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March 9, 2009
Revision 0
Inner Booklet Trimmer-A1
Service Manual
Product Outline
Technology
Periodic Servicing
Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure
Installation
Appendix
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    March 9, 2009 Revision 0 Inner Booklet Trimmer-A1 Service Manual Product Outline Technology Periodic Servicing Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure 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 written consent of Canon Inc.

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    The following rules apply throughout this Service Manual: Explanation of Symbols 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...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure Contents Removing this Equipment ---------------------------------------------------4-2 List of Parts ---------------------------------------------------------------------4-7 Safety Precautions Solenoids ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-7 Motors -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-7 Notes Before it Works Serving ---------------------------------------------0-2 Sensors ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-8 Product Outline PCBs ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-8 Main Units -----------------------------------------------------------------------4-9 Features -------------------------------------------------------------------------1-2 Removing the cutter unit --------------------------------------------------------- 4-9 High-quality Trimming ------------------------------------------------------------- 1-2 Periodic Parts Replacement, Consumable Parts, and Cleaning...

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    Installing the Trimmer Unit ------------------------------------------------------- 5-6 Operation Check ------------------------------------------------------------------5-12 Appendix 6-1 General Circuit Diagram -----------------------------------------------------6-2 General Circuit Diagram --------------------------------------------------------- 6-2...

  • Page 8: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions ■ Notes Before it Works Serving...

  • Page 9: Notes Before It Works Serving

    Notes Before it Works Serving Caution: When servicing, be sure to follow the specified procedure. Before starting the service work, be sure to turn off the host machine and finisher and unplug the finisher. Caution: Never turn off the host machine or finisher during downloading. If you do so, this equipment may become inoperative.

  • Page 10: Product Outline

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

  • Page 11: High-quality Trimming

    Product Outline > Features > Compact Design Features High-quality Trimming Enables high-quality trimming of the fore edge of a booklet. Compact Design Installable in the finisher, requiring a small room. Product Outline > Features > Compact Design...

  • Page 12: Specifications

    Product Outline > Specifications Specifications Fore edge trimmer with reciprocating upper blade Type Maximum number of 40 sheets s h e e t s t h a t c a n b e trimmed Paper weight 52 g/m2 to 300 g/m2 A3, B4, A4R, 11"...

  • Page 13: Names Of Parts

    Product Outline > Names of Parts > External View (Cutter Unit) Names of Parts External View (Cutter Unit) External View (Trimmer Unit Frame and Cutter Unit) Cutter unit Inlet guide Trimming blade Cutter motor Waste paper full sensor (light-emitting) Cutter motor clock sensor Handle Lower blade Paper delivery roller...

  • Page 14: Cross Section

    Product Outline > Names of Parts > Cross Section Cross Section Trimming blade Inlet roller (upper) Press roller (upper) Inlet sensor flag Paper delivery roller (upper) Paper delivery roller (lower) Inlet roller (lower) Lower blade Paddle Press roller (lower) Waste paper full sensor Waste paper full sensor (light-emitting) (light- receiving)

  • Page 15: Technology

    Technology ■ Basic Configuration Technology...

  • Page 16: Functional Configuration

    Technology > Basic Configuration > Functional Configuration Basic Configuration 2. Trimming block Functional Configuration This equipment is mainly consists of a feed block, trimming block, paper delivery block, and waste paper stack block. 1. Feed block Receives the booklet stitched by the saddle stitcher, and then delivers it to Feed block 3.

  • Page 17: Overview Of Electrical Circuitry

    Technology > Basic Configuration > Component Configuration > Roller Layout Overview of Electrical Circuitry Component Configuration Roller Layout ■ The operation sequence of this machine is controlled by the trimmer controller PCB. Trimmer controller PCB Motors Saddle stitcher Solenoids controller PCB Sensors Inlet roller (upper) Press roller (upper)

  • Page 18: Drive Configuration

    Technology > Basic Configuration > Drive Configuration Drive Configuration ■ Sensor Layout Only the optical sensors on the feed path are shown below. M101 M104 M105 M106 S101 S103 Inlet sensor Paper delivery sensor M103 SL102 SL101 M102 F-2-4 F-2-4 F-2-5 F-2-5 M101: Feed motor...

  • Page 19: Basic Operation Outline

    Technology > Basic Configuration > Basic Operation Outline Basic Operation Outline This equipment trims the fore edge of the stitched booklet, and then delivers the booklet to the saddle delivery tray. This equipment is optionally available and installed in the feed path inside the saddle finisher. When the booklet stitched by the saddle stitcher is fed to this equipment, registration is performed to be prepared for trimming.

  • Page 20: Controls

    Technology > Controls > Overview Controls Sensor Function Reference Detects when waste paper is full Waste paper full sensor (light- 4-24 emitting/S011(PCB2)) Overview IWaste paper full sensor 4-25 (light- receiving/S011(PCB3)) This unit is installed between the saddle unit and saddle delivery tray of the saddle finisher. It stops the center bound booklet for a moment to trim the fore edge.

  • Page 21: Construction Of The Control System

    Technology > Controls > Construction of the Control System Construction of the Control System The booklet is fed by the inlet roller, press roller, and paper delivery roller. Cutter unit Each roller is driven by the feed motor (M101). The feed block is equipped with inlet rollers and the lower inlet roller is separated by the front estrangement motor (M103) in order to prepare for feeding of the center bound booklet.

  • Page 22: Registration Operation

    Technology > Controls > Registration operation Registration operation Registration motor (M102) The sequence of registration operation is described below. 1. Drive the front estrangement motor (M103) before the center bound booklet is fed from the saddle unit to separate the inlet roller (lower). 2.

  • Page 23: Trimming Operation

    Technology > Controls > Trimming operation Trimming operation The sequence of trimming operation is described below. 1. After registration completes, drive the press motor (M105) and press the booklet with the press roller. If the booklet is larger than A3, drive the rear estrangement motor and press the booklet with the paper delivery roller before pressing with the press roller because air must be released from the leading edge of the booklet (back of the booklet).

  • Page 24: Servicing Work

    Technology > Controls > Servicing Work > Scheduled Servicing 2-10 Servicing Work ■ Scheduled Servicing When the endurance time of a part expires soon, replace and/or clean it as required. Item Part name Expected Operation Reference service life Periodically None replaced parts 120,000 Consumable...

  • Page 25: Periodic Servicing

    P e r i o d i c Servicing ■ Periodic Service Works Periodic Servicing...

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    Periodic Servicing > Periodic Service Works Periodic Service Works PR:Replacement (Periodically replaced parts) CR:Replacement (consumable parts) CL:Cleaning LU:Lubrication AD:Adjustment CH:Maintenance As of March 2009 A d j u s t e d / Category Part name Part number Interval Remarks Counter Reference not adjusted...

  • Page 27: Removing This Equipment

    ■ Sensors ■ PCBs R e p l a c e m e n t a n d C l e a n i n g Procedure ■ Removing this Equipment ■ List of Parts F-4-1 F-4-1 ■ Main Units ■...

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    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing this Equipment Removing this Equipment 1) Open the finisher front door. 2) Remove the resin ring. F-4-2 F-4-2 F-4-3 F-4-3 3) Remove the finisher front door in the direction of the arrow. 4) Remove the jam dial (top). Remove 1 screw and remove the jam dial (bottom). F-4-5 F-4-5 F-4-4...

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    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing this Equipment 7) Remove 5 screws and remove the top cover. 5) Remove 3 screws and remove the inner cover. 6) Pull out the saddle unit. F-4-7 F-4-7 F-4-8 F-4-8 F-4-6 F-4-6 8) Remove 1 screw and remove the steel plate. Remove 1 bearing and 2 resin rings. Remove the steel plate and remove the drive belt. Note: Be careful not to lose the parallel pin on the inside of...

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    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing this Equipment 9) Pull out the saddle unit fully while pushing the stopper on both sides of the accuride rail in the direction of the arrow. F-4-10 F-4-10 10) Remove 2 connectors and remove cable from 3 locations of the wire saddle. F-4-11 F-4-11 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure >...

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    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing this Equipment 11) Remove cable from 3 locations of the wire saddle and remove 1 connector. F-4-12 F-4-12 12) Remove 1 connector and secure the cable to the cable guide. 13) Remove the cutter unit from the trimmer unit frame. MEMO: Hold the cutter unit at the locations shown below.

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    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing this Equipment 14) Remove 2 screws. 15) Remove the trimmer unit frame from the finisher. MEMO: Hold the trimmer unit frame at the locations shown below. F-4-15 F-4-15 F-4-16 F-4-16 F-4-17 F-4-17 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing this Equipment...

  • Page 33: Solenoids

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > List of Parts > Motors List of Parts Motors Solenoids M101 M105 M103 M102 M104 SL102 M106 SL101 F-4-19 F-4-19 Part name Part number Reference F-4-18 F-4-18 M101 Feed motor FK2-8204 4-21 M102 Registration motor FK2-8202 4-20 M103...

  • Page 34: Sensors

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > List of Parts > PCBs Sensors PCBs S108 S104 S103 S105 S106 S109 PCB3 S101 PCB2 PCB1 S102 F-4-20 F-4-20 F-4-21 F-4-21 Part name Part number Reference Part name Part number Reference S101 Inlet sensor WG8-5823 PCB1 Trimmer controller PCB...

  • Page 35: Main Units

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Main Units > Removing the cutter unit Main Units Removing the cutter unit 3) Remove 3 screws and remove the inner cover. 1) Remove the finisher front door. 2) Remove the jam dial (top). Remove 1 screw and remove the jam dial (bottom). F-4-22 F-4-22 F-4-23...

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    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Main Units > Removing the cutter unit 4-10 6) Remove the cable from 3 locations of the wire saddle and remove 1 connector. F-4-26 F-4-26 7) Remove 1 connector and secure the cable to the cable guide. 8) Remove the cutter unit from the trimmer unit frame.

  • Page 37: Periodic Parts Replacement, Consumable Parts, And Cleaning Parts

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Periodic Parts Replacement, Consumable Parts, and Cleaning Parts > Removing the scratch prevention sheet (front top) 4-11 Periodic Parts Replacement, Consumable Parts, and Cleaning Parts Removing the scratch prevention sheet (front top) 1) Remove the trimmer unit from the finisher. 2) Remove 2 screws, 2 pins and remove the scratch prevention sheet (front top).

  • Page 38: Removing The Scratch Prevention Sheet (front Bottom)

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Periodic Parts Replacement, Consumable Parts, and Cleaning Parts > Removing the scratch prevention sheet (rear bottom) 4-12 Removing the scratch prevention sheet (front bottom) 1) Remove the trimmer unit from the finisher. 2) Remove 1 screw and remove the scratch prevention sheet (front bottom). MEMO: Remove while lowering the inlet lower guide unit.

  • Page 39: Removing The Scratch Prevention Sheet (rear)

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Periodic Parts Replacement, Consumable Parts, and Cleaning Parts > Removing the scratch prevention sheet (rear) 4-13 Removing the scratch prevention sheet (rear) 1) Remove the trimmer unit from the finisher. 2) Remove 3 screws at the front side, and 3 screws at the rear side. F-4-32 F-4-32 4) Remove 2 resin rings, 1 pulley, 1 parallel pin, and 1 bearing and remove the feeder top unit.

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    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Periodic Parts Replacement, Consumable Parts, and Cleaning Parts > Removing the scratch prevention sheet (rear) 4-14 5) Remove 2 E rings, 1 resin flange, 2 pulleys, 2 parallel pins, 1 belt, and 1 bearing from the rear side. Remove 1 E ring and 1 bearing from the front side. 6) Remove the paper eject pass unit.

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    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Periodic Parts Replacement, Consumable Parts, and Cleaning Parts > Removing the scratch prevention sheet (rear) 4-15 8) Remove E ring, pulley, parallel pin, and bearing at the front side. 9) Remove E ring and bearing at the rear side. Remove the belt and roller unit, and remove the scratch prevention sheet (rear). F-4-38 F-4-38 Note:...

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    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Periodic Parts Replacement, Consumable Parts, and Cleaning Parts > Removing the scratch prevention sheet (rear) 4-16 4-16 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Periodic Parts Replacement, Consumable Parts, and Cleaning Parts > Removing the scratch prevention sheet (rear)

  • Page 43: Solenoids

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Solenoids > Removing the paddle solenoid (SL102) 4-17 Solenoids Removing the paddle solenoid (SL102) 3) Remove 2 far side connectors and remove 2 screws. Remove 3 front side screws and pull out 3 pins. 1)Remove the trimmer unit from the finisher.

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    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Solenoids > Removing the paddle solenoid (SL102) 4-18 6) Remove 2 screws and remove the paddle solenoid together with the mount. F-4-42 F-4-42 4-18 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Solenoids > Removing the paddle solenoid (SL102)

  • Page 45: Removing The Stopper Solenoid (sl101)

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Solenoids > Removing the stopper solenoid (SL101) 4-19 Removing the stopper solenoid (SL101) 1)Remove the trimmer unit from the finisher. 3) Remove 2 far side connectors and remove 2 screws. Remove 3 front side screws and pull out 3 pins. 2)Remove the waste paper box.

  • Page 46: Motors

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Motors > Removing the registration motor (M102) 4-20 Motors Removing the registration motor (M102) 3) Remove 2 far side connectors and remove 2 screws. Remove 3 front side screws and pull out 3 pins. 1) Remove the trimmer unit from the finisher.

  • Page 47: Removing The Feed Motor (m101)

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Motors > Removing the press motor (M105) 4-21 Removing the feed motor (M101) 1)Separate the finisher from the host machine. 3)Remove 1 connector, 2 screws, and remove the feed motor. 2)Remove the cutter unit. F-4-50 F-4-50 Removing the press motor (M105)

  • Page 48: Removing The Rear Estrangement Motor (m104)

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Motors > Removing the front estrangement motor (M103) 4-22 Removing the rear estrangement motor (M104) 1)Separate the finisher from the host machine. 3)Remove 1 connector, 2 screws, and remove the rear estrangement motor. 2)Remove the cutter unit. F-4-52 F-4-52 Removing the front estrangement motor (M103)

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    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Motors > Removing the front estrangement motor (M103) 4-23 3)Pull out the saddle unit fully while pushing the stopper on both sides of the accuride rail in the direction of the arrow. F-4-54 F-4-54 4)Remove 1 connector, 2 screws, and remove the front estrangement motor.

  • Page 50: Sensors

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Sensors > Removing the waste paper full sensor (light emitting/S011(PCB2)) 4-24 Sensors Removing the waste paper full sensor (light emitting/S011(PCB2)) 2) Remove 1 screw and pull out the connector. 1) Remove the trimmer unit from the finisher.

  • Page 51: Removing The Waste Paper Full Sensor (light Receiving/s011(pcb3))

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Sensors > Removing the waste paper full sensor (light receiving/S011(PCB3)) 4-25 Removing the waste paper full sensor (light receiving/S011(PCB3)) 1) Open the finisher front door. 2) Pull out the saddle unit. F-4-58 F-4-58 F-4-59 F-4-59 3)Remove 1 screw and pull out the connector.

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    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Sensors > Removing the waste paper full sensor (light receiving/S011(PCB3)) 4-26 4)Remove 2 hooks and remove the waste paper full sensor. F-4-61 F-4-61 4-26 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Sensors > Removing the waste paper full sensor (light receiving/S011(PCB3))

  • Page 53: Pcbs

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > PCBs > Removing the trimmer controller PCB (PCB1) 4-27 PCBs Removing the trimmer controller PCB (PCB1) 1) Remove the trimmer unit from the finisher. 2) Remove 3 screws and remove the PCB cover. F-4-62 F-4-62 4) Remove 3 screws, 1 locking support, and remove the trimmer controller PCB.

  • Page 54: Installation

    Installation ■ Checking the Contents ■ Installation Procedure Installation...

  • Page 55: Checking The Supplied Parts

    Installation > Checking the Supplied Parts Checking the Supplied Parts Upper cover 1 pc. Screw (bind-head, M4 x 6) 6 pcs. Cutter unit 1 pc. Drive belt 1 pc. Dust box retainer 1 pc. Screw (P tightening. M4 x 6) 1 pc. Trimmer unit frame 1 pc.

  • Page 56: Installation Procedure

    Installation > Installation Procedure > Making Preparations for Installing the Finisher Installation Procedure Making Preparations for Installing the Finisher MEMO: 1) Open the front door of the finisher. 2) Remove the resin ring. • When installing this machine after installing the finisher to the host machine, install this machine after releasing the finisher from the host machine.

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    Installation > Installation Procedure > Making Preparations for Installing the Finisher 6) Using a nipper, cut out the face part of the waste paper 7) Draw out the saddle unit. box on the inner cover. F-5-8 F-5-8 F-5-7 F-5-7 8) At the back of the saddle unit, pull out one connector, and then remove the harness from the harness guide. And then, close the four harness guides.

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    Installation > Installation Procedure > Making Preparations for Installing the Finisher 9) Remove one screw, and then remove the metal plate. After removing the metal plate, move the pully to the front and remove the belt. The removed screw/metal plate are attached again at the rear step. (The belt is no longer required.) F-5-10 F-5-10...

  • Page 59: Installing The Trimmer Unit -------------------------------------------------------

    Installation > Installation Procedure > Installing the Trimmer Unit Installing the Trimmer Unit 1) Insert the pins at the back of the supplied accride rail to the hole at the back side of the finisher. 2) Install the supplied two stepped screws (M4 x 6). Install the accride rail the screw removed in step 11 discussed in "Making Preparations for Installing the Finisher".

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    Installation > Installation Procedure > Installing the Trimmer Unit 5) Using the two supplied screws (bind-head, M4 x 6), secure the trimmer unit frame to the accride rail. F-5-18 F-5-18 MEMO: 6) Place the cutter unit on the trimmer unit frame. Hold the cutter unit as shown below.

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    Installation > Installation Procedure > Installing the Trimmer Unit 7) Remove the harness from the harness guide, and then connect one connector. F-5-21 F-5-21 8) Connect one connector, and then put the harness in three wire saddles. F-5-22 F-5-22 Installation > Installation Procedure > Installing the Trimmer Unit...

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    Installation > Installation Procedure > Installing the Trimmer Unit 9) Push both stopper of the accride rail in the direction of the arrow to draw out the saddle unit as far as possible. F-5-23 F-5-23 10) Put the harness in three wire saddles, and then connect two connectors. F-5-24 F-5-24 Installation >...

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    Installation > Installation Procedure > Installing the Trimmer Unit 5-10 11) At the trimmer unit, remove one resin ring and one bushing not to drop the pin inside the 12) Install the supplied drive belt and the supplied metal platte. Then, attach the bushing and two resin rings gear.

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    Installation > Installation Procedure > Installing the Trimmer Unit 5-11 17) Install the jam dial (lower) using one screw. 18) Attach the front door of the finisher. 19) Secure the front door of the finisher Then, install the jam dial (upper). with one resin ring.

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    Installation > Installation Procedure > Operation Check 5-12 22) The following parts will be no longer needed once the inner trimmer has been installed. • Belt Four screws (RS tightening) • Resin washer • • Static eliminator • Feed unit F-5-30 F-5-30 Operation Check...

  • Page 66: Appendix

    Appendix ■ General Circuit Diagram Appendix...

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    General Circuit Diagram General Circuit Diagram C N 1 2 + 2 4 V 2 C N 8 C N 0 0 8 1 N . C . S101 P - G N D Inlet sensor C N 2 C N 0 0 8 2 T x D S102 R x D...

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