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SERVICE
MANUAL
COPYRIGHT ©2007 CANON INC.
Finisher-AB1
Saddle
Finisher-AB2
DU7-1230-000
MAY 2007
REV. 0
CANON Finisher-AB1 / Saddle Finisher-AB2 REV. 0 PRINTED IN U.S.A.

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  • Page 1

    Finisher-AB1 Saddle Finisher-AB2 SERVICE MANUAL DU7-1230-000 MAY 2007 REV. 0 COPYRIGHT ©2007 CANON INC. CANON Finisher-AB1 / Saddle Finisher-AB2 REV. 0 PRINTED IN U.S.A.

  • Page 2

    This manual may contain technical inaccuracies or typographical errors due to improvements or changes in products. When changes occur in applicable products or in the contents of this manual, Canon will release technical information as the need arises. In the event of major changes in the contents of this manual over a long or short period, Canon will issue a new edition of this manual.

  • Page 3

    Introduction Symbols Used This documentation uses the following symbols to indicate special information: Symbol Description Indicates an item of a non-specific nature, possibly classified as Note, Caution, or Warning. Indicates an item requiring care to avoid electric shocks. Indicates an item requiring care to avoid combustion (fire). Indicates an item prohibiting disassembly to avoid electric shocks or problems.

  • Page 4

    Introduction The following rules apply throughout this Service Manual: 1. Each chapter contains sections explaining the purpose of specific functions and the relationship between elec- trical and mechanical systems with reference to the timing of operation. In the diagrams, represents the path of mechanical drive; where a signal name accompanies the symbol, the arrow indicates the direction of the electric signal.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Chapter 1 Specifications 1.1 Product Specifications..................1-1 1.1.1 Specifications (finisher) ..................... 1-1 1.2 Names of Parts....................1-4 1.2.1 External View......................1-4 1.2.2 Cross Section ......................1-5 Chapter 2 Installation 2.1 Making Pre-Checks................... 2-1 2.1.1 Checking the Contents....................2-1 2.2 Installation Procedure..................

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Contents 3.4.1 Overview........................3-8 3.4.2 Basic Sequence of Operations ................3-11 3.4.3 Horizontal Registration Detection ................. 3-12 3.4.4 Horizontal Registration Correction/Alignment Operation ........3-14 3.4.5 Buffer Operation ...................... 3-17 3.4.6 Switching Over the Paper Path................3-19 3.5 Intermediate Process Tray Assembly............3-20 3.5.1 Overview........................

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents 4.4.2 Process Tray Assembly ..................4-20 4.4.3 Process Tray ......................4-21 4.4.4 Feed Belt ........................4-22 4.4.5 Paddle Unit ........................4-24 4.4.6 Paddle ........................4-24 4.4.7 Tray Unit ........................4-24 4.5 Electrical System..................... 4-28 4.5.1 Finisher Controller PCB ..................4-28 4.5.2 Static Charge Eliminator ..................4-28 4.5.3 Horizontal Registration Sensor Unit ..............4-30 Chapter 5 Maintenance 5.1 User Maintenance .....................

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Contents 5.3.2.13 Bufferless mode 2 ......................5-30 5.3.2.14 Assist stopper position adjustment................5-30 5.3.2.15 Staple inlet guide height adjustment ................5-32 5.3.2.16 Paddle height adjustment ....................5-34 5.3.2.17 Adjustment at poor tray stackability (when the upper curl occurs) ......5-36 5.3.2.18 Adjustment at poor tray stackability (when the lower curl occurs) ......

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    Chapter 1 SPECIFICATIONS...

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    Contents Contents 1.1 Product Specifications ..................1-1 1.1.1 Specifications (finisher)....................1-1 1.2 Names of Parts ...................... 1-4 1.2.1 External View ........................1-4 1.2.2 Cross Section .........................1-5...

  • Page 11: Product Specifications

    Chapter 1 1.1 Product Specifications 1.1.1 Specifications (finisher) 0015-2057 T-1-1 Item Description Remarks Stacking tray A/B by tray lift mechanism Stacking orientation tray A face-down/face-up tray B face-down Stack size tray A A3,A4,A4R,A5R,B4,B5,B5R,Jpn postcard in feed direction, 182 to 487.7 mm; R,279.4mmx432.8mm(11x17),LGL,LTR,EXE,LT in cross-feed direction,139.7 to RR,STMTR,EXER...

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    Chapter 1 1: The number of sheets refers to the result of conversion based on paper of 80g/m2 2: A sheet of paper may be grouped into the following: -large-size; A3,B4,279.4mmx432.8mm(11x17),LGL -small-size; A4,A5,B5,EXE,LTR,STMT,postcard,A4R,B5R,LTRR T-1-2 Item Description Remarks Staple accommodation in special staple cartridge (5000 staples) Detection of staples an alert condition identified at 0 to 40...

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    Chapter 1 Staple Position 1-Point Stapling (front) 5 2.0 5 2.0 A3, B4, A4, B5, / 11"x17", LTR A4R / LGL, LTRR 1-Point Stapling (rear) 5 2.0 5 2.0 A3, B4, A4, B5, / 11"x17", LTR A4R / LGL, LTRR 2-Point Stapling A3, A4 B4, B5...

  • Page 14: Names Of Parts

    Chapter 1 1.2 Names of Parts 1.2.1 External View 0015-2060 F-1-1 [1]Tray B [5]Upper cover [2]Tray A [6]Inlet transport unit [3]Top delivery outlet [7]Front cover [4]Bottom delivery outlet...

  • Page 15: Cross Section

    Chapter 1 1.2.2 Cross Section 0015-2062 [10] [12] [11] [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] F-1-2 [1]Transport belt [8]Delivery roller [14]Assist roller 2 [2]Stack delivery roller [9]Buffer roller 2 [15]Shift roller 2 [3]Swing guide [10]Assist roller 3 [16]Shift roller 1 [4]Paddle [11]Buffer roller 3 [17]Assist roller 1...

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    Chapter 2 INSTALLATION...

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    Contents Contents 2.1 Making Pre-Checks................... 2-1 2.1.1 Checking the Contents....................2-1 2.2 Installation Procedure..................2-3 2.2.1 Points to Note When Turning ON/OFF the power of Host Machine ....2-3 2.2.2 Before Installing Finisher ..................2-3 2.2.3 Connecting with Machine..................2-4 2.2.4 Connecting with High-Capacity Stacker ..............

  • Page 18: Making Pre-checks

    Chapter 2 2.1 Making Pre-Checks 2.1.1 Checking the Contents 0016-0898 [10] M_ _ ________ ___ _________ ___________ __ _____ ____________. M_ _ ________ ___ _________ ___________ __ _____ ____________. P_ _ ______ ___ __________ _____ ____________ ___ _____________. P_ _ ______ ___ __________ _____ ____________ ___ _____________. J_ ____ ____________ ___ ________ _____ ___ _______ _____________ _________.

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    Chapter 2 [1]*1 Finisher Latch plate (for front) Latch plate (for rear) Positioning Pin ARCNET cable coaxial connector Shunt Cable Wire Saddle Screws (RS tight; M4X10) 10pc [10] Screw (Bind; M4X8) [11]*2 Guide map label [12]*3 Guide map label [13] Staple label [14]*3 LED Lamp Label (products for China, Korea and...

  • Page 20: Installation Procedure

    Chapter 2 2.2 Installation Procedure 2.2.2 Before Installing Finisher 0016-0901 1) Open the front cover of the finisher. 2.2.1 Points to Note When Turning 2) Remove 1 screw [2] from the front latch retainer ON/OFF the power of Host [1]. Machine 0016-5236 Power-On Order for Turning On the...

  • Page 21: Connecting With Machine

    Chapter 2 4) Remove 1 screw [1] on the rear latch retainer and pull the hinge [2] forward and downward. F-2-5 2) Fit the positioning pin [1]. - 2 screws (RS tight; M4X10) [2] F-2-4 2.2.3 Connecting with Machine 0016-0903 Check the power on the host machine is surely turned off and the power supply cable is unplugged.

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    Chapter 2 3) While lifting up the front latch plate [1], fit the 4) Fix the front latch retainer. positioning pin on the machine side [2] to the - 1 screw [2] (Use the screw removed in the step finisher's positioning hole [3]. Connect the 2 of "Before Installing Finisher") finisher with the machine.

  • Page 23: Connecting With High-capacity Stacker

    Chapter 2 7) Attach the rear small cover. left side of the high-capacity stacker. 8) Remove 1 screw [1] on the rear lower cover of the - 4 screws (RS tight; M4X10) finisher. Confirm the mark engraved on each latch plate when attaching.

  • Page 24

    Chapter 2 2) Fit the positioning pin [1] of the high-capacity <Rear side> stacker to the position [A]. - 2 screws [2] F-2-16 4) Fix the front latch plate (front) [1]. - 1 screw [2] (Use the screw removed in step 2 of "Before Installing Finisher") F-2-14 3) While lifting up the front latch support [1], fit the...

  • Page 25: After Installation

    Chapter 2 6) Lift up the rear latch plate [1] to fit the pin and fix 9) Connect the shunt cable [1]. - 1 screw (Use the ones removed in step 8.) - 1 screw [2] (Use the screw removed in step 4 of - 1 screw (Use the included screw for the high- "Before Installing Finisher") capacity stacker.)

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    Chapter 2 2) Connect the ARCNET cable [1] to the terminal [2] at sub station, and then turn the finger grip [3] in the direction of the arrow to connect. Be sure to turn off the host machine and unplug the power supply cable when connecting the ARCNET cable.

  • Page 27

    Chapter 2 6) Connect the power supply plug of the finisher. (Perform only for EUR) After setting the connection sequence, the host machine should be turned off and on to enable the setting. Power-On Order for Turning On the Power When Pickup/Delivery Accessories are Connected F-2-26 Be sure to turn on the power in the correct...

  • Page 28: Making Adjustments

    Chapter 2 2.3 Making Adjustments 2.3.1 Height Adjustment 0016-1444 Depending on the floor condition of an installation site, you should adjust the height of the finisher. If not properly adjusted, paper might be jammed more frequently in the feeder assembly. Follow the steps below to adjust the height when it is necessary.

  • Page 29

    Chapter 2 3) For Finisher AB1, detach the caster front cover. - 1 screw [2] F-2-32 6) Measure the height [A] from the floor to the bottom of the machine to check the figure is in the F-2-30 range of 84.6+ -0.5mm. 4) For Saddle Finisher, detach the saddle inner cover (lower) [1].

  • Page 30

    Chapter 2 9) Tighten the fixing nut [1] in the direction of [B]. When loosening the fixing nut on the front caster of the saddle finisher, insert the wrench [3] into the opening just below the saddle bottom plate [2]. F-2-36 10) Repeat the steps above to adjust the height of other 3 casters.

  • Page 31: Attaching The Labels Etc

    Chapter 2 2.4 Attaching the Labels etc. 4) For Saddle Finisher AB2 (product for China, Korea and Taiwan), affix the LED lamp label [2] on the label [1] found in the saddle lower inner 2.4.1 Affixing Labels cover. 0016-1445 1) Open the front cover of the finisher. 2) Affix the Guide map label [1] to the inside of the front cover.

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    Chapter 2 6) Affix the jam removal label [2] in the local language on the position of [A] on the shift guide. F-2-41 7) Attach the parts removed in the previous steps in the following order. - The shift guide - upper cover 8) Close the front cover of the finisher.

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    Chapter 3 FUNCTIONS...

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    Contents Contents 3.1 Basic Construction .................... 3-1 3.1.1 Overview........................3-1 3.2 Electrical Control Unit ..................3-2 3.2.1 Overview........................3-2 3.2.2 Finisher Controller PCB .................... 3-3 3.3 Stacking Unit...................... 3-4 3.3.1 Overview........................3-4 3.3.2 Tray Ascent/Descent Control ................... 3-5 3.3.3 Auxiliary Tray Lift Control..................3-6 3.3.4 Tray Paper Surface Detection..................

  • Page 35: Basic Construction

    Chapter 3 3.1 Basic Construction 3.1.1 Overview 0015-2067 The machine consists of the following 5 blocks: electrical control block, stacking block, transport block, intermediary tray, and saddle stitcher block (Note). Electrical control block Transport block Stacking block To host machine Intermediary tray block Saddle stitcher block...

  • Page 36: Electrical Control Unit

    Chapter 3 3.2 Electrical Control Unit 3.2.1 Overview 0015-2068 The electrical control block governs all the control mechanisms of the machine, i.e., stacking block, transport block, intermediary tray block, and saddle stitcher block. The electrical control block consists of 2 entities: finisher controller PCB and saddle stitcher controller PCB (Note).

  • Page 37: Finisher Controller Pcb

    Chapter 3 3.2.2 Finisher Controller PCB 0015-2069 The finisher controller PCB drives the various loads (motors, solenoids) of the machine in response to the commands from the host machine (copier), and indicates the states of the sensors and switches to the host machine.

  • Page 38: Stacking Unit

    Chapter 3 3.3 Stacking Unit 3.3.1 Overview 0015-2072 The stacking block moves up and down the 2 delivery trays according to the instructions from the finisher controller PCB. Finisher controller PCB [10] [11] UN15 Tray A UN16 PS32 UN17 PS34 UN18 Tray B PS33...

  • Page 39: Tray Ascent/descent Control

    Chapter 3 3.3.2 Tray Ascent/Descent Control 0015-2073 The tray A/B is moved up or down by controlling 2 motors (M22, M23) in response to the instructions from the finisher controller. The machine uses 2 sensors (PS34, PS35) to check for faults in these motors. The sensor monitors the rotation of the motors;...

  • Page 40: Auxiliary Tray Lift Control

    Chapter 3 3.3.3 Auxiliary Tray Lift Control 0015-2074 In response to an increase in the number of folded sheets in the tray, the auxiliary tray is moved up to prevent a delivery jam associated with the tray B (memo) by making sure that the lead and trail edges of the stacks deposited in the tray will be even.

  • Page 41: Tray Paper Surface Detection

    Chapter 3 3.3.4 Tray Paper Surface Detection 0015-2075 The machine is equipped with a mechanism to detect the position of the top of the stack deposited in its 2 trays. The trays are each fitted with a sensor PCB that consists of a light-emitting segment (UN15, UN17) and a light- receiving segment (UN16, UN18).

  • Page 42: Feeding Unit

    Chapter 3 3.4 Feeding Unit 3.4.1 Overview 0015-2076 The machine's transport block serves to move paper to the stacking block or the saddle stitcher block according to the instructions from the finisher controller PCB. It also is used in conjunction with horizontal registration adjustment and alignment operation.

  • Page 43

    Chapter 3 [1]Saddle path switch solenoid drive signal [9]Assist roller 2 shift solenoid drive signal [2]Delivery motor drive signal [10]Horizontal registration motor drive signal [3]Upper path switch solenoid drive signal [11]Shift transport motor drive signal [4]Buffer motor drive signal [12]Assist roller 1 shift solenoid drive signal [5]Assist roller 3 shift solenoid drive signal [13]Horizontal registration detection unit shift motor drive signal [6]Buffer path switch solenoid...

  • Page 44

    Chapter 3 Finisher controller PCB From inserter To tray A UN13 UN14 UN24 To tray B From host machine From saddle stitcher unit F-3-9 [1]Lower delivery sensor signal [5]Buffer path 1 sensor signal [2]Lower path sensor signal [6]Inlet sensor signal [3]Upper delivery sensor signal [4]Buffer path 2 sensor signal PS3:inlet sensor...

  • Page 45: Basic Sequence Of Operations

    Chapter 3 3.4.2 Basic Sequence of Operations 0015-2077 The transport block uses a sequence of operations that consists of the following 5: 1. Horizontal Registration Detection [1] Detects the position of the paper. 2. Horizontal Registration Correction [2] Corrects the position of the paper with reference to the result of horizontal registration detection. 3.

  • Page 46: Horizontal Registration Detection

    Chapter 3 3.4.3 Horizontal Registration Detection 0015-2078 1) About 150 msec after the lead edge of paper has moved past the inlet sensor (PS3), the finisher controller PCB causes the horizontal registration detection unit shift motor (M6) to rotate clockwise so that the horizontal registration sensor (UN12) moves to its standby position (paper edge) from home position.

  • Page 47

    Chapter 3 2)The finisher controller PCB causes M6 to rotate clockwise so that UN12 moves to horizontal registration detection position (11 mm toward the inside from standby position), during which UN12 detects the edge of paper to be moved. The finisher controller PCB uses the results of the detection to compute the horizontal registration value.

  • Page 48: Horizontal Registration Correction/alignment Operation

    Chapter 3 3.4.4 Horizontal Registration Correction/Alignment Operation 0015-2079 1) About 200 msec after the inlet sensor (PS3) detects the lead edge of paper, the finisher controller PCB causes the transport motor (M2) to rotate clockwise, thereby causing the roller inside the shift roller unit to rotate. 2) The finisher controller PCB computes the horizontal registration correction value with reference to the result of horizontal registration detection.

  • Page 49

    Chapter 3 After Correction Before Correction UN13 UN13 F-3-14 [1]Correct position [2]Paper [3]Shift roller unit 3-15...

  • Page 50

    Chapter 3 3) If the machine is in job offset mode, the shift roller unit is moved to the front or the rear as in the case of horizontal registration correction operation (Note), thereby offsetting the stacks of sheets discharged to the delivery tray.

  • Page 51: Buffer Operation

    Chapter 3 3.4.5 Buffer Operation 0015-2080 The finisher controller PCB keeps a sheet of paper in the paper path and forwards it together with the subsequent sheet of paper using the buffer motor (M4) and the buffer path switching solenoid (SL1) with the help of the buffer path 1 sensor and the buffer path 2 sensor (UN13,UN14).

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    Chapter 3 UN13 UN13 UN13 UN14 UN14 UN14 UN13 UN13 UN13 UN14 UN14 UN14 UN13 UN14 F-3-17 3-18...

  • Page 53: Switching Over The Paper Path

    Chapter 3 3.4.6 Switching Over the Paper Path 0015-2081 1) The finisher controller PCB turns off or on the2 flappers (upper delivery flapper, lower delivery flapper) to switch over the destination of paper. F-3-18 [1]From the host machine [5]Lower delivery flapper [2]Paper [6]To tray B [3]To tray A...

  • Page 54: Intermediate Process Tray Assembly

    Chapter 3 3.5 Intermediate Process Tray Assembly 3.5.1 Overview 0015-2083 The intermediary tray block serves to shift or staple a stack of sheets in response to the instructions from the finisher controller PCB, and then sends the result to the stacking block. The paper path is fitted with 2 sensors for detection of a jam.

  • Page 55

    Chapter 3 [1]Front alignment motor drive signal/rear alignment motor signal [7]Paper trail edge retaining motor drive signal [2]Stack delivery auxiliary motor drive signal [8]Delivery motor drive signal [3]Stack delivery motor drive signal [9]Transport belt motor drive signal [4]Swing guide motor drive signal [10]Assist motor drive signal [5]Paddle rotation motor drive signal [11]Staple motor drive signal...

  • Page 56

    Chapter 3 Finisher controller PCB PS17 F-3-20 [1]Lower delivery sensor signal [2]Handling tray sensor signal PS6:lower delivery sensor PS17:processing tray sensor 3-22...

  • Page 57

    Chapter 3 3.5.2 Basic Sequence of Operations 0015-2085 The intermediary tray block uses the following 4 sequences of operations: 1.Stacking Operation [1] Deposits sheets coming front the transport block in the intermediary tray. 2.Aligning Operation [2] Switches over the point of depositing stacks between the front and the rear of the tray. (in shift mode) 3.Stapling Operation [3] Staples a stack of sheets at a specific point.

  • Page 58: Stacking Operation

    Chapter 3 3.5.3 Stacking Operation 0015-2086 1) When the sheet coming from the transport block reaches the lower delivery sensor (PS6), the machine moves the transport belt in the direction of the arrow, and rotates the delivery roller in the direction of the arrow. As a result, the transport belt rotates to move the paper in the direction of the tray.

  • Page 59

    Chapter 3 2) When the trail edge of paper moves past PS6, the stack delivery roller and the paddle rotate in the direction of the arrow, thereby pulling the paper back into the machine. F-3-23 [1]Paper [4]Assist stopper [2]Stack delivery roller [5]Transport belt [3]Sort delivery roller [6]Paddle...

  • Page 60

    Chapter 3 3)When the trail edge of paper reaches the process stopper, the machine stops the rotation of the stack delivery roller and the paddle. The swing guide [7] is moved up. F-3-24 [1]Paper [5]Transport belt [2]Stack delivery roller [6]Paddle [3]Sort delivery roller [7]Swing guide [4]Processing stopper...

  • Page 61

    Chapter 3 Stacks Subject to Misalignment Tray Stacks Free of Misalignment Tray F-3-25 [1]Stack [4]Variation present among lead edges of sheets [2]Tray auxiliary plate [5]Variation absent among trail edges of sheets [3]Processing stopper 3-27...

  • Page 62: Alignment

    Chapter 3 3.5.4 Alignment 0015-2087 1) At the end of stacking, the swing guide is moved up, and then the aligning plate is operated as part of an alignment operation (Note), causing the stack of sheets to move to the rear or to the front. The foregoing sequence of operations applies only to the Tray B.

  • Page 63

    Chapter 3 lignment Mechanism (shift) The machine’s alignment mechanism operates either of its 2 aligning plates to switch over (offset) the point of depositing individual stacks of sheets. Shifting to the Front Shifting to the Rear F-3-27 [1]Tray [4]Rear aligning plate [2]Front aligning plate [5]Existing stacks [3]Paper...

  • Page 64: Stapling Operation

    Chapter 3 3.5.5 Stapling Operation 0015-2088 1)At the end of alignment operation, the machine moves down the swing guide and performs stapling (Note). F-3-28 [1]Swing guide [4]Stapler [2]Stapled stack of sheets [5]Aligning plate [3]Stack delivery roller 3-30...

  • Page 65

    Chapter 3 2) As needed, the staple unit is moved to empty itself of the waste staples in the waste staple case. The machine's stapling sequence consists of the following operations: driving a staple, cutting the staple tips, clinching the staple. F-3-29 [1]Stack of sheets [4]Cutting the staple tips...

  • Page 66: Delivery Operation

    Chapter 3 3.5.6 Delivery Operation 0015-2089 1) The machine starts delivery of the stack at the end of alignment or stapling by rotating the delivery roller in the direction of the arrow. 2) When a stack has 11 or more sheets, the assist stopper moves in the direction of the arrow in synchronization with the stack delivery roller so that the paper delivery operation is smoothly performed.

  • Page 67: Detecting Jams

    Chapter 3 3.6 Detecting Jams 3.6.1 Jam Detection in the Finisher Assembly 0015-2098 The machine is equipped with the following sensors to check the presence/absence of paper and to see if paper is moving properly: - inlet sensor - shift unit sensor - upper delivery sensor - lower delivery sensor - buffer path 1 sensor...

  • Page 68

    Chapter 3 The presence of a jam, on the other hand, is checked by the finisher controller PCB, running a check at such times as programmed in advance. When the finisher controller PCB finds a jam, it will cause the stitcher controller PCB to suspend the ongoing transport/delivery operation and communicate the presence of a jam to the host machine.

  • Page 69: Power Supply

    Chapter 3 3.7 Power Supply 3.7.1 Overview 0015-2100 The machine's power supply mechanism converts the AC power from the power outlet into DC for supply to its various loads. The AC power is supplied to the circuit when the power switch (SW1) is turned on. It is then converted by the circuit into the following DC power supplies;...

  • Page 70: Protective Mechanism

    Chapter 3 3.7.2 Protective Mechanism 0015-2101 The machine is equipped with protective mechanisms that will automatically shut off the output voltage to prevent damage to the power supply circuit in the event of over-current or over-voltage caused, for example, by a short-circuit in any of its loads.

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    Chapter 4 PARTS REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE...

  • Page 72

    Contents Contents 4.1 Removing from the Host Machine ..............4-1 4.1.1 Finisher Assembly ......................4-1 4.2 External Covers ....................4-2 4.2.1 Rear Lower Cover ......................4-2 4.2.2 Rear Upper Cover ......................4-2 4.2.3 Upper Cover Unit .......................4-3 4.2.4 Delivery Tray .......................4-4 4.2.5 Stack Wall (Upper) .....................4-5 4.2.6 Stack Wall (Lower) .....................4-5 4.2.7 Rear Middle Cover .....................4-6 4.2.8 Inside Cover (Upper) ....................4-6...

  • Page 73: Removing From The Host Machine

    Chapter 4 4.1 Removing from the Host 3) Remove the rear small cover [1]. - 4 screws [2] Machine 4.1.1 Finisher Assembly 4.1.1.1 Disconnecting from the Host Machine 0015-2102 Check to make sure that the machine is off and the power plug is not connected to the power outlet.

  • Page 74: External Covers

    Chapter 4 4.2 External Covers 5) Open the front cover. 6) Remove the screw [2] from the latch base (front) [1]. 4.2.1 Rear Lower Cover 4.2.1.1 Removing the Low Rear Cover 0015-2104 1) Remove the lower rear cover [1]. - 8 screws [2] F-4-5 7) While lifting the latch base (front) [1], disconnect the finisher from the host machine.

  • Page 75: Upper Cover Unit

    Chapter 4 4.2.2.2 Before Removing the Upper Rear 4.2.3.2 Removing the Upper Cover Unit Cover (left) 0015-2110 1) Disconnect the cable [1]. - 4 clamps [1] 0015-2106 1) Remove the upper rear cover (right). (page 4- - 1 connector [3] 2)Reference[Removing the Upper Rear Cover - 2 screws [4] (right)]...

  • Page 76: Delivery Tray

    Chapter 4 4) Open the upper cover unit [1]. F-4-14 F-4-12 4.2.4 Delivery Tray 5) Open the upper cover unit so that the damper shaft [1] becomes loose; then, detach it. 4.2.4.1 Position of the Tray B at Power-On 0015-2111 At power-on, the tray B [1] must never be above the tray B paper sensor [2], which will cause an error during detection of the tray B position.

  • Page 77: Stack Wall (upper)

    Chapter 4 4.2.5 Stack Wall (Upper) 4.2.6 Stack Wall (Lower) 4.2.5.1 Removing the Stacking Wall 4.2.6.1 Before Removing the Stacking (upper) Wall (lower) 0015-2112 0015-2113 1) Remove the stacking wall (upper). (page 4- 1) While supporting the tray from below, insert a screwdriver [2] in the hole [1] of the lower face to 5)Reference[Removing Stacking...

  • Page 78: Rear Middle Cover

    Chapter 4 4.2.7 Rear Middle Cover 4.2.6.3 Mounting the Stacking Wall (lower) 4.2.7.1 Removing the Middle Rear Cover 0015-2115 1) Turn the shutter drive shaft [2] so that the shutter 0015-2118 1) Remove the middle rear cover [1]. drive roll [1] is directly below. - 4 screws [2] F-4-20 2) Mount the stacking wall (lower) so that the shutter...

  • Page 79: Inside Cover (lower)

    Chapter 4 4.2.9 Inside Cover (Lower) 2) Push in the stapler unit [1] until it is as shown. 4.2.9.1 Removing the Inside Cover (lower) 0015-2122 1) Open the front cover. 2) Remove the inside cover (lower) [1]. - 2 screws [2] F-4-26 3) Remove the stapler unit [1].

  • Page 80: Front Alignment Motor

    Chapter 4 4.3.2 Front Alignment Motor 3) Remove the handling tray plate unit [1]. - 1 screw [2] (loosen) - 1 belt [3] 4.3.2.1 Before Removing the Alignment - 6 screws [4] Motor (frontÅj - 2 positioning plates [5] 0015-2128 1) Remove the stacking wall (upper).

  • Page 81: Rear Alignment Motor

    Chapter 4 5) Remove the handling tray (front) [1]. - 2 screws [2] F-4-32 6) Loosen the screw [1], and free the belt [2] from the gear [3]. F-4-34 4.3.3 Rear Alignment Motor 4.3.3.1 Before Removing the Alignment Motor (rear) 0015-2302 1) Remove the stacking wall (upper).

  • Page 82

    Chapter 4 2) Free the cable [2] connected to the 2 clamps [1], 4) Remove the handling tray aligning plate (rear). and disconnect the connector [3]. - 1 screw [2] - 1 claw [3] F-4-36 F-4-38 3) Remove the handling plate unit [1]. 5) Remove the handling tray (front) [1].

  • Page 83: Tray Shift Motor

    Chapter 4 7) Remove the aligning motor (rear) [1]. 2) While supporting the tray from below, release the (page 5-11)Reference[Adjusting the Angle of roll [1] in the direction of the arrow; then, move it the Aligning Plate (orthogonal)] down until it stops. (page 5-13)Reference[Adjusting the Aligning Plate Width] - 1 clamp [2]...

  • Page 84: Shift Motor

    Chapter 4 5) Remove the tray A/B lift motor. 2) Remove the transport stay (upper right) [1]. - 2 screws [2] - 4 screws [2] - 1 belt [3] F-4-46 4.3.5 Shift Motor 4.3.5.1 Before Removing the Shift Motor 0015-2305 1) Disconnect the machine from the host machine side.

  • Page 85

    Chapter 4 4) Disconnect the 2 connectors [1], and remove the 2 6) Remove the cable retainer [1], and disconnect the screws [2]. connector [2]; then, free the cable [3] from the cable guide [4]. F-4-52 7) Insert a screwdriver [1] into the hole [1]. F-4-50 5) Remove the detection drive assembly [1].

  • Page 86

    Chapter 4 9) Detach the belt [1] from the gear [2]. F-4-57 F-4-55 12) Disconnect the connector [1], and free the cable 10) Remove the 2 slide shafts [1] in the direction of [2] from the clamp [3] and the 2 edge saddles [4]. the arrow.

  • Page 87: Belt Controller Unit

    Chapter 4 4.3.6.2 Removing the Belt Controller Unit 13) Remove the shift motor unit [1]. - 3 screws [2] 0015-2310 1) Loosen the screw [1]. F-4-61 F-4-59 2) Free the cable from the 4 clamps [1] and the edge 14) Remove the shift motor [1]. saddle [2];...

  • Page 88

    Chapter 4 3) Remove the 2 screws [1] found at the rear of the machine. F-4-63 4) Remove the 2 screws [1] found at the front of the machine. F-4-65 The belt [4] tends to slip off. Take care not to lose it. 6) Shift the belt variable lever [1] in the direction of the arrow.

  • Page 89

    Chapter 4 7) Release the 2 roll guides [1] in the direction of the 9) Remove the E-ring [1] and the bushing [2]. arrow, and detach the 2 belts [2] from the belt variable lever [3]. F-4-69 10) Remove the belt controller unit [1]. - 2 screws [2] F-4-67 8) Remove the 3 E-rings [1], shift [2], and bushing...

  • Page 90: Document Feeding System

    Chapter 4 4.4 Document Feeding System 4.4.1 Stack Delivery Roller Unite the guide side [3] of a guide lever (before) [1] 4.4.1.1 Before Removing the Stack and a guide lever (after) [2]. After that, it is a belt Delivery Upper Roller [4].

  • Page 91

    Chapter 4 3) Remove the belt [1], E-ring [2], gear [3], parallel 5) Remove the ball bearing [1] in downward pin [4], and plate [5]. direction, detaching the delivery roller [2] at the same time. F-4-74 4) Remove the ball bearing [1], washer [2]; E-ring F-4-76 [3], and ball bearing [4].

  • Page 92: Process Tray Assembly

    Chapter 4 4.4.2 Process Tray Assembly 2) Turn the knob [1] clockwise so that the rear edge drop guide [2] is at its lowest position. 4.4.2.1 Before Removing the Handling Tray Unit 0015-2165 1) Remove the stacking wall (upper). (page 4- 5)Reference[Removing Stacking Wall...

  • Page 93: Process Tray

    Chapter 4 A guide [2] is attached so that it may not run aground on a lever [1]. F-4-82 2) Remove the handling tray (front) [1]. - 2 screws [2] F-4-81 4.4.3 Process Tray F-4-83 4.4.3.1 Before Removing the Handling Tray (front/rear) 0015-2167 1) Remove the stacking wall (upper).

  • Page 94: Feed Belt

    Chapter 4 4.4.4 Feed Belt 4.4.3.3 Removing the Handling Tray (rear) 4.4.4.1 Before Removing the Transport 0015-2169 1) Shift the handling tray aligning plate (rear) [1] in the direction of the arrow; then, remove the screw Belt [2] and the claw [3] to detach the handling tray aligning plate (rear).

  • Page 95

    Chapter 4 3) Turn the coupling (front) [1] so that the screw is at 5) Release the roll guide [1], and detach the transport the front; then, loosen the screw, and shift the roll [2] from the shaft together with the belt. coupling (front) to the right.

  • Page 96: Paddle Unit

    Chapter 4 4.4.5 Paddle Unit 4.4.6.2 Removing the Paddle 4.4.5.1 Before Removing the Paddle Unit 0015-2175 1) Release the 2 claws [1], and detach the paddle retaining roll [2] to detach the paddle [3]. 0015-2172 1) Remove the stacking wall (upper). (page 4- 5)Reference[Removing Stacking Wall...

  • Page 97

    Chapter 4 3) Remove the stopper[1] 1. Removing the Tray A Unit - screw [2] 1) Remove the support cover [1]. - claw [2] F-4-96 4) Remove the screw [1], and disconnect the 2 connectors [2]. F-4-94 2) Remove the support plate [1]. - 4 screws [2] F-4-95 F-4-97...

  • Page 98

    Chapter 4 5) Remove the 2 screws [1], and lead out the cable [2] in the direction of the arrow. 2. Removing the Tray B Unit 1) Remove the stopper (lower) [1]. - 1 screw [2] F-4-98 6) Remove the tray A cover [1] - 4 screws [2] F-4-101 2) Remove the screw [1], and disconnect the...

  • Page 99

    Chapter 4 4.4.7.3 Points to Note About the Tray A/B 3) Remove the 2 screws [1], and lead out the cable [2] in the direction of the arrow. Cable 0015-2178 When mounting the tray A/B unit, take care so that the cables will not become tangled.

  • Page 100: Electrical System

    Chapter 4 4.5 Electrical System 4.5.2 Static Charge Eliminator 4.5.2.1 Removing the Stack Edging Roller 4.5.1 Finisher Controller PCB Static Eliminator 4.5.1.1 Finisher Controller PCB 0015-2194 1) Remove the 2 stack edging roller stack eliminators 4.5.1.1.1 Before Removing the Finisher [1].

  • Page 101

    Chapter 4 4.5.2.3 Removing the Stack Eliminator 3) Remove the handling tray unit. (page 4- 20)Reference[Removing the Handling Tray (upper delivery slot) Unit] 0015-2196 4.5.2.5 Removing the Stack Eliminator 1) Remove the buffer upper cover assembly [1]. - 1 reuse band [2] (inside delivery guide) - 4 screws [3] 0015-2198...

  • Page 102: Horizontal Registration Sensor Unit

    Chapter 4 4.5.3 Horizontal Registration Sensor 4.5.2.7 Removing the Static Eliminator (T2) Unit 0015-2203 4.5.3.1 Before Removing the Horizontal 1) Open the front cover. 2) Slide out the saddle unit. Registration Sensor Unit 3) Remove the static eliminator (T2) [1] - 2 screws [2] 0015-2205 1) Separate the machine from the host machine side.

  • Page 103

    Chapter 4 2) Disconnect the 2 connectors [1], and remove the 2 4) Disconnect the connector [1], and free the cable screws [2]. [2] from the 3 cable guides [3] and the edge saddle [4]. 5) Remove the 2 screws [5]. F-4-117 3) Remove the detection drive assembly [1].

  • Page 104

    Chapter 5 MAINTENANCE...

  • Page 105

    Contents Contents 5.1 User Maintenance ..................... 5-1 5.1.1 User Maintenance Items (finisher) ................5-1 5.2 Maintenance and Inspection ................5-1 5.2.1 Periodically Replaced Parts ..................5-1 5.2.1.1 Periodically Replaced Parts in the Finisher..............5-1 5.2.2 Durables ........................5-1 5.2.2.1 Durables in the Finisher ...................... 5-1 5.2.2.2 Durables in the Saddle Stitcher..................

  • Page 106

    Contents 5.3.2.23 The amount of sending of a saddle disengage roller adjustment......5-49 5.3.2.24 Saddle staple position adjustment................. 5-51 5.3.3 Other ......................... 5-53 5.3.3.1 Service Mode (by DIP switch)<Incerter>................ 5-53 5.4 Troubleshooting ....................5-56 5.4.1 Malfunction ....................... 5-56 5.4.1.1 Malfunction/Faulty Detection .................... 5-56 5.5 Outline of Electrical Components ..............

  • Page 107: User Maintenance

    Chapter 5 5.1 User Maintenance 5.1.1 User Maintenance Items (finisher) 0015-2208 T-5-1 Item Timing staple cartridge (replacement) when prompted (in host machine control panel) waste staple (disposal) when prompted (in host machine control panel) 5.2 Maintenance and Inspection 5.2.1 Periodically Replaced Parts 5.2.1.1 Periodically Replaced Parts in the Finisher 0015-2211 The finisher does not have a part that requires periodical replacement.

  • Page 108: Durables In The Saddle Stitcher

    Chapter 5 5.2.2.2 Durables in the Saddle Stitcher 0015-2214 Some parts of the machine may require replacement once or more over the period of product warranty because of deterioration or damage. Replace them as necessary. T-5-3 as of November 2005 Parts name Parts number Q'ty Life...

  • Page 109: Adjustment

    Chapter 5 5.3 Adjustment 5.3.1 Basic Adjustment 5.3.1.1 Adjusting the Height 0015-2219 If jams start to occur often, adjust the height of the machine as follows: 1. Checking the Height 1) Check the height of the finisher and the host machine.

  • Page 110

    Chapter 5 3) In the case of the Finisher-AB1, remove the caster 5) Remove the 2 caster covers [1] from the left side. cover [1]. (The illustration shows the saddle finisher.) - 1 screw [2] - 2 screws [2] F-5-6...

  • Page 111

    Chapter 5 7) Loosen the fixing nut [1] of the scanner by turning the spanner (large) [2] in the direction of [A]. F-5-10 F-5-8 9) Tighten the fixing nut [1] in the direction of [B]. When loosening the caster fixing nut [1] on the front of the saddle finisher, be sure to fit the spanner [3] through the gap below the saddle assembly base plate [2].

  • Page 112: Adjusting The Horizontal Registration/angle

    Chapter 5 5.3.1.2 Adjusting the Horizontal 4) Set the DIP switch SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as shown (1, 4, 6, and 8 at ON), and press the Registration/Angle enter button (SW385) [2]; in response, the LED [3] will flash '0'. 0015-2221 If the vibration is excessive (i.e., the horizontal registration unit shifts excessively), or the skew is...

  • Page 113

    Chapter 5 7) Press the enter button to end adjustment mode. 3. Adjusting the Angle 8) Turn off the host machine and then the finisher in If the angle is as indicated, start with step 7). sequence. 1) Lift the upper cover [1], and detach the inside cover (upper) [2].

  • Page 114: Adjusting The Sensor Intensity

    Chapter 5 5) Loosen the 2 screws [2] on the latch base (rear) [1]. 6) If the value recorded is on the + side, move the base in the direction of [A] and tighten the screw Make sure that the total of the indexes over which the [2].

  • Page 115

    Chapter 5 Be sure to lower the tray A/B [2] until it does not block the tray sensor (front/rear) [1]. F-5-21 3) Insert a screwdriver [2] through the hole [1] in the bottom face of the tray; then, disengage the tray in the direction of [A], and lower the tray A/B in the direction of [B].

  • Page 116: Adjusting The Tray A/b Position

    Chapter 5 5) Set the DIP switch SW382 [1] of the switch PCB T-5-4 as shown (1: ON), and press the enter button Code Sensor Name (SW385) [2] to start sensor intensity adjustment. Buffer path 1 sensor PCB(UN13) Buffer path 2 sensor PCB(UN14) Lower path sensor PCB(UN24) Horizontal sensor PCB(UN12) SW382...

  • Page 117: Adjusting The Angle Of The Aligning Plate (orthogonal)

    Chapter 5 5.3.2.2 Adjusting the Angle of the Aligning 3) Place A4 paper [1] in the intermediate handling tray in the direction of the arrow. Make adjustments Plate (orthogonal) so that there is no gap between the paper edge [1] and the aligning plate [2];...

  • Page 118: Adjusting The Stapler Position

    Chapter 5 5.3.2.3 Adjusting the Stapler Position 5.3.2.4 Adjusting the Speed of the Swing Guide 0015-2227 Go through the following steps if you have replaced the stapler unit found in the intermediate handling 0015-2229 Go through the following steps if you have replaced tray assembly: the swing guide motor or the EEPROM of the 1) Mark the position [1] of the stapler unit before...

  • Page 119: Adjusting The Aligning Plate Width

    Chapter 5 5.3.2.5 Adjusting the Aligning Plate Width 5) Set the DIP switch SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as follows: 0015-2230 Go through the following steps if you have replaced the front alignment motor or the rear alignment motor or the EEPROM of the controller PCB: 1) Turn on the finisher.

  • Page 120

    Chapter 5 5) Set the DIP switch SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as follows: for A-Series, SW382 SW381 SW382 SW383 SW384 SW385 SW381 ENTER SW383 SW384 SW385 F-5-40 7) Place A4 paper [1] in the intermediate handling ENTER tray. (Be sure to butt the paper against the rear of the handling tray.) F-5-38 for L-Series,...

  • Page 121

    Chapter 5 8) Press the push switch SW383 [1] or SW384 [2] to 9) Press the push switch SW385 [1] to store the store the new value. distance of travel of the front aligning plate. A single press on SW383 will cause the LED [3] to indicate '-1', moving the front aligning plate [4] by about 0.2 mm toward the front.

  • Page 122: Adjusting The Transport Belt Position

    Chapter 5 5.3.2.6 Adjusting the Transport Belt 5) Set the DIP switch SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as follows: Position 0015-2231 Go through the following steps if you have replaced the transport belt of the intermediate tray or there is displacement among the sheets of a delivered stack: 1) Turn on the finisher.

  • Page 123: Adjusting The Stapling Position (rear 1-point)

    Chapter 5 Reference: 1. If wear has occurred on the transport belt or recycled paper (i.e., with high surface resistance) is used, select a negative adjustment value (-1 to - 4) to increase the retention. 2. If dents have occurred in the edge of paper, select a positive adjustment value (+1 to +4) to SW382 decrease the retention.

  • Page 124

    Chapter 5 4) Remove the screw [2], and detach the switch cover [1]. SW382 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER F-5-54 F-5-52 for L-Series, 5) Set the DIP switch SW382 [1] of the switch PCB as follows: SW382 SW382 SW381 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 SW383...

  • Page 125

    Chapter 5 7) Press the push switch SW383 [1] or SW384 [2] to execute stapling. store the adjustment value. A single press on SW383 will cause the LED [3] to indicate '-1', moving the stapling position toward the rear. On the other hand, a single press on SW384 will cause the LED [3] to indicate '+1', moving the stapling position toward the front.

  • Page 126: Adjusting The Stapling Position (front 1-point)

    Chapter 5 5.3.2.8 Adjusting the Stapling Position (front 1-point) 0015-2233 Go through the following steps if the stapling position (front 1-point) is displaced or if you have replaced the EEPROM of the finisher controller SW382 PCB: 1) Turn on the finisher. 2) Turn on the host machine so that it will be in a standby state.

  • Page 127

    Chapter 5 6) Press the push switch SW385 [1] to start 8) Press the push switch SW385 [1] to move the adjustment of the stapling position (front 1- stapler toward the front. point). SW382 SW382 SW381 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER...

  • Page 128: Adjusting The Stapling Position (2-point)

    Chapter 5 5.3.2.9 Adjusting the Stapling Position (2- 10) Check to make sure that the stapling position is 5 +/-2 mm [1] as a result of the foregoing steps. point) Otherwise, go back to step 6). 0015-2237 Go through the following steps if there is displacement in stapling position (2-point) or if you have replaced the EEPROM of the finisher controller PCB:...

  • Page 129

    Chapter 5 5) Set the DIP switch SW382 [1] on the switch PCB 6) Press the push switch SW385 [1] to start as follows: adjustment of stapling position (2-point). for A-Series, SW382 SW382 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 SW381 ENTER SW383 SW384 SW385 F-5-73 ENTER...

  • Page 130

    Chapter 5 7) Press the push switch SW383 [1] or SW384 [2] to 8) Press the push switch SW385 [1] to move the store the new adjustment value. stapler to the 2-point stapling position. A single press on SW383 will cause the LED [3] to indicate '-1', moving the stapling position (2- point) upward.

  • Page 131: Adjusting The Delivery Of Stapled Stacks (lower Delivery)

    Chapter 5 10) Check to see that the stapling position is as follows [1] as the result of the foregoing steps: for A-Series, 86.3 +/-4 mm; for L-Series, 73.7 +/-4 mm. Otherwise, go back to step 6). F-5-77 F-5-79 5) Set the DIP switch SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as follows: If the LED indicates other than '0', the adjustment is likely to have failed.

  • Page 132

    Chapter 5 6) Press the push switch SW385 [1] so that the LED [2] flashes '0', indicating that the machine is ready for adjustment. SW382 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER F-5-81 7) Place 3 originals in the ADF, and set as follows on the control panel: A4, 1 set (staple sort).

  • Page 133

    Chapter 5 10) If A (between 1st and 2nd sheets) or B (between 2nd and 3rd sheets) is not as indicated, go through the following: Press the push switch SW385 [1] so that the machine is in adjustment mode for A (between 1st and 2nd sheets).

  • Page 134

    Chapter 5 5) Set the DIP SW382 [1] on the Switch PCB as shown in the figure below. EEPROM is initialized by pressing the switches in the order of SW385,SW384,SW383, once for each. SW382 SW381 F-5-86 SW383 SW384 SW385 4) Detach the switch cover [1] by removing the screw [2].

  • Page 135: Bufferless Mode 1

    Chapter 5 5.3.2.12 Bufferless mode 1 5) Set the DIP switch SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as follows: 0016-4794 This mode is selected when the conditions listed below are satisfied. - When poor alignment has occurred in cases where a multiple number of copies has been made - When the corners of the sheets are creased - When a buffer path 2 sensor stationary jam (jam...

  • Page 136: Bufferless Mode 2

    Chapter 5 5) Set the DIP switch SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as follows: 5.3.2.13 Bufferless mode 2 0016-4795 This mode is selected when the conditions listed below are satisfied. - When poor alignment has occurred in cases where a multiple number of copies has been made using coated sheets for the originals SW382...

  • Page 137

    Chapter 5 3) Place the A4 or letter size sheets [1] in the 4) Remove the 2 screws [2], and remove the assist intermediate processing tray in the direction of the stopper [1]. arrow. Then, measure the degree of displacement [A] between the paper edge stopper [2] and the assist stopper [3].

  • Page 138: Staple Inlet Guide Height Adjustment

    Chapter 5 6) Attach the assist stopper [1] using the 2 screws [2]. F-5-101 F-5-99 4) Remove the screw [2], and detach the switch cover [1]. 5.3.2.15 Staple inlet guide height adjustment 0016-4796 This adjustment is performed either when poor tray stacking occurs with thin papers shown in the figure below or when the EEPROM (IC107) on the finisher controller PCB is replaced.

  • Page 139

    Chapter 5 5) Set the DIP switch SW382 [1] on the switch PCB When the foregoing fault has occurred, it can be as follows: remedied by changing the adjustment value in the negative direction. SW382 SW382 SW381 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER...

  • Page 140: Paddle Height Adjustment

    Chapter 5 8) This adjustment is completed by pressing the push switch SW385 [1] again. SW382 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 F-5-109 4) Remove the screw [2], and detach the switch ENTER cover [1]. F-5-107 5.3.2.16 Paddle height adjustment 0016-6224 This adjustment is performed either when poor tray stacking occurs with thin papers shown in the figure below or when the EEPROM (IC107) on the finisher controller PCB is replaced.

  • Page 141

    Chapter 5 6) The preparations for the paddle height adjustment are completed by pressing the push switch SW385 [1]. SW382 SW381 F-5-114 SW383 SW384 SW385 7) The adjustment amount is determined by pressing either one of the push switches: SW383 [1] or ENTER SW384 [2].

  • Page 142: Adjustment At Poor Tray Stackability (when The Upper Curl Occurs)

    Chapter 5 5.3.2.17 Adjustment at poor tray stackability (when the upper curl occurs) 0016-6227 This adjustment is performed either when poor tray stackability occurs (when the upper curl occurs) shown in the figure below or when the EEPROM (IC107) on the finisher controller PCB is replaced. F-5-116 F-5-118 <Memo>...

  • Page 143: Adjustment At Poor Tray Stackability (when The Lower Curl Occurs)

    Chapter 5 6) The preparations for this adjustment are completed by pressing the push switch SW385 [1]. SW382 SW382 SW381 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER ENTER F-5-122 5.3.2.18 Adjustment at poor tray F-5-120 stackability (when the lower curl occurs) 7) When the push switch SW384 [1] is pressed once, "+1"...

  • Page 144

    Chapter 5 3) Open the front door, and insert the door switch 5) Set the DIP switch SW382 [1] on the switch PCB actuator into the door switch [1]. as follows: SW382 SW381 F-5-124 SW383 SW384 SW385 4) Remove the screw [2], and detach the switch cover [1].

  • Page 145: Adjustment At Poor Tray Stackability (run Over When Using Thin Paper)

    Chapter 5 7) When the push switch SW384 [1] is pressed twice, "+2" appears on the LED [2]. SW382 F-5-130 SW381 <Memo> By executing this adjustment, the finisher reduces the feeding speed. As a result, the degree of curl of thin paper is reduced;...

  • Page 146

    Chapter 5 4) Remove the screw [2], and detach the switch cover [1]. SW382 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER F-5-134 F-5-132 7) When the push switch SW384 [1] is pressed once, "+1" appears on the LED [2]. 5) Set the DIP switch SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as follows: SW382 SW382...

  • Page 147: Tray Stacking Limit Cancellation Adjustment

    Chapter 5 8) This adjustment is completed when the push T-5-6 switch SW385 [1] is pressed again. Loading capacity Paper type Under normal When the stacking conditions limit is cancelled SW382 Plain paper (extra long 1,000 sheets 1,500 sheets size) Coated SW381 paper (half...

  • Page 148

    Chapter 5 4) Remove the screw [2], and detach the switch cover [1]. SW382 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER F-5-141 7) When the push switch SW384 [1] is pressed once, F-5-139 "+1" appears on the LED [2]. 5) Set the DIP switch SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as follows: SW382 SW382...

  • Page 149: Saddle Staple Alignment Adjustment

    Chapter 5 8) This adjustment is completed when the push switch SW385 [1] is pressed again. SW382 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER F-5-143 F-5-144 5.3.2.21 Saddle staple alignment adjustment 3) Detach the saddle inner cover (lower) [1]. - 4 screws [2] 0016-4897 - 1 knob [3] T-5-7...

  • Page 150

    Chapter 5 4) Turn on the power of the finisher. 5) Turn on the power switch on the host machine to set the host machine to the standby mode. 6) Open the front door, and insert the door switch actuator into the door switch [1]. F-5-148 F-5-146 9) Place the sheets (A3 or LDR) [1] along the feeding...

  • Page 151

    Chapter 5 10) Set the DIP SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as shown in the figure below. SW382 SW381 SW382 SW383 SW384 SW385 SW381 ENTER SW383 SW384 SW385 F-5-152 ENTER 13) The sheets are folded and delivered by pressing the push switch SW383 [1] several times.

  • Page 152: Saddle Disengage Roller Position Adjustment

    Chapter 5 14) Based on the output results, measure the degree 17) Return the finisher to the operable status by of misalignment [A] or [B] between the rear following steps 1) to 8) and step 15) but in reverse. staple position [1] and the front staple position 5.3.2.22 Saddle disengage roller position [2].

  • Page 153

    Chapter 5 Details of the adjustment method are as described 5) Set dipswitch DIP SW382 [1] on the switch PCB below. as illustrated below. 1) Turn the finisher power ON. 2) Turn on the host machine power switch and put the copier in standby.

  • Page 154

    Chapter 5 7) Press switch SW383 [1] or SW384 [2] to fix the degree of adjustment. Press SW383 once and the LED [3]will display "- 1" and the gap between the disengage roller and the paper will increase. (The disengage roller moves in the A direction.) Alternatively, press SW384 once and the LED [3] will display "+1"...

  • Page 155: The Amount Of Sending Of A Saddle Disengage Roller Adjustment

    Chapter 5 8) Press switch SW385 [1] to complete the Details of the adjustment method are as described adjustment. below. 1) Turn the finisher power ON. 2) Turn on the copier main unit power switch and put the copier in standby. SW382 3) Open the front door and insert the door switch actuator into the door switch [1].

  • Page 156

    Chapter 5 5) Set dipswitch DIP SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as illustrated below. SW382 SW381 SW382 SW383 SW384 SW385 SW381 ENTER SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER F-5-167 6) Press switch SW385 [1] to set up for the adjustment. SW382 F-5-169 SW381 8) Press switch SW385 [1] to complete the...

  • Page 157: Saddle Staple Position Adjustment

    Chapter 5 5.3.2.24 Saddle staple position adjustment 0016-6929 This adjustment is to be carried out when there is a noticeable misalignment of the folding position with the stapling position. <MEMO> This operation adjusts the length of the paper feed time just before the folding operation is carried out. (Adjusts Mxxxx rotation time.) The adjustment prevents lack of feed caused by slippage of the disengage roller, so that the defect...

  • Page 158

    Chapter 5 6) Press switch SW385 [1] to set up for the adjustment. M101 SW382 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER F-5-175 7) Press switch SW383 [1] or SW384 [2] to fix the degree of adjustment. Press SW383 once and the LED [3]will display "- 1"...

  • Page 159: Other

    Chapter 5 5.3.3 Other 5.3.3.1 Service Mode (by DIP switch)<Incerter> 0015-2245 The machine is equipped with a set of service mode items used to adjust it or to run checks on operation. The items may be executed from the machine or from its host machine. - From the Inserter See Maintenance>VR, LED, and Check Pins>DIP Switch.

  • Page 160

    Chapter 5 T-5-8 DIP setting Item Description driving the drive switchover Press ENTER to start. A press on + will start tray A, SW382 motor while a press on - will start tray B. Press ENTER to end. driving tray pickup motor Press ENTER to start.

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    Chapter 5 DIP setting Item Description checking the sensors 2 Press ENTER to start. A press on +/- switches over SW382 sensors. Press ENTER to end. 1. feed sensor 2. not used 3. feed sensor 2 4. tray A lower limit sensor 5.

  • Page 162: Troubleshooting

    Chapter 5 5.4 Troubleshooting 5.4.1 Malfunction 5.4.1.1 Malfunction/Faulty Detection 5.4.1.1.1 The output is sent to tray B even when tray A is selected. 0015-2247 [Case Study] Description Enabling the following in user mode will select tray B as the destination of output (large-capacity stacking mode): initial setup/registration>common spec setup>large-capacity stacking mode.

  • Page 163

    Chapter 5 13) Execute the following adjustment. Each press enables to execute initializing EEPROM from SW385 to SW383 in order. - Sensor light intensity adjustment - Swing guide speed adjustment - Aligning plate width adjustment - Stapling position adjustment (rear 1-point binding) - Stapling position adjustment (front 1-point binding)

  • Page 164: Outline Of Electrical Components

    Chapter 5 5.5 Outline of Electrical Components 5.5.1 Sensors (Finisher Unit) 0015-2249 PS32 PS34 PS33 PS35 PS24 PS26 PS25 PS31 PS29 PS30 PS28 PS27 PS18 PS42 PS21 PS22 PS12 PS23 PS16 PS17 PS13 PS20 PS15 PS11 PS14 PS19 F-5-183 5-58...

  • Page 165

    Chapter 5 T-5-9 Notation Name Description Parts No. Error detects the state (open/closed) of the front FK2-0149 front cover open sensor 1422 cover upper cover open/closed detects the state (open/closed) of the FK2-0149 1422 sensor upper cover WG8-5736 inlet sensor detects paper at the inlet 1002/1103 WG8-5736...

  • Page 166

    Chapter 5 Notation Name Description Parts No. Error PS28 stapling position sensor 1 detects stapling position FK2-0149 PS29 stapling position sensor 2 detects stapling position FK2-0149 PS30 stapling position sensor 3 detects stapling position FK2-0149 PS31 stapling position sensor 4 detects stapling position FK2-0149 PS32...

  • Page 167

    Chapter 5 Shift relay PCB Transport motor driver PCB Notation Finisher controller PCB PS19 J253/J252 J104 PS20 J253/J252 J104 PS21 J253/J252 J104 PS22 J253/J252 J104 PS23 J253/J252 J104 PS24 J116 PS25 J263/J251 J104 PS26 J263/J251 J104 PS27 J114 PS28 J114 PS29 J114 PS30...

  • Page 168: Microswitches (finisher Unit)

    Chapter 5 5.5.2 Microswitches (Finisher Unit) 0015-2250 MSW2 MSW4 MSW6 MSW5 MSW3 MSW7 MSW1 F-5-184 5-62...

  • Page 169

    Chapter 5 T-5-11 Finisher Notation Name Description Parts No. Error controller PCB MSW1 front door switch detects the state (open/closed) of the WC4-5231 1422 J101 front door MSW2 tray approach switch detects the approach of the tray WC4-5159 E540 J101 MSW3 tray safety switch detects the tray (front) for safety...

  • Page 170: Solenoids (finisher Unit)

    Chapter 5 5.5.3 Solenoids (Finisher Unit) 0015-2251 F-5-185 5-64...

  • Page 171

    Chapter 5 T-5-12 Notati Name Parts No. Error FK2-1740 buffer switchover solenoid FK2-1740 upper path solenoid FK2-1740 saddle path switchover solenoid assist roller 1 shift solenoid FK2-1740 assist roller 2 shift solenoid FK2-1740 assist roller 3 shift solenoid FK2-1740 handling tray solenoid FK2-1782 T-5-13 Notati...

  • Page 172: Motors (finisher Unit)

    Chapter 5 5.5.4 Motors (Finisher Unit) 0015-2253 F-5-186 5-66...

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    Chapter 5 T-5-14 Notation Name Parts No. Error inlet transport motor FK2-1704 shift transport motor FK2-1705 pre-buffer transport motor FK2-1705 buffer motor FK2-1704 delivery motor FK2-1704 horizontal registration detection unit shift motor FK2-1709 E566 horizontal shift motor FK2-1710 E567 transport roller shift motor FK2-1711 E568 front alignment motor...

  • Page 174

    Chapter 5 T-5-15 Transport motor Handling tray Stapler driver PCB tray A motor Finisher controller driver PCB driver PCB driver PCB/tray B motor driver PCB Notation J273/J271 J118 J278/J271 J118 J276/J271 J118 J277/J271 J118 J275/J271 J118 J276/J271 J118 J277/J271 J118 J279/J271 J118 J257/J252...

  • Page 175: Fans (finisher Unit)

    Chapter 5 5.5.5 Fans (Finisher Unit) 0015-2254 F-5-187 T-5-16 Notation Name Parts No. Error Finisher controller PCB E551 J103 power supply fan FK2-0636 E551 J116 transport fan 1 FK2-0636 E551 J116 transport fan 2 FK2-0636 5-69...

  • Page 176: Pcbs (finisher Unit)

    Chapter 5 5.5.6 PCBs (Finisher Unit) 0015-2255 F-5-188 T-5-17 Code Name Parts No. Role Finisher controller PCB FM2-5695 Control the finisher Intermediate processing tray driver PCB FM2-5697 Control the load on the intermediate processing tray Feed motor driver PCB FM2-5698 Control the motor for the feed system Staple driver PCB FM2-5699...

  • Page 177: Overview

    Chapter 5 5.6 Variable Resistors (VR), Light-Emitting Diodes (LED), and Check Pins by PCB 5.6.1 Overview 0015-2261 Of the LEDs and check pins used in the machine, those needed during servicing in the field are discussed. Do not touch the check pins not found in the list herein. They are exclusively for factory use, and require special tools and a high degree of accuracy.

  • Page 178: Upgrading

    Chapter 5 5.7 Upgrading 5.7.1 Upgrading 0015-2262 Perform upgrade of this machine by connecting a copy machine. Refer to the service manual of imagePRESS C7000 Series for a detailed procedure. 5.8 Service Tools 5.8.1 Solvents and Oils 0015-2263 T-5-19 Name Description Composition Remarks...

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    Chapter 6 ERROR CODE...

  • Page 180: Jam Codes

    Contents Contents 6.1 Jam Codes ......................6-1 6.1.1 Jam Codes ........................6-1 6.2 Error Codes......................6-2 6.2.1 Error Codes........................6-2...

  • Page 181

    Chapter 6 6.1 Jam Codes 6.1.1 Jam Codes T-6-1 Code Jam type Sensor Jam condition 1002 Inlet sensor delay jam PS3 In a case that the inlet sensor (PS3) does not detect a paper after the specified time (distance) has been passed from the delivery signal reception from the connected equipment.

  • Page 182

    Chapter 6 6.2 Error Codes 6.2.1 Error Codes T-6-2 Code Detail Occurrence Description Treatment/ detection timing code classification - Occurrence classification 02: Finisher (including inserter, puncher, trimmer) 11: POD deck 12: Secondary POD deck 51: Stacker 52: Secondary stacker - When turning ON the power, be sure to turn ON the power in the following order: pickup/delivery accessories -> Main Body: Otherwise the pickup/delivery accessories are not recognized.

  • Page 183

    Chapter 6 Code Detail Occurrence Description Treatment/ detection timing code classification - Occurrence classification 02: Finisher (including inserter, puncher, trimmer) 11: POD deck 12: Secondary POD deck 51: Stacker 52: Secondary stacker - When turning ON the power, be sure to turn ON the power in the following order: pickup/delivery accessories -> Main Body: Otherwise the pickup/delivery accessories are not recognized.

  • Page 184

    Chapter 6 Code Detail Occurrence Description Treatment/ detection timing code classification - Occurrence classification 02: Finisher (including inserter, puncher, trimmer) 11: POD deck 12: Secondary POD deck 51: Stacker 52: Secondary stacker - When turning ON the power, be sure to turn ON the power in the following order: pickup/delivery accessories -> Main Body: Otherwise the pickup/delivery accessories are not recognized.

  • Page 185

    Chapter 6 Code Detail Occurrence Description Treatment/ detection timing code classification - Occurrence classification 02: Finisher (including inserter, puncher, trimmer) 11: POD deck 12: Secondary POD deck 51: Stacker 52: Secondary stacker - When turning ON the power, be sure to turn ON the power in the following order: pickup/delivery accessories -> Main Body: Otherwise the pickup/delivery accessories are not recognized.

  • Page 186

    Chapter 6 Code Detail Occurrence Description Treatment/ detection timing code classification - Occurrence classification 02: Finisher (including inserter, puncher, trimmer) 11: POD deck 12: Secondary POD deck 51: Stacker 52: Secondary stacker - When turning ON the power, be sure to turn ON the power in the following order: pickup/delivery accessories -> Main Body: Otherwise the pickup/delivery accessories are not recognized.

  • Page 187

    Chapter 6 Code Detail Occurrence Description Treatment/ detection timing code classification - Occurrence classification 02: Finisher (including inserter, puncher, trimmer) 11: POD deck 12: Secondary POD deck 51: Stacker 52: Secondary stacker - When turning ON the power, be sure to turn ON the power in the following order: pickup/delivery accessories -> Main Body: Otherwise the pickup/delivery accessories are not recognized.

  • Page 188

    Chapter 6 Code Detail Occurrence Description Treatment/ detection timing code classification - Occurrence classification 02: Finisher (including inserter, puncher, trimmer) 11: POD deck 12: Secondary POD deck 51: Stacker 52: Secondary stacker - When turning ON the power, be sure to turn ON the power in the following order: pickup/delivery accessories -> Main Body: Otherwise the pickup/delivery accessories are not recognized.

  • Page 189

    Chapter 6 Code Detail Occurrence Description Treatment/ detection timing code classification - Occurrence classification 02: Finisher (including inserter, puncher, trimmer) 11: POD deck 12: Secondary POD deck 51: Stacker 52: Secondary stacker - When turning ON the power, be sure to turn ON the power in the following order: pickup/delivery accessories -> Main Body: Otherwise the pickup/delivery accessories are not recognized.

  • Page 190

    Chapter 6 Code Detail Occurrence Description Treatment/ detection timing code classification - Occurrence classification 02: Finisher (including inserter, puncher, trimmer) 11: POD deck 12: Secondary POD deck 51: Stacker 52: Secondary stacker - When turning ON the power, be sure to turn ON the power in the following order: pickup/delivery accessories -> Main Body: Otherwise the pickup/delivery accessories are not recognized.

  • Page 191

    Chapter 6 Code Detail Occurrence Description Treatment/ detection timing code classification - Occurrence classification 02: Finisher (including inserter, puncher, trimmer) 11: POD deck 12: Secondary POD deck 51: Stacker 52: Secondary stacker - When turning ON the power, be sure to turn ON the power in the following order: pickup/delivery accessories -> Main Body: Otherwise the pickup/delivery accessories are not recognized.

  • Page 192

    APPENDIX...

  • Page 193

    1 General Circuit Diagram List Of Signals(finisher) T-1-1 Notation Signal name Notation Signal name Notation Signal name ASSIST-HP-SEN assist motor home position detection signal BTRY-P-SEN tray B paper sensor detection signal FRONT-BIN-M-IHA* front door open detection signal ASSIST-M-8FG* assist motor rotation detection signal BTRY-SHIMEN-SEN* tray B paper surface sensor detection signal FRONT-SW-OPEN...

  • Page 194

    Notation Signal name Notation Signal name Notation Signal name RLT-M-IHA* transport belt shift motor current switch signal STP-SLDM-IB stapler shift motor current switch signal ROLLER-HP transport roller home position detection signal STRY-P-SEN handling tray paper detection signal SDL-SL-ON saddle path switch solenoid signal STRY-SL-ON handling tray solenoid drive signal SHIFT-FEED-M-CW...

  • Page 195

    General Circuit Diagram General Circuit Diagram(Finisher1) CB1 Leakage breaker Stapler Transport motor driver Power supply driver PCB Main switch Power supply fan Fuse box PCB Finisher controller PCB Transceiver PCB MSW1 Front door switch Accessories switch PCB MSW4 MSW4 Tray safety Tray safety switch (rear) switch (front)

  • Page 196

    General Circuit Diagram(Finisher2) Finisher connector PCB UN24 UN14 UN16 Lower delivery Inlet sensor UN13 Buffer path 2 Upper cover Lower path transport transport Front door Tray A paper sensor Buffer path 1 Shift roller unit sensor open sensor sensor surface sensor fan 1 fan 2 open sensor...

  • Page 197

    General Circuit Diagram(Finisher3) Inlet transport motor Delivery motor Finisher controller PCB Transport motor driver PCB UN28 Shift relay Upper Transport delivery roller home Transport sensor position roller shift sensor Assist 3 shift motor UN26 solenoid Horizontal sensor Shift unit trail Shift edge sensor Horizontal...

  • Page 198

    General Circuit Diagram(Finisher4) Intermediary tray driver PCB PS14 PS21 PS22 Stack delivery Paddle lift Swing guide PS16 PS11 PS13 auxiliary tray home position Paper edge Assist home closed sensor Front alignment home position PS20 sensor area detection position sensor home position Paper edge sensor Paddle motor...

  • Page 199

    General Circuit Diagram(Finisher5) Intermediary tray driver PCB To INSERTER Finisher controller PCB To TRIMMER To Professional Puncher Assist motor Swing guide Handling tray motor solenoid Paddle lift Stack delivery Paddle rotation Stack delivery motor motor motor auxiliary motor (5/7) F26-7101-A505 F-1-5...

  • Page 200

    General Circuit Diagram(Finisher6) Finisher controller PCB Intermediary tray driver PCB PS42 Stapler waste case full sensor Stapler driver PCB PS30 PS28 Stapler Stapler position position Stapler unit sensor 3 sensor 1 PS31 PS29 PS27 UN17 UN18 stapler Stapler Stapler Stapler motor Tray B paper tray B paper home position...

  • Page 201

    General Circuit Diagram(Finisher7) Finisher controller PCB Tray B motor Tray A motor driver PCB driver PCB PS35 PS33 PS32 PS34 Tray B Tray B MSW2 Tray A paper tray A lift lift motor lift motor Tray approach Auxiliary tray sensor motor rotation rotation switch...

  • Page 203

    Saddle Finisher-AB2 SERVICE MANUAL MAY 2007 REV. 0 COPYRIGHT ©2007 CANON INC. CANON Saddle Finisher-AB2 REV. 0 PRINTED IN U.S.A.

  • Page 204

    This manual may contain technical inaccuracies or typographical errors due to improvements or changes in products. When changes occur in applicable products or in the contents of this manual, Canon will release technical information as the need arises. In the event of major changes in the contents of this manual over a long or short period, Canon will issue a new edition of this manual.

  • Page 205

    Introduction Symbols Used This documentation uses the following symbols to indicate special information: Symbol Description Indicates an item of a non-specific nature, possibly classified as Note, Caution, or Warning. Indicates an item requiring care to avoid electric shocks. Indicates an item requiring care to avoid combustion (fire). Indicates an item prohibiting disassembly to avoid electric shocks or problems.

  • Page 206

    Introduction The following rules apply throughout this Service Manual: 1. Each chapter contains sections explaining the purpose of specific functions and the relationship between elec- trical and mechanical systems with reference to the timing of operation. In the diagrams, represents the path of mechanical drive; where a signal name accompanies the symbol, the arrow indicates the direction of the electric signal.

  • Page 207

    Contents Contents Chapter 1 Specifications 1.1 Product Specifications..................1-1 1.1.1 Specifications (finisher) ..................... 1-1 1.1.2 Specifications (saddle finisher) ................1-4 1.2 Names of Parts....................1-5 1.2.1 External View......................1-5 1.2.2 Cross Section ......................1-6 Chapter 2 Installation 2.1 Making Pre-Checks................... 2-1 2.1.1 Checking the Contents....................

  • Page 208

    Contents 3.3.4 Tray Paper Surface Detection................. 3-8 3.4 Feeding Unit ....................... 3-9 3.4.1 Overview........................3-9 3.4.2 Basic Sequence of Operations ................3-12 3.4.3 Horizontal Registration Detection ................. 3-13 3.4.4 Horizontal Registration Correction/Alignment Operation ........3-15 3.4.5 Buffer Operation ...................... 3-18 3.4.6 Switching Over the Paper Path................

  • Page 209

    Contents 4.2.9 Inside Cover (Upper) ....................4-7 4.2.10 Inside Cover (Lower) ....................4-7 4.3 Drive System...................... 4-8 4.3.1 Staple Unit ........................4-8 4.3.2 Saddle Staple Unit .....................4-8 4.3.3 Front Alignment Motor ....................4-9 4.3.4 Rear Alignment Motor .....................4-10 4.3.5 Tray Shift Motor ......................4-12 4.3.6 Shift Motor .........................4-13 4.3.7 Positioning Plate Unit ....................4-17 4.3.8 Belt Controller Unit ....................4-17 4.4 Document Feeding System ................

  • Page 210: Adjustment At Time Of Parts Replacement

    Contents 5.2.1.2 Periodically Replaced Parts in the Saddle Finisher............5-2 5.2.2 Durables ........................5-2 5.2.2.1 Durables in the Finisher ...................... 5-2 5.2.2.2 Durables in the Saddle Stitcher ..................5-3 5.2.3 Periodical Servicing ....................5-3 5.2.3.1 Scheduled Servicing for the Finisher ................5-3 5.2.3.2 Scheduled Servicing for the Saddle Stitcher ..............

  • Page 211

    Contents 5.4 Troubleshooting....................5-66 5.4.1 Malfunction ........................5-66 5.4.1.1 Malfunction/Faulty Detection .................... 5-66 5.5 Outline of Electrical Components ..............5-68 5.5.1 Sensors (Finisher Unit) ................... 5-68 5.5.2 Microswitches (Finisher Unit) ................. 5-72 5.5.3 Solenoids (Finisher Unit)..................5-74 5.5.4 Motors (Finisher Unit)....................5-76 5.5.5 Fans (Finisher Unit) ....................

  • Page 212

    Chapter 1 SPECIFICATIONS...

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    Contents Contents 1.1 Product Specifications ..................1-1 1.1.1 Specifications (finisher)....................1-1 1.1.2 Specifications (saddle finisher)..................1-4 1.2 Names of Parts ...................... 1-5 1.2.1 External View ........................1-5 1.2.2 Cross Section .........................1-6...

  • Page 214

    Chapter 1 1.1 Product Specifications 1.1.1 Specifications (finisher) 0015-2057 T-1-1 Item Description Remarks Stacking mechanism tray A/B by tray lift Stacking orientation tray A face-down/face-up tray B face-down Stack size tray A A3,A4,A4R,A5R,B4,B5,B5R,Jpn postcard in feed direction, 182 to R,279.4mmx432.8mm(11x17),LGL,LTR,EXE,LTRR,S 487.7 mm;...

  • Page 215

    Chapter 1 Item Description Remarks Stapling method stapling by rotating cam Stapled stack if small-size, 100 sheets as converted with reference to paper of 80g/m2 if large-size, 50 sheets 1: The number of sheets refers to the result of conversion based on paper of 80g/m2 2: A sheet of paper may be grouped into the following: -large-size;...

  • Page 216

    Chapter 1 Item Description Remarks Dimensions W:800xD:786xH:1180mm Weight 126 kg (approx.) Power supply 100V,200-240V Maximum power consumption 360 W or less Staple Position 1-Point Stapling (front) 5 2.0 5 2.0 A3, B4, A4, B5, / 11"x17", LTR A4R / LGL, LTRR 1-Point Stapling (rear) 5 2.0 5 2.0...

  • Page 217

    Chapter 1 1.1.2 Specifications (saddle finisher) 0015-2059 T-1-3 Item Specifications Remarks Stapling method middle stapling, double-folding Paper size A3/A4R/B4/279.4mmx432.8mm/11×17/LGL/LTRR Stack 2 to 20 sheets including 1 cover Types of Paper Plain paper ((64g/m2 to 90g/m2), Heavy paper (91 g/m2 to 105 g/m2), Recycled paper, Colored paper.

  • Page 218: External View

    Chapter 1 1.2 Names of Parts 1.2.1 External View 0015-2061 F-1-1 [1]Tray B [5]Saddle delivery belt [2]Tray A [6]Upper cover [3]Top delivery outlet [7]Inlet transport unit [4]Bottom delivery outlet [8]Front cover...

  • Page 219

    Chapter 1 1.2.2 Cross Section 0015-2063 [10] [12] [11] [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [20] [28] [21] [22] [26] [27] [25] [24] [23] F-1-2 [1]Transport belt [11]Buffer roller 3 [20]Stapler [2]Stack delivery roller [12]Transport roller [21]Stitcher [3]Swing guide [13]Buffer roller 1 [22]Paper retaining plate [4]Paddle...

  • Page 220

    Chapter 2 INSTALLATION...

  • Page 221

    Contents Contents 2.1 Making Pre-Checks................... 2-1 2.1.1 Checking the Contents....................2-1 2.2 Installation Procedure..................2-3 2.2.1 Points to Note When Turning ON/OFF the power of Host Machine ....2-3 2.2.2 Before Installing Finisher ..................2-3 2.2.3 Connecting with Machine..................2-4 2.2.4 Connecting with High-Capacity Stacker ..............

  • Page 222

    Chapter 2 2.1 Making Pre-Checks 2.1.1 Checking the Contents 0016-0898 [10] M_ _ ________ ___ _________ ___________ __ _____ ____________. M_ _ ________ ___ _________ ___________ __ _____ ____________. P_ _ ______ ___ __________ _____ ____________ ___ _____________. P_ _ ______ ___ __________ _____ ____________ ___ _____________. J_ ____ ____________ ___ ________ _____ ___ _______ _____________ _________.

  • Page 223

    Chapter 2 [1]*1 Finisher Latch plate (for front) Latch plate (for rear) Positioning Pin ARCNET cable coaxial connector Shunt Cable Wire Saddle Screws (RS tight; M4X10) 10pc [10] Screw (Bind; M4X8) [11]*2 Guide map label [12]*3 Guide map label [13] Staple label [14]*3 LED Lamp Label (products for China, Korea...

  • Page 224

    Chapter 2 2.2 Installation Procedure 2.2.2 Before Installing Finisher 0016-0901 1) Open the front cover of the finisher. 2.2.1 Points to Note When Turning 2) Remove 1 screw [2] from the front latch retainer ON/OFF the power of Host [1]. Machine 0016-5236 Power-On Order for Turning On the...

  • Page 225

    Chapter 2 4) Remove 1 screw [1] on the rear latch retainer and pull the hinge [2] forward and downward. F-2-5 2) Fit the positioning pin [1]. F-2-4 - 2 screws (RS tight; M4X10) [2] 2.2.3 Connecting with Machine 0016-0903 Check the power on the host machine is surely turned off and the power supply cable is unplugged.

  • Page 226

    Chapter 2 3) While lifting up the front latch plate [1], fit the positioning pin on the machine side [2] to the finisher's positioning hole [3]. Connect the finisher with the machine. <Front side> F-2-9 F-2-7 5) Shut the front cover of the finisher. 6) Lift up the rear latch plate [1] to fit the pin and fix <Rear side>...

  • Page 227

    Chapter 2 7) Attach the rear small cover. 1) Attach the front [1] and rear [2] latch plates to the 8) Remove 1 screw [1] on the rear lower cover of the left side of the high-capacity stacker. finisher. - 4 screws (RS tight; M4X10) Confirm the mark engraved on each latch plate when attaching.

  • Page 228

    Chapter 2 2) Fit the positioning pin [1] of the high-capacity <Rear side> stacker to the position [A]. - 2 screws [2] F-2-16 4) Fix the front latch plate (front) [1]. - 1 screw [2] (Use the screw removed in step 2 of "Before Installing Finisher") F-2-14 3) While lifting up the front latch support [1], fit the...

  • Page 229

    Chapter 2 5) Close the front cover of the finisher. 6) Lift up the rear latch plate [1] to fit the pin and fix - 1 screw [2] (Use the screw removed in step 4 of "Before Installing Finisher") F-2-20 10) See "After Installation"...

  • Page 230

    Chapter 2 2) Connect the ARCNET cable [1] to the terminal [2] at sub station, and then turn the finger grip [3] in the direction of the arrow to connect. Be sure to turn off the host machine and unplug the power supply cable when connecting the ARCNET cable.

  • Page 231

    Chapter 2 6) Connect the power supply plug of the finisher. (Perform only for EUR) After setting the connection sequence, the host machine should be turned off and on to enable the setting. Power-On Order for Turning On the F-2-26 Power When Pickup/Delivery Accessories 7) For Finisher /Saddle Finisher , connect the power are Connected...

  • Page 232

    Chapter 2 2.3 Making Adjustments 2) If the difference exceeds 2mm, adjust the height. 2.3.1 Height Adjustment 0016-1444 Adjust the height with 4 casters [1] as shown Depending on the floor condition of an installation site, you should adjust the height of the finisher. If in the figure.

  • Page 233

    Chapter 2 3) For Finisher AB1, detach the caster front cover. - 1 screw [2] F-2-32 6) Measure the height [A] from the floor to the bottom of the machine to check the figure is in the F-2-30 range of 84.6+ -0.5mm. 4) For Saddle Finisher, detach the saddle inner cover (lower) [1].

  • Page 234

    Chapter 2 9) Tighten the fixing nut [1] in the direction of [B]. When loosening the fixing nut on the front caster of the saddle finisher, insert the wrench [3] into the opening just below the saddle bottom plate [2]. F-2-36 10) Repeat the steps above to adjust the height of other 3 casters.

  • Page 235

    Chapter 2 2.4 Attaching the Labels etc. 2.4.1 Affixing Labels 0016-1445 1) Open the front cover of the finisher. 2) Affix the Guide map label [1] to the inside of the front cover. (Figure shows the saddle finisher). F-2-39 5) Open the upper cover to pull the shift guide [1] to M_ _ ________ ___ _________ ___________ __ _____ ____________.

  • Page 236

    Chapter 2 6) Affix the jam removal label [2] in the local language on the position of [A] on the shift guide. F-2-41 7) Attach the parts removed in the previous steps in the following order. - The shift guide - upper cover 8) Close the front cover of the finisher.

  • Page 237

    Chapter 3 FUNCTIONS...

  • Page 238

    Contents Contents 3.1 Basic Construction .................... 3-1 3.1.1 Overview........................3-1 3.2 Electrical Control Unit ..................3-2 3.2.1 Overview........................3-2 3.2.2 Finisher Controller PCB .................... 3-3 3.2.3 Saddle Stitcher Controller PCB ................3-4 3.3 Stacking Unit...................... 3-5 3.3.1 Overview........................3-5 3.3.2 Tray Ascent/Descent Control ................... 3-6 3.3.3 Auxiliary Tray Lift Control..................

  • Page 239

    Contents 3.8.1 Overview........................3-51 3.8.2 Protective Mechanism .................... 3-52...

  • Page 240

    Chapter 3 3.1 Basic Construction 3.1.1 Overview 0015-2067 The machine consists of the following 5 blocks: electrical control block, stacking block, transport block, intermediary tray, and saddle stitcher block (Note). Electrical control block Transport block Stacking block To host machine Intermediary tray block Saddle stitcher block...

  • Page 241

    Chapter 3 3.2 Electrical Control Unit 3.2.1 Overview 0015-2068 The electrical control block governs all the control mechanisms of the machine, i.e., stacking block, transport block, intermediary tray block, and saddle stitcher block. The electrical control block consists of 2 entities: finisher controller PCB and saddle stitcher controller PCB (Note).

  • Page 242

    Chapter 3 3.2.2 Finisher Controller PCB 0015-2069 The finisher controller PCB drives the various loads (motors, solenoids) of the machine in response to the commands from the host machine (copier), and indicates the states of the sensors and switches to the host machine.

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    Chapter 3 3.2.3 Saddle Stitcher Controller PCB 0015-2070 The saddle stitcher controller PCB drives the machine’s various loads (motors, solenoids) in response to the commands from the finisher controller, and indicates the states of sensors and switches to the host machine. Saddle stitcher controller PCB Motor...

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    Chapter 3 3.3 Stacking Unit 3.3.1 Overview 0015-2072 The stacking block moves up and down the 2 delivery trays according to the instructions from the finisher controller PCB. Finisher controller PCB [10] [11] UN15 Tray A UN16 PS32 UN17 PS34 UN18 Tray B PS33...

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    Chapter 3 3.3.2 Tray Ascent/Descent Control 0015-2073 The tray A/B is moved up or down by controlling 2 motors (M22, M23) in response to the instructions from the finisher controller. The machine uses 2 sensors (PS34, PS35) to check for faults in these motors. The sensor monitors the rotation of the motors;...

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    Chapter 3 3.3.3 Auxiliary Tray Lift Control 0015-2074 In response to an increase in the number of folded sheets in the tray, the auxiliary tray is moved up to prevent a delivery jam associated with the tray B (memo) by making sure that the lead and trail edges of the stacks deposited in the tray will be even.

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    Chapter 3 3.3.4 Tray Paper Surface Detection 0015-2075 The machine is equipped with a mechanism to detect the position of the top of the stack deposited in its 2 trays. The trays are each fitted with a sensor PCB that consists of a light-emitting segment (UN15, UN17) and a light- receiving segment (UN16, UN18).

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    Chapter 3 3.4 Feeding Unit 3.4.1 Overview 0015-2076 The machine's transport block serves to move paper to the stacking block or the saddle stitcher block according to the instructions from the finisher controller PCB. It also is used in conjunction with horizontal registration adjustment and alignment operation.

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    Chapter 3 [1]Saddle path switch solenoid drive signal [9]Assist roller 2 shift solenoid drive signal [2]Delivery motor drive signal [10]Horizontal registration motor drive signal [3]Upper path switch solenoid drive signal [11]Shift transport motor drive signal [4]Buffer motor drive signal [12]Assist roller 1 shift solenoid drive signal [5]Assist roller 3 shift solenoid drive signal [13]Horizontal registration detection unit shift motor drive signal [6]Buffer path switch solenoid...

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    Chapter 3 Finisher controller PCB From inserter To tray A UN13 UN14 UN24 To tray B From host machine From saddle stitcher unit F-3-10 [1]Lower delivery sensor signal [5]Buffer path 1 sensor signal [2]Lower path sensor signal [6]Inlet sensor signal [3]Upper delivery sensor signal [4]Buffer path 2 sensor signal PS3:inlet sensor...

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    Chapter 3 3.4.2 Basic Sequence of Operations 0015-2077 The transport block uses a sequence of operations that consists of the following 5: 1. Horizontal Registration Detection [1] Detects the position of the paper. 2. Horizontal Registration Correction [2] Corrects the position of the paper with reference to the result of horizontal registration detection. 3.

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    Chapter 3 3.4.3 Horizontal Registration Detection 0015-2078 1) About 150 msec after the lead edge of paper has moved past the inlet sensor (PS3), the finisher controller PCB causes the horizontal registration detection unit shift motor (M6) to rotate clockwise so that the horizontal registration sensor (UN12) moves to its standby position (paper edge) from home position.

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    Chapter 3 Finisher controller PCB UN12 F-3-13 [1]Shift roller unit [4]Horizontal registration detection position [2]Horizontal detection unit [5]Standby position [3]Paper 3)The finisher controller PCB causes M6 to rotate counterclockwise to move PS5 to standby position. 3-14...

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    Chapter 3 3.4.4 Horizontal Registration Correction/Alignment Operation 0015-2079 1) About 200 msec after the inlet sensor (PS3) detects the lead edge of paper, the finisher controller PCB causes the transport motor (M2) to rotate clockwise, thereby causing the roller inside the shift roller unit to rotate. 2) The finisher controller PCB computes the horizontal registration correction value with reference to the result of horizontal registration detection.

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    Chapter 3 After Correction Before Correction UN13 UN13 F-3-15 [1]Correct position [2]Paper [3]Shift roller unit 3-16...

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    Chapter 3 3) If the machine is in job offset mode, the shift roller unit is moved to the front or the rear as in the case of horizontal registration correction operation (Note), thereby offsetting the stacks of sheets discharged to the delivery tray.

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    Chapter 3 3.4.5 Buffer Operation 0015-2080 The finisher controller PCB keeps a sheet of paper in the paper path and forwards it together with the subsequent sheet of paper using the buffer motor (M4) and the buffer path switching solenoid (SL1) with the help of the buffer path 1 sensor and the buffer path 2 sensor (UN13,UN14).

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    Chapter 3 UN13 UN13 UN13 UN14 UN14 UN14 UN13 UN13 UN13 UN14 UN14 UN14 UN13 UN14 F-3-18 3-19...

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    Chapter 3 3.4.6 Switching Over the Paper Path 0015-2081 1) The finisher controller PCB turns off or on the2 flappers (upper delivery flapper, lower delivery flapper) to switch over the destination of paper. F-3-19 [1]From the host machine [5]Lower delivery flapper [2]Paper [6]To tray B [3]To tray A...

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    Chapter 3 3.5 Intermediate Process Tray Assembly 3.5.1 Overview 0015-2083 The intermediary tray block serves to shift or staple a stack of sheets in response to the instructions from the finisher controller PCB, and then sends the result to the stacking block. The paper path is fitted with 2 sensors for detection of a jam.

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    Chapter 3 [1]Front alignment motor drive signal/rear alignment motor [7]Paper trail edge retaining motor drive signal signal [2]Stack delivery auxiliary motor drive signal [8]Delivery motor drive signal [3]Stack delivery motor drive signal [9]Transport belt motor drive signal [4]Swing guide motor drive signal [10]Assist motor drive signal [5]Paddle rotation motor drive signal [11]Staple motor drive signal...

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    Chapter 3 Finisher controller PCB PS17 F-3-21 [1]Lower delivery sensor signal [2]Handling tray sensor signal PS6:lower delivery sensor PS17:processing tray sensor 3-23...

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    Chapter 3 3.5.2 Basic Sequence of Operations 0015-2085 The intermediary tray block uses the following 4 sequences of operations: 1.Stacking Operation [1] Deposits sheets coming front the transport block in the intermediary tray. 2.Aligning Operation [2] Switches over the point of depositing stacks between the front and the rear of the tray. (in shift mode) 3.Stapling Operation [3] Staples a stack of sheets at a specific point.

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    Chapter 3 3.5.3 Stacking Operation 0015-2086 1) When the sheet coming from the transport block reaches the lower delivery sensor (PS6), the machine moves the transport belt in the direction of the arrow, and rotates the delivery roller in the direction of the arrow. As a result, the transport belt rotates to move the paper in the direction of the tray.

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    Chapter 3 2) When the trail edge of paper moves past PS6, the stack delivery roller and the paddle rotate in the direction of the arrow, thereby pulling the paper back into the machine. F-3-24 [1]Paper [4]Assist stopper [2]Stack delivery roller [5]Transport belt [3]Sort delivery roller [6]Paddle...

  • Page 266

    Chapter 3 3)When the trail edge of paper reaches the process stopper, the machine stops the rotation of the stack delivery roller and the paddle. The swing guide [7] is moved up. F-3-25 [1]Paper [5]Transport belt [2]Stack delivery roller [6]Paddle [3]Sort delivery roller [7]Swing guide [4]Processing stopper...

  • Page 267

    Chapter 3 Stack Delivery Auxiliary Function This machine is equipped with the stack delivery auxiliary mechanism as a means of preventing misalignment of extra-length paper. Misalignment occurs when the trail edge of paper hangs down on its own weight at the stack delivery operation. The paper is then pulled back in the direction of the arrow, causing its lead edge to move away from the stopper.

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    Chapter 3 3.5.4 Alignment 0015-2087 1) At the end of stacking, the swing guide is moved up, and then the aligning plate is operated as part of an alignment operation (Note), causing the stack of sheets to move to the rear or to the front. The foregoing sequence of operations applies only to the Tray B.

  • Page 269

    Chapter 3 lignment Mechanism (shift) The machine’s alignment mechanism operates either of its 2 aligning plates to switch over (offset) the point of depositing individual stacks of sheets. Shifting to the Front Shifting to the Rear F-3-28 [1]Tray [4]Rear aligning plate [2]Front aligning plate [5]Existing stacks [3]Paper...

  • Page 270

    Chapter 3 3.5.5 Stapling Operation 0015-2088 1)At the end of alignment operation, the machine moves down the swing guide and performs stapling (Note). F-3-29 [1]Swing guide [4]Stapler [2]Stapled stack of sheets [5]Aligning plate [3]Stack delivery roller 3-31...

  • Page 271

    Chapter 3 2) As needed, the staple unit is moved to empty itself of the waste staples in the waste staple case. The machine's stapling sequence consists of the following operations: driving a staple, cutting the staple tips, clinching the staple. F-3-30 [1]Stack of sheets [4]Cutting the staple tips...

  • Page 272

    Chapter 3 3.5.6 Delivery Operation 0015-2089 1) The machine starts delivery of the stack at the end of alignment or stapling by rotating the delivery roller in the direction of the arrow. 2) When a stack has 11 or more sheets, the assist stopper moves in the direction of the arrow in synchronization with the stack delivery roller so that the paper delivery operation is smoothly performed.

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    Chapter 3 3.6 Saddle Stitcher Unit 3.6.1 Overview 0015-2091 The saddle stitcher block serves to staple a stack of sheets according to the instructions from the saddle stitcher controller PCB, and moves the stack to the saddle delivery belt. The paper path is fitted with 8 sensors to check for a jam. Saddle Stitcher Controller PCB [10] [11]...

  • Page 274

    Chapter 3 M101:saddle transport motor M107:saddle paper folding/transport motor M102:saddle pull-in roller shift motor M108:saddle delivery belt motor M103:saddle alignment motor M109:saddle pressing motor M104:saddle guide motor M110:stitcher motor M105:saddle lead edge stopper motor SL101:saddle flapper solenoid 1 M106:saddle paper butting plate motor SL102:saddle flapper solenoid 2 Saddle Stitcher Controller PCB PS101...

  • Page 275

    Chapter 3 [1]Saddle pressing home position sensor signal [5]Saddle inlet sensor signal [2]Saddle pressing front sensor signal [6]Saddle small sensor signal [3]Saddle vertical path sensor signal [7]Saddle paper butting plate home position sensor signal [4]Saddle stitcher detection signal [8] Saddle pressing positioning signal PS103: saddle small sensor PS121: saddle pressing positioning sensor PS105: saddle vertical path sensor...

  • Page 276

    Chapter 3 3.6.2 Basic Sequence of Operations 0015-2093 The saddle stitcher block uses the following sequence of operations: 1.Transport [1] Moves the paper from the transport block to the vertical path assembly. 2.Alignment [2] Aligns the edges of sheets of paper coming to the transport block. 3.Stitching [3] Uses the stitcher to staple the middle of the stack.

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    Chapter 3 3.6.3 Transport 0015-2094 1) The inlet transport roller rotates clockwise to move the paper to the stitcher block. At this time, the 2 flappers are operated to suit the size of the paper, making sure that the order of stacking the preceding sheet and the subsequent sheet will not be reversed.

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    Chapter 3 For instance, 3 sheets of A4R/LRR will be moved as follows: F-3-36 [1]Flapper [3]Paper (2nd sheet) [2]Paper (1st sheet) [4]Paper (3rd sheet) 3-39...

  • Page 279

    Chapter 3 3.6.4 Alignment 0015-2095 1) The pull-in roller is rotated clockwise to move the paper to the vertical path assembly. At the same time, the paper positioning plate is moved to a point suited to the size of the paper. F-3-37 [1]Paper [4]Paper positioning plate...

  • Page 280

    Chapter 3 2) Thereafter, the lead edge of the paper is held down by the paper positioning plate. At the same time, the pull- in roller stops to rotate and moves away. F-3-38 [1]Paper [4]Paper positioning plate [2]Pull-in roller [5]Vertical path assembly [3]Aligning plate 3-41...

  • Page 281

    Chapter 3 3) The aligning plate is moved to a point suited to the size of the paper. F-3-39 [1]Paper [4]Paper positioning plate [2]Pull-in roller [5]Vertical path assembly [3]Alignment plate 4) The foregoing operations put the stack of sheets in order. 3-42...

  • Page 282

    Chapter 3 3.6.5 Stitching 0015-2096 1) A stitcher unit is found at both front and rear of the machine (1 unit each). The stitcher unit staples the stack of sheets at the end of alignment. F-3-40 [1]Stitcher unit [2]Paper [3]Staple 3-43...

  • Page 283

    Chapter 3 3.6.6 Folding/Delivery 0015-2097 1)The paper positioning plate [1] is moved down to move the paper stack [2] in the direction of the arrow so that the stitching position [3] matches the folding position [4]. F-3-41 T-3-1 [1] Paper positioning plate [3] Stitching position [2] Stack [4] Folding position...

  • Page 284

    Chapter 3 2) After the paper folding roller starts rotating in the direction of the arrow, the paper butting plate moves in the direction of the arrow, thereby starting the folding operation for stacks. After that, the paper butting plate is moved back to the original position and stops.

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    Chapter 3 4) Rotation of the stack delivery roller and pressing front roller stops. Then, a press unit moves in the direction of the arrow. At this time, the press roller in a press unit applies pressure to stack of sheets so as to securely fold the stack of sheets.

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    Chapter 3 3.7 Detecting Jams 3.7.1 Jam Detection in the Finisher Assembly 0015-2098 The machine is equipped with the following sensors to check the presence/absence of paper and to see if paper is moving properly: - inlet sensor - shift unit sensor - upper delivery sensor - lower delivery sensor - buffer path 1 sensor...

  • Page 287

    Chapter 3 The presence of a jam, on the other hand, is checked by the finisher controller PCB, running a check at such times as programmed in advance. When the finisher controller PCB finds a jam, it will cause the stitcher controller PCB to suspend the ongoing transport/delivery operation and communicate the presence of a jam to the host machine.

  • Page 288

    Chapter 3 3.7.2 Jam Detection in the Stitcher Assembly 0015-2099 The machine is equipped with the following sensors to check the presence/absence of paper and to see if paper is moving properly: - saddle inlet sensor - saddle small sensor - saddle vertical path sensor - saddle lead edge path sensor - saddle pre-pressing sensor...

  • Page 289

    Chapter 3 T-3-3 Sensor Description Code Saddle inlet sensor delay PS101 The saddle inlet sensor (PS101) does not detect paper within a 1042 specific period of time (distance) after the lower path sensor (UN24) has detected paper. Saddle inlet sensor PS101 The paper does not leave the saddle inlet sensor (PS101) within a 1143...

  • Page 290

    Chapter 3 3.8 Power Supply 3.8.1 Overview 0015-2100 The machine's power supply mechanism converts the AC power from the power outlet into DC for supply to its various loads. The AC power is supplied to the circuit when the power switch (SW1) is turned on. It is then converted by the circuit into the following DC power supplies;...

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    Chapter 3 3.8.2 Protective Mechanism 0015-2101 The machine is equipped with protective mechanisms that will automatically shut off the output voltage to prevent damage to the power supply circuit in the event of over-current or over-voltage caused, for example, by a short-circuit in any of its loads.

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    Chapter 4 PARTS REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE...

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    Contents Contents 4.1 Removing from the Host Machine ..............4-1 4.1.1 Finisher Assembly ......................4-1 4.2 External Covers ....................4-2 4.2.1 Rear Lower Cover ......................4-2 4.2.2 Rear Upper Cover ......................4-2 4.2.3 Upper Cover Unit .......................4-3 4.2.4 Delivery Tray .......................4-4 4.2.5 Stack Wall (Upper) .....................4-5 4.2.6 Stack Wall (Lower) .....................4-5 4.2.7 Saddle Inside Cover ....................4-6 4.2.8 Rear Middle Cover .....................4-7...

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    Contents 4.4.15 Pressing Roller Unit ....................4-40 4.4.16 Folding Roller ......................4-43 4.5 Electrical System ..................... 4-47 4.5.1 Finisher Controller PCB ..................4-47 4.5.2 Static Charge Eliminator ..................4-47 4.5.3 Horizontal Registration Sensor Unit ..............4-50...

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    Chapter 4 4.1 Removing from the Host 3) Remove the rear small cover [1]. - 4 screws [2] Machine 4.1.1 Finisher Assembly 4.1.1.1 Disconnecting from the Host Machine 0015-2102 Check to make sure that the machine is off and the power plug is not connected to the power outlet.

  • Page 296

    Chapter 4 4.2 External Covers 5) Open the front cover. 6) Remove the screw [2] from the latch base (front) [1]. 4.2.1 Rear Lower Cover 4.2.1.1 Removing the Low Rear Cover 0015-2104 1) Remove the lower rear cover [1]. - 8 screws [2] F-4-5 7) While lifting the latch base (front) [1], disconnect the finisher from the host machine.

  • Page 297

    Chapter 4 4.2.2.2 Before Removing the Upper Rear 4.2.3.2 Removing the Upper Cover Unit Cover (left) 0015-2110 1) Disconnect the cable [1]. - 4 clamps [1] 0015-2106 1) Remove the upper rear cover (right). (page 4- - 1 connector [3] 2)Reference[Removing the Upper Rear Cover - 2 screws [4] (right)]...

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    Chapter 4 4) Open the upper cover unit [1]. F-4-14 F-4-12 4.2.4 Delivery Tray 5) Open the upper cover unit so that the damper shaft [1] becomes loose; then, detach it. 4.2.4.1 Position of the Tray B at Power-On 0015-2111 At power-on, the tray B [1] must never be above the tray B paper sensor [2], which will cause an error during detection of the tray B position.

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    Chapter 4 4.2.5 Stack Wall (Upper) 4.2.6 Stack Wall (Lower) 4.2.5.1 Removing the Stacking Wall 4.2.6.1 Before Removing the Stacking (upper) Wall (lower) 0015-2112 0015-2113 1) Remove the stacking wall (upper). (page 4- 1) While supporting the tray from below, insert a screwdriver [2] in the hole [1] of the lower face to 5)Reference[Removing Stacking...

  • Page 300

    Chapter 4 4.2.7 Saddle Inside Cover 4.2.6.3 Mounting the Stacking Wall (lower) 4.2.7.1 Removing the Side Inside Cover 0015-2115 1) Turn the shutter drive shaft [2] so that the shutter drive roll [1] is directly below. (upper) 0015-2116 1) Open the front cover. 2) Remove the saddle inside cover (upper) [1].

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    Chapter 4 4.2.8 Rear Middle Cover 4.2.8.1 Removing the Middle Rear Cover 0015-2118 1) Remove the middle rear cover [1]. - 4 screws [2] F-4-25 F-4-24 4.2.10 Inside Cover (Lower) 4.2.9 Inside Cover (Upper) 4.2.10.1 Removing the Inside Cover 4.2.9.1 Before Removing the Inside Cover (lower) (upper) 0015-2122...

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    Chapter 4 4.3 Drive System 3) Remove the stapler unit [1]. (page 5- 13)Reference[Adjusting the Stapler Position] - 1 connector [2] 4.3.1 Staple Unit - 2 screws [3] 4.3.1.1 Before Removing the Stapler 0015-2125 1) Open the front cover. Be sure to take note of the positioning index [4] 2) Open the upper cover unit.

  • Page 303

    Chapter 4 4) Remove the harness cover [1]. - 1 screw [2] F-4-33 2) Free the cable [2] from the 2 clamps [1], and disconnect the connector [3]. F-4-31 5) Remove the saddle stapler unit [1]. - 1 connector [2] - 2 screws [3] F-4-34 3) Remove the handling tray plate unit [1].

  • Page 304

    Chapter 4 4) Shift the handling tray aligning plate (front) [1] in Plate Width] the direction of the arrow, and remove the screw - 2 clamps [2] [2] and the claw [3]; then, detach the handling - 1 connector [3] tray aligning plate (front).

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    Chapter 4 4.3.4.2 Removing the Alignment Motor (rear) 0015-2303 1) Free the cable [2] from the 3 clamps, and disconnect the connector [3]. F-4-40 2) Free the cable [2] connected to the 2 clamps [1], and disconnect the connector [3]. F-4-42 4) Remove the handling tray aligning plate (rear).

  • Page 306

    Chapter 4 4.3.5 Tray Shift Motor 6) Loosen the screw [1], and free the belt [2] from the gear [3]. 4.3.5.1 Removing the Tray A/B Lift Motor 0015-2304 1)Remove the tray A/B cover [1]. - 4 screws [2] F-4-45 7) Remove the aligning motor (rear) [1]. (page 5-12)Reference[Adjusting the Angle of the Aligning Plate (orthogonal)] (page 5-15)Reference[Adjusting the Aligning...

  • Page 307

    Chapter 4 4.3.6 Shift Motor 3) Remove the screw [1], and open the connector cover [2] in the direction of the arrow. 4.3.6.1 Before Removing the Shift Motor 0015-2305 1) Disconnect the machine from the host machine side. 2) Remove the upper rear cover (right). (page 4- 2)Reference[Removing the Upper Rear Cover (right)] 3) Remove the upper rear cover (left).

  • Page 308

    Chapter 4 2) Remove the transport stay (upper right) [1]. 4) Disconnect the 2 connectors [1], and remove the 2 - 4 screws [2] screws [2]. F-4-55 5) Remove the detection drive assembly [1]. - 2 screws [2] F-4-53 3) Remove the fan unit [1]. - 1 connector [2] - 2 screws [3] F-4-56...

  • Page 309

    Chapter 4 6) Remove the cable retainer [1], and disconnect the 9) Detach the belt [1] from the gear [2]. connector [2]; then, free the cable [3] from the cable guide [4]. F-4-57 7) Insert a screwdriver [1] into the hole [1]. F-4-60 10) Remove the 2 slide shafts [1] in the direction of the arrow.

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    Chapter 4 13) Remove the shift motor unit [1]. - 3 screws [2] F-4-62 F-4-64 12) Disconnect the connector [1], and free the cable 14) Remove the shift motor [1]. [2] from the clamp [3] and the 2 edge saddles [4]. - 2 screws [2] F-4-65 F-4-63...

  • Page 311

    Chapter 4 4.3.7 Positioning Plate Unit 5)Reference[Removing Stacking Wall (upper)] 2) Remove the stacking wall (lower). (page 4- 4.3.7.1 Before Removing the Positioning 5)Reference[Removing Stacking Wall Plate Unit (lower)] 3) Remove the handling tray unit. (page 4- 0015-2307 23)Reference[Removing the Handling Tray (page Remove stop...

  • Page 312

    Chapter 4 3) Remove the 2 screws [1] found at the rear of the machine. F-4-70 4) Remove the 2 screws [1] found at the front of the machine. F-4-72 The belt [4] tends to slip off. Take care not to lose it. 6) Shift the belt variable lever [1] in the direction of the arrow.

  • Page 313

    Chapter 4 7) Release the 2 roll guides [1] in the direction of the 9) Remove the E-ring [1] and the bushing [2]. arrow, and detach the 2 belts [2] from the belt variable lever [3]. F-4-76 10) Remove the belt controller unit [1]. - 2 screws [2] F-4-74 8) Remove the 3 E-rings [1], shift [2], and bushing...

  • Page 314

    Chapter 4 4.4 Document Feeding System Unite the guide side [3] of a guide lever (before) [1] and a guide lever (after) [2]. After that, it is a belt [4]. Two pieces are attached. 4.4.1 Engaging Roller 4.4.1.1 Before Removing the Shift Roller 0015-2161 1) Remove the saddle stapler unit.

  • Page 315

    Chapter 4 4.4.2.2 Removing the Stack Delivery 3) While releasing the claw [1], remove the gear [2], E-ring [3], and ball bearing [4]. Upper Roller 0015-2164 1) Remove the tension springs [1]. F-4-81 4) Remove the separation roller shaft [1] in the F-4-83 direction of the arrow.

  • Page 316

    Chapter 4 3) Remove the belt [1], E-ring [2], gear [3], parallel pin [4], and plate [5]. F-4-87 F-4-85 6) Detach the E-ring [2] and the ball bearing [3] from 4) Remove the ball bearing [1], washer [2]; E-ring the stack delivery roller [1]. [3], and ball bearing [4].

  • Page 317

    Chapter 4 4.4.3 Process Tray Assembly 4.4.3.1 Before Removing the Handling Tray Unit 0015-2165 1) Remove the stacking wall (upper). (page 4- 5)Reference[Removing Stacking Wall (upper)] 2) Remove the stacking wall (lower). (page 4- 5)Reference[Removing Stacking Wall (lower)] 4.4.3.2 Removing the Handling Tray Unit 0015-2166 1) Remove the handling bin (front) [1] and the handling bin (rear) [2].

  • Page 318

    Chapter 4 A guide [2] is attached so that it may not run aground on a lever [1]. F-4-93 2) Remove the handling tray (front) [1]. - 2 screws [2] F-4-92 4.4.4 Process Tray F-4-94 4.4.4.1 Before Removing the Handling Tray (front/rear) 0015-2167 1) Remove the stacking wall (upper).

  • Page 319

    Chapter 4 4.4.5 Feed Belt 4.4.4.3 Removing the Handling Tray (rear) 4.4.5.1 Before Removing the Transport 0015-2169 1) Shift the handling tray aligning plate (rear) [1] in the direction of the arrow; then, remove the screw Belt [2] and the claw [3] to detach the handling tray aligning plate (rear).

  • Page 320

    Chapter 4 3) Turn the coupling (front) [1] so that the screw is at 5) Release the roll guide [1], and detach the transport the front; then, loosen the screw, and shift the roll [2] from the shaft together with the belt. coupling (front) to the right.

  • Page 321

    Chapter 4 4.4.6 Paddle Unit 4.4.7.2 Removing the Paddle 4.4.6.1 Before Removing the Paddle Unit 0015-2175 1) Release the 2 claws [1], and detach the paddle retaining roll [2] to detach the paddle [3]. 0015-2172 1) Remove the stacking wall (upper). (page 4- 5)Reference[Removing Stacking Wall...

  • Page 322

    Chapter 4 3) Remove the stopper[1] 1. Removing the Tray A Unit - screw [2] 1) Remove the support cover [1]. - claw [2] F-4-107 4) Remove the screw [1], and disconnect the 2 connectors [2]. F-4-105 2) Remove the support plate [1]. - 4 screws [2] F-4-106 F-4-108...

  • Page 323

    Chapter 4 5) Remove the 2 screws [1], and lead out the cable 7) Lift the tray A unit [1] to detach. (page 5- [2] in the direction of the arrow. 11)Reference[Adjusting the Tray A/B Position] F-4-109 6) Remove the tray A cover [1] F-4-111 - 4 screws [2] 2.

  • Page 324

    Chapter 4 2) Remove the screw [1], and disconnect the connector [2]. F-4-115 7) Lift the tray B unit [1] to detach. (page 5- 11)Reference[Adjusting the Tray A/B Position] F-4-113 3) Remove the 2 screws [1], and lead out the cable [2] in the direction of the arrow.

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    Chapter 4 4.4.9 Saddle Unit 4.4.8.3 Points to Note About the Tray A/B Cable 4.4.9.1 Removing the Saddle Unit 0015-2178 When mounting the tray A/B unit, take care so that 0015-2180 1) Open the front cover. the cables will not become tangled. 2) Slide out the saddle unit [1] about 20 cm.

  • Page 326

    Chapter 4 4) Release the stopper [1] of the rail, and pull it out 6) Move the saddle unit in the direction of the arrow about 5 cm. until the screw [1] is visible through the hole [2]; then, remove the screws [1] [3]. F-4-121 5) Disconnect the 3 connectors [1], and remove the screw [2];...

  • Page 327

    Chapter 4 4.4.10 No.1 Flapper 8) Remove the 2 screws [1]. 4.4.10.1 Removing the No. 1 Paper Deflecting Plate 0015-2181 1) Open the front cover. 2) Slide out the saddle unit [1] about 20 cm. F-4-125 9) Hold the saddle unit [1] as shown, and move it in the direction of the arrow.

  • Page 328

    Chapter 4 4) Release the stopper [1] of the rail, and slide it out 6) Open the saddle stack guide assembly [1]. about 5 cm. F-4-131 7) Remove the tension spring [1] found at the rear of the saddle unit; then, while releasing the claw [2], push in the shaft [3] slightly.

  • Page 329

    Chapter 4 9) Free the arm [1] from the hole [1]; then, shift it 11) Remove the No. 1 paper deflecting plate [1] in away in the direction of the arrow. the direction of the arrow. F-4-136 4.4.11 No.2 Flapper F-4-134 4.4.11.1 Removing the No.

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    Chapter 4 4) Disconnect the 11 connector [1], and detach the 7) Remove the stop unit [1]. cable from the guide. - 4 screws [2] F-4-141 F-4-138 4.4.13 Thrust Plate 5) Disconnect the 2 connectors [1], and free the cable from the 3 clamps [2] and the 3 edge saddles [3].

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    Chapter 4 4.4.14 Pressing Unit 2) Mark the current position [1] before detaching the stop plate. 4.4.14.1 Before Removing the Press Unit 0015-2186 1) Open the front cover. 2) Slide out the saddle unit. F-4-143 3) Remove the stop plate [1]. - 3 screws [2] - 1 stop plate fixing plate [3] F-4-145...

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    Chapter 4 4) Pull out the rail stopper[1]. 6) Remove rhe sadddle inside cover (lower). (page 4-6)Reference[Removing the Saddle Inside Cover (lower)] 4.4.14.2 Removing the Press Unit 0015-2187 1) Remove the 2 roller fixing plates (front) [1]. - 4 screws [2] F-4-147 5) Remove a cable guide [1] from a saddle unit.

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    Chapter 4 3) Disconnect the 4 connectors [1], and free the cable 5) Disconnect the 2 connectors [1], and free the cable from the 2 edge saddles [2] and the 2 clamps [3]. from the edge saddle [2] and the clamp [3]. F-4-151 F-4-153 4) Remove the fixing plate (front) [1].

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    Chapter 4 7) Remove the press roller unit [1]. 3) Pull out the auxiliary caster [1] in the direction of - 2 screws the arrow [A], and slide out the saddle unit in the direction of the arrow [B]. F-4-157 4) Release the stopper [1] of the rail, and pull it out about 5 cm.

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    Chapter 4 4.4.15.2 Removing the Press Roller Unit 5) Disconnect the 3 connectors [1], and remove the screw [2]; then, slide out the saddle unit in the direction of the arrow. 0015-2189 1) Remove the delivery guide (upper) [1]. - 4 screws [2] F-4-160 2) Remove the handle cover [1].

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    Chapter 4 3) Remove the handle unit [1]. 5) Remove the belt support plate [1]. - 4 screws [2] - 1 screw [2] F-4-164 6) Remove the slide shaft (lower) [1] in the direction of the arrow. - E-ring [2] F-4-162 4) Remove the delivery guide (lower) [1].

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    Chapter 4 8) Detach the shaft [2] from the press roller unit [1]. Then mounting the slide shaft (lower), be sure that the hole [1] of the press roller unit cover and the hole [2] of the knob are matched while the press roller unit is in its rearmost position.

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    Chapter 4 3) Pull out an auxiliary caster [1] in the direction of an arrow [A]. Then, a saddle unit is pulled out in the direction of an arrow [B]. F-4-170 4) Pull out the rail stopper[1]. F-4-172 6) Remove the saddle inside cover (lower). (page 4- 6)Reference[Removing the Saddle Inside Cover (lower)] (page...

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    Chapter 4 2) Remove the tension arm plate [1]. 4) Remove the C-ring [1], gear [2], and ball bearing - 1 tension spring [2] [3]. F-4-176 F-4-174 5) Remove the C-ring [1] and the ball bearing [2] 3) Remove the roller arm plate [1]. found at the rear of the saddle unit.

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    Chapter 4 6) Slide the folding roller (upper) [1] in the direction 9) Remove the C-ring [1] and the ball bearing [2] of the arrow. found at the rear of the saddle unit. F-4-181 F-4-178 10) Shift the shaft [1] found at the front of the folding roller (lower) to the hole above.

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    Chapter 4 4.5 Electrical System 4.5.2 Static Charge Eliminator 4.5.2.1 Removing the Stack Edging Roller 4.5.1 Finisher Controller PCB Static Eliminator 4.5.1.1 Finisher Controller PCB 0015-2194 1) Remove the 2 stack edging roller stack eliminators 4.5.1.1.1 Before Removing the Finisher [1].

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    Chapter 4 4.5.2.5 Removing the Stack Eliminator (inside delivery guide) 0015-2198 1) Remove the 2 static eliminators (inside delivery guide) [1]. - 4 screws [2] F-4-186 F-4-188 2) Remove the 2 static eliminators (upper delivery slot) [1]. 4.5.2.6 Removing the Static Eliminator - 4 screws [2] (inside delivery roller) 0015-2199...

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    Chapter 4 4.5.2.7 Removing the Static Eliminator (saddle transport inlet) 0015-2201 1) Open the front cover. 2) Slide out the saddle unit. 3) Remove the plate [1]. - 2 screws [2] F-4-192 4.5.2.8 Removing the Flapper Static F-4-190 Eliminator 4) Remove the stack eliminator (saddle transport inlet) [1].

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    Chapter 4 4.5.3 Horizontal Registration Sensor 4) Remove the flapper static eliminator [1]. - 3 screws [2] Unit 4.5.3.1 Before Removing the Horizontal Registration Sensor Unit 0015-2205 1) Separate the machine from the host machine side. (page 4-1)Reference[Disconnecting from the Host Machine] 2) Remove the upper rear cover (right).

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    Chapter 4 2) Disconnect the 2 connectors [1], and remove the 2 4) Disconnect the connector [1], and free the cable screws [2]. [2] from the 3 cable guides [3] and the edge saddle [4]. 5) Remove the 2 screws [5]. F-4-197 3) Remove the detection drive assembly [1].

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    Chapter 5 MAINTENANCE...

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    Contents Contents 5.1 User Maintenance ..................... 5-1 5.1.1 User Maintenance Items (finisher) ................5-1 5.1.2 User Maintenance Item (saddle stitcher) ............... 5-1 5.2 Maintenance and Inspection ................5-2 5.2.1 Periodically Replaced Parts ..................5-2 5.2.1.1 Periodically Replaced Parts in the Finisher..............5-2 5.2.1.2 Periodically Replaced Parts in the Saddle Finisher ............

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    Contents 5.3.2.21 Paddle height adjustment ....................5-44 5.3.2.22 Adjustment at poor tray stackability (when the upper curl occurs) ......5-46 5.3.2.23 Adjustment at poor tray stackability (when the lower curl occurs) ......5-47 5.3.2.24 Adjustment at poor tray stackability (run over when using thin paper) ....5-49 5.3.2.25 Tray stacking limit cancellation adjustment ..............

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    Chapter 5 5.1 User Maintenance 5.1.1 User Maintenance Items (finisher) 0015-2208 T-5-1 Item Timing staple cartridge (replacement) when prompted (in host machine control panel) waste staple (disposal) when prompted (in host machine control panel) 5.1.2 User Maintenance Item (saddle stitcher) 0015-2210 T-5-2 Item...

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    Chapter 5 5.2 Maintenance and Inspection 5.2.1 Periodically Replaced Parts 5.2.1.1 Periodically Replaced Parts in the Finisher 0015-2211 The finisher does not have a part that requires periodical replacement. 5.2.1.2 Periodically Replaced Parts in the Saddle Finisher 0015-2212 The saddle finisher does not have a part that requires periodical replacement. 5.2.2 Durables 5.2.2.1 Durables in the Finisher 0015-2213...

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    Chapter 5 5.2.2.2 Durables in the Saddle Stitcher 0015-2214 Some parts of the machine may require replacement once or more over the period of product warranty because of deterioration or damage. Replace them as necessary. T-5-4 as of November 2005 Parts name Parts number Q'ty...

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    Chapter 5 5.3 Adjustment 5.3.1 Basic Adjustment 5.3.1.1 Adjusting the Height 0015-2219 If jams start to occur often, adjust the height of the machine as follows: 1. Checking the Height 1) Check the height of the finisher and the host machine.

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    Chapter 5 3) In the case of the Finisher-AB1, remove the caster cover [1]. - 1 screw [2] F-5-6 6) Measure the height [A] from the caster mounted surface to the upper surface of bottom plate using F-5-4 a scale or the like and check if the height is 84.6 +/- 0.5 mm.

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    Chapter 5 7) Loosen the fixing nut [1] of the scanner by turning the spanner (large) [2] in the direction of [A]. F-5-10 F-5-8 9) Tighten the fixing nut [1] in the direction of [B]. When loosening the caster fixing nut [1] on the front of the saddle finisher, be sure to fit the spanner [3] through the gap below the saddle assembly base plate [2].

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    Chapter 5 5.3.1.2 Adjusting the Horizontal Registration/Angle 0015-2221 If the vibration is excessive (i.e., the horizontal registration unit shifts excessively), or the skew is SW382 excessive on this machine, adjust the horizontal registration/ skew correction as follows: 1. Checking the Adjustment Value SW381 1) Turn on the finisher and then the host machine.

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    Chapter 5 2. Adjusting the Horizontal Registration 1) Disconnect the finisher from the host machine. 2) Loosen the 2 screws [2] on the positioning plate [1] found on the right side. 3) If the value recorded is on the + side, move the plate in the direction of [A] and tighten the screw [2].

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    Chapter 5 Make sure that the total of the indexes over which the latch base (front, rear) has been moved is between -2 and +2 mm. F-5-18 F-5-20 4) Remove the middle rear cover [1]. 7) Connect the finisher and the host machine. - 4 screws [2] 8) Turn on the finisher and the host machine in sequence.

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    Chapter 5 5.3.1.3 Adjusting the Sensor Intensity 0015-2224 Go through the following steps when installing the finisher or replacing specific sensor: 1) Turn on the finisher and the host machine in sequence. 2) Open the front cover, and insert the door switch actuator into the door switch [1].

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    Chapter 5 5) Set the DIP switch SW382 [1] of the switch PCB T-5-5 as shown (1: ON), and press the enter button Code Sensor Name (SW385) [2] to start sensor intensity adjustment. Buffer path 1 sensor PCB(UN13) Buffer path 2 sensor PCB(UN14) Lower path sensor PCB(UN24) Horizontal sensor PCB(UN12) SW382...

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    Chapter 5 2) Fix the 2 paper edge stoppers [1] in place on the host machine using 2 screws [2]. F-5-29 F-5-27 5.3.2.2 Adjusting the Angle of the Aligning Plate (orthogonal) 0015-2226 Go through the following steps if you have replaced the alignment motor of the intermediate handling tray assembly or the EEPROM of the finisher controller PCB:...

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    Chapter 5 5.3.2.3 Adjusting the Stapler Position 3) Place A4 paper [1] in the intermediate handling tray in the direction of the arrow. Make adjustments so that there is no gap between the paper edge [1] and 0015-2227 Go through the following steps if you have replaced the aligning plate [2];...

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    Chapter 5 5.3.2.4 Adjusting the Speed of the Swing 5) Set the DIP switch SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as follows: Guide 0015-2229 Go through the following steps if you have replaced the swing guide motor or the EEPROM of the finisher controller PCB: 1) Turn on the finisher.

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    Chapter 5 5.3.2.5 Adjusting the Aligning Plate Width 0015-2230 Go through the following steps if you have replaced the front alignment motor or the rear alignment motor or the EEPROM of the controller PCB: 1) Turn on the finisher. SW382 2) Turn on the host machine so that it will be in a standby state.

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    Chapter 5 6) Press the push switch SW3851 [1] to start adjustment of the front aligning plate width. SW382 SW382 SW381 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER ENTER F-5-40 7) Place A4 paper [1] in the intermediate handling tray.

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    Chapter 5 10) Check that there is no gap between the paper and the aligning plate as the result of the foregoing steps. If there still is a gap, go back to step 8). F-5-46 F-5-44 5) Set the DIP switch SW382 [1] on the switch PCB 5.3.2.6 Adjusting the Transport Belt as follows: Position...

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    Chapter 5 6) Press the push switch SW385 [1] to start adjustment of the transport belt position. SW382 SW382 SW381 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER ENTER F-5-48 7) Press the push switch SW383 [1] or SW384 [2] to store the adjustment value.

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    Chapter 5 8) Press the push switch SW385 [1] to end 4) Remove the screw [2], and detach the switch adjustment of the transport belt. cover [1]. If the LED [2] indicates '0', the adjustment has ended successfully. SW382 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 F-5-52...

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    Chapter 5 6) Press the push switch SW385 [1] to start adjustment of the stapling position (rear 1-point). for A-Series, SW382 SW382 SW381 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER ENTER F-5-54 F-5-56 for L-Series, 8) Press the push switch SW385 [1] to move the stapler to the rear.

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    Chapter 5 9) Place A4 paper [1] in the intermediate handling If the LED indicates a value other than '0', the tray. (Be sure to butt the paper against the rear of adjustment is likely to have failed. Start over. the handling tray.) Thereafter, press the push switch SW385 to execute stapling.

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    Chapter 5 5) Set the DIP switch SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as follows: for A-Series, SW382 SW381 SW382 SW383 SW384 SW385 SW381 ENTER SW383 SW384 SW385 F-5-64 7) Press the push switch SW383 [1] or SW382 [3] to store the new adjustment value.

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    Chapter 5 8) Press the push switch SW385 [1] to move the stapler toward the front. SW382 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER F-5-66 9) Place A4 paper [1] in the intermediate handling tray. (Be sure to butt the paper against the rear of F-5-68 the handling tray.) If the LED indicates other than '0', the adjustment is...

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    Chapter 5 5.3.2.9 Adjusting the Stapling Position (2- point) 0015-2237 Go through the following steps if there is displacement in stapling position (2-point) or if you have replaced the EEPROM of the finisher controller SW382 PCB: 1) Turn on the finisher. 2) Turn on the host machine so that it will be in a standby state.

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    Chapter 5 6) Press the push switch SW385 [1] to start adjustment of stapling position (2-point). SW382 SW382 SW381 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER ENTER F-5-73 7) Press the push switch SW383 [1] or SW384 [2] to store the new adjustment value.

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    Chapter 5 8) Press the push switch SW385 [1] to move the stapler to the 2-point stapling position. SW382 SW381 F-5-77 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER If the LED indicates other than '0', the adjustment is F-5-75 likely to have failed. Start over. 9) Place A4 paper [1] in the intermediate handling tray.

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    Chapter 5 4) Remove the screw [2], and detach the switch cover [1]. SW382 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER F-5-79 F-5-81 5) Set the DIP switch SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as follows: 7) Place 3 originals in the ADF, and set as follows on the control panel: A4, 1 set (staple sort).

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    Chapter 5 and 2nd sheets). Press the push switch SW383 [2] to decrease the displacement, or press SW384 [3] to increase the displacement. (The LED [4] indicates the correction value.) range of adjustment: +30 to -30 (unit: 0.2 mm) SW382 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385...

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    Chapter 5 SW382 SW381 F-5-86 SW383 SW384 SW385 4) Remove the screw [2], and detach the switch cover [1]. ENTER F-5-85 A press on the push switch SW385 while the LED is indicating '0' will cause the LED to indicate the A and B correction values in sequence.

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    Chapter 5 6) Press the push switch SW385 [1] so that the LED [2] flashes '0', indicating that the machine is ready for adjustment. SW382 SW381 [3] [2] [1] SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER F-5-89 7) Set three A3 originals to ADF. In the control panel, select Finisher >...

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    Chapter 5 SW383 [2] will decrease the displacement, while a press on SW384 [3] will increase the displacement. (The LED [4] will indicate the correction value.) range of adjustment: +30 to -30 (unit: 0.2 mm) SW382 SW382 SW381 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER SW383...

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    Chapter 5 5.3.2.12 Adjusting the Saddle Binding 5) Set the DIP switch DIP SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as follows: Position - for A-Series, [2] - for L-Series, [3] 0015-2240 Go through the following steps if there is displacement in stitching position (saddle delivery) or if you have replaced the EEPROM of the finisher controller PCB: 1) Turn on the finisher.

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    Chapter 5 7) Place paper (A4 or LTR) [1] along the transport guide. (Be sure to butt the paper against the positioning plate.) F-5-100 10) If the measurements (A, B) are as indicated (i.e., F-5-98 if A - B is within 0.5 mm), press the push switch SW385 [1] once to end adjustment mode.

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    Chapter 5 11) Press the push switch (SW383, SW384) according to the degree of displacement from the standard. A press on SW383 [1] will move the stapling position upward, while a press on SW384 [2] will move it downward. range of adjustment: +5 to -5 (unit: 0.2 mm) SW382 SW381 F-5-103...

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    Chapter 5 7) Set the DIP switch DIPSW382 [1] on the switch PCB as follows: SW382 SW381 SW382 SW383 SW384 SW385 SW381 ENTER SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER F-5-106 Obtain correction value from measurement, and press the 2 push switches (SW383, SW384) as necessary to correct. A press on SW383 [1] will move the folding position [2] upward, while a press on SW 384 [3] will move it downward.

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    Chapter 5 5.3.2.14 Adjusting the Saddle Lead Edge Stopper Position 0015-2242 Go through the following steps if the saddle folding position has become displaced. 1) Generate a print using the saddle assembly, and measure the displacement (C) of the folding position.

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    Chapter 5 4) Remove the screw [2] to detach the switch cover [1]. F-5-114 7) Place paper [3] in the saddle assembly [1]. (A4R F-5-112 or LTRR) At this time, moving up the gear in area A in the 5) Set DIP SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as follows: direction of the arrow releases the saddle pull-in - if A configuration, [2] roller so that paper may be placed in the saddle...

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    Chapter 5 9) Adjust the 3 push switches (SW383, 384) so that there is no gap [D] between the saddle guide plate [1] and the edge of the paper [2]. The method of adjustment is as follows: A press on SW383 [3] causes the guide plate to move to the left, while a press on SW384 [4] causes it to move to the right.

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    Chapter 5 5) Set the DIP SW382 [1] on the Switch PCB as code: 1109) has occurred shown in the figure below. EEPROM is - When the EEPROM (IC107) on the finisher initialized by pressing the switches in the order of controller PCB has been replaced SW385,SW384,SW383, once for each.

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    Chapter 5 5) Set the DIP switch SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as follows: SW382 SW381 F-5-123 4) Remove the screw [2], and detach the switch SW383 SW384 SW385 cover [1]. ENTER F-5-122 6) The setting preparations are completed by pressing SW385.

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    Chapter 5 5) Set the DIP switch SW382 [1] on the switch PCB 3) Place the A4 or letter size sheets [1] in the as follows: intermediate processing tray in the direction of the arrow. Then, measure the degree of displacement [A] between the paper edge stopper [2] and the assist stopper [3].

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    Chapter 5 4) Remove the 2 screws [2], and remove the assist 6) Attach the assist stopper [1] using the 2 screws [2]. stopper [1]. F-5-130 F-5-128 5.3.2.20 Staple inlet guide height 5) Loosen the screw [1] of the assist stopper, and adjustment adjust it so that the degree of displacement of the stopper [2] falls within the range of the reference...

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    Chapter 5 3) Open the front door, and insert the door switch 6) The preparations for the staple inlet guide height actuator into the door switch [1]. adjustment are completed by pressing the push switch (SW385) [1]. SW382 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 F-5-132 ENTER...

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    Chapter 5 F-5-139 1) Turn on the finisher. 2) Turn on the host machine so that the machine will F-5-137 be in a standby state. 3) Open the front door, and insert the door switch 8) This adjustment is completed by pressing the push actuator into the door switch [1].

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    Chapter 5 5) The preparations for the paddle height adjustment <Reference> are completed by pressing the push switch When the foregoing fault has occurred, it can be SW385 [1]. remedied by changing the adjustment value in the negative direction. SW382 SW382 SW381 SW381...

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    Chapter 5 SW382 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER F-5-148 4) Remove the screw [2], and detach the switch cover [1]. F-5-146 5.3.2.22 Adjustment at poor tray stackability (when the upper curl occurs) 0016-6227 This adjustment is performed either when poor tray stackability occurs (when the upper curl occurs) shown in the figure below or when the EEPROM (IC107) on the finisher controller PCB is replaced.

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    Chapter 5 6) The preparations for this adjustment are completed by pressing the push switch SW385 [1]. SW382 SW382 SW381 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER ENTER F-5-153 5.3.2.23 Adjustment at poor tray F-5-151 stackability (when the lower curl occurs) 7) When the push switch SW384 [1] is pressed once, "+1"...

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    Chapter 5 3) Open the front door, and insert the door switch 6) The preparations for this adjustment are actuator into the door switch [1]. completed by pressing the push switch SW385 [1]. SW382 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 F-5-155 4) Remove the screw [2], and detach the switch ENTER cover [1].

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    Chapter 5 8) This adjustment is completed when the push switch SW385 [1] is pressed again. SW382 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 F-5-162 4) Remove the screw [2], and detach the switch ENTER cover [1]. F-5-160 5.3.2.24 Adjustment at poor tray stackability (run over when using thin paper) 0016-6230...

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    Chapter 5 6) The preparations for this adjustment are completed by pressing the push switch SW385 [1]. SW382 SW382 SW381 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER ENTER F-5-167 5.3.2.25 Tray stacking limit cancellation F-5-165 adjustment 7) When the push switch SW384 [1] is pressed once, 0016-6232 This adjustment is performed either when canceling "+1"...

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    Chapter 5 <Memo> This adjustment works for the upper tray only. The stacking limit of the lower tray cannot be cancelled. The table below shows the loading capacity of the lower tray when the stacking limit has been cancelled. T-5-7 Loading capacity When the Paper type...

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    Chapter 5 6) The preparations for this adjustment are completed by pressing the push switch SW385 [1]. SW382 SW382 SW381 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER ENTER F-5-174 5.3.2.26 Saddle staple alignment F-5-172 adjustment 7) When the push switch SW384 [1] is pressed once, 0016-4897 "+1"...

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    Chapter 5 F-5-177 7) Remove the screw [2] to detach the switch cover [1]. F-5-175 3) Detach the saddle inner cover (lower) [1]. - 4 screws [2] - 1 knob [3] F-5-178 F-5-176 4) Turn on the power of the finisher. 5) Turn on the power switch on the host machine to set the host machine to the standby mode.

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    Chapter 5 8) Pull out the saddle unit [2] by holding the lever [1]; and then, open the saddle right guide [3]. SW382 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER F-5-181 F-5-179 11) The preparations for stapling (lower delivery) 9) Place the sheets (A3 or LDR) [1] along the feeding are completed by pressing the push switch guide [2].

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    Chapter 5 12) Stapling is executed by pressing the push switch SW384 [1] several times. SW382 SW381 F-5-185 SW383 SW384 SW385 15) Loosen the 2 screws [1] used to secure the saddle staple unit. ENTER F-5-183 13) The sheets are folded and delivered by pressing the push switch SW383 [1] several times.

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    Chapter 5 5.3.2.27 Saddle disengage roller position Details of the adjustment method are as described adjustment below. 1) Turn the finisher power ON. 0016-6915 This adjustment is to be carried out when there is a 2) Turn on the host machine power switch and put noticeable misalignment in the folding position or the copier in standby.

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    Chapter 5 5) Set dipswitch DIP SW382 [1] on the switch PCB 7) Press switch SW383 [1] or SW384 [2] to fix the as illustrated below. degree of adjustment. Press SW383 once and the LED [3]will display "- 1" and the gap between the disengage roller and the paper will increase.

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    Chapter 5 SW382 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER F-5-194 5.3.2.28 The amount of sending of a saddle disengage roller adjustment 0016-7248 This adjustment is to be carried out when there is a M102 noticeable misalignment in the folding position or stapling position.

  • Page 407

    Chapter 5 Details of the adjustment method are as described below. 1) Turn the finisher power ON. 2) Turn on the copier main unit power switch and put the copier in standby. 3) Open the front door and insert the door switch SW382 actuator into the door switch [1].

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    Chapter 5 7) Press switch SW383 [1] or SW384 [2] to fix the degree of adjustment. Press SW383 once and the LED [3]will display "- SW382 1" and the gap between the disengage roller and the paper will increase. (The disengage roller moves in the A direction.) Alternatively, press SW384 once and the LED [3] will display "+1"...

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    Chapter 5 Details of the adjustment method are as described below. 1) Turn the finisher power ON. 2) Turn on the host machine power switch and put the copier in standby. 3) Open the front door and insert the door switch SW382 actuator into the door switch [1].

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    Chapter 5 7) Press switch SW383 [1] or SW384 [2] to fix the degree of adjustment. Press SW383 once and the LED [3]will display "- M101 1" and the folding position lowers, as illustrated below. (+ direction.) Alternatively, press SW384 once and the LED [3] will display "+1"...

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    Chapter 5 5.3.3 Other 5.3.3.1 Service Mode (by DIP switch)<Incerter> 0015-2245 The machine is equipped with a set of service mode items used to adjust it or to run checks on operation. The items may be executed from the machine or from its host machine. - From the Inserter See Maintenance>VR, LED, and Check Pins>DIP Switch.

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    Chapter 5 T-5-9 DIP setting Item Description driving the drive switchover motor Press ENTER to start. A press on + will start tray A, SW382 while a press on - will start tray B. Press ENTER to end. driving tray pickup motor Press ENTER to start.

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    Chapter 5 DIP setting Item Description checking the sensors 2 Press ENTER to start. A press on +/- switches over SW382 sensors. Press ENTER to end. 1. feed sensor 2. not used 3. feed sensor 2 4. tray A lower limit sensor 5.

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    Chapter 5 5.4 Troubleshooting 5.4.1 Malfunction 5.4.1.1 Malfunction/Faulty Detection 5.4.1.1.1 The output is sent to tray B even when tray A is selected. 0015-2247 [Case Study] Description Enabling the following in user mode will select tray B as the destination of output (large-capacity stacking mode): initial setup/registration>common spec setup>large-capacity stacking mode.

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    Chapter 5 13) Execute the following adjustment. Each press enables to execute initializing EEPROM from SW385 to SW383 in order. - Sensor light intensity adjustment - Swing guide speed adjustment - Aligning plate width adjustment - Stapling position adjustment (rear 1-point binding) - Stapling position adjustment (front 1-point binding)

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    Chapter 5 5.5 Outline of Electrical Components 5.5.1 Sensors (Finisher Unit) 0015-2249 PS32 PS34 PS33 PS35 PS24 PS26 PS25 PS31 PS29 PS30 PS28 PS27 PS18 PS42 PS21 PS22 PS12 PS23 PS16 PS17 PS13 PS20 PS15 PS11 PS14 PS19 F-5-214 5-68...

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    Chapter 5 T-5-10 Notation Name Description Parts No. Error detects the state (open/closed) of the front FK2-0149 front cover open sensor 1422 cover upper cover open/closed detects the state (open/closed) of the upper FK2-0149 1422 sensor cover WG8-5736 inlet sensor detects paper at the inlet 1002/1103 shift unit trail edge...

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    Chapter 5 Notation Name Description Parts No. Error PS28 stapling position sensor 1 detects stapling position FK2-0149 PS29 stapling position sensor 2 detects stapling position FK2-0149 PS30 stapling position sensor 3 detects stapling position FK2-0149 PS31 stapling position sensor 4 detects stapling position FK2-0149 PS32 tray A paper sensor...

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    Chapter 5 Shift relay PCB Transport motor driver PCB Notation Finisher controller PCB PS19 J253/J252 J104 PS20 J253/J252 J104 PS21 J253/J252 J104 PS22 J253/J252 J104 PS23 J253/J252 J104 PS24 J116 PS25 J263/J251 J104 PS26 J263/J251 J104 PS27 J114 PS28 J114 PS29 J114 PS30...

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    Chapter 5 5.5.2 Microswitches (Finisher Unit) 0015-2250 MSW2 MSW4 MSW6 MSW5 MSW3 MSW7 MSW1 F-5-215 5-72...

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    Chapter 5 T-5-12 Finisher Notation Name Description Parts No. Error controller PCB MSW1 front door switch detects the state (open/ WC4-5231 1422 J101 closed) of the front door MSW2 tray approach detects the approach of the WC4-5159 E540 J101 switch tray MSW3 tray safety switch...

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    Chapter 5 5.5.3 Solenoids (Finisher Unit) 0015-2251 F-5-216 5-74...

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    Chapter 5 T-5-13 Notation Name Parts No. Error FK2-1740 buffer switchover solenoid FK2-1740 upper path solenoid FK2-1740 saddle path switchover solenoid assist roller 1 shift solenoid FK2-1740 assist roller 2 shift solenoid FK2-1740 assist roller 3 shift solenoid FK2-1740 handling tray solenoid FK2-1782 T-5-14 Notation...

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    Chapter 5 5.5.4 Motors (Finisher Unit) 0015-2253 F-5-217 5-76...

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    Chapter 5 T-5-15 Notation Name Parts No. Error inlet transport motor FK2-1704 shift transport motor FK2-1705 pre-buffer transport motor FK2-1705 buffer motor FK2-1704 delivery motor FK2-1704 horizontal registration detection unit FK2-1709 E566 shift motor horizontal shift motor FK2-1710 E567 transport roller shift motor FK2-1711 E568 front alignment motor...

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    Chapter 5 Transport motor Handling tray Stapler driver PCB tray A motor driver Finisher controller driver PCB driver PCB PCB/tray B motor Notation driver PCB J277/J271 J118 J279/J271 J118 J257/J252 J104 J256/J252 J104 J257/J252 J104 J264/J252 J104 J260/J252 J104 J260/J252 J104 J259/J252 J104...

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    Chapter 5 5.5.5 Fans (Finisher Unit) 0015-2254 F-5-218 T-5-17 Notation Name Parts No. Error Finisher controller PCB E551 J103 power supply fan FK2-0636 E551 J116 transport fan 1 FK2-0636 E551 J116 transport fan 2 FK2-0636 5-79...

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    Chapter 5 5.5.6 PCBs (Finisher Unit) 0015-2255 F-5-219 T-5-18 Code Name Parts No. Role Finisher controller PCB FM2-5695 Control the finisher Intermediate processing tray driver FM2-5697 Control the load on the intermediate processing tray Feed motor driver PCB FM2-5698 Control the motor for the feed system Staple driver PCB FM2-5699 Control the stapler...

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    Chapter 5 5.5.7 Sensors (Saddle Stitcher Unit) 0015-2256 PS101 PS103 PS104 PS111 PS113 PS110 PS105 PS120 PS109 PS121 PS107 PS108 PS106 PS118 PS119 PS117 PS122 PS116 F-5-220 5-81...

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    Chapter 5 T-5-19 Notation Name Description Parts No. Error PS101 saddle inlet sensor detects paper at the saddle inlet FK2-0149 1042/1143 PS103 detects the trail edge of paper in the saddle small sensor FK2-0149 1044/1145 vertical path assembly 1 PS104 saddle pull-in roller HP detects the home position of the saddle FK2-0149...

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    Chapter 5 Handling tray driver PCB Saddle stitcher controller PCB Notation PS106 J106 PS107 J212 PS108 J212 PS109 J209 PS110 J209 PS111 J204 PS113 J204 PS116 J255 J105 PS117 J255 J105 PS118 J213 PS119 J212 PS120 J204 PS121 J204 PS122 J255 J105 5-83...

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    Chapter 5 5.5.8 Motors (Saddle Stitcher Unit) 0015-2257 M101 M110 M102 M105 M109 M103 M104 M107 M106 M108 F-5-221 5-84...

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    Chapter 5 T-5-21 Handling Saddle stitcher Notati Finisher tray delivery controller PCB Name Parts No. Error controller PCB M101 saddle transport motor FK2-1728 J205/J203 J130 M102 saddle pull-in roller shift motor FK2-1729 J204/J203 J130 M103 saddle alignment motor FK2-1730 E5F3 J211/J203 J130 M104...

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    Chapter 5 5.5.9 Solenoids(Saddle Stitcher Unit) 0015-2258 SL101 SL102 F-5-222 T-5-22 Saddle stitcher Notation Name Parts No. Finisher controller PCB controller PCB SL101 saddle flapper solenoid 1 FK2-1783 J204/J203 J130 SL102 saddle flapper solenoid 2 FK2-1783 J204/J203 J130 5-86...

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    Chapter 5 5.5.10 PCBs (Saddle Stitcher Unit) 0015-2259 F-5-223 T-5-23 Code Name Parts No. Role Saddle stitcher controller PCB FM2-5696 Control the load on the saddle 5-87...

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    Chapter 5 5.6 Variable Resistors (VR), Light-Emitting Diodes (LED), and Check Pins by PCB 5.6.1 Overview 0015-2261 Of the LEDs and check pins used in the machine, those needed during servicing in the field are discussed. Do not touch the check pins not found in the list herein. They are exclusively for factory use, and require special tools and a high degree of accuracy.

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    Chapter 5 5.8 Service Tools 5.8.1 Solvents and Oils 0015-2263 T-5-25 Name Description Composition Remarks Vic Clean Cleaning: Hydrocarbon(fluorine Do not bring near fire. e.g., glass, family) Procure locally. plastic, rubber parts, Alcohol Isopropyl alcohol may be external covers Surface activating agent substituted.

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    Chapter 6 ERROR CODE...

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    Contents Contents 6.1 Jam Codes ......................6-1 6.1.1 Jam Codes ........................6-1 6.2 Error Codes......................6-2 6.2.1 Error Codes........................6-2...

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    Chapter 6 6.1 Jam Codes 6.1.1 Jam Codes T-6-1 Code Jam type Sensor Jam condition 1002 Inlet sensor delay jam In a case that the inlet sensor (PS3) does not detect a paper after the specified time (distance) has been passed from the delivery signal reception from the connected equipment.

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    Chapter 6 6.2 Error Codes 6.2.1 Error Codes T-6-2 Code Detail Occurrence Description Treatment/ detection timing code classification - Occurrence classification 02: Finisher (including inserter, puncher, trimmer) 11: POD deck 12: Secondary POD deck 51: Stacker 52: Secondary stacker - When turning ON the power, be sure to turn ON the power in the following order: pickup/delivery accessories -> Main Body: Otherwise the pickup/delivery accessories are not recognized.

  • Page 442

    Chapter 6 Code Detail Occurrence Description Treatment/ detection timing code classification - Occurrence classification 02: Finisher (including inserter, puncher, trimmer) 11: POD deck 12: Secondary POD deck 51: Stacker 52: Secondary stacker - When turning ON the power, be sure to turn ON the power in the following order: pickup/delivery accessories -> Main Body: Otherwise the pickup/delivery accessories are not recognized.

  • Page 443

    Chapter 6 Code Detail Occurrence Description Treatment/ detection timing code classification - Occurrence classification 02: Finisher (including inserter, puncher, trimmer) 11: POD deck 12: Secondary POD deck 51: Stacker 52: Secondary stacker - When turning ON the power, be sure to turn ON the power in the following order: pickup/delivery accessories -> Main Body: Otherwise the pickup/delivery accessories are not recognized.

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    Chapter 6 Code Detail Occurrence Description Treatment/ detection timing code classification - Occurrence classification 02: Finisher (including inserter, puncher, trimmer) 11: POD deck 12: Secondary POD deck 51: Stacker 52: Secondary stacker - When turning ON the power, be sure to turn ON the power in the following order: pickup/delivery accessories -> Main Body: Otherwise the pickup/delivery accessories are not recognized.

  • Page 445

    Chapter 6 Code Detail Occurrence Description Treatment/ detection timing code classification - Occurrence classification 02: Finisher (including inserter, puncher, trimmer) 11: POD deck 12: Secondary POD deck 51: Stacker 52: Secondary stacker - When turning ON the power, be sure to turn ON the power in the following order: pickup/delivery accessories -> Main Body: Otherwise the pickup/delivery accessories are not recognized.

  • Page 446

    Chapter 6 Code Detail Occurrence Description Treatment/ detection timing code classification - Occurrence classification 02: Finisher (including inserter, puncher, trimmer) 11: POD deck 12: Secondary POD deck 51: Stacker 52: Secondary stacker - When turning ON the power, be sure to turn ON the power in the following order: pickup/delivery accessories -> Main Body: Otherwise the pickup/delivery accessories are not recognized.

  • Page 447

    Chapter 6 Code Detail Occurrence Description Treatment/ detection timing code classification - Occurrence classification 02: Finisher (including inserter, puncher, trimmer) 11: POD deck 12: Secondary POD deck 51: Stacker 52: Secondary stacker - When turning ON the power, be sure to turn ON the power in the following order: pickup/delivery accessories -> Main Body: Otherwise the pickup/delivery accessories are not recognized.

  • Page 448

    Chapter 6 Code Detail Occurrence Description Treatment/ detection timing code classification - Occurrence classification 02: Finisher (including inserter, puncher, trimmer) 11: POD deck 12: Secondary POD deck 51: Stacker 52: Secondary stacker - When turning ON the power, be sure to turn ON the power in the following order: pickup/delivery accessories -> Main Body: Otherwise the pickup/delivery accessories are not recognized.

  • Page 449

    Chapter 6 Code Detail Occurrence Description Treatment/ detection timing code classification - Occurrence classification 02: Finisher (including inserter, puncher, trimmer) 11: POD deck 12: Secondary POD deck 51: Stacker 52: Secondary stacker - When turning ON the power, be sure to turn ON the power in the following order: pickup/delivery accessories -> Main Body: Otherwise the pickup/delivery accessories are not recognized.

  • Page 450

    Chapter 6 Code Detail Occurrence Description Treatment/ detection timing code classification - Occurrence classification 02: Finisher (including inserter, puncher, trimmer) 11: POD deck 12: Secondary POD deck 51: Stacker 52: Secondary stacker - When turning ON the power, be sure to turn ON the power in the following order: pickup/delivery accessories -> Main Body: Otherwise the pickup/delivery accessories are not recognized.

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    APPENDIX...

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    1 General Circuit Diagram List Of Signals(finisher) T-1-1 Notation Signal name Notation Signal name Notation Signal name ASSIST-HP-SEN assist motor home position detection signal BTRY-SHIMEN-SEN* tray B paper surface sensor detection signal INPASS-M-Clk inlet transport motor clock signal ASSIST-M-8FG* assist motor rotation detection signal BTRY-SL-ON* auxiliary tray solenoid signal INPASS-M-CW...

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    Notation Signal name Notation Signal name Notation Signal name SHIFT-FEED-M-CW shift transport motor drive signal TRY-MSW* tray approach detecting switch detection signal SHIFT-FEED-M-IA shift transport motor current switch signal 1 UP-DOOR-OPEN upper cover open detection signal SHIFT-FEED-M-IB shift transport motor current switch signal 2 UPPASS-SL-ON* upper path switch solenoid signal SHIFTÅ[FEED-M-CLK...

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    List Of Signals(saddle finisher) T-1-2 Notation Signal name Notation Signal name Signal name BUNDLE-DELIVERY-SEN saddle stack delivery sensor signal SDL-FEED-M-FG saddle transport motor rotation detection signal CONVEYOR-M-A saddle transport belt motor drive signal A SDL-FEED-M-IHA saddle transport motor current switch signal A CONVEYOR-M-B saddle transport belt motor drive signal B SDL-FEED-M-ILB...

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    General Circuit Diagram General Circuit Diagram(Finisher1) CB1 Leakage breaker Stapler Transport motor driver Power supply driver PCB Main switch Power supply fan Fuse box PCB Finisher controller PCB Transceiver PCB MSW1 Front door switch Accessories switch PCB MSW4 MSW4 Tray safety Tray safety switch (rear) switch (front)

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    General Circuit Diagram(Finisher2) Finisher connector PCB UN24 UN14 UN16 Inlet sensor Lower delivery UN13 Buffer path 2 Upper cover Lower path Tray A paper transport transport Front door sensor Buffer path 1 Shift roller unit sensor open sensor sensor surface sensor fan 1 fan 2 open sensor...

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    General Circuit Diagram(Finisher3) Inlet transport motor Delivery motor Finisher controller PCB Transport motor driver PCB UN28 Shift relay Upper Transport delivery roller home sensor Transport position roller shift sensor Assist 3 shift motor UN26 solenoid Horizontal sensor Shift unit trail Shift edge sensor Horizontal...

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    General Circuit Diagram(Finisher4) Intermediary tray driver PCB PS14 PS21 PS22 Stack delivery Paddle lift Swing guide PS11 PS16 PS13 auxiliary tray home position Paper edge Assist home closed sensor Front alignment home position PS20 sensor area detection home position position sensor Paper edge sensor Paddle motor...

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    General Circuit Diagram(Finisher5) Intermediary tray driver PCB To INSERTER Finisher controller PCB To Professional Puncher To TRIMMER Assist motor Swing guide Handling tray motor solenoid Paddle lift Stack delivery Paddle rotation Stack delivery motor motor motor auxiliary motor (5/7) F26-7101-A505 F-1-5...

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    General Circuit Diagram(Finisher6) Finisher controller PCB Intermediary tray driver PCB PS42 Stapler waste case full sensor Stapler driver PCB PS30 PS28 Stapler Stapler position position Stapler unit sensor 1 sensor 3 PS31 PS29 PS27 UN17 UN18 stapler Stapler Stapler Stapler motor Tray B paper tray B paper home position...

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    General Circuit Diagram(Finisher7) Finisher controller PCB Tray B motor Tray A motor driver PCB driver PCB PS35 PS33 PS32 PS34 Tray B Tray B MSW2 Tray A paper tray A lift lift motor Tray approach lift motor Auxiliary tray sensor motor rotation rotation switch...

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    General Circuit Diagram(Saddle finisher1) Saddle Saddle Saddle Saddle paper folding Saddle transport alignment Saddle guide pushing /transport pressing M110 Stitcher motor motor motor motor motor motor motor M101 M103 M104 M106 M107 M109 Fuse box PCB Finisher controller PCB Saddle Saddle Saddle Stitcher unit...

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