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Staple Finisher-H1
Service Manual
Product Outline
Technology
Periodic Servicing
Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure
Adjustment
Installation
Appendix
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    Staple Finisher-H1 Service Manual Product Outline Technology Periodic Servicing Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure Adjustment Installation Appendix...

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    This manual is copyrighted with all rights reserved. Under the copyright laws, this manual may changes in the contents of this manual over a long or short period, Canon will issue a new not be copied, reproduced or translated into another language, in whole or in part, without the edition of this manual.

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    Explanation of Symbols The following rules apply throughout this Service Manual: The following symbols are used throughout this Service Manual. Each chapter contains sections explaining the purpose of specific functions and the relationship between electrical and mechanical systems with reference to the timing of Symbols Explanation Symbols...

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  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Stack Tray Shift Operation ------------------------------------------------------2-18 Stack Tray Paper Height Detection Control --------------------------------2-18 Stack Tray Paper Full Detection Control ------------------------------------2-19 Controller Unit ---------------------------------------------------------------- 2-20 Outline -------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-20 Safety Precautions Detecting Jams -------------------------------------------------------------- 2-21 Notes Before Servicing ------------------------------------------------------0-2 Outline -------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-21 Power Supply ---------------------------------------------------------------- 2-23 Points to Note at Cleaning --------------------------------------------------0-2 Outline -------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-23 Product Outline...

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    Removing the Grate-shaped Guide ------------------------------------------4-10 Symbols in the Illustration ------------------------------------------------------- 6-2 Removing the Staple Unit ------------------------------------------------------- 4-11 Unpacking Procedure --------------------------------------------------------6-3 Removing the Upper Processing Tray Unit (Front / Rear) --------------4-12 Unpacking Procedure ------------------------------------------------------------- 6-3 Removing the Lower Processing Tray Unit ---------------------------------4-15 Installation Procedure --------------------------------------------------------6-4 Motors -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-16 Preparation for Installation on Host Machine ------------------------------- 6-4...

  • Page 7: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions ■ Notes Before Servicing ■ Points to Note at Cleaning...

  • Page 8: Notes Before Servicing

    Safety Precautions > Points to Note at Cleaning Notes Before Servicing Caution: At servicing, be sure to turn off the power source according to the specified steps and disconnect the power plug. Caution: Do not turn off the power switch when downloading is under way. Turning off the main power switch while downloading is under way can disable the machine.

  • Page 9: Product Outline

    Product Outline ■ Features ■ Specifications ■ Names of Parts Product Outline...

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    Product Outline > Features Features • Compact, semi-inner finisher which corresponds to A4 black-and-white, high-speed MFP. • Gripper mechanism for delivering paper to the stack tray. • Stack tray capacity of approximate 500 sheets. • Easy to install on the host machine. Product Outline >...

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    Product Outline > Specifications Specifications ● Staple Unit Item Specifications Remarks ● Finisher Unit Stapling method Punching by rotating cam - Flat clinch Stapling capacity 50 sheets - Equivalent of 80 g/m2 Item Specifications Remarks Paper thickness: 5.7 mm or less paper Stacking method Stack tray: moving up and down...

  • Page 12: External View

    Product Outline > Names of Parts > Cross Section Names of Parts Cross Section Delivery Roller External View Alignment Plate Paper Return Paddle Paddle Feed Roller Inlet Roller Stack Tray Stapler Gripper Tray Auxiliary Guide Stack Tray Paper Retainer F-1-3 Front Door F-1-2 Product Outline >...

  • Page 13: Technology

    Technology ■ Basic Configuration ■ Controls ■ Basic Operation ■ Feed Unit ■ Processing Tray Unit ■ Stack Tray Unit ■ Controller Unit ■ Detecting Jams ■ Power Supply ■ Work of Service Technology...

  • Page 14: Functional Configuration

    Technology > Basic Configuration > Overview of Electrical Circuitry Basic Configuration Overview of Electrical Circuitry The finisher's sequence of the operation is controlled by its finisher controller PCB. Functional Configuration The finisher controller PCB has the 16-bit CPU, and the controller also controls the communication with the host machine in addition to controlling the finisher's operation The components of this finisher are organized into 3 major blocks;...

  • Page 15: Controls

    Technology > Controls > Controls Controls Controls Items Reference Basic Operation Outline Refer to page 2-4 Feed Unit Outline Refer to page 2-6 Feeding Paper to Processing Tray Refer to page 2-6 Unit Processing Tray Unit Outline Refer to page 2-7 Stacking Operation Refer to page 2-8 Tray Auxiliary Guide Operation...

  • Page 16: Basic Operation

    Technology > Basic Operation > Outline Basic Operation (3) The alignment plates are used to align paper in the width direction. (In the illustration below, paper is aligned with reference to the central reference position.) Outline Rear Alignment Plate Basic operations of this finisher are described below. (1) The paper delivered from the host machine is fed by the inlet roller, feed roller, and delivery roller.

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    Technology > Basic Operation > Outline (6) After being shifted, the sheets stacked on the processing tray are delivered to the stack tray. If the tray auxiliary guides have slid out, they slide back before the sheets are delivered to the stack tray. Gripper F-2-7 Technology >...

  • Page 18: Feed Unit

    Technology > Feed Unit > Feeding Paper to Processing Tray Unit Feed Unit Feeding Paper to Processing Tray Unit The paper delivered from the host machine is fed by the inlet roller, feed roller, and delivery Outline roller. The paper delivered by the delivery roller is stacked on the processing tray by the paddle. The feed unit feeds the paper delivered from the host machine and feeds it to the processing tray unit.

  • Page 19: Processing Tray Unit

    Technology > Processing Tray Unit > Outline Processing Tray Unit Name Function Paddle Stacks the paper delivered from the delivery roller on the processing tray. Outline Paper Return Paddle Presses the paper stacked on the processing tray against the stopper (alignment in the feed direction) and prevents The processing tray unit aligns, shifts, and staples the delivered paper, and then delivers the the previously stacked paper from being fed/delivered.

  • Page 20: Stacking Operation

    Technology > Processing Tray Unit > Stacking Operation Stacking Operation (2) After the specified time has lapsed since paper has passed through the delivery sensor (S2), the paddle motor (M3) operates to rotate the paddle once to stack the paper on the The paper delivered from the delivery roller is stacked on the processing tray and the paper is processing tray.

  • Page 21: Tray Auxiliary Guide Operation

    Technology > Processing Tray Unit > Tray Auxiliary Guide Operation Tray Auxiliary Guide Operation (3) The front and rear alignment motors (M4 and M5) operate to move the front and rear alignment plates, thus aligning the paper in the width direction. (In the illustration below, When two or more sheets with a length of 150 mm or more are stacked on the processing the paper is aligned with reference to the central reference position.) tray, the tray auxiliary guides slide out to prevent misalignment of paper due to curl.

  • Page 22: Alignment / Shifting Operation

    Technology > Processing Tray Unit > Alignment / Shifting Operation 2-10 Alignment / Shifting Operation The tray auxiliary guide slide-out amount varies depending on the operation mode and paper length as follows: The paper stacked on the processing tray is aligned in the width direction by the front and Operation Mode Paper Length Amount of Slide Out...

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    Technology > Processing Tray Unit > Alignment / Shifting Operation 2-11 The relationship between operation modes and alignment positions is summarized in the The relationship between operation modes and shifting positions is summarized in the following table: following table: Operation Mode Paper Width Alignment Position Operation Mode...

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    Technology > Processing Tray Unit > Alignment / Shifting Operation 2-12 ● Alignment Operation in Non-sort / Sort Mode (2) After lapse of the specified time since detection of the trailing edge of paper by the delivery sensor (S2), the front and rear alignment plates move for paper alignment. (1) After lapse of the specified time since detection of paper by the delivery sensor (S2), the front and rear alignment plates move to the standby position (paper width + 10 mm).

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    Technology > Processing Tray Unit > Alignment / Shifting Operation 2-13 ● Alignment Operation in Staple Mode (2) After lapse of the specified time since detection of the paper’s trailing edge by the delivery sensor (S2), the front and rear alignment plates move to align paper. (1) After lapse of the specified time since detection of paper by the delivery sensor (S2), the front and rear alignment plates move to the standby position (Front alignment plate: •...

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    Technology > Processing Tray Unit > Alignment / Shifting Operation 2-14 ● Shifting Operation in Non-sort / Sort Mode • Front shift position (when the paper width is less than 180 mm) (1) After alignment of the sheet stacked on the processing tray lastly, it is shifted according to the paper width.

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    Technology > Processing Tray Unit > Alignment / Shifting Operation 2-15 ● Shifting Operation in Staple Mode • Front shift position (when the paper width is less than 210 mm) (1) After completion of stapling, the paper stack is shifted according to the paper width. The position that aligns paper by the front and •...

  • Page 28: Staple Operation

    Technology > Processing Tray Unit > Stack Delivery Operation 2-16 Staple Operation Stack Delivery Operation When the staple mode is selected, paper is stapled by the stapler after it has been stacked The paper stacked on the processing tray is delivered to the stack tray by the gripper after on the processing tray and aligned.

  • Page 29: Stack Tray Paper Retainer Operation

    Technology > Processing Tray Unit > Stack Tray Paper Retainer Operation 2-17 Stack Tray Paper Retainer Operation The paper delivered to the stack tray is retained by the stack tray paper retainer to prevent wrong detection of paper height and misalignment caused by curl. The tray paper retainer is released when the gripper presses portion A of the gear stopper after it has delivered paper to the stack tray.

  • Page 30: Stack Tray Unit

    Technology > Stack Tray Unit > Stack Tray Paper Height Detection Control 2-18 Stack Tray Unit Stack Tray Paper Height Detection Control The height of the paper stack on the stack tray is detected by the stack tray paper height Stack Tray Shift Operation sensor (S9).

  • Page 31: Stack Tray Paper Full Detection Control

    Technology > Stack Tray Unit > Stack Tray Paper Full Detection Control 2-19 Stack Tray Paper Full Detection Control The paper full state of the stack tray is detected by the stack tray paper height sensor (S9) and stack tray lower limit switch (SW2). Stack Tray Paper Height Sensor (S9) Stack Tray Lower Limit Switch (SW2) F-2-36...

  • Page 32: Controller Unit

    Technology > Controller Unit > Outline 2-20 Controller Unit Outline The controller unit controls the entire portion of this machine. Its finisher controller PCB controls the feed unit, processing tray unit, and stack tray unit. The finisher controller PCB controls operations of motors and detects the states of sensors and switches according to the instruction from the host machine.

  • Page 33: Detecting Jams

    Technology > Detecting Jams > Outline 2-21 Detecting Jams Occurrence of a jam is checked (at the check timing) according to the sensor detection state stored in the CPU on the finisher controller PCB. When the finisher controller PCB judges that a jam has occurred, it stops feeding/delivering Outline paper and notifies occurrence of the jam to the host machine.

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    Technology > Detecting Jams > Outline 2-22 Jam type Sensor Jam description Error avoidance When the controller detected the following errors during feeding operation. • Error in the paddle motor (E577) • Error in the front alignment motor (E530) • Error in the rear alignment motor (E537) •...

  • Page 35: Power Supply

    Technology > Power Supply > Protective Functions 2-23 Power Supply Outline When the host machine is turned on, it supplies the finisher controller PCB with 24VDC and 5VDC; the 24VDC power is used to drive the motors and the switches, while the 5VDC power is used for the sensors and the ICs.

  • Page 36: Work Of Service

    Technology > Work of Service > Upgrading 2-24 Work of Service When replacing the parts When you have replaced the finisher controller PCB with the service parts, check that the firmware is the latest version. If it is not the latest version, upgrade it. Periodical Servicing This finisher has no periodic service items.

  • Page 37: Periodic Servicing

    Periodic Servicing ■ List of Work for Scheduled Servicing Periodic Servicing...

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    Periodic Servicing > List of Work for Scheduled Servicing List of Work for Scheduled Servicing There is no item that requires the scheduled service in this finisher.. Periodic Servicing > List of Work for Scheduled Servicing...

  • Page 39: Parts Replacement And Cleaning Procedure

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure ■ Finisher ■ List of Parts ■ External / Internal Covers ■ Main Units ■ Motors ■ Switches ■ PCBs Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure...

  • Page 40: Detaching The Finisher From The Host Machine

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Finisher > Detaching the Finisher from the Host Machine Finisher Detaching the Finisher from the Host Machine 1) Lift the control panel and open the front door. CAUTION: • When detaching this finisher from the host machine, be sure to check that the host machine has been turned off and its power plug has been...

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    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Finisher > Detaching the Finisher from the Host Machine 4) Insert a screwdriver or the like in the hole [A] to release the hook, and then slide the finisher leftward until it stops. NOTE: After releasing the hook by sliding the finisher 2-3 cm, you can remove the screwdriver or...

  • Page 42: List Of Parts

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > List of Parts > External / Internal Covers > Rear List of Parts ■ Rear External / Internal Covers ■ Front Upper Cover Upper Feed Guide Unit Grate-shaped Guide PCB Cover Rear Cover F-4-8 Name Part No.

  • Page 43: Main Units

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > List of Parts > List of Motors Main Units List of Motors Upper Processing Tray Unit (Rear) Lower Processing Tray Unit Upper Processing Tray Unit (Front) F-4-9 F-4-10 Name Part No. Reference Name Part No. Reference Upper Processing Tray Unit (Front) FM4-8180...

  • Page 44: List Of Sensors And Switches

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > List of Parts > List of PCBs List of Sensors and Switches List of PCBs S11/S12/S13 PCB1 F-4-11 F-4-12 Name Part No. Reference Name Part No. Reference Inlet Sensor WG8-5776 PCB1 Finisher Controller PCB FM4-8199 Refer to page 4-25 Delivery Sensor...

  • Page 45: External / Internal Covers

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > External / Internal Covers > Removing the Rear Cover External / Internal Covers Removing the Front Cover 1) Remove the 4 screws and release the hook, and then remove the front cover. F-4-13 Removing the Rear Cover 1) Remove the 3 screws and release the hook, and then remove the rear cover.

  • Page 46: Removing The Upper Feed Guide Unit

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > External / Internal Covers > Removing the Upper Feed Guide Unit Removing the Upper Feed Guide Unit 1) Remove the front and 2) Open the paper delivery guide, holding it by the front tab. Then remove the 3 rear covers.

  • Page 47: Removing The Upper Cover

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > External / Internal Covers > Removing the PCB Cover Removing the Upper Cover 1) Remove the front and 2) Remove the 4 screws, and then remove the upper cover. rear covers. (Refer to page 4-7) F-4-17 Removing the PCB Cover 1) Remove the screw, and then remove the PCB cover.

  • Page 48: Main Units

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Main Units > Removing the Grate-shaped Guide 4-10 Main Units Removing the Grate-shaped Guide 1) Remove the front and rear covers. 2) Loosen the 2 screws [A], and then remove the stack tray support plate by (Refer to page 4-7) loosening the 2 screws.

  • Page 49: Removing The Staple Unit

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Main Units > Removing the Staple Unit 4-11 3) Remove the 4 screws and disconnect the connector, and then remove the grate-shaped guide. F-4-20 Removing the Staple Unit 1) Removing the front cover 2) Remove the 2 screws and disconnect the 2 connectors, and then remove the staple unit. (Refer to page 4-7) F-4-21 4-11...

  • Page 50: Removing The Upper Processing Tray Unit (front / Rear)

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Main Units > Removing the Upper Processing Tray Unit (Front / Rear) 4-12 Removing the Upper Processing Tray Unit (Front / Rear) 1) Remove the front and rear covers. 5) Remove the 2 screws and disconnect the connector, and then release the harness from the harness (Refer to page 4-7) guide to remove the paddle motor unit.

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    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Main Units > Removing the Upper Processing Tray Unit (Front / Rear) 4-13 7) Remove the 4 screws, and then remove the support plate. 8) Remove the 4 screws, and then remove the delivery guide. F-4-24 F-4-25 9) Remove the 5 screws and disconnect the connector, and remove the belt by...

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    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Main Units > Removing the Upper Processing Tray Unit (Front / Rear) 4-14 10) Remove the 3 screws and disconnect the 2 connectors, and then release the harness from the harness guide to remove the upper processing tray unit (front). F-4-28 11) Remove the 3 screws and disconnect the 2 connectors, and then release the harness from the harness guide to remove the upper processing tray unit (rear).

  • Page 53: Removing The Lower Processing Tray Unit

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Main Units > Removing the Lower Processing Tray Unit 4-15 Removing the Lower Processing Tray Unit 1) Remove the upper processing tray unit 3) Remove the 2 screws and disconnect the 4 connectors, and then release the harness from the harness (front/rear).

  • Page 54: Motors

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Motors > Removing the Feed Motor (M1) 4-16 Motors Removing the Feed Motor (M1) 1) Remove the rear cover. 2) Remove the 2 screws and disconnect the connector, and remove the belt by loosening the screw [A] of the belt (Refer to page 4-7) tensioner, and then remove the feed motor along with its support plate.

  • Page 55: Removing The Delivery Motor (m2)

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Motors > Removing the Delivery Motor (M2) 4-17 Removing the Delivery Motor (M2) 1) Remove the rear cover. 2) Remove the E-ring and spring and screw, and then remove the hook and lever. (Refer to page 4-7) F-4-34 3) Remove the 2 screws and belt, and then disconnect the connector to remove the delivery motor.

  • Page 56: Removing The Paddle Motor (m3)

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Motors > Removing the Front Alignment Motor (M4) 4-18 Removing the Paddle Motor (M3) 1) Remove the rear cover. 2) Remove the 2 screws and disconnect the connector, and then remove the paddle motor. (Refer to page 4-7) F-4-37 Removing the Front Alignment Motor (M4)

  • Page 57: Removing The Rear Alignment Motor (m5)

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Motors > Removing the Tray Auxiliary Guide Motor (M6) 4-19 Removing the Rear Alignment Motor (M5) 1) Remove the upper 2) Remove the 2 screws and disconnect the connector, and then remove the belt from the pully processing tray unit to remove the rear alignment motor.

  • Page 58: Removing The Gripper Motor (m7)

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Motors > Removing the Gripper Motor (M7) 4-20 Removing the Gripper Motor (M7) 1) Remove the lower 2) Pull out the tray auxiliary guide until it stops. processing tray unit. (Refer to page 4-15) F-4-41 3) Remove the 3 screws and the belt, and disconnect the 2 connectors, and then remove the 4) Remove the 2 screws, and then remove the gripper motor.

  • Page 59: Removing The Stack Tray Shift Motor (m8)

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Motors > Removing the Stack Tray Shift Motor (M8) 4-21 Removing the Stack Tray Shift Motor (M8) 1) Remove the rear cover. 2) Removing the E-ring and gear and straight pin. CAUTION: (Refer to page 4-7) As the stack tray lowers by removing the gear, carry out the work while supporting the stack tray.

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    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Motors > Removing the Stack Tray Shift Motor (M8) 4-22 CAUTION: When attaching the stack tray shift motor, check that the front and rear rack gear plates are in phase with the gears. F-4-48 CAUTION: When attaching the stack tray shift motor, tighten the 3 screws in such a manner that the clearance between the motor support plate and side plate is about 0.5 mm to 1.0 mm.

  • Page 61: Switches

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Switches > Removing the Front Door Switch 4-23 Switches Removing the Front Door Switch 1) Remove the front cover. 2) Remove the screw, and then remove the switch along with the support plate. 3) Remove the screw and disconnect the 2 connectors, and then remove the front (Refer to page 4-7) door switch.

  • Page 62: Removing The Stack Tray Lower Limit Switch

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Switches > Removing the Stack Tray Lower Limit Switch 4-24 Removing the Stack Tray Lower Limit Switch 1) Remove the front cover. 2) Remove the screw and disconnect the 2 connectors, and then remove the stack (Refer to page 4-7) tray lower limit switch.

  • Page 63: Pcbs

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > PCBs > Removing the Finisher Controller PCB 4-25 PCBs Removing the Finisher Controller PCB 1) Remove the grate-shaped 2) Disconnect all connectors from the finisher controller PCB. guide. (Refer to page 4-10) F-4-55 2) Release the harness from the 6 harness guides. Remove the 2 screws and disconnect the 2 connector, and then remove the finisher controller PCB.

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  • Page 65: Adjustment

    Adjustment ■ Adjustment Item ■ Dip Switch Function Adjustment...

  • Page 66: Overview

    Adjustment > Adjustment Item > Overview Adjustment Item Overview This finisher has no adjustment items. Sensor detection check and motor operation check can be performed using the DIP switch (SW1), push switch (SW2), and LED (LD1) on the finisher controller PCB. F-5-1 Adjustment >...

  • Page 67: Dip Switch Function

    Adjustment > Dip Switch Function > Sensor Detection Check Mode > List of Sensor Detection Check States Dip Switch Function Sensor Detection Check Mode ■ Entering the Sensor Detection Check Mode (1) With the host machine turned off, set the DIP switch (SW1) as shown below. While pressing down the push switch (SW2), turn on the host machine. 2 3 4 F-5-2 ■...

  • Page 68: Motor Operation Check Mode

    Adjustment > Dip Switch Function > Motor Operation Check Mode > List of Motor Operation Check States Motor Operation Check Mode ■ Entering the Motor Operation Check Mode (1) With the host machine turned off, set the DIP switch (SW1) as shown below. While pressing down the push switch (SW2), turn on the host machine. 2 3 4 F-5-3 ■...

  • Page 69: Shifting Operation On/off Setting In Staple Mode

    Adjustment > Dip Switch Function > Shifting Operation ON/OFF Setting in Staple Mode Shifting Operation ON/OFF Setting in Staple Mode You can determine whether paper is to be shifted in the staple mode. With the host machine turned off, set the DIP switch (SW1) as follows: •...

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  • Page 71: Installation

    Installation ■ How to Utilize This Installation Procedure ■ Unpacking Procedure ■ Installation Procedure Installation...

  • Page 72: How To Utilize This Installation Procedure

    How to Utilize This Installation Procedure How to Utilize This Installation Procedure Symbols in the Illustration The frequently-performed operations/works are described with symbols in this procedure. Descriptions Used in This Procedure Check the description below. Screw Connector Harness In this procedure, the machine connected to the finisher is called the host machine. When Using the Contained Parts (Bundled Components in the Shipping Carton) Tighten...

  • Page 73: Unpacking Procedure

    Installation > Unpacking Procedure > Unpacking Procedure Unpacking Procedure Unpacking Procedure Caution: 1) Take out the three accessories and the packing material. 2) Take out the finisher by holding its sides indicated in the illustration and place it on a flat surface. Make sure that the host machine is turned off and the power plug is disconnected...

  • Page 74: Installation Procedure

    Installation > Installation Procedure > Preparation for Installation on Host Machine Installation Procedure Preparation for Installation on Host Machine 1) Lift the control panel and open the front cover of the host 2) Pull the duplex tray out straight. 3) While pressing the notch to release the hook, remove the delivery machine.

  • Page 75: Connecting To Host Machine

    Installation > Installation Procedure > Connecting to Host Machine Connecting to Host Machine Caution: Hold the finisher by its sides indicated in the illustration. F-6-10 NOTE: 1) Make sure that the left edge of the finisher aligns along the rear side of the output paper area, and then slowly push the finisher into the host machine.

  • Page 76

    Installation > Installation Procedure > Connecting to Host Machine 2) Make sure that the two tabs of the front cover of the finisher align with the 3) Lower the control panel back in place. 4) Attach the output tray to the finisher. grooves on the finisher, and then press the cover toward the host machine to snap it into place.

  • Page 77: Appendix

    Appendix ■ Service Tools ■ General Circuit Diagram Appendix...

  • Page 78: Solvents And Oils

    Appendix > Service Tools > Solvents and Oils Service Tools Solvents and Oils Item Uses Composition Remarks Alcohol Cleaning; Fluoride-family hydrocarbon • Do not bring near fire. e.g., glass, plastic, rubber parts, external covers. Alcohol • Procure locally Surface activating agent •...

  • Page 79: Applying The Grease

    Appendix > Service Tools > Solvents and Oils > Applying the Grease ■ Applying the Grease (1) Bushings of paddle drive shaft (2 locations) / Paddle drive gear F-7-1 (2) Friction areas of inlet and feed roller (6 rollers, each 2 locations) F-7-2 Appendix >...

  • Page 80

    Appendix > Service Tools > Solvents and Oils > Applying the Grease (3) Drive shafts of front and rear alignment plate F-7-3 (4) Gears of lower processing tray unit (3 locations) / Grooves of gripper unit drive rail (2 locations) F-7-4 Appendix >...

  • Page 81: Special Tools

    Appendix > Service Tools > Special Tools (5) Friction areas of stack tray shift motor's worm gear shaft (2 locations) / Worm gear F-7-5 (6) Groove of stack tray drive rail F-7-6 Special Tools None Appendix > Service Tools > Special Tools...

  • Page 82: General Circuit Diagram

    General Circuit Diagram General Circuit Diagram F i n i s h e r C o n t r o l l e r P C B D e l i v e r y S t a c k T r a y P a p e r VCC-R VCC-R S e n s o r...

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