Download  Print this page

Advertisement

Inner Finisher-A1
Inner Finisher Additional Tray-A1
Service Manual
Produt Outline
Technlogy
Periodic Servicing
Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure
Installation(Inner Finisher-A1)
Installation(Addtional Tray-A1)
Appendix
1
2
3
4
5
6

Advertisement

   Summary of Contents for Canon Inner Finisher-A1

  • Page 1 Inner Finisher-A1 Inner Finisher Additional Tray-A1 Service Manual Produt Outline Technlogy Periodic Servicing Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure Installation(Inner Finisher-A1) Installation(Addtional Tray-A1) 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 Symols 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 Symols Explanation Symols...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Removing the Finisher Controller PCB --------------------------------------4-35 Removing the Flexile Cale Broadcast PCB -----------------------------4-37 Periodic Service Works ------------------------------------------------------3-2 Others -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-38 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure Stapler Cradle Installation Procedure ----------------------------------------4-38 List of Parts ---------------------------------------------------------------------4-2 Installation(Inner Finisher-A1) Motors/Switches/Solenoids ------------------------------------------------------ 4-2 Making Pre-installation Checks --------------------------------------------5-2...
  • Page 6 Cautions at the Installation ------------------------------------------------------ 5-2 Kontrollen vor der Installation (German/Deutsch) --------------------5-2 Vorsichtshinweise zur Installation ---------------------------------------------- 5-2 Checking Bundled Components -------------------------------------------5-3 How to Utilize This Installation Procedure ------------------------------5-4 When Using the Contained Parts (Bundled Components in the Shipping Carton) ----------------------------------------------------------- 5-4 Symols in the Illustration ------------------------------------------------------- 5-4 Installation Procedure --------------------------------------------------------5-5 Installation Procedure ------------------------------------------------------------- 5-5...
  • Page 7: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions ■ Notes Before it Works Serving...
  • Page 8: 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 9 Produt Outline ■ Names of Parts Specifications ■ Names of Parts ■ Produt Outline...
  • Page 10: Produt Outline Features

    Produt Outline > Features Features • A variety of finishing functions 2 delivery tray + Multi stapling • Large tray capacity (500 sheets+) Utilize the inner room of the system Produt Outline > Features...
  • Page 11: Specifications

    Produt Outline > Specifications Specifications Item Specifications Capable size for Non-sort stacking Width: 100mm-320mm Bunch offset stacking Width: 210mm-297mm alignment Item Specifications Staple stacking Width: 210mm-297mm Stacking method Stacking tray descending method Paper detection Processing tray Availale Paper ejection Face-down ejection Standard tray/Additional Availale Stacking alignment...
  • Page 12: Names Of Parts

    Produt Outline > Names of Parts > External View 2 Names of Parts External View 2 External View 1 Switchback guide Additional Tray-A1 Upper guide part Stack extension tray 1 Stack tray Stack extension tray 2 Tray paper holdig arm Stapler F-1-2 F-1-2...
  • Page 13: Cross Section

    Produt Outline > Names of Parts > Cross Section External View 3 Cross Section Finisher front cover F-1-3 F-1-3 F-1-4 F-1-4 Stack tray Stapler Processing tray Stapler Shift roller Gripper Switchback part Stack height detection lever Entrance roller Produt Outline > Names of Parts > Cross Section...
  • Page 14: Technology

    Technology ■ Basic Configuration Work of Service ■ Technology...
  • Page 15: Outline Of asic Operation

    Technology > Basic Configuration > Outline of basic operation > Offset operation Basic Configuration ■ Offset operation 1.Outline Outline of asic operation Stacking the ejected paper from the host machine onto the processing tray. Every paper stack consisting of 10sheets of paper is offset and ejected on the stack tray. ■...
  • Page 16: Stapling Operation

    Technology > Basic Configuration > Outline of basic operation > Stapling operation ■ Stapling operation Gripper evacuating Shift roller nip and connecting to the stapler 1.Outline connecting mechanism-1 Shift roller nip Stacking the ejected paper from the host machine onto the processing tray. Stapling and connecting mechanism-2 ejecting the paper stack on the stack tray.
  • Page 17 Technology > Basic Configuration > Outline of basic operation > Stapling operation 13)The shift roller starts up to convey the paper stack in the delivering direction and stops 17)The gripper starts to deliver the paper stack. after the shift roller evacuates the trailing edge of the paper stack inside the path guide. 18)At the same time, the stacking height detection lever moves up.
  • Page 18: Servicing Work

    Technology > Servicing Work > Version Upgrade Servicing Work Customer maintenance Scheduled Servicing ■ Cleaning the offset roller • Details When the endurance time of a part expires soon, replace and/or clean it as required. Offset roller should e cleaned once a month to maintain the accuracy of the stacking Item Part name Expected...
  • Page 19: Periodic Servicing

    Periodic Servicing ■ Periodic Service Works Periodic Servicing...
  • Page 20 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 Jule 2009 Category Part name Part numer Interval Remarks Adjusted/ Counter Reference adjusted Stapler Stapler FM4-2710 CR/500,000 sheets None FIN-STPR p.
  • Page 21: Parts Replacement And Cleaning Procedure

    Parts PCBs ■ ■ Others Replacement and Cleaning Procedure List of Parts ■ ■ Main Units ■ Consumale Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning Points ■ Solenoids Motors ■ ■ Switches Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure...
  • Page 22: Motors/switches/solenoids

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > List of Parts > Sensors1 List of Parts Sensors1 Motors/Switches/Solenoids SOL2 SOL1 F-4-1 F-4-1 Part name Part numer Reference Part name Part numer Reference Entrance sensor WG8-5836 STP move motor FK2-8750 Refer to page 4-22 Shift roller HP sensor WG8-5836 Gripper unit move motor...
  • Page 23: Sensors2

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > List of Parts > PCBs Sensors2 PCBs [PCB2] [PCB3] [PCB1] Part name Part numer Reference Part name Part numer Reference PCB1 Finisher controller PCB FM4-2124 Refer to page 4-35 Gripper unit HP sensor WG8-5836 PCB2 Flexile cale roadcast PCB FM4-2125...
  • Page 24: Main Units

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Main Units > Removing the Upper Unit Main Units Removing the Upper Unit 1) Remove three screws and then the inner cover. 2) Remove the additional tray PCB along with the mount (only when the additional tray is installed).
  • Page 25 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Main Units > Removing the Upper Unit 7) Disconnect eight connectors. 8) Place the finisher controller PCB as shown, remove six screws and then the upper guide. F-4-6 F-4-6 F-4-7 F-4-7 9) Remove one wire saddle, one connector, and then the harness leading to the upper guide from 10) Remove five wire saddles, two edge saddles, and then the additional tray harness rearward the harness guide.
  • Page 26 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Main Units > Removing the Upper Unit 11)Remove the harness from the harness guide. 13) Remove four screws and then the upper unit. 12) Remove one screw and then the cover. F-4-11 F-4-11 F-4-10 F-4-10 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure >...
  • Page 27: Removing The Gripper Unit

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Main Units > Removing the Gripper Unit Removing the Gripper Unit 1) Remove the upper unit. 3) Remove the reuse and. "Removing the Upper Unit"(page 4-4). 4) Pull out the gripper unit in the direction of the arrow. 2) Move the stapler rearward.
  • Page 28: Consumale Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement And Cleaning Points

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning Points > Removing the Stapler Unit Consumale Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning Points Removing the Stapler Unit 1) Remove three screws to remove the inner cover. 2) Remove one screw to remove the stapler cover.
  • Page 29: Removing The Offset Roller

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Consumale Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning Points > Removing the Offset Roller Removing the Offset Roller 1) Remove six screws, and then remove the upper guide. 2) Remove the resin retaining ring , and then remove the offset roller. F-4-20 F-4-20 F-4-19...
  • Page 30: Removing The Shutter Unit

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning Points > Removing the Shutter Unit 4-10 Removing the Shutter Unit 1) Remove six screws, and then remove the upper guide. 2) Remove two springs from the upper guide, and then remove the shutter unit. F-4-23 F-4-23 F-4-22...
  • Page 31: Removing The Paper Retainer (front/rear)

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Consumale Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning Points > Removing the Paper retainer (front/rear) 4-11 Removing the Paper retainer (front/rear) 1) Remove six screws, and then remove the upper guide. 2) Remove the guide (front/rear). F-4-25 F-4-25 F-4-24...
  • Page 32 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Consumale Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning Points > Removing the Paper retainer (front/rear) 4-12 3) Using a flat-blade screw driver or the like, remove the hooks of the paper retainer (front/rear), and then remove the paper retainer (front/rear) F-4-27 F-4-27 4-12...
  • Page 33: Removing The Solenoid

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Solenoid > Removing the Paper Lever Drive Solenoid 4-13 Removing the Solenoid Removing the Paper Lever Drive Solenoid 1) Remove the upper unit. 3) Remove the reuse band of the additional tray harness (only when the additional tray is "Removing the Upper Unit"(page 4-4).
  • Page 34 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Solenoid > Removing the Paper Lever Drive Solenoid 4-14 9) Remove three screws and then the grate-shaped guide (lower). 10) Remove two wire saddles. 11) Disconnect the relay connector and one screw. F-4-33 F-4-33 F-4-32...
  • Page 35: Removing The Staple Solenoid

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Solenoid > Removing the Staple Solenoid 4-15 Removing the Staple Solenoid 1) Remove the upper unit. 3) Remove the reuse band of the additional tray harness (only when the additional tray is "Removing the Upper Unit"(page 4-4).
  • Page 36 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Solenoid > Removing the Staple Solenoid 4-16 9) Remove three screws and then the grate-shaped guide (lower). 10) Remove two wire saddles. 11) Disconnect the relay connector and one screw. F-4-41 F-4-41 F-4-40 F-4-40 12) Remove three screws and then the processing tray.
  • Page 37 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Solenoid > Removing the Staple Solenoid 4-17 15) Lay down the finisher lower unit as shown. 16) Remove one screw and then the staple solenoid. F-4-44 F-4-44 4-17 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Solenoid > Removing the Staple Solenoid...
  • Page 38: Removing The Motors

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Shift Roller Release Motor 4-18 Removing the Motors Removing the Shift Roller Release Motor 1) Remove three screws and then the inner cover. 2) Remove the additional tray PCB along with the mount (only when the additional tray is installed).
  • Page 39: Removing The Shift Motor

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Shift Motor 4-19 6) Remove two screws and then the shift roller release motor. F-4-49 F-4-49 Removing the Shift Motor 1) Remove two screws and then the inner cover. 2) Remove the additional tray PCB along with the mount (only when the additional tray is installed).
  • Page 40 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Shift Motor 4-20 3) Disconnect one flexible cable and eight connectors. 6) Remove four wire saddles and the harness from the harness guide, and then pull out the finisher 4) Remove one wire saddle.
  • Page 41: Removing The Feed Motor

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Feed Motor 4-21 11) Release the harness from the guide. 13) Remove two screws, and then remove the shift motor. 12) Remove one screw and then the harness guide. F-4-56 F-4-56 F-4-57...
  • Page 42: Removing The Gripper Open/close Motor

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the STP Move Motor/Gripper Unit Move Motor 4-22 Removing the Gripper Open/Close Motor 1) Remove the gripper unit. 4) Remove two screws and then the gripper open/close motor. "Removing the Gripper Unit"(page 4-7). 2) Remove one screw and then the cover.
  • Page 43 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the STP Move Motor/Gripper Unit Move Motor 4-23 6) Remove the additional tray harness (only when the additional tray is installed). 8) Move the gripper unit in the direction of the arrow. 7) Remove the tray.
  • Page 44 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the STP Move Motor/Gripper Unit Move Motor 4-24 13) Disconnect two connectors and the spring. 12) Remove three screws and then the processing tray. F-4-67 F-4-67 F-4-68 F-4-68 14) Remove two screws and then the STP move motor/gripper unit move motor unit. F-4-69 F-4-69 4-24...
  • Page 45: Removing The Entrance Roller Release /stopper Hp Motor

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Entrance Roller Release /Stopper HP Motor 4-25 Removing the Entrance Roller Release /Stopper HP Motor 1) Remove the harness from the harness guide. 4) Remove two reuse bands. 2) Disconnect one relay connector.
  • Page 46: Removing The Additional Tray Lift Motor

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Additional Tray Lift Motor 4-26 Removing the Additional Tray Lift Motor 1) Remove the additional tray. 4) Turn over the tray. 2) Remove two screws and then the top cover of the tray. 5) Remove two screws and then the bottom cover of the tray.
  • Page 47: Removing The Tray Lift Motor

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Tray Lift Motor 4-27 8) Remove one screw and then the tray lift motor unit along with the mount. F-4-78 F-4-78 Removing the Tray Lift Motor 1) Remove the additional tray. 3) Raise the standard to remove it.
  • Page 48 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Tray Lift Motor 4-28 4) Remove two screws and then the top cover of the tray. 6) Turn over the tray. 5) Disconnect one connector. 7) Remove two screws and then the bottom cover of the tray. F-4-81 F-4-81 F-4-82...
  • Page 49 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Tray Lift Motor 4-29 10) Remove one screw and then the tray lift motor unit along with the mount. F-4-85 F-4-85 4-29 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Tray Lift Motor...
  • Page 50: Removing The Switches

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Switches > Removing the Front Cover Switch 4-30 Removing the Switches Removing the Front Cover Switch 1) Remove three screws and then the inner cover. 2) Remove the additional tray PCB along with the mount (only when the additional tray is installed).
  • Page 51: Removing The Staple Safety Switch

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Switches > Removing the Staple Safety Switch 4-31 9) Remove one wire saddle and two connectors. 10) Remove the front cover switch. F-4-90 F-4-90 Removing the Staple Safety Switch 1) Remove three screws and then the inner cover. 2) Remove six screws and then the upper guide.
  • Page 52 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Switches > Removing the Staple Safety Switch 4-32 3) Remove the additional tray PCB along with the mount (only when the additional tray is 4) Disconnect the relay connector of the staple safety switch, and then remove harness from the wire installed).
  • Page 53 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Switches > Removing the Staple Safety Switch 4-33 5) Release the hook using a flat-blade screwdriver or the like, and then remove the cover. 6) Remove the staple safety switch. F-4-96 F-4-96 4-33 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure >...
  • Page 54: Removing The Pcb

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the PCB > Removing the Additional Tray PCB 4-34 Removing the PCB Removing the Additional Tray PCB 1) Remove three screws and then the inner cover. 2) Disconnect the three connectors from the additional tray PCB. F-4-97 F-4-97 F-4-98...
  • Page 55: Removing The Finisher Controller Pcb

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the PCB > Removing the Finisher Controller PCB 4-35 Removing the Finisher Controller PCB 1) Remove three screws and then the inner cover. 2) Remove the additional tray PCB along with the mount (only when the additional tray is installed).
  • Page 56 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the PCB > Removing the Finisher Controller PCB 4-36 7) Disconnect eight connectors. 8) Detach the PCB cover in the direction of the arrow. F-4-105 F-4-105 F-4-104 F-4-104 9) Remove three screws and then the finisher controller PCB. F-4-106 F-4-106 4-36...
  • Page 57: Removing The Flexile Cale Broadcast Pcb

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the PCB > Removing the Flexile Cale Broadcast PCB 4-37 Removing the Flexile Cale Broadcast PCB 1) Remove two screws and then the inner cover. 2) Move the stapler unit rearward. 3) Remove the harness from the harness guide. 4) Remove one screw and then the cover.
  • Page 58: Others

    Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Others > Stapler Cradle Installation Procedure 4-38 Others Stapler Cradle Installation Procedure MEMO: The stapler cradle (without stapler unit) can run off the rails when it is moved rearward. If this happens, bring back the stapler cradle onto the rails following the procedure below. This also applies to the stapler cradle with a stapler unit.
  • Page 59: Installation(inner Finisher-a1)

    Installation(Inner Finisher-A1) ■ Making Pre-installtion Checks Checking Bundled ■ Components ■ How to Utilize This Installation Procedure Installation Procedure ■ Installation(Inner Finisher-A1)
  • Page 60: Making Pre-installation Checks

    In case the USB Device Port-B1 is about to be installed in the host machine besides the Inner Finisher-A1, fit the DP support plate and the cables contained in a carton box of the USB Device Port-B1 prior to the installation of the Inner Finisher-A1.
  • Page 61: Checking Bundled Components

    Installation(Inner Finisher-A1) > Checking Bundled Components Checking Bundled Components Finisher [10] Right front cover Staple cartridge Staple sheet 3pcs Fixture Front lower cover 1pc Finisher guide Tray lower cover Screw 5pcs [11] (RS-tight,M3x6) [10] Screw [13] (Binding,M3x6) [12] [11] Screw...
  • Page 62: How To Utilize This Installation Procedure

    Installation(Inner Finisher-A1) > How to Utilize This Installation Procedure > Symbols in the Illustration How to Utilize This Installation Procedure When Using the Contained Parts (Bundled Components in the Shipping Carton) After unpacking, confirm the parts contained in the package by referring to the illustration of “Bundled Components”...
  • Page 63 Installation(Inner Finisher-A1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure Installation Procedure Installation Procedure 1) Hold the positions shown in the figure and take out the finisher from 2) Remove the adhesive tapes and cushions and remove 3 screws to detach the 2 fixtures.
  • Page 64 Installation(Inner Finisher-A1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure 4) Remove the reversal guide. The reversal guide is no longer reused. 5) Open the toner cover and the right door of the host machine. F-5-8 F-5-8 F-5-9 F-5-9 F-5-7 F-5-7 6) Remove 1 cap and 2 screws to detach the combined right front cover of the host machine and the inner cover.
  • Page 65 Installation(Inner Finisher-A1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure 9) Detach the combined delivery tray of the host machine and its lower cover. The lower cover is no longer reused. 8) Remove 2 screws to detach the front silver cover. (Left:TP screw, Right:RS-tight screw)
  • Page 66 Installation(Inner Finisher-A1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure 12) Release the fitting to remove the switch cover from the right front cover. 13) Fit the switch cover removed at Step 12 to the Right front cover. F-5-16 F-5-16 F-5-17 F-5-17 14) Remove 1 cap and 1 screw to detach the inner cover (small) of the host machine.
  • Page 67 Installation(Inner Finisher-A1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure 16) Remove the sensor flag of the 2nd delivery tray. The sensor flag is no longer reused. 17) Remove 1 screw to detach the small cover. Reverse the small cover and restore it to the original position. Removed (This step is applicable only when the 2nd delivery tray is installed in the host machine.)
  • Page 68 Installation(Inner Finisher-A1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure 5-10 20) Slide the tray lower cover to rear side until it stops while pressing it down and fix it by 1 21) Fix the supplied harness cover and finisher guide with 1 screw (binding screw, M3x12) screw (binding screw, M3x6) using a stubby screwdriver.
  • Page 69 Installation(Inner Finisher-A1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure 5-11 23) Hold the positions shown in the figure and lift the finisher, and then set the finisher into the host machine. *CAUTION: When setting the finisher in the host machine, be careful so that the right lower plate does not touch the hook of the silver cover.
  • Page 70 Installation(Inner Finisher-A1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure 5-12 26) Pass the interface cable through the wire saddle fixed at Step 22 and attach the 27) Fix the front silver cover with 2 screws removed at Step 8. connectors to the host machine connectors.
  • Page 71 Installation(Inner Finisher-A1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure 5-13 30) Fix the combined right front cover and inner cover contained in the finisher 31) Set the supplied staple cartridge into the stapler. carton box with 2 screws (RS-tight screw, M3x6).
  • Page 72: Installation Procedure

    Installation(Addtional Tray-A1) ■ Making Pre-installtion Checks Checking Bundled ■ Components ■ How to Utilize This Installation Procedure Installation Procedure ■ Installation(Addtional Tray-A1)
  • Page 73: Making Pre-installation Checks

    Installation(Addtional Tray-A1) > Making Pre-installation Checks > Cautions at the Time of Installation Making Pre-installation Checks Cautions at the Time of Installation 1. How to Disconnect the Main Power 1)Turn OFF the main power switch of the Host Machine. 2)Be sure that the Control Panel Display and the Main Power Lamp are both turned OFF, and then disconnect the power plug.
  • Page 74: Checking Bundled Components

    Installation(Addtional Tray-A1) > Checking Bundled Components Checking Bundled Components F-6-2 F-6-2 Additional tray 1pc. Driver PCB 1pc. Relay harness 1pc. Wire saddles 3pcs. Screw(RS-tight, M3 x 6) 1pc. Installation(Addtional Tray-A1) > Checking Bundled Components...
  • Page 75: How To Utilize This Installation Procedure

    Installation(Addtional Tray-A1) > How to Utilize This Installation Procedure > Symbols in the Illustration How to Utilize This Installation Procedure Symols in the Illustration The frequently-performed operations/works are described with symbols in this procedure. When Using the Contained Parts(Bundled Components Check the description below.
  • Page 76: Installation Procedure

    Installation(Addtional Tray-A1) > Installation Procedure > Preparation to install in the host machine Installation Procedure Preparation to install in the host machine 1) Remove the 6 screws to detach the upper guide. 2) Remove the screw to free the safety switch sensor unit. (Stepped screw x 2, Binding screw x 4) Stepped screw F-6-4...
  • Page 77: Connecting To Connected Equipment

    Installation(Addtional Tray-A1) > Installation Procedure > Connecting to Connected Equipment Connecting to Connected Equipment 1) Set the guide wheels of the additional tray to the finisher rail and move the additional tray down with the same way as Step 3. F-6-6 F-6-6 MEMO: Confirm that the tray does not incline.
  • Page 78 Installation(Addtional Tray-A1) > Installation Procedure > Connecting to Connected Equipment 2) Remove the 3 screws to detach the inner front cover. 3) Fix the additional tray driver PCB with the supplied screw. F-6-9 F-6-9 F-6-8 F-6-8 4) Fix the supplied 3 harness guides. 5) Put the additional tray harness in the slit of the harness guide.
  • Page 79 Installation(Addtional Tray-A1) > Installation Procedure > Connecting to Connected Equipment 6) Wire the harness along the harness guide part [A] of the rear cover and fix the reuse band. Then fix the grounding wire together with the one of the standard tray harness. F-6-12 F-6-12 7) Set the harness in the 6 harness guides.
  • Page 80 Installation(Addtional Tray-A1) > Installation Procedure > Connecting to Connected Equipment 9) Joint the supplied relay harness to the connectors of the finisher controller PCB and 10) Fix the inner front cover removed in Step 5 with the 3 screws. the additional tray driver PCB. F-6-15 F-6-15 F-6-16...
  • Page 81: Appendix

    Appendix ■ Service Tools General Circuit Diagram ■...
  • Page 82: Solvents And Oils

    Appendix > Service Tools > Special Tools Service Tools Solvents and Oils Name Uses Composition Remarks Vic Clean Cleaning: Hydrocarbon (fluorine Do not bring near fire.Procure e.g., glass, plastic, family), Alcohol, locally.Isopropyl alcohol may rubber parts, Surface activating esustituted. external covers agent, Water T-6-1 T-6-1...
  • Page 83: General Circuit Diagram

    General Circuit Diagram Inner Finisher-A1 Entrance Roller Gripper Open/Close Shift Roller HP Release /Stopper Shift Roller Shift Motor Motor Sensor HP Motor Release Motor Gripper Unit Move Feed Motor STP Move Motor Motor Gripper Stapler Connection Entrance Roller Grip Arm...
  • Page 84 Additional Tray-A1 CN58 Additional Tray Upper/Lower Limit Sensor Finisher Controller PCB CN59 Additional Tray PCB CN55 Additional Tray Paper Sensor CN60 Additional Tray Clock Sensor Additional Tray Lift Motor CN57...

This manual is also suitable for:

Inner finisher additional tray-a1

Comments to this Manuals

Symbols: 0
Latest comments: