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SERVICE
MANUAL
COPYRIGHT ©2005 CANON INC.
imageRUNNER
7105/7095/7086
DU7-1166-000
NOVEMBER 2005
REV. 0
CANON imageRUNNER 7105/7095/7086 REV. 0 PRINTED IN U.S.A.

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  • Page 1 7105/7095/7086 SERVICE MANUAL DU7-1166-000 NOVEMBER 2005 REV. 0 COPYRIGHT ©2005 CANON INC. CANON imageRUNNER 7105/7095/7086 REV. 0 PRINTED IN U.S.A.
  • Page 2 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: Symbols Used

    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 electrical and mechanical systems with refer- ence 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 Introduction 1.1 System Construction ............................1- 1 1.1.1 System Configuration with Input/Output Accessories................ 1- 1 1.1.2 Combination of Delivery Accessories ....................1- 2 1.1.3 System Configuration with Printing/Transmission Accessories ............1- 4 1.1.4 Functions of Printing/Transmission Accessories ................1- 4 1.2 Product Specifications ...........................
  • Page 6 Contents 2.1.3 Installation Space............................. 2- 3 2.1.4 Checking the Contents ..........................2- 4 2.1.5 Order of Installing Accessories ......................2- 6 2.2 Unpacking and Installation ..........................2- 7 2.2.1 Points to Note When Turning On/Off the Main Power ............... 2- 7 2.2.2 Unpacking ..............................
  • Page 7 Contents 3.2.1 Basic Sequence of Operations (power-on)..................3- 4 Chapter 4 Main Controller 4.1 Construction..............................4- 1 4.1.1 Construction/Functions ........................... 4- 1 4.2 Construction of the Electrical Circuitry ......................4- 2 4.2.1 Main Controller PCB..........................4- 2 4.3 Start-Up Sequence ............................4- 3 4.3.1 Overview ..............................
  • Page 8 Contents 5.3.2 Enlargement/Reduction ......................... 5- 10 5.3.2.1 Changing the Reproduction Ratio in Main Scanning Direction..........5- 10 5.3.2.2 Changing the Reproduction Ratio in Sub Scanning Direction <iR7105/7095>.....5- 10 5.3.2.3 Changing the Reproduction Ratio in Sub Scanning Direction <iR7086>....... 5- 10 5.3.3 Controlling the Scanning Lamp ......................5- 11 5.3.3.1 Overview <iR7105/7095>...
  • Page 9 Contents 6.3 Various Controls ............................. 6- 3 6.3.1 Controlling the Laser Activation Timing ....................6- 3 6.3.1.1 Turning On and Off the Laser Unit....................6- 3 6.3.1.2 Flow of the BD Signal........................6- 4 6.3.2 Controlling the Intensity of Laser Light ....................6- 5 6.3.2.1 APC Control............................
  • Page 10 Contents 7.7.1 Outline..............................7- 19 7.7.2 Controlling the Developing Assembly ....................7- 20 7.7.3 Controlling the Toner Cartridge Drive Mechanism ................7- 21 7.7.4 Controlling the Developing Bias......................7- 22 7.7.5 Detecting the Toner Level and Controlling the Toner Supply Mechanism ........7- 23 7.8 Transfer Mechanism .............................
  • Page 11 Contents 8.1.5 Index Paper Attachment ......................... 8- 3 8.2 Basic Sequence .............................. 8- 4 8.2.1 Right Deck ..............................8- 4 8.2.2 Pickup from the cassette 4........................8- 4 8.3 Detecting Jams ............................... 8- 5 8.3.1 Jam Detection Outline ..........................8- 5 8.3.1.1 Outline ..............................
  • Page 12 Contents 8.11.4 Left Deck Pickup Assembly ........................ 8- 35 8.11.5 Left Deck Pickup Sensor ........................8- 36 8.11.6 Right Deck Pickup Sensor ........................8- 36 8.11.7 Manual Tray Assembly ........................8- 36 8.11.8 Manual Feed Pull-Out Roller Unit ...................... 8- 37 8.11.9 Manual Pickup Roller ...........................8- 38 8.11.10 Manual Feed Roller ..........................
  • Page 13 Contents 9.5.5 Internal Delivery Roller .......................... 9- 16 9.5.6 Main Thermistor............................9- 16 9.5.7 Sub Thermistor ............................9- 17 9.5.8 Thermal Switch ............................9- 17 9.5.9 Fixing Heater............................9- 18 9.5.10 Fixing Cleaning Belt ..........................9- 19 9.5.11 Claw Jam Sensor ..........................9- 20 9.5.12 External Delivery Sensor........................
  • Page 14 Contents 10.5.16 Drum Heater Switch Assembly....................... 10- 18 10.5.17 DC Controller PCB ...........................10- 18 10.5.18 Control Panel Inverter PCB......................10- 19 10.5.19 Control Panel Key Switch PCB ...................... 10- 19 10.5.20 Control Panel Family PCB ......................10- 20 10.5.21 Control Panel CPU PCB........................10- 20 10.5.22 AC Driver PCB ..........................10- 21 10.5.23 All Night Power Supply PCB......................10- 21 10.5.24 Relay PCB ............................
  • Page 15 Contents 12.1.8 e-RDS setting screen .......................... 12- 3 12.1.9 Sleep operation ............................ 12- 5 12.1.10 Network Setting (Maintenance) ....................... 12- 5 12.1.11 e-RDS Setting (Maintenance)......................12- 6 12.1.12 Trouble shoot............................12- 6 12.1.13 Error message............................ 12- 7 Chapter 13 Maintenance and Inspection 13.1 Periodically Replaced Parts ........................
  • Page 16 Contents 14.6.1 Adjusting the Lower Roller Pressure (nip) ..................14- 17 14.6.2 Points to Note When Mounting the Fixing Heater.................14- 17 14.7 Electrical Components ..........................14- 18 14.7.1 After Replacing the Hard Disk......................14- 18 14.7.2 After Replacing the Main Controller ....................14- 18 14.7.3 After Replacing the DC Controller PCB..................14- 20 14.7.4 After Replacing the Reader Controller PCB ..................
  • Page 17 Contents 15.2.2.1 Motors............................. 15- 5 15.2.3 Fan................................15- 7 15.2.3.1 Fans ..............................15- 7 15.2.3.2 Fans ..............................15- 8 15.2.4 Sensor ..............................15- 10 15.2.4.1 Sensor (reader) <iR7105/7095>....................15- 10 15.2.4.2 Sensor (reader) <iR7086>......................15- 11 15.2.4.3 Sensor 1 ............................15- 12 15.2.4.4 Sensor 2 ............................
  • Page 18 Contents 17.3 I/O (I/O Display Mode)..........................17- 14 17.3.1 Overview.............................. 17- 14 17.3.2 <DC-CON>............................17- 15 17.3.3 <R-CON>.............................17- 22 17.3.4 <R-CON>.............................17- 24 17.3.5 <FEEDER> ............................17- 25 17.3.6 <FEEDER> ............................17- 28 17.3.7 <SORTER> ............................17- 29 17.3.8 <MN-CONT>............................17- 38 17.4 ADJUST (Adjustment Mode)........................17- 39 17.4.1 COPIER..............................17- 39 17.4.1.1 COPIER Items ..........................
  • Page 19 Contents 18.2.3 Making Connections (SST in use) ....................18- 7 18.2.4 Making Connections (USB device in use) ..................18- 7 18.3 Formatting the HDD ........................... 18- 9 18.3.1 Formatting the HDD for All Partition ....................18- 9 18.3.2 Formatting the HDD for Selected Partitions .................. 18- 10 18.3.3 Formatting the Partitions ........................
  • Page 20: Chapter 1 Introduction

    Chapter 1 Introduction...
  • Page 21 Contents Contents 1.1 System Construction ............................1- 1 1.1.1 System Configuration with Input/Output Accessories................ 1- 1 1.1.2 Combination of Delivery Accessories ....................1- 2 1.1.3 System Configuration with Printing/Transmission Accessories ............1- 4 1.1.4 Functions of Printing/Transmission Accessories ................1- 4 1.2 Product Specifications ...........................
  • Page 22: System Construction

    Chapter 1 1.1 System Construction 1.1.1 System Configuration with Input/Output Accessories 0010-6823 The following shows a typical system configuration: [12] [14] [10] [11] [15] [13] [16] [18] [17] F-1-1 [1] DADF-Q1/M1 (standard) [2] Finisher-V1 [3] Saddle Finisher-V2 [4] Document Insertion Unit-C1 [5] Paper Folding Unit-D1 [6] Punch Unit-U1/V1/W1/X1 [7] High Capacity Stacker-A1...
  • Page 23: Combination Of Delivery Accessories

    Chapter 1 1.1.2 Combination of Delivery Accessories 0011-5553 3 Possible Combinations 1. Main Unit + Finisher F-1-2 [A] Professional Puncher (outside Japan) [D] Finisher [B] Paper Folding Unit Insertion Unit [C] Punch Unit Booklet Trimmer * Either a professional puncher or a punch unit may be used. * A trimmer must be used in combination with a saddle finisher.
  • Page 24 Chapter 1 3. Main Unit + High Capacity Stacker + Finisher F-1-4 [A] High Capacity Stacker Finisher [B] Professional Puncher (outside Japan) Insertion Unit [C] Paper Folding Unit [G] Booklet Trimmer [D] Punch Unit * Either a professional puncher or a punch unit may be used. * A trimmer must be used in combination with a saddle finisher.
  • Page 25: System Configuration With Printing/transmission Accessories

    Chapter 1 1.1.3 System Configuration with Printing/Transmission Accessories 0011-4262 The following is a diagram of the system configuration: [10] [11] [12] F-1-5 Multi-PDL Printer Kit-H1 (Boot) Expansion Bus-D1 Security Expansion Board-F1 iR Security Kit-A2 (license certificate) Univrsal Send Kit-E1 (license certificate) Universal Send Enhancement Kit-C1 (license certificate) Encrypted Printing Software-A3 (license certificate) Web Access Software-C1 (license certificate)
  • Page 26: Product Specifications

    Chapter 1 1.2 Product Specifications 1.2.1 Names of Parts 1.2.1.1 External View 0010-7405 [20] [21] [22] [19] [30] [23] [18] [17] [29] [16] [24] [10] [15] [28] [11] [14] [25] [13] [12] [27] [26] F-1-6 [16] Left deck Control panel [17] Front cover Reader right cover...
  • Page 27: Cross Section

    Chapter 1 1.2.1.2 Cross Section 0010-7406 [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [44] [43] [14] [15] [16] [17] [42] [41] [18] [19] [40] [20] [21] [22] [23] [24] [25] [39] [26] [38] [37] [36] [27] [28] [29] [30] [35] [31] [32] [33] [34]...
  • Page 28: Using The Machine

    Chapter 1 1.2.2 Using the Machine 1.2.2.1 Power Switch 0010-7408 The machine is equipped with 2 switches: main power switch and control panel power switch. The ma- chine goes on when the main power switch is turned on. To end power save mode, low power mode, or sleep mode, turn on the control panel power switch.
  • Page 29: Points To Note About Turning Off The Main Power Switch

    Chapter 1 1.2.2.2 Points to Note About Turning Off the Main Power Switch 0010-7409 Points to Note When Turning Off the Main Power Switch Before turning off the main power switch, be sure to hold down the control panel power switch for 3 sec or more and go through the shut-down sequence while keeping the following in mind: 1.
  • Page 30: Control Panel

    Chapter 1 1.2.2.3 Control Panel 0010-7410 [3] [4] [5] [6] [10] [11] [15] [14] [13] [12] F-1-11 Processing/data indicator Clear key Error indicator [10] ID key Help key [11] Main power indicator Counter Check key [12] Stop key Additional functions key [13] Start key Energy save key [14] Reset key...
  • Page 31 Chapter 1 Item Settings Inch Entry ON*1/OFF Drawer Eligibility For APS/ Copy, Printer, Mail Box, Receive, Other: (Stack Bypass: On/Off*1, All Other Paper Sources: On*1/Off) Copy: Consider Paper Type: On/Off*1 Register Paper Type Paper Drawers 1 and 2 and Paper Deck-W1 or Paper Deck-X1: Plain*1, Recycled, Color, Letterhead, Bond, 3-Hole Punch, Heavy Paper Drawers 3 and 4: Plain*1, Recycled, Color, Letterhead, Bond, 3-Hole Punch, Heavy, Tab Paper...
  • Page 32 Chapter 1 Item Settings Standard Local Print Paper Select: Auto*1, All Paper Sources Settings Copies: 1*1 to 9,999 sets Finishing: If the Optional Finisher-V1 or Saddle Finisher-V2 Attached: Do Not Collate, Collate, Offset Collate*1, Group, Staple (Corner: Top Left, Bottom Left, Top Right, Bottom Right) (Double: Left, Right) If the Optional Punch Unit-V1 Is Attached to the Optional Finisher-V1 or Saddle Finisher-V2:...
  • Page 33: Timer Settings

    Chapter 1 Item Settings Reversed Display (Color) ON/OFF*1 Offset Jobs*2 ON*1/OFF Job Separator between Jobs ON/OFF*1 Job Separator between ON/OFF*1 Copies Number of Copies/Wait ON*1/OFF Time Status Display Register Sizes for Side Paper A3/A4/A4R/B4/B5/11"X17"/LGL/LTR/LTRR Deck*2 Different Paper Sizes for the ON*1/OFF Output Tray*2 Cleaning Display for the...
  • Page 34: Adjustment/cleaning

    Chapter 1 1.2.3.3 Adjustment/Cleaning 0010-7414 *1 Indicates the default setting. *2 Indicates items that appear only when the appropriate optional equipment is attached. T-1-5 Item Setting Zoom Fine Adjustment X/Y: -1.0% to +1.0% in 0.1% increments; 0.0%*1 Saddle Stitch Position Adjustment*2 All paper size: -2.0 mm to +2.0 mm, in 0.25 mm increments;...
  • Page 35: Report Settings

    Chapter 1 1.2.3.4 Report Settings 0010-7415 *1 Indicates the default setting. *2 Indicates items that appear only when the appropriate optional equipment is attached. *4 The Activity Report does not appear when the optional iR Security Kit is activated. T-1-6 Item Setting Settings: Send*2...
  • Page 36 Chapter 1 Item Setting Device Information Settings Device Name: 32 maximum Location: 32 maximum Network Settings*2 Forwarding Settings*2 Validate/Invalidate, Register, Forward w/o Conditions E-mail Priority, Edit, Erase, Print List Clear Message Board Clear Auto Online/Offline Auto Online: On, Off*1 Auto Offline: On, Off*1 Date &...
  • Page 37: Copy Settings

    Chapter 1 Item Setting Forced Secure Watermark Copy: Mode*2 Do Not Set*1, Set Watermark: (COPY, INVALID, CONFIDENTIAL, FILE COPY, TOP SECRET, Create: Enter, Register) Date: Select the date format. Copy Set Numbering: 1 to 9,999; 1*1 Serial Number: Print Dept. ID: Print Mail Box: Do Not Set*1, Set Watermark:...
  • Page 38: Communications Settings

    Chapter 1 1.2.3.7 Communications Settings 0010-7419 *1 Indicates the default setting. *2 Indicates items that appear only when the appropriate optional equipment is attached. T-1-9 Item Settings Common Settings: TX Settings Unit Name*2 24 characters maximum Erased Failed TX*2 On*1, Off Handle Documents with Forwarding Errors*2 Always Print, Store/Print, Off*1 Photo Mode*2 On, Off*1...
  • Page 39: Address Book Settings

    United Sates. The following shows the label used to certify compliance with the CDRH regulations, and laser products intended for sale in the US are required to bear this label. CANON 30-2, SHIMOMARUKO, 3-CHOME, OHTAKU, TOKYO, 146, JAPAN.
  • Page 40: Handling Of The Laser Assembly

    Chapter 1 1.2.4.3 Handling of the Laser Assembly 0010-7424 Take full care when servicing the area around the laser scanner system, as by avoiding bringing a reflective tool (e.g., screwdriver) into the laser path and removing watches and rings before starting the work. (These items are likely to reflect the laser light, and exposure to laser light can permanently damage the eye.) The machine uses red laser light, and its covers that possibly reflect the light are identified by an appro- priate label.
  • Page 41: Product Specifications

    Chapter 1 1.2.5 Product Specifications 1.2.5.1 Product Specifications 0010-6731 Body Console Copyboard Fixed Light source type Xenon lamp Lens type fixed array Photosensitive medium Amorphous silicon drum (108-mm dia.) Reproduction method indirect static charging Charging method by corona Exposure method by 4-beam laser Copy density adjustment Auto or manual...
  • Page 42 Chapter 1 Multifeeder tray capacity manual feeder tray: 50 sheets (80 g/m2 paper) Hard disk 40GB Non-image width (leading Direct/R-E: 4.0 + 1.5/-1.0 mm (when an ADF is used: 4.0 -/+1.8 mm/-1.4 mm) edge) Non-image width (trailing Direct/R-E: 2.5 -/+1.5 mm (when an ADF is used: 2.5 -/+1.8mm) edge) Non-image width (left/right) Direct/R-E: 2.5 -/+1.5 mm (when an ADF is used: 2.5 -/+1.8mm) Image margin (leading edge) Direct/R-E: 4.0 + 1.5/-1.0 mm (when an ADF is used: 4.0 -/+1.5/-1.0 mm)
  • Page 43: Function List

    Chapter 1 1.2.6 Function List 1.2.6.1 Print Speed 0010-7403 The value in brackets <> represents the iR7095. The value in brackets [] represents the iR7086. T-1-13 - AB Copies/min (1-to-N) Paper Enlargement/reduction Size size cassette/deck manual feeder Direct A3 (297 x 420 mm) A3 53 <50>...
  • Page 44: Paper Type

    Chapter 1 - Inch size Copies/min (1-to-N) Paper Enlargement/reduction Size size cassette/deck manual feeder Direct 279.4 x 431.8 mm 279.4 x 431.8 mm 53 <49> [43] 49 <46> [43] (11 x 17) (11 x 17) 105 <95> [86] 90 <90> [86] LTR (index sheet) LTR (index sheet) 95 <87>...
  • Page 45: Rds Specification

    Chapter 1 1.2.7 RDS Specification 1.2.7.1 Embedded RDS (e-RDS) 0011-6828 Product Overview Embedded RDS (hereafter, e-RDS) is a front-end module of e-Maintenance system built into the network module of the device controller. Product package composition/commodity composition It is built in the network module of the device. Feature It is built into the network module of the device controller, and the front-end module of e-Maintenance system is achieved without needing hardware other than the device.
  • Page 46: Chapter 2 Installation

    Chapter 2 Installation...
  • Page 47 Contents Contents 2.1 Making Pre-Checks ............................2- 1 2.1.1 Points to Note Before Starting the Installation Work................2- 1 2.1.2 Selecting the Site of Installation ......................2- 1 2.1.3 Installation Space ............................ 2- 3 2.1.4 Checking the Contents..........................2- 4 2.1.5 Order of Installing Accessories......................
  • Page 48: Making Pre-checks

    Chapter 2 2.1 Making Pre-Checks 2.1.1 Points to Note Before Starting the Installation Work 0010-8937 1) Moving a machine from a cold to warm place can cause condensation, in which drops of water form on metal surfaces, leading to image faults if used as they are. If the machine has just been brought from a cold place, leave it alone for 1 hr or more without unpacking so that it becomes used to the room temperature.
  • Page 49 Chapter 2 <Site Environment Classification> [A]: zone A; a site that satisfies all requirements imposed by quality standards. [B]: zone B; a site that may fail to satisfy some of the requirements imposed by quality standards as fully as a site in zone A. Some of the items may not be applicable to the site. [C]: zone C: a site free from concerns, malfunctions, and wrong indications that can affect safety, permitting normal machine operation.
  • Page 50: Installation Space

    Chapter 2 2.1.3 Installation Space 0011-6508 Diagram of the Work Space There must be enough space around the machine. The following diagram shows the minimum dimensions; whenever possible, be sure there will be more space than indicated: F-2-3 Trimmer PRO.Puncher Finisher/Saddle Finisher Host Machine Paper Folding Unit...
  • Page 51: Checking The Contents

    Chapter 2 2.1.4 Checking the Contents 0011-6914 [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [20] [21] [22] [23] [24] [25] [26] [27]* [28]** [29]** [30]** [31]* [33] [38] [39] [40] [41] [42] [43] [34] [35] [36] [37] [32]...
  • Page 52 Chapter 2 F-2-4 Control panel 1 pc. [23] Included Delivery Guide 1 pc. Arm unit 1 pc. [24] Cassette size label 2 pc. Control panel arm unit 1 pc. [25] Shut-down instructions label 1 pc. Arm cover 1 1 pc. [26] 3-hole paper placement label 1 pc.
  • Page 53: Order Of Installing Accessories

    Chapter 2 2.1.5 Order of Installing Accessories 0011-6504 If you are planning to install other accessories also, go through the following in the order indicated: 1. side paper deck [1] (See the Side Paper Deck Installation Procedure.) 2. high-capacity stacker [2] (See the high-Capacity Stacker Installation Procedure.) 3.
  • Page 54: Unpacking And Installation

    Chapter 2 2.2 Unpacking and Installation 2.2.2 Unpacking 0010-8941 1) Unpack the machine. Open the plastic bag. 2.2.1 Points to Note When Turning On/Off 2) Remove the grip cover (rear) [1] found on the the Main Power right side of the machine using a flat-blade 0011-4949 screwdriver, and shift up the grip [2] found at the rear.
  • Page 55 Chapter 2 5) Close the upper right cover. 8) Holding the grips (front, rear) on the pickup 6) Shift up the grip (front, rear) [1] found on the side of the machine, lift the machine slightly, left side of the machine. and remove the remaining pad and the plastic bag at the same time.
  • Page 56: Mounting The Scanner System

    Chapter 2 11) Remove the 2 pins [2] taped in place to the 15) Open the compartment cover [2] found slope plate [1]. behind the front cover, and put in the grip [3] Turn over the slope plate [1], and match the pin for storage.
  • Page 57: Mounting The Fixing Assembly

    Chapter 2 2.2.4 Mounting the Fixing Assembly 5) Remove the tape used to keep the tag in place, and open the delivery assembly [1]; then, 0010-8944 1) Open the front cover. remove the 2 fixing nip release screws [2] from 2) Shift the fixing transport assembly release the front and the rear.
  • Page 58 Chapter 2 3) While holding down the front and rear of the 5) Connect the connector of the transfer/ transfer/separation charging assembly [1], pull separation charging assembly, and mount the it by 1 cm toward the front; then, detach it fixing.
  • Page 59: Mounting The Charging Assembly

    Chapter 2 9) Remove the screw [1], and detach the pretrans- 12) With the lock released, slide in the pretransfer fer charging assembly cover [2]. charging assembly, and connect the connector. F-2-30 F-2-32 10) Disconnect the connector [1], and release the locking lever [3] of the pre-transfer charging - Check to make sure that the solvent is fully dry.
  • Page 60 Chapter 2 2) Remove the fixing [1] (1 screw [2]), and disconnect the connector [3]. F-2-34 3) While holding down the front and rear of the transfer separation charging assembly [1], pull F-2-36 it toward the front about 1 cm, and then detach 5) Connect the connector of the transfer toward the rear left in upward direction.
  • Page 61 Chapter 2 9) Disconnect the connector [1], and release the locking lever [2] of the primary charging assembly to remove the primary charging assembly [3]. Clean the primary charging wire and the grid wire using alcohol. F-2-41 12) Disconnect the connector [1], and release the locking lever [2] of the pre-transfer charging assembly;...
  • Page 62: Mounting The Developing Assembly

    Chapter 2 3) Holding the developing assembly [1] as shown, fit it in place in the machine. - Check to be sure that the solvent is fully dry. - Check to be sure that the one-way arm [1] of the pre-transfer charging assembly is on the When mounting the developing assembly, take eccentric cam [2].
  • Page 63 Chapter 2 9) Secure the pull-off unit in place with 2 screws (binding; M3X4) [1] in place, and push in the Check to be sure that the developing assembly pull-off unit until it is locked in place. locking plate is free of a gap and displacement, which are likely to cause image faults.
  • Page 64: Mounting The Pickup Assembly

    Chapter 2 12) Attach the connector cover [1]. - screw (RS tightening; M4X10) [2] F-2-56 6) Close the upper right cover and the lower right cover. 7) Close the front deck (right) and the cassette 3/ 8) Press the release button of the front deck (left), and slide out the deck.
  • Page 65 Chapter 2 2) Match the 2 bosses [3] of the arm cover 3 [2] 5) Adjust the control panel interface cable [1] so with the Control panel arm unit [1], and fix it in that the length [4] from the edge saddle [2] and place with a screw (binding;...
  • Page 66 Chapter 2 10) Hook the claw [1] of the arm unit on the hole [2] in the Control panel arm unit. When putting the arm cover 2 in place, be sure it is correctly oriented in relation to the plate [1]. F-2-68 11) Turn it in the direction of the arrow until the screw hole [1] of the arm unit matches the hole...
  • Page 67 Chapter 2 13) Fix the control panel interface cable [1] in 16) Fix the arm cover 1 in place from behind the place using the 3 wire saddles [2]. arm unit. - 2 screws (P tightening; M4x10) [1] Match the wire saddle at the rear and the marking [3].
  • Page 68 Chapter 2 18) Tighten the screw (flat-head; M4X10) [1] from behind the arm unit. Be sure to adjust the length of the cable [1] so that it is inside the plate [2]. F-2-81 F-2-78 MEMO: 19) Tighten the screw (W sems; M4X10) [1] from If the control panel is tilting, go through the fol- behind the control panel.
  • Page 69 Chapter 2 23) Mount the lock hinge cover R [1]. 26) Fit the Hinge slide cover [1] in the direction - 2 bosses [2] of the arrow. - 2 screws (P tightening; M3X10) [3] F-2-87 27) Fix the Hinge slide cover in place. - 2 screws (TP;...
  • Page 70: Supplying Toner

    Chapter 2 2.2.10 Supplying Toner 0010-8961 1) Open the hopper cover [1]. F-2-93 6) Shift the toner cartridge locking lever [1] to the right to lock it in place. F-2-90 2) Peel off the packing tape from the machine. 3) Shift the toner cartridge locking lever [1] to the left to release.
  • Page 71: Index Sheet Attachment

    Chapter 2 2.2.14 Other attachment and stops automatically. (At the end of the operation, the message "STOP!" appears.) 0010-8970 - Shut-Down Warning Label 5) End service mode. 1) Select the Shut-Down Warning label [1] of the appropriate language; then, attach it to the left of the main power switch of the machine's right Do not turn off the machine while the machine is cover (rear).
  • Page 72: Attaching The Labels, Placing Paper, And Checking Images And Operation (user Mode)

    Chapter 2 iR7086 Only <Lamp Warning Label> <Cleaning Position Label> 1) Fit the Lamp Warning Label [1] of the 1) Fit the Cleaning Position label [1] as indicated appropriate language on the upper rear cover as on the front cover, and attach it in place. indicated, and attach it over the existing label.
  • Page 73: Installation Procedure

    Chapter 2 4) Put paper in the front deck (right/left). ('7' for solid black; PG-TYPE7) 5) Close the front deck (right/left). Remove the 16) Press the Start key to generate a single solid appropriate size label (cassette/deck) from the black (A3) print. Check the output, and wait for backing paper, and attach it to the paper size about 5 sec.
  • Page 74: Adjusting The Horizontal Registration

    Chapter 2 2.2.17 Adjusting the Horizontal 5) Check to make sure that the horizontal registration value (L; left margin) of the image Registration made on paper from cassette 3/4 is 2.5 +/-1.5 0011-1257 <Cassette 3/4> 1) Press the release button of cassette 3/4, and slide out the cassette.
  • Page 75 Chapter 2 <Front Deck Left/Right> 5) Tighten the 4 screws you loosened in step 2). 1) Press the release button of the front deck (left/ 6) Put the front deck (left/right) back in place. right), and slide out the deck. 2) Loosen the 4 screws [1].
  • Page 76: Adjusting The Lead Edge Registration

    Chapter 2 2.2.18 Adjusting the Lead Edge Registration - Be sure there is no gap. 0011-3857 1) Make the following selections in service mode - Perform the foregoing steps if the user is going so that the image margin will be as indicated: to use AB series sheets only.
  • Page 77: Switching Over The Paper Size For The Front Deck (right, Left)

    Chapter 2 2.2.21 Switching Over the Paper Size for MEMO: the Front Deck (right, left) right deck: COPIER > OPTION > CST > P-SZ- 0010-8997 1) Press the front deck release button, and slide left deck: COPIER > OPTION > CST > P-SZ-C2 out the deck.
  • Page 78: Checking The Connection To The Network

    Chapter 2 2.3 Checking the Connection to the Network < 1/1 > <READY > <NETWORK> 2.3.1 Checking the Network Connections 0. 0. 0. 0 PING 0010-9001 Perform the following work only if the machine is connected to a network. 1) Go through the shut-down sequence to turn off the main power.
  • Page 79: Troubleshooting The Network

    Chapter 2 2.4 Troubleshooting the Network 2.5 Installing the Card Reader 2.4.1 Troubleshooting the Network 2.5.1 Checking the Contents 0010-9004 0010-9008 T-2-1 [1] Card reader unit 1 pc. Perform the following work only if the machine is connected to the network: [2] Screw (binding;...
  • Page 80 Chapter 2 4) Open the front cover. 8) Disconnect the 3 connectors [1]. 5) Slide out the fixing transport unit [1]. F-2-129 9) Remove the upper inside cover [1]. F-2-126 - 5 screws [2] 6) Remove the primary charging assembly front cover [1].
  • Page 81 Chapter 2 11) Remove the upper front cover unit lower cover [1]. - 8 screws [2] F-2-132 12) Remove the card reader base [1]. - screw [2] F-2-135 17) Remove the toothed screw [1] from the rear F-2-133 of the card reader base. 13) Remove the face plate [2] from the card Fix the grounding wire [2] in place using the reader base [1].
  • Page 82 Chapter 2 19) Mount the card reader base to the upper front 23) Mount the covers by going through the steps cover unit. used to remove them but only in reverse: - mount the upper inside cover. - connect the connector. - mount the process unit cover.
  • Page 83: Installing The Voice Guidance Kit

    Chapter 2 2.6 Installing the Voice Guidance Kit 2.6.1 Checking Items in the Package 0011-2709 Below are the items included in the Voice Guidance Kit packege. [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [10] [16] [17] F-2-141 Speaker unit (upper) 1 pc. Speaker unit (lower) 1 pc.
  • Page 84: Turning Off The Host Machine

    Chapter 2 2.6.2 Turning Off the Host Machine 2) Mount the facing plate [2] to the voice board [1] by 2 binding screws (M3X6) [3]. 0011-8636 Turning Off the Main Power When turning off the main power, be sure to go through the following in strict sequence to protect the machine's hard disk: [1] Hold down on the power switch on the...
  • Page 85 Chapter 2 Checking the slide switch SW1 on the voice Points to Note guidance board The Voice Guidance Kit [1] must be fitted in a specific slot. Be sure to use slot A of the Expan- The slide switch (SW1) on the Voice Guidance sion Bus-D1, avoiding slots B and C.
  • Page 86 Chapter 2 10) Remove a cord guide cover [1]. MEMO: The removed rubber caps will no longer be used. F-2-152 11) Peel off the release paper of cord guide [1] and affix them as shown in the figure. right side: 2 locations F-2-149 8) Attach the speaker unit (lower) [1] to the upper right cover of the machine using 2 screws...
  • Page 87 Chapter 2 12) Plug the cable [2] into the speaker unit [1]. 15) Mount the ferrite core [1] on the cable. The length [2] should be less than 50mm. F-2-155 F-2-158 13) Run the cable [1] through the cord guide [2] 16) Plug the cable [1] into the terminal [2] of and mount the cord guide cover [3].
  • Page 88: Chapter 3 Basic Operation

    Chapter 3 Basic Operation...
  • Page 89 Contents Contents 3.1 Construction..............................3- 1 3.1.1 Functional Construction .......................... 3- 1 3.1.2 Wiring Diagram of the Major PCBs....................... 3- 2 3.1.3 Controlling the Main Motor (M1)......................3- 3 3.2 Basic Sequence .............................. 3- 4 3.2.1 Basic Sequence of Operations (power-on)..................3- 4...
  • Page 90: Construction

    Chapter 3 3.1 Construction 3.1.1 Functional Construction 0010-7426 The copier is divided into the following five functional blocks - Original exposure system - Laser exposure system - Image formation system - Pickup/feeding system - Control system Original Original Optical path illumination CCD PCB DC controller...
  • Page 91: Wiring Diagram Of The Major Pcbs

    Chapter 3 3.1.2 Wiring Diagram of the Major PCBs 0010-7427 J552,J553 Fixing sensor PCB J4001 J4002 J6805 Liquid J551 crystal J9802 Transceiver CN902 display J107 panel J6802 Control panel J6803 J502 Potential CN901 CPU PCB control PCB Inverter J6804 J519 Stack-less transport J2117...
  • Page 92: Controlling The Main Motor (m1)

    Chapter 3 3.1.3 Controlling the Main Motor (M1) 0010-7428 Table shows the functions of the main motor control circuit, and Figure is a block diagram of the circuit. T-3-1 Item Description Power supply 38 V from the relay PCB. Drive signal Signals (MAIN_MOTOR_ON) from the DC controller PCB.
  • Page 93: Basic Sequence

    Chapter 3 3.2 Basic Sequence 3.2.1 Basic Sequence of Operations (power-on) 0010-7429 Main power switch ON Control panel power switch ON (outside Jpn: 193 deg C) (outside Jpn: 198 deg C) WMUP WMUPR STBY Scanner home position sensor PS1 Scanning lamp FL1 Scanner motor M4 Fixing main heater H1 Fixing sub heater H2...
  • Page 94: Chapter 4 Main Controller

    Chapter 4 Main Controller...
  • Page 95 Contents Contents 4.1 Construction..............................4- 1 4.1.1 Construction/Functions ........................... 4- 1 4.2 Construction of the Electrical Circuitry ......................4- 2 4.2.1 Main Controller PCB..........................4- 2 4.3 Start-Up Sequence ............................4- 3 4.3.1 Overview ..............................4- 3 4.3.2 Start-Up Sequence ..........................4- 3 4.3.3 Action to Take in Response to E602 ....................
  • Page 96: Construction

    Chapter 4 4.1 Construction 4.1.1 Construction/Functions 0010-7836 Component Description Main controller PCB controls the system; controls the memory; serves as an interface for printer/ reader inputs/outputs; processes images; controls the control panel; controls the network communications SRAM retains service mode settings and HDD management information (backed up by a lithium battery) DDR SDRAM temporarily stores image data;...
  • Page 97: Construction Of The Electrical Circuitry

    Chapter 4 4.2 Construction of the Electrical Circuitry 4.2.1 Main Controller PCB 0010-7844 The following diagram shows the connectors found on the main controller PCB, each connector with its specific function described in the table that follows: J1004 J1027 J1043 J1003 J1017 J1016...
  • Page 98: Start-up Sequence

    Chapter 4 4.3 Start-Up Sequence 4.3.1 Overview 0010-7846 The system software that controls the machine is stored on its HDD. When the main power is turned on, the CPU on the main controller PCB loads the system software from the HDD to the work memory (DDR-SDRAM) of the main controller PCB according to the instructions of the boot program stored in the boot ROM.
  • Page 99 Chapter 4 <Boot Program Area> - Boot Program (interval 1) When the main power switch is turned on, the CPU on the main controller PCB runs a self-diagnostic pro- gram. The machine checks the condition of the image memory (DDR-SDRAM) and the HDD, indicating an error code upon detection of a fault.
  • Page 100 Chapter 4 - When Executing the Control Program Image memory (DDR-SDRAM) System area Image data area Self Boot diagnostic program program Boot ROM Main controller PCB : access to the program at time of execution. F-4-6 When the start-up sequence ends normally, the machine becomes ready for a job. (It shows a control screen in the control panel, and causes the Start Key LED to change from red to green.)
  • Page 101: Action To Take In Response To E602

    Chapter 4 4.3.3 Action to Take in Response to E602 0011-1104 <E602-XXYY> XX= "00" T-4-1 XX YY Description Action to take The HDD cannot be - Turn off the power, and check the HDD cable. Thereafter, turn off the power. recognized.
  • Page 102 Chapter 4 XX= "01" to "FF" T-4-2 Occurrence Occurrence at during normal time of start-up execution Partition Description 00,0 10,12, 11,2 13,2 1,02, 14,22, 23,24 Action Action FSTDEV compressed image data (e.g., Box) IMG_MNG file management table, profile FSTCDEV job archiving (changing) APL_GEN general-purpose data TMP_GEN general-purpose data (temporary file) TMP_FAX not used...
  • Page 103 Chapter 4 Description Action - Enter CHK-TYPE in question (for the partition), and execute HD-CLEAR; then, turn off and then back on the power. - Replace the HDD, and reinstall the system software. The machine is designed so that execution of HD-CLEAR is not possible in service mode (so as to prevent loss of information, e.g., address book, filter information).
  • Page 104: Shut-down Sequence

    Chapter 4 4.4 Shut-Down Sequence 4.4.1 Flow of Operation 0010-7871 If the main power is turned off while the HDD is being accessed, the HDD can suffer damage. It is, there- fore, important to perform the shut-down sequence (HDD protection mode), which will stop the ongoing access to the HDD and enable the machine to be turned off safely.
  • Page 105: Configuration Of The Image Processing Modules

    Chapter 4 4.5.2 Configuration of the Image Processing Modules 0010-7873 The machine primarily uses the main controller PCB for image processing. The following shows the con- struction of the modules associated with image processing: Reader controller PCB - Image memory - Temporarily stores the program Reader input image processing block Executes image processing on image...
  • Page 106: Compression/expansion/editing Block

    Chapter 4 4.5.4 Compression/Expansion/Editing Block 0010-7875 PS print server unit Reader unit PS data I/F PCB Reader I/F PCB PCI PCB Ethernet I/F Main controller PCB Rendering block Reader input image processing block pression/expa nsion/editing block DDR-SDRAM Magnification Compression/expansion Rotation Resolution conversion Integration Printer output image processing block...
  • Page 107: Parts Replacement Procedure

    Chapter 4 4.6.1.2 Removing the Main Controller Box Parts Replacement Procedure 0011-4467 1) Disconnect the connector [1]. 4.6.1 Main Controller Box 4.6.1.1 Making Preparations 0010-8725 1) Remove the main controller box cover [1]. - 10 screws [2] F-4-14 2) Disconnect the connector [1], and free the cable from the edge saddle [2].
  • Page 108: Main Controller Pcb

    Chapter 4 4.6.2 Main Controller PCB 5) Open the main controller box [1]. - 4 screws [2] 4.6.2.1 Making Preparations 0011-4468 1) Remove the main controller box cover [1]. - 10 screws [2] F-4-18 6) Remove the main controller box [1]. - connector [2] - 2 hinges [3] F-4-20...
  • Page 109: Bootrom

    Chapter 4 4) Remove the reader I/F PCB [1]. 2) Remove the main controller PCB [1]. - 2 screws [2] - 9 screws [2] - 2 screws [3] (using a precision screwdriver) F-4-23 5) Disconnect the 4 connectors [1] of the video PCB.
  • Page 110 Chapter 4 T-4-3 MEMO: Image memory (DDR-SDRAM) The machine is equipped with the following im- Data item deleted Backup age memory: possibility capacity: 1 GB address data registered in the address quantity: 1 pc. book Use one of the 2 slots. There is no optional mem- settings made in user mode Yes *1 ory for expansion.
  • Page 111 Chapter 4 4.6.4 Boot ROM - for registered forms used in image synthesis, ask the user to newly enter them. 4.6.4.1 Making Preparations - for MEAP applications, ask the user to newly install them. 0011-4559 1) Remove the main controller box cover [1]. - for MEAP SMS (service management services) - 10 screws [2] passwords, access the following: http://<iR IP...
  • Page 112: Hdd

    Chapter 4 4.6.5 HDD 2) Remove the hard disk [1]. - 2 screws [2] 4.6.5.1 Points to Note on Handling the Hard Disk 0010-8740 Keep the following in mind when attaching/re- moving the hard disk. 1. Take countermeasures against electrostatic before work to prevent the hard disk from being damaged by electrostatic discharge.
  • Page 113: Video Pcb

    Chapter 4 2) Remove the rear cover [1]. MEMO: - reader power supply cable [2] Execution of the following may delete the keys/ - 8 screws [3] certificates used for encrypted communications and the CA certificates used for authentication of external server certificates: - replacement/formatting of the HDD - replacement of the main controller PCB/initial-...
  • Page 114: Reader I/f Pcb

    Chapter 4 3) Remove the shielding plate [1]. 2) Remove the rear cover [1]. - 4 screws [2] - reader power cable [2] - 8 screws [3] F-4-41 4) Remove the video PCB [1]. - 2 screws [2] - 6 screws [3] F-4-44 3) Disconnect the reader communications cable [1].
  • Page 115: Controller Fan

    Chapter 4 4.6.8 Controller Fan 4) Remove the rear right cover [1]. - 2 screws [2] 4.6.8.1 Making Preparations 0011-4567 1) Remove the main control box cover [1]. - 10 screws [2] F-4-50 4.6.8.2 Removing the Controller Fan 0010-8746 1) Disconnect the connector [1], and free the cable out the edge saddle [2].
  • Page 116: Chapter 5 Original Exposure System

    Chapter 5 Original Exposure System...
  • Page 117 Contents Contents 5.1 Construction..............................5- 1 5.1.1 Specifications, Controls, and Functions <iR7105/7095> ..............5- 1 5.1.2 Specifications, Controls, and Functions <iR7086> ................5- 2 5.1.3 Major Components <iR7105/7095>...................... 5- 2 5.1.4 Major Components <iR7086>........................ 5- 4 5.1.5 Construction of the Control System <iR7105/7095>................5- 5 5.1.6 Construction of the Control System <iR7086>..................
  • Page 118 Contents 5.3.6.9 Shading Correction ......................... 5- 23 5.4 Parts Replacement Procedure........................5- 24 5.4.1 CCD Unit ..............................5- 24 5.4.2 Copyboard glass ............................. 5- 24 5.4.3 Standard White Plate ..........................5- 26 5.4.4 Scanning Lamp ............................5- 26 5.4.5 Reader Controller PCB ..........................5- 29 5.4.6 Interface PCB ............................5- 31 5.4.7 Inverter PCB ............................5- 33 5.4.8 Scanner Motor............................
  • Page 119: Construction

    Chapter 5 5.1 Construction 5.1.1 Specifications, Controls, and Functions <iR7105/7095> 0010-7881 The specifications, controls, and functions of the machine's original exposure system are as follows: T-5-1 Item Description Scanning lamp xenon lamp Original scanning book mode: by moving the scanner ADF mode (one-side reading): by stream reading (2 fixed points of small-size reading and large-size reading) ADF mode (double-sided reading): by moving the scanner (Fixed reading)
  • Page 120: Specifications, Controls, And Functions

    Chapter 5 5.1.2 Specifications, Controls, and Functions <iR7086> 0011-1804 The specifications, controls, and functions of the machine's original exposure system are as follows: T-5-2 Item Description Scanning lamp xenon lamp Original scanning book mode: by moving the scanner ADF mode: by moving original Original reading 600 x 600 dpi (main scanning x sub scanning) resolution...
  • Page 121 Chapter 5 Scanner motor Original size sensor (inch) open/closed sensor Reader controller PCB Original size sensor (A/B) Reader cooling fan 2 Interface PCB Reader cooling fan 1 CCD unit Scanner Inverter PCB HP sensor Scanning lamp F-5-1 Home position Original Copyboard glass No.
  • Page 122: Major Components

    Chapter 5 5.1.4 Major Components <iR7086> 0011-1912 The major components of the original exposure system are as follows: T-5-4 Item Notation Description Scanning lamp xenon lamp (90,000 lx) Scanner motor M501 2-phase pulse motor (pulse control) Reader Cooling fan FM501 cools the reader block ADF open/closed sensor 1 PS501...
  • Page 123: Construction Of The Control System

    Chapter 5 Scanner motor Light-blocking plate Scanner HP sensor scanning (forward) lamp (reverse) No. 2 mirror base No. 1 mirror base F-5-6 5.1.5 Construction of the Control System <iR7105/7095> 0011-2197 The construction of the control system of the machine's original exposure system is as follows: To printer To printer To ADF...
  • Page 124: Construction Of The Control System

    Chapter 5 5.1.6 Construction of the Control System <iR7086> 0011-2198 The construction of the control system of the machine's original exposure system is as follows: To printer To printer To ADF Reader cooling fan Scanner motor J302 J303 J301 J306 J313 Interface PCB J305...
  • Page 125: Basic Sequence Of Operation In Response To A Press On The Start Key

    Chapter 5 5.2.3 Basic Sequence of Operation in Response to a Press on the Start Key <iR7105/7095> 0011-2182 Basic Sequence of Operation in Response to a Press on the Start Key (book mode; 1 original) Start key STBY SREADY SCFW SCRW STBY Forward...
  • Page 126: Various Control

    Chapter 5 5.3 Various Control 5.3.1 Controlling the Scanner Drive System 5.3.1.1 Overview 0010-7886 The following shows the components associated with the scanner drive system: Reader Interface controller Scanner motor Light-blocking plate (forward) Scanning lamp (reverse) Scanner HP sensor No.2 mirror No.1 mirror base base F-5-15...
  • Page 127: Controlling The Scanner Motor

    Chapter 5 Start position Image leading edge Image end Stop Acceleration Constant speed Deceleration Shift distance [1] acceleration interval: accelerates to scanning speed. [2] run-up interval: servers as a margin to ensure stable speed [3] image read interval: reads the image at a specific speed [4] deceleration interval: decelerates at the end of the image and stops.
  • Page 128: Enlargement/reduction

    Chapter 5 Start Image leading edge Image trailing edge position Stop Acceleration Constant speed Deceleration Shift speed Shift distance [1] Acceleration interval: accelerates up to scan speed [2] Run-up interval: run-up margin used to ensure stable speed [3] Image read interval: segment over which images are read [4] Deceleration interval: at the image trailing edge, decelerates and stops as soon as possible F-5-19 ERROR CODE:...
  • Page 129: Controlling The Scanning Lamp

    Chapter 5 5.3.3 Controlling the Scanning Lamp 5.3.3.1 Overview <iR7105/7095> 0010-7891 The following shows the items of control and the components of the control system associated with the activation of the scanning lamp: 1) Controlling the Activation The machine turns on or off the scanning lamp using the drive signal (XE-ON) generated by the CPU on the reader controller PCB.
  • Page 130: Scanning Lamp

    Chapter 5 5.3.3.3 Scanning Lamp 0010-7894 The machine's scanning lamp is a xenon lamp consisting of a tube in which xenon gas is sealed. On the inner side of the glass tube are 2 electrodes running parallel to the tube axis, while the inner side is coated with fluorescent material.
  • Page 131 Chapter 5 1. Checking the Presence/Absence of an Original at 2 Points (individual points of detection) For main scanning direction, the machine identifies the presence/absence of an original with reference to the CCD output at 2 points (nearest). Original size border line Near 13-mm point 1A = additional...
  • Page 132: Overview Of Operation

    Chapter 5 5.3.4.3 Overview of Operation <iR7105/7095> 0010-7900 1. In a Wait State No. 1 mirror base: at shading position scanning lamp: off original sensor Scanning lamp Original sensor Point of detection 1 Point of detection 2 Platen Point of detection 3 glass Reader unit Point of detection 4...
  • Page 133: Overview Of Operation

    Chapter 5 4. ADF Fully Closed (8 deg or less) No. 1 mirror base: at point of original detection scanning lamp: on original sensor: original detection operation The machine looks for a change in the output level of individual sensors for a period of 2 sec after the ADF open/closed sensor (ADF) has identified the current state as being "closed."...
  • Page 134 Chapter 5 2. ADF Being Opened No.1 mirror base: moves to a specific point of original detection scanning lamp: off original sensor: off (external light) F-5-33 3. ADF Being Closed No. 1 mirror base: at point of original detection scanning lamp: off -> on original sensor: original detection operation - When the ADF is at 25 deg or lower, the external light within the width of any original is kept out of external light, thus causing the machine to assume the absence of an original at points of external light...
  • Page 135: Dirt Sensor Control

    Chapter 5 5. In a Wait State (for a press on the Start key) No.1 mirror base: at point of original detection scanning lamp: off original sensor: off F-5-36 AB-Configuration Inch-configuration CCD point CCD point Original Original of detection of detection Original Original size...
  • Page 136: Dust Detection In Stream Reading Mode

    Chapter 5 Advise the user to clean the area where the CCD stops in stream reading if the message has appeared. A label indicating the points for stream reading (for small-size and large-size) is attached to the rear of the copyboard glass.
  • Page 137: White Plate Dust Detection Control

    Chapter 5 Advise the user to clean the area where the CCD stops in stream reading if the message has appeared. SERVICE MODE: COPIER>OPTION>BODY>DFDST-L1 (level 1) use it to adjust dust detection level between sheets COPIER>OPTION>BODY>DFDST-L2 (level 1) use it to adjust dust detection level at the end of a job 5.3.5.3 White Plate Dust Detection Control 0011-2231 The white plate can collect stray dust inside the reader unit, causing lines in images, and the machine is...
  • Page 138: Image Processing

    Chapter 5 5.3.6 Image Processing 5.3.6.1 Overview <iR7105/7095> 0011-2241 The PCBs used in the image processing system have the following functions: CDD/AP PCB: CCD drive, analog image processing, A/D conversion Reader controller PCB: shading correction, image data conversion (4 channels -> 2 channels) Analog image processing block distal image processing block Reader controller PCB...
  • Page 139: Overview

    Chapter 5 2. Digital Image Processing - shading correction Reader controller PCB J102 J208 EEP-ROM Gain correction data Target value SRAM CCD/AP J101 J204 J202 Shading correction 8bit 20bit 8bit 20bit F-5-45 [1] 1st-half digital image signal [2] 2nd-half digital image signal 5.3.6.2 Overview <iR7086>...
  • Page 140: Ccd Drive

    Chapter 5 2. Digital Image Processing - shading correction Reader controller PCB J101 J204 Gain correction EEP-ROM data Target value SRAM CCD/AP J205 J102 J203 Digital image Digital image signal signal Shading correction F-5-48 5.3.6.3 CCD Drive <iR7105/7095> 0011-2249 1. CCD The CCD used in the machine is a 1-line linear image sensor.
  • Page 141: Ccd Output Gain Correction, Offset Correction

    Chapter 5 5.3.6.5 CCD Output Gain Correction, Offset Correction 0011-2257 The machine processes the analog video signals from the CCD so that the rate of their amplitude is a spe- cific level. The machine also makes sure that the output voltage in the absence of incident light is of a spe- cific level (offset correction).
  • Page 142: Parts Replacement Procedure

    Chapter 5 5.4.1.4 When Replacing Components of Parts Replacement Procedure the Scanning System <iR7086> 0011-8735 5.4.1 CCD Unit <Components> CCD unit, copyboard glass, stream reading glass, 5.4.1.1 Before Starting the Work scanning lamp, inverter PCB <Procedure> 0011-8094 1) Remove the copyboard glass. Execute the following service mode items: 2) Remove the CCD unit cover [1].
  • Page 143 Chapter 5 2) Remove the stream reading glass [1]. - 2 screws [2] - stream reading glass retainer [3] F-5-56 When removing the stream reading glass retainer, be sure to take care so that the leaf spring will not come off. - When mounting the stream reading glass retainer, be sure to hold down both sides of the F-5-58...
  • Page 144: Standard White Plate

    Chapter 5 5.4.3 Standard White Plate 5.4.4 Scanning Lamp 5.4.3.1 Removing the Standard White 5.4.4.1 Before Starting the Work <iR7105/ Plate <iR7105/7095> 7095> 0011-8033 0011-8535 1) Remove the 2 small covers [1]. (Use a 1) Remove the copyboard glass. precision screwdriver to release the claw.) 2) Remove the hopper upper cover.
  • Page 145 Chapter 5 5.4.4.2 Before Starting the Work 11) Remove the reader rear cover [1]. - 2 connectors [2] <iR7086> - 5 screws [3] 0011-8098 1) Remove the copyboard glass. 2) Remove the hopper upper cover. 3) Remove the reader right cover [1]. F-5-67 4) Remove the reader right plate [1].
  • Page 146 Chapter 5 5.4.4.3 Removing the Scanning Lamp 9) Disconnect the 3 connectors [1] at the rear. 0011-7971 1) Disconnect the connector [1], and free the cable [2] from the cable guide [3] and the snap band [4]. 2) Open the ferrite core [5] to detach. (100/230V machine) F-5-71 10) Remove the upper rear cover [1].
  • Page 147: Reader Controller Pcb

    Chapter 5 5.4.5 Reader Controller PCB 4) Remove the 2 screws [1], and detach the scanning lamp [2]. 5.4.5.1 Before Starting the Work 0011-8109 1) Remove the copyboard glass. 2) Remove the CCD unit cover [1]. - 9 screws [2] F-5-78 F-5-77 3) Remove the original size sensor unit.
  • Page 148 Chapter 5 5.4.5.4 After Replacing the Reader How to Disconnect the Flat Cable Controller PCB <iR7086> Slide the locking lever [1] in the direction of the 0011-8741 arrow to release; then, detach the flat cable [2]. Before Starting the Work (backing up the data) If possible, perform the following: - Using the SST, download the data stored in the...
  • Page 149: Interface Pcb

    Chapter 5 settings and execute appropriate adjustment 2) Remove the interface PCB [1]. items. - connectors/flat cables on PCB - 7 screws [2] - 2 screws [3] 5.4.6 Interface PCB 5.4.6.1 Before Starting the Work <iR7105/ 7095> 0011-8651 1) Remove the reader rear cover [1]. - 2 connectors [2] - 5 screws [3] F-5-83...
  • Page 150 Chapter 5 2) Remove the upper rear cover [1]. 2) Disconnect the 7 connectors [1] and the 2 flat - 3 screws [2] cables [2], and remove the 5 screws; then, detach the interface PCB unit [4]. F-5-86 F-5-90 3) Remove the reader rear cover [1]. - 5 screws [2] How to Disconnect the Flat Cable Slide the locking lever [1] in the direction of the...
  • Page 151: Inverter Pcb

    Chapter 5 5.4.7 Inverter PCB 5.4.7.4 When Replacing Components of the Scanning System <iR7086> 5.4.7.1 Before Starting the Work 0011-8739 <Components> 0011-8112 1) Remove the copyboard glass. CCD unit, copyboard glass, stream reading glass, 2) Remove the CCD unit cover [1]. scanning lamp, inverter PCB - 9 screws [2] <Procedure>...
  • Page 152 Chapter 5 3) Remove the reader rear cover [1]. 3) Shift the scanner motor [1] in the direction of - 5 screws [2] the arrow to detach. - 2 springs [2] - 3 screws [3] F-5-97 F-5-101 5.4.8.4 Mounting the Scanner Motor 0011-7978 When mounting the scanner motor, check to be sure that the timing belt [3] is properly fitted to...
  • Page 153: Adf Open/close Sensor

    Chapter 5 5.4.9 ADF Open/Close Sensor 3) Remove the reader rear cover [1]. - 5 screws [2] 5.4.9.1 Before Starting the Work <iR7105/ 7095> 0011-8671 1) Remove the reader rear cover. 2) Remove the reader upper rear cover. 3) Remove the interface PCB cover. 5.4.9.2 Removing the ADF Open/Closed Sensor <iR7105/7095>...
  • Page 154: Original Size Sensor

    Chapter 5 5.4.10.2 Removing the Original Size 2) Remove the 4 screws [1], and detach the reinforcing plate [2]. Sensor Unit 0011-7967 1) Remove the 3 screws [1], and shift the original size detection unit [2]. F-5-113 F-5-110 2) Disconnect the connector [1], and detach the 3) Remove the hook, and detach the ADF open/ original size sensor unit [2].
  • Page 155: Scanner Home Position Sensor

    Chapter 5 5.4.11 Scanner Home Position Sensor 5.4.11.2 Removing the Scanner Home Position Sensor <iR7105/7095> 5.4.11.1 Before Starting the Work 0011-8645 1) Remove the reader rear cover (small) [1]. <iR7105/7095> - 1 screw [2] 0011-8629 1) Remove the reader rear cover [1]. 2) Remove the plate [3].
  • Page 156 Chapter 5 5.4.11.3 Before Starting the Work 5.4.11.4 Removing the Scanner Home <iR7086> Position Sensor <iR7086> 0011-8117 0011-7981 1) Disconnect the 3 connectors [1]. 1) Remove the 4 screws [1], and detach the plate [2]. F-5-122 2) Remove the upper rear cover [1]. - 3 screws [2] F-5-126 2) Remove the screw [1], and detach the sensor...
  • Page 157: Cooling Fan

    Chapter 5 4) Remove the hook [1], and detach the home 2) Remove the fan inside cover [1]. position sensor [2]. - 4 screws [2] F-5-132 F-5-129 3) Remove the scanner motor cooling fan [1]. 5.4.12 Cooling Fan - 1 connector [2] - 2 screws [3] 5.4.12.1 Before Starting the Work <iR7105/7095>...
  • Page 158: Scanner Drive Cable

    Chapter 5 5.4.12.3 Before Starting the Work 5.4.12.4 Removing the Reader Cooling <iR7086> Fan <iR7086> 0011-8146 0011-9313 1) Disconnect the 3 connectors [1]. 1) Open the wire saddle [1], and disconnect the connector [2]. 2) Remove the 2 screws [3], and detach the cooling fan [4].
  • Page 159 Chapter 5 13) Shift the reader power supply cover to the 18) Remove the ADF left hinge base [1]. front. - 7 screws [2] 14) Remove the ADF right hinge base [1]. - 7 screws [2] F-5-145 F-5-142 5.4.13.2 Before Starting the Work 15) Remove the 4 screws [1], and shift the ADF <iR7086>...
  • Page 160 Chapter 5 5) Remove the reader left cover [1]. 9) Remove the reader rear cover [1]. - 2 screws [2] - 5 screws [2] F-5-148 6) Remove the reader front cover [1]. - 1 screw [2] F-5-152 F-5-153 10) Remove the ADF. F-5-149 7) Disconnect the 3 connectors [1] at the rear.
  • Page 161 Chapter 5 12) Remove the screw [1], and detach the ADF 19) Free the harness from the wire saddle [1], and screw left cover [2]. remove the 6 screws [2]; then, detach the motor support plate [3]. F-5-156 13) Remove the 2 screws [1], and detach the F-5-159 stream reading glass retainer [2].
  • Page 162 Chapter 5 22) Remove the 5 screws [1], and slide out the 2) Remove the 2 cable fixing screws [2] of the ADF open/closed sensor base [2] to the front. No. 1 mirror base [1]. 3) Remove the cable fixing screws [3]. 4) Free the 2 hooks [4] of the cable from the right side of the reader unit frame.
  • Page 163 Chapter 5 5.4.13.4 Fitting the Scanner Drive Cable 0011-7983 1) Put the ball of the cable into the hole of the drive pulley [1], and wind the cable (4 times inside; 5 times outside); then, tape it in place. At this time, make sure that the cable fixing [2] is on the inside.
  • Page 164 Chapter 5 5.4.13.5 Adjusting the Position of the No. 3) Fit the pins of the mirror positioning tool (front [2]; rear [3]) into the appropriate holes of the 1/No. 2 Mirror Base No. 1/No. 2 mirror base). 0011-9470 1) Arrange the mirror positioning tool (FY9- 3009-040) so that it is ready for use in the machine (by changing the pin position;...
  • Page 165: Chapter 6 Laser Exposure

    Chapter 6 Laser Exposure...
  • Page 166 Contents Contents 6.1 Construction..............................6- 1 6.1.1 Outline of the Laser Exposure System....................6- 1 6.2 Basic Sequence .............................. 6- 3 6.2.1 Basic Sequence of Operations (laser exposure system) ..............6- 3 6.3 Various Controls ............................. 6- 3 6.3.1 Controlling the Laser Activation Timing ....................6- 3 6.3.1.1 Turning On and Off the Laser Unit....................
  • Page 167: Construction

    Chapter 6 6.1 Construction 6.1.1 Outline of the Laser Exposure System 0010-8009 The laser exposure system consists of a laser unit (source of laser beams) and a polygon mirror. It scans the photosensitive drum (main scanning direction) to create a latent static image. It is a 4-laser mechanism (laser A, laser B, laserC, laserD).
  • Page 168 Chapter 6 Drum LaserA LaserB LaserC 1.3mm LaserD LaserB LaserA LaserD LaserC F-6-1 T-6-5 Item Description Laser unit emits laser light. Polygon mirror scans laser light in main scanning direction. BD mirror reflects laser light, directing it to the BD PCB. BD PCB generates the BD signal.
  • Page 169: Basic Sequence

    Chapter 6 6.2 Basic Sequence 6.2.1 Basic Sequence of Operations (laser exposure system) 0010-8010 When the surface temperature of the fixing roller reaches 198 deg C, full-speed rotation. Image lead edge in page memory (for potential control) Control panel power switch ON Copy Start key ON INTR PSTBY...
  • Page 170: Flow Of The Bd Signal

    Chapter 6 6.3.1.2 Flow of the BD Signal 0010-8012 Generates the printer Executes read operation based When laser light sync signal based on on this sync signal. is detected, '0'. CLK-B. J3701 J1319 J1406 Sync J1317 BD PCB signal generation Memory control J1312...
  • Page 171: Controlling The Intensity Of Laser Light

    Chapter 6 6.3.2 Controlling the Intensity of Laser Light 6.3.2.1 APC Control 0010-8029 The machine uses APC control to make sure that the intensity of laser light remains at a specific level by controlling the output of the laser diode of the laser driver. For the control, the machine causes the Video controller to send the laser control signal (CTL0a, CTL1a, CTL2a, CTL0b, CTL1b, CTL2b) to the laser drive IC on the laser driver PCB.
  • Page 172: Controlling The Laser Scanner Motor

    Chapter 6 6.3.3 Controlling the Laser Scanner Motor 6.3.3.1 Outline 0010-8032 The machine controls the laser scanner motor so that the motor rotates at a specific speed using its motor speed control mechanism and reference signal generation mechanism found inside the Video controller PCB.
  • Page 173: Controlling The Laser Shutter

    Chapter 6 6.3.4 Controlling the Laser Shutter 6.3.4.1 Controlling the Laser Shutter 0011-2631 The machine is equipped with a mechanism to protect against exposure of its inside by laser light when the primary changing assembly front cover is opened. When the primary changing assembly front cover is opened, the protrusion attached to the cover releases the laser shutter, causing the laser shutter to close so that the laser path is closed.
  • Page 174: Parts Replacement Procedure

    Chapter 6 Parts Replacement Procedure 6.4.1 Laser Scanner Unit 6.4.1.1 Before Starting the Work 0011-7559 1) Remove the manual feed pull-off roller unit. 2) Remove the developing assembly locking plate. 3) Remove the developing assembly. 4) Remove the sub hopper unit. 6.4.1.2 Removing the Laser Scanner Unit 0010-8803 1) Disconnect all connectors [1], and detach the 2...
  • Page 175: Chapter 7 Image Formation

    Chapter 7 Image Formation...
  • Page 176 Contents Contents 7.1 Construction..............................7- 1 7.1.1 Outline ............................... 7- 1 7.1.2 Major Components ..........................7- 1 7.1.3 Pre-Transfer Exposure LED........................7- 2 7.2 Image Formation Process ..........................7- 2 7.2.1 Overview ..............................7- 2 7.3 Basic Sequence .............................. 7- 3 7.3.1 Basic Sequence ............................
  • Page 177 Contents 7.8.2.1 Outline...............................7- 29 7.8.2.2 Controlling the Output to Suit the Environment (fuzzy control)..........7- 30 7.8.2.3 Correcting the Output at the Trailing Edge of Paper ..............7- 30 7.8.2.4 Transfer Charging Assembly Cleaning Mechanism ..............7- 31 7.8.2.5 Others ...............................7- 32 7.9 Separation Mechanism ..........................7- 33 7.9.1 Separation Charging Mechanism......................
  • Page 178: Construction

    Chapter 7 7.1 Construction 7.1.1 Outline 0010-8034 The image formation system has the following principal functions: T-7-1 Item Description Pre-exposure LED array (64 LEDs) on/off control Primary charging control DC constant current control: switched over 3 settings in service mode Grid bias control DC constant voltage control: determined by potential control Developing bias control...
  • Page 179: Pre-transfer Exposure Led

    Chapter 7 7.1.3 Pre-Transfer Exposure LED 0010-8037 The machine's processing speed is set to 500 mm/sec, thus enabling 105 prints/min (A4, 100%; iR7105). To make up for a drop in charging, the machine uses a photosensitive drum capable of a high charging efficiency and a pre-exposure lamp emitting light of a short wave length (660 mm).
  • Page 180: Basic Sequence

    Chapter 7 7.3 Basic Sequence 7.3.1 Basic Sequence 0010-8038 WMUP WMUPR STBY 100msec F-7-3...
  • Page 181: Potential Control

    Chapter 7 7.4 Potential Control 7.4.1 Outline 0010-8039 The potential control system is associated with the following control items: [1] Determination of optimum grid bias (VD control) [2] Determination of optimum laser output (VL control) [3] Determination of optimum developing bias (DC; Vdc control) The following shows the construction of the control system associated with the machine's potential con- trol: Laser light...
  • Page 182: Basics Sequence Of Operations

    Chapter 7 7.4.2 Basics Sequence of Operations 0010-8040 The following shows the basic sequence of operations and timing of operations associated with the ma- chine's control system: Performs a series of charging operations to stabilize the drum potential. Uses the potential control mechanism that is used when the main power switch is turned on.
  • Page 183: Determining The Optimum Grid Bias

    Chapter 7 7.4.3 Determining the Optimum Grid Bias 0010-8041 The grid bias is determined so that the drum surface potential will be identical to the target potential. (The primary charging bias is set to a fixed value.) Measurements are taken multiple times to determine the relationship between the drum surface potential (VD) and the grid bias.
  • Page 184: Determining The Optimum Laser Output

    Chapter 7 7.4.5 Determining the Optimum Laser Output 0010-8043 The machine determines the optimum laser output so that the drum surface potential (light area potential VL) is identical to the target potential. The machine takes measurements multiple times to determine the relationship between the drum surface potential (VL) and the laser output.
  • Page 185: Determining The Optimum Developing Bias

    Chapter 7 7.4.7 Determining the Optimum Developing Bias 0010-8045 The machine uses the optimum drum surface potential (VD) to compute the optimum developing bias (Vdc). Potential sensor Photosensitive drum Developing The machine uses this VD cylinder to compute Vdc. Vdc = VD - Vback(130V) WMUP WMUPR STBY...
  • Page 186: Potential Control For Transparency Mode

    Chapter 7 7.4.8 Potential Control for Transparency Mode 0010-8046 To prevent detachment of toner in high-density areas of a transparency print, the machine decreases the contrast to reduce the toner deposit. To that end, the machine executes potential control for transparency mode, thus determining the target value for transparency mode.
  • Page 187: Target Potential Correction In Each Mode

    Chapter 7 7.4.9 Target Potential Correction in Each Mode 0010-8048 For the following, the machine corrects the laser power/developing bias determined as part of potential control, using the result as the target value for the individual modes: T-7-2 Purpose Correction Density adjustment To enable reproduction of fine lines suited to Corrects the laser power/developing bias...
  • Page 188 Chapter 7 2. Adjustment of Density During Printing (scanner input) Laser power Vdc correction correction value value Lighter -20V Density +40V Darker Corrects the laser power/Vdc to suit the F value setting. Potential control sequence started WMUPR STBY WMUP Potential sensor Laser Grid bias Selected potential...
  • Page 189: Charging Mechanism

    Chapter 7 7.5 Charging Mechanism 7.5.1 Primary Charging Mechanism 7.5.1.1 Outline 0010-8049 The primary charging mechanism is controlled for the following: [1] primary charging bias constant current control [2] grid bias constant voltage control The following shows the construction of the system that relates to primary charging control: The primary charging bias varies as follows in keeping with the potential of PR-CNT: 1600 A...
  • Page 190: Primary Charging Assembly Cleaning Mechanism

    Chapter 7 7.5.1.2 Primary Charging Assembly Cleaning Mechanism 0010-8051 When '1', the wire cleaner moves toward the front. J502A When '1', the wire cleaner moves toward the rear. PRIMARY_W.C_FW PRIMARY_W.C_BK Wire Primary charging wire cleaning motor M8 Wire cleaner Primary charging assembly F-7-18 Reference: Timing of Cleaning Operation...
  • Page 191: Dust-collecting Roller Bias

    Chapter 7 7.5.2 Dust-Collecting Roller Bias 7.5.2.1 Outline 0010-8053 The following is associated with the dust-colleting roller bias control system: [1] enabling/disabling the dust-collecting roller bias The following shows the construction of the control system that relates to the dust-collecting roller bias: Relay PCB When '1', high-voltage output is ready.
  • Page 192: Pre-transfer Charging Mechanism

    Chapter 7 7.5.3 Pre-Transfer Charging Mechanism 7.5.3.1 Outline 0010-8054 The following items are associated with the pre-transfer charging control system: [1] DC bias constant current control [2] AC bias constant voltage control [3] output control suited to environment (fuzzy control) The following shows the components related to the pre-transfer charging control system: The current value of the pre-transfer bias varies as follows according to the potential of PTDC-CNT:...
  • Page 193: Controlling The Output To Suit The Environment (fuzzy Control)

    Chapter 7 7.5.3.2 Controlling the Output to Suit the Environment (fuzzy control) 0010-8055 The pre-transfer charging current is optimized to suit the environment (as determined based on the read- ings of the environment sensor). 165 A Low humidity High humidity F-7-21 Related Service Mode Item: - COPIER>...
  • Page 194: Others

    Chapter 7 Reference: Timing of Cleaning [1] if the surface temperature of the fixing roller is 100 deg C or less when the control panel power switch is turned on. [2] when wire cleaning is executed in user mode. [3] at the end of LSTR after making 2000 prints since previous wire cleaning 7.5.3.4 Others 0010-8058 SERVICE MODE:...
  • Page 195: Detecting The Waste Toner (case Full Condition)

    Chapter 7 The blade vibration unit is driven for the following: - after initial multiple rotation imitated by turning on the main power (5 or 1 vibration) - at time of STOP sequence (1 vibration) - during wire cleaning associated with pre-transfer, transfer, and separation (1 vibration) 1 vibration: ON for 0.6 sec 5 vibrations: ON for 0.6 sec, OFF for 0.3 sec SERVICE MODE:...
  • Page 196: Developing Assembly

    Chapter 7 ERROR CODE: - E013 (waste toner lock) The waste toner lock sensor (MSW2) remains ON for 4 sec or more. - E019 (waste toner bottle full) After the waste toner bottle has been identified as being full (by PS19), 50,000 prints or more have been made.
  • Page 197: Controlling The Developing Assembly

    Chapter 7 7.7.2 Controlling the Developing Assembly 0010-8062 The following shows the construction of the control system associated with the developing assembly drive mechanism: J516B J302 Environment sensor PCB When '0', the clutch goes on J504B BUFFER_MOTOR(-) Buffer motor BUFFER_MOTOR(+) BUFFER_CL 24VU Toner feedscrew...
  • Page 198: Controlling The Toner Cartridge Drive Mechanism

    Chapter 7 7.7.3 Controlling the Toner Cartridge Drive Mechanism 0010-8063 The following shows the construction of the control system associated with the toner cartridge drive mech- anism: Toner bottle Toner bottle rotation motor Sub hopper Sub hopper toner sensor motor Toner bottle motor drive switch Sub hopper transport clutch...
  • Page 199: Controlling The Developing Bias

    Chapter 7 7.7.4 Controlling the Developing Bias 0010-8065 The following items are associated with the developing bias control system: [1] DC bias constant voltage control [2] AC bias constant voltage control Relay PCB When '1', high-voltage output is ready. AC output: 1200 Vpp 1 2 3 4 J510A J723...
  • Page 200: Detecting The Toner Level And Controlling The Toner Supply Mechanism

    Chapter 7 7.7.5 Detecting the Toner Level and Controlling the Toner Supply Mechanism 0010-8067 The following shows the components associated with the machine's toner supply control system: Toner bottle Sub hopper toner sensor (TS4) Purpose: to keep the toner inside the sub hopper to a specific level. Operation: upon detection of the absence of toner, the machine rotates the toner feedscrew inside the sub hopper to supply toner to the buffer.
  • Page 201 Chapter 7 The following is an outline of the sequence of operations used by the machine to supply toner: As many as about 1000 prints may be made A new supply of toner The machine resumes At TS4 time-out, At TS1 time-out, has been added operation, supplying indicates a message...
  • Page 202 Chapter 7 The following shows the sequence used to supply toner from the sub hopper to the buffer: If the toner supply operation is not finished at the end of machine operation, the operation will be continued until the sequence is over. If a toner present condition is detected for If a toner absent condition is detected 0.5 sec or more, the toner supply sequence...
  • Page 203 Chapter 7 ERROR CODE: - E020 0001 (Absence of toner in the developer) The developer toner sensor (TS3) detects the absence of toner for more than 120 seconds although toner has been supplied to the developer. 0002 (Failure in feeding toner from the sub hopper to the buffer) The buffer toner sensor (TS1) detects the absence of toner for more than 60 seconds and toner exists in the sub hopper although toner has been supplied to the buffer.
  • Page 204: Transfer Mechanism

    Chapter 7 7.8 Transfer Mechanism 7.8.1 Transfer Guide Bias 7.8.1.1 Overview 0010-8068 The machine applies a bias whose polarity is the same as that of the toner to the transfer guide to prevent soiling of the surface of the transfer guide with toner (if left alone, the toner will soil the back of paper). The following items are associated with the system used to control the charging of the transfer guide: [1] transfer guide bias constant voltage control [2] output control to suit the environment...
  • Page 205: Controlling The Output To Suit The Environment

    Chapter 7 7.8.1.2 Controlling the Output to Suit the Environment 0010-8069 The transfer guide bias is optimized to suit the environment (identified with reference to the data from the environment sensor). A bias of the same polarity as the toner is applied in sync with the rotation of the photosensitive drum.
  • Page 206: Transfer Charging Mechanism

    Chapter 7 7.8.2 Transfer Charging Mechanism 7.8.2.1 Outline 0010-8070 The following items are associated with the machine's transfer charging control system: [1] DC bias constant current control [2] output control to suit the environment (fuzzy control) [3] output control at the trail edge of paper The following shows the components associated with the transfer charging control system: Relay PCB When '1', high-voltage...
  • Page 207: Controlling The Output To Suit The Environment (fuzzy Control)

    Chapter 7 7.8.2.2 Controlling the Output to Suit the Environment (fuzzy control) 0010-8071 The transfer current output is optimized to suit the environment (data for the environment sensor). 590 A Low humidity High humidity F-7-39 SERVICE MODE: - COPIER> OPTION> BODY> FUZZY (enabling/disabling fuzzy control) 0: enables fuzzy control (default) 1: low humidity environment mode (the transfer current is lower than standard) 2: normal humidity environment mode...
  • Page 208: Transfer Charging Assembly Cleaning Mechanism

    Chapter 7 When making a double-sided print, paper will absorb fixing oil and tend to collect less charges (low resistance); since the discharge current along the trailing edge of paper will be low, the output is not varied. In a low humidity environment, paper tends to dry up collecting excess charges (high resistance);...
  • Page 209: Others

    Chapter 7 is turned on [2] when wire cleaning is executed in user mode [3] at the end of LSTR after making 2000 prints since previous wire cleaning 7.8.2.5 Others 0010-8075 SERVICE MODE: - COPIER> ADJUST> HV-TR> TR-N1 (output adjustment for plain paper simplexing or for 1st side of duplexing) If the DC controller PCB has been replaced or the RAM on the DC controller PCB has been initialized, enter the value indicated on the service label.
  • Page 210: Separation Mechanism

    Chapter 7 7.9 Separation Mechanism 7.9.1 Separation Charging Mechanism 7.9.1.1 Outline 0010-8076 The following items are associated with the machine's separation charging control system: [1] DC bias constant current control [2] AC bias constant voltage control [3] output correction to suit the environment and deposit of toner (fuzzy control) [4] output correction after detection of leakage The following shows the components associated with the machine's separation charging control system: The current level of the DC bias varies as...
  • Page 211: Correcting The Output To Suit The Environment And The Toner Deposit

    Chapter 7 7.9.1.2 Correcting the Output to Suit the Environment and the Toner Deposit 0010-8077 The separation current output in optimized according to the environment (as identified based on the data from the environment sensor) and the deposit of toner (3 levels: low, standard, high). In a low humidity environment, the paper tends to be dry, If the deposit of toner is limited, the machine encouraging charges to collect (high resistance).
  • Page 212: Parts Replacement Procedure

    Chapter 7 7.10 Parts Replacement Procedure 2) Remove the drum stop tool [1]. 3) Remove the 3 screws [4], and disconnect the connector [5]; then, slide out the process unit 7.10.1 Process Unit [6]. 7.10.1.1 Before Starting the Work 0011-7911 1) Remove the manual feeder pull-off roller unit.
  • Page 213: Process Unit

    Chapter 7 7.10.1.3 Mounting the Process Unit 3) Disconnect the connector [1], and remove the two screws [2]; then, detach the preexposure 0010-8812 Keep the following in mind when mounting the unit [3]. process unit [1] to the slide rail: 1) Be sure to match the notch [2] found at the tip of the left slide rail against the front plate [3] of the process unit.
  • Page 214: Primary Charging Assembly

    Chapter 7 7.10.3 Primary Charging Assembly 7.10.4 Pre-Transfer Charging Assembly 7.10.3.1 Removing the Primary Charging 7.10.4.1 Removing the Pre-Transfer Assembly Charging Assembly 0010-8821 0010-8823 1) Open the front cover. 1) Open the front cover. 2) Remove the primary charging assembly over 2) Remove the primary charging assembly cover [1].
  • Page 215: Photosensitive Drum

    Chapter 7 7.10.5 Photosensitive Drum 4) Remove the 2 screws [1], and detach the positioner holder [2]. 7.10.5.1 Points to Note About Handling the Photosensitive Drum 0010-8824 The machine's photosensitive drum is a high-sen- sitivity amorphous silicon drum, whose sensitivi- ty tends to deteriorate if not handled properly.
  • Page 216: Drum Cleaner Unit

    Chapter 7 7.10.6 Drum Cleaner Unit 4) Remove the E-ring [1], and detach the pressure plate [2] to detach the cleaning blade assembly 7.10.6.1 Construction [3]. 0010-8829 Cleaning blade F-7-67 Blade vibration unit The pressure plate looks like the one used for the GP600 Sires or iR8500 Series machines;...
  • Page 217: Photosensitive Drum Heater

    Chapter 7 7.10.7 Photosensitive Drum Heater 4) Pull out the flat heater (drum heater) [1] from inside the drum cylinder. 7.10.7.1 Replacing the Photosensitive Drum Heater 0010-8835 1) Remove the photosensitive drum from the main body. 2) Remove the two mounting screws [1], and detach the flange [2] at the front;...
  • Page 218 Chapter 7 7.10.8.2 Removing the Sub Hopper Unit 5) Remove the toner supply cover [1]. - 3 screws [2] 0011-7550 1) Remove the upper rear right cover [1]. - 3 screws [2] F-7-77 6) Remove the blocking cover [1]. - 1 screw [2] F-7-74 2) Remove the hopper upper cover [1].
  • Page 219: Developing Assembly

    Chapter 7 9) Slide the sub hopper unit [1] to the right to detach. Check to be sure that the connector will not be- come disconnected. Poor contact will lead to blank prints. F-7-81 7.10.9 Developing Assembly 7.10.9.1 Before Starting the Work 0011-7937 F-7-84 1) Open the manual feeder tray cover.
  • Page 220: Developing Cylinder

    Chapter 7 7.10.9.4 Removing the Hopper 7.10.10 Developing Cylinder 0010-8842 1) Remove the developing assembly. 7.10.10.1 Removing the Developing 2) Remove the four mounting screws [1], and Cylinder disconnect the connector [2]; then, detach the 0010-8847 hopper [3]. 1) Remove the developing assembly. 2) Remove the hopper assembly.
  • Page 221: Developing Blade

    Chapter 7 7) Remove the E-ring [1], gear [2], pressure roll Points to Note When Mounting the Devel- [3], washer [4], grip ring [5], seal [6], butting oping Cylinder roll [7], washer [4], and bearing [8] in the order Both front and rear sides of the developing as- indicated.
  • Page 222: Developing Cylinder Deceleration Clutch

    Chapter 7 2) Remove the screw [3], and detach the polarity 4) Disconnect the 2 connectors [1], and remove plate [4]; then, remove the five screws [5], and the 5 screws [2]; then, detach the clutch detach the blade [6] together with the mounting mounting plate [3].
  • Page 223: Developing Cylinder Clutch

    Chapter 7 7.10.13 Developing Cylinder Clutch 2) Remove the 6 E-rings [1], 2 bearings [2], 2 gears [3], and pin; then, detach the clutch 7.10.13.1 Before Starting the Work [5]. 0011-7626 1) Remove the rear cover. 2) Remove the high-voltage assembly. 3) Remove the flywheel [1].
  • Page 224: Pre-transfer Exposure Led

    Chapter 7 2) Turn over the pre-transfer charging assembly, Points to Note When Mounting and remove the 3 screws [1] found on the - The transfer/separation charging assembly is bottom; then, detach the LED cover [2]. equipped with a positioning boss on its front and rear.
  • Page 225: Potential Sensor

    Chapter 7 4) Remove the spring [1], and detach the 6) Remove the potential sensor unit [4]. separation claw [2]. - 1 connector [5] - 1 screw [6] F-7-114 F-7-112 Points to Note When Mounting It is rather difficult to slide out the potential sen- When mounting the separation claw holder, be sor unit in horizontal direction.
  • Page 226 Chapter 7 7.10.17.2 Removing the Potential Control 3) Disconnect the connector [1] of the potential sensor. 0011-7609 1) Remove the primary charging assembly cover. 2) Remove the process unit cover. 3) Remove the double-feed detection PCB (receiving) if found. 4) Remove the 2 screws [1], and disconnect the 2 connectors [2];...
  • Page 227: Dust-collecting Roller

    Chapter 7 7.10.18 Dust-Collecting Roller When fitting the checker electrode to the poten- 7.10.18.1 Removing the Dust-Collecting tial sensor, make sure that the magnet of the Roller checker electrode will not come into contact with 0010-8885 1) Remove the pre-transfer charging assembly. the potential sensor cover.
  • Page 228 Chapter 7 7.10.19.2 Removing the Wire Cleaner for the Primary Charging Assembly 0010-8935 1) Remove the primary charging assembly. 2) Move the clip base [1] fully to the rear, and remove the screw [2]; then, remove the support plate [4] of the wire clean motor shaft [3], and detach the clip base [1] from the cut-off [6] of the shielding plate [5] together with the wire cleaner motor shaft [3].
  • Page 229: Charging Wire

    Chapter 7 7.10.19.4 Stringing the Charging Wire 0010-8939 As a rule, the charging wire (except the grid wire) may be strung in the same way for all charging as- semblies. The following uses the primary charg- ing assembly as an example: 1) Remove the 2 screws [1], and detach the F-7-134 shielding plate (left, right) [2] of the charging...
  • Page 230: Charging Wire

    Chapter 7 7.10.19.6 Adjusting the Height of the 11) Mount the wire cleaner. At this time, pay attention to the orientation of the wire cleaner. Charging Wire 12) Wipe the charging wire with lint-free paper 0010-8945 T-7-3 moistened with alcohol. Height of charging wire 7.10.19.5 Stringing the Grid of the Primary...
  • Page 231: Chapter 8 Pickup/feeding System

    Chapter 8 Pickup/Feeding System...
  • Page 232 Contents Contents 8.1 Construction..............................8- 1 8.1.1 Specifications and Construction ......................8- 1 8.1.2 Arrangement of Rollers and Sensors ....................8- 1 8.1.3 Control System............................8- 2 8.1.4 Controlling the Pickup Motor (M2) ......................8- 3 8.1.5 Index Paper Attachment ......................... 8- 3 8.2 Basic Sequence ..............................
  • Page 233 Contents 8.8.7 Detecting the Horizontal Registration Position.................. 8- 29 8.8.8 Controlling the Horizontal Registration Motor (M15) ................8- 30 8.9 Delivery ................................8- 31 8.9.1 Reversal Delivery ........................... 8- 31 8.10 Detecting the Double-Feed........................8- 32 8.10.1 Detecting Double Feeding ........................8- 32 8.11 Parts Replacement Procedure........................8- 34 8.11.1 Cassette Pickup Assembly........................8- 34 8.11.2 Cassette Lifter Motor..........................
  • Page 234: Construction

    Chapter 8 8.1 Construction 8.1.1 Specifications and Construction 0010-8186 Table shows the major functions of the pickup/feeding system. T-8-1 Item Description Paper feeding reference Center Paper stacking capacity Paper deck (right, left): 1,500 sheets (80 g/m2) Cassette (3, 4): 550 sheets (80 g/m2) Multifeeder: 50 sheets (80 g/m2) Paper size switch...
  • Page 235: Control System

    Chapter 8 - roller Vertical path 4 roller [11] Delivery auxiliary roller Vertical path 3 roller [12] Reversal auxiliary roller Vertical path 2 roller [13] Reversing roller Vertical path 1 roller [14] U-turn roller 1 Pre-registration roller [15] U-turn roller 2 Multifeeder feeding roller [16] Pre-confluence roller...
  • Page 236: Controlling The Pickup Motor (m2)

    Chapter 8 8.1.4 Controlling the Pickup Motor (M2) 0010-8189 Table shows the functions of the pickup motor control circuit, and Figure is a block diagram of the circuit. T-8-3 Item Description Power supply Supplies 38 V from the relay PCB. Drive signal Signal (M2-ON) from the DC controller PCB.
  • Page 237: Basic Sequence

    Chapter 8 8.2 Basic Sequence 8.2.1 Right Deck 0010-8191 - A4, 2 Sheets, Continuous The copier's deck pickup assembly uses separation rollers to separate paper. Copy Start key ON or print command received 1st sheet picked up 2nd sheet picked up Pickup motor (M2) Right deck pickup clutch (CL10)
  • Page 238: Detecting Jams

    Chapter 8 8.3 Detecting Jams 8.3.1 Jam Detection Outline 8.3.1.1 Outline 0010-8193 Arrangement of Jam Sensors F-8-7 Type of Jams T-8-4 Sensor Delay jam Stationary jam Stationary jam from power- Right deck pickup sensor PS20 Present Absent Absent Left deck pickup sensor PS25 Present Absent Absent...
  • Page 239: Delay Jams

    Chapter 8 8.3.2 Delay Jams 8.3.2.1 Cassette Pickup (Right deck, Left deck, cassette 3, 4) 0010-8194 Copy Start key ON or PRINT set INTR PRINT Pickup clutch (LC10, 11, 12, 13) Pickup solenoid (SL7, 8, 9, 10) 2 sec 2 sec Jam check Pickup sensor Normal...
  • Page 240: Stationary Jams

    Chapter 8 Delay jam sensor N Sensor N-1 multiple curling prevention sensor (PS68) Manual feed sensor (PS35) image write start sensor (PS60) Vertical path 1 sensor (PS47) Registration sensor (PS5) image write start sensor (PS60) Registration sensor (PS5) multiple curling prevention sensor (PS68) Internal delivery sensor (PS9) Registration sensor (PS5) External delivery sensor (PS10)
  • Page 241: Cassette Pick-up Unit

    Chapter 8 8.4 Cassette Pick-Up Unit 8.4.1 Outline 0010-8199 When the deck or the cassette is slid in, the cassette open/closed sensor turns on and, at the same time, the pickup roller starts to move down, causing the light-blocking plate to leave the lifter sensor, driving the cassette lifter motor and, ultimately, moving up the lifter.
  • Page 242: Detecting The Presence/absence Of Paper

    Chapter 8 - cassette Pickup sensor Pickup roller Feeding roller Paper Separation roller Pickup roller Lifter position sensor Lifter Paper sensor Cassette open/ closed sensor F-8-12 8.4.2 Detecting the Presence/Absence of Paper 0010-8201 The presence/absent of paper inside the deck and the cassette is detected by the cassette paper sensor. Paper sensor Paper detecting lever Paper...
  • Page 243: Detecting The Level Of Paper

    Chapter 8 8.4.3 Detecting the Level of Paper 0010-8202 The machine indicates the level of paper inside the deck and the cassette in four readings (including No Paper) on the control panel. T-8-7 Level of paper Indication on control panel 100% to about 50% of capacity about 50% to about 10% of capacity about 10% of capacity or less...
  • Page 244: Cassette 3/4

    Chapter 8 Main controller PCB Variable resistor Paper level (much) Variable resistor Paper level (little) F-8-16 SERVICE MODE: COPIER > ADJUST > CST-ADJ > C3-LVOL Use it to enter a stack height for the cassette 3. (50 sheets) Record the above readings on the service label. COPIER >...
  • Page 245: Markings On The Width Guide Rail

    Chapter 8 8.4.5 Markings on the Width Guide Rail 0010-8204 The width guide rail inside the cassette is equipped with paper size positioning holes, which are marked A through M as shown in Table. Refer to these markings if the user reports skew movement of paper, thereby deciding whether the paper width is set correctly.
  • Page 246 Chapter 8 SERVICE MODE: COPIER > OPTION > CST > CST-U1 31: G-LTR *, 22: K LGL COPIER > OPTION > CST > CST-U2 24: FLSC *, 26: OFI, 27: E-OFI, 36: A-OFI, 37: M-OFI COPIER > OPTION > CST > CST-U3 34: G-LGL *, 35: FOLI, 25: A-FLS COPIER >...
  • Page 247: Manual Feed Pickup Unit

    Chapter 8 8.5 Manual Feed Pickup Unit 8.5.1 Pickup Operation 0010-8206 T-8-13 Pickup drive: pickup motor (M2) Pickup roller contro: manual feed tray pickup clutch (CL7) manual feed tray pickup solenoid (SL6) Paper feed detection: manual feed sensor (PS35) multiple curling prevention sensor (PS68) DC controller PCB Pickup motor Manual feed tray...
  • Page 248: Detecting The Paper Size

    Chapter 8 8.5.2 Detecting the Paper Size 0010-8207 Side guide (rear) Manual feed tray Variable registration(SVR1) Side guide (front) DC controller PCB F-8-20 SERVICE MODE: COPIER > ADJUST > CST-ADJ > MF-A4R Use it to change the paper width basic value for A4R on the manual feed tray. COPIER >...
  • Page 249: Deck

    Chapter 8 8.6 Deck 8.6.1 Outline 0010-8208 When the deck or the cassette is slid in, the cassette open/closed sensor turns on and, at the same time, the pickup roller starts to move down, causing the light-blocking plate to leave the lifter sensor, driving the cassette lifter motor and, ultimately, moving up the lifter.
  • Page 250: Lifter Limiter (deck Right/left)

    Chapter 8 - cassette Pickup sensor Pickup roller Feeding roller Paper Separation roller Pickup roller Lifter position sensor Lifter Paper sensor Cassette open/ closed sensor F-8-22 8.6.2 Lifter Limiter (deck right/left) 0010-8209 When the lifter moves up and the surface of paper reaches the cassette limit sensor, the drive to the lifter motor stops.
  • Page 251: Detecting The Presence/absence Of Paper

    Chapter 8 8.6.3 Detecting the Presence/Absence of Paper 0010-8210 The presence/absent of paper inside the deck and the cassette is detected by the cassette paper sensor. Paper sensor Paper sensor Paper detecting lever Paper detecting lever Paper Lifter Lifter F-8-24 8.6.4 Detecting the Level of Paper 0010-8211 The machine indicates the level of paper inside the deck and the cassette in four readings (including No...
  • Page 252: Cassette Deck Right/left

    Chapter 8 T-8-16 Deck right Deck left Paper level [1] Sensor [2] Sensor Sensor [1] Sensor [2] Sensor Sensor (PS51) (PS52) (PS22) (PS54) (PS55) (PS32) 100% to about 50% About 50% to about 10 About 10% or less None In the case of cassette 3/4, the resistance of the variable resistor operating in conjunction with the move- ment of the lifter drive shaft is used to find out the level of paper.
  • Page 253: Registration Unit

    Chapter 8 8.7 Registration Unit 8.7.1 Outline 0010-8213 T-8-17 Registration clutch Registration brake clutch Shift clutch activation timing service mode COPIER > ADJUST > FEED-ADJ > REGIST (-100 to 100) Registration roller Pickup motor Registration drive signal J509-A5 DC controller Registration brake drive signal J509-B7 F-8-27...
  • Page 254: Duplex Feeding Unit

    Chapter 8 8.8 Duplex Feeding Unit 8.8.1 Copying on the First Side 0010-8216 DC controller PCB PS10 PS63 PS11 Reversing motor SL11 PS12 F-8-29 8.8.2 Copying on the Second Side 0010-8217 Reversing motor SL11 PS12 PS14 PS15 PS61 Double-sided feeding motor Double-sided (right) feeding motor...
  • Page 255: Sequence Of Operations

    Chapter 8 8.8.3 Sequence of Operations 0010-8218 4 sheets of A4-size document Double-sided printing Load the documents on ADF. Press the Start key or settle the printer setting. Printing the Printing the front side Printing the backside Printing the backside front side of of the second sheet of the first sheet...
  • Page 256: Controlling The Duplexing Feeder Motor (m12)

    Chapter 8 8.8.5 Controlling the duplexing feeder motor (M12) 0010-8220 Table shows the functions of the duplexing feeder motor control circuit, and Figure is a block diagram of the circuit. T-8-19 Item Description Power supply 24 V is supplied by the no-stacking feeding driver PCB. Drive signal Signal (DUP_FEED_ON) from the DC controller PCB.
  • Page 257 Chapter 8 2. The 1st side is printed on the 1st sheet. The 2nd sheet is picked up. F-8-35 3. The 3rd side is printed on the 2nd sheet. The 1st sheet is moved to the holding tray assembly. The 3rd sheet is picked up. F-8-36 4.
  • Page 258 Chapter 8 5. The 1st sheet is moved to the lower feeding assembly. The 5th side is printed on the 3rd sheet. F-8-38 6. The 1st sheet is re-picked up from the lower feeding assembly. F-8-39 7. The 2nd side is printed on the 1st sheet. The 2nd sheet is kept in wait, and the 4th sheet is picked up.
  • Page 259 Chapter 8 8. The 7th side is printed on the 4th sheet, and the 1st sheet is discharged. F-8-41 9. The 4th side is printed on the 2nd sheet, and the 3rd sheet is kept in wait in the lower feeding assembly. The 5th sheet is picked up.
  • Page 260 Chapter 8 11. The 6th side is printed on the 3rd sheet. F-8-44 12. The 3rd sheet is discharged. F-8-45 13. The 8th side is printed on the 4th sheet. F-8-46 8-27...
  • Page 261 Chapter 8 14. The 4th sheet is discharged, and the 10th side is printed on the 5th sheet. F-8-47 15. The 5th sheet is discharged. F-8-48 T-8-20 Related Service Mode COPIER > ADJUST > FEED-ADJ > ADJ- Use it to adjust the image write start position in main scanning REFE direction for re-pickup.
  • Page 262: Detecting The Horizontal Registration Position

    Chapter 8 8.8.7 Detecting the Horizontal Registration Position 0010-8222 T-8-21 Paper position detection By the horizontal registration sensor (PS18) Detection start timing By the post-confluence sensor (PS15) Drive By the horizontal registration motor (M15) Position measurement By controlling the horizontal registration motor pulses (1 pulse = about 0.16 mm) Related service mode COPIER >...
  • Page 263: Controlling The Horizontal Registration Motor (m15)

    Chapter 8 The main power switch is turned on. The start position is detected. The paper position is detected. Double-sided reversing motor (M11) Lower feeding middle clutch (CL16) Lower feeding rear clutch (CL17) Post-confluence sensor (PS15) The position where the paper has moved Horizontal registration about 10mm past the registration sensor motor (M15)
  • Page 264: Delivery

    Chapter 8 8.9 Delivery 8.9.1 Reversal Delivery 0010-8225 The copier discharges paper either in face-up delivery or in face-down delivery mode. T-8-23 Delivery Copying operation Face-up - Making copies on transparencies (However, the images will be mirror images.) - USER MODE Setting the face-up delivery mode by Printer Settings >...
  • Page 265: Detecting The Double-feed

    Chapter 8 8.10 Detecting the Double-Feed 8.10.1 Detecting Double Feeding 0011-7360 The machine uses the ultra-sonic wave sensor (for transmission, reception) located downstream of the reg- istration roller to check for double feeding, and stops the ongoing printing operation upon detection. Ul- trasonic waves are often characterized as follows, and may be used for the detection of double feeding regardless of the type of medium used (plain paper, heavy paper, colored paper, transparency, etc.).
  • Page 266 Chapter 8 F-8-54 [1] Registration roller [2] Double feeding sensor (transmission) [3] Double feeding sensor (reception) [4] Fixing roller Error code: E850-0000 (The double-feeding detection unit is faulty) The double feeding sensor (reception) cannot attain a specific ultrasonic signal level. Service Mode: COPIER >...
  • Page 267: Parts Replacement Procedure

    Chapter 8 8.11 Parts Replacement Procedure 3) Remove the screw [3], and detach the pickup assembly sensor base. 8.11.1 Cassette Pickup Assembly 8.11.1.1 Removing the Right Deck / Cassette Pickup Assembly 0011-0030 The removal procedure of a right door and a left door is the same.
  • Page 268: Right Deck Pickup Assembly

    Chapter 8 8.11.3 Right Deck Pickup Assembly 8.11.4 Left Deck Pickup Assembly 8.11.3.1 Removing the Right Deck / 8.11.4.1 Removing the Left Deck Pickup Cassette Pickup Assembly Assembly 0011-8492 0011-8491 The removal procedure of a right door and a left 1) Slide out the left deck.
  • Page 269: Left Deck Pickup Sensor

    Chapter 8 8.11.5 Left Deck Pickup Sensor 3) Remove the screw [1], and detach the stack eliminator [2]. 8.11.5.1 Removing the Left Deck Pickup 4) Remove the 2 screws [3], and detach the pickup assembly sensor base [4]. Sensor 0010-8963 1) Remove the front deck (left) pickup assembly.
  • Page 270: Manual Feed Pull-out Roller Unit

    Chapter 8 8.11.7.2 Fitting the Side Guide Timing 4) Disconnect the connector [1], and free the cable from the plate of the host machine (fixed Belt for the Manual Feed Tray in place using a cable clamp). Assembly 0010-8990 Butt the rack plate [1] of the manual feed tray against section A (open state).
  • Page 271: Manual Pickup Roller

    Chapter 8 8.11.9.2 Mounting the Pickup Roller 4) Release the lever [1] in upward direction; then, slide out the pull-off roller unit [2], and remove 0010-8993 Mount the pickup roller by reversing the steps the 2 screws [3]. used to remove it with the following in mind: - The front pickup roller and the rear pickup roller are not interchangeable.
  • Page 272 Chapter 8 3) Remove the stop ring [3] from the front of the 8) Remove the rail base (front) [1]. feeding roller assembly, and move the feeding - 2 screws [2] roller assembly [5] together with the timing belt [4] to detach. F-8-84 9) Remove the screw [2], and detach the rear fixing plate [1];...
  • Page 273: Manual Separation Roller

    Chapter 8 8.11.10.4 Mounting the multiple curling formance) exists because of changes in color, and the part is not identified by color. prevention roller 0010-9007 1) Set the multiple curling prevention roller Urethane sponge pieces assembly to the main body. 2) Mount the rear fixing plate 2 and the rear fixing plate 1 in the order indicated;...
  • Page 274: Manual Feed Pickup Solenoid

    Chapter 8 5) Remove the screw [1], and detach the connector cover [2]; then, disconnect the connector [3]. F-8-96 11) Remove the 2 mounting screws [2] of the sensor unit [1]. F-8-92 6) Open the manual feed tray. 7) Remove the 11 mounting screws [1], and detach the manual feed tray pickup assembly [2].
  • Page 275: Registration Roller

    Chapter 8 3) Remove the two springs [8], E-ring [9], and arm support shaft [10] at the front. 4) Remove the E-ring [11], spacer [12], and bearing [13]. F-8-100 8.11.14 Registration Roller 8.11.14.1 Removing the Pre-Registration Roller [10] 0010-9050 1) Open the middle right cover, and remove the [13] screw [1];...
  • Page 276: Registration Brake Clutch

    Chapter 8 8.11.17 Fixing/Feed Unit 5) Loosen the 2 adjusting screws [1], and detach the registration clutch [2]. 8.11.17.1 Removing the Fixing/Feed Unit 0010-9186 1) Slide out the fixing/feed unit. 2) Remove the 2 stepped screws [1]. F-8-105 F-8-108 3) Remove the fixing/feed unit [1] from the slide rail [2].
  • Page 277: Feeding Roller

    Chapter 8 8.11.18 Feeding Roller 8.11.19 Vertical Path Roller 8.11.18.1 Removing the Feeding Roller 8.11.19.1 Removing the Vertical Path Roller 1/3/4 0010-9187 1) Remove the pickup assembly from the main 0010-9189 body. 1) Remove the deck right/cassette pickup 2) Remove the screw [2], and detach the feeding assembly.
  • Page 278: Fixing Feeding Unit Releasing Lever Sensor

    Chapter 8 8.11.19.2 Removing the Vertical Path 2) Detach the fixing feeding unit front cover. 3) Release the claw of the fixing feeding unit Roller 2 releasing lever sensor [1]. 0010-9309 1) Slide out the deck (right) and the caste 3/4. 2) Remove the 3 screws [1], and detach the right lower front cover [2].
  • Page 279: Duplexing Unit

    Chapter 8 5) Remove the E-ring [6], bearing [7], and three 2) Holding the left and right grips of the screws [8]. duplexing unit, detach it from the main body. Duplexing unit Grip Grip F-8-121 F-8-124 6) Remove the E-ring [9], gear [10], pin [11], three screws [12], E-ring [13], and bearing [14].
  • Page 280 Chapter 8 8.11.22.3 Removing the Front Cover of 3) Disconnect the connector [4], and remove the 2 screws [5]; then, detach the duplex right feed the Duplexing Unit motor [6]. 0010-9341 1) Remove the 4 screws [1] and the knob [2]; then, detach the front cover [3].
  • Page 281 Chapter 8 8.11.22.9 Removing the Deck (left) Draw- 3) Disconnect the connector [1], and free the claw to detach the left deck feed sensor [2]. Out Clutch/Lower Feeder Middle Clutch 0010-9366 1) Remove the duplexing unit from the main body. 2) Remove the front cover.
  • Page 282 Chapter 8 4) Remove the bearing [4] and spacer [5]; then, 2) Disconnect the connector [3]; then, remove the detach the lower feeding right clutch [6]. screw [4], and detach the postconfluence sensor [5]. F-8-136 8.11.22.11 Removing the Pre-Confluence Sensor 0010-9374 1) Disconnect the connector [1] from the bottom of the duplexing unit;...
  • Page 283: Separation Roller

    Chapter 8 8.11.22.14 Removing the Horizontal 8.11.23 Separation Roller Registration Sensor 8.11.23.1 Removing the Separation Roller 0010-9377 1) Remove the duplexing unit from the main 0010-9378 1) Remove the two mounting screws [1], and body. remove the feeding guide plate [2]; then, detach 2) Remove the front cover.
  • Page 284: Double Feeding Detection Sensor ( Transmission )

    Chapter 8 8.11.23.2 Orientation of the Separation 5) Remove the fixing/feeding unit cover [1]. - 2 screws [2] Roller 0010-9380 Keep the following in mind when replacing the separation roller. Wider groove Narrower groove rear of the machine F-8-150 front of the machine 6) Free the 2 cables [1] from the edge saddle [1];...
  • Page 285 Chapter 8 9) Remove the bushing [1] in the direction of the 3) Remove the double-feed sensor assembly [1]. arrow, and remove the registration transfer unit - 1 screws [2] [2]. - E-ring [3] - bushing [4] F-8-156 4) Remove the double-feed sensor (transmitting) [1].
  • Page 286: Double Feeding Detection Sensor ( Reception )

    Chapter 8 8.11.25 Double Feeding Detection Sensor ( Reception ) 8.11.25.1 Before Starting the Work 0011-8282 1) Remove the developing assembly. 2) Remove the primary charging assembly. 3) Remove the pre-transfer charging assembly. 4) Remove the process unit. 8.11.25.2 Removing the Double-Feed Sensor (receiving) 0011-8284 1) Remove the pre-transfer charging assembly...
  • Page 287: Chapter 9 Fixing System

    Chapter 9 Fixing System...
  • Page 288 Contents Contents 9.1 Construction..............................9- 1 9.1.1 Outline ............................... 9- 1 9.1.2 Major Components ..........................9- 1 9.1.3 Overview of the Fixing Drive System....................9- 2 9.1.4 Controlling the Fixing Roller Drive ......................9- 3 9.1.5 Controlling the Cleaning Web Drive...................... 9- 3 9.1.6 Controlling the Thermistor Reciprocating Mechanism ...............
  • Page 289: Construction

    Chapter 9 9.1 Construction 9.1.1 Outline 0010-8226 The following shows the major functions of the machine's fixing system: T-9-1 Component Notation Description Fixing upper roller heat roller, 60mm dia. Fixing lower roller Pressure roller, 50mm dia. Fixing motor DC motor, 33 W Fixing inlet sensor lifter motor main heater...
  • Page 290: Overview Of The Fixing Drive System

    Chapter 9 Fixing upper roller Sub thermistor (TH2) Main thermistor (TH1) Thermal switch (TP1) F-9-2 9.1.3 Overview of the Fixing Drive System 0010-8228 The following items are associated with the machine's fixing drive system: [1] fixing roller drive control [2] cleaning web drive control [3] thermistor reciprocating mechanism drive control [4] upper separation claw reciprocating drive mechanism [5] fixing inlet sensor drive control...
  • Page 291: Controlling The Fixing Roller Drive

    Chapter 9 9.1.4 Controlling the Fixing Roller Drive 0010-8229 When '1', the motor brake goes on Fixing upper roller When the motor rotation speed is as specified, '0' J508A FUSE_M_LOCK FUSE_M_ON Fixing drive motor When '1', the motor goes on F-9-4 The machine controls the braking mechanism to present paper from fully wrapping around the fixing roll- In response to detection of an inside delivery delay jam, the machine causes the motor brake to go on to...
  • Page 292: Controlling The Thermistor Reciprocating Mechanism

    Chapter 9 MEMO: The machine can make about 100,000 prints (A4) after indicating the message (in the case of A3, 50,000 prints). 9.1.6 Controlling the Thermistor Reciprocating Mechanism 0010-8231 To prevent the thermistor (TH1) from scratching the fixing upper roller, the machine moves the thermistor back and forth 12 mm in the axial direction of the fixing upper roller.
  • Page 293: Controlling The Fixing Inlet Sensor Drive

    Chapter 9 9.1.8 Controlling the Fixing Inlet Sensor Drive 0011-0501 The machine is equipped with a fixing inlet sensor to prevent paper from remaining inside the fixing as- sembly. The output of the sensor is used to move a lift mechanism, thereby making sure paper movement will not be disrupted.
  • Page 294: Basic Sequence

    Chapter 9 9.2 Basic Sequence 9.2.1 Basic Sequence of Operations 0010-8233 Main power Control panel Start key switch ON power switch ON if Jpn model, -10 deg C for all. SLEEP WMUP WMUPR STBY INTR PSTBY PRINT LSTR STBY Wait indication Green Fixing motor (M3) Main heater (H1)
  • Page 295: Various Control Mechanisms

    Chapter 9 9.3 Various Control Mechanisms 9.3.1 Controlling the Fixing Roller Temperature 9.3.1.1 Controlling the Down Sequence 0010-8234 Start key ON () represents iR7095; <> represents iR7086. STBY PRINT STOP PRINT Main heater (H1) Sub heater (H2) Copying speed 105cpm 86cpm 74cpm Suspend...
  • Page 296: Transparency Mode

    Chapter 9 9.3.1.2 Transparency Mode 0010-8235 In transparency mode, the machine decreases the fixing roller surface temperature to prevent wrapping of a transparency around the fixing roller (otherwise the heat of the roller could melt the film surface). Transparency Start key ON mode selected for Jpn model, -10 deg C for all.
  • Page 297: Power Save Mode

    Chapter 9 9.3.1.4 Power Save Mode 0010-8237 A press on the Power Save key of the control panel causes the machine to decrease the STBY control tem- perature to reduce power consumption. WMUPR omitted. for Jpn model, -10 deg C for all. Power save mode Power Save key Power Save key...
  • Page 298: Protective Functions

    Chapter 9 9.4 Protective Functions 9.4.1 Error Detection 0010-8239 The machine checks for the following types of errors in relation to its fixing temperature control mecha- nism: [1] temperature control error by main thermistor (tH1) [2] sensor error by sub thermistor (TH2) [3] current shut-down in response to overheating by thermal switch (TP1) Voltage suited to Voltage suited to...
  • Page 299 Chapter 9 E002 (heating failure) 0001 The reading of the main thermistor is 70 deg C or more but does not reach 100 deg C within 2.5 min. 0002 The reading of the main thermistor exceeds 100 deg C but does not reach 150 deg C within 2.5 min thereafter.
  • Page 300: Parts Replacement Procedure

    Chapter 9 Parts Replacement Procedure 9.5.1 Fixing Unit 9.5.1.1 Removing the Fixing Assembly 0010-9381 1) Slide the fixing/feeding unit halfway out the main body. 2) While pushing on the stopper [2] on both ends of the fixing/feeding unit rail [1], slide the fixing/feeding unit farther out.
  • Page 301: Upper Fixing Roller

    Chapter 9 6) Open the fixing/delivery assembly, and 5) Remove the screw, and detach the pressure remove the screw [1]; then, holding the front support plate [2] at the rear. [3] and the rear [4] of the fixing assembly [2], detach the fixing assembly from the main body.
  • Page 302: Lower Fixing Roller

    Chapter 9 8) While paying attention to the thermal switch c. When mounting, clean the electrode plate [1] and the thermistor, remove the upper roller and the electrode terminal [2]. assembly. 9) Remove the C-ring [1] at the front, and remove the gear [2], bushing [3], and bearing [4].
  • Page 303: External Delivery Roller

    Chapter 9 9.5.3.2 Adjusting the Lower Roller 9.5.4 External Delivery Roller Pressure (nip) 9.5.4.1 Removing the External Delivery 0010-9395 The nip width must be as indicated in figure; if Roller not, adjust it using the pressure adjusting nut. 0010-9397 1) Remove the fixing assembly. 2) Remove the 3 screws [1];...
  • Page 304: Internal Delivery Roller

    Chapter 9 9.5.6 Main Thermistor 5) Remove the E-ring [1], one-way gear [2], and bearing [3] at the rear of the external roller 9.5.6.1 Removing the Main Thermistor shaft; then, remove the 2 Erings [4] and the 2 rollers [5] of each roller. 0010-9399 1) Remove the fixing assembly.
  • Page 305: Sub Thermistor

    Chapter 9 9.5.7 Sub Thermistor 3) Remove the faston [1], and remove the 2 screws [2]; then, detach the electrode assembly 9.5.7.1 Removing the Sub Thermistor [3] and the thermal switch holder [4]. 0010-9448 1) Slide out the fixing assembly. 2) Remove the fixing web and the oil pan.
  • Page 306: Fixing Heater

    Chapter 9 9.5.9 Fixing Heater 9.5.9.2 Mounting the Main/Sub Heater 0010-9532 To mount the fixing heater, reverse the steps used 9.5.9.1 Removing the Main/Sub Heater to remove it with the following in mind: 0010-9454 1) Remove the fixing assembly. a. Do not touch the surface of the heater. 2) Remove the 2 screws [1], and detach the fixing b.
  • Page 307: Fixing Cleaning Belt

    Chapter 9 9.5.10 Fixing Cleaning Belt 5) While pushing the cleaning belt feeding roller [4] and the take-up roller [5] toward the rear, 9.5.10.1 Removing the Fixing Cleaning detach the cleaning belt [6]. Belt 0010-9534 1) Slide the fixing/feeding unit halfway out; then, release the stoppers on both rails, and slide the unit farther out.
  • Page 308: Claw Jam Sensor

    Chapter 9 9.5.10.2 Mounting the Fixing Cleaning Belt If you have replaced the cleaning belt, be sure to 0010-9538 return the setting under COPIER > COUNTER > Mount the fixing cleaning belt by reversing the MISC > FIX-WEB to '0' in service mode. steps used to remove it.
  • Page 309: Internal Delivery Sensor

    Chapter 9 9.5.13 Internal Delivery Sensor 9.5.15 Fixing Inlet Sensor 9.5.13.1 Removing the Internal Delivery 9.5.15.1 Before Starting the Work Sensor 0011-7951 1) Remove the fixing assembly. 0010-9545 2) Remove the fixing web, and clean the oil pan. 1) Remove the fixing assembly. 3) Remove the 2 fixing heaters.
  • Page 310: Fixing/feeding Outlet Sensor

    Chapter 9 9.5.16 Fixing/Feeding Outlet Sensor 7) Remove the 2 screws [1], and detach the lower separation claw support plate [2]. 9.5.16.1 Remove the Fixing/Feeder Unit Outlet Sensor 0010-9549 1) Slide out the fixing/feed unit 2) Remove the screw [1] from the bottom face of the fixing/feeder unit;...
  • Page 311: Upper Separation Claw

    Chapter 9 9.5.19 Lower Separation Claw 4) Disconnect the 2 connectors [1], and remove the 2 screws [2]; then, detach the delivery speed 9.5.19.1 Removing the Lower Separation switching clutch [3]. Claw 0010-9554 1) Remove the fixing assembly from the main body.
  • Page 312: Chapter 10 External And Controls

    Chapter 10 External and Controls...
  • Page 313 Contents Contents 10.1 Control Panel............................... 10- 1 10.1.1 Overview ............................... 10- 1 10.2 Counters............................... 10- 2 10.2.1 Soft Counter............................10- 2 10.3 Fans ................................10- 3 10.3.1 Fans <iR7086>............................. 10- 3 10.3.2 Fans <iR7105/7095>........................... 10- 5 10.3.3 Sequence of Fan Operation ....................... 10- 6 10.4 Power Supply System..........................
  • Page 314 Contents 10.5.29 Motor Driver PCB..........................10- 24 10.5.30 Transceiver PCB..........................10- 24 10.5.31 Double Feeding Detection PCB ( Transmission )................ 10- 25 10.5.32 Double Feeding Detection PCB ( Reception ) ................10- 26 10.5.33 Fixing Heat Discharge Fan......................10- 26 10.5.34 Laser Cooling Fan ..........................10- 27 10.5.35 De-Curling Fan..........................10- 27 10.5.36 Drum Fan ............................10- 28 10.5.37 Pre-Transfer Charging Assembly Fan...................
  • Page 315: Control Panel

    Chapter 10 10.1 Control Panel 10.1.1 Overview 0011-2662 The machine's control panel consists of the following PCBs and a liquid crystal panel (LCD): Control panel Control panel LCD panel Control panel inverter PCB key PCB Control panel CPU PCB Main controller PCB F-10-1 Related service mode: COPIER >...
  • Page 316: Counters

    Chapter 10 10.2 Counters 10.2.1 Soft Counter 0011-2684 The machine is equipped with soft counters to count the number of prints made, and the counter readings may be indicated by pressing the Check key on the control panel. The counter is controlled by the main controller PCB, and increases the count each time a copy/print is made (as identified by the following sensors): T-10-1 Copying/printing operation...
  • Page 317: Fans

    Chapter 10 - 230V European Model T-10-5 Counter Type*1 Default indication Default switchover*2 Counter 1 total (A through L) fixed Counter 2 total large (ACEGIK) variable Counter 3 total small (BDFHJ) variable Counter 4 scan total (OP) variable Counter 5 variable Counter 6 variable...
  • Page 318 Chapter 10 T-10-6 Ref. Notation Name Discipline Error code Alarm code polygon mirror cooling cools the laser scanner motor; thermally E111-1111 insulates the unit from the fixing assembly; prevents soiling of the wire of the primary charging assembly fixing heat discharge discharges heat from around the fixing E805-0001 assembly...
  • Page 319: Fans

    Chapter 10 10.3.2 Fans <iR7105/7095> 0011-2835 The following shows the arrangement of fans and the direction of air, followed by the names and functions of the parts: [13] [18] [16] [15] [17] [10] [11] [12] [14] F-10-3 T-10-7 Ref. Notat Name Description Error code...
  • Page 320: Sequence Of Fan Operation

    Chapter 10 Ref. Notat Name Description Error code Alarm code [14] FM19 duplexing transport fan cools the duplexing transport motor 33-0009 [15] FM20 separation heat discharges heat from around the separation E805-0002 discharge fan assembly; improves separation [16] FM21 scanner heat discharge discharges heat from around the laser E121-0001 fan 1...
  • Page 321: Power Supply System

    Chapter 10 10.4 Power Supply System 10.4.1 Power Supply 10.4.1.1 Overview of the Power Supply System 0011-3327 The machine's DC power supply is controlled by the DC power supply PCB and the relay PCB: T-10-8 Description DC power supply PCB - generates DC power from AC power - protects against over-current Relay PCB...
  • Page 322 Chapter 10 Conditions Initiating a Shift Back to Standby Mode (low power -> standby) - press on Power Save key - press on control panel power switch MEMO: If the same setting is used for both 'low power mode shift interval' and 'auto sleep time', a shift is made to sleep mode if a specific period of time passes from a standby state (i.e., no shift takes place to low power mode).
  • Page 323: Parts Replacement Procedure

    Chapter 10 10.5 10.5.2 Pickup Drive Assembly Parts Replacement Procedure 10.5.2.1 Removing the Pickup Drive 10.5.1 Left Pickup Drive Assembly Assembly 0010-9576 10.5.1.1 Removing the Left Pickup Drive Construction Assembly 0010-9572 Construction F-10-5 F-10-7 1) Remove the rear cover. 1) Remove the rear cover. 2) Open the main controller box assembly.
  • Page 324: Developing Drive Assembly

    Chapter 10 10.5.3 Developing Drive Assembly 9) Disconnect the two connectors [4], and remove the four screws [5]; then, detach the developing 10.5.3.1 Removing the Developing Drive drive assembly [6]. Assembly 0010-9577 Construction F-10-11 10.5.4 Vertical Path Drive Assembly 10.5.4.1 Removing the Vertical Path Drive Assembly 0010-9587 Construction...
  • Page 325: Waste Toner Drive Assembly

    Chapter 10 7) Remove the six screws [1], and detach the waste toner drive assembly [2]. F-10-13 4) Disconnect the connector [3], and remove the two screws [4]; then, detach the vertical path drive assembly [5]. F-10-16 10.5.6 Multifeeder Pickup Drive Assembly 10.5.6.1 Removing the Multifeeder Pickup Drive Assembly 0010-9593...
  • Page 326: Lifter Drive Assembly

    Chapter 10 10.5.7 Lifter Drive Assembly 4) Disconnect the three connectors [1], and remove the four screws [2]; then, detach the 10.5.7.1 Removing the Lifter Drive lifter drive assembly (for the left deck) [3]. Assembly (right deck) 0010-9594 Construction F-10-19 1) Remove the rear cover.
  • Page 327: Drum Drive Assembly

    Chapter 10 4) Remove the water toner case; then, remove the 5 screws [1], and disconnect the 4 connectors When mounting the main drive assembly, be sure [2] to detach the waste toner case base [3]. to slide out the fixing/feeding assembly in ad- vance.
  • Page 328: Cassette Pickup Drive Assembly

    Chapter 10 10.5.11 Power Supply Unit 6) Remove the screw [1], and detach the drum cleaner pipe cover [2]. 10.5.11.1 Removing the Power Supply Unit 0010-9619 1) Remove the lower left cover [1]. - Slide out the left deck/cassette 3/cassette 4 [2]. - 4 screws [3] F-10-29 7) Disconnect the 4 connectors [1], and remove...
  • Page 329: Control Panel

    Chapter 10 10.5.12 Control Panel 4) Remove the delivery anti-adhesion fan mounting plate [1]. 10.5.12.1 Removing the Control Panel - 1 connector [2] 0011-8151 1) Remove the control panel rear cover [1]. - 6 screws [3] - 2 blocking rubber pieces [2] - 2 screws [3] F-10-35 F-10-38...
  • Page 330: Control Panel Lcd Unit

    Chapter 10 10.5.12.2 Removing the Control Panel 10.5.13 Control Panel LCD Unit Interface PCB 10.5.13.1 Before Starting the Work 0011-7567 1) Remove the upper rear right cover. 0011-8158 1) Remove the control panel. 2) Disconnect the 3 connectors [1], and free the 2) Remove the 5 rubber pieces [1] from the back cable from the edge saddle [2].
  • Page 331: Cover Switch Assembly

    Chapter 10 10.5.13.2 Removing the Control Panel 10.5.15 Manual Feed Tray Switch Assembly 0011-8161 1) Remove the control panel LCD [1]. 10.5.15.1 Removing the Manual Feed - 2 screws [2] Tray Switch Assembly 0010-9615 1) Remove the process unit cover. (4 screws) 2) Remove the 2 screws [1], and disconnect the 2 connectors [2];...
  • Page 332: Drum Heater Switch Assembly

    Chapter 10 10.5.16 Drum Heater Switch Assembly 10.5.17.2 After Replacing the DC Controller PCB 10.5.16.1 Removing the Drum Heater 0010-9611 Switch Assembly 0010-9614 Before Starting the Work (backing up the 1) Remove the rear cover. data) 2) Remove the left lower cover. (4 screws) If possible, perform the following: 3) Remove the 3 screws [1], and disconnect the 7 - Using the SST, download the data stored in the...
  • Page 333: Control Panel Inverter Pcb

    Chapter 10 10.5.18 Control Panel Inverter PCB 10.5.18.1 Before Starting the Work 0011-8154 1) Remove the control panel. 2) Remove the 5 rubber pieces [1] from the back of the control panel. F-10-60 3) Remove the control panel rear cover [1]. - 6 screws [2] F-10-57 3) Remove the control panel rear cover [1].
  • Page 334: Control Panel Family Pcb

    Chapter 10 10.5.20 Control Panel Family PCB 10.5.20.2 Removing the Control Panel LED PCB 10.5.20.1 Before Starting the Work 0011-8163 1) Remove the control panel LED PCB [1]. 0011-8162 1) Remove the control panel. - 3 screws [2] 2) Remove the 5 blocking rubber pieces [1] from the back of the control panel.
  • Page 335: Ac Driver Pcb

    Chapter 10 10.5.21.2 Removing the Control Panel 10.5.22.2 Removing the AC Driver PCB CPU PCB 0011-9303 1) Remove the AC driver PCB [1]. 0011-8156 - all connectors of PCB 1) Remove the control panel CPU PCB [1]. - 4 screws [2] - 5 connectors [2] - 1 screw [3] (w/ washer) - 6 screws [3]...
  • Page 336: Relay Pcb

    Chapter 10 10.5.23.2 Removing the All Night Power 10.5.25 High-Voltage Transformer (AC) Supply PCB 10.5.25.1 Removing the High-Voltage 0010-9605 1) Remove the all night power supply PCB [1]. Transformer Assembly (AC) - all connectors of PCB 0010-9603 - 4 screws [2] 1) Remove the rear cover.
  • Page 337: Hv-dc Pcb

    Chapter 10 10.5.27 HV-DC PCB 10.5.27.2 After Replacing the HV-DC PCB 0010-9598 1) Set the values (5 types) indicated on the label 10.5.27.1 Removing the HV-DC PCB attached to the new HV-DC PCB for the 0010-9600 1) Remove the rear cover. respective service mode items: 2) Remove the high-voltage contact [1].
  • Page 338: Motor Driver Pcb

    Chapter 10 10.5.29.2 Removing the Fixing Inlet 3) Slide out the high-voltage assembly [1] along the rails on both sides to detach. Sensor Lift Motor Driver PCB 0011-4919 1) Remove the fixing inlet sensor lift motor driver PCB [1]. - 2 connectors [2] - 4 screws [3] F-10-83 10.5.29 Motor Driver PCB...
  • Page 339: Double Feeding Detection Pcb ( Transmission )

    Chapter 10 3) Remove the lower left cover [1]. 2) Free the cable from the edge saddle [1]; then, - 4 screws [2] remove the 4 screws [2] to detach the transceiver unit cover [3]. F-10-92 3) Remove the transceiver PCB [1]. F-10-89 - nut [2] 4) Remove the power code base [1].
  • Page 340: Double Feeding Detection Pcb ( Reception )

    Chapter 10 10.5.32.2 Removing the Double-Feed 4) Remove the fixing/feeding unit cover [1]. - 2 screws [2] Detection Unit (reception) 0011-8286 1) Remove the double-Feed Detection PCB (reception) [1]. - 2 connectors [2] - 4 screws [3] F-10-95 10.5.31.2 Removing the Double-Feed Detection Unit (transmitting) 0011-8285 1) Remove the double-feed Detection PCB...
  • Page 341: Laser Cooling Fan

    Chapter 10 10.5.34 Laser Cooling Fan 2) Remove the fixing motor base [1]. Free the cable from the edge saddle [2]. 10.5.34.1 Removing the Laser Motor - 3 screws [3] - 1 screws [4] Cooling Fan (FM1) 0010-9590 1) Remove the inside upper cover. 2) Disconnect the connector [1], and remove the harness lock [2] from the plate.
  • Page 342: Drum Fan

    Chapter 10 10.5.36 Drum Fan 3) Disconnect the connector [1], and remove the 2 screws [2]; then, detach the pre-transfer 10.5.36.1 Removing the Drum Fan (FM8) charging assembly fan [3]. 0010-9585 1) Remove the HV-DC PCB. 2) Remove the 2 screws [1], and disconnect that connector [2];...
  • Page 343: Power Supply Cooling Fan 2

    Chapter 10 10.5.40 Separation Fan 4) Remove the 2 screws [1], and disconnect the connector [2]; then, detach the power supply 10.5.40.1 Removing the Separation Fan cooling fan [3]. (FM13) 0010-9580 1) Slide out the fixing/feeder unit. 2) Remove the 4 screws [1], and detach the fixing/feeding lower cover (1) [2] and the fixing/feeding lower cover (2) [3].
  • Page 344: Delivery Anti-adhesion Fan

    Chapter 10 10.5.43 Duplex Feed Fan 3) Remove the 2 screws [1], and detach the developing assembly fan [2]. 10.5.43.1 Removing the Duplex Feed Fan (FM19) 0010-9575 1) Remove the duplex unit cover. (4 screws, 3 knobs) 2) Disconnect the connector [1], and remove the 3 screws [2];...
  • Page 345: Separation Heat Discharge Fan

    Chapter 10 10.5.44 Separation Heat Discharge Fan 10.5.46 Fixing Inlet Sensor Motor 10.5.44.1 Removing the Separation Heat 10.5.46.1 Before Starting the Work Discharge Fan (FM20) 0011-7957 1) Open the front cover, and slide out the fixing/ 0010-9574 feeding unit. 1) Remove the rear cover. 2) Remove the fixing assembly.
  • Page 346: Meap

    Chapter 11 MEAP...
  • Page 347: Overview

    Contents Contents 11.1 MEAP................................11-1 11.1.1 Overview ..............................11-1 11.1.2 MEAP Counter ............................11-1 11.1.3 Construction of the MEAP Platform ....................... 11-2...
  • Page 348: Overview

    Chapter 11 11.1 MEAP 11.1.1 Overview 0011-9562 The term MEAP stands for Multifunctional Embedded Application Platform, and is used to generically refer to a platform for software built into MFPs and peripheral equipment. The architecture is based on Java (J2ME, i.e., Java 2 Platform Micro Edition), and is designed to enable the execution of Java applica- tions.
  • Page 349: Construction Of The Meap Platform

    Chapter 11 11.1.3 Construction of the MEAP Platform 0011-9565 In addition to the installation of the system software, language file, and RUI, a printer equipped with MEAP functions calls for the installation of MEAP content, which offers functions (system services) need- ed to run MEAP applications and class libraries needed by the MEAP applications to control the device.
  • Page 350: Rds

    Chapter 12...
  • Page 351 Contents Contents 12.1 RDS................................12- 1 12.1.1 Application operation mode........................ 12- 1 12.1.2 Service Center URL and Port Specification ..................12- 1 12.1.3 Communication test..........................12- 1 12.1.4 Communication log..........................12- 1 12.1.5 Detailed Communication log ......................12- 1 12.1.6 SOAP communication function......................12- 1 12.1.7 Resend at SOAP transmission error ....................
  • Page 352: Application Operation Mode

    Chapter 12 12.1 RDS 12.1.1 Application operation mode 0011-6831 Serviceman selects the operation mode of OFF/ON by the setting in e-RDS setting screen of the service mode. (Menu Screen: E-RDS) - OFF (default): e-RDS doesn't operate. - ON: e-RDS operates every function. 12.1.2 Service Center URL and Port Specification 0011-6832 The URL and the port number of the equipment information destination can be specified as follows.
  • Page 353: Resend At Soap Transmission Error

    Chapter 12 (3) When jam or alarm/service call error is detected from the device, e-RDS transmits to UGW. - Transmission of alert code(Counter information is transmitted at the same time. ) When the state of the device changes, e-RDS sends the alert code list. The main alert codes used are Toner LOW/OUT, Jam, and Door open.
  • Page 354: E-rds Setting Screen

    Chapter 12 12.1.8 e-RDS setting screen 0011-6838 The e-RDS setting screen is in the service mode screen. When the tab above is selected on any e-RDS setting screen, it changes to the mid item screen. Moreover, it returns to previous screen when reset key is pressed. Menu Screen F-12-1 Setting screen of e-RDS.
  • Page 355 Chapter 12 Log list screen F-12-2 History list of communication test error (error generation date, error code and error information) is dis- played. When the each line is selected (touched), it shifts to "Log detailed screen". It shifts to "Menu screen" by the [Function] > [INSTALL]. The list screen changes by a right arrow or a left arrow.
  • Page 356: Sleep Operation

    Chapter 12 Log detailed screen F-12-3 Detailed information of individual communication test error is displayed. Refer to the displayed message to "Error message list". It shifts to "Log list screen" by the [OK] button pressing. Maximum length of error information: 128 characters (not include NULL) 12.1.9 Sleep operation 0011-6839 When there is a method that should be transmitted while e-RDS is operating (ON), e-RDS wakes from the...
  • Page 357: E-rds Setting (maintenance)

    Chapter 12 12.1.11 e-RDS Setting (Maintenance) 0011-6841 A. Display the Menu screen of e-RDS from the service mode. A-1. Shift to the service mode - Press [Additional Functions (*)] key. - Press 2 and 8 of the numeric keys at the same time. - Press [Additional Functions (*)] key.
  • Page 358: Error Message

    Chapter 12 12.1.13 Error message 0011-6843 Error information displayed in "Log list screen" or "Log detailed screen" is as follows. Notes: Only the first part of error information is displayed in "Log list screen". Maximum length of error information in "Log detailed screen": 128 characters (not include NULL) When the communication test is not completed end e-RDS is 1 (ON), following string is displayed: "SUSPEND: Communication test is not performed."...
  • Page 359 Chapter 12 Error string Cause Counter Measure Server response error UGW returns the error but communication to After waiting for a while, try again. (Hexadecimal) UGW is succeeded. (Hexadecimal) displayed after the message is error code that UGW returns. [server side detailed error] is added at the end of error information only at this error.
  • Page 360 Chapter 13 Maintenance & Inspection...
  • Page 361 Contents Contents 13.1 Periodically Replaced Parts ........................13- 1 13.1.1 Overview ............................... 13- 1 13.1.2 Machine Proper............................ 13- 1 13.2 Durables and Consumables........................13- 1 13.2.1 Overview ............................... 13- 1 13.2.2 Machine Proper............................ 13- 2 13.3 Scheduled Servicing Basic Procedure ....................13- 4 13.3.1 Scheduled Servicing Basic Procedure .....................
  • Page 362: Periodically Replaced Parts

    Chapter 13 13.1 Periodically Replaced Parts 13.1.1 Overview 0010-9503 Some parts of the machine must be replaced on a periodical basis to ensure a specific level of machine performance. (They are likely to affect the performance once they fail even in the absence of external change or damage.) Whenever possible, plan their replacement so that it will coincide with a scheduled service visit.
  • Page 363: Machine Proper

    Chapter 13 13.2.2 Machine Proper 0010-9507 T-13-2 As of Nov 2005 No. Parts name Parts No. Q'ty Life Remarks (pages) Developing cylinder FB6-2370-020 1 1,000,000 Developing assembly roll FS5-6579-000 2 1,000,000 Cleaner separation claw FB4-8018-000 3 500,000 if high temperature/humidity, 250,000 prints Cleaning blade FB6-2720-000 1...
  • Page 364 Chapter 13 As of Nov 2005 No. Parts name Parts No. Q'ty Life Remarks (pages) Feeding roller FB6-0615-000 8 500,000 actual number of prints (deck, cassette) (2 pc. for each paper source) actual number may be checked in service mode* left deck: LD-FD-RL right deck: RD-FD-RL cassette 3: C3-FD-RL...
  • Page 365: Scheduled Servicing Basic Procedure

    Chapter 13 13.3 Scheduled Servicing Basic Procedure 13.3.1 Scheduled Servicing Basic Procedure 0010-9511 1. As a rule, perform schedule servicing every 500,000 prints. 2. Before setting out for a visit, check the service book, and take parts for which replacement is expected. 3.
  • Page 366 Chapter 13 T-13-4 Step Work Remarks Clean the optical assembly: Use a blower brush. If dirt - No. 1/2/3 mirror resists removal, use - dust-blocking glass alcohol. - scanning lamp reflecting plate - standard white plate Check the optical system: Check the area around the cable.
  • Page 367: Scheduled Servicing Chart

    Chapter 13 13.3.2 Scheduled Servicing Chart 0010-9512 Do not use solvents other than those indicated. T-13-5 Unit name Location Maintenance intervals Remarks upon every every installation 500,000 1,000,000 prints prints Externals/controls copyboard glass clean ozone filter clean replace Remove the dust from the (FM2, FM8, FM20) filter surface.
  • Page 368 Chapter 13 Unit name Location Maintenance intervals Remarks upon every every installation 500,000 1,000,000 prints prints electrode of stop ring clean Clean the following using for drum heater lubricate alcohol, and apply FY9- 6008 on the charge collecting brush: - electrode of slip ring - wall surface of protrusion on electrode - charge colleting brush...
  • Page 369: Scheduled Maintenance Work Procedure

    Chapter 13 Other than the iR7086 iR7086 Ozone filter for FM8 Ozone filter Ozone fil for FM8 ter for FM20 Ozone filer Dust filter for FM20 for FM501 Dust filter Ozone filter for FM502 Ozone filter Dust filter for FM2 for FM2 for FM1 Dust filter...
  • Page 370 Chapter 13 5) Release the 2 locks [1] of the slide rail, and 9) Remove the rear toner receptacle [4], and slide the fixing/transport unit [2] farther toward remove the toner from the rear toner receptacle. the front. F-13-4 6) With the cleaner assembly [1] slid halfway out, remove the screw [2] (1 pc.
  • Page 371 Chapter 13 4) While forcing the lint-free paper against the photosensitive drum, wipe it as if to rub it from the front to the rear and then from the rear to the front. F-13-9 10) Remove the cleaning blade from the cleaning blade assembly.
  • Page 372 Chapter 13 Keep the blade using the plate, and tighten the screws. - fully tighten screws 6 through 10. 13) Apply toner to the edge of the cleaning blade where the blade comes into contact with the photosensitive drum, and mount the blade: Blade reinforcing plate Blade support plate Blade retainer...
  • Page 373: Points To Note About Schedule Servicing

    Chapter 13 13.3.4 Points to Note About Schedule Servicing 0010-9515 - Make a thorough check to see that there is no melting, thermal deformation, cracking, or discoloration (yellowish) caused by leakage in the block (front, rear). If any abnormal condition is noted, replace it with a new one as soon as possible.
  • Page 374 Chapter 13 T-13-6 Item Tool/solvent Remarks pre-exposure lamp alcohol cleaning copyboard glass alcohol cleaning scanning lamp lint-free paper dry wiping standard white plate lint-free paper dry wiping reflecting plate blower brush cleaning No. 1 through No. 3 mirrors blower brush or lint-free cleaning or blowing;...
  • Page 375 Chapter 14 Standards & Adjustments...
  • Page 376 Contents Contents 14.1 Image Adjustment Basic Procedure ......................14- 1 14.1.1 Making Pre-Checks ..........................14- 1 14.1.2 Making Checks on the Printer Side (Checking the Images) ............14- 1 14.1.3 Making Checks on the Printer Side (Checking the Density Slope)..........14- 2 14.1.4 Making Checks on the Printer Side (Checking the Solid Black Density) ........
  • Page 377 Contents 14.8.6 Orientation of the Feeding Roller of the Side Paper Deck ............14- 26 14.8.7 Adjusting the Pressure of the Deck/Cassette Separation Roller..........14- 26 14.8.8 Adjusting the Pressure of the Pickup/Feeding Roller of the Manual .........14- 26 14.8.9 Location of the solenoids ........................14- 27 14.8.10 Position of the Fixing Web Solenoid (SL2) ..................
  • Page 378: Image Adjustment Basic Procedure

    Chapter 14 14.1 Image Adjustment Basic Procedure 14.1.1 Making Pre-Checks 0010-9293 Clean the following: 1. Grid wire 2. Primary charging wire 3. Pre-transfer charging wire 4. Transfer charging wire Check the following: 1. Charging wire for height Make 2 copies each of the NA3 Chart for the following: 1.
  • Page 379: Making Checks On The Printer Side (checking The Solid Black Density)

    Chapter 14 14.1.3 Making Checks on the Printer Side (Checking the Density Slope) 0010-9296 Check the image using PG6. Is there Go to difference in density between front and "Checking the Solid Black Density" rear? Is it lighter at the rear? Turn the adjusting Turn the adjusting screw at the front of...
  • Page 380: Making Checks On The Printer Side (checking For Fogging)

    Chapter 14 14.1.4 Making Checks on the Printer Side (Checking the Solid Black Density) 0010-9297 Check PG7 (solid black). Is the output Go to free of fuzziness and the "Checking for fogging" density correct? Make the following selections in service mode: COPIER>DISPLAY>DPOT>VDM.
  • Page 381: Making Checks On The Printer Side (checking For Fogging)

    Chapter 14 14.1.5 Making Checks on the Printer Side (Checking for fogging) 0010-9298 Check PG4 (blank) Go to Is the output foggy? "Checking Halftone Density" Make the following in service mode: COPIER>DISPLAY>DPOT>VDM. Check the potential Is the reading of control system; if <VDM>...
  • Page 382: Making Checks On The Reader Unit

    Chapter 14 14.1.7 Making Checks on the Reader Unit 0011-8646 *: model w/ DADF-Q1 (non-Japanese model: iR7105/7095; Japanese model: iR7105/7095/7086N) **: model w/ DADF-M1 (non-Japanese model: iR7086) <Making Image Initial Checks> <Checking the Density Slope> Is there a difference Are there vertical in density between lines in the images? front and rear?
  • Page 383 Chapter 14 *: model w/ DADF-Q1 (non-Japanese model: iR7105/7095; Japanese model: iR7105/7095/7086N) **: model w/ DADF-M1 (non-Japanese model: iR7086) Execute the following service mode item: 1) COPIER>FUNCTION>CCD>CCD-ADJ 2) COPIER>FUNCTION>CCD>LUT-ADJ** Perform the instructions Is the white under “Checking for background foggy? Fogging”...
  • Page 384: Potential Control System Conversion Table

    Chapter 14 *: model w/ DADF-Q1 (non-Japanese model: iR7105/7095; Japanese model: iR7105/7095/7086N) **: model w/ DADF-M1 (non-Japanese model: iR7086) <Checking Halftone Density> When the A3 Chart is copied in text/photo End. mode, is the density of No.8 optimum when compared with Nos.7 through 9? If it is too dark, If it is too light,...
  • Page 385 Chapter 14 Control [V] Primary [uA] Developing bias Pre-transfer Transfer [uA] Separation [uA] [uA] 3.75 1450 3.80 1440 3.85 1430 3.90 1420 3.95 1410 4.00 1400 +100 4.05 1390 +105 4.10 1380 +110 4.15 1370 +115 4.20 1360 +120 4.25 1350 -101 +125...
  • Page 386 Chapter 14 Control [V] Primary [uA] Developing bias Pre-transfer Transfer [uA] Separation [uA] [uA] 6.30 +124 -268 +330 6.35 +126 -272 +335 6.40 +128 -276 +340 6.45 +130 -280 +345 6.50 +132 -284 +350 6.55 +134 -288 +355 6.60 +135 -292 +360 6.65...
  • Page 387 Chapter 14 Control [V] Primary [uA] Developing bias Pre-transfer Transfer [uA] Separation [uA] [uA] 8.85 +220 -475 +585 8.90 +222 -479 +590 8.95 +224 -483 +595 9.00 +225 -487 +600 9.05 +227 -491 +605 9.10 +229 -495 +610 9.15 +231 -499 +615 9.20...
  • Page 388: Image Adjustments

    Chapter 14 14.2 Image Adjustments 14.2.2 Checking the Image Position 0010-9307 Make prints using the following as the source of paper (10 prints each), and check to see that the 14.2.1 Standards of Image Position image margin and the non-image width are as in- 0010-9306 The image margin/non-image width of a print dicated:...
  • Page 389 Chapter 14 Cassette 3 COPIER > FUNCTION > CST > C3-STMTR COPIER > FUNCTION > CST > C3-A4R Register the paper width basic value for cassette 3. 9-1) Place STMTR paper in the cassette 3, and move the side guide plate to suit the STMTR width.
  • Page 390 Chapter 14 margin by 1 mm). W1=2.5 +/-2.0 mm F-14-20 4) Check to see that the horizontal registration (L; left/right margin) of the images made on paper from the front deck (left/right) is 2.5 +/-1.5 F-14-23 14.2.4 Adjusting the Image Leading Edge Margin 0010-9311 1) Make the following selections in service mode...
  • Page 391: Adjusting The Left/right Non-image Width

    Chapter 14 14.2.5 Adjusting the Left/Right Non-Image 14.3 Scanning System Width 0011-8648 14.3.1 When Replacing Components of 1) Adjust the non-image width in service mode so that it is as indicated: COPIER > ADJUST > the Scanning System <iR7105/7095> ADJ-XY > ADJ-Y. 0011-8722 <Components>...
  • Page 392 Chapter 14 2) Arrange the mirror positioning tool so that it is ready for use in the machine (by changing the pin position; FRONT). F-14-30 F-14-28 4) Secure the end of the cable that has temporarily 3) Fit the pins of the mirror positioning tool (front been fixed in place on the hook of the reader [2];...
  • Page 393: Laser Exposure System

    Chapter 14 14.4 Laser Exposure System 14.4.1 When Replacing the Laser Scanner Unit 0010-9320 There is no special work in conjunction with the replacement of the laser scanner unit. 14.4.2 Checking the Laser Power 0010-9321 1) Check to make sure that the Data lamp in the control panel is OFF, and turn off the main power switch.
  • Page 394: Image Formation System

    Chapter 14 14.5 Image Formation System 14.6 Fixing System 14.5.1 Adjusting the Height of the 14.6.1 Adjusting the Lower Roller Charging Wire Pressure (nip) 0010-9325 0010-9324 The nip width must be as indicated in figure; if T-14-2 not, adjust it using the pressure adjusting nut. Height of charging wire Primary Feed...
  • Page 395: Electrical Components

    Chapter 14 ER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>CA-KEY. If doing so has failed, use the SST to install the key/certif- icate/CA certificate, and execute CA-KEY once again. Points to Note When Executing Service Mode Item CA-KEY If the user has generated/added a key/certificate/ CA certificate on his/her own, executing CA- KEY will also delete these files.
  • Page 396 Chapter 14 3) Turn off and then on the power. Data item deleted Backup possibility MEMO: files yet to be read (those selected for Execution of the following may delete the keys/ timer transmission or reserved for certificates used for encrypted communications transmission) and the CA certificates used for authentication of forms stored for image synthesis...
  • Page 397: After Replacing The Dc Controller Pcb

    Chapter 14 14.7.3 After Replacing the DC Controller 8) Turn off and then on the power. 14.7.4 After Replacing the Reader 0010-9329 Controller PCB <iR7105/7095> 0011-8214 Before Starting the Work (backing up the data) Before Starting the Work (backing up the If possible, perform the following: data) - Using the SST, download the data stored in the...
  • Page 398: After Replacing The Hv-dc Pcb

    Chapter 14 14.7.6 After Replacing the HV-DC PCB the data. 3) Set the values indicated on the service label for 0010-9330 1) Set the values (5 types) indicated on the label their respective service mode items. attached to the new HV-DC PCB for the COPIER >...
  • Page 399: Checking The Surface Potential Control System

    Chapter 14 4) Remove the 2 screws [1], and detach the potential sensor support plate [2]. F-14-40 5) Put back the developing assembly and the process unit. F-14-43 9) Fit the door switch actuator in the door switch 6) Connect the connector [1] of the potential assembly.
  • Page 400 Chapter 14 2. Making Use of Non-Auto Control Mode 2) Remove the developing assembly, and slide If a fault occurs in images, use the mode to find out the process unit. out if the cause is on the input side or output side 3) Disconnect the connector [1] of the potential of the microprocessor on the DC controller PCB.
  • Page 401: Checking The Environment Sensor

    Chapter 14 14) Mount the potential sensor support plate. 15) Turn on the power switch. 14.7.9 Checking the Environment Sensor 0010-9333 1) Checking the Environment Sensor Make the following selections in service mode, and check and record the temperature/ humidity indicated on the screen in the control panel: COPIER >...
  • Page 402: Pickup/feeding System

    Chapter 14 14.8 Pickup/Feeding System 14.8.3 Orientation of the Feeding Roller of the Deck/Cassette Pickup Assembly 0010-9339 14.8.1 Orientation of the Deck/Cassette When mounting the feeding roller assembly to the deck/cassette pickup assembly, be sure that Pickup Roller the belt pulley [2] is to the front of the machine. 0010-9337 The deck/cassette pickup roller may be mounted When mounting the feeding roller [3] to the feed-...
  • Page 403: Orientation Of The Feeding Roller Of The Manual Feed Tray

    Chapter 14 14.8.5 Orientation of the Feeding Roller of the Manual Feed Tray 0010-9342 When mounting the feeding roller assembly [1] to the manual feed tray pickup assembly, be sure that the belt pulley [2] is toward the front of the machine.
  • Page 404: Location Of The Solenoids

    Chapter 14 14.8.9 Location of the solenoids b. If the Fixing Web Is Not New Before removing the solenoid, check the 0011-8945 position [A] of the drive lever when the solenoid [1] is ON. After replacing the solenoid, make adjustments using the screw [2] so that the position of the drive lever is the same (when the solenoid is ON).
  • Page 405: Position Of The Multifeeder Latch Solenoid (sl6)

    Chapter 14 14.8.13 Position of the Multifeeder Latch 14.8.15 Position of the Deck (Left) Pickup Solenoid (SL6) Solenoid (SL8) 0010-9352 0010-9354 Slide the solenoid in the direction of A so that the Use the screw [3] so that the distance from the gap between the shutter [1] and the shutter plate pickup unit bottom face to the bushing bottom [2] is 0.4 -/+ 0.2 mm when the solenoid is drawn.
  • Page 406: Position Of The Side Paper Deck Pickup Roller Releasing Solenoid

    Chapter 14 14.8.17 Position of the Side Paper Deck 14.8.19 Fitting the Drive Belt Pickup Roller Releasing Solenoid 0010-9363 Fit the drive belt to the pulleys and rollers as fol- 0010-9357 lows: Before removing the deck pickup roller releasing solenoid [1] from the support plate, make mental notes of the positions of the 2 fixing screws [2] of Developing/waste toner drive belt the solenoid with reference to the index on the...
  • Page 407 Chapter 15 Correcting Faulty Images...
  • Page 408 Contents Contents 15.1 Making lnitial Checks ..........................15- 1 15.1.1 Checking the Side of Installation....................... 15- 1 15.1.2 Checking the Originals........................15- 1 15.1.3 Checking the Copyboard Cover, Copyboard Glass, and Standard White Plate ....... 15- 1 15.1.4 Checking the Charging Assemblies....................15- 1 15.1.5 Cheiking the Develop Unit........................
  • Page 409: Making Lnitial Checks

    BODY. 15.1.6 Checking the Paper 0010-9370 a. Check to see if the paper is a type recommended by Canon. b. Check to see if the paper is moist. Try paper fresh out of package. 15.1.7 Checking the Periodically Replaced Parts...
  • Page 410: Others

    Chapter 15 15.1.8 Others 0010-9372 In winter, bringing a machine from a cold to warm place can cause the inside of the machine to develop condensation, leading to various problems. MEMO: a. Condensation in the scanning system (glass, mirrors, lenses) will produce darker images. b.
  • Page 411: Outline Of Electrical Components

    Chapter 15 15.2 Outline of Electrical Components 15.2.1 Clutch/Solenoid 15.2.1.1 Clutches 0010-9282 1. Reader Unit The reader unit does not use clutches. 2. Printer Unit T-15-1 Connector No. PART- Notation Parts Name. Parts No. no-stacking DC controller driver PCB Magnet roller drive cluch FH7-5840 CL>1 J504...
  • Page 412: Solenoids

    Chapter 15 15.2.1.2 Solenoids 0010-9283 1. Reader Unit The reader unit does not use solenoids. 2. Printer Unit T-15-2 Connector No. PART- Notation Parts Name Parts No. no-stacking DC controller driver PCB Fixing web solenoid FK2-0034 SL>2 J508 Delivery flapper solenoid FH7-5837 SL>3 J508...
  • Page 413: Motor

    Chapter 15 15.2.2 Motor 15.2.2.1 Motors 0010-9284 1. Reader Unit T-15-3 Notation Parts Name Description Parts No. E code M501 Scanner motor drives the No. 1/No. 2 mirror base FK2-1182 E202 T-15-4 Connector No. Notation I/F PCB Reader controller PCB M501 J306 J205...
  • Page 414 Chapter 15 Notat PART- Parts Name Description Parts No. E code M21 Fixing inlet sensor lift motor drives ascent/descent of the fixing FH6-1542 MTR>21 inlet sensor M22 Sub hopper motor supplies toner to the buffer unit FH6-1543 MTR>22 M23 Toner bottle rotaion motor supplies toner to the sub hopper FK2-0015 MTR>23...
  • Page 415: Fan

    Chapter 15 15.2.3 Fan 15.2.3.1 Fans <iR7086> 0011-8588 1. Reader Unit T-15-5 Connector No. Reader Notation Parts Name Description Parts No. Interface E/Alarm controller code cools the reader J313 J205 33-0003 FM501 Reader cooling fan1 FK2-0636 assembly FM501 F-15-5 2. Printer Unit T-15-6 Notation Parts Name Description...
  • Page 416: Fans

    Chapter 15 FM18 FM21 FM20 FM13 FM15 FM10 FM16 FM11 FM17 FM19 FM12 F-15-6 15.2.3.2 Fans <iR7105/7095> 0010-9285 1. Reader Unit T-15-7 Connector No. Reader Notation Parts Name Description Parts No. Interface E/Alarm controller code Reader cooling fan1 cools the reader FK2-1188 J311 J205...
  • Page 417: Printer Unit

    Chapter 15 2. Printer Unit T-15-8 Notation Parts Name Description Parts No. E code Alarm code polygon mirror cooling cools the laser scanner motor; thermally FH6-1941 E111-1111 insulates the unit from the fixing assembly; prevents soiling of the wire of the primary charging assembly fixing heat discharge fan discharges heat from around the fixing FH6-1545 E805-0001...
  • Page 418: Sensor

    Chapter 15 15.2.4 Sensor 15.2.4.1 Sensor (reader) <iR7105/7095> 0011-9668 PS501 SIZE2 SIZE1 PS502 F-15-9 T-15-9 Connector No. Notatio Reader Name Description Parts No. I/O (RCON) Interface controlle r PCB PS501 ADF open/closed detects the state FK2-0149 P006-7 0:ADF close J301/302 J205 1 sensor (open/closed) of the PS502...
  • Page 419: Sensor (reader)

    Chapter 15 15.2.4.2 Sensor (reader) <iR7086> 0011-9669 PS503 PS502 PS501 SIZE2 SIZE1 F-15-10 T-15-10 Connector No. Notatio Reader Name Description Parts No. I/O (RCON) Interface controller PS501 ADF open/ detects the state (open/closed) of FK2- P006-6 1:HP J310/307 J203 closed 1 sensor the ADF 0149 PS502...
  • Page 420: Sensor 1

    Chapter 15 15.2.4.3 Sensor 1 0010-9286 PS65 PS6 PS66 PS67 PS63 PS64 PS59 PS10 PS28 PS17 PS56 PS11 PS61 PS35 PS61 PS47 PS58 PS14 PS15 PS26 PS18 PS49 PS12 PS48 PS19 PS52 PS51 PS41 PS55 PS54 PS20 PS37 PS27 PS38 PS39 PS24 PS40...
  • Page 421 Chapter 15 Notati Parts Name Description I/O (DCON) PS20 Right deck pickup sensor detects the right deck paper pick up FG6- P003-8 1:paper 8605 present PS21 Right deck lifter sensor detects the right deck lifter FK2- P004-0 1:detects 0149 lifter PS22 Deck right paper sensor detects the paper in the right deck FK2- P004-8...
  • Page 422 Chapter 15 Notati Parts Name Description I/O (DCON) PS51 Right deck paper level detects the right deck level (middle) FK2- P004-4 1:paper middle sensor 0149 present PS52 Right deck paper level detects the right deck level (upper) FK2- P004-5 1:paper upper sensor 0149 present...
  • Page 423 Chapter 15 Connector No. Double feeding Double feeding stacking Notation Name detection PCB detection PCB feeder controller (transmission) (reception) driver PS18 Horizontal registration J3603/ J519 sensor J3602 PS19 Waste toner full sensor J513 PS20 Right deck pickup sensor J511 xx01 PS21 Right deck lifter sensor J511...
  • Page 424 Chapter 15 Connector No. Double feeding Double feeding stacking Notation Name detection PCB detection PCB feeder controller (transmission) (reception) driver PS58 Upper right cover open/ J502 closed sensor PS59 Bottle cover open/closed J512 sensor PS60 Image write start sensor J503 xx18 PS61 Duplex outlet sensor...
  • Page 425: Sensor 2

    Chapter 15 15.2.4.4 Sensor 2 0010-9288 SVR1 SVR2 SVR3 F-15-12 T-15-13 Connector No. Potential Notatio Name Description Parts No. measure controlle ment r PCB Cassette 3 paper length detects cassette 3 paper length FG5-8221 J513 sensor Cassette 4 paper length detects cassette 4 paper length FG5-8221 J514...
  • Page 426: Switch

    Chapter 15 15.2.5 Switch 15.2.5.1 Switches 0010-9289 1. Reader Unit The reader unit does not have any switch. 2. Printer Unit T-15-14 Notation Parts Name Description Parts No. E code Main switch turns on/off the main power FK2-0140 Front cover switch detects the front cover FH7-6253 Drum heater switch...
  • Page 427: Lamps, Heaters, And Others

    Chapter 15 15.2.6 Lamps, Heaters, and Others 15.2.6.1 Heaters, Lamps, and Others 0010-9290 H501 LED1 LED2 H502 ELCB1 F-15-14 T-15-15 Notatio Parts Name Description Parts No. PART-CHK E code Fixing main heater main heater (controls FH7-4707(100V)*1 E000, E001, the fixing roller E002, E003, FH7-4719(200V)*2 temperature)
  • Page 428 Chapter 15 Notatio Parts Name Description Parts No. PART-CHK E code fixing thermal switch serves as a safety FH7-6333 mechanism for the fixing assembly ELCB1 Leakage breaker Leakage breaker FK2-0014(100V) FH7-7626(200V) Hard disk holds programs, images WM2-5225 E602, E609, E610 LED1 pre-exposure lamp removes residual...
  • Page 429: Pcbs

    Chapter 15 15.2.7 PCBs 15.2.7.1 PCBs 0010-9291 1. Reader Unit T-15-17 Notatio Parts Name Parts No. Description Interface PCB FM2-4820 communicates with the printer unit, Reader controller PCB FM2-4819 controls the reader unit CCD/AP PCB FM2-4742 (CCD unit) performs analog image processing Inverter PCB FK2-1251 drives the scanning lamp...
  • Page 430 Chapter 15 Notatio Parts Name Parts No. Description [16] Drum heater control PCB FM2-4360 (100V), Drives the drum heater FM2-4359 (200V) [17] BD PCB FM2-5449 (Laser Detects the laser beam scanner unit) [18] Potential control PCB FG3-4067 Controls the drum surface potential (potential sensor unit) [19]...
  • Page 431: Variable Resistors (vr), Light-emitting Diodes (led), And Check Pins By Pcb

    Chapter 15 15.2.8 Variable Resistors (VR), Light-Emitting Diodes (LED), and Check Pins by PCB 15.2.8.1 Variable Resistors (VR), Light-Emitting Diodes (LED), and Check Pins by PCB 0010-9886 Of the variable VRs, LEDs, and switches used in the machine, those needed when servicing in the field are discussed.
  • Page 432: Dc Controller Pcb

    Chapter 15 15.2.8.3 DC controller PCB 0010-9890 J511 J510 J509 J508 J520 J512 J507 J513 J506 J514 J551 J515 J550 J516 J527 J528 J552 BAT101 J521 J526 J517 J525 J518 J505 VR101 J553 J522 J519 J501 J502 J529 J503 J504 F-15-18 15-24...
  • Page 433 Chapter 16 Self-Diagnosis...
  • Page 434 Contents Contents 16.1 Error Code Table ............................16- 1 16.1.1 Error Code Table ..........................16- 1 16.2 Error Code Details ............................16- 3 16.2.1 Error Code Details ..........................16- 3 16.2.2 Detail in E602 ............................. 16- 15 16.3 Jam Code..............................16- 18 16.3.1 Jam Code (printer)..........................
  • Page 435: Error Code Table

    Chapter 16 16.1 Error Code Table 16.1.1 Error Code Table 0011-6724 T-16-1 Code Description *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan, iR7105/7095; inside Japan: iR7105/7095/7086). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). E000 The fixing unit has overheated. After correcting the fault, be sure to reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR) E001 The fixing unit has overheated.
  • Page 436 Chapter 16 Code Description *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan, iR7105/7095; inside Japan: iR7105/7095/7086). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). E240 ** A fault exists in the communication between the main controller and the DC controller. E248 A fault exists in the following: main controller SRAM, reader controller EEPROM.
  • Page 437: Dc Controller Pcb

    Chapter 16 16.2 Error Code Details 16.2.1 Error Code Details 0011-6725 T-16-2 Code Description Remedial action *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan, iR7105/7095; inside Japan: iR7105/7095/7086). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). E000 The fixing unit has overheated. After correcting the fault, be sure to reset the error.
  • Page 438 Chapter 16 Code Description Remedial action *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan, iR7105/7095; inside Japan: iR7105/7095/7086). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). 0000 The reading of the main thermistor has exceeded 100 Disconnect and then connect J508 of the deg C, but is 70 deg C or less for 2 sec DC controller PCB.
  • Page 439 Chapter 16 Code Description Remedial action *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan, iR7105/7095; inside Japan: iR7105/7095/7086). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). 0000 The waste toner feedscrew is stuck for 4 sec or more. Detach and then attach the waste toner pipe.
  • Page 440 Chapter 16 Code Description Remedial action *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan, iR7105/7095; inside Japan: iR7105/7095/7086). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). 0005 When installation mode Disconnect and then connect the connector (COPIER>FUNCTION>INSTALL>TONER-S) is (J504) of the DC controller PCB. Replace executed, the the developing assembly inside toner developing assembly inside toner sensor does not...
  • Page 441 Chapter 16 Code Description Remedial action *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan, iR7105/7095; inside Japan: iR7105/7095/7086). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). 0001 After the start of horizontal registration HP detection, At the start of horizontal registration the HP sensor is not off within 5 sec detection in the course of printing, the (i.e., not leaving home position).
  • Page 442 Chapter 16 Code Description Remedial action *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan, iR7105/7095; inside Japan: iR7105/7095/7086). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). 0001 The correction data cannot be read from the EEPROM Disconnect and then connect the connector of the laser scanner unit.
  • Page 443 Chapter 16 Code Description Remedial action *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan, iR7105/7095; inside Japan: iR7105/7095/7086). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). E227 The reader unit power supply (24 V) has a fault. 0001 At power-on, the 24V port is off. Disconnect and then connect the reader power supply connector.
  • Page 444 Chapter 16 Code Description Remedial action *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan, iR7105/7095; inside Japan: iR7105/7095/7086). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). 0000 While the belt motor drive signal is on, no lock signal Disconnect and then connect the cable occurs for 100 msec.
  • Page 445 Chapter 16 Code Description Remedial action *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan, iR7105/7095; inside Japan: iR7105/7095/7086). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). 0102 An error has occurred while the encryption processing Turn off and then on the power. Replace area is being initialized.
  • Page 446 Chapter 16 Code Description Remedial action *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan, iR7105/7095; inside Japan: iR7105/7095/7086). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). 1001 An initialization error has occurred at the start of a job. Reset the PDL mechanism. Turn off and then on the power.
  • Page 447 Chapter 16 Code Description Remedial action *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan, iR7105/7095; inside Japan: iR7105/7095/7086). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). 0001 The version of the language file on the HDD and that Update the version of the language file of bootable do not match.
  • Page 448 Chapter 16 Code Description Remedial action *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan, iR7105/7095; inside Japan: iR7105/7095/7086). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). 0000 The fan stop signal has been detected for 5 sec or more Disconnect and then connect J504 of the after the pre-transfer charging DC controller PCB.
  • Page 449: Detail In E602

    Chapter 16 16.2.2 Detail in E602 0011-1102 <E602-XXYY> XX= "00" T-16-3 XX YY Description Action to take The HDD cannot be - Turn off the power, and check the HDD cable. Thereafter, turn off the power. recognized. - Turn on the power, and listen for a sound from the HDD or touch the HDD, to see if the HDD is rotating.
  • Page 450 Chapter 16 XX= "01" to "FF" T-16-4 Occurrence Occurrence at during normal time of start-up execution Partition Description 00,0 10,12, 11,2 13,2 1,02, 14,22, 23,24 Action Action FSTDEV compressed image data (e.g., Box) IMG_MNG file management table, profile FSTCDEV job archiving (changing) APL_GEN general-purpose data TMP_GEN general-purpose data (temporary file) TMP_FAX not used...
  • Page 451 Chapter 16 Description Action - Enter CHK-TYPE in question (for the partition), and execute HD-CLEAR; then, turn off and then back on the power. - Replace the HDD, and reinstall the system software. The machine is designed so that execution of HD-CLEAR is not possible in service mode (so as to prevent loss of information, e.g., address book, filter information).
  • Page 452: Jam Code

    Chapter 16 16.3 Jam Code 16.3.1 Jam Code (printer) 0011-5508 T-16-5 Code Jam type Sensor type Sensor 01xx delay jam See the table 02xx stationary jam 0Axx power-on residual jam 0Bxx door open jam 0C00 double-feeding double-feeding sensor (reception) PS65 Code Sensor type Sensor...
  • Page 453 Chapter 16 Code Sensor type Sensor No. Description 0008 delivery stationary 1 PI13,S9 At time of delivery, the manual feeder registration roller sensor detects the original after it has been moved a specific distance (original length + 100 mm) following the activation of the delivery sensor. 0009 delivery stationary 2 PI13,S9 At time of delivery, the delivery sensor detects the original after it has been moved a specific distance (original length + 100 mm) following the...
  • Page 454 Chapter 16 Code Sensor type Sensor No. Description 0025 pickup fault 2 S3,S2 At time of pickup, the post-registration sensor detects an original before the start of the reversal motor. At time of pickup, the pre-registration roller sensor does not detect the original after it has been moved a specific distance.
  • Page 455 Chapter 16 Code Sensor type Sensor No. Description 0057 1st sheet pre- The 1st sheet is identified as a pre-reversal pickup delay jam (0017). reversal pickup delay 0058 1st sheet pre- S1,PI4 The 1st sheet is identified as a pre-reversal pickup stationary 1 jam reversal pickup (0018).
  • Page 456: Jam Code (dadf-m1)

    Chapter 16 Code Sensor type Sensor No. Description 0085 error PI1,PI2,PI A motor error other than an IPC communication or pickup error has occurred. (less than 3 times) 0090 ADF open PI10 The ADF is identified as being open. 0091 user DF open PI10 The ADF is identified as being open while the machine is operating.
  • Page 457 Chapter 16 Code Sensor Notation Description 0044 registration sensor 1st sheet, registration sensor, stationary 0045 read sensor 1st sheet, read sensor, non arrival 0046 read sensor 1st sheet, read sensor, stationary 0047 delivery reversal sensor 1st sheet, delivery sensor, non arrival 0048 delivery reversal sensor 1st sheet, delivery sensor, stationary...
  • Page 458: Alarm Code

    Chapter 16 16.4 Alarm Code 16.4.1 Alarm Code 0011-5558 T-16-8 Location ffff Alarm error code indication 0804 system fan alarm (detail code: 0004) reader unit (scanner system) 0003 dust detection small 1 0004 dust detection small 2 0005 dust detection small 3 0006 dust detection small 4 0007...
  • Page 459 Chapter 16 Location ffff Alarm fan system 0001 delivery assembly curl-removing fan alarm 0006 developing assembly fan alarm 0007 delivery anti-adhesion fan alarm stapler system (sorter/finisher) 0001 no staple saddle stitcher system 0001 no switch puncher system (sorter/finisher) 0001 punch case full 16-25...
  • Page 460: Service Mode

    Chapter 17 Service Mode...
  • Page 461 Contents Contents 17.1 Outline ................................17- 1 17.1.1 Service mode screen configuration ....................17- 1 17.1.2 Entering or selecting service modes....................17- 2 17.1.3 Exiting service modes ......................... 17- 2 17.1.4 Backing Up Service Mode ........................17- 2 17.1.5 Initial screen............................17- 3 17.1.6 Main/intermediate item screen ......................
  • Page 462 Contents 17.6.4 BOARD..............................17- 87 17.6.4.1 BOARD Items ..........................17- 87 17.7 TEST (Test Print Mode) ...........................17- 88 17.7.1 COPIER..............................17- 88 17.7.1.1 COPIER Items ..........................17- 88 17.8 COUNTER (Counter Mode) ........................17- 89 17.8.1 COPIER..............................17- 89 17.8.1.1 COPIER Items ..........................17- 89...
  • Page 463: Outline

    Chapter 17 17.1 Outline 17.1.1 Service mode screen configuration 0011-5845 As shown below, the service modes use three screen levels: initial screen -> main/intermediate item screen -> sub-item screen. One set of modes are used for normal maintenance (Level 1 modes), and another set are used for trouble- shooting (Level 2 modes).
  • Page 464: Entering Or Selecting Service Modes

    Chapter 17 17.1.2 Entering or selecting service modes 0011-5846 To execute a copier operation using a service mode, remove the cable from the external controller or the cable from the network before entering the desired mode. Take care when using the FUNCTION (opera- tion/inspection mode) mode, as the copier may malfunction and be damaged if a print job is received from outside while an operation is executing with this mode in effect.
  • Page 465: Initial Screen

    Chapter 17 17.1.5 Initial screen 0011-5849 COPIER Initial items FEEDER Touch an item to select it. SORTER BOARD F-17-5 17.1.6 Main/intermediate item screen 0011-5850 Display Adjust Function Option Test Counter Main items Touch an item to VERSION select it. USER ACC-STS ANALOG Intermediate items...
  • Page 466: Display (status Display Mode)

    Chapter 17 Display Adjust Function Option Test Counter <ADJ-XY> < 1/3 > < READY > ADJ-X ← (yyyyy) {aaaaa to bbbbb} xxxxx Range of values that Pressing an item displays Value before change can be entered it in reverse. Entered value ADJ-X PREV NEXT...
  • Page 467 Chapter 17 COPIER > DISPLAY > VERSION Sub item Description Level Use it to indicate the ROM version of a specific PCB (host machine, accessory). - EX: <R-CON XX.YY>XX, where XX indicates a version number while YY indicates an R&D control - In the absence of a PCB, the indication will be <-,->.
  • Page 468 Chapter 17 COPIER > DISPLAY > VERSION Sub item Description Level Use it to indicate the ROM version of a specific PCB (host machine, accessory). - EX: <R-CON XX.YY>XX, where XX indicates a version number while YY indicates an R&D control - In the absence of a PCB, the indication will be <-,->.
  • Page 469 Chapter 17 COPIER > DISPLAY > ACC-STS Sub item Description Level Use it to indicate the connection of a network board. 0: connected 1: Ethernet board connected 2: TokenRing board connected 3: Ethernet board and TokenRing board connected PS/PCL not used RIP1 not used NETWA...
  • Page 470 Chapter 17 <JAM> F-17-9 A touch on any Jam Indication screen will bring up the Detail screen of the jam in question. [1] to previous page [2] to next page [3] number indicating order of jam occurrence [4] type of jam [5] sensor in question [6] to previous jam screen [7] to next jam screen...
  • Page 471 Chapter 17 CODE: jam code P: source of paper Code Description right deck left deck cassette 3 cassette 4 side paper deck manual feeder tray duplexing assembly inserter for finisher (upper) inserter for finisher (lower) for future use for future use CNTR: reading of soft counter for source of paper SIZE: paper size The jam detail screen can only display jam codes that occur in the units shown below.
  • Page 472 Chapter 17 L: location grouping Code Location grouping main controller DADF finisher reader unit Printer unit PDL board trimmer stacker for future use P: not used <HV-STS> T-17-5 COPIER > DISPLAY > HV-STS Sub item Description Level PRIMAR level of primary charging current in relation to the photosensitive drum resistance detection control mechanism (APVC) (uA) PRI- grid voltage of primary charging (V)
  • Page 473 Chapter 17 <DPOT> T-17-7 COPIER > DISPLAY > DPOT Notes: Except DPOT-K, the value indicated is in relation to the most recent potential control. Sub item Description Level DPOT-K photopositive drum surface potential (real-time indication) rage: 0 to 600 VL1T light area potential target value (for copier) range: 0 to 600 VL1M...
  • Page 474 Chapter 17 <ALARM-2> No.: number indicating order of alarm occurrence (the higher the number, the older the alarm) DATE: date of alarm occurrence TIME1: time of alarm occurrence TIME2: time of alarm recovery CODE: code of alarm location DTL: detail code of alarm CNTR: total counter reading at time of alarm occurrence <ENVRNT>...
  • Page 475: Feeder

    Chapter 17 17.2.2 FEEDER 17.2.2.1 FEEDER Items 0011-6093 T-17-9 FEEDER > DISPLAY *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan: iR7105/7095; inside Japan: All model). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). Sub item Description Level FEEDSIZ indicates the size of the original detected by the ADF TRY- indicates the distance moved by the original width detecting slider (for detection of the width WIDE **...
  • Page 476: I/o (i/o Display Mode)

    Chapter 17 17.3 I/O (I/O Display Mode) 17.3.1 Overview 0011-6141 The following screen appears in response to: COPIER>I/O DISPLAY. DC-CON R-CON FEEDER SORTER MN-CON F-17-12 <Guide to Screen> P001 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX F-17-13 17-14...
  • Page 477: Dc-con

    Chapter 17 17.3.2 <DC-CON> 0011-6142 T-17-10 Addres Description Notation Remarks P001 laser scanner motor cooling fan stop detection signal fixing heat discharge fan stop detection signal 1: off laser scanner fan stop detection signal 1: off not used curl-removing fan stop detection signal 1: off bottle motor error detection signal 1: error...
  • Page 478 Chapter 17 Addres Description Notation Remarks P003 buffer inside toner sensor 0: toner absent buffer inside toner lower limit sensor 0: toner absent developing assembly inside toner sensor 0: toner absent fixing web length sensor 1: no web fixing web length warning sensor 1: no web alert toner bottle sensor PS67...
  • Page 479 Chapter 17 Addres Description Notation Remarks P006 drum motor lock detection 0: constant speed laser scanner motor lock detection 0: constant speed fixing motor lock detection 0: constant speed primary charging error detection PCB11 1: error transfer charging error detection PCB11 1: error transfer charging error detection...
  • Page 480 Chapter 17 Addres Description Notation Remarks P009 vibration motor 1 1: ON vibration motor 2 1: ON separation fan full speed FM13 1: ON not used curl-removing fan full speed 1: ON developing fan full speed FM15 1: ON developing fan half speed FM15 1: ON not used...
  • Page 481 Chapter 17 Addres Description Notation Remarks P014 buffer inside magnet roller drive clutch 1: ON sub hopper inside toner feed clutch CL23 1: ON right deck pickup solenoid 1: ON manual feed pickup latch solenoid (return) 1: ON manual feed latch solenoid (pull) 1: ON double-feeding detection PCB (reception) power PCB33...
  • Page 482 Chapter 17 Addres Description Notation Remarks P021 for check download control (reserved) horizontal registration sensor clock signal 4-7 not used P022 model switchover 1 model switchover 0 registration clutch brake registration roller clutch model switchover 2 relay SNS not used not used P023 0-7 factory mode...
  • Page 483 Chapter 17 Addres Description Notation Remarks P027 side paper deck open switch L: OPEN side paper deck paper present H: prevented side paper deck pickup position sensor H: ON side paper deck pickup sensor on H: ON side paper deck pull-off sensor on H: ON side paper deck pickup solenoid H: ON...
  • Page 484: R-con

    Chapter 17 17.3.3 <R-CON> 0011-6143 <iR7105 / iR7095> shading RAM chip select T-17-11 Addre Description Remarks P001 reader heat discharge fan 1 stop detection 1: off reader heat discharge fan 1 1: ON reader heat discharge fan 2 stop detection 1: off reader heat discharge fan 2 1: ON...
  • Page 485 Chapter 17 Addre Description Remarks P006 not used for factory mode original size detection control signal 1: ON main scanning detection signal 0: ON image lead edge signal 0: ON scanner home position signal 0: HPdetected not used copyboard closed detection signal 0: closed P007 address bus...
  • Page 486: R-con>

    24V power supply monitor 0: normal not used scanner motor clock 13V power supply monitor 0: normal Canon Denshi switchover 0: Cannon Denshi DDIS IF(SCPRDY) 0: operation enabled P003 DDIS serial communication (TxD) ADF serial communication (TxD)
  • Page 487: Feeder

    Chapter 17 Address Description Remarks P007 address bus 16 address bus 17 address bus 18 not used ADF pickup motor lock interrupt input ADF read motor lock interrupt input ADF delivery reversal motor lock interrupt input P008 lamp on signal 1: ON CCD drive on signal 1: ON...
  • Page 488 Chapter 17 Addres Notati Description Remarks P004 not used not used original sensor 0: original present original trail edge sensor 1: original present 24VP down detection 1: 17 V or less 24VL down detection 1: 17 V or less 13V down detection 1: 10 V or less manual feeder registration roller sensor 1: original present...
  • Page 489 Chapter 17 Addres Notati Description Remarks P011 delivery flapper solenoid 0: plunger pulled delivery flapper solenoid 0: plunger returned not used sensor power supply (+5R) ON/OFF 1: 5V ON 4-7 not used P012 7-segment LED (D) 7-segment LED (E) 7-segment LED (C ) 7-segment LED (G) 7-segment LED (B) 7-segment LED (F)
  • Page 490: Feeder

    Chapter 17 17.3.6 <FEEDER> 0011-6147 <iR7086> T-17-14 Address Description Remarks P001 read sensor 0: paper present registration sensor 1: paper present delivery reversal sensor 0: paper present ADF cover open/closed sensor 0: ADF open not used P002 delivery reversal motor current setting 1 delivery reversal motor current setting 2 release motor current setting 1 release motor current setting 2...
  • Page 491: Sorter

    Chapter 17 17.3.7 <SORTER> 0011-6145 T-17-15 Address Description Remarks P001 shift transport motor FG buffer motor FG punch motor FG inlet motor FG punch RX interrupt punch TX interrupt trimmer RX interrupt trimmer TX interrupt stack delivery clock pre-buffer transport motor FG not used folding motor FG saddle press motor encoder clock...
  • Page 492 Chapter 17 Address Description Remarks P004 address bus not used delivery motor FG ARCNET-INT stack tray idle movement detection download hard latch command download hard latch input download latch release light signal (lower order) light signal (upper order) read signal not used clock output P005...
  • Page 493 Chapter 17 Address Description Remarks P010 LED4 (for indication of presence of paper) 1: ON not used saddle butting motor CCW 1: CW saddle butting motor CW 1: CCW saddle butting transport motor PWM 0: ON saddle folding transport motor PWM 0: ON saddle folding transport motor CCW 1: CW...
  • Page 494 Chapter 17 Address Description Remarks P014 rear alignment motor clock rear alignment motor CW rear alignment motor current switchover not used front alignment motor clock front alignment motor CW front alignment motor current switchover IH not used front bin shift motor phase A front bin shift motor phase B front bin shift motor current switchover not used...
  • Page 495 Chapter 17 Address Description Remarks P018 not used saddle lead edge stopper motor phase A saddle lead edge stopper motor phase B saddle lead edge stopper current 1: retained not used saddle flapper solenoid 1 1: ON saddle flapper solenoid 2 1: ON 10-15 not used P019...
  • Page 496 Chapter 17 Address Description Remarks P023 shift transport motor clock shift transport motor CW 1: CCW shift transport motor current switchover 1 shift transport motor current switchover 2 not used fan on signal 1: ON Z-fold release solenoid 1: ON Z-fold lock solenoid 1: ON Z-fold inlet flapper solenoid...
  • Page 497 Chapter 17 Address Description Remarks P026 paper surface sensor A/D input selector 1 paper surface sensor A/D input selector 2 paper surface sensor A/D input selector 3 not used lower tray motor clock lower tray motor CW 1: CW lower tray motor current switchover 1 lower tray motor current switchover 2 upper tray motor clock (sample tray) upper tray motor CW (sample tray)
  • Page 498 Chapter 17 Address Description Remarks P029 upper tray paper sensor 1: paper present lower tray paper sensor 1: paper present waste staple case full detection 1 1: not set/full puncher unit detection 0: present stapling position 1 1: OK stapling position 2 1: OK stapling position 3 1: OK...
  • Page 499 Chapter 17 Address Description Remarks P032 check SW8 check SW7 check SW6 check SW5 check SW4 check SW3 check SW2 check SW1 puncher check 2 puncher check 1 puncher check 0 for adjustment 0 for adjustment 1 for adjustment 2 for adjustment 3 for adjustment 4 P033...
  • Page 500: Mn-cont

    Chapter 17 17.3.8 <MN-CONT> 0011-6149 Address Description Remarks P001 0-15 for R&D P002 reader multi-purpose signal reader power signal printer start-up signal printer multi-purpose signal reader start-up signal printer power signal 10-15 for R&D P003 for R&D not used 7-15 for R&D P004 0-15...
  • Page 501: Adjust (adjustment Mode)

    Chapter 17 17.4 ADJUST (Adjustment Mode) 17.4.1 COPIER 17.4.1.1 COPIER Items 0011-5822 <AE> T-17-16 COPIER > ADJUST > AE Sub item Description Level AE-TBL Use it to adjust the character density for image density adjustment. range: 1 to 9 A higher setting will increase the density of characters. A lower setting will decrease the density of characters.
  • Page 502 Chapter 17 <CCD> T-17-18 COPIER > ADJUST > CCD *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan: iR7105/7095; inside Japan: All model). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). Sub item Description Level CCD, shading-related adjustment Use it to enter the white level target value for shading correction. TRGT Procedure Execute the following: COPIER >...
  • Page 503 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > DEVELOP Notes: At times, the value indicated for the following items may differ before and after input (maximum of +/-3). The fact has to do with how the indication values are computed, and will not affect the operation of the machine.
  • Page 504 Chapter 17 <BLANK> T-17-22 COPIER > ADJUST > BLANK Sub item Description Level Be sure to enter the value indicated on the service label if you have replaced the DC controller PCB or initialized the RAM. BLANK-T Use it to enter the image lead edge non-image width adjustment value. range: 0 to 2362 A higher setting will increase the non-image width.
  • Page 505 Chapter 17 <HV-TR> T-17-25 COPIER > ADJUST > HV-TR Sub item Description Level Notes: At times, the indicated value for the fogging items may differ before and after input (maximum of +/-3). The fact has to do with the way indicated values are computed, and will not affect the operation of the machine. TR-N1 Use it to enter the output adjustment value of the transfer charging current.
  • Page 506 Chapter 17 <HV-SP> T-17-26 COPIER > ADJUST > HV-SP Sub item Description Level Notes: At times, the indicated value for the following items may differ before and after input (maximum of +/-3). The fact has to do with the way indicated values are computed, and will not affect the operation of the machine.
  • Page 507 Chapter 17 <CST-ADJ> T-17-28 COPIER > ADJUST > CST-ADJ Sub item Description Level Use it to make adjustments related to the cassette/manual feeder tray. Be sure to enter the value indicated on the service label if you have replaced the DC controller PCB or initialized the RAM.
  • Page 508: Feeder

    Chapter 17 17.4.2 FEEDER 17.4.2.1 FEEDER Items 0011-6094 <ADJUST> T-17-30 FEEDER > ADJUST *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan: iR7105/7095; inside Japan: All model). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). Sub item Description Level DOCST Use it to adjust the original stop position for ADF mode (pickup from the original tray). range: -30 to 30 (unit: 0.5 mm) A higher value decreases the lead edge margin.
  • Page 509: Function (operation/inspection Mode)

    Chapter 17 17.5 FUNCTION (Operation/Inspection Mode) 17.5.1 COPIER 17.5.1.1 COPIER Items 0011-5844 <INSTALL> T-17-32 COPIER > FUNCTION > INSTALL Sub item Description Level TONER- Use it to stir the toner inside the developing assembly at time of installation. Procedure 1) Select the item to highlight. 2) The message "Check the Developer"...
  • Page 510 Chapter 17 <CCD> T-17-33 COPIER > FUNCTION > CCD *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan: iR7105/7095; inside Japan: All model). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). Sub item Description Level CCD- Use it to execute CCD auto adjustment. <Procedure>...
  • Page 511 Chapter 17 <DPC> T-17-35 COPIER > FUNCTION > DPC Sub item Description Level OFST Use it to adjust the offset of the potential sensor. Do not execute this item on its own. It is part of a series of operations performed when replacing the potential sensor unit.
  • Page 512 Chapter 17 <FIXING> T-17-38 COPIER > FUNCTION > FIXING Sub item Description Level NIP-CHK Use it to adjust the fixing nip width. Make test prints for measurement of the fixing nip width. <Procedure> 1) Make about 20 A4 prints using the test sheet. 2) Place A4 paper in the manual feeder tray.
  • Page 513 Chapter 17 <Input Key Names and Screen Indications> Indications Indications Indications 0 to 9,#,* 0 to 9,#,* Initial Setup/ USER Authenticate Register Reset RESET Start START Help Stop STOP Clear CLEAR Check Counter BILL <PART-CHK> T-17-40 COPIER > FUNCTION > PART-CHK Sub item Description Level...
  • Page 514 Chapter 17 <Clutch> Name Code Name Name manual feeder tray pickup deck (left) pickup clutch 15 registration brake clutch (CL3) clutch (CL7) (CL11) cassette 3 pickup clutch vertical path 2 clutch (CL9) 16 manual feeder tray transport (CL12) clutch (CL18) vertical path 3 clutch (CL13) 10 pre-registration clutch (CL5) 17 buffer inside magnet roller...
  • Page 515 Chapter 17 <CLEAR> T-17-41 COPIER > FUNCTION > CLEAR *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan: iR7105/7095; inside Japan: All model). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). Sub item Description Level Use it to reset an error code. <Procedure>...
  • Page 516 Chapter 17 COPIER > FUNCTION > CLEAR *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan: iR7105/7095; inside Japan: All model). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). Sub item Description Level Use it to reset user mode settings. - backup data for copier control panel (user settings) - backup data for common settings (user settings) - various backup data (user settings) The settings will be reset when the main power is turned off and then back on.
  • Page 517 Chapter 17 <MISC-R> T-17-42 COPIER > FUNCTION > MISC-R Sub item Description Level SCANLA Use it to turn on the scanning lamp. <Procedure> 1) Select the item. 2) Press the OK key so that the scanning lamp goes on and remains on for about 3 sec. <MISC-P>...
  • Page 518 Chapter 17 COPIER > FUNCTION > MISC-P Sub item Description Level PJH-P-2 Use it to print out the data on the history of print jobs with details. (all jobs) <Procedure> 1) Select the item. 2) Press the OK key to obtain a printout. P-TR- Use it to check the activation of the pre-transfer exposure lamp.
  • Page 519: Feeder

    Chapter 17 COPIER > FUNCTION > SYSTEM Sub item Description Level Use it to initialize the partition selected using CHK-TYPE. CLEAR <Procedure> 1) Select the item. 2) Press the OK key. 3) Turn off and then on the main power so that initialization starts. Do not turn off the power while initialization is under way.
  • Page 520 Chapter 17 FEEDER > FUNCTION *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan: iR7105/7095; inside Japan: All model). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). Sub item Description Level TRY- Use it to execute auto adjustment on paper width detection reference point 1 for the original LTR ** pickup tray of the ADF.
  • Page 521: Sorter

    Chapter 17 FEEDER > FUNCTION *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan: iR7105/7095; inside Japan: All model). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). Sub item Description Level SL-ON ** Use it to start the operation of the solenoid. <Procedure>...
  • Page 522: Option (machine Settings Mode)

    5) Turn off and then back on the main power switch. XXYYZZAA XX: country (e.g., JP=Japan) YY: language (e.g., ja=Japanese) ZZ: destination (e.g., 00=Canon) AA: paper size series (00=AB; 01=inch; 02=A; 03=inch/AB) TR-SP- Use it to change the transfer/separation output settings for pickup from the right deck.
  • Page 523 Chapter 17 COPIER > OPTION > BODY *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan: iR7105/7095; inside Japan: All model). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). Sub item Description Level TR-SP- Use it to change the transfer/separation output setting for pickup from the left deck. settings 0: plain paper (defeat);...
  • Page 524 Chapter 17 COPIER > OPTION > BODY *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan: iR7105/7095; inside Japan: All model). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). Sub item Description Level LDAP- Use it to indicate whether or not to add a LDAP search switch. Indicates whether or not to add 'Object Class' and 'SrchNameRow' (Search Name Row) to the pull-down list showing the normal set of conditions (name, group, organization unit, e-mail).
  • Page 525 Chapter 17 COPIER > OPTION > BODY *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan: iR7105/7095; inside Japan: All model). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). Sub item Description Level OVLP- Use it to enable/disable double-feeding detection mechanism. 0: disable; 1: enable ABC- Use it to switch over original background processing.
  • Page 526 Chapter 17 COPIER > OPTION > BODY *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan: iR7105/7095; inside Japan: All model). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). Sub item Description Level DRUM- Use it to select an appropriate drum cleaning performance enhancement mode (stop sequence). - use it if cleaning faults occur.
  • Page 527 Chapter 17 COPIER > OPTION > BODY *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan: iR7105/7095; inside Japan: All model). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). Sub item Description Level THICK- Use it to set potential control for heavy paper mode. settings 0: use the value determined at time of potential control for plain paper mode (default) 1: use the value determined at time of potential control for transparency mode...
  • Page 528 Chapter 17 COPIER > OPTION > BODY *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan: iR7105/7095; inside Japan: All model). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). Sub item Description Level ORG- Use it to select special paper sizes (not recognized when the ADF is in use). settings 0: Letter (default);...
  • Page 529 Chapter 17 COPIER > OPTION > BODY *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan: iR7105/7095; inside Japan: All model). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). Sub item Description Level Use it to set restrictions on the use of NTLM authentication for SMTP authentication. NTLM settings 0: depend on SMTP server (default);...
  • Page 530 Chapter 17 COPIER > OPTION > BODY *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan: iR7105/7095; inside Japan: All model). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). Sub item Description Level LPD- Use it to set the LPD port number. PORT settings 1 to 65535 (default: 515)
  • Page 531 Chapter 17 COPIER > OPTION > USER *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan: iR7105/7095; inside Japan: All model). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). Sub item Description Level COUNTE Use it to set soft counter 1 for the user mode screen. settings 101: total 1 (fixed) COUNTE...
  • Page 532 Chapter 17 COPIER > OPTION > USER *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan: iR7105/7095; inside Japan: All model). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). Sub item Description Level TRAY- Use it to select the delivery tray. (finisher) Use it to select the target of delivery for the following: multiple originals, copy count at 1, sort selected, special tray A and B.
  • Page 533 Chapter 17 COPIER > OPTION > USER *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan: iR7105/7095; inside Japan: All model). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). Sub item Description Level DATE- Use it to switch between date notations. settings 0: YYMM/DD;...
  • Page 534 Chapter 17 COPIER > OPTION > USER *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan: iR7105/7095; inside Japan: All model). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). Sub item Description Level JOB- Use it to set job intervals for an interrupt. INVL settings 0: continue with next job immediately for interrupt (default)
  • Page 535 Chapter 17 COPIER > OPTION > USER *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan: iR7105/7095; inside Japan: All model). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). Sub item Description Level AFN- Use it to set restrictions on access in user mode. PSWD settings 0: off (shift to user mode scan without requiring password;...
  • Page 536 Chapter 17 COPIER > OPTION > CST Sub item Description item CST-U3 Use it to specify the name of paper in a paper size group (U3). When any of the special size papers is specified for U3, the paper may be used as a special size paper for U3 (universal cassette).
  • Page 537 Chapter 17 <INT-FACE> T-17-52 COPIER > OPTION > INT-FACE Sub item Description Level IMG- Use it to indicate the connection of a PS print server unit. CONT settings 0: PS print server unit not connected (default); 3: PS print server unit connected AP-OPT Use it to enable/disable printing from a PS print server unit application (PrintME).
  • Page 538 Chapter 17 COPIER > OPTION > LCNS-TR Indication EX: ST-XXXX 1 <-( 0) [0 to 0] [1] [2] [1] status indication; 0: not installed (default); 1: installed [2] invalidation execution; 0: invalidation execution (accepts only 0) <Invalidation Transfer> 1) Select SET-XXXX, and type in '0'; then press the OK key. 2) See that TR-XXXX indicates a license number (24 characters) for transfer.
  • Page 539: Soft Counter Specifications

    Chapter 17 Stacker 00010001 Finisher 00001001 -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- F-17-14 [1] Names of connected accessories [2] IDs of connected accessories (unique, 8-character) [3] Order of connection 17.6.1.2 Soft Counter Specifications 0011-6022 T-17-55 Counter description Support total 1 total 2...
  • Page 540 Chapter 17 Counter description Support total A (large) total A (small) total A (full color 1) total A (full color 2) total A (black-and-white 1) total A (black-and-white 2) total A (mono color; large) total A (mono color; small) total A (black-and-white; large) total A (black-and-white;...
  • Page 541 Chapter 17 T-17-56 Counter description Support copy (total 1) copy (total 2) copy (large) copy (small) copy A (total 1) copy A (total 2) copy A (large) copy A (small) local copy (total 1) local copy (total 2) local copy (large) local copy (small) remote copy (total 1) remote copy (total 2)
  • Page 542 Chapter 17 Counter description Support copy A (full color + mono color; large) copy A (full color + mono color; small) copy A (full color + mono color 2) copy A (full color + mono color 1) copy A (full color; large; double-sided) copy A (full color;...
  • Page 543 Chapter 17 Counter description Support remote copy (full color; small; double-sided) remote copy (mono color; large; double-sided) remote copy (mono color; small; double-sided) remote copy (black-and-white; large; double-sided) remote copy (black-and-white; small; double-sided) T-17-58 Counter description Support print (total 1) print (total 2) print (large) print (small)
  • Page 544 Chapter 17 Counter description Support PDL print (black-and-white; large; double-sided) PDL print (black-and-white; small; double-sided) T-17-59 Counter description Support copy + print (full color; large) copy + print (full color; small) copy + print (black-and-white; large) copy + print (black-and-white; small) copy + print (black-and-white 2) copy + print (black-and-white 1) copy + print (full color + mono color;...
  • Page 545 Chapter 17 Counter description Support box print (black-and-white 2) box print (full color; large) box print (full color; small) box print (mono color; large) box print (mono color; small) box print (black-and-white; large) box print (black-and-white; small) box print (full color + mono color; large) box print (full color + mono color;...
  • Page 546 Chapter 17 T-17-63 Counter description Support report print (total 1) report print (total 2) report print (large) report print (small) report print (full color 1) report print (full color 2) report print (grayscale 1) report print (grayscale 2) report print (black-and-white 1) report print (black-and-white 2) report print (full color;...
  • Page 547 Chapter 17 Counter description Support transmission scan total 6 (color) transmission scan total 6 (black-and-white) transmission scan total 7 (color) transmission scan total 7 (black-and-white) transmission scan total 8 (color) transmission scan total 8 (black-and-white) universal transmission scan total (color) universal transmission scan total (black-and-white) box scan (color) box scan (black-and-white)
  • Page 548: Feeder

    Chapter 17 17.6.2 FEEDER 17.6.2.1 FEEDER Items 0011-6102 T-17-65 FEEDER > OPTION *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan: iR7105/7095; inside Japan: All model). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). Sub item Description Level DOC-F- Use it to enable/disable stream reading mode. SW * settings 0: stream reading (default);...
  • Page 549: Board

    Chapter 17 SORTER > OPTION Sub item Description Level Use it to increase the accuracy of punch hole positioning (in the direction of horizontal registration). SKEW settings 0: normal mode (default); 1: hole position enhancement mode If an increase in the accuracy of punch hole positioning is desired when the puncher unit is in use, set it to '1'.
  • Page 550: Test (test Print Mode)

    Chapter 17 17.7 TEST (Test Print Mode) 17.7.1 COPIER 17.7.1.1 COPIER Items 0011-6092 <PG> T-17-68 COPIER > TEST > PG Sub item Description Level TYPE Use it to select a type of test print. <Procedure> 1) Select the item, and type in the number of the test print you want. 2) Press the Start key so that test printing starts.
  • Page 551: Counter (counter Mode)

    Chapter 17 17.8 COUNTER (Counter Mode) 17.8.1 COPIER 17.8.1.1 COPIER Items 0011-6289 <TOTAL> T-17-70 COPIER > COUNTER > TOTAL Sub item Description Level SERVIC total counter 1 for service SERVIC total counter 2 for service large size: increase by 2; small size: increase by 1 COPY total copy counter PDL-PRT PDL print counter...
  • Page 552 Chapter 17 <FEEDER> T-17-73 COPIER > COUNTER > FEEDER Sub item Description Level FEED ADF original pickup total counter L-FEED large-size original ADF pickup total counter S-FEED small-size original ADF pickup total counter TTL-MF ADF manual feeder pickup total counter DFOP- ADF hinge operation (open/close) counter <JAM>...
  • Page 553 Chapter 17 <PRDC-1> T-17-76 COPIER > COUNTER > PRDC-1 Sub item Description Level PRM- primary charging wire counter WIRE PRM- primary grid wire counter GRID pre-transfer charging counter WIRE pre-transfer charging counter WIRE SP-WIRE separation charging wire counter FIX-TH1 fixing main thermistor (TH1) counter FIX-TH2 fixing sub thermistor (TH2) counter FX-TSW fixing thermal switch (TP1) counter OZ-FIL1 ozone filter counter...
  • Page 554 Chapter 17 COPIER > COUNTER > DRBL-1 *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan: iR7105/7095; inside Japan: All model). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). C3/C4/ cassette 3/cassette 4/left deck/right deck/manual feeder tray separation roller counter LD/RD/ M-SP-RL C3/C4/ cassette 3/cassette 4/left deck/right deck/manual feeder tray feeder roller counter LD/RD/...
  • Page 555 Chapter 17 COPIER > COUNTER > DRBL-2 *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan: iR7105/7095; inside Japan: All model). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). Sub item Description Level DF-TRL-U turn roller unit counter (ADF) turn roller unit counter (ADF) single-sided mode: increase by 1 per original read double-sided mode: increase by 3 per original read (for passage of face, back, and idle) no distinction between large size and small size...
  • Page 556 Chapter 17 COPIER > COUNTER > DRBL-2 *: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (outside Japan: iR7105/7095; inside Japan: All model). **: model equipped with DADF-M1 (outside Japan: iR7086). Sub item Description Level ST-DT-VR for future use GRIP-MTR for future use HEATER for future use BND- COLL...
  • Page 557 Chapter 17 COPIER > COUNTER > H-DRBL-1 Sub item Description Level RV-RL reversal rubber roller counter I-DLV- inside delivery roller counter REG-RL registration upper roller counter REG- registration lower color counter RD-FD- roller B shaft (right deck) right deck counter LD-FD- roller B shaft (left deck) left deck counter REV-GD reversing guide counter...
  • Page 558 Chapter 17 <H-DRBL-2> Counters for Durables (used as reference after a long period of use of the host machine, i.e., 12,000,000 prints) T-17-80 COPIER > COUNTER > H-DRBL-2 Sub item Description Level P-KIT AP kit counter CRG-D-U toner cartridge drive unit counter X-FD-U fixing unit counter RD-U...
  • Page 559 Chapter 18 Upgrading...
  • Page 560 Contents Contents 18.1 Outline ................................18- 1 18.1.1 Overview of Upgrading Work ......................18- 1 18.1.2 Outline of the Functions and Operations ..................18- 2 18.1.3 Points to Note at Time of Downloading.................... 18- 4 18.2 Making Preparations ..........................18- 5 18.2.1 Installing the System Software (System CD ->...
  • Page 561: Outline

    Chapter 18 18.1 Outline 18.1.1 Overview of Upgrading Work 0011-6749 The machine and its system software options may be upgraded as follows: - downloading from a PC to which the Service Support Tool (SST) has been installed - downloading from a USB device - replacing the DIMM-ROM T-18-1 Machine...
  • Page 562: Outline Of The Functions And Operations

    Chapter 18 Machine System software type Upgrading tool SST display Remarks SST US Other Produc System software name name Professional professional puncher HyperTermina - non-Japanese model Puncher l (PC in use) only - special software supplied together with the system software - calls for a PC possessing an RS232C interface - HyperTerminal comes...
  • Page 563 Chapter 18 Main power on keypad, 2+8 on keypad, 1+7 switch ON Safe mode Boot ROM Boot program program SYSTEM program In service mode COPIER > FUNCTION > SYSTEM > DOWNLOAD Normal mode program Safe mode Normal mode (Download mode A) (Download mode B) F-18-2 Use safe mode for the following:...
  • Page 564: Points To Note At Time Of Downloading

    Chapter 18 Installing the System Software When downloaded, the system software is stored in the temporary storage area of the HDD. At the end of downloading, the main power switch must be turned off and then back on, thus restarting the machine and writing the system software to both system area and flash ROM from the temporary storage area.
  • Page 565: Making Preparations

    Chapter 18 18.2 Making Preparations 6) A list of system software found on the System CD appears. Remove the check marks from the folders and software files you do not need, and 18.2.1 Installing the System Software click [REGISTER]. (System CD -> SST) 0011-6751 Here, you will be copying the system software Service Support Tool DLM0 (Ver.3.21E)
  • Page 566 Chapter 18 6) Select the appropriate series and version of the system software you want to copy. You will not be able to use a security-protected USB device. Be sure to remove the protection be- Service Support Tool DLM0 (Ver.3.21E) fore use.
  • Page 567: Making Connections (usb Device In Use)

    Chapter 18 18.2.3 Making Connections (SST in use) 5) Set the machine to the appropriate mode: - Normal Mode 0011-6753 [Requirements] Turn on the main power switch while - PC to which the SST (version 3.21 or later) has holding down the keys 1 and 7. been installed and the system software has been When the machine has started, make the copied...
  • Page 568 Chapter 18 5) See the following menu appearing on the control panel screen, indicating that the machine has recognized the presence of a USB device. F-18-15 The machine may not recognize certain types of USB device or USB device from certain manu- facturers.
  • Page 569: Formatting The Hdd

    Chapter 18 18.3 Formatting the HDD 18.3.1 Formatting the HDD for All Partition 0011-6755 When formatting the HDD for all partition, there will be partitions on the HDD and all these partitions will be formatted (initialized) and the main controller will be made ready for use. All the information needed to set up the partition is found in the partition settings file (on the SST, 'HD- Format' in the folder 'iRYYYY').
  • Page 570: Formatting The Hdd For Selected Partitions

    Chapter 18 18.3.2 Formatting the HDD for Selected Partitions 0011-6756 When formatting the HDD for selected partitions, only those selected partitions will be initialized. FSTDEV TMP_GEN TMP_PSS TMP_FAX APL_SEND APL_MEAP APL_GEN APL_KEEP IMG_MNG PDLDEV FSTCDEV BOOTDEV F-18-17 [1] Formatting not possible [2] Formatting possible in safe mode MEMO: Partition-based formatting is possible in service mode ( COPIER >...
  • Page 571 Chapter 18 3) Click [Format HDD]. ServiceSupportTool DLM10 (Ver.3.21E) 172.16.1.100 iR7105 SAFE C l e a r SelectableFirmware Control C l i c k t h e b u t t o n o f t h e t a s k t o b e Firmware Version S e l e c t t h e f i r m wa r e t o b e exe c u t e d .
  • Page 572: Downloading System Software

    Chapter 18 18.4 3) Make sure of the network settings, and click Downloading System Software [Start Batch Download]. 18.4.1 Downloading the System Software Service Support Tool DLM0 (Ver.3.21E) (ALL) Interface Network IP Address 172.16.1.100 REGISTER REMOVE 18.4.1.1 Outline Batch List CONTROL Model List C l i c k a b u t t o n t o exe c u t e .
  • Page 573: Downloading The System Software (single)

    Chapter 18 5) The Download End screen appears for the 8) Click [OK]. system software files to be stored on the HDD. To stop downloading, click [Finish]; if you want Service Support Tool DLM0 (Ver.3.21E) to download BOOT, DCON, and RCON, on the other hand, click [Resume], and go to the next step.
  • Page 574: Turning Off The Power

    Chapter 18 3) Select the version of the System software you 5-2) Click [Start Shutdown] so that the machine want to download, and click [Start]. starts the shut-down sequence. Message ServiceSupportTool DLM10 (Ver.3.21E) 172.16.1.100 Have you finished downloading and want to iR7105 star t shutdown sequence for restar ting NORMAL...
  • Page 575: Uploading And Downloading Backup Data

    Chapter 18 MEMO: ServiceSupportTool DLM10 (Ver.3.21E) You can remove the downloaded system software 172.16.1.100 iR7105 NORMAL before it is written to the HDD or flash ROM. To C l e a r do so, go through the following before restarting SelectableFirmware Control C l i c k t h e b u t t o n o f t h e t a s k t o b e...
  • Page 576: Uploading Procedure

    Chapter 18 machine you have uploaded it from. 3) Click [Upload Data]. ServiceSupportTool DLM10 (Ver.3.21E) MEMO: 172.16.1.100 - If you are planning to replace the Main controller iR7105 SAFE PCB, you can upload the SramImg file in C l e a r SelectableFirmware Control advance, and download it after replacement so...
  • Page 577: Downloading Procedure

    Chapter 18 The file SramImg, SramRCON, SramDCON, or MeapBack may only be downloaded to their source machine. Reader controller PCB Service PC EEPROM iR ---- Printer unit Uploading/Downloading System Main controller PCB SramImg (safe mode only) Meapback (safe mode only) SramRCON (normal mode only) SramDCON (normal mode only) SramImg.bin...
  • Page 578: Version Upgrade Using Usb

    Chapter 18 3) Click [Download Data]. [3]: Upgrade (Overwrite all) Use it to download the system software. (overwrite) ServiceSupportTool DLM10 (Ver.3.21E) 172.16.1.100 iR7105 SAFE Formatting the HDD (only in safe mode) C l e a r [4]: Format HDD (in the presence of SelectableFirmware Control C l i c k t h e b u t t o n o f t h e t a s k t o b e...
  • Page 579: Downloading/writing The System Software (auto)

    Chapter 18 - Screen Showing the Progress of Downloading Turning Off the Power After Normal Mode When ending download mode, be sure to execute the HDD shut-down instructions. On the Initial Menu screen, press [stop]>[0]; then, go through the shut-down instructions, and turn off the main power switch.
  • Page 580: Downloading The System Software (overwriting)

    Chapter 18 7) Upon start-up, the machine starts to write the system software to the system area of the HDD or the flash ROM. At the end of writing to the HDD, a message will appear asking you to turn off and then back on the power.
  • Page 581: Formatting The Hdd

    Chapter 18 5) While downloading is under way, the control 3) Start up the machine in safe mode. panel screen shows its progress. At the end of 4) Follow the instructions on the control panel, downloading, a message will appear asking you and press the appropriate key.
  • Page 582: Other Functions

    Chapter 18 18.4.4.7 Other Functions [7] -> 10: execute / other than [0]: go back to Menu screen 0011-6782 [5]: Backup Upon execution, the Menu screen will return. This function is for R&D purposes only. Do not use it. [6]: Restore former version (in the presence of backup of system software) Use it to restore the backup of the system soft- ware while saving the system software that is cur-...
  • Page 583: Service Tools

    Chapter 19 Service Tools...
  • Page 584: Special Tools Table

    Contents Contents 19.1 Service Tools..............................19-1 19.1.1 Special Tools Table ..........................19-1 19.1.2 Solvents/Oils ............................19-2...
  • Page 585 Chapter 19 19.1 Service Tools 19.1.1 Special Tools Table 0010-9251 You will need the following tools in addition to the standard tools set to service the copier. T-19-1 No. Tool name Tool No. Shape Rank* Remarks Digital multimeter FY9-2002 For adjusting the laser intensity together with the laser power checker (for electrical checks).
  • Page 586 Chapter 19 No. Tool name Tool No. Shape Rank* Remarks Tester extension pin FY9-3038 For making electrical checks (attachment to the meter). Tester extension pin (L- FY9-3039 For making electrical checks tipped) (attachment to the meter). D-10 Test Sheet FY9-9129- For adjusting images.
  • Page 587 Chapter 19 19.1.2 Solvents/Oils 0010-9252 T-19-2 No. Name Uses Composition Remarks Alcohol Cleaning; Hydrocarbon of the fluorine - Do not bring near fire. e.g., glass, plastic, rubber family, alcohol, - Procure locally. (external covers) surface activating agent, - IPA (isopropyl alcohol) water Solvent Cleaning;...
  • Page 588 APPENDIX...
  • Page 589: General Timing Chart

    General Timing Chart Single-Sided Copy F-1-1...
  • Page 590 Double-Sided Copy F-1-2...
  • Page 591: Signal Names

    Signal Names CARTRIGE_OPEN_PS Toner cartridge cover open/closed sensor detection signal LDECK_PAPER_PS Front deck (left) paper sensor detection signal List of Signals/Abbreviations CLEW_PS Fixing claw jam sensor detection signal LDECK_PICKUP_SL Deck (left) pickup solenoid drive command The following is a list of the signals and abbreviations used in this chapter and the CURL_FAN_STOP De-curling fan lock detection signal LDECK_PLEVEL_M...
  • Page 592 POST_M.C_BK Pre-transfer charging wire cleaning motor drive command (re- VASIE_TONER_PACKED_ Waste toner clog detecting switch detection signal verse) POST_M.C_FW Pre-transfer charging wire cleaning motor drive command (for- WASTE_TONER_OVER_PS Waste toner case full sensor detection signal ward) WEB_LESS Fixing cleaning belt sensor detection signal POTENTIAL_ON Potential sensor detection signal WEB_SL...
  • Page 593: General Circuit Diagrams

    General Circuit Diagram General Circuit Diagram (1/20) AC POWER UNIT2 AC driver PCB AC driver sub PCB FOR Finisher All night power supply PCB Environment switch AC POWER UNIT1 Fixing Fixing main heater heater DC power supply PCB Fixing unit Main switch Drum heater control PCB...
  • Page 594 General Circuit Diagram (2/20) Pre-transfer exposure lamp PCB DC controller PCB Relay PCB HV-DC PCB Drum motor Pickup motor Main motor Front cover switch MSW5 Manual feed tray cover DC power supply PCB open/closed detection switch (2/20) F-2-2...
  • Page 595 General Circuit Diagram (3/20) Relay PCB AC driver All night power supply PCB Video PCB Main controller PCB (3/20) F-2-3...
  • Page 596 General Circuit Diagram (4/20) DC controller PCB Potential control PCB Transceiver PCB PS58 PS47 PS56 MSW7 Upper right cover Vertical path roller 1 Manual feed tray FM20 Front cover open/closed sensor paper sensor cover open/closed open/closed Separation heat sensor detecting switch discharge fan Primary charging wire cleaner motor...
  • Page 597 General Circuit Diagram (5/20) DC controller PCB Fixing heat discharge fan PS60 Image write Primaly charging fan start sensor Scanner cooling fan (5/20) F-2-5...
  • Page 598 General Circuit Diagram (6/20) DC controller PCB LED1 FM10 Buffer toner Pre-exposure Pre-transfer charging Buffer toner lower Develop assembly lamp sensor assembly fan limit sensor toner sensor Buffer motor FM15 Developing fan LED2 Magnet roller drive clutch Pre-transfer charging Pre-transfer wire cleaner motor exposure lamp Vibration motor...
  • Page 599 General Circuit Diagram (7/20) Delivery adhesion-proofing fan FM17 DC controller PCB Relay PCB Fixing assembly inlet sensor AC driver sub PCB motor (up/down) driver PCB FM11 FM12 Power supply Power supply cooling fan 1 cooling fan 2 (7/20) F-2-7...
  • Page 600 General Circuit Diagram (8/20) Card Reader DC controller PCB NE Controller Video PCB Main controller PCB (8/20) F-2-8...
  • Page 601 General Circuit Diagram (9/20) scanner motor BD PCB Laser driver PCB 2 Video PCB (9/20) F-2-9...
  • Page 602 General Circuit Diagram (10/20) DC controller PCB Double feeding sensor (reception) PS65 Double feeding detection PCB (reception) PS11 Fixing feeding unit outlet paper sensor PS10 Internal delivery External delivery paper sensor paper sensor PS63 PS66 Fixing motor Fixing Fixing inlet Fixing inlet Delivery flapper Fixing inlet...
  • Page 603 General Circuit Diagram (11/20) DC controller PCB Double feeding detection PCB (transmission) FM13 Separation fan PS28 Fixing/feeding unit releasing lever sensor Transfer separation charging wire cleaning motor Registration paper sensor PS64 Double feeding Curl removing fan Locks the fixing/feeding sensor (transmission) Registration roller unit solenoid brake clutch...
  • Page 604 General Circuit Diagram (12/20) DC controller PCB HVT-DC PCB FM18 scanner heat discharge fan 2 HVT-AC PCB PS35 Manual feed tray de-curling inlet paper sensor PS17 PS68 multiple curling Manual feed prevention sensor tray paper detection sensor SVR1 Manual feed Manual feed CL22 tray paper...
  • Page 605 General Circuit Diagram (13/20) DC controller PCB Sub hopper toner sensor Sub hopper motor Drum fan PS21 Front deck (right) lifter position Developing sensor PS24 cylinder FM21 Front deck clutch (right) scanner lifter upper heat discharge CL23 limit sensor fan 1 PS20 Sub hopper Toner bottle...
  • Page 606 General Circuit Diagram (14/20) DC controller PCB SVR2 Pickup motor Cassette 3 paper width sensor Front deck Front deck (left) (right) lifter motor lifter motor Main motor SVR3 Cassette 4 paper width sensor Pre-registration Cassette 3 roller clutch paper length PS51 PS52 sensor...
  • Page 607 General Circuit Diagram (15/20) DC controller PCB Environment sensor PCB PS48 CL20 Lower right cover Developing cylinder open/closed deceleration sensor clutch PS49 Cassette 3 Vertical path 2 lifter motor roller paper sensor PS39 Cassette 3 Cassette 4 Cassette 4 Vertical path 3 paper level paper level CL12...
  • Page 608 General Circuit Diagram (16/20) DC controller PCB PS45 Cassette 4 open/closed PS31 PS32 sensor Front deck Front deck (left) lifter (left) paper position sensor sensor PS34 PS33 CL11 Front deck Front deck (left) open/closed (left) lifter Front deck Front deck PS25 sensor upper limit...
  • Page 609 General Circuit Diagram (17/20) DC controller PCB Duplexing feeding Duplex feed fan right motor FM19 Front deck PS26 (left) feeding paper sensor No-stacking PCB SL11 PS61 PS12 Reversing Duplex outlet Duplexing reversal flapper solenoid PS15 sensor paper sensor Post-confluence paper sensor PS18 CL17 CL16...
  • Page 610 General Circuit Diagram (18/20) Main controller PCB FM16 System fan (18/20) F-2-18...
  • Page 611 General Circuit Diagram (19/20) Hard disk Main controller PCB Control panel CPU PCB Copy model only Centronics (connector or cable)/ Display PCB Copy model only (19/20) F-2-19...
  • Page 612 General Circuit Diagram (20/20) Printer model only Control panel key PCB Control panel CPU PCB Centronics (connector or cable)/ Display PCB Color LCD and Touch Panel Control panel inverter PCB (20/20) F-2-20...
  • Page 613 General Circuit Diagram (Reader 1/1) < iR7105 / iR7095 > Lens heater H501 To PRINTER To CONTROLLER To ADF Mirror heater H502 FM501 FM502 Reader unit Reader unit cooling fan 2 Scanner motor cooling fan 1 ADF open/closed M501 sensor PS501 Scanner HP sensor To PC...
  • Page 614 General Circuit Diagram (Reader 1/1) < iR7086 > Lens heater H501 From Printer To ADF Mirror heater H502 Scanner motor M501 Reader unit cooling fan Scanner HP sensor PS502 FM501 ADF open/closed ADF open/closed sensor 2 sensor 1 PS503 PS501 Interface PCB To PC To PC...

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