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Table of Contents
Portable Manual
iR C6800 Series
Jan 20 2005

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  • Page 1 Portable Manual iR C6800 Series Jan 20 2005...
  • Page 3 When changes occur in applicable products or in the contents of this manual, Canon will release technical information as the need arises. In the event of major changes in the contents of this manual over a long or short period, Canon will issue a new edition of this manual.
  • Page 4 Introduction Symbols Used This documentation uses the following symbols to indicate special information: Symbol Description Indicates an item of a non-specific nature, possibly classified as Note, Caution, or Warning. Indicates an item requiring care to avoid electric shocks. Indicates an item requiring care to avoid combustion (fire). Indicates an item prohibiting disassembly to avoid electric shocks or problems.
  • Page 5 Introduction The following rules apply throughout this Service Manual: 1. Each chapter contains sections explaining the purpose of specific functions and the relationship between electrical and mechanical systems with reference to the timing of operation.  In the diagrams, represents the path of mechanical drive; where a signal name accompanies the symbol , the arrow indicates the direction of the electric signal.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Chapter 1 Maintenance and Inspection 1.1 Periodically Replaced Parts..........................1- 1 1.1.1Overview ..............................1- 1 1.1.2Reader Unit..............................1- 1 1.1.3Printer Unit ..............................1- 1 1.1.4Print Unit ..............................1- 2 1.2 Durables and Consumables ..........................1- 5 1.2.1Overview ..............................1- 5 1.2.2Overview ..............................
  • Page 8 Contents 2.5 Image Formation System..........................2- 27 2.5.1After Replacing the Black Developing Unit....................2- 27 2.5.2Points to Note When Mounting the Polarity Positioning Plate ..............2- 27 2.5.3Replacing the Color Developing Unit ....................... 2- 27 2.5.4Replacing the Starter of the Color Developing Unit ................. 2- 30 2.5.5After Replacing the Primary Charging Assembly ..................
  • Page 9 Contents 3.1.1Error Code in Detail ............................ 3- 1 3.2 Error Code (SEND) ............................3- 45 3.2.1Self-Diagnostic Display ..........................3- 45 3.2.2List of Error Codes without Messages ...................... 3- 48 Chapter 4 User Mode Items 4.1 Common Settings .............................. 4-1 4.2 Setting the Timers ............................. 4-3 4.3 Adjustment and Cleaning ..........................
  • Page 10 Contents 5.5 FUNCTION (Operation/Inspection Mode) ..................... 5- 83 5.5.1 COPIER..............................5- 83 5.5.1.1 COPIER List ............................5- 83 5.5.2 FEEDER..............................5- 105 5.5.2.1 FEEDER List ........................... 5- 105 5.6 OPTION (Machine Settings Mode)....................... 5- 110 5.6.1 COPIER..............................5- 110 5.6.1.1 COPIER List ............................ 5- 110 5.6.2 FEEDER..............................
  • Page 11 Contents 7.3.1Specifications .............................. 7- 9 7.4 Function List..............................7- 13 7.4.1Print Speed ..............................7- 13 7.4.2Print Speed ..............................7- 15 7.4.3Paper Type..............................7- 18 7.4.4Accessories ..............................7- 19 Chapter 8 Upgrading 8.1 Outline of the Version Upgrade ........................8-1 8.2 Outline of the Service Support Tool........................8-2 8.3 Network Interface of the Machine with the SST in Use ...................
  • Page 13 Chapter 1 Maintenance and Inspection...
  • Page 15 Contents Contents 1.1 Periodically Replaced Parts..........................1-1 1.1.1 Overview ..............................1-1 1.1.2 Reader Unit..............................1-1 1.1.3 Printer Unit ..............................1-1 1.1.4 Print Unit ..............................1-2 1.2 Durables and Consumables ..........................1-5 1.2.1 Overview ..............................1-5 1.2.2 Overview ..............................1-5 1.2.3 Reader Unit..............................1-5 1.2.4 Printer Unit ..............................
  • Page 17: Periodically Replaced Parts

    Chapter 1 1.1 Periodically Replaced Parts 1.1.1 Overview 0002-9397 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN Some parts of the machine must be replaced on a periodical basis for the machine to maintain a specific level of performance. They must be replaced regardless of the presence/absence of external changes or damage, as the performance of the machine will be considerably affected once they fail.
  • Page 18: Print Unit

    Chapter 1   as of March 2004 Ref. Parts name Parts No. Q'ty Interval Remarks FL2-2427- 500,000 Charging wire cleaner 1 images* FL2-2428- 500,000 Charging wire cleaner 2 images* FB4-3687- 500,000 Pre-transfer charging wire images* Pre-transfer charging FL2-2427- 500,000 assembly wire cleaner 1 images* Pre-transfer charging FL2-2428-...
  • Page 19 Chapter 1 T-1-2 as of March 2004 Ref. Parts name Parts No. Q'ty Interval Remarks FC5-2486- 250,000 Ozone filter images* FL2-0554- 250,000 Toner filter images* FB4-3687- 500,000 Primary charging wire images* FL2-2427- 500,000 Charging wire cleaner 1 images* FL2-2428- 500,000 Charging wire cleaner 2 images* FB4-3687-...
  • Page 20 Chapter 1   ** Under high humidity and high temperature condition, 85,000 images...
  • Page 21: Durables And Consumables

    Chapter 1 1.2 Durables and Consumables 1.2.1 Overview 0005-8047 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN Some parts of the machine may have to be replaced once or more over the period of machine warranty because of wear or damage. Replace them as needed by referring to the table of estimated lives (expressed in terms of the number of prints they make).
  • Page 22 Chapter 1   T-1-3 as of March 2004 Ref. Parts name Parts No. Interval Remarks FB1-8581- Feed roller (manual feed) 120,000 prints Separation roller (manual FB5-0873- 120,000 prints feed) FL2-0411- ITB cleaner scoop-up sheet 150,000 prints Secondary transfer static FL2-0598- 150,000 prints eliminator holder FC5-6298-...
  • Page 23 as of March 2004 Ref. Parts name Parts No. Interval Remarks Separation roller (left/right FC5-2528- [14] 250,000 prints paper deck) FC5-2524- [15] Pickup roller (cassette 3/4) 250,000 prints FC5-2526- [16] Feed roller (cassette 3/4) 250,000 prints Separation roller (cassette 3/ FC5-2528- [17] 250,000 prints...
  • Page 24 Chapter 1   as of March 2004 Ref. Parts name Parts No. Interval Remarks FC6-2843- 600,000 [30] ITB edge scraper images*2 Fixing heat discharge ozone FC5-6370- 1,000,000 [31] filter images*2 FL2-0554- 1,000,000 [32] Tner filter (inside) images*2 Bk developing cylinder FM2-0434- 1,000,000 [33]...
  • Page 25 2004 年 10 月現在 数 番号 部品名称 部品番号 交換目安 備考 量 FC5-1660- 165,000 イ [10] 一次転写ローラ メージ 片エッジ使 FC5-1788- 195,000 イ [11] クリーナブレード 用、潤滑剤 メージ 塗布 FC5-2524- 各 [12] 25 万枚 給紙ローラ(左右デッキ) FC5-2526- 各 [13] 25 万枚 搬送ローラ(左右デッキ) FC5-2528- 各 [14] 25 万枚...
  • Page 26: Printer Unit

    Chapter 1   2004 年 10 月現在 数 番号 部品名称 部品番号 交換目安 備考 量 FM2-0501- [27] 50 万枚 排紙下分離爪ユニット RB1-0325- [28] 50 万枚 加圧断熱ブッシュ FC5-2582- [29] 50 万枚 外部加熱断熱ブッシュ FC6-2843- 60 万イメー [30] ITB 端部スクレーパ ジ オゾンフィルタ ( 定着排 FC5-6370- 100 万イメー...
  • Page 27 as of March 2004 Ref. Parts name Parts No. Interval Remarks FL2-0411- ITB cleaner scoop-up sheet 150,000 prints Secondary transfer static FL2-0598- 150,000 prints eliminator holder FC5-6298- 150,000 Fixing roller prints* FC5-6299- 150,000 Pressure roller prints* FC5-2285- 150,000 Outside heating roller prints* 195,000 lubricate...
  • Page 28 as of March 2004 Ref. Parts name Parts No. Interval Remarks Separation roller (cassette 3/ FC5-2528- [17] 250,000 prints Primary transfer static FM2-0420- 300,000 [18] eliminator images*2 FC5-1658- 300,000 [19] images*2 Secondary transfer inside FC5-1661- [20] 300,000 prints roller FL2-0422- 390,000 [21] Cleaner scoop-up sheet...
  • Page 29 Chapter 1 as of March 2004 Ref. Parts name Parts No. Interval Remarks Developing roll (black FC5-1863- 1,000,000 [34] developing assembly) prints *1: in the case of a color ratio of 10%; if 100%, 60,000 prints; if 0%, 180,000 prints. *2: in the case of a black mono color print, counted as 1 image;...
  • Page 30: Scheduled Servicing Basic Procedure

    Chapter 1   1.3 Scheduled Servicing Basic Procedure 1.3.1 Scheduled Servicing Basic Procedure 0003-4125 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN - As a rule, provide scheduled servicing every 150,000 prints. - Check with the Service Book before setting out for a scheduled service visit, and take parts for which replacement is expected.
  • Page 31: Scheduled Servicing (reader Unit)

    Chapter 1 4) Check the waste toner case. If half full or more, dispose of the waste toner in a vinyl bag or the like for collection; or, replace the waste toner case. - If you need to dispose of the waste toner, be sure to do so in strict accordance with the regulations imposed by the local authorities.
  • Page 32: Scheduled Servicing (printer Unit)

    Chapter 1   Interva Unit Location Remarks Original ADF reading clea 195,000 clean the back and the face. exposure glass images system Original Scanner rail clea exposure needed system lubr icat Original Scanner mirror clea 195,000 exposure (No. 1 through images system No.
  • Page 33 T-1-8 Interva Unit Location Item Remarks Externals Ozone repla 250,000 filter images controls Externals Toner repla 250,000 filter images controls [1]Toner filter [2]Ozone filter Externals Dust- clean 250,000 collectin prints controls g filter (primary inside of the right upper cover Laser Dust- clean...
  • Page 34 Interva Unit Location Item Remarks Charging Primary clean upon assembly charging installat wire repla 500,000 images Charging Primary clean upon assembly grid wire installat ion, 250,000 images repla 500,000 images Charging Charging repla 500,000 assembly wire images cleaner (primary changing assembly Charging Pre-...
  • Page 35 Interva Unit Location Item Remarks Charging Charging clean upon assembly assembly installat shielding ion, plate 250,000 images Photosensi Drum clean 1,000,0 tive drum heater sliding lubri images area cate Clean the terminal [1] of the slip ring using alcohol; then, apply a small amount of lubricant (FY9-6008). Photosensi Shifting adjus...
  • Page 36 Interva Unit Location Item Remarks Black Developi clean 250,000 developin ng stray prints toner- assembly blocking sheet [1]Developing stray toner-blocking sheet Black Developi clean 250,000 [2]Developing drive gear developin ng drive prints [3]Developing roll gear [4]Bias roller toner collection case assembly Black Developi...
  • Page 37 Interva Unit Location Item Remarks Color Developi clean 250,000 developin images cylinder assembly bushing Color Bottle clean 250,000 developin cover images assembly Color Color clean 250,000 developin toner images cartridge assembly placeme nt sensor window [1]Color toner cartridge placement sensor window Intermedia Patch clean...
  • Page 38 Interva Unit Location Item Remarks Intermedia Pre- clean 150,000 te transfer transfer prints assembly corona area assembly rail, thereund Intermedia Scoop- clean 150,000 te transfer up sheet prints assembly base, area thereund Intermedia Cleaner clean 150,000 te transfer container prints assembly area hereunde...
  • Page 39 Interva Unit Location Item Remarks Feeding Registrat clean 250,000 assembly ion roller prints Feeding Registrat clean 250,000 assembly ion guide prints Hopper Toner clean 250,000 assembly receptacl prints e/supply mouth Fixing Fixing chec upon assembly installat Fixing Fixing clean 150,000 assembly thermisto prints...
  • Page 40: Shifting The Photosensitive Drum Phase

    Chapter 1   Interva Unit Location Item Remarks Fixing Inlet clean 150,000 use lint-free with specified solvent. assembly guide prints Delivery Upper/ clean 150,000 use lint-free paper with specified solvent. assembly lower prints separatio n claw Waste Waste inspe 250,000 toner toner box images*...
  • Page 41 Chapter 1 - when detaching and attaching the drum (i.e., when the initial drum phase is lost) Here,3. "Mechanical Work" in the detailed instructions is not needed. To avoid the possible discrepancy in phase, however, be sure to perform 1. "Preparatory Work" and 3. "Updating the Density Initial Data." <Detailed Instructions>...
  • Page 42 Chapter 1   roller is freed). F-1-4 2-5 Check to find out the position of the marking [2] on the drum flange in relation to the protrusion [1] of the drum fixing member. (checking the drum phase) In the figure, the marking [2] on the drum flange is at "." on the left and ".." on the right in relation to the protrusion [1] of the drum fixing member.
  • Page 43 Chapter 1 F-1-6 1. COPIER > TEST > PG > TYPE = 16 2. COPIER > FUNCTION > INSTALL > AINR-OFF = 1 4. COPIER > FUNCTION > MISC-P > DR-P-ADJ = OK 5. COPIER > FUNCTION > MISC-P > P-PRINT = OK 6.
  • Page 44 Chapter 1   2-7 Fit the drum stop tool [1] in the drum flange [2]; then, turn the drum counterclockwise by 90 deg. F-1-9 1: When fixing the tool to the flange, be sure to turn the drum only after matching the protrusion [2] of the tool against the cut-off [1] of the drum flange.
  • Page 45 Chapter 1 Position of the Flange Before the Phase Is Shifted (at time of shipment) Position of the Flange After the Phase Is Shifted (after the shift work for the first time) F-1-11 3: Do not shift the drum phase as part of normal work involving drawing out of the process unit. 2-8 After fitting the drum fixing member [2] to the drum flange [1], hold it down from above using the drum stop tool [3].
  • Page 46 Chapter 1   cover. F-1-13 The following figure shows a label with a check mark indicating that the work has been performed. 1. COPIER > TEST > PG > TYPE = 16 2. COPIER > FUNCTION > INSTALL > AINR-OFF = 1 4.
  • Page 47 Use it to indicate the counter reading for determining the intervals of the work. (The denominator indicates the counter reading of the work intervals, while the numerator indicates the counter reading on an actual machine). - Settings: 00000000 to 99999999 - At Time of Shipment denominator of counter reading: 200,000 images (Japan);...
  • Page 48: Cleaning

    Chapter 1   1.4 Cleaning 1.4.1 Cleaning the Secondary Transfer Rear Guide 0004-6732 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN 1) Open the front cover. 2) Slide out the fixing/feeding assembly. 3) Wipe the ribs one by one by moving lint-free paper moistened with alcohol in the direction of the arrow in the figure.
  • Page 49 Chapter 1 F-1-16 4) Remove the paper lint building up over the transparency sensor [1] using a blower brush. F-1-17 5) Remove the 2 screws [1], and detach the grounding spring [2]. 6) Remove the screw [3]. F-1-18 7) Remove the 3 screws [1], and detach the registration roller upper stay [3] together with the grounding spring [4] while freeing the spring [2] off its hook.
  • Page 50 Chapter 1   F-1-19 8) Open the registration upper guide [1], and clean the back [1] of the upper guide and the lower guide [2] using lint- free paper moistened with alcohol. 9) Remove the paper lint building up on the transparency sensor [3] using a blower brush. F-1-20 10) Turn the upper registration roller [1] and the lower registration roller [2] to clean them with lint-free paper moistened with alcohol.
  • Page 51 Chapter 2 Standards and Adjustments...
  • Page 53 Contents Contents 2.1 Image Adjustment Basic Procedure ........................2-1 2.1.1 Image Adjustment Basic Procedure 1 ......................2-1 2.1.2 Image Adjustment Basic Procedure 2 ......................2-2 2.1.3 Image Adjustment Basic Procedure 3 ......................2-3 2.1.4 Image Adjustment Basic Procedure 4 ......................2-4 2.1.5 Image Adjustment Basic Procedure 5 ......................
  • Page 54 Contents 2.6.7 Adjusting the Position of the Feeding Web Solenoid (SL2) ..............2-56 2.6.8 Points to Note About the Position of the Fixing Thermal Switch ............. 2-56 2.6.9 Points to Note When Mounting the Shift Thermal Switch................ 2-57 2.6.10 Points to Note When Mounting the Outside Heating Roller ..............2-58 2.6.11 Points to Note When Mounting the Fixing Upper Thermistor ..............
  • Page 55: Image Adjustment Basic Procedure

    Chapter 2 2.1 Image Adjustment Basic Procedure 2.1.1 Image Adjustment Basic Procedure 1 0005-4335 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN The image adjustment basic procedure consists of the following steps: Image Adjustment Basic Procedure 1 START Turn off the potential control mechanism: COPIER>OPTION>BODY>P0-CNT '0'...
  • Page 56: Image Adjustment Basic Procedure 2

    Chapter 2   *1: Make a Bk mono copy. If the said fault is absent, make a full color copy. (Be sure not to make more than 5 full color copies.) <At the End of the Work> When done, go through he following so that the machine is ready to generate images of optimum quality. 1) Enable the potential control mechanism in service mode (set '1' to the following, and execute the item: COPIER>option>PO-CNT).
  • Page 57: Image Adjustment Basic Procedure 3

    Chapter 2 <Check the Primary / Grid output> Image adjustment basic procedure 2 Turn off the potential control mechanism: Is the difference between the actual measurement of COPIER>OPTION>BODY>P0-CNT '0' GRID-CNT and the foregoing value B within +/-10%? Measure the voltage PR-CNT at J1111B-9 found on the DC controller PCB during copying operation.
  • Page 58: Image Adjustment Basic Procedure 4

    Chapter 2   <Check the Laser output> Image adjustment basic procedure 3 Turn on the potential control mechanism: COPIER>OPTION>BODY>P0-CNT '1' Make the following selections in service mode, and set '1' : Unconditional execution COPIER>FUNCTION>DPC>DPC. Thereafter, of potential control mechanism turn off and then on the main power switch. Check the following service mode settings: COPIER>DISPLAY>DPOT>LPWR-Y COPIER>DISPLAY>DPOT>LPWR-M...
  • Page 59: Image Adjustment Basic Procedure 5

    Chapter 2 <Check the Developing output> Image adjustment basic procedure 4 Turn on the potential control mechanism: COPIER>OPTION>BODY>P0-CNT '1' Is the fault in a color or in the black? Color Measure the voltage DEV_CL_DC_CONT Measure the voltage DEV_DC_CONT at at J1132A-9 found on the DC controller J1132A-11 found on the DC controller during full color printing operation.
  • Page 60: Image Adjustment Basic Procedure 6

    Chapter 2   <Check the Primary transfer output> Image adjustment basic procedure 5 Is the toner image on Replace the photosensitive the photosensitive drum drum. before transfer normal? Turn off the potential control mechanism: COPIER>OPTION>BODY>P0-CNT '0' Measure the voltage TR1CONT at J1132B-8 found on the DC controller PCB during black printing operation.
  • Page 61: Potential Control Conversion Table

    Chapter 2 <Check the Secondary output> Image adjustment basic procedure 6 Turn off the potential control mechanism: COPIER>OPTION>BODY>P0-CNT '0' Measure the voltage 2TRCONTP at J1119B-13 found on the DC control PCB during black printing operation. Make the following selections in service mode (current level of secondary transfer): COPIER >DISPLAY>HV-STS>2TR.
  • Page 62 T-2-1 Color Black Primar Second Control Primar Grid develop develop voltage y (uA) ment ment transfe transfe r (uA) r (uA) 1.031 1395.5 99.4 1.078 1388.9 98.9 1.125 1382.3 11.1 98.5 1.172 1375.7 15.3 13.3 1.219 1369.1 19.5 11.2 97.5 1.266 1362.6 23.8...
  • Page 63 Color Black Primar Second Control Primar Grid develop develop voltage y (uA) ment ment transfe transfe r (uA) r (uA) 2.391 1204.7 125.3 110.9 85.8 2.438 1198.2 129.5 72.3 114.7 18.5 85.4 2.484 1191.6 133.8 74.7 118.5 19.1 84.9 2.531 1185 122.2 19.6...
  • Page 64 Color Black Primar Second Control Primar Grid develop develop voltage y (uA) ment ment transfe transfe r (uA) r (uA) 3.844 1000.9 256.5 142.9 227.4 35.2 71.4 3.891 994.3 260.7 145.2 231.1 35.7 70.9 3.938 987.7 264.9 147.6 234.9 36.3 70.4 3.984 981.1...
  • Page 65 Color Black Primar Second Control Primar Grid develop develop voltage y (uA) ment ment transfe transfe r (uA) r (uA) 5.297 387.7 215.8 343.8 52.4 56.9 5.344 790.4 391.9 218.1 347.6 52.9 56.4 5.391 783.8 396.1 220.5 351.4 53.5 55.9 5.438 777.3 400.3...
  • Page 66 Color Black Primar Second Control Primar Grid develop develop voltage y (uA) ment ment transfe transfe r (uA) r (uA) 6.75 593.1 518.8 288.7 460.3 69.6 42.4 6.797 586.5 523.1 291.1 464.1 70.1 41.9 6.844 527.3 293.4 467.8 70.7 41.4 6.891 573.4 531.5...
  • Page 67 Color Black Primar Second Control Primar Grid develop develop voltage y (uA) ment ment transfe transfe r (uA) r (uA) 8.203 389.3 361.6 576.8 86.7 27.9 8.25 382.7 654.2 580.5 87.3 27.4 8.297 376.1 658.5 366.3 584.3 87.9 26.9 8.344 369.5 662.7 368.7...
  • Page 68 Color Black Primar Second Control Primar Grid develop develop voltage y (uA) ment ment transfe transfe r (uA) r (uA) 9.656 185.4 781.2 434.5 693.2 103.9 13.4 9.703 178.8 785.4 436.9 104.5 12.9 9.75 172.2 789.6 439.2 700.7 12.5 9.797 165.7 793.9 441.6...
  • Page 69 Color Black Primar Second Control Primar Grid develop develop voltage y (uA) ment ment transfe transfe r (uA) r (uA) Outside warrant 11.016 903.9 802.1 -0.2 Outside Outside Outside warrant warrant warrant 11.063 120.6 -0.6 Outside Outside Outside Outside warrant warrant warrant warrant...
  • Page 70 Color Black Primar Second Control Primar Grid develop develop voltage y (uA) ment ment transfe transfe r (uA) r (uA) Outside Outside Outside Outside warrant warrant warrant warrant 11.438 Outside Outside Outside Outside warrant warrant warrant warrant 11.484 Outside Outside Outside Outside warrant...
  • Page 71 Color Black Primar Second Control Primar Grid develop develop voltage y (uA) ment ment transfe transfe r (uA) r (uA) Outside Outside Outside Outside warrant warrant warrant warrant 11.859 Outside Outside Outside Outside warrant warrant warrant warrant 11.906 Outside Outside Outside Outside warrant...
  • Page 72: Image Adjustments

    Chapter 2   2.2 Image Adjustments 2.5+1.5mm/-1.5mm 2.2.1 Image Position 0003-8718 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN The margin and the non-image width of a printout made at 100% magnification must be as follows: F-2-10 - Leading Edge Margin 2.2.2 Checking the Image 4.0+1.5/-1.0mm...
  • Page 73: Cassette

    Chapter 2 Execute the following service mode items to adjust 2.2.3 Cassette 0003-8720 the registration: iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN COPIER > ADJUST > FEED-ADJ > RG-REFE decrease the setting of REGIST. Make prints using the cassettes 3 and 4 as the source (an increase by 10 will decrease the margin by 1 mm) of paper, and check to make sure that the left/right double-sided copy, 2nd side:4.0+1.5/-1.0mm...
  • Page 74: Front Deck

    Chapter 2   - if not, make the following adjustments: 1) Loosen the screw [1], and move the position of the slide guide [2] to adjust the horizontal registration. F-2-17 3) Loosen the 2 screws [1], and insert a screwdriver [2] through the opening of the left front stay;...
  • Page 75 Chapter 2 A full turn of the screwdriver will change the left margin by 1.0 mm. 6) Tighten the 2 screws you loosened in step 3). 7) Attach the left face cover you removed in step 2) back to the machine. 8) Close the left deck.
  • Page 76 Chapter 2   F-2-23 10) Close the right deck; when the gap is gone, slide out the right deck once again, and tighten the 4 screws you loosened in step 9). If there still is a gap, go back to step 9). 11) Close the right deck.
  • Page 77: Scanning System

    Chapter 2 2.3 Scanning System enter the bar code value indicated in the upper right of the copyboard glass using the following service mode items: 2.3.1 After Replacing the COPIER>ADJUST>CCD>W-PLT-X COPIER>ADJUST>CCD>W-PLT-Y CCD Unit 0003-9936 COPIER>ADJUST>CCD>W-PLT-Z (to enter the standard white plate white level data X, iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN Y, Z) If you have replaced the CCD unit, be sure to enter the...
  • Page 78 Chapter 2   system software (R-CON). COPIER>ADJUST>ADJ-XY>STRD-POS 2) Make the following selections in service mode, and b-6 CCD unit-dependent RB/GB sub scanning press the OK key to initialize the RAM: direction color displacement correction value C O P I E R > F U N C T I O N > C L E A R > R - C O N . COPIER>ADJUST>CCD>CCDU-RG/GB Thereafter, turn off and then on the main power.
  • Page 79 F-2-27...
  • Page 80: Laser Exposure System

    Chapter 2   2.4 Laser Exposure System 2.4.1 After Replacing the Laser Scanner 0004-2103 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN 1) Make the following selections in service mode, and press key: COPIER>FUNCTION>DPC>DPC. 2) Turn off and then on the main power switch. 2-26...
  • Page 81: Image Formation System

    Chapter 2 2.5 Image Formation System 2.5.1 After Replacing the Black Developing Unit 0004-2117 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN Be sure to perform the following whenever you have replaced the black developing assembly: 1) Make the following selections in service mode (black toner supply):...
  • Page 82 Chapter 2   1) Open the packing box, and take out the new color developing unit. 2) Remove the screw [1], and free the 4 hooks [2]; then, remove the developing assembly lid [3]. F-2-32 6) Turn the developing gear 5 to 6 times by hand in the direction indicated in the figure so that the starter will be even inside the unit.
  • Page 83 Chapter 2 the developing assembly and the container will move 10) Fit the container lid you removed in step 2) back into the container. on in the direction indicated in the figure. 11) Cut off the appropriate tab [1]] to suit the color of the starter you have supplied.
  • Page 84: Replacing The Starter Of The Color Developing Unit

    Chapter 2   Auto Gradation Correction screen, follow the instructions to execute auto gradation correction (full). 2.5.4 Replacing the Starter of the Color Developing Unit 0004-0874 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN 1) Remove the color developing unit. F-2-41 2) Remove the screw [1], and free the 4 hooks [2];...
  • Page 85 Chapter 2 Engage the 4 hooks [1], and attach the developing assembly lid [3] using the 2 screws [2] you removed in step 2). F-2-43 10) Turn the developing gear in its normal direction 5 to 6 by hand to even out the starter inside it. 11) Pour the rest of the starter around the string screw F-2-46 inside the color developing unit.
  • Page 86: After Replacing The Primary Charging Wire

    Chapter 2   developing assembly, 2.5.6 After Replacing the COPIER>FUNCTION>INSTALL>INISET-Y. Primary Charging Wire 0004-9315 developing assembly, COPIER>FUNCTION>INSTALL>INISET-M. iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN developing assembly, COPIER>FUNCTION>INSTALL>INISET-C. 1) Clean the charging wire, grid wire, and shielding A countdown is shown on the screen while this plates.
  • Page 87: After Replacing The Itb Cleaning Blade

    Chapter 2 toner counter reset): COPIER>COUNTER>MISC>WASTE-TURN. NG (inadequate) 2.5.10 After Replacing the OK (appropriate) ITB Cleaning Blade 0004-4219 NG (excessive) iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN Whenever you need to replace the ITB cleaning blade, be sure to go though the following steps to apply blade lubricant (TKN-0480) to the edge of he blade.
  • Page 88 Chapter 2   transfer belt [1]. F-2-51 5) Mount the ITB cleaning unit [2] to the intermediate transfer unit [1]; then, fix it in place using 2 screws F-2-53 [3]. If you have replaced the ITB cleaner blade, be sure to perform the following: 1) Execute the following service mode item (black band...
  • Page 89 Chapter 2 put the blade out of alignment, allowing toner on the blade in the order indicated in the figure. photosensitive drum to remain on the drum in the form of residual toner. F-2-57 6. Apply blade lubricant (TKN-0480) along the edge (shaded;...
  • Page 90 Chapter 2   number label [1] attached to its inner side is toward upward.) the front of the machine. 2. When attaching the drum flange, be sure to fix it in place with a screw where it was found in step 1. F-2-59 Memo: There is a light difference in the inside diameter of the...
  • Page 91 Chapter 2 protrusion [2] of the drum fixing member with its left during the work by making sure of the following: at ".." and right at "..." . 1. When detaching the drum flange, check the location of the marking [2] on the drum flange in relation to the 1.
  • Page 92: After Repacking The Itb

    Chapter 2   F-2-67 F-2-65 2.5.15 After Repacking the See the following sample. The cell with a check 0004-4225 mark [1] indicates the present drum phase location. In iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN this case, the marking [3] is located in relation to the protrusion [2] of the drum fixing member with its left When you have replaced the ITB belt, be sure to at ".."...
  • Page 93 Chapter 2 position at this point in time. F-2-68 <Cleaning Procedure> 1) Place the ITB cleaner drive unit [1] with its cover facing down; then, stand the ITB unit [2]. F-2-70 F-2-69 2) Clean the rollers [1] and the inside scraper [2] using alcohol.
  • Page 94 Chapter 2   F-2-71 When you have replaced the primary transfer roller, be sure to execute the following service mode item. Be sure that you execute service mode immediately after the control panel screen has appeared after turning main switch. COPIER>FUNCTION>MISC-P>ITR-ROT.
  • Page 95: Fixing System

    Chapter 2 2.6 Fixing System fixing assembly. 2. After replacing the web, reset the readings of the following service mode items: 2.6.1 Points to Note When COPIER>COUNTER>MISC>FIX-WEB Mounting Fixing COPIER>COUNTER>DRBL-1>FX-WEB Assembly 0004-1594 2.6.4 Position of the Fixing iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN inlet Guide 0004-2213 When fitting the fixing assembly into the fixing/...
  • Page 96: Points To Note When Mounting The Pressure Roller

    Chapter 2   2.6.5 Points to Note When Mounting the Pressure Roller 0005-8345 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN Be sure to mount the pressure roller [1] so that the lot number [2] found on its edge is found toward the front of the machine.
  • Page 97: Points To Note When Mounting The Outside Heating Roller Thermal Switch

    Chapter 2 the following: The surface of the thermal switch [1] must be parallel to the fixing roller. (Check to be sure by shining the thermal switch with a pen light.) Otherwise, re-mount F-2-80 F-2-81 F-2-78 2.6.10 Points to Note When Mounting the Outside Heating Roller Thermal F-2-79...
  • Page 98: Points To Note When Mounting The External Heat Thermistor

    Chapter 2   After mounting the thermistor, make sure of the following: F-2-83 The surface of the thermal switch [1] must be parallel to the fixing roller. (Check to be sure by shining the 2.6.11 Points to Note When thermal switch with a pen light.) Otherwise, re-mount Mounting Fixing Upper Thermistor...
  • Page 99 F-2-88 F-2-89...
  • Page 100: Electrical Components

    Chapter 2   2.7 Electrical Components 2.7.1 When Replacing the Reader Controller PCB 0003-9937 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN - Be sure to generate the latest P-PRINT printout before replacing the reader controller PCB. <if you are initializing the RAM of the reader controller without replacing the PCB>...
  • Page 101: After Replacing The Dc Controller Pcb

    Chapter 2 2.7.2 After Replacing the The machine uses the RAM on its reader controller to hold ADF-related service data; as such, DC Controller PCB 0004-1683 you must make the appropriate adjustments for the ADF whenever you have replaced the reader iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN controller or initialized the RAM.
  • Page 102 Chapter 2   5) Execute the following service mode item (compulsive initial rotation sequence): COPIER>FUNCTION>MISC-P>INTR-EX. 6) Execute auto gradation correction in user mode (adjust/cleaning>auto gradation correction>full correction). 7) You will have to dispose of the waste toner in the waste toner bottle. After replacing the DC controller PCB or initialized the RAM, you have to dispose waste toner, because you cannot enter a setting for the...
  • Page 103: After Repacking The Sram Board

    Chapter 2 initialization session). 2) When the control panel indicates the message "Turn Off and Then On the Power Switch on the Left" on its control panel, turn off and then on the power. 3) Make the following selections in service mode, and press the OK key to initialize the RAM: COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>MN-CON.
  • Page 104: When Replacing The Hv2 Pcb

    Chapter 2   start up after a download session.) 3) Start service mode. 1) Enter the settings indicated on the PCB label [1] Make the following selections in service mode: attached to the new HV2 for the following 6 service COPIER>FUNCTION>INSTALL>CARD.
  • Page 105 Chapter 2 If you have replaced the ATR sensor/patch image read sensor, be sure to execute the following: 1) Replace the contents of the color developing unit with starter (3 types). 2-51...
  • Page 106: Pickup/feeding System

    Chapter 2   2.8 Pickup/Feeding System 2.8.2 Adjusting the Manual Feed Pickup Horizontal 2.8.1 Adjusting Registration 0003-9955 Horizontal Registration iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN After Replacing Make copies using the manual feed tray as the source Pickup Cassette 0003-9954 of paper, and check to make sure that the left/right...
  • Page 107 Chapter 2 right margin is as indicated: - if not, make the following adjustments: 1. Adjusting the Left/Right Margin for the Left Deck 1) Push the release button, and slide out the left deck. 2) Using a flat-bladed screwdriver, detach the left face cover [1].
  • Page 108: Registering The Paper Width Basic Value

    Chapter 2   - If there still is a gap, go back to step 9). cover 11) Close the left deck. 8) Close the right deck. - If the gap between the front cover/cassette 3 front 2. Right Deck Left/Right Margin Adjustment cover and the front right cover is appreciable, perform 1) Push the release button, and slide out the right deck.
  • Page 109 Chapter 2 F-2-106 2-2) Start service mode, and make the following selections to register manual feed A4R width: CPOIER>FUNCTION>CST>MF-A4R 2-3) Press the OK key to store the new A4R width. 2-4) Record the A4R basic setting indicated on the control panel on the service label. 3) Register the A4 paper width basic value as follows: 3-1) Set the manual feed side guide to A4.
  • Page 111 Chapter 3 Error Code...
  • Page 113 Contents Contents 3.1 Error Code Details.............................. 3-1 3.1.1 Error Code in Detail ............................ 3-1 3.2 Error Code (SEND) ............................3-45 3.2.1 Self-Diagnostic Display ..........................3-45 3.2.2 List of Error Codes without Messages ...................... 3-48...
  • Page 115: Error Code Details

    Chapter 3 3.1 Error Code Details 3.1.1 Error Code in Detail 0005-0271 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN T-3-1 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks E000 At power-on, the rise in the temperature of the fixing assembly is not high enough. The main thermistor (THM1, THM2, THM3), thermal switch (TP1, TP2, TP3), or heater (H1, H2, H3, H4) has an open circuit or poor contact.
  • Page 116 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 0014 The temperature reaches 140 deg C, but Check for an open circuit and poor does not reach 170 deg C within 300 contact in the main thermistor, thermal sec. switch, and heater; then, reset in service mode: COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR 0015...
  • Page 117 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 0025 The temperature reaches 170 deg C, but Check for an open circuit and poor does not reach 200 deg C within 180 contact in the main thermistor, thermal sec. switch, and heater; then, reset in service If the outside heating roller is in mode: contact, within 400 sec.
  • Page 118 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks E001 The rise in the temperature of the fixing assembly is excessive. There is an open circuit or poor contact in the following: main thermistor (THM1, THM2, THM3), sub thermistor (THM4, THM5, THM6), or heater (H1, H2, H3, H4).
  • Page 119 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 0030 The temperature of the pressure roller Check the main thermistor, thermal reaches 80 deg C, but drops below 50 switch, and heater for an open circuit deg C. and poor contact; then, reset in service mode: COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR E003...
  • Page 120 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 0053 During copying, the temperature of the Check the main thermistor, thermal pressure roller drops below 60 deg C. switch, and heater for an open circuit and poor contact; then, reset in service mode: COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR E004 There is an error in the fixing assembly protection circuit.
  • Page 121 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 0007 There is an SSR error in the outside Check the main thermistor and the sub heating roller heater, fixing sub heater, thermistor for an open circuit and poor or fixing main heater. contact; then, reset in service mode: COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR 0008 There is an SSR error in the pressure...
  • Page 122 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 000F There is an SSR error in the outside Check the main thermistor and the sub heating roller heater, fixing sub heater, thermistor for an open circuit and poor fixing main heater, or contact heater. contact;...
  • Page 123 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 0001 The counter reading for the fixing roller When you have replaced the fixing has exceeded a specific count. roller, reset in service mode, and turn off and then on the main power: COPIER>COUNTER>DRBL-1>FX- UP-RL. E009 There is an outside heating roller shift error.
  • Page 124 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks xx11 For INIT control (service mode Turn off and then on the main power; INISET-*) at time of initial setup, the then, execute the intermediate transfer Ref value is lower than 62. belt. The ATR sensor is damaged or has an open circuit.
  • Page 125 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks xx92 The value delta D obtained from the Turn off and then on the main power; result (Sig D) of computation based on then, execute the intermediate transfer the reading of the patch during patch belt.
  • Page 126 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks xxA8 The T/D ratio identified for ATR Turn off and then on the main power; control has exceeded the upper limit then, execute the intermediate transfer (12%) 3 times continuously. belt. The ATR sensor is damaged or has an open circuit.
  • Page 127 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks xxD1 For INIT control (service mode Turn off and then on the main power; INISET-*) at time of initial setup, the then, execute the intermediate transfer average of the light Ref values is 462 or belt.
  • Page 128 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks xxDB For INIT control (service mode Turn off and then on the main power; INISET-*) at time of initial setup, the then, execute the intermediate transfer variation among the 72 light Ref belt. samplings is 100 or more. The ATR sensor is damaged or has an open circuit.
  • Page 129 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 0002 The length of the flag detected during Turn off and then on the main power. rotation is longer or shorter than the designed flag. The motor rotates out of sync because of poor torque caused by any of the following: the developing rotary HP sensor is faulty;...
  • Page 130 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 0003 The logical motor position differs Turn off and then on the main power. between before and after the detection operation. E061 At time of potential control, a specific level of potential is absent. Or, the limiter goes on.
  • Page 131 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 02xx The period of time between when the Turn off the main power, and check the home position of the intermediate surface of the intermediate transfer belt transfer belt is detected and when the for a tear; then, turn on the main power. next home position is detected is shorter than specified .
  • Page 132 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 0001 The BD signal is not detected when the Turn off the main power, and check the polygon scanner has been driven for a DC controller PCB and the 24V system specific period of time. fuse;...
  • Page 133 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 0002 An error is found during the return trip Check the harness connector for of the HP search. connection; then, as necessary, replace The scanner HP sensor is faulty. The the faulty part. scanner motor is faulty. The reader controller PCB is faulty.
  • Page 134 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 0000 At start-up, there is an error in the Turn off the main power, and replace communication between main the main controller PCB (sub). controller PCB (sub) and the main If the result is not good, replace the controller PCB (main).
  • Page 135 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 0003 finisher-to-punch unit communication Check the connection between the error Punch controller PCB and the finisher controller PCB. E505 There is an error in the backup memory of the finisher (finer R1/R2). 0001 There is an error in the data stored in the Turn off the main power, and check the backup memory.
  • Page 136 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 0002 The home position sensor does not go 1) Check the gear change home on within a specific period of time after position sensor. Is the sensor normal? the gear change motor has started to 2) Check the wiring between the fisher rotate.
  • Page 137 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 8001 The home position sensor does not go 1) Check the stapler shift home position off within a specific period of time after sensor. Is the sensor normal? the stapler shift motor has started to 2) Check the wiring between the rotate.
  • Page 138 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 0003 There is an error in relation to an 1) Check the swing home position hazardous area.. sensor. Is the sensor normal? 2) Check the writing between the finisher controller PCB and the swing motor. Is the wiring normal? 3) Check the swing mechanism.
  • Page 139 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 8002 area error 1) Check the No. 1 tray area sensors 1 through 3. Are the sensors normal? 2) Check the wiring between finisher controller PCB and the No. 1 tray shift motor. Is the wiring normal? 3) Is there a fault in the ascent/descent mechanism of the tray? 4) Try replacing the No.
  • Page 140 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 0003 safety switch activation 1) Check the No. 2 tray sensors 1 through 3. Are the sensors normal? 2) Check the wiring between the finer controller PCB and the No. 2 tray shift motor. Is the wiring normal? 3) Is there a fault in the tray ascent/ descent mechanism? 4) Try replacing the No.
  • Page 141 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks E591 There is an error in the punch dust sensor. (punch unit) 8001 There is an error in the light-receiving Turn off and then on the main power. voltage with emission of light. 8002 There is an error in the light-receiving Turn off and then on the main power.
  • Page 142 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 8001 The light-receiving voltage HP sensor Turn off and then on the main power. does not go off at time of light emission. 8002 The light-receiving voltage HP sensor Turn off and then on the main power. doest not go on without emission of light.
  • Page 143 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 0001 The guide home position sensor does Check the guide motor (M3S) /guide not go on when the guide motor has home position sensor (PI13S). been driven for 0.45 sec. The guide motor (M3S) or the guide home position sensor (PI3S) is faulty.
  • Page 144 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 0001 The stitching home position sensor Check the stitching motor (front; M7S) does not go on when the switch motor /stitching home position sensor (front; (front) is rotated in reverse for 0.5 sec MS7S). or more. The stitch motor (front, M7S) or the stitching home position sensor (front, MS7S) is faulty.
  • Page 145 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 8005 The paper pushing plate leading edge The paper pushing plate motor (M8S) position sensor does not go on when the or the paper pushing plate leading edge paper pushing plate motor has been position sensor (PI5S) is faulty. driven for 0.3 sec or more.
  • Page 146 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 0002 With any of the following sensor is Check the front cover switch (MS2S)/ identifying its respective cover as being delivery cover switch (MS3S). closed, the front cove switch is identified as being open for 1 sec or more after the start of the initial rotation of the machine or the start of printing: - inlet cover sensor (PI9S)
  • Page 147 If the machine fails to start up, re-install the system software of the external controller. 0010 A controller for a non-Canon machine Turn off the main power, and check to is connected. see if the controller is an appropriate type, and check the cable; then turn on the main power.
  • Page 148 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 0001 The NE controller that was connected Check the cable, and reset in service before the power is turned off is not mode: recognized after the power is turned on. COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR 0002 An IPC open circuit or an IPC Check the cable, and reset in service communication error is not reset.
  • Page 149 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 100B At start-up, a mismatch occurs between Perform PDL resetting, or turn off and the version number indicated in the then on the main power. master font management file of / If the machine fails to reset, re-install BOOTDEV and the bootable version.
  • Page 150 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 3000 There is a UFR board error. Turn off the main power, and check the At start-up, the UFR board is not connection of the UFR board; then, turn recognized. on the main power. If the machine does not reset, replace the UFR board or the main controller PCB.
  • Page 151 At time of start-up, the MAC address is Turn off the main power, and replace found to be illegal. the NIC; then, turn on the main power. A non-Canon MAC address is detected. E743 There is a DDI communication error. 0000 There is an SCI error.
  • Page 152 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 0003 While the TokeRing driver is being Turn off the main power; as necessary, initialized, board information cannot be replace the TokenRing board, and turn obtained, or the settings are wrong. on the main power. The board information cannot be obtained.
  • Page 153 Chapter 3 Code Cause/Particulars of detection Remarks 0007 There is an error in the power supply Turn off the main switch, and check the cooling fan. DC controller PCB and the 24V system fuse; then, turn on the main switch. E805 The fixing heat exhaust fan is identified as having stopped or having an error.
  • Page 154 Partition Description The machine cannot find the system software or the main controller (main PCB) in BOOTDEV. Remedy: The machine detects a faulty sector while it is reading data from BOOTDEV. Remedy: The machine cannot find the system software for the main controller (sub) CPU in BOOTDEV.
  • Page 155 T-3-3 Partitio Description DOSDE There is a read error or a file system error at time of start-up. FSTDE DOSDE FSTPDE DOSDE PDLDE DOSDE BOOTD DOSDE IMPOSS IBLE SPECIF Remedy: - if xxyy = 0701, 0702, Remedy: Ask the user to collect address book data, transfer settings, and user mode data using the remote UI.
  • Page 156 Partitio Description There is an HDD contact fault or an opening system error. Remedy: Turn off the main power, and check the connection of the 2 cables (power, IDE) from the HDD; then, turn on the main power. At that time, check to see if the HDD is rotating and power is supplied.
  • Page 157 Chapter 3 1) Set '0' to the following: COPIER>FUNCTION>SYSTEM>CHK-TYPE. 2) Make the following selections, and press the OK key: COPIER>FUNCTION>SYSTEM>HD-CHECK*. 3) When the execution is over, turn off and then on the main power. 1) While referring to "Formatting the HDD" enter the appropriate CHK-TYPE for the following: COPIER>FUNCTION>SYSTEM.
  • Page 158 Chapter 3   2) Make the following selections, and press the OK key. 3) When the execution is over, turn off and then on the main power. 1) Enter '4 to the following: COPIER>FUNCTION>SYSTEM>CHK-TYPE. 2) Make the following selections, and press the OK key: COPIER>FUNCTION>SYSTEM>HD-CHECK (1 to 5 min).
  • Page 159: Error Code (send)

    Chapter 3 3.2 Error Code (SEND) 3.2.1 Self-Diagnostic Display 0005-6121 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN T-3-5 Cause Remedy Scanning has stopped because the size of the data for the scanned original exceeds the limit. Scanning may be possible if [Data Cmprssn] is set to [High Ratio], Resolution is lowered, or [Sharpness] is reduced.
  • Page 160 Cause Remedy Specify a different destination because the You have exceeded the maximum number directory level that you are trying to access of subdirectory levels allowed. cannot be specified. No response. The server was not running when you tried Make sure that the server is ON, and check to send.
  • Page 161 Cause Remedy 1. Check the Gateway Address setting in IP Address Settings in TCP/IP Settings in Network Settings in System Settings (from the Additional Functions screen). 2. Check the Server Address and Port Number in Register LDAP Server in System Settings (from the Additional Functions screen).
  • Page 162: List Of Error Codes Without Messages

    Chapter 3   Cause Remedy Remove "/" from the search criterion, and "/" is used in the search criterion. search again. The combination of characters used in the search criterion does not constitute an Make sure that the characters for the acceptable search criterion.
  • Page 163 Cause Remedy The other party did not answer within 35 Confirm that the remote machine is able to seconds. communicate, and try again. Check the type of receiving machine with The receiving machine is not a G3 fax. the receiving party. # 009 There is no paper.
  • Page 164 The document could not be sent because memory available. there was insufficient memory available. 3. If this problem occurs frequently, contact your local authorized Canon dealer. # 701 Enter the correct Department ID or The specified Department ID does not password using 0-9 (numeric keys) on the exist, or the password has changed.
  • Page 165 Cause Remedy # 705 Change the Maximum Data Size for Sending setting in E-mail/I-Fax Settings in The send operation was interrupted Communications Settings in System because the size of the image data is larger Settings (from the Additional Functions than the Maximum Data Size for Sending screen).
  • Page 166 Cause Remedy # 754 The server is not functioning or the Check the server and network. network is down. Check the destination's address settings. The destination setting is not correct. # 755 Check TCP/IP Settings in Network You cannot send jobs because TCP/IP is Settings in System Settings (from the not functioning correctly.
  • Page 167 Cause Remedy # 802 The name of the SMTP Server in E-mail/I- Fax settings in Network Settings in System Check the name of the SMTP Server in E- Settings (from the Additional Functions mail/I-Fax and DNS Server Settings in screen) is incorrect. The DNS server name TCP/IP Settings in Network Settings in in DNS Server Settings in TCP/IP Settings System Settings (from the Additional...
  • Page 168 Cause Remedy Check the POP Server name in E-mail/I- Fax in Network Settings in System Settings (from the Additional Functions The POP server returned an error during screen). the connection. Confirm that the POP server is functioning normally. Check the network status. Check the POP Server name in E-mail/I- Fax in Network Settings in System Settings (from the Additional Functions...
  • Page 169 Cause Remedy You have received data that cannot be Check the settings, and ask the sender to processed (contains MIME information resend the data. that is not supported). # 828 Ask the sender to use a file format other You have received HTML data. than HTML, and resend the data.
  • Page 170 Cause Remedy 1. Check the DNS Server Settings and IP MDN (Mail Delivery Notification) mail Address Settings in TCP/IP Settings, and was not sent because TCP/IP Settings or E-mail/I-Fax in Network Settings in E-mail/I-Fax in Network Settings in System Settings (from the Additional System Settings (from the Additional Functions screen).
  • Page 171 Cause Remedy 1. Set Allow SSL in Network Settings in Authentication using the client certificate System Settings (from the Additional was requested by the mail server for Functions screen) to 'Off'. sending e-mail or I-fax. 2. Change the mail server settings so that the client certificate is not requested.
  • Page 173 Chapter 4 User Mode Items...
  • Page 175 Contents Contents 4.1 Common Settings ............................... 4-1 4.2 Setting the Timers .............................. 4-3 4.3 Adjustment and Cleaning ..........................4-4 4.4 Report ................................. 4-5 4.5 System Control Settings ............................. 4-6 4.6 Copier Settings ..............................4-7 4.7 Common Transmission Settings......................... 4-8 4.8 Box Settings ..............................4-10 4.9 Printer Settings ..............................
  • Page 177: Common Settings

    Chapter 4 4.1 Common Settings 0002-9584 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN * Factory setting. T-4-1 Item Description initial function initial function: *copy, transmit/fax, box system initial screen: ON/*OFF priority on system device: *ON/OFF function after auto-clear *return, do not return buzzer ON/OFF input sound: *ON/OFF...
  • Page 178 Item Description printer: 1/*2/3 box: 1/2/*3 reception/fax: 1/2/*3 other: 1/2/*3 manual feed paper standard mode on (paper size select, paper type select), *off registration local print standard mode paper select: *auto, cassette 1 thorough 5 print quantity: *1 to 2000 sorter (if w/ finisher): non-sort, *sort, rotation sort, group, rotation group sorter (w/ finisher): non-sort, sort, *shift sort,...
  • Page 179: Setting The Timers

    4.2 Setting the Timers 0002-9585 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN * Factory setting. T-4-2 Mode Description date/time enable time zone, *daylight saving auto sleep time 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 50, 1 hr, 90 min, 2, 3, 4 hr auto clear time 0=no;...
  • Page 180: Adjustment And Cleaning

    4.3 Adjustment and Cleaning 0002-9586 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN * Factory setting. T-4-3 Item Description zoom fine adjustment XY individually; -1.0 to +1.0% (in 0.1%- increments), *0% center bind staple edging (if w/ start key saddle finisher) center bind position change (if...
  • Page 181: Report

    4.4 Report 0002-9587 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN * Factory setting. T-4-4 Item Description transmit (specifications) transmission result report: *only if error, on, off transmitted original display: *on, off communications control report auto print every 100 communications: *on, off timed as specified: on, *off...
  • Page 182: System Control Settings

    4.5 System Control Settings 0002-9588 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN * Factory setting T-4-5 Item Description system administrator info yes using ID, address group ID ON/*OFF communications control yes using e-mail, fax, box setup remote UI *ON/OFF address book limit...
  • Page 183: Copier Settings

    4.6 Copier Settings 0002-9589 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN * Factory setting. T-4-6 Item Description preference key 1 *no setting (magnification, sorter, page separation may be enabled) preference key 2 *no setting (magnification, sorter, page separation may be enabled) auto sort *ON/OFF...
  • Page 184: Common Transmission Settings

    4.7 Common Transmission Settings 0002-9590 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN * Factory setting. T-4-7 Item Description common transmission source register (99 max.) setup user abbreviation (various settings) FTP transmission (ON/*OFF) error file clear (*ON/OFF) transfer error file (print always, save and print, *off) retry (*3 times;...
  • Page 185 Item Description pause time length (*2 sec; between 1 and 15 sec) auto redial (*ON/OFF) fax reception function ECM (*ON/OFF) setup fax reception function setup reception mode (*auto reception, fax/tel switch-over, modem dial-in) ring (ON/*OFF) remote reception (ON/*OFF) auto reception switch-over (ON/*OFF)
  • Page 186: Box Settings

    4.8 Box Settings 0002-9591 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN T-4-8 Item Description box function setup user box setup, register (99 max.) read-in setup (register, initialize) fax box setup, register (49 max.)
  • Page 187: Printer Settings

    4.9 Printer Settings 0002-9592 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN * Factory setting. T-4-9 Item Description setting copy count (1 to 2000: *1) double-sided (double-sided, *single-sided) blank paper save (*yes, no) pickup (A4, plain; no switch-over) print adjust (super smooth, toner density, toner save) layout (lengthwise bind margin;...
  • Page 188 Item Description LIPS, emulation (12 items) utility printer initialize (yes, no)
  • Page 189: Address Book Settings

    4.10 Address Book Settings 0002-9593 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN T-4-10 Item Description address register various times address list name register register one-touch button register various items...
  • Page 191 Chapter 5 Service Mode...
  • Page 193 Contents Contents 5.1 Test Print ................................5-1 5.1.1 Overview ..............................5-1 5.1.2 Test Print TYPE ............................5-1 5.1.3 Selecting Test Print TYPE .......................... 5-1 5.1.4 16-Gradation (TYPE=4)..........................5-2 5.1.5 Full Page Halftone (TYPE=5) ........................5-2 5.1.6 Grid (TYPE=6)............................5-3 5.1.7 MCYBk Horizontal Stripes (TYPE=10) ..................... 5-4 5.1.8 64-Gradation (TYPE=12)..........................
  • Page 194 Contents 5.7.1 COPIER ..............................5-166 5.7.1.1 COPIER List .............................5-166 5.8 COUNTER (Counter Mode)...........................5-170 5.8.1 COPIER ..............................5-170 5.8.1.1 COPIER List .............................5-170...
  • Page 195: Test Print

    Chapter 5 5.1 Test Print 5.1.1 Overview 0001-6108 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN The machine offers the following 6 types of test prints (TYPE), each designed for identification of a specific type of image fault. The data for these test prints is prepared by the main controller: if the output of a test print is free of the fault in question, suspect a fault on the PDL input or the reader unit.
  • Page 196: Gradation (type=4)

    Chapter 5   4) Enter the appropriate TYPE No. using the keypad, and press the OK key. 5) Select the appropriate color using COLOR-Y/M/C/K (output at 1). 6) Set the density using DENS-Y/M/C/K (valid only if TYPE=5). 7) Press the start key. 5.1.4 16-Gradation (TYPE=4) 0001-6113 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN...
  • Page 197: Grid (type=6)

    Chapter 5 Memo: - You can print out test prints for individual colors by making the following selections in service mode: COPIER>TEST>PG and then COLOR-Y/M/C/K. - You can also change the density of the test prints by making the following selections in service mode: TEST>PG>DENS>Y/M/C/K.
  • Page 198: Mcybk Horizontal Stripes (type=10)

    Chapter 5   a. Color Displacement If color displacement is found, suspect a scar in the ITB and a fault in the drum unit. b. Right Angle, Straight Lines If the right angles or straight lines are not correct, suspect a fault in the laser exposure system, a fault in the shape of the registration (middle/outside) roller, and a fault in the secondary transfer outside roller.
  • Page 199: Gradation (type=12)

    Chapter 5 2.5 1.5mm 2.5 1.5mm F-5-4 5.1.8 64-Gradation (TYPE=12) 0001-6119 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN Use this test print to check the gradation of Y, M, C, and Bk at once. F-5-5 5.1.9 Full Color 16-Gradation (TYPE=14) 0001-6120 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN Use this test print to check the gray balance, gradation of individual colors (YMCBk), and fogging.
  • Page 200 a. Gray Balance Check the grayscale area to see if the densities of all colors are even. b. Gradation Check the gradation of individual colors (YMCBk) and for any difference in color. c. Fogging If fogging is found in the white area, suspect a fault in the developing system, a fault in the drum unit, and poor adjustment of the laser exposure system.
  • Page 201: Display (status Display Mode)

    Chapter 5 5.2 DISPLAY (Status Display Mode) 5.2.1 COPIER 5.2.1.1 COPIER List 0004-9334 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN <VERSION> T-5-2 COPIER>DISPLAY>VERSION Subheadi Contents Level Use it to indicate the ROM version of various PCBs (copier, accessories). - The format of display is as follows: if R-CON XX.YY>, XX: version;...
  • Page 202 COPIER>DISPLAY>VERSION Subheadi Contents Level DIAG- Use it to indicate the ROM version of the self diagnosis device. Use it to indicate the version of the remote UI. PUNCH Use it to indicate the version of the punch unit. LANG- Use it to check the version of an English language file. LANG- Use it to indicate the version of the French language file.
  • Page 203 Chapter 5 COPIER>DISPLAY>VERSION Subheadi Contents Level LANG- Use it to indicate the version of the Portuguese language file. LANG- Use it to indicate the version of the Russian language file. LANG-SL Use it to indicate the version of the Slovenian language file. LANG- Use it to indicate the version of the Swedish language file.
  • Page 204 Chapter 5   COPIER>DISPLAY>ACC-STS Subheadi Contents Level SORTER Use it to indicate the presence of a finisher or a punch unit. 0: not connected. 1: finisher connected. 2: saddle finisher connected. DECK Use it to check the presence of a paper deck. 0: not connected.
  • Page 205 Chapter 5 T-5-4 COPIER>DISPLAY>ANALOG Subheadi Contents Level Use it to check the machine inside temperature (environment sensor; in TEMP deg C). Use it to check the machine inside humidity (environment sensor; in %RH). ABS- Use it to check moisture content (environment sensor; in g). Use it to check the surface temperature of the middle of the fixing upper FIX-UC roller (as detected by the main thermistor;...
  • Page 206 Chapter 5   F-5-7 Touch any Jam Indication screen to go to the detailed screen of that particular type of jam. 1. press to go to the previous page. 2. press to go to the next page. 3. indicates the order of occurrence of the jam in question. 4.
  • Page 207 Chapter 5 1 through 50 (the higher the number, the older the jam) <DATE>Indicates the date of the jam in question. <TIME1> Indicates the time of the jam in question. <TIME2> Indicates the jam recovery time. <L> Use it to indicate the location of jams. T-5-6 Cord Location/classification...
  • Page 208 Chapter 5   Code Type of jam 0B01 door open jam (detection by software) 0D91 size mismatch (paper shorter than specified size) 0D92 medium mismatch (paper instead of transparency) 0D93 medium mismatch (transparency instead of paper) Jam Code (printer unit) T-5-9 Code Sensor type...
  • Page 209 Chapter 5 Code Sensor type Sensor Remarks number xx0E outside delivery sensor PS13 xx0F reversal vertical path sensor PS15 xx11 duplex left sensor PS17 xx12 duplex confluence sensor PS18 xx13 side paper deck pickup sensor PS101 does not detect a stationary xx14 side paper deck feed sensor PS106...
  • Page 210 Chapter 5   Code Sensor type Sensor notation 1300 power-on jam PI33,PI34 1400 door open jam DOOR 1644 punch jam LED5/PTR5 1645 punch power-on jam LED5/PTR5 1791 saddle feed sensor feed delay jam PI18,PI19,PI20 1792 saddle delivery sensor feed delay jam PI11 1793 saddle inlet sensor feed delay jam...
  • Page 211 Sensor type Senso Description notati feed sensor - read sensor does not detect paper when a feed of 364.2 mm (182.1 x 2) has been made from the point of registration. - the read sensor does not detect paper when a feed of 157.4 mm (78.7 x 2) has been made from the point of No.
  • Page 212 Chapter 5   Sensor type Senso Description notati wrong timing the shift motor is faulty ADF open/closed PS502 the ADF is opened during operation sensor 1 ADF open/closed PS502 the ADF is opened during operation (while paper is in wait) sensor 1 DF cover open/ A cover is opened during operation (while a drive...
  • Page 213 Chapter 5 <TIME2> Indicates the error return time. <CODE> Indicates the cover of the error in question. <DTL> Indicates the detail code of the error in question. (if not, '0000') <L> Location of occurrence T-5-12 Location Classification 0: main controller 1: DADF 2: finisher 3: not used...
  • Page 214 Chapter 5   T-5-14 COPIER>DISPLAY>CCD Subheadi Contents Level TARGET Use it to check the shading target value for B. TARGET Use it to check the shading target value for G. TARGET Use it to check the shading target value for R. GAIN-OB Use it to indicate the gain level adjustment value (for color) of odd- numbered blue bits of the CCD.
  • Page 215 Chapter 5 COPIER>DISPLAY>DPOT Subhead Contents Level VBACK- Use it to indicate the current value of the fogging removal potential (Y/ Y/M/C/K M/C/K). Use it to indicate the output level of the paper voltage of the secondary 2TR-PPR transfer DC voltage generated mot recently. 2TR- Use it to indicate the output level of the reference voltage of the BASE...
  • Page 216 Chapter 5   COPIER>DISPLAY>DENS Subheadi Contents Level SGNL-Y/ Use it to indicate the measurement of the toner on the developing cylinder (YMC). The value is updated when the machine performs toner supply operation after the main paper switch is turned on. Optimum value: 225 to 863 DENS-S- Use it to indicate the measurement (YMC) of the density of the sample...
  • Page 217 Chapter 5 T-5-17 COPIER>DISPLAY>MISC Subheadi Contents Level ENV-TR Display the environmental ranges Dsiplay the environmental ranges for transfer controlling according to the environment (temprature and humidity) inside the printer. Range of value 1: Low humidity (to 5.8 g) 2: Normal humidity (5.9 to 17.3 g) 3: High humidity (from 17.4 g) Factory default value: The value adjusted at the factory/The value after RAM cleared: 2...
  • Page 218: Feeder

    Chapter 5   <DATE> indicates the date of occurrence of alarms <TIME1> indicates the time of occurrence of alarms <TIME2> indicates the time of occurrence of alarms <CODE> indicates the location f occurrence of alarms <DTL> indicates alarm codes. <CNTR> indicates the reading of the total counter at time of alarm. <ENVRNT>...
  • Page 219 T-5-20 FEEDER>DISPLAY Subheadin Contents Level FEEDSIZ The size of the original detected by the feeder will be indicated TRY- Indicates the length of the original width detection slide (paper width WIDE detention; 0.1 mm). Indicates the length of the slide used to detect the width of the original in the DF' s original pickup tray (distance between 2 points).
  • Page 220: I/o (i/o Display Mode)

    Chapter 5   5.3 I/O (I/O Display Mode) 5.3.1 Overview 0001-0118 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN The following appears in response to COPIER>I/O; descriptions of the items (limited to those needed in the field) area given on the pages that follow: Display Adjust...
  • Page 221: Dc-con>

    Chapter 5 5.3.2 <DC-CON> 0005-1030 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN T-5-21 Item Remarks main thermistor (overheating) 0: error main thermistor (open circuit) 0: error shift thermistor (overheating) 0: error shift thermistor (open circuit) 0: error outside heating roller thermistor (overheating) 0: error outside heating roller thermistor (open circuit)
  • Page 222 Item Remarks Upper right cover open/closed sensor (PS5) 0: door open Lower right cover open/closed sensor (PS64) 0: door open Front cover switch (SW12) 1: door open Black toner supply motor connection (M25) 0: connected (valid only if motor at rest) fixing unit (detected) 0: unit installed feeder unit (detected)
  • Page 223 Item Remarks Left deck paper sensor (PS42) 1: paper present Left deck limit sensor (PS41) 1: limit state Left deck lifter sensor (PS43) L: pickup state Left deck paper level sensor A (PS44) 1: paper present Left deck paper level sensor B (PS5) 1: paper present factory mode switch ITB cleaning HP sensor (PS23)
  • Page 224 Item Remarks Duplexing confluence sensor (PS18) H: ON vertical path 0 sensor H: ON Vertical path 1 sensor (PS60) H: ON Vertical path 2 sensor (PS61) H: ON Vertical path 3 sensor (PS62) H: ON Vertical path 4 sensor (PS63) H: ON Fixing inlet sensor (PS11) H: ON...
  • Page 225 Item Remarks upper cassette size detection 0 0: active upper cassette size detection 1 0: active upper cassette size detection 2 0: active upper cassette size detection 3 0: active upper cassette size detection 4 0: active not used fixing web solenoid connection detection 0: connected (valid only if solenoid at rest) color toner supply clutch connection detection...
  • Page 226 Item Remarks waste toner error detection not used Web length sensor (PS20) 1: web absent for R&D Process unit cooling fan(FM7) lock detection 1: locked (sync rotation) motor cooling fan detection not used black toner level sensor (TS1) 1: toner present Color toner level sensor (ps25) 1: toner present sub hopper level sensor (TS2)
  • Page 227 Item Remarks for R&D DDI ready DDI ready ITOP_A sensor ITOP interrupt registration ON interrupt rotary HP interrupt not used for R&D FIN_RESET FIN_DOWNLOAD FIN_MODE LWR* HWR* for R&D CLK20 LED_ON CS3* CS for PIO [0],[1] CS2* CS for RAM CS1* CS for ASIC CS0*...
  • Page 228: R-con>

    Chapter 5   Item Remarks not used not used not used not used not used 5.3.3 <R-CON> 0005-1034 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN T-5-22 Indi Item Remarks catio P001 delivery reversal motor CLK DDIS IF (OPTO0-) 0: operation prohibited DDIS IF (SPRDY) 0: operation permitted...
  • Page 229 CLK 13V power supply monitor 0: normal Use it to switch between notations to suit the local 0: others (OEM) needs. 1: Canon DDIS IF (SCPRDY) 0: operation ready P003 DDIS serial communication (TxD) ADF serial communication (TxD)
  • Page 230: Feeder>

    Chapter 5   Indi Item Remarks catio P006 not used PCB check terminal 1: normal DDIS IF (OPTI1) 0: active DDIS IF (OPTO1) 0: active ADF sensor interrupt input 0: active copyboard open/closed sensor interrupt input 0 1: copyboard cover closed HP sensor interrupt input 1: HP not used...
  • Page 231 Chapter 5 T-5-23 Indication Remarks ress read sensor 0: paper present registration sensor 1: paper present delivery reversal sensor 0: paper present ADF open/closed sensor 0: ADF open not used delivery reversal motor current setting 1 delivery reversal motor current setting 2 release motor current setting 1 release motor current setting 2 stamp solenoid drive...
  • Page 232: Sorter>

    Chapter 5   Indication Remarks ress not used release HP sensor 1: released delivery reversal sensor 0: paper present post-separation sensor 0: paper present LGL sensor 1: paper present A4R/LTRR identification sensor 1: AB not used original placement sensor 0: paper present for R&D for R&D for R&D...
  • Page 233 T-5-24 Controller Indication Remark ress P001 STACKER inlet feed motor A inlet feed motor B inlet feed motor A inlet feed motor B inlet feed motor switch 0 0: ON inlet feed motor switch 1 0: ON inlet feed/stack delivery motor standby signal 1: ON common solenoid ON signal 0: ON...
  • Page 234 Controller Indication Remark ress P006 STACKER punch connection detection 0: ON not used punch motor standby 1: ON inlet sensor (IRQ0) 1: ON paper trailing edge sensor (IRQ1) 1: ON punch communication input (IRQ2) 0: ON not used P007 STACKER tray approach sensor 0: ON tray 2 area sensor 1...
  • Page 235 Controller Indication Remark ress P010 STACKER not used swing shift motor power supply switch 0 0: ON swing shift motor phase A pulse output swing motor phase B pulse output not used P011 STACKER inlet roller shift solenoid 1: ON for R&D buffer roller shift solenoid 1: ON...
  • Page 236 Controller Indication Remark ress P015 STACKER front alignment phase A front alignment phase B front alignment motor current swing 0 0: ON not used T-5-25 Addr Controll Indication Remarks P016 STACK not used for R&D CIS power supply ON signal 1: ON for R&D size sensor drive signal...
  • Page 237 Addr Controll Indication Remarks P019 STACK not used original size detention 2 0: original present not used for R&D P020 STACK for R&D not used P021 STACK not used for R&D ADF sensor interrupt input 0: ON copyboard cover open/closed sensor interrupt input 0 1: cover open HP sensor interrupt input...
  • Page 238 Addr Controll Indication Remarks P025 SADDL not used P026 SADDL not used P027 SADDL not used P028 SADDL not used P029 SADDL not used P030 SADDL not used T-5-26 Addres Controlle Indication Remarks P031 SADDLE saddle tray paper sensor 0: ON paper positioning area paper sensor 0: ON crescent roller HP sensor...
  • Page 239 Addres Controlle Indication Remarks P033 SADDLE inlet flapper solenoid 1: ON saddle path switch flapper 1 1: ON saddle path switch flapper 2 1: ON intermediate feed solenoid 1: ON not used inlet path sensor 1: ON not used P034 SADDLE rear staple motor normal direction 0: ON...
  • Page 240 Addres Controlle Indication Remarks P037 SADDLE POWER_ON 1: ON LED1 1: ON LED2 1: ON LED3 1: ON LEDY 0: ON TRAY_MTR_CUR 0: ON TRAY_MTR_B 0: ON TRAY_MTR_A 0: ON P038 PUNCHE DIPSW1 0: ON DIPSW2 0: ON DIPSW3 0: ON not used PCH-OUT trailing edge sensor...
  • Page 241: Mn-con>

    Chapter 5 Addres Controlle Indication Remarks P042 PUNCHE LED1 0: ON for R&D LED2 0: ON front cover sensor 0: ON for R&D PUSHSW2 0: ON PUSHSW1 0: ON P043 PUNCHE not used upper cover sensor 0: ON not used 5.3.6 <MN-CON>...
  • Page 242 P002 not used open I/F control open I/F setting open I/F setting 11-12 for R&D 13-15 not used P003 IP TEST 0:normal 1: Test Sync_Mask 0: Mask 1: normal SRAM Mask 0: permit; 1: prohibit SUB Clock stop 0: stop 1: run PCI(PDL,HDD) soft reset 0: Reset 1: Normal serial EEPROM CS serial EEPROM SCK...
  • Page 243 P006 for R&D open I/F control (PRDY signal) open I/F signal Model 0 open I/F setting Model 1 11-13 not used open I/F board detection 0: present; 1: absent open I/F board control (CARD) 0: ready; 1: not ready P007 1-15 for R&D FAX OPTION...
  • Page 244: Adjust (adjustment Mode)

    Chapter 5   5.4 ADJUST (Adjustment Mode) 5.4.1 COPIER 5.4.1.1 COPIER List 0004-9570 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN <ADJ-XY> T-5-28 COPIER>ADJUST>ADJ-XY Subheadin Contents Level ADJ-X Use it to adjust the scanner image leading edge position (i.e., image read start position in sub scanning direction).
  • Page 245 COPIER>ADJUST>ADJ-XY Subheadin Contents Level ADJ-Y Use it to adjust the read start cell position of the CCD (i.e., image read start position in main scanning direction). Method of Adjustment - if the non-image width is larger than indicated, decrease the setting. - if an area outside the original is copied, increase the setting.
  • Page 246 Chapter 5   COPIER>ADJUST>ADJ-XY Subheadin Contents Level ADJ-Y-DF Use it to adjust the main scanning points for DF SRAM reading mode. Method of Adjustment - an increase by '1' will move the image read start position to the front by 0.1 mm. - if you have initialized the RAM on the reader controller PCB or replaced the reader controller PCB, enter the value indicated on the service label.
  • Page 247 T-5-29 COPIER>ADJUST>CCD Subheadin Contents Level W-PLT-X/ Use it when entering the white label data indicated on the standard white plate. Method of Adjustment - if you have initialized the RAM on the reader controller PCB or replaced the reader controller PCB, enter the value indicated on the service label.
  • Page 248 COPIER>ADJUST>CCD Subheadin Contents Level CCDU-GB Use it to correct color displacement in sub scanning direction between GB associated with the CCD unit. Method of Adjustment - if you have initialized the RAM on the reader controller or replaced the reader controller PCB, enter the value indicated on the service label.
  • Page 249 COPIER>ADJUST>CCD Subheadin Contents Level 50-RG Use it to indicate the degree of offset (color displacement; RG) for book mode at 50% reading. Method of Adjustment - if you have initialized the RAM on the rear controller or replaced the reader controller PCB, enter the value indicated on the service label. Range of Adjustment: -256 to 256 at time of shipment: factory measurement value upon initialization: 0...
  • Page 250 COPIER>ADJUST>CCD Subheadin Contents Level 100-GB Use it to indicate the degree of offset (color displacement; GB) for book mode at 100% reading. Method of Adjustment - if you have initialized the RAM on the reader controller PCB or replaced the reader controller PCB, enter the value indicated on the service label.
  • Page 251 COPIER>ADJUST>CCD Subheadin Contents Level 100DF-RG Use it to indicate the degree of offset (color displacement; RG) for ADF mode at 100% reading. Method of Adjustment - if you have initialized the RAM on the reader controller PCB or replaced the reader controller PCB, enter the value indicated on the service label.
  • Page 252 COPIER>ADJUST>CCD Subheadin Contents Level DFTAR-R Use it when entering the shading target value (red) for use when the DF is used (i.e., normal original read position). Method of Adjustment - COPIER>FUNCTION>CC>WLVL1/DF-WLVL2 if the image has a fault when the foregoing service mode item has been executed (e.g., as caused by soiling of the chart), enter the factory measurement using this mode item.
  • Page 253 Chapter 5 COPIER>ADJUST>CCD Subheadin Contents Level DFTAR-B Use it to enter the shading target value (blue) for the DF (normal original read position). Method of Adjustment - COPIER>FUNCTION>CCD>DF-WLVL1/DF-WLVL2 if the image starts to develop a fault after executing the foregoing service mode item, enter the factory measurement using this mode item.
  • Page 254 Chapter 5   COPIER>ADJUST>LASER Subheadin Contents Level POWER Use it to adjust the laser output (max). - if you have initialized the RAM on the DC controller PCB or replaced the DC controller PCB, enter the value indicated on the service label. Settings range: 0 to 255 at time of shipment: factory measurement value upon RAM initialization: 112...
  • Page 255 T-5-31 COPIER>ADJUST>IMG-REG Subheadin Contents Level REG-V-Y/ Use it to make rough adjustment of the write start position in sub scanning direction for Y/K. Method of Adjustment - a higher setting will move the pattern toward the trailing edge. - if you have initialized the RAM on the DC controller PC or replaced the DC controller PCB, enter the value indicated on the service label.
  • Page 256 Chapter 5   COPIER>ADJUST>IMG-REG Subheadin Contents Level REG-V-M Use it to make rough adjustment of the write start position in main scanning direction for M Method of Adjustment - a higher setting will move the pattern toward the trailing edge. - if you have initialized the RAM on the DC controller PCB or replaced the DC controller PCB, enter the value indicated on the service label.
  • Page 257 T-5-32 COPIER>ADJUST>DENS Subheadin Contents Level SGNL-Y/M/ Use it to enter the toner density initial value (Y/M/C). Method of Adjustment - if you have initialized the RAM on the DC controller PCB or replaced the DC controller PCB, enter the value indicated on the service label.
  • Page 258 Chapter 5   COPIER>ADJUST>DENS Subheadin Contents Level HLMT- Use it to set an upper limit to patch target density correction (Y/M/C). PTY/M/C range of adjustment: -20 to 20 (unit: 0.1%) at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 0 If possible, do not use it as long as machine operation is normal. LLMT- Use it to set a lower limit to patch target density correction (Y/M/C).
  • Page 259 T-5-33 COPIER>ADJUST>BLANK Subheadin Contents Level BLANK-T Use it when entering the adjustment value for the non-image width (leading edge). Method of Adjustment - if you have initialized the RAM on the main controller PCB or replaced the SRAM PCB, enter the value indicated on the service label.
  • Page 260 Chapter 5   COPIER>ADJUST>BLANK Subheadin Contents Level BLANK-B Use it to enter the adjustment value for the non-image width (trailing edge). Method of Adjustment - if you have initialized the RAM on the main controller PCB or replaced the SRAM PCB, enter the value indicated on the service label.
  • Page 261 Chapter 5 COPIER>ADJUST>V-CONT Subheadin Contents Level VCONT-Y/ Use it to adjust the target contrast potential (Y/M/C/K). M/C/K Method of Adjustment - a higher setting will make the image darker. Range of Adjustment: Y/M/C: -50 to +50(unit: 10 V) K: -5 to +5 at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 0 Attention If possible, do not use it as long as machine operation is normal.
  • Page 262 Chapter 5   T-5-36 COPIER>ADJUST>COLOR Subheadin Contents Level ADJ-Y/M/ Use it to adjust the color balance (Y/M/C/K; for the user). Method of Adjustment - a higher setting will make the image darker. - a lower setting will make the image lighter. Range of Adjustment: -8 to +8 at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 0 OFST-Y/M/...
  • Page 263 T-5-37 COPIER>ADJUST>HV-PRI Subheadin Contents Level PRIMAR Use it to adjust the primary charging current. Range of Adjustment: 0 to 1400V (unit: yA) at time of shipment: factory adjustment value upon RAM initialization: 1099 GRID Use it to adjust the primary charging assembly grid bias. Settings range: 0 to 900 (unit: V) at time of shipment: factory adjustment value upon RAM initialization: 752...
  • Page 264 Chapter 5   COPIER>ADJUST>HV-PRI Subheadin Contents Level HVRATE- Use it to adjust the parameter settings for primary charging bias/laser power (at feed speed 1/3). Method of Adjustment - adjust the parameter setting for the primary charging bias/laser power for when 1/3 feed speed is used. Range of Adjustment: 0 to 100 (in increments of 1) at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 33 HVRATE-...
  • Page 265 COPIER>ADJUST>HV-TR Subheadin Contents Level 1TR-GAIN Use it to adjust the gain for the primary transfer current measurement. Method of Adjustment - if you have initialized the RAM of the DC controller PCB or replaced the DC controller PCB, enter the value indicated on the service label. - if you have replaced the high-voltage PCB, enter the value indicated on the label attached to the PCB.
  • Page 266 COPIER>ADJUST>HV-TR Subheadin Contents Level 1TR-COFS Use it to correct the constant current for the primary transfer high- voltage PCB. (intercept) Method of Adjustment - if you have initialized the RAM on the DC controller PCB or replaced the DC controller PCB, enter the value indicated on the service label.
  • Page 267 COPIER>ADJUST>HV-TR Subheadin Contents Level 2TR-TGT1 Use it to set the offset value in relation to the secondary transfer ATVC to 8 target current level. Method of Adjustment - the secondary transfer ATVC target current level will be offset in relation to the setting herein when the operation mode of the machine matches the setting made in the following: TR-ENV, TR-PAPER, TR- CLR, TR-DUP.
  • Page 268 COPIER>ADJUST>HV-TR Subheadin Contents Level TR-ENV1 Use it to select the environment for the secondary ATVC setting. to 8 Settings range 1: low humidity; 2: normal humidity; 3: high humidity at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 1 Reference - the following 6 items make up a single set of items: 2TR-TGT, 2TR- SHR, TR-PAPER, TR-ENV, TR-CLR, TR-DUP.
  • Page 269 Chapter 5 COPIER>ADJUST>HV-TR Subheadin Contents Level Use it to set the primary transfer static eliminator bias level. Settings range: -4000 to 0 (unit: V) at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 0 Use it to set the primary transfer static eliminator bias. Range of Adjustment - check the bias level using DISPLAY>HV-STS>2EL;...
  • Page 270 T-5-39 COPIER>ADJUST>FEED-ADJ Subheadin Contents Level REGIST Use it to adjust the timing at which the registration roller clutch goes Method of Adjustment - an increase of '1' will move the image in the direction of the leading edge of the sheet by 0.1 mm. - if you have initialized the RAM on the DC controller PCB or replaced the DC controller PCB, enter the value indicated on the service label.
  • Page 271 Chapter 5 COPIER>ADJUST>FEED-ADJ Subheadin Contents Level LOOP-T2 Use it to adjust the arching at the registration roller for heavy paper. Particulars of Adjustment A lower setting (arching at the registration roller) will serve to limit noise; however, too low a setting can affect the margin or can cause skew movement of paper.
  • Page 272 Chapter 5   COPIER>ADJUST>CST-ADJ Contents Level Subheading MF-A4 Use it to enter the paper width basic value for the manual feed tray (A4). Method of Adjustment - if you have initialized the RAM on the DC controller PCB or replaced the DC controller PCB, enter the value indicated on the service label.
  • Page 273 COPIER>ADJUST>MISC Subheadin Contents Level Use it to set the environment in respect of atmospheric pressure. Settings 0 to 2 at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 0 ACS-ADJ Use it to adjust the level of color identification for ACS mode. Method of Adjustment - if you want the identification to be on the black-and-white side, increase the setting.
  • Page 274 Chapter 5   COPIER>ADJUST>MISC Subheadin Contents Level ACS-EN Use it to adjust the ACS identification area. Settings range -2 to +2 at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 1 ACS-CNT Use it to set the ACS identification chrome count area. Settings range -2 to +2 at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 0 ACS-EN2...
  • Page 275: Feeder

    Chapter 5 COPIER>ADJUST>EXP-LED Subheadin Contents Level EXP-ROT Use it to set the length of time for pre-exposure at time of last rotation. Range of Settings 0: forced pre-exposure last rotation disabled 1: 30 sec 2: 1 min 3: 1 min 30 sec 4: 2 min at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 1 5.4.2 FEEDER...
  • Page 276: Sorter

    Chapter 5   5.4.3 SORTER 5.4.3.1 SORTER List 0005-0554 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN T-5-44 SORTER>ADJUDT Subheadin Contents Level PNCH-HLE Use it to adjust the distance from the paper edge to the punch hole. Range of adjustment: -4to 2 at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 0 5-82...
  • Page 277: Function (operation/inspection Mode)

    Chapter 5 5.5 FUNCTION (Operation/Inspection Mode) 5.5.1 COPIER 5.5.1.1 COPIER List 0004-9726 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN <INSTALL> T-5-45 COPIER>FUNCTION>INSTALL Subheadin Contents Level TONER-S Use it to stir the toner inside the developing assembly at time of installation. Method of Operation 1) Select the item to highlight, and press the OK key.
  • Page 278 COPIER>FUNCTION>INSTALL Subheadin Contents Level INISET-Y/ Use it to set up the Y/M/C color developing assemblies for the first time. The series of operations needed to initialize the Y/M/C color developing assembly will be executed at a time: Method of Operation 1) Select the item to highlight, and press the OK key.
  • Page 279 Chapter 5 COPIER>FUNCTION>INSTALL Subheadin Contents Level INIT-Y/M/C Use it to cause the machine to read the initial value of the toner density signal (SGNL, REF) of Y/M/C. Select the item to highlight, and press the OK key to start the operation.
  • Page 280 Chapter 5   T-5-47 COPIER>FUNCTION>LASER Subheadin Contents Level POWER Use it to turn on the laser for adjustment of the laser power. 1) Select the item to highlight. 2) Press the OK key. To stop, press the Stop key. <DPC> T-5-48 COPIER>FUNCTION>DPC Subheadin...
  • Page 281 Chapter 5 T-5-49 COPIER>FUNCTION>CST Subheadin Contents Level Use it to register the paper width basic value for the manual feeder. A4R,MF- A4R width: 210 mm; A6R width: 105 mm; A4 width: 297 mm A6R,MF- To make fine adjustments after registering the basic value, use the following service mode item: COPIER>ADJUS'T>CST-ADJ>MF- A4, RMF-A6R, MF-A4.
  • Page 282 Chapter 5   COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEANING Subheadin Contents Level WIRE-EX Use it to clean the primary charging wire/pre-transfer charging wire (a single round trip). The primary charging wire/pre-transfer charging wire may be cleaned for a signal round trip. Normally, the wire is cleaned by 5 round trips (about 3 min);...
  • Page 283 Chapter 5 T-5-51 COPIER>FUNCTION>FIXING Subheadi Contents Level NIP-CHK Checking the Fixing Nip Width Operation 1) Register 'plain paper' or 'recycled paper' as the type of paper to use in the manual feed tray (in user mode, common settings>paper type). 2) Place A4/LTR plain paper or recycled paper in the manual feed tray. 3) Select this mode, and press the OK key (so that the paper will be picked from the manual feed tray).
  • Page 284 Chapter 5   the 2 hex bolts [1] found on the delivery side of the fixing assembly. If you turned it by mistake, be sure to turn it back to its initial position. F-5-15 <PANEL> T-5-52 COPIER>FUNCTION>PANEL Subheadin Contents Level LCD- Check the LCD for missing dots.
  • Page 285 Chapter 5 COPIER>FUNCTION>PANEL Subheadin Contents Level KEY- Use it to check the key inputs. Method of Operation 1) Select 'KEY-CHK' so that the numbers/names of the input keys will be indicated. 2) Press any key to check; if normal, the touch panel will show its corresponding character.
  • Page 286 T-5-54 COPIER>FUNCTION>PART-CHK Subheadin Contents Level Use it to select the clutch whose operation you want to check. (between 1 and 10; 4 through 10 are spares) Method of Operation 1) Select the item. 2) Enter the code of the clutch you want using the keypad. 1: color developing clutch 2: color toner supply clutch 3: black developing clutch...
  • Page 287 COPIER>FUNCTION>PART-CHK Subheadin Contents Level FAN-ON Use it to start the operation of the fan Method of Operation 1) Select the item, and press the OK key to start the following: in the case of FAN= 1,2,5,7,10 for 10 sec, ON at full speed>for 10 sec, ON at half-speed>standby Copier Heat Exhaust Fan, Delivery Cooling Fan, Manual Feed Cooling Fan in the case of FAN= 3,4,6,9...
  • Page 288 COPIER>FUNCTION>PART-CHK Subheadin Contents Level Use it to select the clutch whose operation you want to check. between 1 and 32; the following are spares: 16, 24, 29, 30, 31, 32 Method of Operation 1) Select the item. 2) Enter the code of the clutch using the keypad. 1: polygon motor (M1) 2: drum/ITB motor (M2) 3: developing motor (M3)
  • Page 289 Chapter 5 COPIER>FUNCTION>PART-CHK Subheadin Contents Level MTR-ON Use it to start the operation of the motor. Method of Operation 1) Select the item, and press the OK key. - in the case of MTR=1 through 4, 6, 8 through 15, 17 through 19, 23, 25 through 28, for 10 sec, ON>end - in the case of MTR=20 through 22,...
  • Page 290 T-5-55 COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR Subheadin Contents Level Use it to clear an error code (E000, E001, E002, E003). Method of Operation 1) Select the item, and press the OK key. 2) Turn off and then on the main power. DC-CON Use this item to reset the RAM on the DC controller PCB. The RAM will not actually be reset until the main power switch has been turned off and then on.
  • Page 291 COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR Subheadin Contents Level CNT- Use it to reset the counter readings controlled by the main controller MCON PCB (main) for service work. (For the counters whose readings will be reset, see the list under COUNTER mode.) The counter readings will not be reset until the OK key is pressed. CNT- Use it to reset the readings of the following counters controlled by the DCON...
  • Page 292 Chapter 5   COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR Subheadin Contents Level MN-CON Use it to initialize the RAM on the main controller board SRAM board. - The contents of the RAM will not be initialized until the main power switch has been turned off and then on. - Executing this item will initialize all data on the SRAM board.
  • Page 293 Chapter 5 T-5-56 COPIER>FUNCTION>MISC-R Subheadin Contents Level SCANLA Use it to check the activation of the scanning lamp. Method of Operation 1) Select the item. 2) Press the OK key so that the scanning lamp will go on and remain on for 3 sec.
  • Page 294 COPIER>FUNCTION>MISC-P Subheadin Contents Level PRE-EXP Use it to check the activation of the pre-exposure lamp (LED). Operation 1)Press the item to highlight. 2)Press the OK key so that the individual operations are executed for several seconds and the execution stops automatically (full activation).
  • Page 295 COPIER>FUNCTION>MISC-P Subheadin Contents Level ENV-PRT Use it to print out a log on the changes that may have taken place in machine inside temperature/humidity and fixing temperature. The log shows changes in machine inside temperature/humidity and fixing temperature (middle) as colleted from the output of the environment sensor and non-contact thermistor.
  • Page 296 Chapter 5   COPIER>FUNCTION>MISC-P Subheadin Contents Level ATR-EX Force ATR control. Use it to force ATR control if the correction value for ATR control is lost, as after E020 (field servicing) or after replacing the DC controller PCB. INTR-EX Use it to force initial rotation, as the first thing in the morning. You can force the various image stabilization control mechanisms (usually executed first thing in the morning during initial rotation) consisting of the following:...
  • Page 297 Chapter 5 F-5-16 2) Place a stack of sheet about 60 mm high over the point of detection of either full sensor on the shift tray. F-5-17 3) Select the item, and press the OK key. 4) While referring to the indication, move the sensor closer to the paper, and fix it in place where 'ON' goes on. F-5-18 Memo: If 'ON' is not indicated when the full sensor is moved closest to the paper, keep adding a sheet of paper until 'ON' is indicated.
  • Page 298 Chapter 5   F-5-19 5) Move the other full sensor to the position of detection. 6) Perform step 4) on the other full sensor. 7) When done, press the Stop key. <SYSTEM> T-5-59 COPIER>FUNCTION>SYSTEM Subheadin Contents Level DOWNLO Use it to switch to download mode. Method of Operation 1) Select the item.
  • Page 299: Feeder

    Chapter 5 COPIER>FUNCTION>SYSTEM Subheadin Contents Level CHK- Use it to select a partition number for execution of HD-CHECK. TYPE Method of Operation 1) Select the item. 2) Select a partition number using the keypad. 0: check on and recovery of entire HDD 1: image storage area 2: general-purpose file storage area 3: PDL-related file storage area...
  • Page 300 Chapter 5   T-5-60 FEEDER>FUNCTION Subheadin Contents Level SENS-INT Use it to adjust the sensitivity of the individual sensors of the feeder. Select the item, and press the OK key to start feeder sensor initialization, turning the screen indication to 'ACT'. The operation will end automatically, turning the indication to 'OK'.
  • Page 301 FEEDER>FUNCTION Subheadin Contents Level FEED-CHK Use it to check paper movement in the ADF on its own. Operation 1) Press [FEED-CHK] to highlight. 2) Enter the number of the component using the keypad. 3) Press the OK key. 4) Press [FEED-ON] to start checking the operation. Feed Mode 0: single-sided operation 1: double-side operation...
  • Page 302 FEEDER>FUNCTION Subheadin Contents Level FAN-ON Use it to start the operation of the selected fan. Method of Operation Press [FAN-ON], and press the OK key to start the operation of the fan. Another press on the OK key will stop the operation. (The operation will automatically stop in 5 sec;...
  • Page 303 FEEDER>FUNCTION Subheadin Contents Level MTR-ON Use it to start motor operation. Operation The operation varies from model to model. 1) Press [MTR-ON] to highlight; then, press the OK key to start motor operation. 2) Press the OK key once again to stop the motor. (The operation will stop automatically in 5 sec;...
  • Page 304: Option (machine Settings Mode)

    Chapter 5   5.6 OPTION (Machine Settings Mode) 5.6.1 COPIER 5.6.1.1 COPIER List 0004-9741 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN <BODY> T-5-61 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level PO-CNT for factory adjustment MODEL- Use it to set the default magnification indication and ADF size detection. Settings 0: AB (6R5E) 1: INCH (5R4E)
  • Page 305 4) Turn off and then on the main power switch. XXYYZZAA xx: country (e.g., JP for Japan) YY: language (e.g., ja for Japanese) ZZ: model (e.g., 00 for Canon) AA: paper size configuration (e.g., 00 for AB) TEMP- Use it to adjust the control temperature of the fixing assembly.
  • Page 306 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level W/SCNR Use it to specify the presence/absence of a reader unit (as for the copier model). Settings 0: printer model 1: model with reader unit at time of shipment: 1 upon RAM initialization: 0 RUI-DSP Use it to set the copier function optional settings for the RUI screen. Settings 0: do not display copy screen for RUI 1: display copy screen for RUI...
  • Page 307 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level INTROT- Use it to set intervals (in terms of the number of sheets) for process auto adjustment (full, at time of initial/last rotation) executed at specific intervals. range of settings: 50 to 1000 (in terms of A4) at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 200 DEVL- Setting threshold level (number of sheets) that the toner discharge...
  • Page 308 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level ENVP- Use it to set the intervals at which logs are collected of machine internal temperature and fixing temperature, i.e., in relation to COPIER>FUNCTION>MISC-P>ENV-PRINT and COPIER>DISPLAY>ENVRNT. settings range 0 to 480 (min) at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 60 T1-TEMP Use it to switch over the heavy paper 1 down sequence tables.
  • Page 309 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level OHP- Use it to switch over the cpm for value BK OHT (remedy against SPED adhesion upon delivery). settings 0: 40 cpm if w/ finisher; 20 cpm if w/o finisher 1: 20 cpm 2: 10 cpm at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 0 Use it to change the intervals at which the fixing roller is rotated idly CROT...
  • Page 310 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level W-CLN-P Use it to set the intervals at which the primary charging wire/pre-transfer charging wire is automatically cleaned in a normal environment in terms of the number of copies. The new setting will not be valid until the main power switch has been turned off and then back on.
  • Page 311 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level Use it to enable/disable image density correction control as part of auto MODE gradation correction (PASCAL) Settings 0: do not execute 1: execute at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 0 SENS- Use it to set the original sensor. Settings 0: AB configuration 1: inch configuration...
  • Page 312 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level FDW- Use it to select face-up or face-down delivery when multiple sets are specified. When multiple sets are specified, the machine uses face-up delivery. To ensure a specific level of stacking performance, however, the machine offers a mode for face-down delivery. (This choice is not valid if a finisher is installed.) 0:use face-up delivery if no more than 1 original 1:use face-up delivery if no more than 1 original, but face-down delivery...
  • Page 313 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level POP3PN Use it to change the number of the POP reception port. settings range 0 through 65535 (in increments of 1) at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 110 ORG- Use it to set a special paper size not recognized by the DF size detection mechanism.
  • Page 314 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level ORG-B5 Use it to set a special paper size not recognized by the DF size detection mechanism. 0: B5 (at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization) settings 0: B5 1: K-LEAGAL at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 0 UI-BOX Use it to enable/disable display of the control panel Box scan.
  • Page 315 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level SCR- Use it to select halftone processing for film/photo mode. SLCT Method of Adjustment If moire is found in the output image or the dots make the image appear too coarse while the default (1: use screen with fewer lines) is selected, change the setting as follows: - if moire is noted, change to '0' (use error diffusion);...
  • Page 316 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level DEVL- Use it to set a threshold for image density over which the machine will execute discharge sequence (designed as a remedy against rough image texture on copies of low-density images made in continuous printing). If possible, do not use it as long as machine operation is normal. settings range 1 to 5 (unit: %) at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 2)
  • Page 317 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level T-LW- Use it to change the setting at which an alert message is issued for the level of toner. The threshold (%) of the level of toner over which the message is issued to indicate that toner is running short may be changed. A delay, however, can also result in the absence of toner immediately after the alert message.
  • Page 318 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level STS- Enabling/Disabling the TOT Synchronous Command Communication PORT Port Use it to enable or disable the inquiry/response (synchronous) command communication port for TUIF over TCP/IP. Settings 0: OFF 1: ON at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 0 CMD- Enabling/Disabling the TOT Asynchronous Status Communication Port PORT...
  • Page 319 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level UISW- Indication of the User Screen Switch Use it to enable or disable the indication of the switch used to switch between the Standard Specifications screen and Simple Specifications screen (Lawson type). - type equipped with functions equivalent to those of standard machines - type equipped with limited functions, e.g., those machines installed in Lawson shops.
  • Page 320 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level Use it when imposing limits to the use of NTML certification for SMTP NTLM (NoSasl-windows NTLAN Manager). Use it to set NTLM certification for SMTP certification. 0: refer to SMTP server 1: do not use at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 0 Use it when imposing limits to the use of PLAIN/LOGIN certification PLNWS (plain language certification for SMTP) where NS-PLNWS...
  • Page 321 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level T-CRG- Use it to permit or not to permit replacement of the toner cartridge by the user when there still is toner in the cartridge. Settings 0: do not permit replacement by user (When the toner runs out (in the case of black toner, is running low), a button will appear to permit replacement of the toner cartridge: i.e., system status/stop>recovery procedure indication).
  • Page 322 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level SVMD- Switching the method of entering the Service Mode. Setting Values 0: [User Mode key] -> Press [2] and [8] simultaneously -> [User Mode key] [Initial setting upon shipment/value after RAM clear] 1: [User Mode key] -> Press [4] and [9] simultaneously -> [User Mode key] Reference Information Support for Siemens...
  • Page 323 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level 1ROT-CR Use it to change the retention current for primary transfer retention current idle rotation. If the user disconnects the power plug at night and thus the drum heater goes off, the temperature of the primary transfer roller is not likely to match that of the drum when the power is turned on the next morning;...
  • Page 324 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level 2ROT- Use it to change the secondary transfer power retention idle rotation. Settings 0: refer to environment sensor 1: 40sec 2: 60sec 3: 120sec 4: 180sec 5: 300sec 6: 420sec 7: 600sec at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 0 DEV-K- Use it to set the duration of toner discharge executed as part of the ITB black band cleaning sequence.
  • Page 325 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level CDEV- Use it to enable/disable power-on idle rotation of the color developing assembly (YMC). Use it to adjust the intervals of patch ATR for the No. 1 limit. A higher limit will increase the execution intervals, but will affect the density. On the other hand, although a lower limit will decrease the intervals, the density will be more stable.
  • Page 326 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level PCHINT- Use it to change the intervals of 1-patch detection (No. 1 limit) in terms of the number of prints. Use it to change the intervals of patch ATR for the No. 1 limit. A higher limit will increase the downtime intervals, but will affect the density.
  • Page 327 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level POT- Use it to adjust the length of time for the detection of a disconnected OFTM connector or to adjust the potential sensor offset. By default, the machine executes idle rotation of the fixing roller for 1 seconce every 30 min to prevent deformation of the roller while in standby.
  • Page 328 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level PCHINT Use it to change the intervals of post rotation patch detection (video counter count). Use it to change the intervals of patch ATR in relation to the cumulative video count. When a specific video count is exceeded, ATR patch detection is executed during last rotation at the end of the ongoing job, and the limit of the cumulative video count may be changed.
  • Page 329 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level G-LUT- Use it to change the gamma LUT auto correction function (used for a check on a steep slope). Use it to change the threshold used to find out whether the gamma LUT slope is too steep as part of the gamma LUT auto correction function. Settings 0: 2.8 1: 2.6...
  • Page 330 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level G-LUT- Use it to change the gamma LUT auto correction function (secondary curve correction start point offset). Use it to set a degree of offset in relation to the bottommost start point for secondary curve correction used as part of the gamma LUT auto correction function.
  • Page 331 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level 1TR- Use it to enable/disable the primary transfer ATVC retry function for ATVC initial multiple rotation. Use it to enable/disable the primary transfer ATVC retry function for initial multiple rotation to suit the site of installation. Settings 0: off at all times (spare) 1: on only if H/H (default)
  • Page 332 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level GLUTO for study by design dpt F-Y/M/ HDD- Use it to set a level of temperature to serve as a reference for detecting a low temperature error. Settings 0 to 30 deg C at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 2 HDD- Use it to set the time interval allowed before a low temperature error is identified...
  • Page 333 Chapter 5 COPIER>OPTION>BODY Subheadi Contents Level CKT- Switching Step1/Step2 of CL1 series (destined for China, Korea, LANG Taiwan) Settings 0: Step1 1: Step2 Reference Step 1: English descriptions partially remain. Step 2: Descriptions are entirely destined for China/Korea/Taiwan. Since the existing CL1 series are all Step1, use this mode to switch the setting to Step 2.
  • Page 334 Chapter 5   COPIER>OPTION>USER Subheadi Contents Level COUNTE Use it to have the counter type of soft counter 2 displayed on the control panel to suit the needs of the user or the dealer. The counter particulars may be changed to suit the needs of the user or the dealer.
  • Page 335 Chapter 5 200s: copy 300s: print 400s: copy + print 500s: scan 600s: box 700s: reception print 800s: report print Guide to the Table yes: counter valid on the machine 4C: full color mono: mono color (YMC/RGB; ageing effect mono) Bk black mono L: large-size (larger than B4) S: small-size (B4 and larger)
  • Page 336 Sport Counter particulars remote copy (full color + mono color; small) remote copy (full color + mono color 2) remote copy (full color + mono color 1) remote copy (full color; large; double-sided) remote copy (full color; small; double sided) remote copy (mono color;...
  • Page 337 Sport Counter particulars total (full color + mono color; small) total (full color + mono color 2) total (full color + mono color 1) T-5-65 Sport Sport Counter particulars copy (total 1) copy (total 2) copy (large) copy (small) copy A (total 1) copy A (total 2) copy A large) copy A (small)
  • Page 338 Sport Sport Counter particulars copy (black-and-white; small) copy (full color + mono color; large) copy (full color + mono color; small) copy (full color + mono color; 2) copy (full color mono color; 1) copy (full color; large; double-sided) copy (full color; small; double-sided) copy (mono color;...
  • Page 339 Sport Sport Counter particulars local copy (full color 1) local copy (full color 2) local copy (mono color 1) local copy (mono color 2) local copy (black-and-white 1) local copy (black-and-white 2) local copy (full color; large) local copy (full color; small) local copy (mono color;...
  • Page 340 Sport Counter particulars print full color 1) print (full color 2) print (mono color 1) print (mono color 2) print (black-and-white 1) print (black-and-white 2)) print (full color; large) print (full color small) print (mono color; large) print (mono color; large) print (black-and-white;...
  • Page 341 Sport Counter particulars PDL print (black-and-while; small) PDL print (full color; large; double-sided) PDL print (full color; small; double-sided) PDL print (black-and-white; large; double-sided) PDL print (black-and-white; small; double-sided) T-5-67 Sport Counter particulars copy + print (full color; large) copy + print full color; small) copy + print (black-and-white;...
  • Page 342 T-5-68 Sport Counter particulars scan (total 1) scan (total 2) scan A(large) scan (large) black-and-white scan (total 1) black-and-white scan (total 2) black-and-white scan (large) black-and-white scan (small) color scan (total 1) color scan (total 2) color scan (large) color scan (small) T-5-69 Sport Counter particulars...
  • Page 343 Sport Counter particulars box print (full color + color; large) box print (full color + mono color; small) box print (full color + mono color 2) box print (full color + mono color 1) box print (full color; large; double-sided) box print (full color;...
  • Page 344 Sport Counter particulars reception print (full color; large; double-sided) reception print (full color; small; double-sided) reception print (grayscale; large: double-sided) reception print (grayscale; small; double-side) reception print (black-and-white; large; double-sided) reception print (black-and-white; small; double-sided) T-5-71 Sport Counter particulars report print (total 1) report print (total 2) report print (large) report print (small)
  • Page 345 Sport Counter particulars report print (grayscale: small; double-sided) report print (black-and-white; large; double-sided) report print (black-and-white; small; double-sided) T-5-72 Sport Counter particulars copy scan total 1 (color) copy scan total 1 (black-and-white) copy scan total 2 (color) copy scan total 2 (black-and-white) copy scan total 3 (color) copy scan total 3 (black-and-white) copy scan total 4 (color)
  • Page 346 Sport Counter particulars transmission scan total 8 (color) transmission scan total 8 (black-and-white) universal transmission scan total (color) universal transmission scan total (black-and-while) box scan (color) box scan (black-and-while) remote scan (color) remote scan (black-and-white) transmission scan/fax (color) transmission scan/fax (black-and-white) transmission scan/i-fax (color) transmission scan/i fax (black-and-white) transmission scan/e-mail (color)
  • Page 347 T-5-73 COPIER>OPTION>USER Subheadi Contents Level CONTRO Use it to impose a limit on the use of a control card for a PDL job. Settings 0: do not limit 1: limit at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 0 B4-L- For soft counters 1 through 6, use it to specify whether B4 should be counted as large-size or small-size.
  • Page 348 COPIER>OPTION>USER Subheadi Contents Level CPRT- Use it to enable/disable indication of the count button on the Sales Counter Check screen. Settings 0: do not indicate 1: indicate at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 1 CNT-SW Use it to switch over counter indication items. Counters in Question At the time of the setting value 0 101 total 1...
  • Page 349 COPIER>OPTION>USER Subheadi Contents Level DFLT- Use it to set the default color mode for BOX. Settings 0: ACS 1: full color 2: black-and-white JPN (at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 2) UL (at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 0) EUR (at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 2) others (at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 2) DOC- Use it to set the message promoting for the removal of originals.
  • Page 350 COPIER>OPTION>USER Subheadi Contents Level MF-LG- Use it to enable/disable the indication of the Extra length mode. Settings 0: normal 1: indicate key on extension mode screen at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 0 CNT- Use it to enable/disable the indication of the serial number in response to DISP a press on the Counter Check key.
  • Page 351 COPIER>OPTION>USER Subheadi Contents Level LGSW- Use it to enable/disable indication of 'log display on/off' on the User Mode screen. Settings 0: do not indicate 'log display on/off'. 1: indicate 'log display on/off' at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 0 PCL- Use it to set the PCL command COPIES (Meru/Pinatubo/Hood COPY compatibility mode).
  • Page 352 Chapter 5   COPIER>OPTION>USER Subheadi Contents Level SND- Use it to set the rate of compression when SEND-RATE is set to 'high' RATE Settings 0: 1/16 1: 1/20 2: 1/24 A higher rate of compression will lower the image quality. at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 0 CTM-S06 Use it to remove the password from an export file (file transmission...
  • Page 353 Chapter 5 T-5-74 COPIER>OPTION>CST Subheadi Contents Level P-SZ-C1 Use it to select and register paper size for the cassette 1. Settings 0: A4 1: B5 2: LTR at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 0 P-SZ-C2 Use it to select and register paper size for the cassette 2. Settings 0: A4 1: B5...
  • Page 354 T-5-75 COPIER>OPTION>ACC Subheadi Contents Level COIN Use it set up the coin vendor mechanism. Use it to permit/not permit access to coin vendor mode. Settings 0: coin vendor not used (control card permitted; no charging) 1: coin vendor (charging used) 2: remote counter (charging used) at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 0 DK-P...
  • Page 355 Chapter 5 COPIER>OPTION>ACC Subheadi Contents Level CC-SPSW Use it to set the control card (CC IV/CCV) I/F support level. Settings 0: do not support 1: support (priority on speed) 2: support (priority on upper limit) at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 0 - if set to '1' , priority on the maintenance of the engine performance;...
  • Page 356 - system management setup>network setup>TCP/IP setup>IP address setup>RARP use - system management setup>network setup>TCP/IP setup>IP address setup>BOOTP use - system management setup>network setup>TCP/IP setup>Ethernet driver setup>auto detection - system management setup>network setup>spool function use If the setting is '3' or 4', the following items will be OFF in addition to the foregoing: - system management setup>network setup>TCP/IP setup>RW setup - system management setup>network setup>TCP/IP setup>LPD setup - system management setup>network setup>TCP/IP setup>IPP print...
  • Page 357: Feeder

    Chapter 5 T-5-77 COPIER>OPTION>INT-FACE Subheadi Contents Level AP-OPT Use it to permit or not permit printing from PrintMe (application installed to the PS print server unit). Settings 0: enable if for specific account 1: enable for all accounts 2: reject printing (print only from specific group ID) at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 1 Use it to set group ID for print jobs (CPCA) from PrintMe ACCNT...
  • Page 358: Sorter

    Chapter 5   STAMP- Use it to specify the presence/absence of the stamp. This mode item indicates the presence/absence of the stamp, and is designed for use by the service person. Settings 0:stamp absent 1:stamp present at time of shipment: factory adjustment value upon RAM initialization: 0 5.6.3 SORTER 5.6.3.1 SORTER List...
  • Page 359: Board

    Chapter 5 T-5-80 SORTER>OPTION Subheadin Contents Level MD-SPRTN Use it to set conditions on the finisher function. Setting 0: normal 1: go to bare mode at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 0 5.6.4 BOARD 5.6.4.1 BOARD List 0005-0569 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN T-5-81 BOARD>OPTION Subheadi...
  • Page 360: Test (test Print Mode)

    Chapter 5   5.7 TEST (Test Print Mode) 5.7.1 COPIER 5.7.1.1 COPIER List 0004-9844 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN <PG> T-5-82 COPIER>TEST>PG Subheadi Contents Level TYPE Use it to generate test prints. Enter the appropriate type number (test print), and press the Start key. (Be sure to return the setting to '0' after garneting the test print.) Settings 0: image from CCD (normal print)
  • Page 361 COPIER>TEST>PG Subheadi Contents Level TXPH Use it to set image mode when generating test prints. Settings 0: T-Mic (w/o end correction) 1: SC1 (w/o end correction) 2: SC2 (w/o end correction) 3: T-Mic (w/ end correction only if Bk) 4: SC2 (w/ end correction if Bk) 5: T-Mic (w/ gamma LUT auto correction) 6: SCI (w/ gamma LUT auto correction) 7: SC2 (w/gamma LUT auto correction)
  • Page 362 Chapter 5   COPIER>TEST>PG Subheadi Contents Level PG-PICK Use it to select the source of paper for test printing. Settings 1: cassette 1 2: cassette 2 3: cassette 3 4: cassette 4 5: side deck 6: manual feeder 7 to 8: not used at time of shipment/upon RAM initialization: 1 2-SIDE Use it to set the output mode for test printing.
  • Page 363 - if the connection to the network is normal, 'OK' will appear (to indicate that you may end the work). - if 'NG' has appeared, check the physical connection of the network cable; if normal, go to step 6). If a fault is found in the connection of the network cable, connect it properly, and go back to step 5).
  • Page 364: Counter (counter Mode)

    Chapter 5   5.8 COUNTER (Counter Mode) 5.8.1 COPIER 5.8.1.1 COPIER List 0004-9845 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN <TOTAL> T-5-84 COPIER>COUNTER>TOTAL Subheadin Contents Level SERVICE service total counter 1 The count increases when a sheet is discharged outside the machine. (regardless of paper size, large or small) The count returns to '00000000' after '99999999'.
  • Page 365 Chapter 5 COPIER>COUNTER>TOTAL Subheadin Contents Level RMT-PRT remote print counter The count increases when a sheet is discharged outside the machine/ stacked for duplexing during remote printing in keeping with the charge counter. The count does not increase in the case of a blank sheet. The count increases by 1 for both large and small sizes.
  • Page 366 Chapter 5   T-5-85 COPIER>COUNTER>PICK-UP Subheadin Contents Level C1/2/3/4 cassette 1/2/3/4 pickup total counter Use it to indicate the number of sheets picked up from the cassette 1/ 2/3/4. The count returns to '00000000' after '99999999'. manual feeder total counter Use it to indicate the number of sheets picked up from the manual feeder unit.
  • Page 367 Chapter 5 COPIER>COUNTER>JAM Subheadin Contents Level SORTER finisher total jam counter 2-SIDE duplexing unit jam counter manual feed pickup jam counter C1/2/3/4 cassette 1/2/3/4 jam counter side paper deck jam counter <MISC> T-5-88 COPIER>COUNTER>MISC Subheadin Contents Level FIX-WEB fixing cleaning web counter (count retained by DC controller PCB) The count in this mode begins a count, after a web-less preliminary announcement display is displayed.
  • Page 368 COPIER>COUNTER>MISC Subheadin Contents Level DV-UNT- for the developing unit, indicates the number of sheets that have passed. (count retained by DC controller PCB) - if you have replaced the developing unit (Bk), reset the counter reading. - if you have replaced the DC controller PCB, enter the reading indicated before the replacement.
  • Page 369 Chapter 5 COPIER>COUNTER>MISC Subheadin Contents Level DRM- Use it when shifting the photosensitive drum phase. PHAS When the photosensitive drum is used without changing the home position in relation to the drum axis, uneven density at drum intervals or lines can occur in output images. To limit the symptom, shift the phase of the photosensitive drum by 90 deg every specific number of prints.
  • Page 370 Chapter 5   full color S size: count by 1 L size: count by 2 Type 4 black-and-white full color count by 1 Type 5 black-and-white no count full color count by 1 <PRDC-1> All the values of the items under COPIER>COUNTER>PRDC-1 are retained by the main controller PCB. T-5-89 COPIER>COUNTER>PRDC-1 Subheadin...
  • Page 371 Chapter 5 COPIER>COUNTER>PRDC-1 Subheadin Contents Level PO-CLN2 for the pre-transfer charging wire cleaner2, indicates the number of times it has been replaced. Estimated life: 500,000 image count type: type 1 PO-UNIT for the post charging assembly, indicates the number of times it has gone on.
  • Page 372 Main controller PCB TRD-CLN、TR-BLT、TR-ROLL、2TR-TOLL、TR-STC-H、1TR-STC、ITB-SUPS、2TR-INRL、CLN-BLD、 CL-SUPS、CL-SCRP、C3-PU-RL、C3-SP-RL、C3-FD-RL、C4-PU-RL、C4-SP-RL、C4-FD-RL、LD-PU-RL、 LD-SP-RL、LD-FD-RL、RD-PU-RL、RD-SP-RL、RD-FD-RL、M-PU-RL、M-SP-RL、FX-IN-BS、FX-WEB、 FX-EX-RL、 FX-RW-BS、 FX-EX-BS、 DLV-UCLW、 DLV-LCLW、 OZ-FIL5、 TN-FIL2、 TN-FIL5、 FX-SPACE、 ITB-SCRP DC controller PCB DV-UNT-C、DV-UNT-Y、DV-UNT-M、FX-UP-RL、FX-LW-RL、 If you are replacing the main controller PCB or the DC controller PCB,be sure to exeucte the following service mode item and keep the output stored away: COPIER>FUNCTION>MISC>P-PRINT.
  • Page 373 COPIER>COUNTER>DRBL-1 Subheadin Contents Level TR-STC- indicates the number of times the secondary transfer static eliminator has gone on in terms of the number of sheets involved. (count retained by controller PCB) count type: type 3 1TR-STC indicates the number of times the primary transfer static eliminator has gone on in terms of the number of sheets involved.
  • Page 374 COPIER>COUNTER>DRBL-1 Subheadin Contents Level DVG-CYL indicates the number of times the developing cylinder has rotated in terms of the number of sheets involved. (count retained by DC controller PCB) count type: type 3 DVG- indicates the number of tines the developing assembly roll has rotated ROLL in terms of the number of sheets involved.
  • Page 375 COPIER>COUNTER>DRBL-1 Subheadin Contents Level C4-FD-RL of the cassette 4 feed roller, indicates the number of sheets that have passed. (count retained by controller PCB) count type: type 3 LD-PU- for the left front deck pickup roller, indicates the number of sheets that have passed.
  • Page 376 COPIER>COUNTER>DRBL-1 Subheadin Contents Level FX-UP- for the fixing upper roller, indicates the number of sheets that have passed. (count retained by DC controller PCB) count type: type 2 FX-LW- for the fix lower roller, indicates the number of sheets that have passed.
  • Page 377 Chapter 5 COPIER>COUNTER>DRBL-1 Subheadin Contents Level OZ-FIL5 for the fixing heat discharge fan, indicates the number of sheets that have passed. (count retained by controller PCB) count type: type 1 TN-FIL2 for the toner filter (FM2), indicates the number of times it has gone on. Estimated life: 250,000 image count type: type 1 TN-FIL5...
  • Page 378 COPIER>COUNTER>DRBL-2 Subheadin Contents Level DF-FD-RL for the DF separation plate, indicates the number of sheets that have been separated. (count retained by controller PCB) for single-sided mode, the count is increased by 1 for each single original; for double-sided mode, the count is increased by 3 (as feeding takes place 3 times for face, back, and idle);...
  • Page 379 COPIER>COUNTER>DRBL-2 Subheadin Contents Level FIN-STPR for the stacker assembly, indicates the number of times the stapler has gone on. (count retained by the DC controller PCB) SADDLE for the saddle path, indicates the number of sheets that have passed. (count retained by DC controller PCB) SDL-STPL for the saddle assembly, indicates the number of times the stapler has gone on.
  • Page 381 Chapter 6 Outline of Components...
  • Page 383 Contents Contents 6.1 Clutch/Solenoid ..............................6-1 6.1.1 Clutches and Solenoids ..........................6-1 6.2 Motor .................................. 6-4 6.2.1 Motors ................................. 6-4 6.3 Fan ..................................6-10 6.3.1 Fans ................................6-10 6.4 Sensor ................................6-14 6.4.1 Sensors............................... 6-14 6.5 Switch ................................6-24 6.5.1 Switches..............................6-24 6.6 Lamps, Heaters, and Others ..........................
  • Page 385: Clutch/solenoid

    Chapter 6 6.1 Clutch/Solenoid 6.1.1 Clutches and Solenoids 0004-9524 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN <Reader Unit> The reader unit does not use clutches or solenoids. <Printer Unit> T-6-1 Name Connector No Fixing/ Notation PART- feeding Parts No. driver DC controller Color developing assembly clutch FK2-0033 CL>1...
  • Page 386 Chapter 6   Name Connector No Fixing/ Notation PART- feeding Parts No. driver DC controller Deck (right) pickup solenoid FK2-0116 SL>6 J1113 Deck (left) pickup solenoid FK2-0116 SL>7 J1113 Cassette 3 pickup solenoid FK2-0116 SL>8 J1114 Cassette 4 pickup solenoid FK2-0116 SL>9 J1114...
  • Page 387 SL10 SL11 SL12 F-6-1...
  • Page 388: Motor

    Chapter 6   6.2 Motor 6.2.1 Motors 0004-9333 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN <Reader Unit> T-6-2 Name Description Notation Parts No. PART-CHK E code Scanner motor drives the No. 1/No. 2 mirror base M501 FK2-0237 E202 T-6-3 Connector No. Notation I/F PCB Reader controller PCB M501...
  • Page 389 T-6-4 Name Description Notation Parts No. PART-CHK E code Polygon motor drives the laser scanner FM2-0394 (laser scanner MTR>1 E110 assembly) drives the photosensitive drum, photosensitive drum Drum/ITB motor cleaner, intermediate transfer unit FK2-0019 MTR>2 E012 supplies color toner; drives the black/color Developing motor developing assembly FK2-0021...
  • Page 390 Name Description Notation Parts No. PART-CHK E code Right deck pull-off motor drives the vertical path 1 roller FL2-0583 MTR>14 Vertical path motor drive the vertical path 3/4 roller FL2-0583 MTR>15 Dives the right deck pickup assembly, vertical path Right deck pickup motor roller 2 FL2-0582 MTR>17...
  • Page 391 Chapter 6 Name Description Notation Parts No. PART-CHK E code Left deck lifter motor drives the left deck lifer FK2-0017 Cassette 3 lifer motor drives the upper cassette lifter FK2-0016 Cassette 4 lifter motor drives the lower cast lifter FK2-0016 T-6-5 Connector No.
  • Page 392 Chapter 6   Connector No. Notation Fixing/feeding Pickup driver PCB DC controller PCB assembly driver PCB J1108 J1108 J1106 J1108 J1308/1302 J1119 J1404/1403 J1116 J1404/1403 J1116 J1404/1403 J1116 J1404/1403 J1116...
  • Page 393 F-6-3...
  • Page 394: Fan

    Chapter 6   6.3 Fan 6.3.1 Fans 0005-0020 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN <Reader Unit> T-6-6 Name Function Nota tion Parts No. PART-CHK E code Reader cooling fan cools the reader assembly FH5-1061 T-6-7 Connector No. Notati Interface PCB Reader controller PCB FM13 J313/J308 J202...
  • Page 395 T-6-8 Name Description Nota PART- tion Parts No. E alarm code primary charging suction fan draws air from outside the machine to the primary charging assembly FK2-0103 FAN-ON>1 E824-000 Primary charging assembly discharges air from around the primary charging exhaust fan assembly FK2-0124 FAN-ON>2...
  • Page 396 Chapter 6   T-6-9 Connector No. DC power Notation Fixing/feeding DC controller Main controller PCB supply relay driver PCB (main) J1117 J1109 J1305 J1119 J1305 J1119 J1110 J1308 J1119 J1108 J1113 J124 FM10 J1110 FM11 J1308 J1119 FM12 J1308 J1119 6-12...
  • Page 397 FM10 FM12 FM11 F-6-5...
  • Page 398: Sensor

    Chapter 6   6.4 Sensor 6.4.1 Sensors 0005-0022 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN <Reader Unit> T-6-10 Name Description Connector No. Notat Interface Reader Parts No. Jam/E code controller PS50 Scanner HP sensor detects scanner home position FK2-0149 J310/J308 J202 PS50 ADF open/closed sensor detects the state (open/closed) of the ADF FK2-0149...
  • Page 399 T-6-11 Name Description Connector No. atio Feed Parts No. Jam/E code driver controlle r PCB ITB HP sensor A detects the ITB home position FK2-0161 P004-10 1:HP J1121 E070 Patch image read sensor checks the density of the toner on the ITB FH7-7601 J1121 Transparency sensor (front)
  • Page 400 Name Description Connector No. atio Feed Parts No. Jam/E code driver controlle r PCB Fixing inlet sensor detects paper at the fixing inlet FK2-0149 P006-6 1:paper present J1124 xx15 (stationary only) Inside delivery sensor detects inside delivery paper FK2-0149 J1307/ J1119 xx0C (except J1303...
  • Page 401 Name Description Connector No. atio Feed Parts No. Jam/E code driver controlle r PCB ITB cleaning HP sensor detects the ITB cleaner home position FK2-0149 P004-8 1:HP J1108 Horizontal registration sensor detects duplexing horizontal registration FH7-7196 J1307/ J1119 E051 J1303 Color toner level sensor detects the remaining level of color toner FK2-0003...
  • Page 402 Name Description Connector No. atio Feed Parts No. Jam/E code driver controlle r PCB Right deck lifter sensor detects the right deck lifter FK2-0149 P005-10 0:pickup J1113 state(paper present) Right deck paper level sensor detects the remaining level of paper in the right deck FK2-0149 P005-11 1:50% or more of J1111...
  • Page 403 Name Description Connector No. atio Feed Parts No. Jam/E code driver controlle r PCB Left deck stationary paper detects stationary paper in the left deck sensor FK2-0149 P007-12 1:paper present J1113 Cassette 3 pickup sensor detects pickup from the cassette 3 FK2-0149 P007-11 1:paper present J1114...
  • Page 404 Chapter 6   Name Description Connector No. atio Feed Parts No. Jam/E code driver controlle r PCB Cassette 4 paper level sensor detects the remaining level of paper in the cassette 4 FK2-0149 P006-11 0:50% or less of J1117 capacity Cassette 4 paper level sensor detects the remaining level of paper in the cassette 4 FK2-0149...
  • Page 405 Chapter 6 PS28 PS29 PS32 PS29 PS14 PS10 PS22 PS12 PS18 PS15 PS19 PS30 PS25 PS41 PS47 PS43 PS40 PS23 PS42 F-6-7 6-21...
  • Page 406 Chapter 6   PS31 PS20 PS26 PS21 PS13 PS64 PS36 PS34 PS33 PS35 PS11 PS60 PS24 PS61 PS51 PS49 PS17 PS62 PS48 PS50 PS57 PS55 PS56 PS54 PS63 F-6-8 6-22...
  • Page 407 PS65 PS37 PS39 PS38 PS46 PS44 PS52 PS45 PS53 PS58 PS59 F-6-9...
  • Page 408: Switch

    Chapter 6   6.5 Switch 6.5.1 Switches 0005-0068 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN <Reader Unit> The reader unit does not have any switch. <Printer Unit> T-6-12 Name Description Notati Connec Parts No. COPIER>FUNCTION E code Main power switch turns on/off the main power FK2-0140 Environment switch turns on/off the drum heater, reader heater, cassette heater,...
  • Page 409 Chapter 6 Name Description Notati Connec Parts No. COPIER>FUNCTION E code SW15 Fixing/feeding lock detects the state (locked/unlocked) of the feeder release switch lever FC5-2496 SW14 SW15 SW13 SW11 SW12 F-6-10 6-25...
  • Page 410: Lamps, Heaters, And Others

    Chapter 6   6.6 Lamps, Heaters, and Others 6.6.1 Heaters, Lamps, and Others 0004-3243 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN LED1 H501 H502 HDD1 ELB1 F-6-11 6-26...
  • Page 411 T-6-13 Name Description Notatio PART- Parts No. E code Fixing main heater main heater (controls the fixing roller temperature) FK2-0043(100V) E000,E001,E004 FK2-0048(120V) FK2-0053(230V) Fixing sub heater sub heater (controls the fixing roller temperature) FK2-0044(100V) E000,E001,E004 FK2-0049(120V) FK2-0054(230V) Shift heater shift heater (keeps the shift roller heated) FK2-0045(100V) E000,E001,E004 FK2-0050(120V)
  • Page 412 Chapter 6   Name Description Notatio PART- Parts No. E code H502 Mirror heater prevents condensation on the mirror FK2-0227(100V) FK2-0229(230V) ELCB1 Leakage breaker leakage breaker FK2-0151(100V) FK2-0152(120V) FK2-0150(230V) HDD1 Hard disk holds programs, images WM2-5208 E602,E606 LED1 Pre-exposure LED removes residual charges from the photosensitive drum FK2-0005 scanning lamp...
  • Page 413 Main Reader Inverter AC driver Notation controller controller controller J602/601 J206...
  • Page 414: Pcbs

    Chapter 6   6.7 PCBs 6.7.1 PCB 0004-9428 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN <Reader Unit> T-6-15 atio Name Parts No. Description Interface PCB FM2-1102 communicates with the printer unit, Reader controller PCB FM2-1101 controls the reader unit CCD/AP PCB FM2-0617 (CCD performs analog image processing unit) Inverter PCB...
  • Page 415 Notat Name Parts No. Description Potential control PCB FM2- converts the potential sensor 0444(potential output sensor unit) Manual feed paper width FH7-7600 detects the width of paper from the manual feeder Laser driver PCB FM2-0394(laser controls the drive of the laser unit scanner) Potential sensor FM2-...
  • Page 416 Chapter 6   Notat Name Parts No. Description [19] Main controller PCB (sub) FM2-0535 connects the image signals from the reader units [20] Ethernet PCB FG3-2865 connects to the network [21] Main controller PCB (main) FG3-2857 processes image data for output to the printer unit [22] WM2-5208...
  • Page 417 [10] [11] [16] [13] [12] [14] [15] [17] [32] [18] [31] [19] [30] [20] [29] [22] [21] [28] [23] [27] [24] [26] [25] F-6-13...
  • Page 419 Chapter 7 System Construction...
  • Page 421 Contents Contents 7.1 Construction ............................... 7-1 7.1.1 Functional Construction ..........................7-1 7.1.2 Arrangement of the Major PCBs......................... 7-2 7.1.3 DC Controller .............................. 7-3 7.2 System Construction............................7-6 7.2.1 System Configuration with Pickup/Delivery Accessories ................7-6 7.2.2 System Configuration with Printing/Transmission Accessories ..............7-6 7.2.3 Functions of Printing/Transmitting Accessories ..................
  • Page 423: Construction

    Chapter 7 7.1 Construction 7.1.1 Functional Construction 0002-9602 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN The machine is broadly divided into the following 3: reader unit, printer unit, and system unit. Of these 3, the printer unit serves as the core of the machine, and consists of the following 5 functional blocks: laser exposure system, image formation system, pickup/feed system, fixing/delivery system, printer control system.
  • Page 424: Arrangement Of The Major Pcbs

    Chapter 7     [6] laser/scanner unit [D]Image Formation System   [7] photosensitive drum   [8] Bk developing assembly   [9] M developing assembly   [10]Y developing assembly   [11]C developing assembly   [12]intermediate transfer belt (ITB) [E] Pickup/Feeding System   [13] pickup control assembly   [14] transfer assembly   [15] lower feeding assembly   [16] left deck   [17] right deck...
  • Page 425: Dc Controller

    Chapter 7 J1802 J116 J121 J250 J115 J119 J122 J252, J251 J1810 J123 J127 J2118 J1105 J1130 J1135 J1203 J1212 J1201, J1301 J1204 1202 J1101 J1102,1134 J1901,1902 J1104 J353 J1111B J1501 [10] J1133 J1601,1603 [11] J1119B J1701 [12] J1402,1403 J1115,1116 [13] J1119 J1302...
  • Page 426 Chapter 7   The following shows the functional construction of the DC controller PCB: IC21 IC29 IC35 IC40 IC41 IC47 BAT1 F-7-3 BAT1 (lithium battery) - serves as the backup battery for RAM. IC21 (PWM IC) - converts image data from ASIC1 into data processed by pulse width modulation. IC29 (ASIC1) - controls the laser driver, high-voltage mechanisms, fixing control mechanisms, and motors.
  • Page 427 Chapter 7 BATI IC35 IC47 (CPU) IC40 (Flash-ROM) IC41 (ASIC2) IC21 (PWM-IC) IC29 (ASIC1) F-7-4 [1] Finisher (accessory) [2] Side paper deck (accessory) [3] Motors [4] Main controller PCB [5] Loads (sensor, clutch, solenoid) [6] Laser drive PCB [7] BD PCB [8] HVT [9] Fixing assembly...
  • Page 428: System Construction

    Chapter 7   7.2 System Construction 7.2.1 System Configuration with Pickup/Delivery Accessories 0002-5061 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN The machine may be configured as follows with pickup/delivery accessories F-7-5 [1] Finisher-R1 [2] Saddle Finisher-R2 [3] Additionary Finisher Tray-A1 [4] Puncher Unit-L1/M1/N1/P1 [5] Shift Tray-C1...
  • Page 429: Functions Of Printing/transmitting Accessories

    Chapter 7 F-7-6 [1] iR Security Kit [2] SEND Expansion Kit D1P/D1U (dongle for extended functions) [3] Image Conversion Board-A2 [4] USB Interface Board-A3, or TokenRing Board (optional for 120V model) [5] UFR Board (standard for N model) [6] Ethernet Board (standard) [7] Super G3 Fax Board-P1 [8] PS Print Sever Unit-D1 [9] Color iR 256 MB Expansion RAM (optional for 100V)
  • Page 430 Chapter 7   T-7-1 SEND Image Super Printer/ Expansi Conversi Interface G3 Fax Scanner on Kit- Board- Board- Kit-C1 DIP/ Board- GDI-UFR yes* printing SEND function Faxing Local yes* printing The following is a brief explanation of the functions expected of the accessories; for details, see the chapters that follow: - UFR Printer/Scanner-C1 adds the GDI-UFR printing function and a scanning function in combination with ScanGear.
  • Page 431: Product Specifications

    Chapter 7 7.3 Product Specifications 7.3.1 Specifications 0002-5126 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN Copyboard fixed Body console Light source type xenon lamp Lens type fixed focus, lens array Photosensitive medium A-Si drum (1 pc.) Image reading method light-receiving element (RGB line CCD) Reproduction method by laser beam, indirect electro-photographic Exposure method...
  • Page 432 Multifeeder pickup separation retard method Drum cleaning method by blade + magenta roller Trasnsfer cleaning by blade method Fixing method by roller + external heating roller Delivery method face-down, face-up Contrast adjustment auto function Toner level detection yes (Bk: piezoelectric; CMY: optical) function Toner type Bk: magnetic, negative toner;...
  • Page 433 Non-image width (left/ 2.5 +1.5/-1.5mm (w/ ADF: 2.5 +2.5/-2.0mm) right) Number of gradations reader unit: 256; engine unit: 256 Reading resolution 600×600dpi Printing resolution 1200 (equivalent) x 600 dpi (North American model only); 9600 (equivalent) x 600 dpi (non-North American models) First print time mono color: 53 sec (A4, plain paper;...
  • Page 434 Continuous 9999 prints max. reproduction Memory main controller: RAM512 MB (768 MB max.) Hard disk 40GB Low-power mode default: 15 min (between 10 and 240 min) Auto power off default: 60 min (between 10 and 240 min) Auto gradation correction Operating environment 15 to 30 deg C (temperature range)
  • Page 435: Function List

    Chapter 7 7.4 Function List 7.4.1 Print Speed 0008-3816 iR 5800C / iR 5800CN T-7-2 Cassette/deck Manual feeder Cassette/deck (single-sided) (singe-sided) (double-sided) Paper type Paper size Color Mono Color Mono Color Mono Plain paper mode (64 to 11"×17"(2 105 g/m2) 79mm×43 2mm) 12"×18"(3...
  • Page 436 Cassette/deck Manual feeder Cassette/deck (single-sided) (singe-sided) (double-sided) Paper type Paper size Color Mono Color Mono Color Mono Heavy paper mode 1 (105 11"×17"(2 to 163 g/m2) 79mm×43 2mm) 12"×18"(3 05mm×45 8mm) 13"×19"(3 30mm×48 2mm) B4, LGL A4R, LTRR, A4, LTR, Heavy paper mode 2 (164 11"×17"(2...
  • Page 437: Print Speed

    Chapter 7 Cassette/deck Manual feeder Cassette/deck (single-sided) (singe-sided) (double-sided) Paper type Paper size Color Mono Color Mono Color Mono Heavy paper mode 3 (210 11"×17"(2 to 253 g/m2) 79mm×43 2mm) 12"×18"(3 05mm×45 8mm) 13"×19"(3 30mm×48 2mm) B4, LGL A4R, LTRR, A4, LTR, Transparency A4, LTR...
  • Page 438 T-7-3 Cassette/deck Manual feeder Cassette/deck (single-sided) (singe-sided) (double-sided) Paper type Paper size Color Mono Color Mono Color Mono Plain paper mode (64 to 11"×17"(2 105 g/m2) 79mm×43 2mm) 12"×18"(3 05mm×45 8mm) 13"×19"(3 30mm×48 2mm) B4, LGL A4R, LTRR, A4, LTR, 15.5 15.5 Heavy paper...
  • Page 439 Cassette/deck Manual feeder Cassette/deck (single-sided) (singe-sided) (double-sided) Paper type Paper size Color Mono Color Mono Color Mono Heavy paper mode 2 (164 11"×17"(2 to 209 g/m2) 79mm×43 2mm) 12"×18"(3 05mm×45 8mm) 13"×19"(3 30mm×48 2mm) B4, LGL A4R, LTRR, A4, LTR, Heavy paper mode 3 (210 11"×17"(2...
  • Page 440: Paper Type

    Chapter 7   Cassette/deck Manual feeder Cassette/deck (single-sided) (singe-sided) (double-sided) Paper type Paper size Color Mono Color Mono Color Mono Postcard 2-pane postcard postcard Tab sheet A4, LTR (Under 163g/m2) 2.8 (164g/ m2 to 203g/m2) (unit: prints/min) 7.4.3 Paper Type 0002-5154 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN T-7-4...
  • Page 441: Accessories

    Chapter 7 Source of paper Paper type Paper size Deck (left/ Manual Cassette right) feeder Heavy paper A3, B4, A4R, mode 3 279mm×432mm( (210 to 250g/2m) 11"×17"), LGL, LTRR 305mm×457mm( 12"×18"), 330mm×482mm( 13"×19") Special trans- A4, LTR paper parency Postcard gvn postcard, 2-pane postcard label...
  • Page 442 14. Color Network Multi-PDL Printer Kit-C1 (non-Japanese model only) 15. Card Reader-C1 16. Card Reader Mounting Kit-C1 17. Delivery Tray-K1 18. Original Holder-K1 19. Stamp Unit-A1 20. Key Switch Unit-A2 21. Security Kit-A1P/A1U 22. 256-MB Expansion RAM-A2 23. USB Interface Board-A3 24.
  • Page 443 Chapter 8 Upgrading...
  • Page 445 Contents Contents 8.1 Outline of the Version Upgrade ......................... 8-1 8.2 Outline of the Service Support Tool........................8-2 8.3 Network Interface of the Machine with the SST in ................... 8-5...
  • Page 447: Outline Of The Version Upgrade

    Chapter 8 8.1 Outline of the Version Upgrade 0005-6159 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN The version upgrade of this machine and the accessories can be done by downloading from a personal computer (PC) in which the service support tool (SST) is installed or by replacing DIMM-ROM. The table below shows a list of firmware and the associated way of upgrading.
  • Page 448: Outline Of The Service Support Tool

    8.2 Outline of the Service Support Tool 0001-1613 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN The service supporrt tool (SST, hereafter) provides the following functions: iR XXXX PC for service work Initializing the HDD HDD setting information Downloading system software System software...
  • Page 449 Main power on keypad, 2+8 on keypad, 1+7 switch ON Safe mode Boot ROM Boot program program SYSTEM program In service mode COPIER > FUNCTION > SYSTEM > DOWNLOAD normal mode program Download mode A Download mode B F-8-2 Use safe mode for the following: -after replacing the HDD.
  • Page 450 T-8-2 Function Download mode Normal mode Safe mode (download mode B) (download mode A) Formatting the HDD BOOTDEV DOSDEV FSTDEV DOSDEV2 FSTPDEV DOSDEV3 PDLDEV DOSDEV4 DOSDEV5 Downloading system -System -System software -Language -Language -RUI -RUI -Boot -Boot -G3FAX -Dcon -Rcon Downloading/ -DconSRAM Uploading back up...
  • Page 451: Network Interface Of The Machine With The Sst In Use

    8.3 Network Interface of the Machine with the SST in 0001-1615 iR C6800C / iR C6800CN / iR 5800C / iR 5800CN The machine communicates with the SST using the Ethernet protocol(TCP/IP). The machine offers 2 sets of network settings: -user enviroment network settings (Additional Function>...
  • Page 452 iR XXXX User network enviroment User enviromsnt network settings Ethernet I/F Service network settings Power OFF Power ON in response to 1+7 or 2+8 on keypad iR XXXX Service PC User enviroment network settings (settings are retained) Ethernet I/F SST in use Service network settings IP address: 172.16.1.160 Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0...
  • Page 453 Copy Send Mail Box Options Auto-Color Select eady to copy Department*S Copy atio Paper Select Finisher Two-sided Text/Photo/Map Special Features Interrupt System Monitor I-Fax Memory X is on F-8-4 Attension when installed option board -Normal Power ON  The Ethernet interface is disabled if a TokenRing board is installed. -Power ON in response to 1+7 or 2+8 The Ethernet interface is enabled if a TokenRing board is installed, and the TokenRing board is disabled. ...
  • Page 454 iR XXXX User network enviroment (TokenRIng) TokenRIng I/F enabled Ethernet I/F disabled Power OFF Power ON in response to 1+7 or 2+8 on keypad iR XXXX Service PC TokenRIng I/F disabled Ethernet I/F enabled SST in use F-8-5...
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