Konica Minolta Bizhub Pro C6501 C6501P C65hc C5501 Theory of Operation Manual and Field Service Manual

Theory of Operation Manual and Field Service Manual Konica Minolta Bizhub Pro C6501 C6501P C65hc C5501;
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THEORY OF OPERATION CONTENT:
OUTLINE
1. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
2. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
3. UNIT CONFIGURATION
4. PAPER PATH
CONFIGURATION/OPERATION
5. CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM
6. IMAGE CREATING PROCESS
6.1 Flow and functions
6.2 Charging process (Step 1)
6.3 Laser exposure process (Step 2)
6.4 Image development process (Step 3)
6.5 First transfer process (Step 4)
6.6 Second transfer process (Step 5)
6.7 Separation process (Step 6)
6.8 Drum cleaning (Sub step 1)
6.9 Exposure before charging (Sub step 2)
6.10 Transfer belt cleaning (Sub step 3)
6.11 Second transfer roller/Lw cleaning (Sub step 4)
6.12 Toner collection (Sub step 5)
6.13 Process speed
7. SCANNER SECTION
7.1 Configuration
7.2 Drive
7.3 Operation
7.3.1 Scanner/Exposure lamp control
7.3.2 Original size detection control
7.3.3 Original reading area
7.3.4 AE/ACS control
7.3.5 Image processing
8. WRITE SECTION
8.1 Configuration
8.2 Operation
8.2.1 Laser beam path
8.2.2 Write unit control
8.2.3 Color registration control
8.2.4 Front/back sides skew correction in main scan direction
8.2.5 Back side magnification adjustment in sub scan direction
8.2.6 Image stabilization control
9. PHOTOCONDUCTOR SECTION
9.1 Configuration
9.2 Drive
9.3 Operation
9.3.1 Image creation control
9.3.2 Erase lamp (EL) control
9.3.3 Image stabilization control
10. CHARGING SECTION
10.1 Configuration
10.2 Operation
10.2.1 Charging control
11. INTERMIDIATE TRANSFER SECTION
11.1 Configuration
11.2 Drive
11.2.1 Transfer belt conveyance/pressure drive
11.2.2 Second transfer pressure/release drive
11.3 Operation
11.3.1 First transfer roller pressure/release mechanism
11.3.2 First transfer control
11.3.3 Second transfer mechanism
11.3.4 Second transfer control
11.3.5 Image correction unit shutter mechanism
11.3.6 Control of flip prevention for the belt cleaning blade
11.3.7 Control against belt filming
11.3.8 Image stabilization control
12. DEVELOPING SECTION
12.1 Configuration
12.2 Drive
12.3 Operation
12.3.1 Developer conveyance
12.3.2 Developing bias control
12.3.3 Developing suction control
12.3.4 Image stabilization control
13. TONER SUPPLY SECTION
13.1 Configuration
13.2 Drive
13.3 Operation
13.3.1 Toner conveyance control
13.3.2 Remaining toner detection control
13.3.3 Stop control for print operation with no toner
14. TONER COLLECTION SECTION
14.1 Configuration
14.2 Drive
14.3 Operation
14.3.1 Toner collection control
14.3.2 Toner collection box control
14.3.3 Box full control
15. PAPER FEED SECTION
15.1 Configuration
15.2 Drive
15.3 Operation
15.3.1 Plate up/down control
15.3.2 Paper size detection control
15.3.3 Paper feed control
15.3.4 Remaining paper detection control
16. BYPASS FEED TRAY SECTION
16.1 Configuration
16.2 Drive
16.3 Operation
16.3.1 Plate up/down control
16.3.2 Paper size detection control
16.3.3 Paper feed control
16.3.4 Paper empty detection control
16.3.5 Remaining paper detection control
17. VERTICAL CONVEYANCE SECTION
17.1 Configuration
17.2 Drive
17.3 Operation
17.3.1 Vertical conveyance control
18. REGISTRATION SECTION
18.1 Configuration
18.2 Drive
18.3 Operation
18.3.1 Loop control
18.3.2 Registration operation
18.3.3 Paper leading edge timing correction control
18.3.4 Registration speed correction control
19. ADU SECTION
19.1 Configuration
19.2 Drive
19.3 Operation
19.3.1 Paper reverse control
19.3.2 ADU conveyance control
19.3.3 Back side centering correction control
20. REVERSE/PAPER EXIT SECTION
20.1 Configuration
20.2 Drive
20.2.1 Reverse/paper exit drive
20.2.2 Paper exit drive/OT-502 drive
20.3 Operation
20.3.1 Conveyance control
20.3.2 Reverse/paper exit timing control
20.3.5 Paper exit full detection control
21. FUSING SECTION
21.1 Configuration
21.2 Drive
21.3 Operation
21.3.1 Fusing roller drive control
21.3.2 Pressure/release control
21.3.3 Fusing temperature control
21.3.4 Protection against abnormality
21.3.5 Fusing roller/Lw cooling control
22. INTERFACE SECTION
22.1 Configuration
22.2 Application
23. IMAGE STABILIZATION CONTROL
23.1 Outline
23.2 Operation flow
23.2.1 Image stabilizing controls when the sub power switch (SW2) is ON, during printing, and during idling
23.2.2 Image stabilizing controls when selecting the “Stability” in expert settings
23.2.3 Other Image stabilizing controls
24. IMAGE PROCESSING
24.1 Operation flow
24.2 Image type classification
25. OTHER CONTROLS
25.1 Power On control
25.1.1 Parts that operate when the main power switch (SW1) is turned on
25.1.2 Parts that operate when the sub power switch (SW2) is turned on
25.2 Fan control
25.2.1 Configuration
25.2.2 Operation
25.3 Counter control
25.3.1 Structure of counter
25.3.2 Counter operation
25.4 Dehumidifier heater control
25.5 ACS control
25.5.1 Switching from the color mode to the black-and-white mode
25.5.2 Count when using ACS

MAINTENANCE
26. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE
26.1 Housing section
26.1.1 Replacing the Dust-proof filter /1 assy
26.1.2 Replacing dust-proof filter /2 assy
26.2 Photoconductor section
26.2.1 Process unit disassembly flowchart
26.2.2 Opening/closing toner supply section
26.2.3 Pulling out the process unit
26.2.4 Removing drum cartridge
26.3 Charging section
26.3.1 Replacing the charging corona
26.3.2 Replacing the charging dust-proof filter
26.4 Intermediate transfer section
26.4.1 Removing/installing the transfer belt unit
26.4.2 Replacing the belt cleaning blade
26.4.3 Replacing 1st transfer roller /Y, /M, /C, /K and Transfer roller bearing
26.4.4 Replacing the transfer belt
26.4.5 Replacing the 2nd transfer roller /Up
26.4.6 Replacing the separation claw assy
26.4.7 Replacing the belt cleaner unit
26.4.8 Replacing the toner collection sheet /1
26.4.9 Replacing the 2nd transfer roller /Lw and the transfer earth plate assy
26.4.10 Replacing the belt separation claw solenoid (SD1)
26.4.11 Replacing the separation discharging assy
26.5 Developing section
26.5.1 Replacing the developer /Y, /M, /C, /K
26.5.2 Replacing the developing unit /C, /M, /Y, /K
26.6 Toner collection box assy
26.6.1 Replacing the toner collection box assy
26.7 Paper feeding section
26.7.1 Replacing the pick-up roller/paper feed roller rubber
26.7.2 Replacing the separation roller rubber
26.7.3 Replacing the paper feed clutch/pre-registration clutch
26.8 Bypass feed tray section
26.8.1 Replacing the pick-up roller/paper feed roller rubber
26.8.2 Replacing the separation roller rubber
26.8.3 Replacing the paper feed clutch/BP (MC6)
26.9 Vertical conveyance section
26.9.1 Replacing the intermediate conveyance clutch /1 (MC13)
26.10 Registration section
26.10.1 Replacing the cleaning stay assy
26.10.2 Replacing the registration roller assy
26.11 ADU section
26.11.1 Replacing the intermediate conveyance clutch/2 (MC4) and /3 (MC5)
26.11.2 Replacing the ADU conveyance clutch/1 (MC1), /2 (MC2), /3 (MC3), and the ADU pre-registration clutch (MC18)
26.12 Reverse/paper exit section
26.13 Fusing section
26.13.1 Removing/installing the fusing unit
26.13.2 Replacing the fusing drive gear /B and the fusing duct 2 assy
26.13.3 Replacing the fusing drive gear /M
26.13.4 Replacing the fusing lamp /Up
26.13.5 Replacing the fusing roller /2, fusing bearing, and fusing drive gear /O
26.13.6 Replacing the fusing belt, fusing roller /1, insulating sleeve /Up, fusing bearing /Up, and belt regulation sleeve
26.13.7 Replacing the fusing heater lamp /4 (L5)
26.13.8 Replacing the fusing roller /Lw, fusing bearing /Lw, and insulating sleeve /Lw
26.13.9 Replacing the sensor mounting plate A assy
26.13.10Replacing the sensor stay B assy
26.13.11Replacing the fusing paper exit roller /Up
26.13.12Replacing the fusing regulation gear /A and the fusing limiter
26.14 OT-502
26.14.1 Replacing the paper retainer roller
26.14.2 Replacing the paper exit roller
26.14.3 Replacing the paper exit driven roller/2
27. OTHER PROCEDURES
27.1 Items not allowed to be disassembled and adjusted
27.1.1 Scanner section
27.1.2 Write section
27.1.3 Photoconductor section
27.1.4 Charging section
27.1.5 Intermediate transfer section
27.1.6 Fusing unit section
27.2 Disassembly/reassembly parts list
27.3 Disassembly/reassembly procedure
27.3.1 Removing/reinstalling rear cover
27.3.2 Removing/reinstalling left cover
27.3.3 Removing/installing right cover/Up1, /Up2, /Up3, /Lw1 and /Lw2
27.3.4 Removing/reinstalling original glass assy
27.3.5 Removing/reinstalling upper cover/Fr, /Rt, and Lt
27.3.6 Removing/reinstalling upper cover /Rr1 and /Rr2
27.3.7 Removing/installing main board unit
27.3.8 Removing/installing CCD unit
27.3.9 Removing/installing exposure unit
27.3.10 Removing/installing exposure lamp
27.3.11 Removing scanner wire
27.3.12 Reinstalling the scanner wire
27.3.13 Removing/installing write unit
27.3.14 Removing/installing process unit
27.3.15 Removing/reinstalling image correction unit
27.3.16 Removing/installing belt collectin pipe, vertical conveyance pipe and horizontal conveyance pipe
27.3.17 Removing/reinstalling ADU
27.3.18 Replaceing the lock lever/1, /2
27.3.19 Removing/reinstalling paper feed tray /1, /2 and /3
27.3.20 Removing/reinstalling tray up/down wire
27.3.21 Removing/installing temperature sensor /1 (TEMS/1), thermostat /1 (TS1) and /2 (TS2)
27.3.22 Removing/installing temperature sensor /2 (TEMS/2) and thermostat /3 (TS3)
27.3.23 Removing/reinstalling OT
27.4 Commercially available parts
27.4.1 Installing the status indicator light
27.4.2 Installing the key counter (KCT)

FIELD SERVICE CONTENT:
Safety and important warning items important notice
Description items for danger, warning and caution
Safety warnings
Safety information
Important notice
Indication of warning on the machine
Measures to take in case of an accident
Legal restrictions on copying
Composition of the service manual
Notation of the service manual
OUTLINE
1. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
2. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
2.1 Main body
2.2 DF
2.3 PF
2.3.1 PF-602
2.3.2 HT-504
2.4 LU
2.4.1 LU-202
2.4.2 HT-503
2.5 RU-504
2.6 RU-506
2.7 FD
2.8 LS
2.9 FS-521
2.10 FS-520/607
2.11 PI
2.12 PK
2.13 SD
2.14 PB
2.15 GP-501
3. PERIODIC CHECK
3.1 Maintenance item
3.1.1 Main body
3.1.2 DF
3.1.3 PF
3.1.4 LU
3.1.5 RU
3.1.6 FD
3.1.7 FS
3.1.8 PI
3.1.9 SD
3.1.10 PB
3.1.11 GP
3.2 Replacement parts list
3.2.1 Periodically replacement parts list (PRO C6501/C6501P/C65hc)
3.2.2 Spot replacement parts list (PRO C6501/C6501P/C65hc)
3.2.3 Periodically replacement parts list (PRO C5501)
3.2.4 Spot replacement parts list (PRO C5501)
3.3 Concept of parts life
3.3.1 Life value of consumables and parts
3.3.2 Conditions for life specifications values
4. SERVICE TOOLS
4.1 Service material list
4.2 Jig list
4.3 Mail remote notification system
4.3.1 Outline
4.3.2 Operating environments
4.3.3 Major functions
4.3.4 Initial setting
4.3.5 Usage of the mail remote notification system
4.3.6 Mail sending
4.4 Job history list
4.4.1 OUTLINE
4.4.2 Major functions
4.4.3 Setting method
5. FIRMWARE VERSION UP
5.1 ISW
5.1.1 Types of ISW
5.1.2 Firmware data flow
5.1.3 Settings on the main body side while in ISW
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 USB memory ISW
5.3.1 Usage of the USB memory ISW
5.3.2 Main body error list
5.4 Internet ISW
5.4.1 OUTLINE
5.4.2 Operating environment
5.4.3 Initial settings
5.4.4 Internet ISW using the Web Utilities
5.4.5 Internet ISW using the mail remote notification system
5.4.6 Notes for use
5.4.7 Internet ISW using the operation panel
5.4.8 Authentication of the proxy server in the Internet ISW
5.5 Counter list obtaining with USB memory
5.5.1 Outline
5.5.2 List that can be obtained
5.5.3 Obtaining method

ADJUSTMENT/SETTING
6. HOW TO USE THE ADJUSTMENT/SETTING SECTION
6.1 Composition
7. UTILITY MENU
7.1 List of utility mode
7.1.1 Density Unevenness Adj
8. ADJUSTMENT LIST
9. SERVICE MODE
9.1 List of service mode
9.2 Setting method
9.2.1 Start and exit service mode
9.3 Machine adjustment
9.3.1 Restart Timing Adjustment (Printer Adjustment)
9.3.2 Centering Adjustment (Printer Adjustment)
9.3.3 FD-Mag. Adjustment (Printer Adjustment)
9.3.4 CD-Mag. Adjustment (Printer Adjustment)
9.3.5 Lead Edge Erase Adjustmet (Printer Adjustment)
9.3.6 Registration Loop Adj. (Printer Adjustment)
9.3.7 Pre-registration Adj. (Printer Adjustment)
9.3.8 Belt Line Speed Adj. (Printer Adjustment)
9.3.9 Writing Init. Pos. Memory (Printer Adjustment)
9.3.10 Color Registration Adj. (Printer Adjustment)
9.3.11 Color Registration/Manual (Printer Adjustment)
9.3.12 Adjustment when replacing multi feed detection board (PF)
9.3.13 CD Skew Adj. (Printer Adjustment)
9.3.14 Recall Standard Data (Printer Adjustment)
9.3.15 Restart Timing Adjustment (Scanner Adjustment)
9.3.16 Centering Adjustment (Scanner Adjustment)
9.3.17 FD-Mag. Adjustment (Scanner Adjustment)
9.3.18 Recall Standard Data (Scanner Adjustment)
9.3.19 Scanner smooth tone/color (Quality Adjustment)
9.3.20 Printer gamma adjustment (Quality Adjustment)
9.3.21 Sharpness adjustment (Quality Adjustment)
9.3.22 Contrast adjustment (Quality Adjustment)
9.3.23 Image Distinction Level (Quality Adjustment)
9.3.24 ACS adjustment (Quality Adjustment)
9.3.25 Density adjustment (Quality Adjustment)
9.3.26 Tone adjustment (Quality Adjustment)
9.3.27 Recall standard data (Quality Adjustment)
9.3.28 Non-Image Area Erase Check
9.4 Process Adjustment
9.4.1 1st transfer manual adj. (High Voltage Adjustment)
9.4.2 2nd transfer manual adj. (High Voltage Adjustment)
9.4.3 HV adj. (separation AC) (High Voltage Adjustment)
9.4.4 HV adj. (sepration DC) (High Voltage Adjustment)
9.4.5 Pre-transfer Guide HV check (High Voltage Adjustment)
9.4.6 Blade setting mode (Drum Peculiarity Adj.)
9.4.7 Automatic drum potential (Drum Peculiarity Adj.)
9.4.8 Auto gamma adjustment (Drum Peculiarity Adj.)
9.4.9 LD bias adjustment (Drum Peculiarity Adj.)
9.4.10 Automatic Developer Charge (Drum Peculiarity Adj.)
9.4.11 Toner density sensor Init. (Drum Peculiarity Adj.)
9.4.12 Initial drum rotation (Drum Peculiarity Adj.)
9.4.13 Surface potential sensor (Sensor output check)
9.4.14 Maximum density sensor (Sensor output check)
9.4.15 Gamma sensor output (Sensor output check)
9.4.16 Toner Density Sensor (Sensor output check)
9.4.17 Drum Surfase potential (Sensor output check)
9.4.18 Humidity/Temperature (Sensor output check)
9.4.19 Toner Density Return Mode (Sensor output check)
9.4.20 Covered Margin Fine Adj. (Process Fine Adjustment)
9.4.21 Develop AC Bias Fine Adj. (Process Fine Adjustment)
9.4.22 Develop AC Frequency (Process Fine Adjustment)
9.4.23 Toner Density Fine Adj. (Process Fine Adjustment)
9.4.24 Drum Tiny Rotation Interval (Interval/Quantity Adj.)
9.4.25 Auto. Refresh Interval (Interval/Quantity Adj.)
9.4.26 Toner Dens. Sensor Interval (Interval/Quantity Adj.)
9.4.27 Recall standard data
9.5 System Setting
9.5.1 Software SW Setting
9.5.2 Telephone Number Setting
9.5.3 M/C Serial Number Setting
9.5.4 Setup Date Input
9.6 Counter/data
9.6.1 Maintenance Counter
9.6.2 Data Collection
9.6.3 Count of special parts (Parts Counter)
9.6.4 Count of each parts (Parts Counter)
9.7 State Confirmation
9.7.1 I/O Check Mode
9.7.2 Input check
9.7.3 Output check
9.7.4 Adjustment when replacing multi feed detection board (PI)
9.7.5 Adjustment when replacing multi feed detection board (PB)
9.7.6 Storing FD, SD, FS, PB adjustment data into EEPROM
9.7.7 Storing main body adjustment data into NVRAM board
9.7.8 Line memory check on image processing board
9.7.9 Hard disk check
9.7.10 Replacement of the hard disks
9.8 ADF adjustment
9.8.1 ADF Original Size Adj
9.8.2 ADF Orig. Stop Position Adj
9.8.3 ADF Sensor Adjustment
9.8.4 ADF Registration Loop Adj
9.9 Finisher Adjustment
9.9.1 Staple Center Position (Stapler Position Adj.)
9.9.2 Paper Width (staple) (Stapler Position Adjustment)
9.9.3 Paper Width (straight) (Stapler Position Adj.)
9.9.4 Exit Guide Center Adj. (Stapler Position Adj.)
9.9.5 Exit Guide Paper Width (Stapler Position Adj.)
9.9.6 Paper Width Adjustment (Multi Folder (Punch) Adj.)
9.9.7 Hole-Punch Vertical Pos. (Multi Folder (Punch) Adj.)
9.9.8 Half Fold Position Adj. (Multi Folder (Fold) Adj.)
9.9.9 Tri-Fold-in Pos. Adj. (Multi Folder (Fold) Adj.)
9.9.10 Tri-Fold-out Pos. adj. (Multi Folder (Fold) Adjustment)
9.9.11 Double Parallel Folds Pos. Adj. (Multi Folder (Fold) Adj.)
9.9.12 Z-Fold Position Adj. (Multi Folder (Fold) Adj.)
9.9.13 Gate Fold Position Adj. (Multi Folder (Fold) Adj.)
9.9.14 Fold Regist Loop Adj. (Multi Folder (Fold) Adj.)
9.9.15 Multi Folder (PI) Adj
9.9.16 Stacker Adjustment
9.9.17 Staple Center Adj. (Saddle Stitcher Adj.)
9.9.18 Staple Paper Width Adj. (Saddle Stitcher Adj.)
9.9.19 Staple Pitch Adjustment (Saddle Stitcher Adj.)
9.9.20 Half Fold Position Adj. (Saddle Stitcher Adj.)
9.9.21 Tri-Fold Position Adj. (Saddle Stitcher Adj.)
9.9.22 Fold Paper Width Adj. (Saddle Stitcher Adj.)
9.9.23 Trimming Adjustment (Saddle Stitcher Adj.)
9.9.24 Trimmer Receiver Adj. (Saddle Stitcher Adj.)
9.9.26 Cover Trimming Adjustment (Perfect Binder Adjustment)
9.9.27 Cover Lead Edge Adj. (Perfect Binder Adjustment)
9.9.28 Spine Corner forming Pos. (Perfect Binder Adjustment)
9.9.29 Pasting Start Postion (Perfect Binder Adjustment)
9.9.30 Pasting Finish Position (Perfect Binder Adjustment)
9.9.31 Paste Formation Finish Pos. (Perfect Binder Adjustment)
9.9.32 Temperature Adjustment (Perfect Binder Adjustment)
9.9.33 Sub Compile CD Width Adj. (Perfect Binder Adjustment)
9.9.34 Clamp CD Width Adjustment (Perfect Binder Adjustment)
9.9.35 Cover Up/Down CD Width Adj. (Perfect Binder Adjustment)
9.9.36 Clamp FD Position Adj. (Perfect Binder Adjustment)
9.9.37 Paper Width Adjustment (Relay Stacker Adjustment)
9.9.38 Paper Length Adjustment (Relay Stacker Adjustment)
9.9.39 Recall Standard Data (Finisher Adjustment)
9.9.40 Saddle Stitcher Stopper Adj
9.9.41 Half Fold Stopper Adj
9.9.42 Vertical Position Adj. (Punch Adjustment)
9.9.43 Horizontal Position Adj. (Punch Adjustment)
9.9.44 Registration Adjustment (Punch Adjustment)
9.9.45 Paper Edge Detect Sensor Adj. (Punch Adjustment)
9.9.46 Tri-Fold Adjustment
9.9.47 2 Pos. Staple Pitch Adj
9.9.48 Paper Inserter Tray Size Adj
9.9.49 Output quantity limit
9.10 Firmware version
9.11 CS Remote Care
9.11.1 Outline
9.11.2 Setup procedure of the CS Remote Care (When using the E-mail)
9.11.3 Setup procedure of the CS Remote Care (When using the phone line modem)
9.11.4 Setup procedure of the CS Remote Care (When using the WebDAV server)
9.11.5 List of combinations of E-Mail CS Remote Care and Mail remote notification system
9.11.6 E-Mail Initial Setting
9.11.7 http communication Setting
9.11.8 Software SW setting for CS Remote Care
9.11.9 Setup confirmation
9.11.10 Maintenance call
9.11.11 Center call from manager
9.11.12 Confirm communication log
9.11.13 Initialization of RAM for CS Remote Care
9.11.14 Error code list
9.11.15 Troubleshooting
9.12 List output
9.12.1 List Output
9.13 Test Mode
9.13.1 Running Test Mode
9.13.2 Test Pattern Output Mode
9.14 ISW
9.15 CE/Administrator Security Setting
9.15.1 List of CE/Administrator Security Setting
9.15.2 Start and exit CE/Administrator Security Mode
9.15.3 CE Authentication
9.15.4 CE Auth. Password
9.15.5 Admin. Authentication
9.15.6 Administrator Password
9.16 Fee Collection Setting
9.16.1 List of Fee Collection Setting
9.16.2 Start and exit Fee Collection Setting Mode
9.16.3 Coin Vendor
9.16.4 Management Function
10.MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT
10.1 Main body
10.1.1 Adjusting the paper feed roller/BP pressure
10.1.2 (Maximum) paper feed (bypass) height adjustment
10.1.3 Pick-up movement amount adjustment (bypass)
10.1.4 Mis-centering adjustment of the paper feed tray /1, /2 and /3
10.1.5 Separation pressure adjustment of the paper feed tray/1, /2 and /3
10.2 DF
10.2.1 Adjustment of the hinge opening/closing angle (70 degrees and 40 degrees)
10.2.2 Adjustment of the hinge opening/closing angle (90 degrees)
10.3 PF
10.3.1 Paper feed pick-up amount adjustment
10.3.2 Pick-up roller height adjustment
10.3.3 Separation pressure adjustment
10.3.4 Lift plate horizontal adjustment
10.3.5 Horizontal adjustment
10.4 LU
10.4.1 Separation pressure adjustment
10.4.2 Paper lift plate horizontal adjustment
10.4.3 Paper centering adjustment
10.4.4 Paper skew adjustment
10.4.5 (Maximum) Paper feed height adjustment
10.4.6 Pick-up roller separation adjustment
10.5 RU-506
10.5.1 Straight gate solenoid (SD1) position adjustment
10.5.2 Position adjustment of the stacker exit shutter solenoid (SD2)
10.5.3 Position adjustment of the stack switching solenoid (SD3)
10.5.4 Position adjustment of the stacker entrance guide plate solenoid (SD4)
10.6 FD
10.6.1 Roller solenoids /1 (SD5), /2 (SD6), /3 (SD7), /4 (SD8) position adjustment
10.6.2 2nd folding roller solenoid (SD18) position adjustment
10.6.3 Punch centering adjustment
10.6.4 Horizontal adjustment
10.6.5 Paper feed control gear position adjustment (PI tray)
10.6.6 Paper feed pick-up volume adjustment (PI tray)
10.7 LS
10.7.1 Paper press solenoid /1 (SD6) adjustment
10.7.2 Adjusting the paper press solenoid /2 (SD7)
10.7.3 Adjusting the paper press solenoid /3 (SD8)
10.7.4 Adjusting the job partition solenoid (SD2)
10.7.5 Horizontal adjustment
10.7.6 Grip conveyance home sensor adjustment
10.8 FS-521
10.8.1 Adjusting the flat-stapling stopper position
10.8.2 Adjusting the alignment plate position
10.8.3 Horizontal adjustment
10.9 FS-520/607
10.9.1 Adjusting the bypass gate
10.9.2 Shift position adjustment
10.9.3 Adjusting the paper exit solenoid
10.9.4 Adjusting the mounting position of the paper exit arm
10.9.5 Adjusting the mounting position of the alignment plate /Up (FS-520)
10.9.6 Adjusting the mounting position of the alignment plate /Up (FS-607)
10.9.7 Adjusting the mounting position of the alignment plate /Lw (FS-607)
10.9.8 Adjusting the flat-stapling staple position (FS-520)
10.9.9 Adjusting the flat-stapling staple position (FS-607)
10.9.10 Staple position adjustment (flat-stapling) (FS-607)
10.9.11 Stapler vertical position adjustment (FS-607)
10.9.12 Folding stopper tilt adjustment (FS-607)
10.9.13 Adjusting the folding pressure (FS-607)
10.9.14 Adjusting the tri-folding position (FS-607)
10.10 PI
10.10.1 PI tilt adjustment (with PK installed)
10.11 PK
10.11.1 Punch hole position tilt adjustment
10.12 SD
10.12.1 Horizontal adjustment
10.12.2 Folding skew adjustment
10.12.3 Second folding position stabilization adjustment
10.12.4 Staple position adjustment
10.12.5 Stapler position adjustment
10.12.6 Tilt/gap adjustment of the clincher
10.12.7 Trimming skew adjustment
10.12.8 Trimming adjustment
10.12.9 Note to keep in mind when replacing the board
10.13 PB
10.13.1 Clamp sub scan direction alignment adjustment
10.13.2 Clamp main scan direction alignment adjustment
10.13.3 Pellet supply arm angle adjustment
10.13.4 Glue apply roller gap adjustment
10.13.5 Cover paper glue roller gap adjustment
10.13.6 Glue tank movement rail tilt adjustment
10.13.7 Cover paper folding plate nipping adjustment
10.13.8 Cover paper folding plate parallel adjustment
10.13.9 Cover paper table up down belt adjustment
10.13.10 Cover paper alignment plate adjustment
10.13.11 Cover paper cutting skew adjustment
10.13.12 Cover paper table positioning
10.13.13 Cover paper tray pick-up adjustment
10.13.14 Cover paper tray pick-up roller height adjustment
10.13.15 Cover paper tray separation pressure adjustment
10.13.16 Cover paper tray centering adjustment
10.13.17 Cover paper tray lift plate horizontal adjustment

TROUBLESHOOTING
11.JAM CODE
11.1 Jam code list
12.MALFUNCTION CODE
12.1 Malfunction code list
13. TROUBLESHOOTING (GP-501)
13.1 Troubleshooting
13.1.1 General
13.1.2 Back Gauge
13.1.3 Die Set
13.2 Initial Service Action
13.3 Mis-Feed Service Action
13.4 Final Service Action

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 PF
14.4 LU
14.5 RU
14.5.1 RU-504
14.5.2 RU-506
14.6 FD
14.7 LS
14.8 FS
14.8.1 FS-521
14.8.2 FS-520/607
14.9 PI
14.10 PK
14.10.1 PK-512
14.10.2 PK-513
14.11 SD
14.12 PB
14.13 GP-501
15.CONNECTOR LAYOUT DRAWING
15.1 Main body
15.1.1 Connector in the board
15.1.2 Relay connector
15.2 DF
15.2.1 Connector in the board
15.3 PF
15.3.1 Connector in the board
15.4 LU
15.4.1 Connector in the board
15.5 RU
15.5.1 Connector in the board
15.6 FD
15.6.1 Connector in the board
15.7 LS
15.7.1 Connector in the board
15.8 FS
15.8.1 Connector in the board
15.9 PI
15.9.1 Connector in the board
15.10 PK
15.10.1 Connector in the board
15.11 SD
15.11.1 Connector in the board
15.11.2 Relay connector
15.12 PB
15.12.1 Connector in the board
15.12.2 Relay connector
15.13 GP-501
15.13.1 Connector in the board
16.TIMING CHART
16.1 Main body
16.2 DF
16.3 PF
16.4 LU
16.5 RU-506
16.6 FD
16.7 LS
16.8 FS
16.8.1 FS-521
16.8.2 FS-520/607
16.9 PI
16.10 PK
16.10.1 PK-512
16.10.2 PK-513
16.11 SD
16.12 PB
17.OVERALL WIRING DIAGRAM
17.1 Main body 1/3
17.2 Main body 2/3
17.3 Main body 3/3
17.4 Main body 1/12
17.5 Main body 2/12
17.6 Main body 3/12
17.7 Main body 4/12
17.8 Main body 5/12
17.9 Main body 6/12
17.10 Main body 7/12
17.11 Main body 8/12
17.12 Main body 9/12
17.13 Main body 10/12
17.14 Main body 11/12
17.15 Main body 12/12
17.16 DF
17.17 PF
17.18 PF 1/4
17.19 PF 2/4
17.20 PF 3/4
17.21 PF 4/4
17.22 LU
17.23 RU
17.23.1 RU-504
17.23.2 RU-506
17.24 FD
17.25 LS
17.26 FS
17.26.1 FS-521
17.26.2 FS-520/607
17.27 PI
17.28 PK
17.29 SD
17.30 SD 1/4
17.31 SD 2/4
17.32 SD 3/4
17.33 SD 4/4
17.34 PB
17.35 PB 1/4
17.36 PB 2/4
17.37 PB 3/4
17.38 PB 4/4
17.39 GP-501

Number of pages: 2556.

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