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Color Image Reader Unit - D1/D2
SERVICE MANUAL Rev4
Product Outline
Technology
Periodic Servicing
Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure
Adjustment
Installation
Appendix
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  • Page 1 Color Image Reader Unit - D1/D2 SERVICE MANUAL Rev4 Product Outline Technology Periodic Servicing Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure Adjustment Installation Appendix...
  • Page 2 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.
  • Page 3 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...
  • Page 4 Blank Page...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Basic Configuration (DADF) ---------------------------------------------- 2-13 Component Configuration ------------------------------------------------------2-13 Outline of Electric Circuits ---------------------------------------------------------------2-13 Sensor Layout ------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-14 Drive Configuration ---------------------------------------------------------------2-14 Safety Precautions Outline of Operation Modes ----------------------------------------------------2-15 Outline ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-15 Notes Before it Works Serving ---------------------------------------------0-2 Forward Pickup/Delivery Operation ---------------------------------------------------2-15 Forward Pickup/Reverse Delivery Operation ---------------------------------------2-16 Product Outline Controls (DADF) ------------------------------------------------------------- 2-18 Features (Reader) ------------------------------------------------------------1-2...
  • Page 6 External Covers(Reader) ----------------------------------------------------4-3 Removing the LED PCB --------------------------------------------------------4-22 Removing the Reader Left Cover ---------------------------------------------- 4-3 Removing the Fan ----------------------------------------------------------------4-22 Removing the Reader Front Cover -------------------------------------------- 4-3 Removing the Sensor(SR1,SR2,SR3) ---------------------------------------4-23 Removing the Reader Right Cover -------------------------------------------- 4-3 Removing the Timing Sensor(SR4) ------------------------------------------4-27 Removing the Reader Rear Cover -------------------------------------------- 4-4 Removing the Document Set Sensor(SR5) --------------------------------4-27 Main Units/Parts (Reader) --------------------------------------------------4-5...
  • Page 7 Symbols in the Illustration ------------------------------------------------------- 6-2 Caution During Installation --------------------------------------------------6-3 Turning OFF the Host Machine Power ----------------------------------6-3 Checking the Contents ------------------------------------------------------6-4 Installation Procedure --------------------------------------------------------6-5 Operation Check ------------------------------------------------------------ 6-16 Appendix Service Tools ----------------------------------------------------------------------ii Solvents and Oils ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ii Special Tools ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ii General Circuit Diagram(DADF) -------------------------------------------- iii General Circuit Diagram ---------------------------------------------------------------------iii General Circuit Diagram(Reader) ------------------------------------------- iv...
  • Page 8: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions ■ Notes Before it Works Serving...
  • Page 9: Notes Before It Works Serving

    Safety Precautions > Notes Before it Works Serving Notes Before it Works Serving 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 10: Product Outline

    Product Outline ■ Features (Reader) ■ Specifications (Reader) ■ Names of Parts (Reader) ■ Features (DADF) ■ Specifications (DADF) ■ Names of Parts (DADF) Product Outline...
  • Page 11 Product Outline > Specifications (Reader) Features (Reader) Specifications (Reader) • Adapting Reading sensor, allows low power consumption and high-speed trigger. The major specifications, controls and functions of the original exposure system are described • Exposure to light by white color LED, enables low power consumption, size reducing, and below.
  • Page 12: External View

    Product Outline > Names of Parts (Reader) > Cross Section Names of Parts (Reader) Cross Section Stream reading glass Copyboard glass External View [5]Reader PCB Cover [6]Rear Small Cover [9]Copyboard Glass [4]Reader Rear Cover [7]Reader Right Cover CCD unit F-1-3 [1]Reader Front Cover [3]Reader Left Cover [10]Stream Read Glass...
  • Page 13: Major Components

    Product Outline > Names of Parts (Reader) > Cross Section > Reader Relay PCB ■ Major Components ■ Reader Relay PCB Following shows major components of document exposure system. The function configuration of reader controller PCB is described below. [PCB1]Relay Board [M1]Scanner Motor [SR3]Copyboard Cover J506...
  • Page 14: Specifications (dadf)

    Product Outline > Specifications (DADF) Features (DADF) Specifications (DADF) • Mixed size loading mode enables the feeder to handle the different width originals in a job. Item Specifications Document pickup method Automatic pickup and delivery • New body shape and color. Document loading direction Face-up Document loading position...
  • Page 15: Names Of Parts (dadf)

    Product Outline > Names of Parts (DADF) > Cross Section Names of Parts (DADF) Cross Section External View Slide guide Feeder Cover Rear Cover [11] [13] [12] [15] [14] [10] Front Cover F-1-7 Part name Document supply tray Lower registration roller Upper registration roller Document delivery tray Feed roller...
  • Page 16: Technology

    Technology ■ Technology (Reader) ■ Controls (Reader) ■ Basic Configuration (DADF) ■ Controls (DADF) Technology...
  • Page 17: Basic Sequence

    Technology > Technology (Reader) > Basic Sequence > Basic Sequence at Start Key ON (ADF mode/1 original) Technology (Reader) ■ Basic Sequence at Start Key ON (ADF mode/1 original) Copy start Dust detection control In stream reading Basic Sequence (Scanner motor) F F F F F F ■...
  • Page 18: Controls (reader)

    Technology > Controls (Reader) Controls (Reader) ● Scanner Motor Control Scanner motor driver turns on/off the motor and controls its direction/speed of rotation ■ Controlling the Scanner Drive System according to the signals from CPU. ● Overview Reader relay PCB Main controller PCB 2 3.3V +24V...
  • Page 19: Ccd

    Technology > Controls (Reader) 1) Forward movement when scanning an image ■ CCD CCD operation is controlled by the following sensors when scanning the image. ● Overview Original Start position Original The machine uses the CCD to expose and read an image and the image is read on a line-by- position trailing edge leading edge...
  • Page 20 Technology > Controls (Reader) LED lens cover LED (light source) Photoconductive Lens body LED (light source) mirror No.4 mirror No.3 mirror No.2 mirror No.1 mirror No.5 F-2-7 Lens Black & White (B/W) line Red (R) line Green (G) line Blue (B) line F-2-8 Items Description...
  • Page 21: Enlargement/reduction

    Technology > Controls (Reader) ■ Enlargement/Reduction AB type Inch type ● Magnifications in Main Scanning Direction Original sensor 0 Original sensor 1 In book mode/ADF mode Original detection position 1 An image is read at 100% in main scanning direction. Magnification variation and its data STMTR process are controlled on main controller2 PCB.
  • Page 22 Technology > Controls (Reader) ● Detection Operation Overview Change Result of detection 1) Standby state (The following is in case that the AB type, A4R size is set.) Original absence CCD unit: shading position Original presence LED: OFF Original presence Original sensor: OFF Original presence T-2-2...
  • Page 23: Dirt Sensor Control

    Technology > Controls (Reader) ■ Dirt Sensor Control ● Overview (External The machine changes the original read point or executes image correction depending on light) the presence/absence of dust on the stream reading glass or the platen roller of the ADF to prevent the dust from showing up in the output.
  • Page 24 Technology > Controls (Reader) [Particulars of control] - Between sheets - At the end of a job (dust detection) The machine does not move CCD. CCD checks the light reflected by the surface of the platen roller of the ADF at the read It reads the original using the position determined at the end or start of a job;...
  • Page 25: Image Processing

    Technology > Controls (Reader) 2-10 ■ Image Processing ● CCD Drive The machine's CCD sensor is a 4-line linear image sensor consisting of 7500 pixels. After ● Overview completion of photoelectric conversion in the light-receiving block, the signals are output to The functions of image processing system’s PCB are described below.
  • Page 26 Technology > Controls (Reader) 2-11 ● Shading Correction (Overview) ● PASCAL Control (image gradation) The output of the CCD is not necessarily even for the following factors even when the density of the original is uniform: Changes in temperature/humidity or wear on the machine can cause changes in gradation 1) Variation in the sensitivity of the CCD among pixels characteristics.
  • Page 27: Reader Heater Control

    Technology > Controls (Reader) 2-12 <TEST PATTERN> ■ Reader Heater Control The reader heater is installed the to prevent dew condensation in the reader unit. [Reader heater ON timing] If the environmental switch is turned ON, the reader heater is always ON regardless of states such as power supply ON/OFF of the machine, the sleep.
  • Page 28: Basic Configuration (dadf)

    Technology > Basic Configuration (DADF) > Component Configuration > Outline of Electric Circuits 2-13 Basic Configuration (DADF) Component Configuration ■ Outline of Electric Circuits Electric circuits of this machine are controlled by the main controller PCB2. The main controller PCB2 detect the input signals from sensors to output the signals that drive DC loads such as motors, solenoids, clutches, and fans at the predetermined timings.
  • Page 29: Sensor Layout

    Technology > Basic Configuration (DADF) > Drive Configuration 2-14 Drive Configuration ■ Sensor Layout SR11 PS1/PS2 SR2 SR1 F-2-26 Sensor name Registration sensor Read sensor Delivery reversal sensor Timing sensor Document set sensor Last document detection sensor Document length sensor 2 Document length sensor 1 SR11 Release motor HP sensor...
  • Page 30: Outline Of Operation Modes

    Technology > Basic Configuration (DADF) > Outline of Operation Modes > Forward Pickup/Delivery Operation 2-15 Outline of Operation Modes ■ Forward Pickup/Delivery Operation • Simplex read operation (when two document sheets are placed) ■ Outline This machine has four operation modes. This machine operates in the operation mode NOTE: specified by the host machine to perform printing.
  • Page 31: Forward Pickup/reverse Delivery Operation

    Technology > Basic Configuration (DADF) > Outline of Operation Modes > Forward Pickup/Reverse Delivery Operation 2-16 ■ Forward Pickup/Reverse Delivery Operation • Duplex read operation (when two document sheets are placed) NOTE: This operation is performed for all double-sided documents irrespective of whether document widths are the same or different.
  • Page 32 Technology > Basic Configuration (DADF) > Outline of Operation Modes > Forward Pickup/Reverse Delivery Operation 2-17 End of reading of front side Start of separation of second of second document sheet document sheet and pressurization of delivery roller Stop after feeding the first Removal of registration loop of document sheet to reversal reverse side of first document...
  • Page 33: Controls (dadf)

    Technology > Controls (DADF) > Document Detection > Outline 2-18 Controls (DADF) Document Detection ■ Outline This machine detects a document using either of the two methods depending on the print mode. • Normal print mode (other than mixed size print mode and banner paper mode) •...
  • Page 34: Initial Document Size Detection

    Technology > Controls (DADF) > Document Detection > Detecting Jams 2-19 ■ Initial Document Size Detection The following table shows the relationship among length detection sensor signals, document widths, and initial document sizes. The document length sensor 1 (SR8) and document length sensor 2 (SR8) detect the longitudinal size of the document placed on the document tray, and the document type Sensor name...
  • Page 35: Power Supply

    Technology > Controls (DADF) > Fan 2-20 Power Supply The power supply lines are shown below. This machine is powered via two power supply lines (24 V and 5 V) from the host machine. ・Motor ・Solenoid ・Fan ・Clutch Host machine ・Sonsor ADF driver PCB F-2-35...
  • Page 36 Periodic Servicing ■ Work of Service (Reader) ■ Work of service (DADF) ■ List of Work for Scheduled Servicing (DADF) Periodic Servicing...
  • Page 37: Periodic Servicing Work Of Service (reader)

    Periodic Servicing > Work of Service (Reader) Work of Service (Reader) Scanner rail Scanner rail ■ List of Work for Scheduled Servicing Scanner shaft Scanner shaft CL: Cleaning LU: Lubricate AD: Adjustment CH: Inspection Work Interval Parts name Number Remarks Installation timely Copyboard glass Item performed by user.
  • Page 38: Work Of Service (dadf)

    Periodic Servicing > Work of service (DADF) > Periodic Servicing Work of service (DADF) Periodic Servicing When the parts are reaching the expected service life, perform the parts replacement or When replacing the parts cleaning etc if needed. Item Part name Expected Operation Reference...
  • Page 39: List Of Work For Scheduled Servicing (dadf)

    Periodic Servicing > List of Work for Scheduled Servicing (DADF) List of Work for Scheduled Servicing (DADF) As for the user maintenance point as well, clean it at the time of the periodic maintenance. PR:Replacement (Periodically replaced parts) CR:Replacement (consumable parts) CL:Cleaning LU:Lubrication AD:Adjustment CH:Maintenance As of June 2009 Part name Part number...
  • Page 40: Parts Replacement And Cleaning Procedure

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure ■ List of Parts(Reader) ■ List of Parts(DADF) ■ Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning Points (DADF) Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure...
  • Page 41: External Covers

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > List of Parts(Reader) > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning Points List of Parts(Reader) [5]Reader PCB Cover External Covers [6]Rear Small Cover [9]Copyboard Glass [4]Reader Rear Cover [7]Reader Right Cover Name Part No. Refer to Reader Front Cover Refer to page 4-3...
  • Page 42: External Covers(reader)

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > External Covers(Reader) > Removing the Platen Glass External Covers(Reader) Removing the Reader Right Cover 1) Remove the reader right cover by removing four screws, and then remove one screw from Removing the Reader Left Cover the reader front cover.
  • Page 43: Removing The Reader Rear Cover

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > External Covers(Reader) > Removing the Reader Rear Cover Removing the Reader Rear Cover 4) Remove the reader rear cover. • 4 screws (RS tightening; M3) 1) Open the platen cover (ADF/platen board cover). • 1 claw 2) Remove the reader rear (small) cover.
  • Page 44: Main Units/parts (reader)

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Main Units/Parts (Reader) > Removing the CCD Unit Main Units/Parts (Reader) 7) Remove the shaft retaining blade. • 1 screw Removing the CCD Unit 1) When replacing with a new CCD unit, enter the following service mode to output a P-PRINT.
  • Page 45 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Main Units/Parts (Reader) > Removing the CCD Unit 9) Loosen the screw, and then loosen the belt. 11)Remove the CCD unit. • Cable retainer • CCD flexible cable • Core F-4-12 10)Remove the belt from the hook at the back of the CCD unit. F-4-14 F-4-13 CAUTION:...
  • Page 46: Action To Take After Replacing The Ccd Unit

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Main Units/Parts (Reader) > Removing the CCD Unit > Action to Take after Replacing the CCD Unit ■ Action to Take after Replacing the CCD Unit 4-3) Place a sheet of paper which the user usually uses on the platen glass and execute the following service mode.
  • Page 47: Removing The Platen Glass

    1.Enter the value indicated on the platen glass in the following service mode: COPIER > ADJUST > CCD > W-PLT-X/Y/Z (Input of standard white plate data) F-4-15 2.Enter the service mode, and then select the following:<D1 Only> COPIER > FUNCTION > CCD > DF-WLVL1/2/3/4 (DF white level adjustment) CAUTION:...
  • Page 48: Removing The Adf Scan Glass

    F-4-18 ■ Action to Take after Replacing the ADF Scan Glass 1.Enter the service mode, and then select the following:<D1 Only> COPIER > FUNCTION > CCD > DF-WLVL1/2/3/4 (DF white level adjustment) 1) Place a sheet of paper that the user usually uses on the platen glass, enter the service mode, and then select COPIER >...
  • Page 49 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Main Units/Parts (Reader) > Removing the ADF Scan Glass > Action to Take after Replacing the ADF Scan Glass 4-10 Read the white level in the BOOK mode. (Check the transparency of the glass for BOOK mode.) 4) Place a sheet of paper that the user usually uses on the DF, enter the service mode, and then select COPIER >...
  • Page 50: List Of Parts(dadf)

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > List of Parts(DADF) > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning Points 4-11 List of Parts(DADF) Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning Points External Covers Rear cover Feeder cover Front cover F-4-19 Part name Part number Reference Front cover...
  • Page 51: List Of Clutchs, Solenoids, Motors, Fans, Pcbs

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > List of Parts(DADF) > List of Sensors 4-12 List of Clutchs, Solenoids, Motors, Fans, PCBs List of Sensors PCB1 PCB2 PS1(PCB2) PS2(PCB2) PCB3 SR11 F-4-21 Part name Part number Reference F-4-22 Part name Part number Reference ADF motor Refer to page 4-19...
  • Page 52: External Covers (dadf)

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > External Covers (DADF) > Removing the Rear Cover 4-13 External Covers (DADF) 4) Detach the front cover. - Screw 2 pcs. Removing the Front Cover 1) Open the feeder cover. F-4-25 Removing the Rear Cover 1)Open the feeder cover.
  • Page 53: Removing The Feeder Cover

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > External Covers (DADF) > Removing the Feeder Cover 4-14 Removing the Feeder Cover 1) Open the feeder cover. 2) Open the DADF. 3) Detach the front cover.("Removing the Front Cover"(page 4-13).) 4) Close the DADF. 5) Remove the feeder cover.
  • Page 54: Main Units (dadf)

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Main Units (DADF) > Removing the Feed Unit 4-15 Main Units (DADF) 11) Remove the harness guide. - Connector 5 pcs. - Screw 1 pcs. Removing the Feed Unit 1) Remove the DADF from the host machine. 2) Open the feeder cover.
  • Page 55: Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement And Cleaning Points (dadf)

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning Points (DADF) > Removing the Pickup Roller Unit 4-16 Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement 3)Remove the pickup roller unit . - Resin ring , 2 pcs. and Cleaning Points (DADF) - Bearing , 2 pcs.
  • Page 56: Removing The Separation Pad

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning Points (DADF) > Replacing the Stamp 4-17 Removing the Separation Pad Replacing the Stamp 1)Open the feeder cover. 1)Open the feeder cover and separation guide. 2) Using tweezers, remove the stamp 3)Using tweezers or the like, attach a new stamp.
  • Page 57: Exchanging The Feed Roller Guide

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning Points (DADF) > Exchanging the Feed Roller Guide 4-18 Exchanging the Feed Roller Guide 1) Open the DADF. 2) Remove the feed roller guide . -Screw , 2 pcs. F-4-37 3) Pell off the release paper of the new feed roller guide.
  • Page 58: Clutch Solenoid Motor Fan Pcb (dadf)

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Clutch Solenoid Motor Fan PCB (DADF) > Removing the Release Motor(M2) 4-19 Clutch Solenoid Motor Fan PCB (DADF) Removing the Release Motor(M2) 1) Open the feeder cover. Removing the ADF Motor(M1) 2 Open the DADF. 3) Detach the front cover.("Removing the Front Cover"(page 4-13).)
  • Page 59: Removing The Pressurization Solenoid(sl1)

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Clutch Solenoid Motor Fan PCB (DADF) > Pickup Clutch/Registration Clutch(CL1/CL2) 4-20 Removing the Pressurization Solenoid(SL1) Pickup Clutch/Registration Clutch(CL1/CL2) 1) Open the feeder cover. 1) Open the feeder cover. 2) Remove the rear cover.("Removing the Rear Cover"(page 4-13).) 2) Remove the rear cover.("Removing the Rear Cover"(page...
  • Page 60: Removing The Adf Driver Pcb

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Clutch Solenoid Motor Fan PCB (DADF) > Removing the ADF Driver PCB 4-21 Removing the ADF Driver PCB 4) Remove the clutch - Resin ring 1 pc 1) Open the feeder cover. - Bearing 1 pc 2) Remove the rear cover.("Removing the Rear Cover"(page 4-13).)
  • Page 61: Removing The Led Pcb

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Clutch Solenoid Motor Fan PCB (DADF) > Removing the Fan 4-22 Removing the LED PCB Removing the Fan 1) Open the feeder cover. 1) Open the feeder cover. 2) Open the DADF. 2) Remove the rear cover.("Removing the Rear Cover"(page 4-13).) 3) Detach the front...
  • Page 62: Removing The Sensor(sr1,sr2,sr3)

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Clutch Solenoid Motor Fan PCB (DADF) > Removing the Sensor(SR1,SR2,SR3) 4-23 Removing the Sensor(SR1,SR2,SR3) 8) Remove the document tray. - Connector 1 pc 1) Remove the DADF from the host machine. - Screw 1 pc - Screw 2 pcs.
  • Page 63 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Clutch Solenoid Motor Fan PCB (DADF) > Removing the Sensor(SR1,SR2,SR3) 4-24 12) Remove the pickup clutch/registration clutch support base.("Pickup Clutch/Registration 16) Remove the resin ring, pulley, gear, E-ring, and bearing. Clutch(CL1/CL2)"(page 4-20).) 13) Remove the feed unit.("Removing the Feed Unit"(page 4-15).) 14) Remove the metal plate...
  • Page 64 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Clutch Solenoid Motor Fan PCB (DADF) > Removing the Sensor(SR1,SR2,SR3) 4-25 18) While pushing the hook in the direction of the arrow, remove the platen roller unit in the 19) Detach the cover direction of the arrow. - Screw 2 pcs.
  • Page 65 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Clutch Solenoid Motor Fan PCB (DADF) > Removing the Sensor(SR1,SR2,SR3) 4-26 20) Remove the read roller 2 21) Remove the sensor mount - Resin ring 1 pc. - Hook 2 pcs. - Pulley 1 pc. - Screw 2 pcs.
  • Page 66: Removing The Timing Sensor(sr4)

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Clutch Solenoid Motor Fan PCB (DADF) > Removing the Last Document Detection Sensor(SR7) 4-27 Removing the Timing Sensor(SR4) Removing the Cover Open/Closed Sensor(SR6) 1) Open the feeder cover. 1) Open the feeder cover. 2) Remove the rear cover.("Removing the Rear Cover"(page 4-13).) 2) Remove the rear...
  • Page 67: Removing The Document Length Sensor(sr8,sr9)

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Clutch Solenoid Motor Fan PCB (DADF) > Removing the Release Motor HP Sensor(SR11) 4-28 Removing the Release Motor HP Sensor(SR11) 2) Remove the last document detection sensor - Connector 1 pc 1) Open the feeder cover. 2) Open the DADF.
  • Page 68 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Clutch Solenoid Motor Fan PCB (DADF) > Removing the Release Motor HP Sensor(SR11) 4-29 Removing the Document Width Sensor(PS1,PS2) 1) Detach the cover on the reverse side of the document tray.(Refer to page 4-27) 2)Remove the Tray PCB.
  • Page 69: Adjustment

    Adjustment ■ Image position adjustment(Reader) ■ Overview (DADF) ■ Adjustment Method (DADF) Adjustment...
  • Page 70: Image Position Adjustment(reader)

    Adjustment > Image position adjustment(Reader) > Left Non-Image Width Image position adjustment(Reader) Left Non-Image Width Service mode> COPIER> ADJUST> ADJ-XY> ADJ-Y Copy 10 sheets from each pickup position to check that the image margin and non-image area is within the standard. •...
  • Page 71: Overview (dadf)

    Adjustment > Adjustment Method (DADF) > Adjusting the Height > Pre-check Overview (DADF) Adjustment Method (DADF) Adjusting the Height This machine has the following adjustment items. Carry out each adjustment after replacing the relevant parts. ■ Pre-check Adjustment type Parts to replace Remarks Check whether the front and rear document glass spacers provided under the bottom of the Height adjustment...
  • Page 72: Checking The Left Hinge Height

    Adjustment > Adjustment Method (DADF) > Adjusting the Height > Checking the left hinge height ■ Checking the left hinge height 3) Checking the front-left height of the DADF. Set paper against the protrusions of the stream reading glass in such a manner that the 1) Checking the rear-left height of the DADF.
  • Page 73: Adjustment Procedure

    Adjustment > Adjustment Method (DADF) > Adjusting the Height > Adjust the height of the right hinge ■ Adjustment Procedure ■ Check the height of the right hinge (When the front or rear side is floating) When the DADF is closed, the document hold sheet must be in contact with the 1) Adjust the left hinge height.
  • Page 74: Adjusting The Perpendicularity

    Adjustment > Adjustment Method (DADF) > Adjusting the Perpendicularity Adjusting the Perpendicularity Loosen the screw securing the right hinge. Load a test chart in the DADF to make a copy. NOTE: The test chart is printed on the back cover of the Installation Procedure (this manual). Copy it or clip it out.
  • Page 75: Adjusting The Read Position

    Adjustment > Adjustment Method (DADF) > Adjusting the Magnification Adjusting the Read Position Adjusting the Trailing Edge Registration Start service mode. Place the Test Chart in the DADF, and make a copy. On the Service Mode screen, touch the following notations in sequence to bring up the Compare the copy against the Test Chart for the trailing edge registration;...
  • Page 76: Adjusting The White Level

    Adjustment > Adjustment Method (DADF) > Adjusting the White Level Adjusting the White Level 12) Remove the paper from the copyboard glass, and place it on the original tray of the DADF. 13) Press [DF-WLVL4] on the touch panel to highlight. NOTE: This is a item of adjustment in which the white level of images made in stream reading 14) Press [OK].
  • Page 77: Installation

    Installation ■ How to Utilize This Installation Proceduer ■ Caution During Installation ■ Turning OFF the Host Machine Power ■ Checking the Contents ■ Installation Procedure ■ Operation Check Installation...
  • Page 78: How To Utilize This Installation Procedure

    • In this procedure, Color Image Reader Unit-D1 and Color Image Reader Unit-D2 are Secure Free inclusively called the reader unit. • For the procedure required only for the Color Image Reader Unit-D1, the relevant section Prohibition Checking (Good/Bad) instruction caption is followed by “[D1 only]”.
  • Page 79: Caution During Installation

    Installation > Turning OFF the Host Machine Power Caution During Installation CAUTION: Be sure to lift it flatly. After unpacking the reader unit, do not dispose of the package but put the reader unit on the center of the package box to perform the operation. Do not put the reader unit on the floor directly, as it might cause frame deformation.
  • Page 80: Checking The Contents

    Checking the Contents Open the container box and check that none of the included parts is missing. [1] Color Image Reader Unit-D1 or Color Image Reader Unit-D2 : 1 pc. [2] Reader Left Cover : 1 pc. [3] Reader Right Cover : 1 pc.
  • Page 81: Installation Procedure

    Installation > Installation Procedure Installation Procedure 1) Remove packing materials and tapes from 2) Remove the rear right upper cover. the reader unit. • 2 screws F-6-3 3) Open the waste toner box and remove the rear cover. • 2 screws F-6-4 Installation >...
  • Page 82 Installation > Installation Procedure 4) For the HDD model, disconnect 2 connectors from the controller PCB. F-6-5 5) Remove the controller cover by sliding it to the right. • 1 screw CAUTION: The HDD is attached to the controller cover for the HDD model. Do not cause an impact on it when removing or attaching the controller cover.
  • Page 83 Installation > Installation Procedure 6) Using the included 6 screws (Binding, M4X6), attach the reader unit on the host machine. • Set the left stay with the bosses aligned. • Bump the projection of the reader unit against rear right stay of the host machine. •...
  • Page 84 Installation > Installation Procedure 7) Remove 2 fixing screws of the scanner unit. NOTE: As the fixing screws of the scanner unit will be needed when moving the machine,be sure to keep them. F-6-8 8) Remove the connector cover by releasing the hook with the flat head screwdriver. 9) Attach the grounding plate.
  • Page 85 Installation > Installation Procedure 10) Connect the included 2 flexible cables to the reader controller PCB. 11) Connect 2 flexible cables to the controller PCB of the host machine. F-6-11 F-6-12 12) Connect 2 connectors of the reader to the host machine. 13) Attach the connector cover removed in step 8).
  • Page 86 Installation > Installation Procedure 6-10 14) Open the ADF or platen cover. 15) Remove the reader front cover. • 2 screws F-6-15 16) Attach the fixation plate right included in the host machine. 17) Attach the fixation plate left included in the host machine. •...
  • Page 87 Installation > Installation Procedure 6-11 18) <When 3 Way Unit has been installed> 18) <When 3 Way Unit has been not installed> Open the right lower cover, then open the right upper cover. Open the right lower cover, then remove 2 screws to remove the right upper cover of the host machine.
  • Page 88 Installation > Installation Procedure 6-12 21) Attach the cover removed in step 19). F-6-22 22) Attach the operation panel using 4 screws (TP, M4X6) included in the host machine. F-6-23 6-12 Installation > Installation Procedure...
  • Page 89 Installation > Installation Procedure 6-13 23) Attach the reader front cover removed in step 15). 24) Attach the reader right cover. • 2 screws • 2 screws (RS-tight, M3X8). • 1 hook NOTE: Put three claws of the cover on hooks of the reader unit.
  • Page 90 Installation > Installation Procedure 6-14 27) Affix the included copy inhibition label (written in your language) on the same label 28) <D1 Only> already pasted, as needed. Affix the included finger pinch caution label 2 (written in your language). CAUTION To avoid injury, do not place your hands or fingers in this space.
  • Page 91 Installation > Installation Procedure 6-15 31) <D1 Only> Attach the 2 hinge covers. F-6-31 32) Attach the covers of the host machine removed in previous steps. • Attach the controller cover removed in step 5). • If disconnecting connectors in step 4), connect it.
  • Page 92: Operation Check

    Installation > Operation Check 6-16 Operation Check Connect the power plug of the host machine to the outlet. Turn ON the main power switch. Check the operation such as paper feed to make sure that problems such as a jam or malfunction do not occur. 6-16 Installation >...
  • Page 93: Appendix

    Appendix ■ Service Tools ■ General Circuit Diagram(Reader) ■ General Circuit Diagram(DADF) ■ Signal Name List(Reader) ■ Signal Name List(DADF)
  • Page 94: Solvents And Oils

    Appendix Service Tools ■ Solvents and Oils Name Uses Composition Remarks Vic Clean Cleaning: Hydrocarbon (fluorine • Do not bring near fire. e.g., glass, plastic, family), Alcohol, Surface • Procure locally. rubber parts, external activating agent, Water Isopropyl alcohol may covers be substituted.
  • Page 95: General Circuit Diagram(dadf)

    General Circuit Diagram(DADF) ■ General Circuit Diagram Pickup Registration clutch clutch Release motor motor Pressurization Cover open/closed Registration Read Delivery reversal Timing Document set solenoid sensor sensor sensor sensor sensor sensor 1 CL1 1 CL2 1 2 3 4 1 SL1 1 2 3 4 5 6 J89H 1 2 3 4...
  • Page 96: General Circuit Diagram(reader)

    General Circuit Diagram(Reader) General Circuit Diagram 1BOX_CCD_Unit COR1 FFC1 J603 J602 J508 Relay_Board J505 J502 J501 J510 J511 J601 J609 J608 J607 J606 J605 J604 J610 Host Machine CCD HP sensor Copyboard Cover Copyboard Cover Original Size Original Size Scanner motor Open/Closed Open/Closed Sensor 0...
  • Page 97: Signal Name List(reader)

    Appendix > Signal Name List(Reader) Signal Name List(Reader) Jack. No. Pin No. Abbreviated Signal Name Signal Name J508 SCI_DO SCI_Output Jack. No. Pin No. Abbreviated Signal Name Signal Name SCI_CS SCI_CS J501 SCI_CLK SCI Clock READER_SIZE0 Original Size Sensor 0 SH_R SH_R J502...
  • Page 98: Signal Name List(dadf)

    Appendix > Signal Name List(Reader) Signal Name List(DADF) RIKAN SOL Pressurization solenoid signal ■ Signal Name List PICK CL Pickup clutch signal Jack No. Pin No Abbreviated Signal Name Signal Name REG CL Registration clutch signal REG SENS Registration sensor signal FAN LOCK FAN lock signal READ SENS...
  • Page 99 Appendix > Signal Name List(Reader) RK-MOT A Release motor A RK-MOT A Release motor A* RK-MOT B Release motor B RK-MOT /B Release motor B* Unused SIZE W1 SENS Document width sensor 1 signal SIZE W2 SENS Document width sensor 2 signal LAST SENS Last document detection sensor signal SIZE L2 SENS...

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