.3.37 Tone Adjustment (RGB) (Quality Adjustment – Tone Adjustment)
4.3.38 Recall Standard Data (Quality Adjustment)
4.3.39 Non-Image Area Erase Check
4.4 Process adjustment
4.4.1 High Voltage Auto Adjustment (High Voltage Adjustment)
4.4.2 HV Adjustment (Charge) (High Voltage Adjustment)
4.4.3 HV Adj. (Charg grid voltage) (High Voltage Adjustment)
4.4.4 HV Adj. (Bias Development) (High Voltage Adjustment)
4.4.5 HV Adjustment (Transfer) (High Voltage Adjustment)
4.4.6 Trans belt M-Brush Current (High Voltage Adjustment)
4.4.7 Trans belt M-Brush Current (High Voltage Adjustment)
4.4.8 Discharge Before Cleaning (High Voltage Adjustment)
4.4.9 Blade Setting Mode (Drum Peculiarity Adjustment)
4.4.10 Charge Potential Auto. Adj. (Drum Peculiarity Adjustment)
4.4.11 Toner Density Sensor Init. (Drum Peculiarity Adjustment)
4.4.12 Drum Setting Mode (Drum Peculiarity Adjustment)
4.4.13 IDC Sensor Light Initial Adj (Drum Peculiarity Adjustment)
4.4.14 Gamma Automatic Adjustment (Drum Peculiarity Adjustment)
4.4.15 Cartridge Set Mode (Drum Peculiarity Adjustment)
4.4.16 Blade Replace Mode (Drum Peculiarity Adjustment)
4.4.17 Max Density Initial Adj. (Drum Peculiarity Adjustment)
4.4.18 Drum Peculiarity Package Adj (Drum Peculiarity Adjustment)
4.4.19 Recall Standard Data
4.5 System Setting
4.5.1 Software DIPSW setting procedures
4.5.2 Software DIPSW setting list
4.5.3 Service Center TEL/FAX
4.5.4 M/C Serial Number Setting
4.5.5 Setup date/type of business setting
4.5.6 Definition change of the large-size paper in counter control
4.5.7 Setting of the toner amount and the replacement count of the toner bottle
4.6 Counter/Data
4.6.1 Maintenance Counter
4.6.2 Collecting Data
4.6.3 Paper Size Counter (Total/copy/printer counter)
4.6.4 ADF Counter
4.6.5 Coverage Data History
4.6.6 Time series jam data
4.6.7 Jam Counter/Jam Counter Individual Sec
4.6.8 Counter of Each Copy Mode
4.6.9 SC Data of Time Series
4.6.10 SC Counter/SC Counter Individual Sec
4.6.11 Each Paper Type Counter
4.6.12 Parts History in Time Series (Maintenance History)
4.6.13 Checking, setting and resetting procedure of the Special Parts Counter
4.6.14 Large Size Counter
4.6.15 Coverage Ranking Data
4.6.16 Special Parts Counter
4.6.17 Voluntary Part Counter (Parts Counter)
4.6.18 Maintenance Counter Reset (Maintenance History)
4.6.19 Total Counter History
4.6.20 Life Counter
4.7 State Confirmation
4.7.1 I/O Check Mode
4.7.2 Input check
4.7.3 Output check
4.7.4 IO check mode list
4.7.5 Cleaning blade transportation lock
4.7.6 Main body adjustment data NVRAM board storage (installation data)
4.7.7 Hard disk check
4.7.8 Hard disk replacing procedure
4.8 ADF adjustment
4.8.1 ADF Original Size Adj
4.8.2 ADF Orig. Stop Position
4.8.3 ADF Orig Stop Pos. Auto
4.8.4 ADF Registration Loop Adj
4.8.5 Feed paper check
4.8.6 Sensor check
4.8.7 Read Position Adj
4.8.8 Read Position Auto Adj
4.8.9 FD-Mag. Adjustment
4.8.10 FD-Mag. Auto Adjustment
4.8.11 Scanning Light Adjustment
4.8.12 Mixed Original Size Adj
4.8.13 Line Detection(Front Side)
4.8.14 Line Detection(Back Side)
4.8.15 ADF Scan Glass Auto Cleaning
4.8.16 Home Read Position Adj(Back)
4.8.17 FD-Mag. Adjustment(Back)
4.8.18 FD-Mag. Auto Adj.(Back)
4.8.19 Main Scan Dir. Zoom(Back)
4.8.20 Main ScanDir. Zoom Auto(Back)
4.8.21 Recall Standard Data
4.8.22 ADF Data Backup
4.9 Finisher adjustment
4.9.1 FS-532 Staple Position Adjustment (Staple Finisher(Main) Adj.)
4.9.2 FS-532 Staple paper Width Adj. (Staple Finisher(Main) Adj.)
4.9.3 FS-532 FD Alingment Plate Adj. (Staple Finisher(Main) Adj.)
4.9.4 FS-532 Exit Guide paper Width Adj. (Staple Finisher(Main) Adj.)
4.9.5 FS-532 Rewind Paddle Descent Adj. (Staple Finisher(Main) Adj.)
4.9.6 SD-510 Fold&Staple Oitch Adj. (Staple Finisher(Fold) Adj.)
4.9.7 SD-510 Fold&Staple Paper Width Adj. (Staple Finisher(Fold) Adj.)
4.9.8 SD-510 Fold&Staple Staple Position (Staple Finisher(Fold) Adj.)
4.9.9 SD-510 Fold&Staple Fold Position (Staple Finisher(Fold) Adj.)
4.9.10 SD-510 Half-Fold Fold Position Adj. (Staple Finisher(Fold) Adj.)
4.9.11 SD-510 Tri-Fold Position Adjustment (Staple Finisher(Fold) Adj. – Tri-Fold Adjustment)
4.9.12 SD-510 Double Fold Plate Adjustment (Staple Finisher(Fold) Adj. – Tri-Fold Adjustment)
4.9.13 SD-510 Half-Fold strength Adj. (Staple Finisher(Fold) Adj.)
4.9.14 PK-522 Vertical Position Adj.(CD) (Staple Finisher(Punch) Adj.)
4.9.15 PK-522 Horizontal Position Adj.(FD) (Staple Finisher(Punch) Adj.)
4.9.16 PK-522 Registration Adjustment (Staple Finisher(Punch) Adj.)
4.9.17 PK-522 Paper Edge Detect Sensor (Staple Finisher(Punch) Adj.)
4.9.18 PI-502 Tray Size Adjustment (Staple Finisher(PI) Adj.)
4.9.19 PI-502 PI Registration Adjustment (Staple Finisher(PI) Adj.)
4.9.20 ZU-608 Z-Fold Position Adjustment (Z-Folding Unit Adjustment)
4.9.21 ZU-608 Vert. Position Adj.(CD) (Z-Folding Unit Adjustment – Punch Adjustment)
4.9.22 ZU-608 Horiz. Position Adj.(FD) (Z-Folding Unit Adjustment – Punch Adjustment)
4.9.23 ZU-608 Punch Registration Loop Adj. (Z-Folding Unit Adjustment – Punch Adjustment)
4.9.24 ZU-608 Punch Edge Sensor Adjustment (Z-Folding Unit Adjustment – Punch Adjustment)
4.9.25 Recall Standard Data
4.10 Firmware Version
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
4.11 CS Remote Care
4.11.1 Outline
4.11.2 Setup procedure of the CS Remote Care (When using E-mail)
4.11.3 Setup procedure of the CS Remote Care (When using phone line modem)
4.11.4 Setup procedure of the CS Remote Care (When using WebDAV server)
4.11.5 List of combinations of E-mail CS Remote Care and Mail remote notification system
4.11.6 Mail initial setting
4.11.7 http communication setting
4.11.8 Log forwarding function
4.11.9 Input procedure of software DIPSW for CS Remote Care
4.11.10 List of software DIPSW for CS Remote Care
4.11.11 Setup confirmation
4.11.12 Maintenance call
4.11.13 Center call from administrator
4.11.14 Confirm communication log
4.11.15 Initialization of RAM for CS Remote Care
4.11.16 CS Remote Care error code list
4.11.17 Troubleshooting
4.12 List Output
4.12.1 Usage
4.12.2 Procedure
4.13 Test Mode
4.13.1 Running Test Mode
4.13.2 Test Pattern Output Mode
4.13.3 Test pattern number 1 Overall halftone
4.13.4 Test pattern number 9 Line screen halftone
4.13.5 Test pattern number 16 Linearity evaluation pattern
4.13.6 Test pattern number 33 Linearity evaluation pattern
4.14 ISW
4.15 Setting Data
4.15.1 Load from External Memory
4.15.2 Store to external memory
4.15.3 Size setting rewrite
4.16 Log Store
4.16.1 Log Store Setting
4.16.2 Execute Log Storing
4.16.3 Download of the log from Web Utilities
4.16.4 Acquire the logs for the controller via WebDAV
4.17 HDD Setting
4.17.1 Format HDD All Data
4.17.2 Format Controller HDD Data
4.18 Auth. Device Setting
4.18.1 Auth. Unit Selection
4.18.2 Loadable Driver Install
4.19 Startup Setting
4.19.1 Package Adjustment
4.19.2 Setup Setting 1
4.19.3 Setup Setting 2
5. IC UNIT SERVICE MODE
5.1 IC Service Mode List
5.2 Start and exit of IC service mode
5.2.1 Method to activate the IC service mode
5.2.2 Method to exit the IC service mode
5.3 System Setting (Toner Supply)
5.3.1 Outline
5.3.2 Procedure
5.4 CSV File Import/Export
5.4.1 OUTLINE
5.4.2 Procedure
5.5 Font Backup
5.5.1 Outline
5.5.2 Preparation of backup/restore
5.5.3 Backup method
5.5.4 Method to restore
5.6 HP Tray Mapping
5.6.1 Outline
5.6.2 Procedure
5.7 Controller Capture Setting
(1) OUTLINE
(2) Spool setting
(3) Acquisition procedure
6. CE/ADMINISTRATOR SECURITY SETTING
6.1 CE/Administrator Security Setting List
6.2 Start/exit
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
6.3 CE Authentication
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
6.4 CE Auth. Password
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
6.5 Admin. Authentication
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
6.6 Administrator Password
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
7. FEE COLLECTION SETTING
7.1 Fee Collection Setting List
7.2 Start/exit
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
7.3 Fee Collection Setting Management
7.3.1 Threshold Setting
7.3.2 Billing Counter
7.3.3 Coefficient Setting
7.4 General Setting
7.4.1 Usage
7.4.2 Procedure
7.5 Manage OpenAPI Auth
7.5.1 Restriction Code
7.5.2 Region Code
8. ADJUSTMENT FOR POD
8.1 Process adjustment
8.1.1 Outline
8.1.2 Image Trouble sample of genesis phenomenon
8.1.3 Expert Adj. (Offset Lead Edge 1(Front))
8.1.4 Expert Adj. (Offset Lead Edge 1(Back))
8.1.5 Expert Adj. (Offset Lead Edge 2(Front))
8.1.6 Expert Adj. (Offset Lead Edge 2(Back))
8.1.7 Expert Adj. (Offset Lead Edge 3(Front))
8.1.8 Expert Adj. (Offset Lead Edge 3(Back))
8.1.9 Expert Adj. (Offset Image(Front))
8.1.10 Expert Adj. (Offset Image(Back))
8.1.11 Expert Adj. (Lead Edge Erase Quantity)
8.1.12 Expert Adj. (Rear Edge Erase Quantity)
8.1.13 Expert Adj. (Fusing Temperature Adjustment)
8.1.14 Expert Adj. (Process Speed Setting)
8.1.15 Expert Adj. (Lead Edge Transfere Set.)
8.1.16 Expert Adj. (Mis-centering Detect JAM)
8.1.17 Expert Adj. (Correct Mis-centering)
8.1.18 Expert Adj. (Fusing PPM Down)
8.2 Image quality/improving paper feeding adjustment
8.2.1 Outline
8.2.2 The front and back registration
8.2.3 The front and back registration (printer) (front and back registration)
8.2.4 The front and back registration (ADF) (front and back registration)
8.2.5 The front and back registration by user (by paper brand) (front and back registration)
8.2.6 The front and back registration by user (Fine Adjustment) (front and back registration)
8.2.7 Darken image density (image density adjustment)
8.2.8 Lighten image density (image density adjustment)
8.2.9 Transfer jitter adjustment
8.2.10 Fusibility adjustment
8.2.11 User setting of each paper brand
8.2.12 Settings for feeding carbonless paper
9. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT bizhub PRO 1100
9.1 Tray Centering Adjustment
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
9.2 Separation pressure adjustment
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
9.3 Pick-up roller load adjustment
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
9.4 Pick-up roller height adjustment
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
9.5 Paper feed pick-up amount adjustment
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
9.6 Paper lift plate skew adjustment
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
9.7 Registration roller paper skew adjustment
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
9.8 Registration roller pressure adjustment
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
(3) Case 1
9.9 Fusing roller/Lw pressure adjustment
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
9.10 Scanner motor belt adjustment
9.10.1 Purpose
9.10.2 Procedure
9.11 Height adjustment
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
10. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT DF-702
10.1 Adjusting the height
10.1.1 Purpose
10.1.2 Procedure
10.2 Adjusting front side skew feed on ADF
10.2.1 Purpose
10.2.2 Procedure
10.3 Adjusting back side skew feed on ADF
10.3.1 Purpose
10.3.2 Procedure
10.4 Adjusting the pressure of the separation roller
10.4.1 Purpose
10.4.2 Procedure
11. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT PF-709
11.1 Paper feed pick-up amount adjustment
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
11.2 Pick-up roller height adjustment
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
11.3 Pick-up roller load adjustment
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
11.4 Separation pressure adjustment
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
11.5 Centering adjustment (for each tray)
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
11.6 Centering Adjustment (PF)
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
11.7 Tilt adjustment
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
11.8 Height adjustment
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
12. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT LU-411/412
12.1 Separation pressure adjustment
(1) Purpose
(2) Usage
(3) Procedure
12.2 Paper feed roller pressure adjustment (LU-412 only)
(1) Purpose
(2) Usage
(3) Procedure
12.3 Paper lift plate horizontal adjustment
(1) Purpose
(2) Usage
(3) Procedure
12.4 Paper centering adjustment
(1) Purpose
(2) Usage
(3) Procedure
12.5 Paper skew adjustment
(1) Preparation
(2) Adjustment procedure of all the paper skew regularly
(3) Adjustment procedure of each paper skew irregularly
12.6 (Maximum) Paper feed height adjustment
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
12.7 Pick-up roller separation adjustment
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
12.8 Horizontal adjustment
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
13. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT MB-507
13.1 Pick-up roller/BP load adjustment
13.1.1 Usage
13.1.2 Procedure
13.2 Paper feed (Maximum) height adjustment (bypass)
13.2.1 Usage
13.2.2 Procedure
13.3 Pick-up shift amount adjustment (bypass)
13.3.1 Usage
13.3.2 Procedure
13.4 Separation roller/BP separation pressure adjustment
13.4.1 Usage
13.4.2 Procedure
13.5 Centering adjustment (bypass)
13.5.1 Usage
13.5.2 Procedure
13.6 Tilt adjustment (bypass)
13.6.1 Usage
13.6.2 Procedure
14. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT OT-507
14.1 Paper exit roller pressure adjustment
14.1.1 Usage
14.1.2 Procedure
15. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT ZU-608
15.1 Gate solenoid/Lw adjustment
15.1.1 Purpose
15.1.2 Procedure
15.2 1st folding skew adjustment
15.2.1 Purpose
15.2.2 Procedure
15.3 2nd folding skew adjustment
15.3.1 Purpose
15.3.2 Procedure
15.4 2nd stopper position adjustment
15.4.1 Purpose
15.4.2 Procedure
16. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT FS-532
16.1 Staple position adjustment
16.1.1 Usage
16.1.2 Procedure
16.2 Main tray horizontal adjustment
16.2.1 Purpose
16.2.2 Procedure
17. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT SD-510
17.1 Adjustment for Staple Clinch Failure
17.1.1 Usage
17.1.2 Procedure
17.2 1st folding skew adjustment
17.2.1 Usage
17.2.2 Procedure
18. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT PK-522
18.1 Punch hole position skew adjustment
18.1.1 Usage
18.1.2 Procedure
18.2 Punch unit adjustment mounting position adjustment
18.2.1 Usage
18.2.2 Procedure
19. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT PI-502
19.1 PI tilt adjustment (When PK is connected)
(1) Usage
(2) Procedure
19.2 PK punch position centering adjustment
19.2.1 Usage
19.2.2 Adjustment procedure for the cover sheet tray/Up
19.2.3 Adjustment procedure for the cover sheet tray/Lw

J) REWRITING OF FIRMWARE
1. OUTLINE
1.1 Type
1.1.1 USB memoey ISW
1.1.2 Internet ISW
1.2 Board to be rewritten and firmware
1.3 Firmware data flow
1.4 Precautions on rewriting the firmware
1.4.1 ISW execution procedures
1.4.2 DIPSW on the board
1.4.3 Connect the short connector when the firmware is rewrote
1.5 Error list
1.5.1 Main body error list
1.5.2 Troubleshooting procedure for the main body error
1.5.3 Operation when firmware abnormality occurs
2. ISWTRNS_G
2.1 Specifications
2.1.1 ISWTrns_G (PC software)
2.2 Installation of the ISWTrns_G
(1) Procedure
2.3 Usage of the ISWTrns_G
2.3.1 Firmware checksum check
2.4 Error list
(1) ISWTrns_G error list
(2) ISWTrns_G troubleshooting
3. USB MEMORY ISW
3.1 Usage of the USB memory ISW
3.1.1 Procedure
3.1.2 Main body error list
3.2 ISW procedure for ADF and the scanner
3.2.1 Preparation
3.2.2 Procedure for moving to the ISW rewriting screen
3.2.3 Procedure for rewriting the firmware
3.2.4 Main body error list
3.3 ISW Procedure of GP-502
3.3.1 Preparation
3.3.2 Procedure of rewriting M1
3.3.3 Procedure of rewriting M2
3.3.4 Procedure of rewriting M3
4. INTERNET ISW
4.1 Outline
4.2 Operating environment
4.3 Usage precautions
4.3.1 Notice to administrator
4.3.2 Power cut during writing
4.4 Initial setting
(1) Setting from the operation panel
(2) Setting from the Web browser
4.5 Internet ISW using the Web Utilities
4.5.1 Procedure
4.6 Internet ISW using the operation panel
4.6.1 Procedure
4.6.2 Main body error list
4.7 Authentication of the proxy server in Internet ISW
(1) Proxy server
(2) Authentication of the proxy server
(3) Authentication type of the proxy server and the command list
(4) Remark

K) TROUBLESHOOTING
1. JAM INDICATION
1.1 Jam code list
2. MALFUNCTION CODE
2.1 Trouble reset method
2.2 Function to detach defective sections
(1) User operation
(2) DIPSW setting
2.3 Malfunction code list
2.4 Solution 1 (C-0001_0300)
2.4.1 C-0001
2.4.2 C-0002
2.4.3 C-0003
2.4.4 C-0004
2.4.5 C-0005
2.4.6 C-0006
2.4.7 C-0007
2.4.8 C-0020
2.4.9 C-0030
2.4.10 C-0031
2.4.11 C-0032
2.4.12 C-0033
2.4.13 C-0034
2.4.14 C-0101
2.4.15 C-0103
2.4.16 C-0104
2.4.17 C-0105
2.4.18 C-0110
2.4.19 C-0111
2.4.20 C-0112
2.4.21 C-0113
2.4.22 C-0114
2.4.23 C-0115
2.4.24 C-0116
2.4.25 C-0118
2.4.26 C-0119
2.4.27 C-0120
2.4.28 C-0121
2.4.29 C-0150(LU)
2.4.30 C-0151(LU)
2.4.31 C-0152(LU)
2.4.32 C-0153(LU)
2.4.33 C-0180
2.4.34 C-0181
2.4.35 C-0182
2.4.36 C-0183
2.4.37 C-0203
2.4.38 C-0204
2.4.39 C-0207
2.4.40 C-0208
2.5 Solution 2 (C-0301_0400)
2.5.1 C-0307
2.5.2 C-0309
2.5.3 C-0310
2.5.4 C-0312
2.5.5 C-0341
2.5.6 C-0342
2.5.7 C-0344
2.5.8 C-0345
2.5.9 C-0347
2.5.10 C-0348
2.5.11 C-0350
2.5.12 C-0351
2.5.13 C-0353
2.5.14 C-0354
2.5.15 C-0356
2.5.16 C-0357
2.5.17 C-0359
2.5.18 C-0360
2.6 Solution 3 (C-0401_0700)
2.6.1 C-0403
2.6.2 C-0404
2.6.3 C-0410
2.6.4 C-0411
2.6.5 C-0412
2.6.6 C-0413
2.6.7 C-0414
2.6.8 C-0420
2.6.9 C-0422
2.6.10 C-0450
2.6.11 C-0451
2.6.12 C-0452
2.6.13 C-0453
2.7 Solution 4 (C-1001_1181)
2.7.1 C-1005
2.7.2 C-1012
2.7.3 C-1102
2.7.4 C-1103
2.7.5 C-1105
2.7.6 C-1106
2.7.7 C-1109
2.7.8 C-1113
2.7.9 C-1114
2.7.10 C-1115
2.7.11 C-1124
2.7.12 C-1125
2.7.13 C-1127
2.7.14 C-1130
2.7.15 C-1131
2.7.16 C-1132
2.7.17 C-1133
2.7.18 C-1134
2.7.19 C-1135
2.7.20 C-1136
2.7.21 C-1137
2.7.22 C-1141
2.7.23 C-1144
2.7.24 C-1147
2.7.25 C-1153
2.7.26 C-1154
2.7.27 C-1155
2.7.28 C-1156
2.7.29 C-1157
2.7.30 C-1158
2.7.31 C-1159
2.7.32 C-1170
2.7.33 C-1171
2.7.34 C-1172
2.7.35 C-1173
2.7.36 C-1174
2.7.37 C-1175
2.7.38 C-1176
2.7.39 C-1177
2.7.40 C-1179
2.7.41 C-1180
2.7.42 C-1181
2.8 Solution 11 (C-1402_1499)
2.8.1 C-1402
2.8.2 C-1412
2.8.3 C-1442
2.9 Solution 13 (C-2101_2300)
2.9.1 C-2101
2.9.2 C-2102
2.9.3 C-2103
2.9.4 C-2201
2.9.5 C-2202
2.9.6 C-2204
2.9.7 C-2205
2.9.8 C-2206
2.9.9 C-2207
2.9.10 C-2208
2.9.11 C-2209
2.9.12 C-2210
2.9.13 C-2211
2.9.14 C-2212
2.9.15 C-2227
2.9.16 C-2228
2.9.17 C-2231
2.9.18 C-2234
2.9.19 C-2235
2.9.20 C-2236
2.9.21 C-2237
2.9.22 C-2238
2.9.23 C-2241
2.9.24 C-2242
2.10 Solution 14 (C-2301_4000)
2.10.1 C-2304
2.10.2 C-2306
2.10.3 C-2307
2.10.4 C-2309
2.10.5 C-2311
2.10.6 C-2313
2.10.7 C-2314
2.10.8 C-2317
2.10.9 C-2318
2.10.10 C-2401
2.10.11 C-2402
2.10.12 C-2403
2.10.13 C-2411
2.10.14 C-2412
2.10.15 C-2701
2.10.16 C-2702
2.10.17 C-2704
2.10.18 C-2705
2.10.19 C-2801
2.10.20 C-2802
2.10.21 C-2803
2.10.22 C-2805
2.10.23 C-2806
2.10.24 C-2807
2.10.25 C-2808
2.10.26 C-2809
2.10.27 C-2810
2.10.28 C-2811
2.10.29 C-2812
2.10.30 C-3201
2.10.31 C-3202
2.10.32 C-3501
2.10.33 C-3502
2.10.34 C-3503
2.10.35 C-3504
2.10.36 C-3505
2.10.37 C-3801
2.10.38 C-3802
2.10.39 C-3803
2.10.40 C-3901
2.10.41 C-3902
2.10.42 C-3903
2.10.43 C-3904
2.10.44 C-3905
2.10.45 C-3906
2.11 Solution 15 (C-4001_6000)
2.11.1 C-4305
2.11.2 C-4307
2.11.3 C-4314
2.11.4 C-4316
2.11.5 C-4705
2.11.6 C-4709
2.11.7 C-4713
2.11.8 C-4725
2.11.9 C-4728
2.11.10 C-4840
2.11.11 C-4850
2.11.12 C-5010
2.11.13 C-5101
2.11.14 C-5102
2.11.15 C-5311
2.11.16 C-5313
2.11.17 C-5317
2.11.18 C-5318
2.11.19 C-5319
2.11.20 C-5320
2.11.21 C-5322
2.11.22 C-5329
2.11.23 C-5330
2.11.24 C-5331
2.11.25 C-5332
2.11.26 C-5333
2.11.27 C-5337
2.11.28 C-5338
2.11.29 C-5339
2.11.30 C-5340
2.11.31 C-5341
2.11.32 C-5342
2.11.33 C-5350
2.11.34 C-5351
2.11.35 C-5352
2.11.36 C-5353
2.11.37 C-5354
2.11.38 C-5355
2.11.39 C-5356
2.11.40 C-5357
2.11.41 C-5358
2.11.42 C-5359
2.11.43 C-5360
2.11.44 C-5362
2.11.45 C-5401
2.11.46 C-5403
2.11.47 C-5404
2.12 Solution 16 (C-6001_C-9404)
2.12.1 C-6102
2.12.2 C-6103
2.12.3 C-6104
2.12.4 C-6105
2.12.5 C-6114
2.12.6 C-6115
2.12.7 C-6702
2.12.8 C-6703
2.12.9 C-6704
2.12.10 C-6706
2.12.11 C-6720
2.12.12 C-6725
2.12.13 C-6751
2.12.14 C-6752
2.12.15 C-6753
2.12.16 C-6754
2.12.17 C-6755
2.12.18 C-6756
2.12.19 C-6801
2.12.20 C-6F01
2.12.21 C-7001
2.12.22 C-8001
2.12.23 C-8002
2.12.24 C-8101
2.12.25 C-8103
2.12.26 C-8106
2.12.27 C-8107
2.12.28 C-8302
2.12.29 C-8401
2.12.30 C-9401
2.12.31 C-9402
2.12.32 C-9403
2.12.33 C-9404
2.13 Solution 17 (C-C101_C-C124)
2.13.1 C-C101
2.13.2 C-C102
2.13.3 C-C104
2.13.4 C-C109
2.13.5 C-C117
2.13.6 C-C120
2.13.7 C-C121
2.13.8 C-C123
2.13.9 C-C124
2.14 Solution 18 (C-C125_E020)
2.14.1 C-C152
2.14.2 C-C156
2.14.3 C-C199
2.14.4 C-D010
2.14.5 C-D060
2.14.6 C-D070
2.14.7 C-D080
2.14.8 C-D0C0
2.14.9 C-D0E1
2.14.10 C-D0E3
2.14.11 C-D0E8
2.14.12 C-D0EF
2.14.13 C-D0F0
2.14.14 C-D0F1
2.14.15 C-D0F2
2.14.16 C-D0F5
2.14.17 C-D0F6
2.14.18 C-D0FE
2.14.19 C-D101
2.14.20 C-D102
2.14.21 C-E001
2.14.22 C-E002
2.14.23 C-E003
2.14.24 C-E004
2.14.25 C-E005
2.14.26 C-E006
2.14.27 C-E007
2.14.28 C-E018
2.14.29 C-E020
3. TROUBLES THAT DO NOT DISPLAY THE MALFUNCTION CODE
3.1 Main body
3.1.1 Turn ON the main power switch but the power LED of the operation panel does not light up in orange
3.1.2 Turn ON the sub power switch but the power LED does not switch from orange to blue
3.1.3 Touch panel does not display anything
3.1.4 Touch panel does not react when the touch panel is pressed
3.1.5 Speaker does not sound
3.2 The power is not supplied to the DF-702
3.3 The power is not supplied to the paper feed option
3.3.1 PF-709
3.3.2 LU-411/412
3.4 The power is not supplied to the finishing option
3.4.1 FS-532
4. IMAGE TROUBLE
4.1 Outline of solution
4.1.1 Test pattern print
4.2 Solution
4.2.1 Image trouble sample illustrations
4.2.2 White line 1, white band 1
4.2.3 White line 2, white band 2
4.2.4 Sub scan direction uneven density
4.2.5 Main scan direction uneven density
4.2.6 Light image, low density (ID lowering)
4.2.7 Gradation error
4.2.8 Half tone repelling
4.2.9 Size memory
4.2.10 Short diagonal lines, wrinkling of paper
4.2.11 Paper exit roller trails
4.2.12 Gray background
4.2.13 Density decrease of solid black
4.2.14 Void areas, White spots
4.2.15 Black spots
4.2.16 Blurred image
4.2.17 Poor fusing performance, offset
4.2.18 Brush effect, image bleeding
4.2.19 Inky backside
4.2.20 Leading edge face dirt in paper feed direction
4.2.21 Transfer jitter
4.2.22 White print, black print
5. IC PROTECTOR
5.1 Outline
5.2 IC protector list
5.2.1 bizhub PRO 1100
5.2.2 DF-702
5.2.3 PF-709
5.2.4 LU-411_412
5.2.5 MB-507
5.2.6 ZU-608
5.2.7 FS-532
5.2.8 SD-510
5.2.9 PK-522
5.2.10 PI-502
5.3 IC protector location
5.3.1 bizhub PRO 1100
5.3.2 DF-702
5.3.3 PF-709
5.3.4 LU-411_412
5.3.5 MB-507
5.3.6 ZU-608
5.3.7 FS-532
5.3.8 SD-510
5.3.9 PK-522
5.3.10 PI-502
6. TROUBLESHOOTING (IC Unit)
6.1 IC unit malfunction code list
6.2 IC unit solution
6.2.1 00-001
6.2.2 00-002
6.2.3 01-001
6.2.4 01-002
7. TROUBLESHOOTING (GP-501)
7.1 TROUBLESHOOTING (GP-501)
7.2 Troubleshooting
7.2.1 Troubleshooting
7.2.2 General
7.2.3 Back gauge
7.2.4 Die set
7.3 Initial service action
7.3.1 Initial service action
7.4 Mis-feed service action
7.4.1 Mis-feed service action
7.5 Final service action
7.5.1 Final service action

L) PARTS/CONNECTOR LAYOUT DRAWING
1. PARTS LAYOUT DRAWING
1.1 bizhub PRO 1100
1.1.1 Main body rear side 1
1.1.2 Main body rear side 2
1.1.3 Main body rear side 3
1.1.4 Main body upper surface
1.1.5 Main body right side
1.1.6 Main body left side
1.1.7 Main body front side
1.1.8 Write section (LPH)
1.1.9 Photo conductor section
1.1.10 Charging section
1.1.11 Developing section
1.1.12 Toner supply section 1
1.1.13 Toner supply section 2
1.1.14 Toner collection section
1.1.15 Cleaning section
1.1.16 Paper feed section 1
1.1.17 Paper feed section 2
1.1.18 Paper feed section 3
1.1.19 Vertical conveyance section
1.1.20 Registration section
1.1.21 Fusing section
1.1.22 Duplex section 1
1.1.23 Duplex section 2
1.1.24 Duplex section 3
1.1.25 Duplex section 4
1.1.26 Reverse exit section
1.1.27 Operation panel section
1.2 DF-702
1.3 PF-709
1.3.1 Configuration front side
1.3.2 Configuration left side/exit conveyance section
1.3.3 Configuration rear side
1.3.4 Vertical conveyance section
1.3.5 Tray section 1
1.3.6 Tray section 2
1.4 LU-411/412
1.5 MB-507
1.5.1 Conveyance section
1.5.2 Rear side
1.6 ZU-608
1.6.1 Rear side/bottom
1.6.2 Conveyance/exit section
1.6.3 Punch section
1.7 FS-532
1.7.1 Rear side
1.7.2 Right side
1.7.3 Left side 1
1.7.4 Left side 2
1.7.5 Front side
1.7.6 Upper surface
1.7.7 Stacker 1
1.7.8 Stacker 2
1.7.9 Stacker 3
1.7.10 Stapler
1.8 SD-510
1.8.1 Rear side
1.8.2 Front side
1.8.3 Bottom 1
1.8.4 Bottom 2
1.8.5 Stapler
1.9 PK-522
1.10 PI-502
1.11 GP-501
1.11.1 Rear side 1/Right side 1
1.11.2 Rear side 2/Left side
1.11.3 Right side 2
1.11.4 Front side
1.11.5 Bypass conveyance section
1.11.6 Punch conveyance section
1.12 GP-502
2. CONNECTOR LAYOUT DRAWING IN BOARD
2.1 bizhub PRO 1100
2.1.1 Overall control board (OACB)
2.1.2 Printer control board (PRCB)
2.1.3 Image processing board (IPB)
2.1.4 AC drive board (ACDB)
2.1.5 Scanner drive board (SCDB)
2.1.6 ADU drive board/1 (ADUDB1)
2.1.7 ADU drive board/2 (ADUDB2)
2.1.8 DC power supply/1 (DCPS/1)
2.1.9 DC power supply/2 (DCPS/2)
2.1.10 High voltage unit/1 (HV1)
2.1.11 High voltage unit/2 (HV2)
2.1.12 High voltage unit/3 (HV3)
2.1.13 Operation board/1 (OB1)
2.1.14 Operation board/3 (OB3)
2.1.15 LCD board (LCDB)
2.1.16 CCD board (CCDB)
2.1.17 LPH board (LPHB)
2.1.18 Jam sensor board (JAMB)
2.1.19 Drum potential sensor board (DPSB)
2.1.20 Toner control board (TCB)
2.1.21 Relay board/A (RBA)
2.2 DF-702
2.2.1 DF control board (DFCB)
2.3 PF-709
2.3.1 PF drive board (PFUDB)
2.4 LU-411/412
2.4.1 LU drive board (LUDB)
2.5 MB-507
2.5.1 MB drive board (MBDB)
2.6 ZU-608
2.6.1 ZU control board (ZUCB)
2.7 FS-532
2.7.1 FNS control board
2.7.2 Jam indication board
2.8 SD-510
2.8.1 SD control board
2.9 PK-522
2.9.1 Punch drive board (PDB)
2.9.2 Paper size sensor board
2.10 PI-502
2.10.1 PI drive board (PIDB)
2.10.2 PI operation board (PIOB)
2.11 GP-501
2.11.1 Punch Controller PCB
2.12 GP-502

M) TIMING CHART
1. bizhub PRO 1100
1.1 Timing chart when sub power switch turns ON
1.2 Timing chart of the simplex mode
1.2.1 Operation condition
1.2.2 Timing chart
1.3 Timing chart of the duplex mode
1.3.1 Operation condition
1.3.2 Timing chart
2. DF-702
2.1 Timing chart of the simplex mode
2.1.1 Operation condition
2.1.2 Timing chart diagram
2.2 Timing chart of the duplex mode
2.2.1 Operation condition
2.2.2 Timing chart diagram
3. PF-709
3.1 Timing chart of the simplex mode
3.1.1 Operation condition
3.1.2 Timing chart
4. LU-411/412
4.1 Timing chart of the simplex mode
4.1.1 Operation condition
4.1.2 Timing chart
5. MB-507
5.1 Timing chart of the simplex mode
5.1.1 Operation condition
5.1.2 Time chart
6. ZU-608
6.1 Timing chart of the Z-Folding and the punch mode
6.1.1 Operation condition
6.1.2 Timing chart
7. FS-532
7.1 Timing chart of the straight mode
7.1.1 Operation condition
7.1.2 Timing chart
7.2 Timing chart of the staple mode
7.2.1 Operation condition
7.2.2 Timing chart
8. SD-510
8.1 Time chart of the saddle stitching mode
8.1.1 Operation condition
8.1.2 Timing chart
8.2 Timing chart of the folding mode
8.2.1 Operation condition
8.2.2 Timing chart
8.3 Timing chart of the tri-folding mode
8.3.1 Operation condition
8.3.2 Timing chart
9. PK-522
9.1 Timing chart of the punch mode
9.1.1 Operation condition
9.1.2 Timing chart
10. PI-502
10.1 Timing chart of the PI automatic paper feed mode
10.1.1 Operation condition
10.1.2 Timing chart

N) WIRING DIAGRAM
1. PRESS PRO 1100
1.1 bizhub PRO 1100 (1/4)
1.2 bizhub PRO 1100 (2/4)
1.3 bizhub PRO 1100 (3/4)
1.4 bizhub PRO 1100 (4/4)
2. DF-702
3. PF-709
4. LU-411/412
5. MB-507
6. ZU-608
7. FS-532
8. SD-510
9. PK-522
10. PI-502
11. GP-501
12. GP-502

O) THEORY OF OPERATION bizhub PRO 1100
1. INTERFACE SECTION
1.1 Configuration
1.1.1 Main body right side
1.1.2 Main body left side
2. SCANNER SECTION
2.1 Configuration
2.2 Drive
2.3 Operation
2.3.1 LED exposure unit
2.3.2 When the power is ON
2.3.3 Control when the start button is turned ON
2.3.4 Original scanning area
2.3.5 Original size detection control
2.3.6 Image processing
3. WRITING SECTION (LPH)
3.1 Configuration
3.2 Operation
3.2.1 Exposure path
3.2.2 Image stabilization control
4. PHOTO CONDUCTOR SECTION
4.1 Configuration
4.2 Drive
4.2.1 Drum drive
4.2.2 Drum claw drive
4.3 Operation
4.3.1 Drum claw drive
4.3.2 Image stabilization control
5. CHARGING SECTION
5.1 Configuration
5.2 Drive
5.3 Operation
5.3.1 Charging control
5.3.2 Wire cleaning control
5.3.3 Erase lamp control
6. DEVELOPING SECTION
6.1 Configuration
6.2 Drive
6.3 Operation
6.3.1 Flow of developer
6.3.2 Developing bias
6.3.3 Developing suction
6.3.4 Toner supply control
6.3.5 Image stabilization control
7. TONER SUPPLY SECTION
7.1 Configuration
7.2 Drive
7.2.1 Toner bottle/toner pipe drive
7.2.2 Toner agitate drive
7.2.3 Toner supply drive
7.3 Operation
7.3.1 Toner supply to the toner hopper
7.3.2 Toner supply to the developing section
7.3.3 Toner remaining detection
8. TRANSFER/SEPARATION SECTION
8.1 Configuration
8.2 Drive
8.2.1 Transfer belt drive
8.2.2 Transfer belt cleaning drive
8.2.3 Transfer belt pressure release drive
8.3 Operation
8.3.1 Transfer belt pressure position control
8.3.2 Transfer/separation control
8.3.3 Transfer belt cleaning brush voltage apply control
9. TONER COLLECTION SECTION
9.1 Configuration
9.2 Drive
9.2.1 Waste toner conveyance drive
9.3 Operation
9.3.1 Waste toner conveyance path
9.3.2 Waste toner box detection control
9.3.3 Waste toner box full detection control
10. CLEANING SECTION
10.1 Configuration
10.2 Drive
10.2.1 Cleaning blade drive
10.2.2 Drum cleaning brush drive
10.3 Operation
10.3.1 Cleaning operation
10.3.2 Image stabilization control
11. PAPER FEED SECTION
11.1 Configuration
11.2 Drive
11.2.1 Paper feed drive
11.2.2 Tray lift drive
11.2.3 Pick-up drive
11.3 Operation
11.3.1 Up/down control
11.3.2 Paper size detection control
11.3.3 Pick-up mechanism
11.3.4 Separation mechanism
11.3.5 Remaining paper detection control
11.3.6 Tray lock control
11.3.7 Dehumidification heater control
12. VERTICAL CONVEYANCE SECTION
12.1 Configuration
12.2 Drive
12.3 Operation
12.3.1 Pre-registration control
12.3.2 Conveyance control
12.3.3 Exit conveyance control
12.3.4 Paper dust removing mechanism
13. REGISTRATION SECTION
13.1 Configuration
13.2 Drive
(1) Registration roller drive
(2) Loop roller drive
13.3 Operation
13.3.1 Loop control
13.3.2 Paper centering correction control
13.3.3 Paper leading edge timing adjustment control
14. FUSING SECTION
14.1 Configuration
14.2 Drive
14.2.1 Fusing roller/web drive
14.3 Operation
14.3.1 Fusing roller drive control
14.3.2 Web drive control
14.3.3 Separation claw oscillating mechanism
14.3.4 Fusing temperature control
14.3.5 Protection against temperature abnormality
14.3.6 Blank paper cleaning control
15. DUPLEX SECTION
15.1 Configuration
15.2 Drive
15.3 Operation
15.3.1 Conveyance control
15.3.2 Duplex circulation control
16. REVERSE EXIT SECTION
16.1 Configuration
16.2 Drive
16.3 Operation
16.3.1 Conveyance control
16.3.2 Decurler switching control
17. IMAGE STABILIZATION CONTROL
17.1 OUTLINE
17.2 Operation flow
17.2.1 Image stabilization control flow when the power switch (SW2) is ON
17.2.2 Image stabilization control during printing
17.2.3 Image stabilization control after the printing ends
18. IMAGE PROCESSING
18.1 Image processing in the scanner section
18.1.1 Image processing flow in the scanner section
18.1.2 CCD sensor/CIS
18.1.3 A/D conversion
18.1.4 Shading correction/CIS correction
18.1.5 RGB gap correction
18.1.6 Chroma aberration correction
18.1.7 Magnification processing (enlargement processing)
18.1.8 Color space conversion/Color conversion/Character edge regeneration/Color balance adjustment
18.1.9 Area discrimination
18.1.10 Image distinction
18.1.11 ACS and AE detection
18.1.12 Magnification processing (reduction processing)
18.2 Image processing in the write section
18.2.1 Image processing flow in the write section
18.2.2 Image memory, system memory, HDD
18.2.3 Color conversion
18.2.4 Image compressing
18.2.5 Image expansion
18.2.6 Magnification processing in the sub scan direction (enlargement processing)
18.2.7 Cell average
18.2.8 Outline process (text thinning, outline emphasis, smoothing)
18.2.9 Density balance
18.2.10 Gradation correction gamma
18.2.11 Screen processing, Error diffusion operation
18.2.12 Write section (LPH)
19. POWER SOURCE SECTION
19.1 Operating parts with the connection of the power cord
19.1.1 Configuration
19.1.2 Operation
19.2 Operating parts with the main power switch (SW1) ON
19.2.1 Configuration
19.2.2 Operation
19.3 Operating parts with the sub power switch (SW2) ON
19.3.1 Configuration
19.3.2 Operation
19.4 Operating parts with the dehumidification heater switch (SW3) ON
19.4.1 Configuration
19.4.2 Operation
19.5 Power cord
19.5.1 Configuration
20. FAN CONTROL
20.1 Configuration
20.2 Operation
20.2.1 Cooling fan/1 (FM1) control
20.2.2 Cooling fan/2 (FM2) control
20.2.3 Charge intake fan (FM3) control
20.2.4 Rear exhaust fan/1 (FM4) control
20.2.5 Rear exhaust fan/2 (FM5) control
20.2.6 Suction cooling fan/2 (FM6) control
20.2.7 Cooling fan/2 (FM7) control
20.2.8 Paper exit cooling fan/Lw1 (FM10), /Lw2 (FM28) control
20.2.9 Paper exit cooling fan/Up (FM11) control
20.2.10 ADU cooling fan/3 (FM13) control
20.2.11 ADU cooling fan/1 (FM14) control
20.2.12 ADU cooling fan/2 (FM15) control
20.2.13 Sensor cooling fan/1 (FM16), /2 (FM40) control
20.2.14 Registration cooling fan (FM17) control
20.2.15 Developing cooling fan (FM18) control
20.2.16 Developing suction fan (FM22) control
20.2.17 Transfer belt cleaning fan (FM27) control
20.2.18 De-curler fan/1 (FM29), /2 (FM30) control
20.2.19 Front fan (FM31) control
20.2.20 Rear suction fan (FM34) control
20.2.21 Waste toner box fan (FM35) control
20.2.22 Belt cooling fan (FM37) control
20.2.23 Reverse cooling fan (FM38) control
20.2.24 CPU cooling fan (FM39) control
20.2.25 DC power supply 1 cooling fan (FM41) control
20.2.26 DC power supply 2 cooling fan (FM42) control
20.2.27 System box exhaust fan (FM43) control
20.2.28 Ozone exhaust fan (FM44) control
20.2.29 IPB cooling fan/1 (FM46), /2 (FM47) control
21. COUNTER CONTROL
21.1 Operation
22. HDD CONTROL
22.1 Configuration
22.2 Removable hard disk
22.2.1 OUTLINE
22.2.2 Operation

PA) THEORY OF OPERATION DF-702
1. CONFIGURATION
1.1 Configuration
2. OUTLINE
2.1 Unit configuration
2.2 Paper path
3. PAPER FEED SECTION
3.1 Drive
3.1.1 Paper feed drive
3.2 Operation
3.2.1 Document feed tray ascent/descent control
3.2.2 Original feed control
3.2.3 Original set detection
3.2.4 Original size detection
4. REGISTRATION SECTION
4.1 Drive
4.1.1 Registration drive
4.2 Operation
4.2.1 Registration control
5. READ SECTION
5.1 Drive
5.1.1 Paper read/exit drive
5.1.2 DF original glass cleaning drive
5.2 Operation
5.2.1 Outline
5.2.2 Reading transport control
5.2.3 Reading roller pressure release control
5.2.4 DF original glass contamination prevention control
5.2.5 CIS original reading control
5.2.6 CIS control when sub powe is turned ON
5.2.7 CIS control when the document is loaded
5.2.8 CIS control when the start key is pressed
5.2.9 CIS glass contamination prevention control
5.2.10 Opening and closing guide set detection
6. PAPER EXIT SECTION
6.1 Drive
6.2 Operation
6.2.1 Paper exit control
7. OTHERS
7.1 Paper path control
7.1.1 1-sided mode
7.1.2 2-sided mode
7.2 Open close detecting section
7.2.1 DF angle open close detection
7.2.2 DF open close detection
7.3 Fan control
7.3.1 Function
7.3.2 Control condition

PB) THEORY OF OPERATION PF-709
1. OUTLINE
1.1 Unit configuration
1.2 Paper path
2. TRAY SECTION
2.1 Configuration
2.2 Drive
2.2.1 Tray lift drive
2.2.2 Paper feed drive
2.2.3 Pick-up drive
2.3 Operation
2.3.1 Up/down control
2.3.2 Size detection control
2.3.3 Pick-up mechanism
2.3.4 Separation mechanism
2.3.5 Paper dust removing mechanism
2.3.6 Air assist mechanism
2.3.7 Paper empty detection control
2.3.8 Remaining paper detection control
2.3.9 Tray lock control
3. CONVEYANCE SECTION
3.1 Configuration
3.2 Drive
3.3 Operation
3.3.1 Pre-registration control
3.3.2 Conveyance control
4. OTHERS
4.1 Dehumidification heater control
4.2 Main body temperature rise prevention assist mechanism

PC) THEORY OF OPERATION LU-411/412
1. OUTLINE
1.1 Unit configration (ex: LU-411)
1.2 Paper path (ex: LU-411)
2. PAPER FEED SECTION
2.1 Drive
2.1.1 Paper feed drive
2.1.2 Pick-up drive
2.2 Operation
2.2.1 Paper feed control
2.2.2 Paper empty detection control
2.2.3 Remaining paper detection control
3. UP/DOWN SECTION
3.1 Drive
3.1.1 LU-411
3.1.2 LU-412
3.2 Operation
3.2.1 Up/down control
4. OTHERS
4.1 Dehumidification heater control
4.2 Interlock switch control

PD) THEORY OF OPERATION MB-507
1. OUTLINE
1.1 Unit configuration
1.2 Paper path
2. BYPASS PAPER FEED SECTION
2.1 Configuration
2.1.1 Paper feed section
2.1.2 Conveyance section
2.2 Drive
2.2.1 Paper feed drive
2.2.2 Conveyance drive
2.2.3 Up down drive
2.3 Operation
2.3.1 Up/down control
2.3.2 Paper size detection control
2.3.3 Paper feed conveyance control
2.3.4 Paper empty control
2.3.5 Remaining paper detection control
2.3.6 Bypass conveyance door open-close detection control
3. RELAY CONVEYANCE SECTION
3.1 Configuration
3.2 Drive
3.2.1 Conveyance drive
3.3 Operation
3.3.1 Bypass relay conveyance control
3.3.2 LU relay conveyance control
3.3.3 Relay conveyance door open-close detection control
4. OTHERS
4.1 Door open-close detection control
4.1.1 Open close detection control
4.1.2 Upper door open close detection mechanism
4.1.3 Front door open close detection mechanism

PE) THEORY OF OPERATION MK-744
1. OUTLINE
1.1 Unit configuration
2. STATUS INDICATOR LIGHT SECTION
2.1 Configuration
2.2 Operation
2.2.1 Lighting control
2.2.2 Connection specification

PF) THEORY OF OPERATION OT-507
1. OUTLINE
1.1 Unit configuration
1.2 Paper path
2. PAPER EXIT SECTION
2.1 Configuration
2.2 Drive
2.3 Operation
2.3.1 Paper exit control

PG) THEORY OF OPERATION ZU-608
1. UNIT CONFIGURATION
2. PAPER PATH
2.1 Straight mode, punch mode (for the small size paper: A5, 5-1/2 x 8-1/2)
2.2 Punch mode (excluding the small size paper)
2.3 Z-folding mode, punch + Z-folding mode
3. CONVEYANCE/EXIT SECTION
3.1 Configuration
3.2 Drive
3.2.1 Conveyance drive
3.2.2 Gate drive
3.3 Operation
3.3.1 Conveyance path switching
3.3.2 Conveyance line speed switching
3.3.3 Registration control
4. PUNCH SECTION
4.1 Configuration
4.2 Drive
4.3 Operation
4.3.1 Punch control
4.3.2 Punch unit position movement control
4.3.3 Punch hole switching control
5. PUNCH-HOLE SCRAPS CONVEYANCE SECTION
5.1 Configuration
5.2 Drive
5.3 Operation
5.3.1 Punch-hole scraps conveyance control
5.3.2 Punch-hole scraps box control
6. Z-FOLDING
6.1 Configuration
6.2 Drive
6.3 Operation
6.3.1 1st folding control
6.3.2 2nd folding control

PH) THEORY OF OPERATION FS-532
1. UNIT CONFIGURATION
2. PAPER PATH
3. PAPER CONVEYANCE SECTION
3.1 Configuration
3.2 Drive
3.2.1 FNS entrance roller drive/conveyance gate drive
3.2.2 Bypass conveyance roller/stacker entrance roller drive
3.2.3 Sub tray conveyance roller/PK exit roller/stacker conveyance roller drive
3.2.4 Sub tray exit roller/horizontal conveyance roller drive
3.2.5 Bypass gate drive
3.3 Operation
3.3.1 Line speed switch control
3.3.2 Conveyance path switching control
4. SUB TRAY SECTION
4.1 Configuration
4.2 Drive
4.3 Operation
4.3.1 Sub tray paper exit control
4.3.2 Sub tray paper full detection control
5. STACKER SECTION
5.1 Configuration
5.2 Drive
5.2.1 Stacker entrance roller pressure release drive
5.2.2 Rewind paddle pressure release/rewind paddle drive
5.2.3 Stack assist plate drive
5.2.4 Alignment plate/rear stopper drive/bundle exit claw drive
5.2.5 Paper pressure drive
5.3 Operation
5.3.1 Paper overlap control
5.3.2 Stacker entrance roller pressure release control
5.3.3 Stack assist control
5.3.4 Paper stopper control
5.3.5 Rear stopper position control
5.3.6 Paper pressure control
5.3.7 Horizontal alignment control
5.3.8 Vertical alignment control
5.3.9 Small-size paper exit auxiliary control
6. STAPLER SECTION
6.1 Configuration
6.2 Drive
6.2.1 Stapler movement/rotation control
6.3 Operation
6.3.1 Stapler movement control
6.3.2 Staple control
7. MAIN TRAY SECTION
7.1 Configuration
7.2 Drive
7.2.1 Main tray up-down drive
7.2.2 Paper exit roller/paper exit opening drive
7.2.3 Gripper/paper exit pressure drive
7.2.4 Paper exit alignment plate drive
7.2.5 Main tray shift drive
7.3 Operation
7.3.1 Paper exit opening control
7.3.2 Gripper control
7.3.3 Paper pressure control
7.3.4 Main tray up/down control
7.3.5 Paper exit alignment control
7.3.6 Main tray shift control

PI) THEORY OF OPERATION SD-510
1. UNIT CONFIGURATION
2. PAPER PATH
2.1 Half-folding/saddle stitching
2.2 Tri-folding
3. PAPER CONVEYANCE SECTION
3.1 Configuration
3.2 Drive
3.3 Operation
3.3.1 SD entrance conveyance
4. ALIGNMENT SECTION
4.1 Configuration
4.2 Drive
4.2.1 Paddle/Md drive
4.2.2 Rear stopper/rear gripper drive
4.2.3 Paddle/Lw drive
4.2.4 Alignment Plate drive
4.3 Operation
4.3.1 Paper stopper control mechanism
4.3.2 Rear stopper mechanism
4.3.3 Alignment mechanism
4.3.4 Alignment control
5. STAPLER SECTION
5.1 Configuration
5.2 Drive
5.3 Operation
5.3.1 Stapler movement control
5.3.2 Staple control
6. HALF-FOLD/FOLD&STAPLE/TRI-FOLDING SECTION
6.1 Configuration
6.2 Drive
6.2.1 Folding roller drive
6.2.2 1st Fold knife drive
6.2.3 2nd folding knife drive
6.2.4 2nd Fold gate drive
6.3 Operation
6.3.1 1st folding knife control
6.3.2 Half-folding/saddle stitching conveyance control
6.3.3 2nd folding gate control
6.3.4 2nd Folding knife control
6.3.5 Tri-folding conveyance control
7. PAPER EXIT SECTION
7.1 Configuration
7.2 Drive
7.3 Operation
7.3.1 Paper exit control
7.3.2 Output tray lift up control

PJ) THEORY OF OPERATION PK-522
1. OUTLINE
1.1 Unit configuration
1.2 Paper path
2. PUNCH SECTION
2.1 Configuration
2.2 Drive
2.2.1 Punch shift drive
2.2.2 Punch drive
2.3 Operation
2.3.1 Punch ready position movement control
2.3.2 Punch position correction control
2.3.3 Punch control
3. PUNCH-HOLE SCRAPS BOX SECTION
3.1 Configuration
3.2 Drive
3.3 Operation
3.3.1 Punch scraps dropping
3.3.2 Punch scraps box control

PK) THEORY OF OPERATION PI-502
1. OUTLINE
1.1 Unit configuration
1.2 Paper path
1.2.1 Automatic sheet feed (Online operation)
1.2.2 Manual sheet feed (Offline operation)
2. PAPER FEED SECTION
2.1 Configuration
2.2 Drive
2.2.1 Paper feed drive
2.2.2 Tray lift drive
2.3 Operation
2.3.1 Tray lift mechanism
2.3.2 Pick-up mechanism
2.3.3 Separation mechanism
2.3.4 Registration control
2.3.5 Paper size detection control

PL) THEORY OF OPERATION MK-732
1. OUTLINE
1.1 Unit configuration
1.2 Paper path
2. CONVEYANCE SECTION
2.1 Configuration
2.2 Drive
2.2.1 Conveyance drive
2.3 Operation
2.3.1 Conveyance control

PM) THEORY OF OPERATION GP-501
1. PREFACE
1.1 Introduction
1.1.1 Setting the Right Expectations
1.2 Product positioning
1.3 Long edge feed (LEF) only
2. OUTLINE
2.1 Unit configuration diagram
2.2 Paper path
3. CONVEYANCE SECTION
3.1 Configuration
4. PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
4.1 Punch conveyance control
4.2 Punch operation
4.3 Chip tray control
4.4 Bypass conveyance control
5. PUNCH MODULE
5.1 Tools Required
5.2 Procedure

PN) THEORY OF OPERATION GP-502
1. THEORY OF OPERATION

Q) IMAGE POSITION ADJUSTMENT
1. UNDERSTANDING THE CHARACTER OF THE PAPER
1.1 The shrinkage of the paper
1.2 The dimensional accuracy of the paper
1.3 Precautions on supplying papers
2. BASIC OPERATION
2.1 Both sides adjustment (Preparation)
2.1.1 Preparation for papers
2.1.2 About the adjustment procedure
2.2 Both sides adjustment (Mechanical adjustment)
2.2.1 Skew adjustment
2.2.2 Distortion adjustment
2.3 Both sides adjustment (Software adjustment)
2.3.1 Restart Timing Adjustment(Side2) rough adjustment
2.3.2 Printer FD-Mag. Adj.(Side2)
2.3.3 Printer Restart Timing Adjustment (Side2)
2.3.4 Printer CD-Mag. Adjustment (Side2)
2.3.5 Both Sides Adj. Image Shift for the upper and lower (Side2)
2.4 About the Both Sides Adj
2.4.1 About “4 Both Sides Adjust” in “User’s Guide POD Administrator’s Reference” and “I8.2.6 The front and back
registration by user (by paper brand) (front and back registration)” in Service Manual
2.4.2 About the adjustment procedure of “5.2 01 Machine Adjustment” in “User’s Guide POD Administrator’s Reference”
Q-15
2.5 About the line speed adjustment
2.6 About the transfer belt
2.7 Adjustment mode
3. ADVANCED OPERATION
3.1 When the mis-centering unexpectedly occurs
3.1.1 Checkpoint
3.1.2 Centering
3.1.3 Skew (Tilt)
3.1.4 The trouble with the paper conveyance timing
3.2 When the particular paper is skewed
3.2.1 Paper types that are easily skewed
3.2.2 Checkpoint and handling
3.3 When the mis-centering is excessive
3.3.1 Checkpoint and handling

R) TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE Ver1.0 (REPORTS FROM THE MARKET)
1. MAIN BODY
1.1 Frequent C2242 (drum CL motor abnormality)
1.1.1 Cause
1.1.2 Solution
1.2 Waste toner conveyance motor abnormality
1.2.1 Symptom
1.2.2 Cause
1.2.3 Solution
1.3 Caution when pulling out drum unit mount
1.4 Information needed at problem escalation
1.5 Caution for machine installation
1.5.1 Installation layout
1.5.2 Leveling
1.6 Waste toner packing
1.6.1 Symptom
1.6.2 Cause
1.6.3 Solution
1.6.4 Prevention
1.6.5 Others
1.7 Centering adjustment
1.7.1 Symptom
1.7.2 Cause
1.7.3 Supplement
1.7.4 Solution
1.8 Small size paper skew (when using small guide)
1.8.1 Symptom
1.8.2 Cause
1.8.3 Solution
1.9 Drum blade related SC at installation
1.9.1 Symptom
1.9.2 Cause
1.9.3 Solution
1.10 Image deletion with maximum size image
1.10.1 Symptom
1.10.2 Cause
1.10.3 Solution
1.11 Toner spilled from intermediate toner hopper
1.11.1 Symptom
1.11.2 Cause
1.11.3 Solution
1.12 Toner refill soilage
1.12.1 Symptom
1.12.2 Cause
1.12.3 Solution
1.13 Charger cleaning motor operation abnormality
1.13.1 Symptom
1.13.2 Cause
1.13.3 Solution
1.14 Toner packing under high temperature
1.14.1 Symptom
1.14.2 Cause
1.14.3 Solution
1.15 Paper curl
1.15.1 Symptom
1.15.2 Cause
1.15.3 Solution
1.16 Paper wrinkle (Caused by fusing) -1
1.16.1 Symptom
1.16.2 Cause
1.16.3 Solution
1.17 Paper wrinkle (Caused by fusing) -2
1.17.1 Symptom
1.17.2 Cause
1.17.3 Solution
1.18 Paper wrinkle at edges (Caused by fusing)
1.18.1 Symptom
1.18.2 Cause
1.18.3 Solution
1.19 Soiled paper edges – Part 1
1.19.1 Symptom
1.19.2 Cause
1.19.3 Solution
1.20 Soiled paper edges – Part 2
1.20.1 Symptom
1.20.2 Cause
1.20.3 Solution
1.21 Soiled paper edges – Part 3 (Caused by contacting separation guide)
1.21.1 Symptom
1.21.2 Cause
1.21.3 Solution
1.22 OPH soilage (Roller mark)
1.22.1 Symptom
1.22.2 Cause
1.22.3 Solution
1.23 Toner soilage (Roller mark)
1.23.1 Symptom
1.23.2 Cause
1.23.3 Solution
1.24 Soiled edges (Caused by fusing claw)
1.24.1 Symptom
1.24.2 Cause
1.24.3 Solution
1.25 About account data clear at the change of the “Account Track Input Method”
1.25.1 Symptom
1.25.2 Cause
1.25.3 Solution
1.26 Key counter device not working
1.26.1 Symptom
1.26.2 Cause
1.26.3 Solution
1.27 A copy on custom size paper is not centered
1.27.1 Symptom
1.27.2 Cause
1.27.3 Solution
1.27.4 Reference
1.28 While printing, unable to pull out the tray which is not being used
1.28.1 Symptom
1.28.2 Cause
1.28.3 Solution
1.29 Thin paper feeding conditions
1.29.1 Test paper to check feeding
1.29.2 Feeding direction
1.29.3 Feedable size
1.29.4 Installation environment
1.29.5 Image
1.29.6 Others
1.30 Thin paper marked exit roller
1.30.1 Symptom
1.30.2 Cause
1.30.3 Solution
1.31 ADU back side skew (side2 mis-centering)
1.31.1 Symptom
1.31.2 Cause
1.31.3 Solution
1.32 Specific paper feeding conditions (Label, OHP)
1.32.1 Symptom
1.32.2 Cause
1.32.3 Solution
1.33 Warm Up not finished
1.33.1 Symptom
1.33.2 Cause
1.33.3 Solution
2. PRINT IMAGE
2.1 Background appears at the edge of paper by drum cycle-1
2.1.1 Symptom
2.1.2 Cause
2.1.3 Solution
2.2 Background appears at the edge of paper by drum cycle-2
2.2.1 Symptom
2.2.2 Cause
2.2.3 Solution
2.3 Soilage and dent on paper front
2.3.1 Symptom
2.3.2 Cause
2.3.3 Solution
2.4 Toner spill (Caused by developing unit)
2.4.1 Symptom
2.4.2 Cause
2.4.3 Solution
2.5 Background 1
2.5.1 Symptom
2.5.2 Cause
2.5.3 Solution
2.6 Background 2
2.6.1 Symptom
2.6.2 Cause
2.6.3 Solution
2.7 Image with background around solid area
2.7.1 Symptom
2.7.2 Cause
2.7.3 Solution
2.8 Belt cleaning failure-1
2.8.1 Symptom
2.8.2 Cause
2.8.3 Solution
2.9 Belt cleaning failure-2
2.9.1 Symptom
2.9.2 Cause
2.9.3 Solution
2.10 Needle-shaped cleaning failure
2.10.1 Symptom
2.10.2 Cause
2.10.3 Solution
2.11 Photoconductor memory-1
2.11.1 Symptom
2.11.2 Cause
2.11.3 Solution
2.12 Photoconductor memory-2
2.12.1 Symptom
2.12.2 Cause
2.12.3 Solution
2.13 Image soilage (drum cleaning failure)
2.13.1 Symptom
2.13.2 Cause
2.13.3 Solution
2.14 Image deletion (having left long time)
2.14.1 Symptom
2.14.2 Cause
2.14.3 Solution
2.15 Image deletion (caused by paper powder)
2.15.1 Symptom
2.15.2 Cause
2.15.3 Solution
2.16 Transfer flick
2.16.1 Symptom
2.16.2 Cause
2.16.3 Solution
2.17 Low density (transfer failure)
2.17.1 Symptom
2.17.2 Cause
2.17.3 Solution
2.18 Discharge noise (Crow foot)
2.18.1 Symptom
2.18.2 Cause
2.18.3 Solution
2.19 Image soilage on the back (Fusing-caused)
2.19.1 Symptom
2.19.2 Cause
2.19.3 Solution
2.20 Fusing performance (under)
2.20.1 Symptom
2.20.2 Cause
2.20.3 Solution
2.21 Paper wave
2.21.1 Symptom
2.21.2 Cause
2.21.3 Solution
2.22 Low image density
2.22.1 Symptom
2.22.2 Cause
2.22.3 Solution
2.22.4 Figure1: IDC sensor cleaning method
2.23 FD lines in copy (LPH-caused)
2.23.1 Symptom
2.23.2 Cause
2.23.3 Solution
2.24 Printer highlight gradation (Screen caused)
2.24.1 Symptom
2.24.2 Cause
2.24.3 Solution
2.25 Uneven density (Caused by humidity difference)
2.25.1 Symptom
2.25.2 Cause
2.25.3 Solution
2.26 Small size paper image slip
2.26.1 Symptom
2.26.2 Cause
2.26.3 Solution
2.27 Halftone vertical white line (Caused by paper edge)
2.27.1 Symptom
2.27.2 Cause
2.27.3 Solution
2.28 Outline blurred character (Caused by outline emphasizing)
2.28.1 Symptom
2.28.2 Cause
2.28.3 Solution
3. ELECTRICITY
3.1 How to backup/restore NVRAM
3.1.1 Purpose
3.1.2 Covered data
3.1.3 How to backup
3.1.4 How to restore
3.2 How to store/restore data
3.2.1 Subject data
3.2.2 How to backup
3.2.3 How to restore
3.3 How to capture engine log
3.4 Engine log auto store
3.4.1 Purpose
3.4.2 How to set
3.4.3 How to capture log
3.5 How to get listprint
3.5.1 What to get
3.5.2 Procedure
3.6 Machine ICP list
4. SETTING
4.1 How to enable the Security Strengthen mode
4.1.1 Symptom
4.1.2 Solution
4.2 How to register/recall copy setting
4.2.1 How to register the setting
4.2.2 How to recall
4.3 How to recall previous copy job
4.3.1 How to recall
4.3.2 Reference
4.4 How to change default setting when machine is ON
4.4.1 How to set
4.5 “Inf.1” to “Inf.5” under “Total counter of each paper size” in Listprint
4.5.1 Description
5. OPTIONS
5.1 System configuration display without options
5.1.1 Symptom
5.1.2 Solution
5.2 Mounting Plate of Option cannot be attached
5.2.1 Symptom
5.2.2 Cause
5.2.3 Solution
5.2.4 Related document
5.3 When feeding paper from PFU tray, C4705 appears
5.3.1 Symptom
5.3.2 Solution
5.4 LU-410 “PAPER SUPPLY SIDE PLATE” (End guide plate) does not move
5.4.1 Symptom
5.4.2 Cause
5.4.3 Solution
5.5 RU-510 The occurrence of J-7532 when use thin paper
5.5.1 Symptom
5.5.2 Cause
5.5.3 Solution
5.6 FS-532 Flat staple misalignment
5.6.1 Symptom
5.6.2 Cause
5.6.3 Solution
5.7 FS-532 FD direction misalignment
5.7.1 Symptom
5.7.2 Cause
5.7.3 Solution
5.8 FS-532 FD alignment belt replace procedure
5.8.1 Replacement procedure
5.9 FS-532 Unable to pull out the stacker
5.9.1 Symptom
5.9.2 Cause
5.9.3 Solution
5.10 FS-532 Staple misalignment, staple JAM
5.10.1 Symptom
5.10.2 Cause
5.10.3 Solution
5.11 FS-532 Remaining trail edge of large size staple ejection paper
5.11.1 Symptom
5.11.2 Cause
5.11.3 Solution
5.12 FS-532 The occurrence of C-1106 after setting the stapler cartridge
5.12.1 Symptom
5.12.2 Cause
5.12.3 Solution
5.13 FS-532 C1402 occurs
5.13.1 Symptom
5.13.2 Cause
5.13.3 Solution
5.14 FS-532 Attention about FS-532 bundle parts
5.14.1 Symptom
5.14.2 Solution
5.15 FS-532, misalignment due to defective movement of gripper
5.15.1 Symptom
5.15.2 Cause
5.15.3 Solution
5.16 FS-532 Myler attaching to Stapler Unit at replacement
5.16.1 Symptom
5.16.2 Solution
5.17 FS-532, LS-505, PK-522 The first sheet is ejected to LS main tray without punch hole when punch job is performed
5.17.1 Symptom
5.17.2 Cause
5.17.3 Solution
5.18 FS-532, Breakage correspondence of FD alignment plate
5.18.1 Symptom
5.18.2 Solution
5.19 FS-532, SD-510, The changing information of the lubricant in lubrication FS-532/SD-510 maintenance
5.19.1 Contents
5.19.2 Related document
5.20 SD-510`s operation when stapler is empty
5.20.1 Operation Detail
5.20.2 Workflow example
5.21 SD-510 Malfunction on limitation of booklet main body sheet
5.21.1 Symptom
5.21.2 Cause
5.21.3 Solution
5.22 SD-510 At saddle stitching, stapling position varies in main scan direction
5.22.1 Symptom
5.22.2 Cause
5.22.3 Solution
5.23 PK-522 Hole misaligning to CD direction
5.23.1 Symptom
5.23.2 Cause
5.23.3 Solution
5.24 ZU-608, PK-522 Unable to select 4- or 3-hole
5.24.1 Symptom
5.24.2 Cause
5.24.3 Solution
5.25 Addition of ZU-608 bundle parts
5.25.1 Detail
5.25.2 Solution
5.26 LS-505 Mis-alignment in the LS stack
5.26.1 Symptom
5.26.2 Solution
5.27 LS-505 The door opens with its rebound
5.27.1 Symptom
5.27.2 Solution
5.28 FD-503, Punch hole function may fail
5.28.1 Symptom
5.28.2 Solution
5.29 SD-506 tri-fold adjustment procedure
5.29.1 Symptom
5.29.2 Solution
5.30 SD-506 line appears form the trimming edge
5.30.1 Symptom
5.30.2 Cause
5.30.3 Solution
5.31 SD-506, the bundle exit tray is caught
5.31.1 Symptom
5.31.2 Cause
5.31.3 Solution
5.32 SD-506 Up/Down Conveying Unit Belt to Chain Exchange Procedure
5.32.1 Detail
5.32.2 Parts list
5.32.3 Procedure
5.33 SD-506 Change adjustment procedure of trimming bad alignment
5.33.1 Detail
5.33.2 Target machine S/No
5.34 PB-502/503 Cover page misaligns
5.34.1 Symptom
5.34.2 Cause
5.34.3 Solution
5.35 OT-507 Paper exit loading failure cause by curl
5.35.1 Symptom
5.35.2 Cause
5.35.3 Solution
6. JAM
6.1 J-2101
6.1.1 Symptom
6.1.2 Cause
6.1.3 Solution
6.2 J-7542, J-7543
6.2.1 Symptom
6.2.2 Solution
6.3 Paper skew (thick paper)
6.3.1 Symptom
6.3.2 Cause
6.3.3 Solution
6.4 J-1752 (Pre-registration sensor turns ON while in idling)
6.4.1 Symptom
6.4.2 Cause
6.4.3 Solution
6.5 J-7230 or ejecting paper folding
6.5.1 Symptom
6.5.2 Cause
6.5.3 Solution
6.6 The occurrence of J-7533 or Paper folding
6.6.1 Symptom
6.6.2 Cause
6.6.3 Solution
6.7 Confirmation item when J-7330 occurred
6.7.1 Symptom
6.7.2 Cause
6.7.3 Solution
6.7.4 The cleaning procedure of “Entrance guide plate assy”
6.8 J-1311, J-1312
6.8.1 Symptom
6.8.2 Cause
6.8.3 Solution
6.9 J-3203
6.9.1 Symptom
6.9.2 Cause
6.9.3 Solution
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