Konica Minolta Bizhub PRO 920 Field Service Manual

Field Service Manual Konica Minolta Bizhub PRO 920;
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OUTLINE
1. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
2. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

MAINTENANCE
3. PERIODIC CHECK
3.1 Life value
3.1.1 Life value of materials
3.1.2 Life value
3.2 Schedule
3.3 Maintenance item
3.3.1 Main body
3.3.2 DF
3.3.3 LU
3.3.4 FS
3.3.5 PI
3.3.6 PK
3.3.7 ZU
3.3.8 TU
3.3.9 RC
3.4 Replacement parts list
3.4.1 Periodically replacement parts list
3.4.2 Spot replacement parts list
3.5 Maintenance procedure of the external section
3.5.1 Replacing the ozone filter /1 and /2
3.5.2 Cleaning the dust-proof filter /1, /2 and /3
3.5.3 Replacing the dust-proof filter /1, /2 and /3
3.6 Maintenance procedure of the write section
3.6.1 Cleaning the dust-proof glass
3.7 Maintenance procedure of the photo conductor section
3.7.1 Removing/reinstalling the photo conductor section
3.7.2 Cleaning/removing the drum fixing couplings
3.7.3 Replacing the drum temperature sensor (TH5)
3.7.4 Cleaning the toner control sensor board (TCSB)
3.7.5 Replacing the drum
3.7.6 Replacing the drum claw
3.7.7 Replacing the drum fixing spring/drum positioning collar
3.8 Maintenance procedure of the charge section
3.8.1 Replacing the charge unit
3.8.2 Replacing the charge control plate, charge wire, vibration-proof rubber, charge cleaning unit and C-clip
3.8.3 Cleaning/replacing the charge back plate
3.9 Maintenance procedure of the transfer/separation unit
3.9.1 Replacing the transfer/separation unit
3.9.2 Replacing the transfer/separation wire, transfer cleaning assembly, separation cleaning assembly, vibration-proof rubber and the C-clip
3.9.3 Replacing the transfer exposure lamp (TSL)
3.10 Maintenance procedure of the developing unit
3.10.1 Replacing the suction filter
3.10.2 Replacing the developing unit and the developing suction assembly
3.10.3 Replacing the developer
3.10.4 Cleaning the developing unit
3.10.5 Cleaning the developing bias contact
3.11 Maintenance procedure of the toner supply section
3.11.1 Cleaning of the toner bottle section
3.11.2 Replacing the toner supply sleeves /1 and /2
3.12 Maintenance procedure of the cleaning and toner recycle section
3.12.1 Cleaning the cleaning/toner recycle section
3.12.2 Replacing the cleaning blade
3.12.3 Replacing the toner guide brush assembly, scattering prevention felt, seal plates /Fr and /Rr, and the toner seal plate assembly
3.12.4 Replacing the cleaning gear /A assembly, /B and the guide plate assembly
3.13 Maintenance procedure of the paper feed section
3.13.1 Cleaning the paper dust removing brush (Tray 1, 2, 3)
3.13.2 Replacing the feed roller/pick-up roller (Trays 1, 2, 3)
3.13.3 Replacing the separation roller (Trays 1, 2, 3)
3.13.4 Replacing the feed clutch (CL3, CL5, CL7)/pre-registration clutch (CL4, CL6, CL8) (Trays 1, 2, 3)
3.13.5 Replacing the pre-registration roller (Trays 1, 2, 3)
3.13.6 Replacing the feed input gear
3.14 Maintenance procedure of the bypass tray section
3.14.1 Replacing the feed roller/pick-up roller
3.14.2 Replacing the separation roller
3.15 Maintenance procedure of the vertical conveyance section
3.15.1 Cleaning the paper dust removing brush
3.15.2 Replacing the vertical conveyance clutch /1 (CL9) and /2 (CL10)
3.15.3 Replacing the conveyance roller /1
3.15.4 Replacing the vertical conveyance roller /2 and /3
3.15.5 Cleaning the vertical conveyance sensor (PS53)/loop sensor (PS54)
3.16 Maintenance procedure of the ADU
3.16.1 Cleaning the registration sensor (PS44)
3.16.2 Replacing the registration clutch (CL1)
3.16.3 Removing/reinstalling the registration section
3.16.4 Replacing the registration roller/registration bearing
3.16.5 Replacing the loop roller/ADU exit roller/pre-registration roller/ADU pre-registration bearing/ADU pre-registration clutch (CL2)
3.16.6 Replacing the ADU pre-registration loop roller
3.16.7 Replacing the ADU reverse roller
3.16.8 Replacing the ADU conveyance roller /1, /2
3.16.9 Replacing the reverse/exit roller /1, /2, /3
3.16.10 Replacing the paper reverse/exit entrance roller
3.16.11 Replacing the reverse/exit switching gate
3.16.12 Replacing the sensor actuator
3.17 Maintenance procedure of the fusing section
3.17.1 Removing/reinstalling the fusing unit
3.17.2 Opening/closing the fusing unit /Up
3.17.3 Replacing the cleaning web
3.17.4 Replacing the fusing heater lamp /1 (L2) and /2 (L3)
3.17.5 Replacing the fusing roller /Up, the bearing /Up, the heat insulating sleeve /Up and the fusing gear
3.17.6 Replacing the fusing roller /Lw assembly
3.17.7 Removing/reinstalling the fusing heat roller assembly
3.17.8 Replacing the fusing cleaning sheet assembly
3.17.9 Replacing the fusing heater lamp /3 (L4)
3.17.10 Replacing the fusing heat roller, the heat roller bearing and the heat insulating sleeve /Lw
3.17.11 Replacing the fusing claw /Lw
3.17.12 Replacing the fusing claw /Up
3.17.13 Replacing the fusing actuator
3.17.14 Replacing the thermistor /2 (TH2)
3.17.15 Replacing the thermistor /4 (TH4)
3.17.16 Replacing the web motor (M16)
3.18 Maintenance procedure of the paper exit section
3.18.1 Cleaning the paper exit roller
4. SERVICE TOOLS
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 Initial setting
4.4.5 Usage of the mail remote notification system
4.4.6 Mail sending
4.5 Machine setting data Import/Export
4.5.1 Outline
5. FIRMWARE VERSION UP
5.1 ISW
5.1.1 Outline
5.1.2 Firmware data flow
5.1.3 Types of the Transfer mode
5.2 ISWTrns
5.2.1 Specifications
5.2.2 Installation of the ISWTrns
5.2.3 Usage of the ISWTrns
5.2.4 Error list
5.3 Internet ISW
5.3.1 Outline
5.3.2 Operating environments
5.3.3 Initial setting
5.3.4 Internet ISW using the Web Utilities
5.3.5 Internet ISW using the mail remote notification system
5.3.6 Notes for use
5.3.7 Internet ISW using the operation panel
5.3.8 Authentication of the proxy server in the Internet ISW
6. OTHERS.
6.1 Items not allowed to be disassembled and adjusted
6.1.1 Scanner section
6.1.2 Writing section
6.1.3 Developing unit
6.1.4 Transfer/separation charge unit
6.2 List of parts to be disassembled and reassembled
6.3 Disassembling/assembling procedure
6.3.1 Removing/reinstalling the rear cover
6.3.2 Removing/reinstalling the left cover
6.3.3 Removing/reinstalling the right cover /Up
6.3.4 Removing/reinstalling the right cover /Lw
6.3.5 Removing/reinstalling the front door /Rt
6.3.6 Removing/reinstalling the front door /Lt
6.3.7 Removing/reinstalling the original glass
6.3.8 Removing/reinstalling the upper cover /Lt
6.3.9 Removing/reinstalling the upper cover /Rr
6.3.10 Removing/reinstalling the operation panel
6.3.11 Recovery of the circuit breaker (CBR)
6.3.12 Removing/reinstalling the CCD unit
6.3.13 Replacing the exposure lamp (L1)
6.3.14 Removing/reinstalling the exposure unit
6.3.15 Stretching of the scanner wire
6.3.16 Removing/reinstalling the write unit
6.3.17 Removing/reinstalling the toner supply unit
6.3.18 Removing/reinstalling the paper feed tray 1 and 2
6.3.19 Removing/reinstalling the paper feed tray 1, 2 lift wire
6.3.20 Removing/reinstalling the paper feed tray 3
6.3.21 Removing/reinstalling the paper feed tray 3 lift wire
6.3.22 Removing/reinstalling the ADU
6.3.23 Removing/reinstalling the paper exit section
6.3.24 Setting the rank while in replacing the fusing unit
6.3.25 Removing/reinstalling the thermistor /1 (TH1)
6.3.26 Removing/reinstalling the thermistor /3 (TH3)
6.3.27 Removing/reinstalling the thermostat /1 (TS1)
6.3.28 Removing/reinstalling the thermostat /2 (TS2)

ADJUSTMENT/SETTING
7. HOW TO USE THE ADJUSTMENT/SETTING SECTION
7.1 Composition
8. UTILITY MENU
8.1 List of utility mode
9. LIST OF ADJUSTMENT ITEMS
10.TECH
10.1 List of Tech
10.2 Setting method
10.2.1 Start and exit Tech
10.3 Machine Adjustment
10.3.1 Tray adjustment
10.3.2 Regist line speed adjustment (magnification adjustment)
10.3.3 Printer FD-Mag (magnification adjustment)
10.3.4 Printer CD-Mag (magnification adjustment)
10.3.5 Scanner (Orig
10.3.6 Scanner (ADF) FD-Mag (magnification adjustment)
10.3.7 Printer top margin adjustment (timing adjustment)
10.3.8 Printer regist loop adjustment (timing adjustment)
10.3.9 Printer pre-regist (timing adjustment)
10.3.10 Lead edge margin selection (timing adjustment)
10.3.11 Top image (original glass) (timing adjustment)
10.3.12 Top image (ADF) (timing adjustment)
10.3.13 Scanner (ADF) regist loop adjustment (timing adjustment)
10.3.14 Printer left margin (centering adjustment)
10.3.15 Scanner (Orig
10.3.16 Scanner (ADF) left image (centering adjustment)
10.3.17 Distortion correction
10.3.18 Non image area erase check
10.3.19 ADF density adj
10.3.20 ADF original size adjustment (ADF adjustment)
10.3.21 ADF sensor sensitivity adjustment (ADF adjustment)
10.3.22 ADF incline offset adjustment (ADF adjustment)
10.3.23 Recall standard data
10.4 Process adjustment
10.4.1 Auto high voltage adjustment (high voltage adjustment)
10.4.2 HV adjustment (Charge) (high voltage adjustment)
10.4.3 HV adjustment (Transfer) (high voltage adjustment)
10.4.4 HV adjustment (Separation AC) (high voltage adjustment)
10.4.5 HV adjustment (Separation DC) (high voltage adjustment)
10.4.6 HV adjustment (Charging grid voltage) (high voltage adjustment)
10.4.7 HV adjustment (Bias of development DC) (high voltage adjustment)
10.4.8 Transfer guide confirm (high voltage adjustment)
10.4.9 Blade setting mode (drum peculiarity adjustment)
10.4.10 Auto drum potential adjustment (drum peculiarity adjustment)
10.4.11 Auto maximum density adjustment (drum peculiarity adjustment)
10.4.12 Auto laser diameter adjustment (drum peculiarity adjustment)
10.4.13 LD offset adjustment (drum peculiarity adjustment)
10.4.14 Auto gamma adjustment (1dot) (drum peculiarity adjustment)
10.4.15 LD1 bias adjustment (drum peculiarity adjustment)
10.4.16 LD2 bias adjustment (drum peculiarity adjustment)
10.4.17 Cartridge installation mode (drum peculiarity adjustment)
10.4.18 Drum sensitivity adjustment
10.4.19 User specified paper setting
10.4.20 Recall standard data
10.5 Counter
10.5.1 PM count
10.5.2 Counter/Data
10.5.3 Preset parts life counter (parts life counter)
10.5.4 Optional parts life counter (parts life counter)
10.6 Machine Status
10.6.1 I/O check
10.6.2 Input check mode
10.6.3 Output check mode
10.6.4 Operations in the 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 setting
10.8.3 Running mode
10.9 System input
10.9.1 Software switch setting
10.9.2 Telephone No
10.9.3 Serial No
10.9.4 Install date
10.9.5 Size setting (Tray 4)
10.10Firmware version
10.11CS 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 SW 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
10.11.10Maintenance call
10.11.11Center call from manager
10.11.12Confirm communication log
10.11.13Initialization of RAM for CS Remote Care
10.11.14Error code list
10.11.15Troubleshooting
10.12ISW
10.13Finisher adjustment
10.13.1 Fold & Staple stopper adj
10.13.2 Half hold stopper adjustment (FS-604)
10.13.3 Cover sheet tray size adjustment (PI)
10.13.4 Trimming stopper adjustment (TU)
10.13.5 Punch kit vertical position adjustment (PK)
10.13.6 Punch kit horizontal position adjustment (PK)
10.13.7 Punch unit vertical position adjustment (ZU)
10.13.8 Punch unit horizontal position adjustment (ZU)
10.13.9 Punch registration loop adjustment (ZU/PK)
10.13.10Z-fold position adjustment (ZU)
10.13.11Letter fold adjustment (FS-604)
10.13.122 positions stapling pitch adjustment (FS-604)
10.13.13Fold and staple pitch adjustment (FS-604)
10.14Administrator setting
10.14.1 Administrator authentication
10.14.2 Administrator password setting
10.15CE Setting
10.15.1 CE authentication
10.15.2 CE password setting
10.16IP HDD format
11. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT
11.1 Mis-centering adjustment of the trays 1, 2 and 3
11.1.1 Procedure
11.2 Paper feed roller pressure adjustment of the trays 1, 2 and 3
11.2.1 Procedure
11.3 Lift tray horizontal adjustment of the trays 1, 2 and 3
11.3.1 Procedure
11.4 Skew adjustment
11.4.1 Pre-registration roller skew adjustment of the trays 1, 2 and 3
11.4.2 ADU rear face skew adjustment
11.5 Separation pressure adjustment
11.5.1 Separation pressure adjustment of the tray1, 2 and 3
11.5.2 Separation pressure adjustment of the bypass tray
11.6 Paper feed height adjustment of the trays 1, 2 and 3
11.6.1 Procedure
11.7 Pick-up release amount adjustment of the trays 1, 2 and 3
11.7.1 Procedure

TROUBLESHOOTING
12.JAM CODE
12.1 Jam code list
13.MALFUNCTION CODE
13.1 Malfunction code list

APPENDIX
14.PARTS LAYOUT DRAWING
14.1 Main body
14.1.1 Switch/sensor
14.1.2 Load
14.1.3 Boards and others
14.2 DF
14.3 LU
14.4 FS
14.5 PI
14.6 PK
14.6.1 PK-503/PK-504
14.6.2 PK-505
14.7 ZU
14.8 TU
15.CONNECTOR LAYOUT DRAWING
15.1 Main body
15.1.1 Connector in the board
15.2 DF
15.2.1 Connector in the board
15.3 LU
15.4 FS
15.5 PI
15.6 PK
15.7 ZU
15.8 TU
15.8.1 Connector in the board
16.TIMING CHART
16.1 Main body
16.2 DF
16.3 LU
16.4 FS
16.4.1 FS-509/516
16.4.2 FS-604
16.5 PI
16.6 PK
16.7 ZU
16.8 TU
17.OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM
17.1 Main body 1/4
17.2 Main body 2/4
17.3 Main body 3/4
17.4 Main body 4/4
17.5 DF
17.6 LU
17.7 FS
17.8 PI
17.9 PK-503/504
17.10PK-505
17.11ZU
17.12TU
18.PAPER SETTING
18.1 Paper type setting according to the paper brand
18.2 Relationship between the optimum paper type and the control according to the paper brand (U.S.A)
18.3 Relationship between the optimum paper type and the control according to the paper brand (European paper)
18.4 Conversion table of paper weight

Numbers of pages: 956.