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BOOKLET
TRIMMER-A1
REVISION 0
FY8-13HG-000
FEB. 2002
COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC.
2000
CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002 PRINTED IN U.S.A. (IMPRIME AU U.S.A.)

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  • Page 1

    BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REVISION 0 FY8-13HG-000 FEB. 2002 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002 PRINTED IN U.S.A. (IMPRIME AU U.S.A.)

  • Page 2

    Application This manual has been issued by Canon Inc. for qualified persons to learn technical theory, installation, maintenance, and repair of products. This manual covers all localities where the products are sold. For this reason, there may be information in this manual that does not apply to your locality.

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    Provides a description of a service mode. Provides a description of the nature of an error indication. Refers to the Copier Basics Series for a better understanding of the contents. COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

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    User Mode Service Mode This Service manual does not contain instructions on the installation of the machine. For installation, refer to the Installation Procedure that comes with the machine. COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

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    All service persons are expected to have a good understanding of the contents of this Service Manual and all relevant Service Information bulletins and be able to identify and isolate faults in the machine. COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    2.2 Controlling the Pressing 2.4.3 Delivery ......2-30 Assembly ......... 2-13 2.4.4 Upright Stacking ....2-32 2.2.1 Construction ...... 2-13 2.4.5 Controlling the Delivery/ 2.2.2 Mechanisms ....... 2-15 Stacking Operation .... 2-34 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 7

    6.7 Removing the Current Assembly ......... 3-25 Breaker ........3-42 5.2 Removing the Upper Press 6.8 Removing the Sensor (press Assembly Feeding Belt .... 3-26 assembly bottom plate) .... 3-43 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 8

    Adjusting the Trim Width ... U-7 1.5.1 Backing Up the Data ..U-4 2.2 Changing the Display 2 Details of Items ........U-5 Language ........U-8 2.1 Trim Width Adjustment .... U-5 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

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    2.4 Selecting Factory Setting for 1.4.1 Trimmer Control Panel Trim Width ......... S-7 (in service mode) ....S-3 2.5 Motor Test ........ S-10 1.5 Others ......... S-3 2.6 I/O Port Display ....... S-12 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 10: Chapter 1 General Description

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 11: Features And Functions

    The trimmer is equipped with mechanisms to receive a booklet prepared by its host saddle finisher, trim to smooth its edge, and deposit the result in a stack. After trimming Edge being trimmed F01-100-01 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 12: Specifications

    (W × H × D) mm (width of external assembly) Power supply 100 to 230 V; 50, 60 Hz Maximum power 300 W (approx.) consumption Weight 68 kg (approx.) T01-200-01 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 13: Names Of Parts

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION 3 Names of Parts 3.1 External View [1] Control panel [4] Front cover [2] Trimmer [5] Rigth front cover [3] Stacker cover F01-301-01 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

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    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION [1] Stacker cover [4] Right front cover [2] Stacker unit [5] Top plate [3] Front cover F01-301-02 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 15: Cross Section

    [8] Stopper assembly [3] Pusher unit [9] Pressing assembly [4] Delivered booklets [10] Waste paper box [5] Delivery tray [11] Entrance feeding assembly [6] Stacker [12] Paper path F01-302-01 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 16: Oparation Mode

    • When the machine is operating in "LOCAL" mode, the commands for "trimming" or "trimming width adjustment" from the host copier or the driver will not be recognized, and the operations will be as specified in the trimmer's control panel. COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 17: Using The Machine

    Enter key TO be pressed to store the settings made. Error lamp LED flashing: paper jam, cover open, stack full, waste paper box full/not set fault (service error) T01-501-01 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 18: Removing A Jam

    If a booklet jams in the press assembly, open the front cover and keep the press assembly releasing lever up to remove it. [1] Front cover [4] Right front cover [2] Press assembly releasing knob [5] Stacker cover [3] Jam removal releasing lever F01-502-01 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 19

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION 1) Open the front cover. F01-502-02 2) Open the right front cover. F01-502-03 3) Turn the knob of the feeding assembly counter clockwise. F01-502-04 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

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    F01-502-06 6) Lift the releasing lever. When lifting the lever, be sure to take care so as not to trap your fingers. F01-502-07 1-10 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

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    8) Shift the releasing lever back into its initial position. F01-502-09 9) Close the front cover. When closing the cover, be sure to take care so as not to trap your fingers. F01-502-10 1-11 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 22: F01-502-08

    10) Open the stacker cover. F01-502-11 11) Remove the paper from the stacker as- sembly. F01-502-12 12) Remove the paper jam from the rear of the stacker assembly. F01-502-13 1-12 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 23: Correcting The Overstacking Error

    Remove the printouts as follows: Do not impose a load of 10 kg or more on the stacker assem- bly. 1) Open the stacker cover. F01-502-15 1-13 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 24

    F01-502-16 3) Close the stacker cover. (The job will resume automatically.) When closing the cover, be sure to take care not to trap your fin- gers. F01-502-17 1-14 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 25: Collecting And Disposing Of Waste Paper

    [1] Front cover [3] Waste paper box [2] Waste paper box handle F01-502-18 1-15 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 26: Basic Construction

    LOCAL mode to be designated in the trimmer's control panel, in SYSTEM mode to be designated in its host copier's control panel. 1-16 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 27: Outline Of The Electrical Circuitry

    6.2 Outline of the Electrical Circuitry Interface circuit Trimmer CPU Key IN EPROM Interface circuit WR I/F RD I/F (1Mbit) Interface circuit Motor driver sensor I/F circuit F01-602-01 1-17 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 28: Wiring Between Options

    CHAPTER 1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION 6.3 Wiring Between Options Driver PCB F01-603-01 1-18 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 29: Trimmer Power Supply

    Press motor Driver M106 Stacker cover Holder motor switch Driver M107 Stacker cover Pusher motor switch +24VP DC power Circuit Relay breaker supply Front cover Power plug switch F01-604-01 1-19 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 30

    CHAPTER 2 BASIC OPERATIONS COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 31

    A booklet delivered by the saddle finisher is sent to the trimmer unit by the feeding belt with its folded side as the leading edge. [1] Booklet [4] Folded side [2] Feeding belt (Upper) [5] Feeding belt (Lower) [3] Cutter unit F02-101-01 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 32

    REF. shifted down as soon as feeding starts so that the booklet will not be cut while it forms a path for the booklet in the direction of delivery. COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 33

    [1] Pressing plate [3] Feeding sensor (PS102) [2] Stopper [4] Booklet F02-101-03 Through Mode (Trim OFF) The booklet pressing will not take place since trimming is not selected. REF. COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 34

    [1] Upper blade [3] Booklet [2] Waste paper removal fan motor [4] Waste paper box (M108) [5] Lower blade F02-101-04 Through Mode (Trim OFF) Trimming will not take place. REF. COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 35

    Delivery direction [1] Pressing plate [3] Booklet [2] Stopper F02-101-05 Through Mode (Trim OFF) The pressing releasing operation is not performed since trimming is not se- REF. lected. COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 36

    [1] Pusher plate [4] Holder tray [2] Stacked booklets [5] Stopper [3] Delivery tray [6] Booklet F02-101-06 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 37

    Thereafter, the operation is the same as in trim mode. In through mode, pressing or trimming do not take place so that the booklet will not be stopped at all. COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

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    (Upper) [17] Feeding belt (Lower) [8] Vertical feeding roller [18] Entrance feeding roller (1) [9] Pressing assembly feeding roller (2) [19] Entrance roller [10] Paper exit sensor (PS108) F02-201-01 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 39

    Cutter unit entrance roller Cutter unit entrance roller Pressing assembly feeding Pressing assembly feeding roller (1), (2) Cutter unit exit roller Pressing assembly roller Feeding belt Vertical feeding Vertical feeding roller T02-201-01 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 40: Controlling The Feeding Assembly

    The feeding motor (M101) goes ON at the same timing as in trim mode. However, the motor shifts to delivery operation without going OFF, as the booklet need not be stopped once for trimming operation. 2-10 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 41

    (3) M101_F/R (trimmer DC controller PCB → trimmer driver PCB → M101); it is a signal used to change the direction of rotation of M101. L: M101 Reverse H: M101 Forward 2-11 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 42

    CHAPTER 2 BASIC OPERATIONS (4) M101_BLK (trimmer DC controller PCB → trimmer driver PCB → M101); it is a con- trol signal for M101. L: brake ON H: brake OFF 2-12 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 43: Controlling The Pressing Assembly

    [7] Feeding sensor (PS102) [3] Pressing assembly roller [8] Feeding belt [4] Pressing assembly feeding roller (2) [9] Press HP sensor (PS105) [5] Stopper motor (M103) [10] Press motor (M105) F02-202-02 2-13 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 44: Pressing Assembly Feeding Roller

    [8] Pressing assembly feeding motor (2) [4] Pressing assembly feeding roller (1) [9] Stopper motor (M103) [5] Feeding belt [10] Stopper F02-202-03 Bottom of the Press Assembly (viewed from bellow) 2-14 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 45: Shifting And Releasing The Stopper

    The stopper is secured to the timing belt, and is moved to the left or right by the stopper motor (M103). [1] Booklet [3] Timing belt [2] Stopper [4] Stopper motor (M103) F02-202-04 2-15 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 46: Pressing Assembly Feeding Roller

    (M104) so that a path is made for the booklet. [1] Booklet [4] Feeding belt [2] Stopper [5] Stopper release motor (M104) [3] Pressing assembly feeding roller (2) [6] Pressing assembly feeding roller (1) F02-202-05 2-16 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 47: Controlling The Pressing Of The Booklet

    The pressing plate is driven by the press motor (M105). [1] Pressing motor (M105) [5] Stopper [2] Pressing plate [6] Booklet [3] Pressing assembly slave roller [7] Pressing HP sensor (PS105) [4] Feeding belt F02-202-06 2-17 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 48: Controlling The Stopper/press

    DC controller PCB. The signals associated with these movements are as fol- lows: inlet sensor (PS101), feeding sensor (PS102), stopper HP sensor (PS103), stopper re- lease HP sensor (PS104), press HP sensor (PS105), and delivery sensor (PS108). 2-18 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 49

    When the last booklet has been delivered in the stacker unit, M103 goes ON once again to execute a home position search. HP is identified in relation to the activation of the stopper HP sensor (PS103). 2-19 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 50

    B drive signal for M103. (3) DRV (trimmer DC controller PCB → trimmer driver PCB → M104); it is a drive signal for M104. L: M04 ON H: M104 OFF 2-20 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 51: Controlling The Trimmer Assembly

    [2] Trimmer assembly inlet roller [6] Trimmer HP sensor (PS106) [3] Trimmer assembly slave roller [7] Trimmer motor (M102) [4] Upper blade [8] Waste paper box full sensor (PS109) F02-203-01 2-21 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 52

    CHAPTER 2 BASIC OPERATIONS [1] Waste paper removal fan motor [2] Waste paper box (M108) F02-203-02 2-22 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 53: Mechanisms

    The upper blade is driven by the trimmer motor (M102), and is normally in up posi- tion, in wait in standby. [1] Upper blade [3] Booklet [2] Trimmer motor (M102) [4] Lower blade F02-203-03 2-23 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 54: Removing The Waste Paper

    M102 starts to rotate clockwise as soon as pressing ends, making a single up/down trip, causing the upper blade to move down to trim the booklet. The home position of the upper blade is detected by PS106. 2-24 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 55

    (1) DRV (trimmer driver PCB → M102); it is a drive control signal for M102. The direction of drive current of two signals is switched over to control the direction of drive of M102. 2-25 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 56

    When the waste paper box becomes full, the optical path between LED101 and PS109 mounted to the left and right of the box will be blocked, causing PS109 to go OFF and the control panel to indicate the fact. 2-26 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 57

    (2) SCN IN1, 2 (trimmer driver PCB → trimmer DC controller PCB); it is a serial data line used to communicate the state of the machine to the trimmer DC controller PCB. 2-27 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 58: Stacker Assembly

    [2] Pusher sensor (PS112) [7] Stacker MS3 (MS3) [3] Pusher motor (M107) [8] Stacker MS4 (MS4) [4] Pusher plate [9] Stacker full sensor (PS113) [5] Stacker cover F02-204-01 2-28 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 59: Mechanisms

    [5] Holder lower limit sensor (PS111) [3] Timing belt [6] Holder plate F02-204-02 2.4.2 Mechanisms Item Description Feeding Vertical feeding roller Delivery Holder plate Upright stack Deliver tray Constant load spring T02-204-01 2-29 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 60: Delivery

    The holder plate moves up as far as its upper limit a specific period of time after the pusher plate stops. [1] Holder plate [3] Holder motor (M106) [2] Timing belt F02-204-03 2-30 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 61

    CHAPTER 2 BASIC OPERATIONS [1] Pusher motor (M107) [5] Holder plate [2] Pusher plate [6] Constant load spring [3] Stacked booklets [7] Holder motor (M106) [4] Delivery tray [8] Booklets F02-204-04 2-31 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 62: Upright Stacking

    The delivery tray is pushed against the pusher plate by the work of the constant load spring. [1] Pusher plate [4] Constant load spring [2] Stacked booklets [5] Holder plate [3] Delivery tray F02-204-05 2-32 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 63

    When the pusher plate is in escape position to open the delivery path, the booklet is held between the delivery tray and the holder plate (upright stacking). [1] Pusher plate [3] Delivery tray [2] Stacked booklets [4] Holder plate F02-204-06 2-33 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 64: Controlling The Delivery/stacking Operation

    The sensors associated with the operation are as follows: inlet sensor (PS101), delivery sensor (PS108), upper limit sensor (PS110), lower limit sensor (PS111), pusher sensor (PS112), stacker full sensor (PS113), and stacker cover sensor (PS114). 2-34 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 65

    If, however, the finisher delivers a booklet while the trimmer is at rest, the machine will issue an error.) 2-35 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 66

    L: M106 forward H: M106 reverse (7) M107_CONT (trimmer DC controller PCB → trimmer driver PCB); it is an ON/OFF controller signal for M107. L: M107 ON H: M107 OFF 2-36 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 67

    M107. If the stacker cover is opened and the stacker MS3 (MS3) is OFF, the drive signal to M107 will be cut. 2-37 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 68: Chapter 3 Mechanical Systems

    CHAPTER 3 MECHANICAL SYSTEMS COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 69: Before Disassembling The Machine

    "Place 8 A4 originals in the copier, and produce 3 or so booklets using the Booklet mode in the Special Features mode; then, check to make sure that the specified number of book- lets have been produced normally." COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 70: External Covers

    1) Open the front cover [1], and remove the 5 screws [2]; then, detach the front cover. F03-101-01 1.2 Removing the Upper Cover 1) Remove the 4 screws [1], and detach the upper cover [2]. F03-102-01 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 71: Removing The Rear Cover

    CHAPTER 3 MECHANICAL SYSTEMS 1.3 Removing the Rear Cover 1) Remove the 7 screws [1], and detach the rear cover [2]. F03-103-01 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 72: Removing The Right Front

    1.4 Removing the Right Front Cover 2 1) Open the right front cover 1 [1], and re- move the 4 screws [2]; then, detach the right front cover 2 [3]. F03-104-01 F03-104-02 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 73: Feeding Assembly + Cutter Assembly

    2) Disconnect the connector [1], remove the 4 screws [2], and remove the fan motor cover [3]. F03-201-01 3) Remove the 2 screws [1], and detach the fan motor unit [2]. F03-201-02 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 74: Removing The Feeding Belt From The Upper Feeding Assembly

    1) Open the front cover, and detach the right front cover 2 and the upper cover. (See 1.2 and 1.4.) 2) Remove the 4 screws [1], and detach the plate [2]. F03-202-01 F03-202-02 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 75

    5) Remove the 3 screws [1] from the upper feeding assembly, and detach the plate A [2] and the plate B [3]; then, detach the 2 upper feeding belts [4]. F03-202-04 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 76: Removing The Feeding Belt From The Lower Feeding Assembly

    [3] from the feeding as- sembly; likewise, remove the 2 screws [4 and 5], and remove the stay [6] from the feeding assembly on the opposite side. F03-203-01 F03-203-02 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 77

    [2] and the E-ring [3]. F03-203-04 6) Remove the hex-hole nut [1], and de- tach the knob [2]; then, remove the E- ring [3], and detach the shaft [4]. F03-203-05 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 78: Removing The Sensors At The Lower Feeding Assembly: Waste Bin Full Sensor (ps109), And Inlet Sensor (ps101)

    2) Perform steps 2) through 4) under 2.3 "Removing the Feeding Belt from the Lower Feeding Assembly." 3) Using the shaft [1] for support, raise the lower feeding assembly [2] as shown. F03-204-01 3-10 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 79: Removing The Cutter Blade (upper, Lower)

    2) Perform steps 2) through 4) under 2.2 "Removing the Feeding Belt from the Upper Feeding Assembly." 3) Remove the 3 screws [1], and detach the roller cover plate [2]. F03-205-01 3-11 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 80

    [5]. F03-205-02 5) Remove the E-ring and the bushing [1]. F03-205-03 6) Remove the E-ring and the busing [1], and detach the upper roller [2]. F03-205-04 3-12 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 81

    2. You will need a special tool to adjust the position of the cutter. Do not remove any el- ement that is not indicated here. F03-205-07 3-13 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 82: Control Panel

    3 Control Panel 3.1 Removing the Trimmer ROM 1) Open the front cover, and detach the up- per cover. (See 1.2.) 2) Remove the trimmer ROM [1]. F03-301-01 3-14 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 83: Removing The Control Panel

    2) Remove the 4 screws [1]. F03-302-01 3) Remove the 2 screws [1], and discon- nect the 2 connectors [2]; then, free the cable [3] from the clip. F03-302-02 3-15 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 84: Removing The Trimmer Dc Controller Pcb

    PCB has been replaced with a new one, VR1 adjustment (LCD brightness adjustment) and DSW3 setting must be com- pleted. (See Chapter 5, for de- tails) F03-303-01 3-16 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 85: Stacker Assembly

    2) Loosen the 6 screws [1] on the stacker bottom. F03-401-01 3) Disconnect the 4 connectors [1] at the rear, and pull out the cables through the opening [2]. F03-401-02 3-17 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 86

    CHAPTER 3 MECHANICAL SYSTEMS 4) Detach the belt [1]. F03-401-03 5) Remove the 3 screws [1] at the front. F03-401-04 6) Remove the 3 screws [1] at the rear. F03-401-05 3-18 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 87: Removing The Pusher Motor And The Pusher Sensor (ps112)

    2) Turn the gear [1] on the left of the pusher motor to match the positions of the screw [2] and the screw hole [3]; then, remove the screw through the hole. F03-402-01 3-19 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 88

    4) Remove the 4 screws [1], and discon- nect the 2 connectors [2]; then, detach the pusher motor. F03-402-03 5) Remove the 4 claws [1], and detach the pusher sensor [2]. F03-402-04 3-20 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 89

    [3] is correct on the left and the right. F03-402-05 7) Remove the 2 screws [1], and detach the pusher motor [2]. F03-402-06 3-21 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 90: Removing The Vertical Feeding Roller Rubber

    [3]; then, remove the E-ring, gear, pin, E-ring, and bushing [4]. Finally, detach the roller unit [5]. F03-403-01 F03-403-02 4) Remove the roller rubber [1] from each of the 3 rollers. F03-403-03 3-22 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 91: Removing The Stacker Cover Sensor (ps114) And The Stacker Cover Switch (ms3, Ms4)

    2) Remove the 2 screws [1], and discon- nect the 2 connectors [2]; then, detach the sensor unit [3]. When mounting the unit, be sure the actuator [4] is shifted F03-404-02 3-23 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 92

    [3], and detach the stack cover switch (MS3, MS4) [4]. MS3 and MS4 are used to turn ON/OFF M107 (push motor) and M106 (holder motor), re- spectively. F03-404-03 3-24 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 93: Press Assembly

    2) As shown in 4.1, remove the stacker as- sembly. 3) Remove the spring [1]. F03-501-01 4) Through the screw hole, remove the 2 screws [1]; then, detach the upper press assembly [2]. F03-501-02 3-25 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 94: Removing The Upper Press Assembly Feeding Belt

    2 feeding belt [2]. F03-502-02 5.3 Removing the Lower Press Assembly 1) As shown in 5.1, remove the upper press assembly. 2) Remove the 4 screws [1]. F03-503-01 3-26 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 95

    F03-503-03 5) Remove the E-ring, gear, pin, E-ring, and busing [2] used to secure the shaft [1] in place in the lower press assembly. F03-503-04 3-27 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 96

    Fold side Cut side testing after the trimmer body has been re-assembled is not as indicated below, make adjust- ments as follows: F03-503-07 3-28 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 97: Parallelism Adjustment Between The Folding Face And The Trimming Face

    (A single index of the marking equals a shift in the orthogonal angle of about 0.5 mm.) F03-503-09 3-29 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 98: Removing The Stopper Motor (m103)

    1) As shown in 5.3, remove the lower press assembly. 2) Remove the 2 screws [1], and discon- nect the connector [2]; then, remove the stopper release motor (M104) [3]. F03-505-01 3-30 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 99: Removing The Feed Sensor (ps102), Stopper Hp Sensor (ps103), And Stopper Release Hp Sensor (sp104)

    1) As shown in 5.3, remove the lower press assembly. 2) Remove the E-ring and the 4 bushings [1]; then, remove the 2 shafts [2], and detach the 2 belts [3]. F03-507-01 3-31 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 100: Removing The Press Motor (m105)

    4 screws [2], and detach the plate [3]. F03-508-01 3) Remove the 2 screws [1], and discon- nect the connector [2]; then, detach the press motor [3]. F03-508-02 3-32 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 101: Removing The Cutter Motor (m102)

    1) As shown in 5.3, remove the lower press assembly. 2) Remove the 5 screws [1], and discon- F03-509-01 nect the 2 connectors [2]; then, detach the cutter motor (M102) [3]. F03-509-02 3-33 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 102

    (If the grease on the drive pin of the cut- ter motor to be mounted newly is not adequate, be sure to apply an appropri- ate amount of it before starting the mounting work.) F03-509-03 F03-509-04 3-34 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 103: Removing The Cutter Hp Sensor (ps106)

    5.10 Removing the Cutter HP Sensor (PS106) 1) As shown in 5.9, remove the cutter mo- tor. 2) Remove the 2 screws [1], and detach the cutter HP sensor [2]. F03-510-01 3-35 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 104: Units At The Rear

    1) As shown in 1.3, remove the rear cover. 2) Remove the 2 screws [1], and Discon- nect the connector [2]; then, detach the holder motor (M106) [3]. F03-601-01 3-36 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 105: Removing The Holder Sensor Unit (holder Upper Limit Sensor Ps110, Holder Lower Limit Sensor Ps111)

    After removing the sensor mounting plate [3, 4], make the following adjustments: 3-37 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 106: Holder Upper Limit Sensor Adjustment

    10 ± 1 mm; then, tightly secure it in place using 2 screws. F03-602-02 3-38 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 107: Holder Lower Limit Sensor Adjustment

    F03-602-03 and the holder sheet inside the stacker is 4 ± 1 mm; then, tightly secure it in place us- ing 2 screws. [10] F03-602-04 F03-602-05 3-39 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 108: Removing The Feeding Motor (m101)

    1) As shown in 1.3, remove the rear cover. 2) Remove the 2 screws [1], take out the plate [2], disconnect the connector [3], and free the claw; then, detach the waste bin sensor [4]. F03-604-01 3-40 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 109: Removing The Trimmer Drive Pcb

    1) As shown in 1.3, remove the rear cover. 2) Remove the 6 screws [1], disconnect the 4 connectors [2], and remove the 2 clamps [3]; then, detach the power sup- ply circuit unit [4]. F03-606-01 3-41 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 110: Removing The Current Breaker

    20 A. 2. When mounting the current breaker, be sure that the lever [1] is on the right side of the red test button [2]. F03-607-02 3-42 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 111: Removing The Sensor (press Assembly Bottom Plate)

    2) Put your hand under the base plate of the trimmer, and free the claw [1] of the sensor claw. Detach the sensor [2], and disconnect the connector. F03-608-01 F03-608-02 3-43 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 112: Maintenance And Inspection

    CHAPTER 4 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 113: Tools Needed

    For the following, clean/inspect every 200,000 times of the cutting operation: external cover feeding belt/roller area around waste case feed drive unit The details are as follows: 1) External Cover Clean it using isopropyl alcohol. COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 114

    CHAPTER 4 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION 2) Feeding Belt/Roller While turning the jam removal knob [3], clean the feeding belt [4] and the feeding roller [5, 6] using isopropyl al- cohol. F04-103-01 F04-103-02 F04-103-03 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 115

    Check the 3 feeding belts [8] for dam- age or looseness. Check the grease on the 2 gears [9, 10]; if not adequate, ap- ply an appropriate amount of grease (CK-0562). F04-103-05 F04-103-06 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 116: Chapter 5 Troubleshooting

    CHAPTER 5 TROUBLESHOOTING COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 117: Making Adjustments When Replacing Mechanical/electrical Parts

    CN406 CN403 CN401 CN408 LED1 CN407 CN409 F05-102-01 Turn VR1 fully counterclockwise; then, start turning it clockwise gradually until LED1 goes ON, and turn it clockwise another 2 indexes. COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 118: Lower Press Assembly

    If you have removed the holder plate, lift the plate [2] with a force of 1,500 ± 100 g using a spring gauge [1]; then, secure it in place using 2 screws [3]. F05-105-01 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 119: Upgrading The Software

    CHAPTER 5 TROUBLESHOOTING 2 Upgrading the Software The software is upgraded when the trimmer ROM is replaced. (for details, see 3.1 of Chapter 3.) COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 120: Error Code

    MS3/4; if needed, replace the harness. 8. Replace the cutter motor HP sensor (PS106). 9. Replace the cutter motor. 10. Replace the trimmer drive PCB. 11. Replace the DC controller PCB. COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 121

    9. Replace the holder upper limit sensor (PS110) or the holder lower limit sensor (PS111). 10. Replace the holder motor (M106). 11. Replace the trimmer drive PCB. 12. Replace the DC controller PCB. COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 122

    MS3/4; if needed, replace the harness. 8. Replace the pusher HP sensor (connector: PS112). 9. Replace the pusher motor (connector: M107). 10. Replace the trimmer drive PCB. 11. Replace the DC controller PCB. COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 123

    8. Replace the rear edge stopper sensor (PS103). 9. Replace the rear edge stopper motor (M103). 10. Replace the trimmer drive PCB. 11. Replace the DC controller PCB. COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 124

    MS3/4; if needed, replace the harness. 8. Replace the press HP sensor (PS105). 9. Replace the press motor (M105). 10. Replace the trimmer drive PCB. 11. Replace the DC controller PCB. COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 125

    MS3/4; if needed, replace the harness. 8. Replace the feed sensor (PS102). 9. Replace the feed motor (M101). 10. Replace the trimmer drive PCB. 11. Replace the DC controller PCB. COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 126

    8. Replace the stopper release HP sensor (PS104). 9. Replace the stopper release motor (M104). 10. Replace the trimmer drive PCB. 11. Replace the DC controller PCB. 5-10 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 127

    J5) and the finisher; if needed, replace the harness. 4. Check the output of the power supply unit; as needed, replace it. 5. Replace the DC controller PCB. 5-11 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 128: Jam Code

    CHAPTER 5 TROUBLESHOOTING 4 Jam Code 5-12 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 129: Appendix

    CHAPTER 6 APPENDIX COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 130

    Cutter Motor (M102) Stopper Release Motor (M104) down down Holder Motor (M106) 0.46 0.46 Pusher Release Pusher Release Pusher Motor (M107) Pusher Set Pusher Set Exit Sensor (PS108) 51.71 45.82 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 131

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Relay A CN439 CN490 Circuit CN439 CN490 breaker CN439 CN490 SW PCB Inlet DC power supply Power cord Ferrite core Relay B COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 132: User Mode

    User Mode COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 133: Construction Of User Mode

    <Trimmer Control Panel> • Operation Mode when 'System' General screen (Menu) (Menu) Item screen F00-101-01 • Operation Mode when 'Local' General screen (Menu) (Menu) Item screen Item screen (Menu) F00-101-02 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 134

    The machine's user mode is classified into the following 2 types: (trimmer control panel/host TRIM ON Trim width adjust machine control panel) (general screen) (trimmer control panel) Display language switch F00-101-04 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 135: Starting User Mode And Making Selections

    2) Press 'Menu' once again so that a switch-over will be made to 'display language switch'. (user mode screen; see below) MENU LANGUAGE SWITCH F00-102-03 3) For 1) and 2), press 'enter' to start the user mode item in question. COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 136: Ending User Mode

    If a discrepancy occurs in the nature of the backup, the settings will return to 'default settings' below: REF. • trim width adjustment value: 0 (each size; various adjustment values) • selected language: Japanese COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 137: Details Of Items

    4) Enter an adjustment value. (Press 'C' to clear the input value.) 5) Press 'OK' to return to the Paper Selection screen. 6) When all adjustments have been made, press 'OK' to return to the User screen. COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 138: Operating From The Trimmer Control Panel (operation Mode In 'local'; See Descriptions On Service Mode Items

    (+/>) or (-/<) PAPER SIZE: <B4> TRIM WIDTH: 00.0mm (Enter) (+/>) (-/<) PAPER SIZE: <A3> TRIM WIDTH: 00.0mm (+/>) (-/<) PAPER SIZE: <11x17> TRIM WIDTH: 00.0mm (+/>) (-/<) F00-201-01 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 139: Adjusting The Trim Width

    (297 × 420) -9.5 to 10.2 (257 × 354) -10.3 to 10.2 (210 × 297) -10.3 to 10.2 LTRR (216 × 279) -10.3 to 7.3 Shift interval: 0.1 mm T00-201-01 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 140: Changing The Display Language

    (-/<) ENGLISH LANGUAGE SWITCH ENGLISH (+/>) (-/<) FRENCH LANGUAGE SWITCH (Enter) FRENCH Language selection (+/>) (-/<) GERMAN LANGUAGE SWITCH GERMAN (+/>) (-/<) ITALIAN LANGUAGE SWITCH ITALIAN (+/>) (-/<) F00-202-01 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 141: Service Mode

    Service Mode COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 142: Construction Of Service Mode

    The machine's service mode is divided into the following 6 types: TRIM ON 1.Version Version indication (general screen) 2.Counter Trim counter 3.Mode Operation mode 4.Adjust Trim width factory adjustment 5.Motor Motor test 6.Sensor I/O port indication F00-101-02 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 143: Starting Service Mode And Making Selections

    1) Press 'enter', '+/>', '-/<', and 'enter' in sequence so that the Service Mode screen will ap- pear (see below). F00-102-02 2) Press '+/>' ('-/<') to select the desired mode. 1.3 Ending Service Mode Press 'Menu' once to return to the User screen (F00-102-01). COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 144: Basic Operation

    • trim width adjustment value: 0 (each size; each adjustment value) • selected language: Japanese • Trimmer: ON While on a service visit, do NOT change the setting of the DIP switch (DSW3) on the trimmer controller PCB. COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 145: Details Of Items

    SERVICE MODE 2 Details of Items 2.1 Version Indication The following is the screen under '1. Version': F00-201-01 <1. Version> Indicates the ROM version of the trimmer controller PCB. COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 146: Trim Counter

    Indicates/clears the number of times the trimmer unit has operated. Indicating the Number of Operations The reading increases to '999,999', after which it will return to '0'. CLEAR Clears the counter reading. COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 147: Operation Mode

    Enables the use of the trimmer control panel for turning on/off the trimming mechanism and adjusting the trim width. System Enables the use of the host machine control panel for turning on/off the trimming mechanism and adjusting the trim width. COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 148: Selecting Factory Setting For Trim Width

    00.0mm (+/>) (-/<) PAPER SIZE: <11x17> TRIM WIDTH: 00.0mm (+/>) (-/<) F00-204-01 If you have selected 'trim width factory setting', the user adjustment value will be reset to '0'. COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 149

    (297 × 420) -2.5 to 2.5 (257 × 354) -2.5 to 2.5 (210 × 297) -2.5 to 2.5 LTRR (216 × 279) -2.5 to 2.5 Shift interval: 0.1 mm T00-204-01 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 150

    4) Feed paper once again in trim mode, and measure the paper stack at its top and bottom to see that the larger of the two is 206.5 ± 0.5 mm. Otherwise, make adjustments using the display control panel. COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 151: Motor Test

    (+/>) (-/<) Press Motor (-/<) Press-M 000 1111110 00000000 (+/>) (-/<) Holder Motor Holder-M 000 1111110 00000000 (+/>) (-/<) Pusher Motor Pusher-M 000 1111110 00000000 (+/>) (-/<) F00-205-01 S-10 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 152

    Starts in response to 'Enter'. Holder motor Action (shift to UP/DOWN position) Starts in response to 'Enter'. Pusher motor Action (shift to ON/OFF position) Starts in response to 'Enter'. T00-205-01 S-11 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 153: I/o Port Display

    Rear edge stopper HP sensor B4 STPHPS xxx *xxxxxx xxxxxxxx Delivery sensor B9 CEJS xx* xxxxxxx xxxxxxxx Feed sensor B3 FEEDS x*x xxxxxxx xxxxxxxx Inlet sensor B18 PASS *xx xxxxxxx xxxxxxxx T00-206-01 S-12 COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 154

    Prepared by Office Imaging Products Quality Assurance Center CANON INC. Printed in U.S.A. REVISION 0 (FEB. 2002) (21767) 5-1, Hakusan 7-chome, Toride-shi, Ibaraki 302-8501 Japan COPYRIGHT© 2002 CANON INC. 2000 CANON BOOKLET TRIMMER-A1 REV.0 FEB. 2002...

  • Page 155

    This publication is printed on 100% recycled paper. PRINTED IN U.S.A. (IMPRIME AU U.S.A.) 0202ABX.XX-X...

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