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Staple Finisher-D1 / Booklet Finisher-D1
Service Manual Rev. 01
Product Outline
Technology
Periodic Servicing
Parts Replacing and Cleaning
Adjustment
Troubleshooting
Installation
Appendix
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  • Page 1 Staple Finisher-D1 / Booklet Finisher-D1 Service Manual Rev. 01 Product Outline Technology Periodic Servicing Parts Replacing and Cleaning Adjustment Troubleshooting Installation Appendix...
  • Page 2 This manual is copyrighted with all rights reserved. Under the copyright laws, this manual may changes in the contents of this manual over a long or short period, Canon will issue a new not be copied, reproduced or translated into another language, in whole or in part, without the edition of this manual.
  • Page 3 Explanation of Symbols The following rules apply throughout this Service Manual: The following symbols are used throughout this Service Manual. Each chapter contains sections explaining the purpose of specific functions and the Symbols Explanation Symbols Explanation relationship between electrical and mechanical systems with reference to the timing of operation.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety Precautions Assist Roller Engage Operation -----------------------------------------------2-16 Intermediate Process Tray Assembly ---------------------------------- 2-18 Notes Before Servicing ------------------------------------------------------0-2 Overview ----------------------------------------------------------------------------2-18 Points to Note at Cleaning --------------------------------------------------0-2 Basic Sequence of Operations ------------------------------------------------2-19 Stacking Operation ---------------------------------------------------------------2-20 Product Outline Shift Operation ---------------------------------------------------------------------2-23 Product Specifications -------------------------------------------------------1-2 Stapling Operation ----------------------------------------------------------------2-24 Specifications ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-2 Delivery Operation ----------------------------------------------------------------2-25...
  • Page 5 External/Internal Covers --------------------------------------------------- 4-20 Periodically Replaced Parts (Saddle) ------------------------------------------------- 3-3 Durables ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 3-3 Removing the Rear Cover ------------------------------------------------------4-20 Durables (Finisher) ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-3 Procedure ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-20 Durables (Saddle) -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-3 Removing the Rear Upper Cover (Right) -----------------------------------4-21 Periodical Servicing --------------------------------------------------------------- 3-4 Procedure ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-21 Periodical Servicing (Finisher)----------------------------------------------------------- 3-4 Removing the Rear Upper Cover (Left) -------------------------------------4-21 Periodical Servicing (Saddle) ------------------------------------------------------------ 3-4...
  • Page 6 Preparation ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-32 Removing the Side Registration Shift Motor -------------------------------4-53 Procedure ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-32 Preparation ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-53 Removing the Tray B Unit ------------------------------------------------------4-35 Procedure ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-53 Preparation ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-35 Removing the Shift Motor -------------------------------------------------------4-54 Procedure ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-35 Preparation ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-54 Adjusting Position of Tray A, B ------------------------------------------------4-37 Procedure ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-54 Removing the Tray A/B Lifting Motor -----------------------------------------4-37 Intermediate Process Tray Assembly ---------------------------------- 4-55 Feed Assembly -------------------------------------------------------------- 4-39...
  • Page 7 Procedure ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-68 Procedure ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-90 Removing the Process Tray (Rear) ------------------------------------------4-69 Removing the Saddle Intermediate Static Eliminator --------------------4-91 Preparation ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-69 Preparation ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-91 Procedure ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-69 Procedure ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-91 Removing the Feed Belt --------------------------------------------------------4-70 Removing the Saddle Stapler --------------------------------------------------4-91 Preparation ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-70 Preparation ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-91 Procedure ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-70 Procedure ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-91 Removing the Stack Delivery Motor ------------------------------------------4-72 Removing the Feed Guide Lower Static Eliminator ----------------------4-92...
  • Page 8 Preparation -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-108 Adjusting the Height of Corrugation Roller for Stack Delivery ---------5-22 Procedure ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-108 Preparations --------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-22 Removing the Alignment Roller Unit --------------------------------------- 4-112 Procedure ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-22 Preparation -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-112 Right Angle Adjustment of Alignment Plate---------------------------------5-26 Procedure ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-112 Adjusting Alignment Plate Position -------------------------------------------5-27 Removing the Alignment Roller --------------------------------------------- 4-113 Preparations --------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-27 Preparation -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-113...
  • Page 9 Adjustment in the Case of Failure in Stacking Performance of Tray Saddle Stitch/Fold Placement Adjustment----------------------------------5-85 (upper curl) -------------------------------------------------------------------------5-55 Fold placement adjustment -------------------------------------------------------------5-85 Saddle stitch adjustment -----------------------------------------------------------------5-86 Preparations --------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-55 Adjusting Saddle Stitching Position ------------------------------------------5-89 Procedure ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-55 Adjustment in the Case of Failure in Stacking Performance of Tray (lower Preparations --------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-89 Procedure ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-89 curl) -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-57...
  • Page 10 Adjustment in the Case of Canceling Limit for Tray Stack------------ 5-109 size paper ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-135 Preparations ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 5-109 Preparations ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 5-135 Procedure ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-109 Procedure ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-135 Adjusting Alignment for Saddle Stapling -----------------------------------5-111 Side registration position fine adjustment mode (shift amount change) -- Adjusting Engagement/Disengagement Position of Saddle 5-136 Disengagement Roller --------------------------------------------------------- 5-114...
  • Page 11 Height Adjustment -------------------------------------------------------------------------7-29 Attaching the Labels etc --------------------------------------------------- 7-32 Affixing the Labels ----------------------------------------------------------------7-32 Relocationg the Machine -------------------------------------------------- 7-34 A NOTE on moving the machine ----------------------------------------------7-34 Appendix Service Tools -------------------------------------------------------------------8-2 Solvents and Oils -------------------------------------------------------------8-3 List of Signals ------------------------------------------------------------------8-4 List of Signals (finisher) ---------------------------------------------------------- 8-4 List Of Signals (saddle) ----------------------------------------------------------- 8-6 General Circuit Diagram -----------------------------------------------------8-7...
  • Page 12: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions ■ Notes Before Servicing ■ Points to Note at Cleaning...
  • Page 13: Notes Before Servicing

    Safety Precautions Safety Precautions > Points to Note at Cleaning Notes Before Servicing Caution: At servicing, be sure to turn off the power source according to the specified steps and disconnect the power plug. Caution: Do not turn off the power switch when downloading is under way. Turning off the main power switch while downloading is under way can disable the machine.
  • Page 14: Product Outline

    Product Outline ■ Product Specifications ■ Names of Parts Product Outline...
  • Page 15: Specifications

    Product Outline > Product Specifications > Specifications Product Specifications Item Specifications Stacking for collate Specifications Item Specifications Tray A A4, B5, A5R, LTR, EXE, STMTR, 13 x 19, 12 x 18, SRA3, A3, B4, A4R, B5R, Size: LDR, LGL, LTRR, EXER,Postcard: A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5, B5R,A5R, 13”...
  • Page 16: Staple Position

    Product Outline > Product Specifications > Specifications > Staple Position ■ Staple Position Item Specifications ● finisher When a standard Stamp Cartridge is installed (The number of sheets that can be stapled may decrease depending on the type and thickness of the paper.) A4, B5, A5R, LTR, EXE, STMTR 52 to 80 g...
  • Page 17 Product Outline > Product Specifications > Specifications > Staple Position ● saddle stitcher Paper Size 88.5 208.5 68.5 188.5 Stample position 148.5 11"x17" 79.7 199.7 Folding position 177.8 LTRR 139.7 L1±2.0mm L2±2.0mm Stack front edge F-1-2 Product Outline > Product Specifications > Specifications > Staple Position...
  • Page 18: Names Of Parts

    Product Outline > Names of Parts > External View Names of Parts Tray B Saddle delivery belt Tray A Upper cover Top delivery outlet Inlet transport unit External View Bottom delivery outlet Front cover F-1-3 Product Outline > Names of Parts > External View...
  • Page 19: Cross Section

    Product Outline > Names of Parts > Cross Section Cross Section Feed belt [17] Assist roller 1 [10] [11] [12] [13] Sheaf eject roller [18] Inlet delivery roller Swing guide [19] Saddle inlet delivery roller [14] Paddle [20] Stapler Tray B [21] Stitcher [15] Process feed roller...
  • Page 20: Technology

    Technology ■ Basic Construction ■ Electrical Control Unit ■ Stacking Unit ■ Feeding Unit ■ Intermediate Process Tray Assembly ■ Saddle Stitcher Unit ■ Detecting Jams Technology...
  • Page 21 Technology > Basic Construction > Overview Basic Construction Overview The machine consists of the following 5 blocks: electrical control block, stacking block, transport block, intermediary tray, and saddle stitcher block. Electrical control block Transport Stacking block block To host machine Intermediary tray block Saddle stitcher block...
  • Page 22: Overview

    Technology > Electrical Control Unit > Finisher Controller PCB Electrical Control Unit Finisher Controller PCB The finisher controller PCB drives the various loads (motors, solenoids) of the machine in Overview response to the commands from the host machine (copier), and indicates the states of the sensors and switches to the host machine.
  • Page 23: Saddle Stitcher Controller Pcb

    Technology > Electrical Control Unit > Saddle Stitcher Controller PCB Saddle Stitcher Controller PCB The saddle stitcher controller PCB drives the machine's various loads (motors, solenoids) in response to the commands from the finisher controller, and indicates the states of sensors and switches to the host machine.
  • Page 24: Stacking Unit

    Technology > Stacking Unit > Overview Stacking Unit Overview The stacking block moves up and down the 2 delivery trays according to the instructions from the finisher controller PCB. Tray B paper detection signal Tray A lift motor drive single Finisher controller PCB Tray B paper surface detection light- Tray A lift motor rotation detection...
  • Page 25: Tray Ascent/descent Control

    Technology > Stacking Unit > Tray Ascent/Descent Control Tray Ascent/Descent Control Finisher controller PCB The tray A/B is moved up or down by controlling 2 motors (M22, M23) in response to the instructions from the finisher controller. The machine uses 2 sensors (PS34, PS35) to check for faults in these motors. The sensor monitors the rotation of the motors;...
  • Page 26: Auxiliary Tray Lift Control

    Technology > Stacking Unit > Auxiliary Tray Lift Control Auxiliary Tray Lift Control In response to an increase in the number of folded sheets in the tray, the auxiliary tray is moved up to prevent a delivery jam associated with the tray B (memo) by making sure that the lead and trail edges of the stacks deposited in the tray will be even.
  • Page 27: Tray Paper Surface Detection

    Technology > Stacking Unit > Tray Paper Surface Detection Tray Paper Surface Detection UN15 The machine is equipped with a mechanism to detect the position of the top of the stack deposited in its 2 trays. The trays are each fitted with a sensor PCB that consists of a light-emitting segment (UN15, UN17) and a light-receiving segment (UN16, UN18).
  • Page 28: Feeding Unit

    Technology > Feeding Unit > Overview Feeding Unit Process feed motor driver signal Buffer front transport motor drive signal Saddle path switch solenoid drive [10] Assist Motor Disengagement Solenoid Overview signal 1 drive signal Delivery motor drive signal [11] Horizontal registration motor drive The machine's transport block serves to move paper to the stacking block or the saddle signal stitcher block according to the instructions from the finisher controller PCB.
  • Page 29 Technology > Feeding Unit > Overview 2-10 Finisher controller PCB From inserter To tray A UN13 UN14 UN22 To tray B From host machine To saddle stitcher unit F-2-10 Lower delivery sensor signal Buffer path 1 sensor signal Lower path sensor signal Shift unit trailing edge sensor detection signal Upper delivery sensor signal...
  • Page 30: Basic Sequence Of Operations

    Technology > Feeding Unit > Basic Sequence of Operations 2-11 Basic Sequence of Operations The particulars of individual operations are as follows: The transport block uses a sequence of operations that consists of the following 5: From inserter 1. Horizontal Registration Detection [1] Detects the position of the paper. 2. Horizontal Registration Correction [2] To stacking block Corrects the position of the paper with reference to the result of horizontal registration...
  • Page 31: Horizontal Registration Detection

    Technology > Feeding Unit > Horizontal Registration Detection 2-12 Horizontal Registration Detection 2) The finisher controller PCB causes M6 to rotate clockwise so that UN12 moves to horizontal registration detection position (11 mm toward the inside from standby position), 1) About 150 msec after the lead edge of paper has moved past the inlet sensor (PS3), the during which UN12 detects the edge of paper to be moved.
  • Page 32: Side Registration Correction Operation Shift Operation

    Technology > Feeding Unit > Side Registration Correction Operation Shift Operation 2-13 Side Registration Correction Operation Shift Operation Finisher controller PCB 1) After the finisher controller board has detected the trailing edge of the paper at the inlet sensor (PS3), the paper is fed on for 210mm and then the inlet roller disengage motor (M27) drives and disengages the disengage roller friction roller.
  • Page 33 Technology > Feeding Unit > Side Registration Correction Operation Shift Operation 2-14 4) Upon job offset selection, the shift roller unit is moved either forwards or in reverse, the same as for side registration shift. (Ref.) This causes the stacking position for each sheaf to change when the paper is output to the delivery tray.
  • Page 34: Buffer Operation

    Technology > Feeding Unit > Buffer Operation 2-15 Buffer Operation The buffer operation takes place as follows when 3 sheets of paper are moved: The finisher controller PCB keeps a sheet of paper in the paper path and forwards it together with the subsequent sheet of paper using the buffer motor (M4) and the buffer path switching UN13 UN13...
  • Page 35: Switching Over The Paper Path

    Technology > Feeding Unit > Assist Roller Engage Operation 2-16 Switching Over the Paper Path Assist Roller Engage Operation 1) The finisher controller PCB turns off or on the2 flappers (upper delivery flapper, lower When feeding paper whose feed length is 148 mm or smaller (A4R_Half Fold, LTRR_Half delivery flapper) to switch over the destination of paper.
  • Page 36 Technology > Feeding Unit > Assist Roller Engage Operation 2-17 2-17 Technology > Feeding Unit > Assist Roller Engage Operation...
  • Page 37: Intermediate Process Tray Assembly

    Technology > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Overview 2-18 Intermediate Process Tray Assembly Front alignment motor drive signal/ Paper trail edge retaining motor drive rear alignment motor signal signal Overview Stack delivery auxiliary motor drive Operation feed motor drive signal signal [10] Transport belt motor drive signal The intermediary tray block serves to shift or staple a stack of sheets in response to the...
  • Page 38: Basic Sequence Of Operations

    Technology > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Basic Sequence of Operations 2-19 Basic Sequence of Operations Finisher controller PCB The intermediary tray block uses the following 4 sequences of operations: 1. Stacking Operation [1] Deposits sheets coming front the transport block in the intermediary tray. 2. Aligning Operation [2] Switches over the point of depositing stacks between the front and the rear of the tray.
  • Page 39: Stacking Operation

    Technology > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Stacking Operation 2-20 Stacking Operation 2) The transport belt feeds the paper to the stack delivery roller and the stack delivery roller discharges the paper to the outside of the machine. At the same time, the machine's stack 1) When the sheet coming from the transport block reaches the front of the lower path sensor delivery auxiliary mechanism causes the stack delivery tray to move outside the machine to PCB (UN22) (after the specified time elapses from the leading edge of paper is detected by...
  • Page 40 Technology > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Stacking Operation 2-21 3) Stack delivery roller rotates in the direction of the arrow and the paper is pushed to the CAUTION: Stack Delivery Auxiliary Function operation stopper. At this time, belt change lever shifts in the direction of the arrow to avoid the contact with the paper.
  • Page 41 Technology > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Stacking Operation 2-22 At the second stack operation or later (some paper is already loaded on the operation 4) When the trailing edge of the paper reaches the operation stopper, the stack delivery tray), the swing guide is already lifted and the paddle and feed belt pushes the paper to the roller(*1) and the paddle(*2) stop rotating and the swing guide(*1) is lifted.
  • Page 42: Shift Operation

    Technology > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Shift Operation 2-23 Shift Operation CAUTION: Shift Function 1) When the stack operation is complete, the alignment plate operates as a shift function. This The machine's alignment mechanism operates either of its 2 aligning plates to switch moves the paper stack to the front or rear.
  • Page 43: Stapling Operation

    Technology > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Stapling Operation 2-24 Stapling Operation CAUTION: 1) At the end of alignment operation, the machine moves down the swing guide and performs The machine's stapling sequence consists of the following operations: driving a staple, stapling.
  • Page 44: Delivery Operation

    Technology > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Delivery Operation 2-25 Delivery Operation 2) As needed, the staple unit is moved to empty itself of the waste staples in the waste staple case. 1) The machine starts delivery of the stack at the end of alignment or stapling by rotating the CAUTION: delivery roller in the direction of the arrow.(At non-staple mode delivery, the control of stack delivery roller angle switching is performed.)
  • Page 45 Technology > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Delivery Operation 2-26 Stack delivery roller angle control When the delivery angle adjustment motor (M28) starts driving, the cam on the shaft rotates To enhance the productivity, the paper is delivered to the delivery tray without passing the and the swing guide is pushed, and then the stack delivery upper roller moves to the process tray in case of lower delivery in non-staple mode.
  • Page 46: Neat Alignment Operation

    Technology > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Neat Alignment Operation > Upper Return Roller Operation 2-27 Neat Alignment Operation ■ Upper Return Roller Operation This is a mechanism that aligns the feed direction of paper on the Tray A. This is an alignment mechanism that aligns the front and rear edges as well as the feed The Return Roller is lifted and lowered by the drive of the Upper Neat Return Roller Lifting direction of paper by using the Alignment Plate and the Return Roller when ejecting paper to Motor.
  • Page 47: Lower Neat Alignment Plate Operation

    Technology > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Neat Alignment Operation > Lower Return Roller Operation 2-28 ■ Lower Neat Alignment Plate Operation ■ Lower Return Roller Operation This is a mechanism that aligns the front and rear edges of paper on the Tray B. This is a mechanism that aligns the feed direction of paper on the Tray B.
  • Page 48: Saddle Stitcher Unit

    Technology > Saddle Stitcher Unit > Overview 2-29 Saddle Stitcher Unit Overview The saddle stitcher block serves to staple a stack of sheets according to the instructions from the saddle stitcher controller PCB, and moves the stack to the saddle delivery belt. The paper path is fitted with 8 sensors to check for a jam.
  • Page 49: Basic Sequence Of Operations

    Technology > Saddle Stitcher Unit > Basic Sequence of Operations 2-30 Basic Sequence of Operations Saddle Stitcher Controller PCB The saddle stitcher block uses the following sequence of operations: 1. Transport [1] Moves the paper from the transport block to the vertical path assembly. 2. Alignment [2] Aligns the edges of sheets of paper coming to the transport block.
  • Page 50: Paper Feed Operation

    Technology > Saddle Stitcher Unit > Paper Feed Operation 2-31 Paper Feed Operation 2) The paper is transported to the stitcher unit by the saddle feed roller. 3) Once the saddle inlet sensor (PS101) detects the paper, the saddle alignment roller rotates 1) The saddle leading edge stopper and saddle trailing edge stay move into position based and drives the saddle pull roller disengage motor and the saddle alignment roller disengage on the paper size.
  • Page 51 Technology > Saddle Stitcher Unit > Paper Feed Operation 2-32 Roller guide clearance control Clearance [A] between the roller guide and the saddle process tray changes in accordance In case of thin paper (under 62 g/m ) if the clearance between the roller guide and the saddle with the position of shutter shift block (hereinafter called as shift block).
  • Page 52: Alignment Operation

    Technology > Saddle Stitcher Unit > Alignment Operation 2-33 Alignment Operation 2) The machine engages the alignment roller again and the paper is pushed to the leading edge stopper, and then the knocking plate taps the trailing edge of paper. 1) The machine opens the trailing edge retainer and disengages the alignment roller and lead- in roller.
  • Page 53: Staple Operation

    Technology > Saddle Stitcher Unit > Staple Operation 2-34 Staple Operation 3) The machine disengages the alignment roller and the trailing edge retainer holds the trailing edge of paper. 1) There is one sticker unit at the front and the rear of the machine respectively. When the alignment operation is complete and the trailing edge retainer is released, the stitcher unit starts the stitching operation on the paper.
  • Page 54: Paper Folding/delivery Operations

    Technology > Saddle Stitcher Unit > Paper Folding/Delivery Operations 2-35 Paper Folding/Delivery Operations 2) With the sheaf [2] held in place by the gripper [1] the paper positioning plate [3] lowers, moving the sheaf in the direction of the arrow. Thus, the stitching position [4] and the 1) The saddle roller guide [1] is lowered and then the leading edge gripper solenoid (Sl105) folding position [5] are aligned.
  • Page 55 Technology > Saddle Stitcher Unit > Paper Folding/Delivery Operations 2-36 3) After the paper folding roller begins to rotate in the direction of the arrow, the paper guide 4) The sheaf transport roller and pre-press roller begin to rotate forwards, transporting the plate moves in the direction of the arrow.
  • Page 56 Technology > Saddle Stitcher Unit > Paper Folding/Delivery Operations 2-37 5) When the sheaf reaches the press unit, the sheaf transport roller and pre-press roller stop 6) After the press unit has moved in the direction of the arrow, the pre-press roller begins to rotating.
  • Page 57: Detecting Jams

    Technology > Detecting Jams > Jam inspection in Finisher 2-38 Detecting Jams Whether jam is occurred or not, determined by whether there is paper or not in the sensor area by the time of timing check that memorized in advance by Finisher Controller PCB. When Finisher Controller PCB detected jam, it will break feeding/delivery movement through Jam inspection in Finisher Stitcher Controller PCB.
  • Page 58 Technology > Detecting Jams > Jam inspection in Finisher 2-39 Jam type Sensor Jam description Code Lower Path Sensor Delay UN22 Lower Path Sensor (UN22) doesn't detect the 100C paper within the specified time (distance) after Buffer Path Sensor (UN14) detects the paper and do the feeding.
  • Page 59: Stitcher Area Jam Detection

    Technology > Detecting Jams > Stitcher area jam detection 2-40 Stitcher area jam detection Whether jam is occurred or not, determined by whether there is paper or not in the sensor area by the time of timing check that memorized in advance by Finisher To detect whether there is paper or not, or whether the paper can properly be fed or not, the Controller PCB.
  • Page 60: Periodic Servicing

    Periodic Servicing ■ User Maintenance ■ Maintenance and Inspection Periodic Servicing...
  • Page 61: User Maintenance Items (finisher)

    Periodic Servicing > User Maintenance > User Maintenance > User Maintenance Item (saddle) User Maintenance User Maintenance ■ User Maintenance Items (finisher) Item Timing staple cartridge (replacement) when prompted (in host machine control panel) waste staple (disposal) when prompted (in host machine control panel) T-3-1 ■...
  • Page 62: Maintenance And Inspection

    Periodic Servicing > Maintenance and Inspection > Durables > Durables (Saddle) Maintenance and Inspection Durables ■ Durables (Finisher) Periodically Replaced Parts Some parts of the machine may require replacement once or more over the period of product ■ Periodically Replaced Parts (Finisher) warranty because of deterioration or damage.
  • Page 63: Periodical Servicing

    Periodic Servicing > Maintenance and Inspection > Periodical Servicing > Periodical Servicing (Saddle) Periodical Servicing ■ Periodical Servicing (Finisher) Parts name Description Remarks Sensors Cleaning Minimum maintenance interval of the host machine T-3-5 ■ Periodical Servicing (Saddle) Parts name Description Remarks Sensors Cleaning...
  • Page 64: Parts Replacing And Cleaning

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning ■ List of Parts ■ Removing from the connection equipment ■ External/Internal Covers ■ Electric Control Assembly ■ Stacking Assembly ■ Feed Assembly ■ Intermediate Process Tray Assembly ■ Saddle Stitcher Assembly Parts Replacing and Cleaning...
  • Page 65: List Of External/internal Covers

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of External/Internal Covers List of Parts List of External/Internal Covers ● Model with Saddle Unit ● Plain model [10] F-4-2 F-4-1 Name Remarks Reference Name Remarks Reference Front Cover Front Cover Rear Upper Cover (Right) (Refer to page 4-21) Rear Upper Cover (Right)
  • Page 66: List Of Main Unit

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of Main Unit > Stacking Assembly List of Main Unit ■ Stacking Assembly ● Plain model ● Model with Saddle Unit F-4-3 F-4-4 Name Remarks Reference Adjustment during Name Remarks Reference Adjustment during parts replacement...
  • Page 67: Feed Assembly

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of Main Unit > Feed Assembly ■ Feed Assembly F-4-5 Name Remarks Reference Upper Feed Unit (Refer to page 4-40) Side Registration Sensor Unit (Refer to page 4-47) Side Registration Shift Unit (Refer to page 4-49) Puncher Unit (Refer to page 4-46)
  • Page 68: Intermediate Process Tray Assembly

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of Main Unit > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly ■ Intermediate Process Tray Assembly Name Remarks Reference Adjustment during parts replacement Neat Stack Unit (Upper) (Refer to page 4-57) (Refer to page 5-17) Neat Stack Unit (Lower) (Refer to page 4-59) (Refer to page 5-19)
  • Page 69: Saddle Stitcher Assembly

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of Main Unit > Saddle Stitcher Assembly ■ Saddle Stitcher Assembly Name Remarks Reference Adjustment during parts replacement Saddle Unit (Refer to page 4-101) Saddle Stapler (Refer to page 4-91) (Refer to page 5-63) Thrust Unit (Refer to page 4-95)
  • Page 70: List Of Consumable Parts Locations

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of consumable parts locations > Saddle Stitcher Assembly List of consumable parts locations ■ Finisher Assembly ■ Saddle Stitcher Assembly F-4-8 F-4-9 Name Q'ty Reference Adjustment during Name Q'ty Reference Adjustment during parts replacement parts replacement...
  • Page 71: Sensors

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > List of Parts > Sensors > Saddle Unit Sensors ■ Saddle Unit Notation Name PS101 Saddle inlet sensor PS103 Saddle vertical path sensor PS105 Saddle lead edge stopper HP sensor PS106 Saddle alignment plate HP sensor PS107 Saddle roller guide HP sensor PS108...
  • Page 72: Finisher Unit

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > List of Parts > Sensors > Finisher Unit ■ Finisher Unit Notation Name PS12 Rear alignment HP sensor PS13 Processing tray HP sensor PS203 PS14 Stack delivery auxiliary tray HP sensor PS204 PS15 Paper edge area sensor 1 PS16 Paper edge area sensor 2 PS32...
  • Page 73: Motors

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > List of Parts > Motors > Saddle Unit 4-10 Motors ■ Saddle Unit Notation Name M101 Saddle feed motor M102 Saddle alignment guide motor M103 Saddle lead edge stopper motor M104 Saddle roller guide motor M105 Saddle paper push-on plate motor M106...
  • Page 74: Finisher Unit

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > List of Parts > Motors > Finisher Unit 4-11 ■ Finisher Unit Notation Name Inlet feed motor M204 Shift feed motor Buffer front feed motor M203 Buffer motor M209 Delivery motor M202 Horizontal registration detection unit move motor Horizontal registration shift motor Feed roller disengage motor Front alignment motor...
  • Page 75: Solenoids

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > List of Parts > Solenoids > Saddle Unit 4-12 Solenoids ■ Saddle Unit Notation Name SL103 Alignment roller disengage solenoid (upper) SL104 Alignment roller disengage solenoid (lower) SL105 Lead edge gripper solenoid T-4-14 SL103 SL105 SL104 F-4-14 4-12...
  • Page 76: Finisher Unit

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > List of Parts > Solenoids > Finisher Unit 4-13 ■ Finisher Unit Notation Name Buffer path switch solenoid Upper path switch solenoid Saddle path switch solenoid SL10 Assist Roller Disengagement Solenoid 1 SL11 SL11 Assist Roller Disengagement Solenoid 2 T-4-15 SL10 F-4-15...
  • Page 77: Pcbs

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > List of Parts > PCBs > Saddle Unit 4-14 PCBs ■ Saddle Unit Notation Name UN101 Saddle sticher controller PCB UN125 Saddle sticher jam LED PCB T-4-16 UN101 UN125 F-4-16 4-14 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > List of Parts > PCBs > Saddle Unit...
  • Page 78: Finisher Unit

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > List of Parts > PCBs > Finisher Unit 4-15 ■ Finisher Unit Notation Name DC power PCB (24V) DC power PCB (38V) Finisher controller PCB UN10 Feed motor driver PCB Staple driver PCB Relay PCB ARCNET transceiver PCB Optional switch PCB UN11...
  • Page 79: Switchs

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > List of Parts > Switchs 4-16 Switchs Notation Name MSW1 Front door switch MSW7 Swing guide safety switch Main switch Circuit breaker T-4-18 MSW7 MSW1 F-4-18 4-16 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > List of Parts > Switchs...
  • Page 80: Fans

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > List of Parts > Fans 4-17 Fans Notation Name Power cooling fan 1 Feeder cooling fan 1 Feeder cooling fan 2 Power cooling 2 Upper Delivery Fan Lower Delivery Fan T-4-19 F-4-19 4-17 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > List of Parts > Fans...
  • Page 81: Removing From The Connection Equipment

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Removing from the connection equipment > Removing from the Host Machine > Procedure 4-18 Removing from the connection equipment 2) Free the ARCNET Cable [1] from the Wire Saddle [2]. 3) Turn the tab [3] in the direction of the arrow and disconnect the ARCNET Cable [1] from the terminal [4].
  • Page 82 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Removing from the connection equipment > Removing from the Host Machine > Procedure 4-19 5) Bring down the hinge [1] of the Latch Base (Rear). • 1 Screw [2] F-4-23 6) While lifting the Latch Base (Front) [1], remove the finisher [2] from the host machine [3]. •...
  • Page 83: External/internal Covers

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > External/Internal Covers > Removing the Rear Cover > Procedure 4-20 External/Internal Covers Removing the Rear Cover ■ Procedure 1) Remove the Rear Cover [1]. • 2 Screws [2] (to loosen) CAUTION: • 6 Screws [3] (to remove) When installing the Rear Cover, be sure to check that the edge [1] of the cover is in contact with the gasket [2].
  • Page 84: Removing The Rear Upper Cover (right)

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > External/Internal Covers > Removing the Rear Upper Cover (Left) > Procedure 4-21 Removing the Rear Upper Cover (Right) Removing the Rear Upper Cover (Left) ■ Procedure ■ Preparation 1) Remove the Rear Upper Cover (Right) [1]. 1) Remove the Rear Upper Cover (Right).(Refer to page 4-21) •...
  • Page 85: Removing The Inner Cover (upper)

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > External/Internal Covers > Removing the Inner Cover (Upper) > Procedure 4-22 Removing the Inner Cover (Upper) ■ Preparation 2) Open the Upper Cover [1], and remove the Inner Cover (Upper) [2]. 1) Open the Front Cover. •...
  • Page 86: Removing The Inner Cover (lower)

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > External/Internal Covers > Removing the Inner Cover (Lower) > Procedure 4-23 Removing the Inner Cover (Lower) ■ Preparation 1) Open the Front Cover. ■ Procedure 1) Remove the Inner Cover (Lower) [1]. • 2 Screws [2] F-4-32 4-23 Parts Replacing and Cleaning >...
  • Page 87: Electric Control Assembly

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Electric Control Assembly > Removing the Neat Stack Driver PCB > Procedure 4-24 Electric Control Assembly Removing the Neat Stack Driver PCB ■ Preparation Removing the Finisher Controller PCB 1) Remove the Rear Upper Cover (Right).(Refer to page 4-21) ■...
  • Page 88: Removing The Feed Motor Driver Pcb

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Electric Control Assembly > Removing the Saddle Stitcher Controller PCB > Procedure 4-25 Removing the Feed Motor Driver PCB Removing the Saddle Stitcher Controller PCB ■ Preparation ■ Preparation 1) Remove the Rear Upper Cover (Right).(Refer to page 4-21) 1) Open the Front Cover.
  • Page 89 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Electric Control Assembly > Removing the Saddle Stitcher Controller PCB > Procedure 4-26 2) Remove the Saddle Stitcher Controller PCB [1]. • 11 Connectors [2] • 4 Screws [3] F-4-37 4-26 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Electric Control Assembly > Removing the Saddle Stitcher Controller PCB > Procedure...
  • Page 90: Stacking Assembly

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Stacking Assembly > Removing the Stack Wall (Upper) > Procedure 4-27 Stacking Assembly Removing the Stack Wall (Upper) ■ Procedure Points to Note on handling the Stack Wall Rail CAUTION: CAUTION: Be sure to avoid scars and dents on the Stack Rail [1]. Having scars or dents on the Be sure to avoid scars and dents on the Stack Rail [1].
  • Page 91 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Stacking Assembly > Removing the Stack Wall (Upper) > Procedure 4-28 1) Lift the Tray A [1] to the upper limit position. 4) While supporting the Tray A [1], insert a screwdriver into the hole [A] to release the block [2] 2) While supporting the Tray B [2], insert a screwdriver into the hole [A] to release the block [3] in the direction of [B], and lower the Tray A [1] to the lower limit position.
  • Page 92: Removing The Stack Wall (lower)

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Stacking Assembly > Removing the Stack Wall (Lower) > Procedure 4-29 Removing the Stack Wall (Lower) 1) Remove the Tray B Upper Limit Stopper [1]. • 1 Screw [2] ■ Preparation 1) Open the Front Cover. ■...
  • Page 93 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Stacking Assembly > Removing the Stack Wall (Lower) > Procedure 4-30 CAUTION: NOTE: Because of the different procedures depending on whether the Saddle Unit is attached, The [A] part of the Neat Stack Unit (Lower) Cover [1] controls the ascent of the Tray B be sure to follow the steps for the appropriate model.
  • Page 94: Points To Note On Tray A/b Cable

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Stacking Assembly > Position of Tray B at power-on 4-31 Points to Note on Tray A/B Cable Position of Tray B at power-on CAUTION: CAUTION: When installing the Tray A/B Unit, be careful not to get the cables of the Tray A Unit and The Tray B [1] must be below the Tray B Paper Sensor [2] at power-on.
  • Page 95: Removing The Tray A Unit

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Stacking Assembly > Removing the Tray A Unit > Procedure 4-32 Removing the Tray A Unit 2) Remove the Tray A Upper Limit Stopper [1]. • 1 Screw [2] ■ Preparation 1) Remove the Stack Wall (Upper).(Refer to page 4-27) 2) Remove the Neat Stack Unit (Upper).(Refer to page 4-57) 3) Remove the Rear Upper Cover (Right).(Refer to page 4-21) 4) Remove the Rear Upper Cover (Left).(Refer to page 4-21)
  • Page 96 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Stacking Assembly > Removing the Tray A Unit > Procedure 4-33 4) Remove the Neat Stack Relay PCB Support Plate [1]. 6) Remove the Tray A Cover [1]. • 4 Screws [2] • 4 Screws [2] F-4-55 F-4-57 5) Pull out the Grounding Wire [1] and the harness [2] from the hole [A].
  • Page 97 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Stacking Assembly > Removing the Tray A Unit > Procedure 4-34 7) Remove the Tray A Unit [1]. CAUTION: CAUTION: When installing the Tray A/B Unit, be careful not to get the cables of the Tray A Unit and Tray B Unit tangled.
  • Page 98: Removing The Tray B Unit

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Stacking Assembly > Removing the Tray B Unit > Procedure 4-35 Removing the Tray B Unit 1) Pull out the Grounding Wire [1] and the harness [2] from the hole [A]. • 3 Screws [3] ■...
  • Page 99 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Stacking Assembly > Removing the Tray B Unit > Procedure 4-36 3) Remove the Tray B Unit [1]. CAUTION: CAUTION: When installing the Tray A/B Unit, be careful not to get the cables of the Tray A Unit and Tray B Unit tangled.
  • Page 100: Adjusting Position Of Tray A

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Stacking Assembly > Removing the Tray A/B Lifting Motor 4-37 Adjusting Position of Tray A, B Removing the Tray A/B Lifting Motor This adjustment is executed to keep the parallelism of the Tray A or B when replacing or NOTE: installing/removing the tray.
  • Page 101 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Stacking Assembly > Removing the Tray A/B Lifting Motor 4-38 2) While supporting the tray from below, release the block [1] in the direction of the arrow, and 4) Disconnect the connector [1], and free the harness [4] from the Edge Saddle [2] and the lower the tray until it hits the bottom.
  • Page 102: Feed Assembly

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Feed Assembly > Removing the Delivery Static Eliminator > Procedure 4-39 Feed Assembly 3) Remove the Delivery Static Eliminator [1]. • 1 Screw [2] (to loosen) • 3 Screws [3] (to remove) Removing the Delivery Static Eliminator ■...
  • Page 103: Removing The Upper Feed Unit

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Feed Assembly > Removing the Upper Feed Unit > Procedure 4-40 Removing the Upper Feed Unit 2) Disconnect the 2 Grounding Wires [1]. • 2 Screws [2] ■ Preparation 3) Free the harness [3]. • 2 Connectors [4] 1) Remove the Stack Wall (Upper).(Refer to page 4-27) •...
  • Page 104 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Feed Assembly > Removing the Upper Feed Unit > Procedure 4-41 5) While opening the Upper Feed Unit [1], remove the Damper Shaft [2]. 7) Slide the 2 Hinge Pins [1], and remove the Upper Feed Unit [2]. •...
  • Page 105: Removing The Inlet Feed Motor

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Feed Assembly > Removing the Inlet Feed Motor > Procedure 4-42 Removing the Inlet Feed Motor 2) Remove the Inlet Feed Motor Unit [1]. • 1 Connector [2] ■ Preparation • 2 Screws [3] 1) Remove the Rear Cover.(Refer to page 4-20) ■...
  • Page 106: Removing The Paper Trailing Edge Drop Motor

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Feed Assembly > Removing the Buffer Front Feed Motor > Procedure 4-43 Removing the Paper Trailing Edge Drop Motor Removing the Buffer Front Feed Motor ■ Preparation ■ Preparation 1) Remove the Rear Cover.(Refer to page 4-20) 1) Remove the Rear Upper Cover (Right).(Refer to page 4-21) ■...
  • Page 107: Removing The Buffer Motor

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Feed Assembly > Removing the Buffer Motor > Procedure 4-44 Removing the Buffer Motor 2) Remove the Buffer Front Feed Motor [1]. • 2 Screws [2] ■ Preparation 1) Remove the Rear Upper Cover (Right).(Refer to page 4-21) 2) Remove the Rear Upper Cover (Left).(Refer to page 4-21) 3) Remove the Rear Cover.(Refer to page 4-20) ■...
  • Page 108 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Feed Assembly > Removing the Buffer Motor > Procedure 4-45 2) Disconnect the 8 connectors [1]. 4) Remove the Buffer Motor Unit [1]. • 1 Reuse Band [2] • 1 Connector [2] • 2 Screws [3] F-4-90 3) Remove the Harness Guide [1].
  • Page 109: Removing The Puncher Unit

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Feed Assembly > Removing the Puncher Unit > Procedure 4-46 Removing the Puncher Unit 2) Disconnect the 2 connectors [2] connected to the Finisher Controller [1]. ■ Preparation 1) Open the Front Cover. 2) Separate the finisher from the host machine.(Refer to page 4-18) 3) Remove the Rear Cover.(Refer to page 4-20) 4) Remove the Inner Cover (Upper).(Refer to page 4-22) ■...
  • Page 110: Removing The Side Registration Sensor Unit

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Feed Assembly > Removing the Side Registration Sensor Unit > Procedure 4-47 Removing the Side Registration Sensor Unit 4) Fit the Guide Plate [1] of the finisher to the groove [A] of the Puncher Unit to remove the Puncher Unit [2].
  • Page 111: Removing The Side Registration Sensor Pcb

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Feed Assembly > Removing the Side Registration Sensor PCB > Procedure 4-48 Removing the Side Registration Sensor PCB 3) Remove the Shift Shaft [1]. • 1 Screw [2] ■ Preparation 4) Remove the screw [4] from the Shift Shaft [3]. 1) Open the Front Cover.
  • Page 112: Removing The Side Registration Shift Unit

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Feed Assembly > Removing the Side Registration Shift Unit > Procedure 4-49 Removing the Side Registration Shift Unit 7) Move the Shift Shaft [1] to remove the Side Registration Sensor PCB [2]. • 2 Screws [3] ■...
  • Page 113 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Feed Assembly > Removing the Side Registration Shift Unit > Procedure 4-50 2) Remove the Latch Base Cover (Upper Right) [1]. 4) Remove the Rear Cover Support Base [1]. • 1 Screw [2] • 3 Screws [2] •...
  • Page 114 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Feed Assembly > Removing the Side Registration Shift Unit > Procedure 4-51 6) Remove the Detection Drive Assembly [1]. 8) Disconnect the 7 connectors [1]. • 2 Connectors [2] • 1 Reuse Band [2] • 4 Screws [3] F-4-110 9) Remove the Harness Guide [1].
  • Page 115 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Feed Assembly > Removing the Side Registration Shift Unit > Procedure 4-52 Remove the Side Registration Shift Unit [1]. CAUTION: • 2 Screws [2] When connecting the connector [1] (Relay Connector) that was removed in step 8, be sure to put it through the hole [A] of the Harness Guide [2].
  • Page 116: Removing The Side Registration Shift Motor

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Feed Assembly > Removing the Side Registration Shift Motor > Procedure 4-53 Removing the Side Registration Shift Motor 2) Remove the Shift Motor Unit [1]. • 1 Screw [2] ■ Preparation • Flat Cable Retainer Plate [3] •...
  • Page 117: Removing The Shift Motor

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Feed Assembly > Removing the Shift Motor > Procedure 4-54 Removing the Shift Motor 3) Remove the belt [1], and remove the Side Registration Shift Motor [2]. • 2 Screws [3] ■ Preparation 1) Open the Front Cover. 2) Separate the finisher from the host machine.(Refer to page 4-18) 3) Remove the Rear Upper Cover (Right).(Refer to page 4-21) 4) Remove the Rear Upper Cover (Left).(Refer to page 4-21)
  • Page 118: Intermediate Process Tray Assembly

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Neat Paddle (Upper) > Procedure 4-55 Intermediate Process Tray Assembly Removing the Neat Paddle (Upper) ■ Procedure Removing the Stack Delivery Roller Upper Static 1) While supporting the Tray B [1], insert a screwdriver into the hole [A] to release the block [2] Eliminator in the direction of [B], and lower the Tray B [1] by approximately 10 cm from the lower edge of the Neat Stack Unit (Lower) Cover [3].
  • Page 119: Removing The Neat Paddle (lower)

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Neat Paddle (Lower) > Procedure 4-56 Removing the Neat Paddle (Lower) 3) Open the Neat Paddle (Upper) Unit [1]. 4) Move the belt [2] in the direction of the arrow so that the 2 claws [3] face upward. ■...
  • Page 120: Removing The Neat Stack Unit (upper)

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Neat Stack Unit (Upper) > Procedure 4-57 Removing the Neat Stack Unit (Upper) 2) Open the Neat Paddle (Lower) Unit [1]. 3) Move the belt [2] in the direction of the arrow so that the 2 claws [3] face upward. ■...
  • Page 121 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Neat Stack Unit (Upper) > Procedure 4-58 2) Set the Belt Retainer Shaft [1] released. 4) Remove the Timing Belt [2] from the pulley [1]. F-4-130 F-4-132 3) Turn the pulley [1] in the direction of the arrow to set the positions of the 2 ribs [A] as shown 5) Remove the Neat Stack Unit (Upper) [1].
  • Page 122: Removing The Neat Stack Unit (lower)

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Neat Stack Unit (Lower) > Procedure 4-59 Removing the Neat Stack Unit (Lower) CAUTION: ■ Preparation When putting down the Neat Stack Unit (Upper), be sure to place the unit with the 2 Alignment Plates [1] facing up.
  • Page 123: Removing The Stapler

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Stapler > Procedure 4-60 Removing the Stapler 3) Remove the 4 screws [1], and remove the Neat Stack Unit (Lower) [2]. • 2 Pins [3] ■ Preparation 1) Open the Front Cover. 2) Remove the Inner Cover (Upper).(Refer to page 4-22) 3) Remove the Inner Cover (Lower).(Refer to page 4-23) ■...
  • Page 124: Adjusting Position Of Stapler

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Adjusting Position of Stapler 4-61 Adjusting Position of Stapler 2) Push in the Stapler [1] until it faces the direction as shown in the figure below. This adjustment is executed when replacing or installing/removing the Stapler in the Intermediate Process Tray Assembly.
  • Page 125: Removing The Process Tray Unit

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Process Tray Unit > Procedure 4-62 Removing the Process Tray Unit CAUTION: ■ Preparation • When removing the Process Tray Unit, hold the 2 grips [1] of the frame, and release the 2 hooks [2] from the 2 holes of the frame on the host machine side.
  • Page 126 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Process Tray Unit > Procedure 4-63 2) Remove the Process Tray Unit [1]. CAUTION: • 9 Connectors [2] • 4 Screws [3] • After removing it, be sure to place the unit with the 4 protrusions [1] of the frame facing down.
  • Page 127 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Process Tray Unit > Procedure 4-64 2. Remove the Inner Cover (Lower) [1]. 4.Visually check that the 2 Process Bin Levers [1] have not gotten under the 2 Trailing Edge Guide Levers [2] on the finisher side.
  • Page 128: Removing The Paddle Unit

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the paddle > Procedure 4-65 Removing the Paddle Unit Removing the paddle ■ Preparation ■ Preparation 1) Remove the Stack Wall (Lower).(Refer to page 4-29) 1) Remove the Stack Wall (Lower).(Refer to page 4-29) 2) Remove the Stack Wall (Upper).(Refer to page 4-27) 2) Remove the Stack Wall (Upper).(Refer to page 4-27) 3) Remove the Neat Stack Unit (Lower).(Refer to page 4-59)
  • Page 129: Removing The Stack Delivery Upper Roller

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Stack Delivery Upper Roller > Procedure 4-66 Removing the Stack Delivery Upper Roller 3) Remove the Swing Guide [1]. • 2 Screws [2] ■ Preparation 1) Remove the Stack Wall (Lower).(Refer to page 4-29) 2) Remove the Stack Wall (Upper).(Refer to page 4-27) 3) Remove the Neat Stack Unit (Lower).(Refer to page 4-59) 4) Remove the Process Tray Unit.(Refer to page 4-62)
  • Page 130 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Stack Delivery Upper Roller > Procedure 4-67 5) Remove the E-ring [1], and slide the bearing [2] downward. 8) Remove the Stack Delivery Roller Shaft Unit [1] from the Shaft Support [B]. 6) Release the arm [3] to the left, and remove the belt [4].
  • Page 131: Removing The Process Tray (front)

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Process Tray (Front) > Procedure 4-68 Removing the Process Tray (Front) 2) Remove the Process Tray (Front) [1]. • 2 Screws [2] ■ Preparation • 1 Protrusion [3] 1) Remove the Stack Wall (Lower).(Refer to page 4-29) 2) Remove the Stack Wall (Upper).(Refer to page 4-27) 3) Remove the Neat Stack Unit (Lower).(Refer to page 4-59)
  • Page 132: Removing The Process Tray (rear)

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Process Tray (Rear) > Procedure 4-69 Removing the Process Tray (Rear) 2) Remove the Process Tray (Rear) [1]. • 2 Screws [2] ■ Preparation • 1 Protrusion [3] 1) Remove the Stack Wall (Lower).(Refer to page 4-29) 2) Remove the Stack Wall (Upper).(Refer to page 4-27) 3) Remove the Neat Stack Unit (Lower).(Refer to page 4-59)
  • Page 133: Removing The Feed Belt

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Feed Belt > Procedure 4-70 Removing the Feed Belt 2) Loosen the screw [1] to move the Coupling (Rear) [2] to the left. ■ Preparation 1) Remove the Stack Wall (Lower).(Refer to page 4-29) 2) Remove the Stack Wall (Upper).(Refer to page 4-27) 3) Remove the Neat Stack Unit (Lower).(Refer to page 4-59) 4) Remove the Process Tray Unit.(Refer to page 4-62)
  • Page 134 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Feed Belt > Procedure 4-71 4) Move the Feed Belt Release Unit [1] to the rear. 6) While releasing the Belt Roller Unit [1], remove the Feed Belt [2] by putting it between the couplings [3].
  • Page 135: Removing The Stack Delivery Motor

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Process Tray Plate Unit > Procedure 4-72 Removing the Stack Delivery Motor Removing the Process Tray Plate Unit ■ Preparation ■ Preparation 1) Remove the Stack Wall (Lower).(Refer to page 4-29) 1) Remove the Stack Wall (Lower).(Refer to page 4-29) 2) Remove the Stack Wall (Upper).(Refer to page 4-27) 2) Remove the Stack Wall (Upper).(Refer to page 4-27)
  • Page 136: Removing The Front Alignment Motor

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Front Alignment Motor > Procedure 4-73 Removing the Front Alignment Motor 2) Free the cable [2] from the 2 Wire Saddles, and disconnect the connector [3]. ■ Preparation 1) Remove the Stack Wall (Lower).(Refer to page 4-29) 2) Remove the Stack Wall (Upper).(Refer to page 4-27) 3) Remove the Neat Stack Unit (Lower).(Refer to page 4-59)
  • Page 137 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Front Alignment Motor > Procedure 4-74 1) Remove the belt [1]. CAUTION: When placing the Process Upper Tray [1] on a paper stack [2], be sure to • 1 Screw [2] (to loosen) note the following points.
  • Page 138: Removing The Rear Alignment Motor

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Rear Alignment Motor > Procedure 4-75 Removing the Rear Alignment Motor 5) Remove the Front Alignment Motor [1]. • 1 Wire Saddle [2] ■ Preparation • 1 Connector [3] •...
  • Page 139 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Rear Alignment Motor > Procedure 4-76 3) Remove the Rear Alignment Motor [1]. CAUTION: When placing the Process Upper Tray [1] on a paper stack [2], be sure to •...
  • Page 140: Right Angle Adjustment Of Alignment Plate

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Right Angle Adjustment of Alignment Plate 4-77 Right Angle Adjustment of Alignment Plate 3) After setting A4 paper [1] in the arrow direction of the intermediate tray assembly, make adjustment so that there is no gap between the paper edge This adjustment is executed when replacing or installing/removing the Alignment Motor in the [1] and the alignment plate [2], and then secure the alignment plate with Intermediate Process Tray Assembly or when replacing the Finisher Controller PCB.
  • Page 141: Removing The Process Upper Guide Unit

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Process Upper Guide Unit > Procedure 4-78 Removing the Process Upper Guide Unit 2) Remove the 2 screws [1] of the Front Plate. 3) Remove the 2 screws [1] of the Rear Plate. ■...
  • Page 142 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Process Upper Guide Unit > Procedure 4-79 4) Free the 2 belts [2] from the 2 pulleys [1], and hold the handle [3] to remove the Process CAUTION: Upper Guide Unit [4].
  • Page 143 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Process Upper Guide Unit > Procedure 4-80 CAUTION: 2) Put the shaft [1] of the Process Upper Guide Unit into the hole [A] of the Finisher Front Plate. When installing the Process Upper Guide Unit [1], be sure to align the positions as 3) Move the pulley [2] of the Process Upper Guide Unit to the opening [B] of the shown below.
  • Page 144: Removing The Belt Controller Unit

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Belt Controller Unit > Procedure 4-81 Removing the Belt Controller Unit 4) Fit the 2 Support Pins [1] of the Process Upper Guide Unit to the 2 grooves [A] of the finisher.
  • Page 145 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Belt Controller Unit > Procedure 4-82 1) Slide the Belt Variable Lever [1] in the release direction until it stops. 3) Return the Belt Variable Lever [1] in the direction to be engaged, and remove the following parts.
  • Page 146 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Belt Controller Unit > Procedure 4-83 5) Remove the Belt Controller Unit [1]. 1) Hook the belt [2] of the Process Upper Guide Unit on the pulley [1] of the Belt •...
  • Page 147 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Belt Controller Unit > Procedure 4-84 2) Turn the gear [1] in the direction of the arrow until it stops, and push in the Guide 6) Check that the slope angles [A] of the guide surface of the Guide Lever (Front) [1] (Front) [2] to the front until it stops.
  • Page 148: Removing The Belt Roller

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Belt Roller > Procedure 4-85 Removing the Belt Roller 1) Remove the 2 Delivery Guides (Lower) [1] and the 2 Lower Delivery Guides [2]. • 8 Claws [3] ■...
  • Page 149 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Belt Roller > Procedure 4-86 3) Remove the following parts. CAUTION: • 1 E-ring [1] • 1 Washer [2] When installing the Delivery Roller Shaft [1], fit the 2 cut surfaces [A] in the groove of •...
  • Page 150 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Belt Roller > Procedure 4-87 Removing the Belt Roller on the front side 8) Move the gear [1], and remove the Parallel Pin [2]. 5) While releasing the Belt Roller Unit [1], slide the bearing [2] from the Support Plate [3]. 6) Remove the Belt Roller [5] from the Delivery Roller Shaft [4].
  • Page 151 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Intermediate Process Tray Assembly > Removing the Belt Roller > Procedure 4-88 While releasing the Belt Roller Unit [1], slide the bearing [2] from the Support Plate [3]. Remove the Belt Roller [5] from the Delivery Roller Shaft [4]. F-4-212 4-88 Parts Replacing and Cleaning >...
  • Page 152: Saddle Stitcher Assembly

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Saddle Stitcher Assembly > Removing the Saddle Inner Cover (Lower) > Procedure 4-89 Saddle Stitcher Assembly Removing the Saddle Inner Cover (Lower) ■ Preparation Removing the Saddle Inner Cover (Upper) 1) Open the Front Cover. ■...
  • Page 153: Removing The Saddle Inlet Roller Static Eliminator

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Saddle Stitcher Assembly > Removing the Saddle Inlet Roller Static Eliminator > Procedure 4-90 Removing the Saddle Inlet Roller Static Eliminator 2) Remove the Saddle Inlet Guide [1]. • 2 Screws [2] ■ Preparation 1) Open the Front Cover. 2) Pull out the Saddle Unit.
  • Page 154: Removing The Saddle Intermediate Static Eliminator

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Saddle Stitcher Assembly > Removing the Saddle Stapler > Procedure 4-91 Removing the Saddle Intermediate Static Eliminator Removing the Saddle Stapler ■ Preparation ■ Preparation 1) Open the Front Cover. 1) Open the Front Cover. 2) Pull out the Saddle Unit.
  • Page 155: Removing The Feed Guide Lower Static Eliminator

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Saddle Stitcher Assembly > Removing the Feed Guide Lower Static Eliminator > Procedure 4-92 Removing the Feed Guide Lower Static Eliminator 2) Remove the Harness Cover [1]. • 2 Screws [2] ■ Preparation 1) Open the Front Cover. 2) Pull out the Saddle Unit.
  • Page 156: Removing The Disengagement Roller

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Saddle Stitcher Assembly > Removing the Disengagement Roller > Procedure 4-93 Removing the Disengagement Roller 2) Remove the Resin Ring [1] and the Belt Retainer [2] on the rear side of the Saddle Assembly. ■ Preparation 1) Open the Front Cover.
  • Page 157 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Saddle Stitcher Assembly > Removing the Disengagement Roller > Procedure 4-94 4) Move the Disengagement Roller Shaft [1] to remove the front side of the shaft [2]. F-4-227 5) Remove the Disengagement Roller (Front) [1]. •...
  • Page 158: Removing The Thrust Unit

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Saddle Stitcher Assembly > Removing the Thrust Unit > Procedure 4-95 Removing the Thrust Unit 2) Free the harness [1] from the Harness Guide [2]. • 12 Connectors [3] ■ Preparation 1) Open the Front Cover. 2) Pull out the Saddle Unit.
  • Page 159 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Saddle Stitcher Assembly > Removing the Thrust Unit > Procedure 4-96 3) Free the 2 harnesses. 5) Remove the Thrust Unit [1]. • 2 Connectors [1] • 4 Screws [2] • 3 Wire Saddles [2] •...
  • Page 160: Removing The Push-on Plate

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Saddle Stitcher Assembly > Removing the Push-on Plate > Procedure 4-97 Removing the Push-on Plate 2) Be sure to mark the current 2 positions [1] of the Thrust Plate (where the engraved marking and the outer line of the Thrust Plate are overlapped). ■...
  • Page 161: Removing The Positioning Plate Unit

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Saddle Stitcher Assembly > Removing the Positioning Plate Unit > Procedure 4-98 Removing the Positioning Plate Unit 2) Remove the Positioning Plate Unit [1]. • 2 Screws [2] ■ Preparation 1) Open the Front Cover. 2) Pull out the Saddle Unit.
  • Page 162: Pulling Out The Saddle Unit (service Position)

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Saddle Stitcher Assembly > Pulling out the Saddle Unit (service position) > Procedure 4-99 Pulling out the Saddle Unit (service position) 3) Release the Rail Stopper [1], and pull out the Saddle Unit by approx. 5 cm. ■...
  • Page 163: Removing The Saddle Inlet Static Eliminator

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Saddle Stitcher Assembly > Removing the Saddle Inlet Static Eliminator > Procedure 4-100 Removing the Saddle Inlet Static Eliminator 2) Remove the Saddle Inlet Static Eliminator [1]. • 2 Screws [2] ■ Preparation 1) Open the Front Cover. 2) Pull out the Saddle Unit.
  • Page 164: Removing The Saddle Unit

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Saddle Stitcher Assembly > Removing the Saddle Unit > Procedure 4-101 Removing the Saddle Unit 3) Remove the 3 screws [1]. ■ Preparation 1) Open the Front Cover. 2) Pull out the Saddle Unit. (service position)(Refer to page 4-99) ■...
  • Page 165: Removing The Press Unit

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Saddle Stitcher Assembly > Removing the Press Unit > Procedure 4-102 Removing the Press Unit CAUTION: ■ Preparation When installing the Saddle Unit, adjust the positions by the following steps so that the Rail Pins are fitted into the grooves of the Saddle Unit. 1) Open the Front Cover.
  • Page 166 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Saddle Stitcher Assembly > Removing the Press Unit > Procedure 4-103 2) Free the harness. 3) Remove the 2 Positioning Pins [1]. • 3 Connectors [1] • 2 Screws [2] • 1 Wire Saddle [2] F-4-252 F-4-253 4) Remove the belt [1].
  • Page 167 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Saddle Stitcher Assembly > Removing the Press Unit > Procedure 4-104 5) Remove the Roller Fixation Plate (Rear) [1]. 7) Remove the 2 Positioning Pins [1]. • 2 Screws [2] • 2 Screws [2] F-4-255 6) Free the harness [1].
  • Page 168: Removing The Press Roller Unit

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Saddle Stitcher Assembly > Removing the Press Roller Unit > Procedure 4-105 Removing the Press Roller Unit 2) Remove the Delivery Guide (Upper) [1]. • 4 Screws [2] ■ Preparation 1) Open the Front Cover. 2) Pull out the Saddle Unit.
  • Page 169 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Saddle Stitcher Assembly > Removing the Press Roller Unit > Procedure 4-106 4) Remove the Handle Unit [1]. 6) Remove the Belt Support Plate [1]. • 4 Screws [2] • 1 Screw [2] F-4-264 7) Remove the Slide Shaft (Lower) [1]. •...
  • Page 170 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Saddle Stitcher Assembly > Removing the Press Roller Unit > Procedure 4-107 9) Remove the Slide Shaft (Upper) [2] from the Press Roller Unit [1]. CAUTION: When installing the Slide Shaft (Lower), make sure that the hole [1] of the Press Roller Unit Cover and the hole [2] of the knob are overlapped while the Press Roller Unit is at the rear end.
  • Page 171: Removing The Fold Roller

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Saddle Stitcher Assembly > Removing the Fold Roller > Procedure 4-108 Removing the Fold Roller 2) Remove the Unit Fixation Base (Front) [1]. • 2 Screws [2] ■ Preparation 1) Open the Front Cover. 2) Pull out the Saddle Unit. (service position)(Refer to page 4-99) 3) Remove the Saddle Inner Cover (Lower).(Refer to page 4-89) 4) Remove the Press Unit.(Refer to page 4-102) ■...
  • Page 172 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Saddle Stitcher Assembly > Removing the Fold Roller > Procedure 4-109 3) Remove the Tension Arm Plate [1]. 5) Remove the Belt Retainer [1], the belt [2] and the pulley [3]. • 1 Spring [2] F-4-273 6) Remove the C-ring [1], the gear [2], the bearing [3] and the plate [4].
  • Page 173 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Saddle Stitcher Assembly > Removing the Fold Roller > Procedure 4-110 7) Remove the Unit Fixation Base (Rear) [1] at the rear side of the Saddle Unit. 9) Slide the Fold Roller (Upper) [1]. • 2 Screws [2] F-4-275 F-4-277 8) Remove the C-ring [1] and the Ball Bearing [2].
  • Page 174 Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Saddle Stitcher Assembly > Removing the Fold Roller > Procedure 4-111 Remove the C-ring [1] and the gear [2]. Insert the shaft [1] on the front side of the Fold Roller (Lower) into the upper hole. F-4-281 Remove the Fold Roller (Lower) [1].
  • Page 175: Removing The Alignment Roller Unit

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Saddle Stitcher Assembly > Removing the Alignment Roller Unit > Procedure 4-112 Removing the Alignment Roller Unit 2) Remove the Alignment Roller Unit [1]. • 1 Screw [2] ■ Preparation • 2 Hooks [3] 1) Open the Front Cover. 2) Pull out the Saddle Unit.
  • Page 176: Removing The Alignment Roller

    Parts Replacing and Cleaning > Saddle Stitcher Assembly > Removing the Saddle Alignment Motor > Procedure 4-113 Removing the Alignment Roller Removing the Saddle Alignment Motor ■ Preparation ■ Preparation 1) Open the Front Cover 1) Open the Front Cover. 2) Pull out the Saddle Unit.
  • Page 177: Adjustment

    Adjustment ■ Basic Adjustment ■ Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement ■ Auxiliary Adjustment Adjustment...
  • Page 178: Outline

    Adjustment > Basic Adjustment > Outline Basic Adjustment At the occurrence of the following symptoms or at adjustment timing, perform the appropriate adjustment. Outline Adjustment Type Symptom, adjustment timing Reference Height Adjustment Jam with this equipment p. 5-3 Side Registration/Skew Shaky vibration on this equipment (due to large p.
  • Page 179: Height Adjustment

    Adjustment > Basic Adjustment > Height Adjustment > Height adjustment Height Adjustment 2) If the height difference is +/- 2mm or more, execute height adjustment. In the case of jam with this equipment, follow the steps below to execute height adjustment. NOTE: Use 4 casters [1] shown in the figure for height adjustment.
  • Page 180 Adjustment > Basic Adjustment > Height Adjustment > Height adjustment 3) In the case of saddle finisher, remove the saddle inner cover (lower) [1]. 4) Remove the 2 caster covers [1] at the left side. (the illustration shows in the case of the •...
  • Page 181 Adjustment > Basic Adjustment > Height Adjustment > Height adjustment 6) Loosen the caster's fixing nut [1] with the spanner (large) [2] in [A] direction. 7) Rotate the adjustment bolt [1] with the spanner (small) [2]. Adjust the height (that is measured in step 6)) to be within 83.6 +/- 0.3mm.
  • Page 182: Side Registration/skew Adjustment

    Adjustment > Basic Adjustment > Side Registration/Skew Adjustment > Checking adjustment value Side Registration/Skew Adjustment 4) Remove the switch cover [1] of the inner cover (lower). • 1 screw [2] In the case of shaky vibration on this equipment (due to large operating level of the side registration unit) or large skew, follow the steps below to execute adjustment for side registration/skew.
  • Page 183: Side Registration Adjustment

    Adjustment > Basic Adjustment > Side Registration/Skew Adjustment > Side registration adjustment 3) The LED [1] displays the adjustment value for side registration/skew. ■ Side registration adjustment Check each value. The display shows values in the order of "A" -> "side registration 1) Separate the finisher from the host machine.
  • Page 184: Skew Adjustment

    Adjustment > Basic Adjustment > Side Registration/Skew Adjustment > Skew adjustment ■ Skew adjustment 1) Lift the upper cover [1] in the arrow direction to remove the inner cover (upper) [2]. • 4 screws [3] If the skew adjustment value is within the range, start from step 7). 1) Push the 3 claws [1], and remove the 3 knobs [2].
  • Page 185 Adjustment > Basic Adjustment > Side Registration/Skew Adjustment > Skew adjustment 3) Loosen the 2 screws [2] on the latch base (front) [1]. 6) If the value obtained at "checking adjustment value" is "+ (positive)", move it in [A] direction 4) If the value obtained at "checking adjustment value"...
  • Page 186: Adjusting Sensor Light Intensity

    Adjustment > Basic Adjustment > Adjusting Sensor Light Intensity > Preparations 5-10 Adjusting Sensor Light Intensity CAUTION: Execute this adjustment in the case of the following: • The Tray A/B [2] should be at least 100 mm below the lowermost hole ofthe Tray •...
  • Page 187: Procedure

    Adjustment > Basic Adjustment > Adjusting Sensor Light Intensity > Procedure 5-11 ■ Procedure 3) If the sensor is faulty (The LED indicates with blinking "0"), press + (SW384) [1]/ - (SW383) [2] button to find the code number on the blinking LED [3], and then replace the faulty 1) Set DIP switch SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as shown in the figure (1: ON), and then sensor correspondingly.
  • Page 188: Adjustment At Time Of Parts Replacement

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Outline 5-12 Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement When replacing the parts shown below, perform the appropriate adjustment. Adjustment Type Symptom, adjustment timing Reference Outline Adjusting Sensor Light When replacing a sensor p.
  • Page 189 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Outline 5-13 Adjustment Type Symptom, adjustment timing Reference Adjusting Saddle When replacing the Finisher Controller PCB p. 5-48 Stitching Position Adjusting Saddle p. 5-50 Folding Position Adjusting Position of p. 5-51 Saddle Lead Edge Stopper Adjustment After...
  • Page 190: Adjusting Sensor Light Intensity

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Sensor Light Intensity > Preparations 5-14 Adjusting Sensor Light Intensity CAUTION: Execute this adjustment in the case of the following: • The Tray A/B [2] should be at least 100 mm below the lowermost hole ofthe Tray •...
  • Page 191: Procedure

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Sensor Light Intensity > Procedure 5-15 ■ Procedure 3) If the sensor is faulty (The LED indicates with blinking "0"), press + (SW384) [1]/ - (SW383) [2] button to find the code number on the blinking LED [3], and then replace the faulty 1) Set DIP switch SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as shown in the figure (1: ON), and then sensor correspondingly.
  • Page 192: Adjusting Position Of Tray A

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Position of Tray A, B 5-16 Adjusting Position of Tray A, B This adjustment is executed to keep the parallelism of the Tray A or B when replacing or installing/removing the tray. 1) While keeping the tray horizontal, put the tray into the rails (left and right).
  • Page 193: Adjusting The Alignment Position Of The Upper Neat Alignment Plate

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting the Alignment Position of the Upper Neat Alignment Plate > Procedure 5-17 Adjusting the Alignment Position of the Upper Neat 2) Press the Push Switch SW385 [1] to complete preparation for the adjustment. Alignment Plate SW382 Execute the adjustment in the following cases.
  • Page 194 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting the Alignment Position of the Upper Neat Alignment Plate > Procedure 5-18 6) By pressing the SW385 [1], the shift amount of the Front Neat Alignment Plate is 8) After executing the adjustment, check that the distance (1) and (2) shown below become determined, and adjustment of the distance between the paper edge (rear side) [B] and the appropriate so that there is no gap and paper is not leaned on the Alignment Plate.
  • Page 195: Adjusting The Alignment Position Of The Lower Neat Alignment Plate

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting the Alignment Position of the Lower Neat Alignment Plate > Procedure 5-19 Adjusting the Alignment Position of the Lower Neat Alignment Plate Execute the adjustment in the following cases. • When replacing or installing/removing the Neat Stack Unit (Lower) and the component parts of the unit.
  • Page 196 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting the Alignment Position of the Lower Neat Alignment Plate > Procedure 5-20 2) Press the Push Switch SW385 [1] to complete preparation for the adjustment. 6) By pressing the SW385 [1], the shift amount of the Front Neat Alignment Plate is determined, and adjustment of the distance between the paper edge (rear side) [B] and the SW382 Rear Neat Alignment Plate [2] starts.
  • Page 197 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting the Alignment Position of the Lower Neat Alignment Plate > Procedure 5-21 8) After executing the adjustment, check that the distance (1) and (2) shown below become appropriate so that there is no gap and paper is not leaned on the Alignment Plate. •...
  • Page 198: Adjusting The Height Of Corrugation Roller For Stack Delivery

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting the Height of Corrugation Roller for Stack Delivery > Procedure 5-22 Adjusting the Height of Corrugation Roller for Stack 2) Remove the Stack Delivery Roller Upper Static Eliminator [1]. • 4 Screws [2] Delivery Execute the adjustment in the following cases.
  • Page 199 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting the Height of Corrugation Roller for Stack Delivery > Procedure 5-23 3) Set DIP SW382 [1] on the Switch PCB as shown in the figure below. 5) By pressing the Push Switch SW383 [1] or SW384 [2], mode can be selected. Every time SW384 [2] is pressed, "A / B / C / D / E"...
  • Page 200 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting the Height of Corrugation Roller for Stack Delivery > Procedure 5-24 7) Open the Swing Guide [1], fold A4/LTR size heavy paper [2] in half length-wide (e.g., card 8) Measure the distance [C] between the bottom side [A] of the heavy paper and the upper board) and place it by pushing it against the stopper [4] so that it becomes parallel to the side [B] of the Corrugation Roller [2].
  • Page 201 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting the Height of Corrugation Roller for Stack Delivery > Procedure 5-25 9) Press the Push Switch SW385 [1] to complete the height adjustment of the Corrugation By pressing the Push Switch SW385 [1], the current adjustment value is displayed Roller.
  • Page 202: Right Angle Adjustment Of Alignment Plate

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Right Angle Adjustment of Alignment Plate 5-26 Right Angle Adjustment of Alignment Plate 3) After setting A4 paper [1] in the arrow direction of the intermediate tray assembly, make adjustment so that there is no gap between the paper edge This adjustment is executed when replacing or installing/removing the Alignment Motor in the [1] and the alignment plate [2], and then secure the alignment plate with Intermediate Process Tray Assembly or when replacing the Finisher Controller PCB.
  • Page 203: Adjusting Alignment Plate Position

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Alignment Plate Position > Procedure 5-27 Adjusting Alignment Plate Position In the case of L-configuration size: This adjustment is executed when replacing or installing/removing the Front Alignment Motor or Rear Alignment Motor or when replacing the Finisher Controller PCB. SW382 Adjusting method is as follows: ■...
  • Page 204 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Alignment Plate Position > Procedure 5-28 3) Place A4 paper [1] on the intermediate process tray. (Be sure to push in the paper to the 5) Pressing push switch SW385 [1] determines shifting amount of the front alignment plate. rear side of the process tray) SW382 SW381...
  • Page 205: Adjusting Position Of Stapler

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Position of Stapler 5-29 Adjusting Position of Stapler This adjustment is executed when replacing or installing/removing the Stapler in the Intermediate Process Tray Assembly. Adjusting method is as follows: 1) Put a marking [1] on the position of the stapler installed before replacing it. 2) Install the new stapler [2] with the marking position [1] aligned, and then secures the stapler [2] with the 2 screws [3].
  • Page 206: Adjusting Staple Position (1-stapling At The Rear)

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Staple Position (1-stapling at the rear) > Procedure 5-30 Adjusting Staple Position (1-stapling at the rear) In the case of L-configuration size: Execute this adjustment in the case of displacement of stapling position (1-stapling at the rear) or replacing the finisher controller PCB.
  • Page 207 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Staple Position (1-stapling at the rear) > Procedure 5-31 3) Pressing switch SW383 [1] or SW384 [2] determines adjustment level. 5) Place A4 paper [1] on the intermediate process tray. (Be sure to push in the paper to the By pressing SW383 once, the LED [3] indicates "-1"...
  • Page 208 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Staple Position (1-stapling at the rear) > Procedure 5-32 6) Check that the stapling position is within the specified range [1] of 5 +/- 2mm using this result. If the stapling position is out of the specification, go through the procedure again from step 2).
  • Page 209: Adjusting Staple Position (1-stapling At The Front)

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Staple Position (1-stapling at the front) > Procedure 5-33 Adjusting Staple Position (1-stapling at the front) In the case of L-configuration size: Execute this adjustment in the case of displacement of stapling position (1-stapling at the front) or replacing the finisher controller PCB.
  • Page 210 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Staple Position (1-stapling at the front) > Procedure 5-34 3) Pressing switch SW383 [1] or SW384 [2] determines adjustment level. 5) Place A4 paper [1] on the intermediate process tray (Be sure to push in the paper to the By pressing SW383 once, the LED [3] indicates "-1"...
  • Page 211 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Staple Position (1-stapling at the front) > Procedure 5-35 6) Check that the stapling position is within the specified range [1] of 5 +/- 2mm using this result. If the stapling position is out of the specification, go through the procedure again from step 2).
  • Page 212: Adjusting Staple Position (2-stapling Positions)

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Staple Position (2-stapling positions) > Procedure 5-36 Adjusting Staple Position (2-stapling positions) In the case of L-configuration size: Execute this adjustment in the case of displacement of stapling position (2-stapling positions) or replacing the finisher controller PCB.
  • Page 213 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Staple Position (2-stapling positions) > Procedure 5-37 3) Pressing switch SW383 [1] or SW384 [2] determines adjustment level. 5) Place A4 paper [1] on the intermediate process tray (Be sure to push in the paper to the By pressing SW383 once, the LED [3] indicates "-1"...
  • Page 214: Adjusting Delivery Of Staple Stack (lower Delivery)

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Delivery of Staple Stack (lower delivery) > Procedure 5-38 Adjusting Delivery of Staple Stack (lower delivery) 2) Pressing switch SW385 [1] activates the LED [2] with "0" blinking. The Adjustment is ready now.
  • Page 215 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Delivery of Staple Stack (lower delivery) > Procedure 5-39 5) Open the upper cover and measure displacement amount of the paper stack that is 6) If A (displacement amount between the 1st sheet and the 2nd sheet) or B (displacement stopped at the buffer assembly (displacement amount between the 1st sheet and the 2nd amount between the 1nd sheet and the 3rd sheet) is out of the specified value, execute the sheet: A, displacement amount between the 1nd sheet and the 3rd sheet: B).
  • Page 216 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Delivery of Staple Stack (lower delivery) > Procedure 5-40 7) If B (displacement amount between the 1nd sheet and the 3rd sheet) is out of the specified value, execute the following work: Press push switch SW385 [1] once to get into the adjustment mode for B (displacement amount between the 1nd sheet and the 3rd sheet).
  • Page 217: Adjusting Delivery Of Staple Stack (saddle Delivery)

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Delivery of Staple Stack (saddle delivery) > Procedure 5-41 Adjusting Delivery of Staple Stack (saddle delivery) 2) Pressing push switch SW385 [1] activates the LED [2] with "0" blinking. The Adjustment is ready now. Execute this adjustment in the case of paper displacement (the 1st up to the 3rd cover sheet) in staple stack delivery mode or replacing the finisher controller PCB.
  • Page 218 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Delivery of Staple Stack (saddle delivery) > Procedure 5-42 5) Open the upper cover and measure displacement amount of the paper stack that is 6) If A (displacement amount between the 1st sheet and the 2nd sheet) or B (displacement stopped at the buffer assembly (displacement amount between the 1st sheet and the 2nd amount between the 1st sheet and the 3rd sheet) is out of the specified value, execute the sheet: A, displacement amount between the 1nd sheet and the 3rd sheet: B).
  • Page 219 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Delivery of Staple Stack (saddle delivery) > Procedure 5-43 7) If B (displacement amount between the 1st sheet and the 3rd sheet) is out of the specified value, execute the following work: Take out the paper and close the upper cover.
  • Page 220: Saddle Stitch/fold Placement Adjustment

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Saddle Stitch/Fold Placement Adjustment > Fold placement adjustment 5-44 Saddle Stitch/Fold Placement Adjustment ■ Fold placement adjustment Perform this adjustment when the saddle stitch or fold placement is not correct or when the NOTE: Finisher Controller PCB is replaced.
  • Page 221: Saddle Stitch Adjustment

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Saddle Stitch/Fold Placement Adjustment > Saddle stitch adjustment 5-45 3) Set DIP SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as shown in the figure below. ■ Saddle stitch adjustment Then, press SW385 once so that the adjustment is ready now. NOTE: In saddle stitch adjustment, the saddle stitch position and the fold placement are shifted at the same time.
  • Page 222 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Saddle Stitch/Fold Placement Adjustment > Saddle stitch adjustment 5-46 2) Hold the lever [1] to pull out the saddle unit [2], and then open the saddle right guide [3]. 4) Press push switch SW384 [1] once to execute stapling. Note that if the push switch is pressed without the paper on the saddle unit, the machine goes to the position adjustment mode mentioned in step 7).
  • Page 223 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Saddle Stitch/Fold Placement Adjustment > Saddle stitch adjustment 5-47 6) If the measured value (A, B) is within the specified range (|A-B| is 0.5mm or less), press push switch SW385 [1] once to complete the adjustment mode. It the measured value is out of the specified value, execute the following work.
  • Page 224: Adjusting Saddle Stitching Position

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Saddle Stitching Position > Procedure 5-48 Adjusting Saddle Stitching Position 2) Hold the lever [1] to pull out the saddle unit [2], and then open the saddle right guide [3]. Execute this adjustment in the case of displacement in stitching position (saddle delivery) or replacing the finisher controller PCB.
  • Page 225 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Saddle Stitching Position > Procedure 5-49 4) Press push switch SW384 [1] once to execute stapling. 6) If the measured value (A, B) is within the specified range (|A-B| is 0.5mm or less), press Note that if the push switch is pressed without the paper on the saddle unit, the machine push switch SW385 [1] once to complete the adjustment mode.
  • Page 226: Adjusting Saddle Folding Position

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Saddle Folding Position > Procedure 5-50 Adjusting Saddle Folding Position 3) Set DIP SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as shown in the figure below. Then, press SW385 once so that the adjustment is ready now. Execute this adjustment in the case of displacement in folding position (saddle delivery) or replacing the finisher controller PCB.
  • Page 227: Adjusting Position Of Saddle Lead Edge Stopper

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Position of Saddle Lead Edge Stopper 5-51 Adjusting Position of Saddle Lead Edge Stopper Free the harness [1] from the Harness Guide [2]. • 12 Connectors [3] Execute this adjustment in the case of displacement in saddle fording position or replacing the finisher controller PCB.
  • Page 228 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Position of Saddle Lead Edge Stopper 5-52 Free the 2 harnesses. Remove the Saddle Stitcher Controller PCB and the Harness Guide [1]. • 2 Connectors [1] • 2 Screws [2] •...
  • Page 229: Adjustment After Replacing Finisher Controller Pcb

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjustment After Replacing Finisher Controller PCB 5-53 Adjustment After Replacing Finisher Controller PCB Correct the position of the stopper fixture according to the displacement amount (C) for folding position that was measured in step 1). Execute this adjustment when replacing the finisher controller PCB.
  • Page 230: Bufferless Mode

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Bufferless Mode > Procedure 5-54 Bufferless Mode ■ Procedure Execute this mode if meeting the following conditions: 1) Set DIP SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as shown in the figure below. •...
  • Page 231: Adjustment In The Case Of Failure In Stacking Performance Of Tray (upper Curl)

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjustment in the Case of Failure in Stacking Performance of Tray (upper curl) > Procedure 5-55 Adjustment in the Case of Failure in Stacking ■ Procedure Performance of Tray (upper curl) 1) Set DIP SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as shown in the figure below.
  • Page 232 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjustment in the Case of Failure in Stacking Performance of Tray (upper curl) > Procedure 5-56 3) Pressing push switch SW384 [1] once displays "+1" on the LED [2]. SW382 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER...
  • Page 233: Adjustment In The Case Of Failure In Stacking Performance Of Tray (lower Curl)

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjustment in the Case of Failure in Stacking Performance of Tray (lower curl) > Procedure 5-57 Adjustment in the Case of Failure in Stacking ■ Procedure Performance of Tray (lower curl) 1) Set DIP SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as shown in the figure below.
  • Page 234 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjustment in the Case of Failure in Stacking Performance of Tray (lower curl) > Procedure 5-58 3) Pressing push switch SW384 [1] twice displays "+2" on the LED [2]. SW382 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER...
  • Page 235: Adjustment In The Case Of Failure In Stacking Performance Of Tray (run-on Of Paper When Using Thin Paper)

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjustment in the Case of Failure in Stacking Performance of Tray (run-on of paper when using thin paper) > Procedure 5-59 Adjustment in the Case of Failure in Stacking ■ Procedure Performance of Tray (run-on of paper when using thin 1) Set DIP SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as shown in the figure below.
  • Page 236 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjustment in the Case of Failure in Stacking Performance of Tray (run-on of paper when using thin paper) > Procedure 5-60 3) Pressing push switch SW384 [1] once displays "+1" on the LED [2]. SW382 SW381 SW383...
  • Page 237: Adjustment In The Case Of Canceling Limit For Tray Stack

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjustment in the Case of Canceling Limit for Tray Stack > Procedure 5-61 Adjustment in the Case of Canceling Limit for Tray ■ Preparations Stack 1) Turn ON the power of the finisher. 2) Turn ON the power of the host machine to be on to be on standby.
  • Page 238 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjustment in the Case of Canceling Limit for Tray Stack > Procedure 5-62 2) Press switch SW385 [1] so that this adjustment is ready now. 4) Press switch SW385 [1] again to complete this adjustment. SW382 SW382 SW381...
  • Page 239: Adjusting Alignment For Saddle Stapling

    Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Alignment for Saddle Stapling 5-63 Adjusting Alignment for Saddle Stapling 3) Remove the saddle inner cover (lower) [1]. • 4 screws [2] • 1 knob [3] CAUTION: Do not touch the drive parts because the finisher works without the covers during checking for this adjustment.
  • Page 240 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Alignment for Saddle Stapling 5-64 9) Follow the feed guide [2] to set the paper (A3 or LDR) [1]. (Be sure to push in the paper 11) Press switch SW385 [1] once so that stapling (saddle delivery) is ready now. until it touches the positioning plate).
  • Page 241 Adjustment > Adjustment at Time of Parts Replacement > Adjusting Alignment for Saddle Stapling 5-65 13) Press switch SW383 [1] several times to execute folding and delivery of paper. 15) Loosen the 2 screws [1] that secure the saddle stapler. SW382 SW381 SW383...
  • Page 242: Auxiliary Adjustment

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Outline 5-66 Auxiliary Adjustment At the occurrence of the following symptoms or at adjustment timing, perform the appropriate adjustment. Outline Adjustment Type Symptom, adjustment timing Reference Adjusting Position of When replacing the Tray A/B Unit p.
  • Page 243 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Outline 5-67 Adjustment Type Symptom, adjustment timing Reference Adjustment Type Symptom, adjustment timing Reference Adjusting Paddle • When stacking failure occurs on the tray with thin p. 5-100 Punch skew tolerance When displacement of hole position (within 8.5 mm) p.
  • Page 244: Adjusting Position Of Tray A

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Position of Tray A, B 5-68 Adjusting Position of Tray A, B This adjustment is executed to keep the parallelism of the Tray A or B when replacing or installing/removing the tray. 1) While keeping the tray horizontal, put the tray into the rails (left and right). Be sure to have same distance at distance A (length from the tip [3] of the rail to the tray shaft [4]) between the front side [1] and the rear side [2] of the tray when installing the tray.
  • Page 245: Adjusting Position Of Feed Belt

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Position of Feed Belt > Procedure 5-69 Adjusting Position of Feed Belt 2) Press switch SW385 [1] to start position adjustment of the feed belt. Execute this adjustment when replacing the feed belt of the intermediate process tray or SW382 EEPROM on the finisher controller PCB, or in the case of variation in delivery stack.
  • Page 246 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Position of Feed Belt > Procedure 5-70 SW382 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER F-5-159 4) Press switch SW385 [1] to complete adjustment of the feed belt. "0" indication on the LED means normal completion of the adjustment. SW382 SW381 SW383...
  • Page 247: Adjusting Staple Position (1-stapling At The Rear)

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Staple Position (1-stapling at the rear) > Procedure 5-71 Adjusting Staple Position (1-stapling at the rear) In the case of L-configuration size: Execute this adjustment in the case of displacement of stapling position (1-stapling at the rear) or replacing the finisher controller PCB.
  • Page 248 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Staple Position (1-stapling at the rear) > Procedure 5-72 3) Pressing switch SW383 [1] or SW384 [2] determines adjustment level. 5) Place A4 paper [1] on the intermediate process tray. (Be sure to push in the paper to the By pressing SW383 once, the LED [3] indicates "-1"...
  • Page 249 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Staple Position (1-stapling at the rear) > Procedure 5-73 6) Check that the stapling position is within the specified range [1] of 5 +/- 2mm using this result. If the stapling position is out of the specification, go through the procedure again from step 2).
  • Page 250: Adjusting Staple Position (1-stapling At The Front)

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Staple Position (1-stapling at the front) > Procedure 5-74 Adjusting Staple Position (1-stapling at the front) In the case of L-configuration size: Execute this adjustment in the case of displacement of stapling position (1-stapling at the front) or replacing the finisher controller PCB.
  • Page 251 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Staple Position (1-stapling at the front) > Procedure 5-75 3) Pressing switch SW383 [1] or SW384 [2] determines adjustment level. 5) Place A4 paper [1] on the intermediate process tray (Be sure to push in the paper to the By pressing SW383 once, the LED [3] indicates "-1"...
  • Page 252 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Staple Position (1-stapling at the front) > Procedure 5-76 6) Check that the stapling position is within the specified range [1] of 5 +/- 2mm using this result. If the stapling position is out of the specification, go through the procedure again from step 2).
  • Page 253: Adjusting Staple Position (2-stapling Positions)

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Staple Position (2-stapling positions) > Procedure 5-77 Adjusting Staple Position (2-stapling positions) In the case of L-configuration size: Execute this adjustment in the case of displacement of stapling position (2-stapling positions) or replacing the finisher controller PCB. SW382 Adjusting method is as follows: ■...
  • Page 254 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Staple Position (2-stapling positions) > Procedure 5-78 3) Pressing switch SW383 [1] or SW384 [2] determines adjustment level. 5) Place A4 paper [1] on the intermediate process tray (Be sure to push in the paper to the By pressing SW383 once, the LED [3] indicates "-1"...
  • Page 255: Adjusting Delivery Of Staple Stack (lower Delivery)

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Delivery of Staple Stack (lower delivery) > Procedure 5-79 Adjusting Delivery of Staple Stack (lower delivery) 2) Pressing switch SW385 [1] activates the LED [2] with "0" blinking. The Adjustment is ready now. Execute this adjustment in the case of paper displacement (the 1st up to the 3rd cover sheet) in staple stack delivery mode or replacing the finisher controller PCB.
  • Page 256 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Delivery of Staple Stack (lower delivery) > Procedure 5-80 5) Open the upper cover and measure displacement amount of the paper stack that is 6) If A (displacement amount between the 1st sheet and the 2nd sheet) or B (displacement stopped at the buffer assembly (displacement amount between the 1st sheet and the 2nd amount between the 1nd sheet and the 3rd sheet) is out of the specified value, execute the sheet: A, displacement amount between the 1nd sheet and the 3rd sheet: B).
  • Page 257 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Delivery of Staple Stack (lower delivery) > Procedure 5-81 7) If B (displacement amount between the 1nd sheet and the 3rd sheet) is out of the specified value, execute the following work: Press push switch SW385 [1] once to get into the adjustment mode for B (displacement amount between the 1nd sheet and the 3rd sheet).
  • Page 258: Adjusting Delivery Of Staple Stack (saddle Delivery)

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Delivery of Staple Stack (saddle delivery) > Procedure 5-82 Adjusting Delivery of Staple Stack (saddle delivery) 2) Pressing push switch SW385 [1] activates the LED [2] with "0" blinking. The Adjustment is ready now. Execute this adjustment in the case of paper displacement (the 1st up to the 3rd cover sheet) in staple stack delivery mode or replacing the finisher controller PCB.
  • Page 259 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Delivery of Staple Stack (saddle delivery) > Procedure 5-83 5) Open the upper cover and measure displacement amount of the paper stack that is 6) If A (displacement amount between the 1st sheet and the 2nd sheet) or B (displacement stopped at the buffer assembly (displacement amount between the 1st sheet and the 2nd amount between the 1st sheet and the 3rd sheet) is out of the specified value, execute the sheet: A, displacement amount between the 1nd sheet and the 3rd sheet: B).
  • Page 260 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Delivery of Staple Stack (saddle delivery) > Procedure 5-84 7) If B (displacement amount between the 1st sheet and the 3rd sheet) is out of the specified value, execute the following work: Take out the paper and close the upper cover. Press push switch SW385 [1] once to get into the adjustment mode for B (displacement amount between the 1nd sheet and the 3rd sheet).
  • Page 261: Saddle Stitch/fold Placement Adjustment

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Saddle Stitch/Fold Placement Adjustment > Fold placement adjustment 5-85 Saddle Stitch/Fold Placement Adjustment ■ Fold placement adjustment Perform this adjustment when the saddle stitch or fold placement is not correct or when the NOTE: Finisher Controller PCB is replaced. In fold placement adjustment, the fold placement is adjusted to the saddle stitch position.
  • Page 262: Saddle Stitch Adjustment

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Saddle Stitch/Fold Placement Adjustment > Saddle stitch adjustment 5-86 3) Set DIP SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as shown in the figure below. ■ Saddle stitch adjustment Then, press SW385 once so that the adjustment is ready now. NOTE: In saddle stitch adjustment, the saddle stitch position and the fold placement are shifted at the same time.
  • Page 263 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Saddle Stitch/Fold Placement Adjustment > Saddle stitch adjustment 5-87 2) Hold the lever [1] to pull out the saddle unit [2], and then open the saddle right guide [3]. 4) Press push switch SW384 [1] once to execute stapling. Note that if the push switch is pressed without the paper on the saddle unit, the machine goes to the position adjustment mode mentioned in step 7).
  • Page 264 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Saddle Stitch/Fold Placement Adjustment > Saddle stitch adjustment 5-88 6) If the measured value (A, B) is within the specified range (|A-B| is 0.5mm or less), press push switch SW385 [1] once to complete the adjustment mode. It the measured value is out of the specified value, execute the following work.
  • Page 265: Adjusting Saddle Stitching Position

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Saddle Stitching Position > Procedure 5-89 Adjusting Saddle Stitching Position 2) Hold the lever [1] to pull out the saddle unit [2], and then open the saddle right guide [3]. Execute this adjustment in the case of displacement in stitching position (saddle delivery) or replacing the finisher controller PCB.
  • Page 266 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Saddle Stitching Position > Procedure 5-90 4) Press push switch SW384 [1] once to execute stapling. 6) If the measured value (A, B) is within the specified range (|A-B| is 0.5mm or less), press Note that if the push switch is pressed without the paper on the saddle unit, the machine push switch SW385 [1] once to complete the adjustment mode.
  • Page 267: Adjusting Saddle Folding Position

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Saddle Folding Position > Procedure 5-91 Adjusting Saddle Folding Position 3) Set DIP SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as shown in the figure below. Then, press SW385 once so that the adjustment is ready now. Execute this adjustment in the case of displacement in folding position (saddle delivery) or replacing the finisher controller PCB.
  • Page 268: Adjusting Position Of Saddle Lead Edge Stopper

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Position of Saddle Lead Edge Stopper 5-92 Adjusting Position of Saddle Lead Edge Stopper 2) Free the harness [1] from the Harness Guide [2]. • 12 Connectors [3] Execute this adjustment in the case of displacement in saddle fording position or replacing the finisher controller PCB.
  • Page 269 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Position of Saddle Lead Edge Stopper 5-93 3) Free the 2 harnesses. 4) Remove the Saddle Stitcher Controller PCB and the Harness Guide [1]. • 2 Connectors [1] • 2 Screws [2] • 3 Wire Saddles [2] •...
  • Page 270 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Position of Saddle Lead Edge Stopper 5-94 6) Correct the position of the stopper fixture according to the displacement amount (C) for folding position that was measured in step 1). Procedure: Turn the cross-hole screw [1] to adjust the position of the lead edge stopper fixture [2] upward/downward.
  • Page 271: Adjusting Position For Saddle Alignment Width

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Position for Saddle Alignment Width > Procedure 5-95 Adjusting Position for Saddle Alignment Width 2) Hold the lever [1] to pull out the saddle unit [2], and then open the saddle right guide [3]. Execute this adjustment in the case of displacement in position for saddle alignment width.
  • Page 272 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Position for Saddle Alignment Width > Procedure 5-96 5) Adjust 2 push switches (SW383, 384) so that there will be no gap [D] between the saddle guide plate [1] and the paper edge [2]. Adjustment method is as follows: Pressing SW383 [3] moves the guide plate in A direction while pressing SW384 [2] moves the guide plate in B direction.
  • Page 273: Bufferless Mode

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Bufferless Mode > Procedure 5-97 Bufferless Mode ■ Procedure Execute this mode if meeting the following conditions: 1) Set DIP SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as shown in the figure below. • In the case of alignment failure with the 2nd set (the first 3 sheets) when making multiple sets of copy.
  • Page 274: Adjusting Assist Stopper Position

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Assist Stopper Position > Procedure 5-98 Adjusting Assist Stopper Position Remove the 2 screws [2], and remove the Assist Stopper [1]. Execute this adjustment in the case of variation in the top sheet of the stapled delivery stack. Adjustment method is as follows: ■...
  • Page 275: Adjusting Height Of Staple Inlet Guide

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Height of Staple Inlet Guide > Procedure 5-99 Adjusting Height of Staple Inlet Guide ■ Procedure Execute this adjustment if meeting the following conditions: 1) Set DIP SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as shown in the figure below. •...
  • Page 276 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Height of Staple Inlet Guide > Procedure 5-100 3) Pressing switch SW383 [1] or SW384 [2] determines adjustment level. By pressing SW383 4) Press switch SW385 [1] again to complete this adjustment. once, the LED [3] indicates "-1" and the staple inlet guide position [4] is moved down. In the same way, by pressing SW384 once, the LED [3] indicates "+1"...
  • Page 277: Adjusting Paddle Height

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Paddle Height > Procedure 5-101 Adjusting Paddle Height ■ Procedure 1) Set DIP SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as shown in the figure below. This adjustment is to be executed if any of followings occurs; tray stack failure due to thin paper, staple alignment failure.
  • Page 278 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Paddle Height > Procedure 5-102 3) Pressing switch SW383 [1] or SW384 [2] determines adjustment level. 4) Press switch SW385 [1] again to complete this adjustment. By pressing SW383 once, the LED [3] indicates "-1" and the paddle position [4] is moved down.
  • Page 279: Adjustment In The Case Of Failure In Stacking Performance Of Tray (upper Curl)

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjustment in the Case of Failure in Stacking Performance of Tray (upper curl) > Procedure 5-103 Adjustment in the Case of Failure in Stacking ■ Procedure Performance of Tray (upper curl) 1) Set DIP SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as shown in the figure below. Execute this adjustment in the case of failure in tray stacking (upper curl) as shown in the figure below or replacing the finisher controller PCB or when trailing edge of paper is soiled.
  • Page 280 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjustment in the Case of Failure in Stacking Performance of Tray (upper curl) > Procedure 5-104 3) Pressing push switch SW384 [1] once displays "+1" on the LED [2]. SW382 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER F-5-244 4) Press switch SW385 [1] again to complete this adjustment.
  • Page 281: Adjustment In The Case Of Failure In Stacking Performance Of Tray (lower Curl)

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjustment in the Case of Failure in Stacking Performance of Tray (lower curl) > Procedure 5-105 Adjustment in the Case of Failure in Stacking ■ Procedure Performance of Tray (lower curl) 1) Set DIP SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as shown in the figure below. Execute this adjustment in the case of failure in tray stacking (lower curl) as shown in the figure below or replacing the finisher controller PCB.
  • Page 282 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjustment in the Case of Failure in Stacking Performance of Tray (lower curl) > Procedure 5-106 3) Pressing push switch SW384 [1] twice displays "+2" on the LED [2]. SW382 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER F-5-249 4) Press switch SW385 [1] again to complete this adjustment.
  • Page 283: Adjustment In The Case Of Failure In Stacking Performance Of Tray (run-on Of Paper When Using Thin Paper)

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjustment in the Case of Failure in Stacking Performance of Tray (run-on of paper when using thin paper) > Procedure 5-107 Adjustment in the Case of Failure in Stacking ■ Procedure Performance of Tray (run-on of paper when using thin 1) Set DIP SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as shown in the figure below.
  • Page 284 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjustment in the Case of Failure in Stacking Performance of Tray (run-on of paper when using thin paper) > Procedure 5-108 3) Pressing push switch SW384 [1] once displays "+1" on the LED [2]. SW382 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385...
  • Page 285: Adjustment In The Case Of Canceling Limit For Tray Stack

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjustment in the Case of Canceling Limit for Tray Stack > Procedure 5-109 Adjustment in the Case of Canceling Limit for Tray ■ Preparations Stack 1) Turn ON the power of the finisher. 2) Turn ON the power of the host machine to be on to be on standby. Execute this adjustment in the case of canceling the limit for tray stacking of coated paper or extra-length paper or replacing the finisher controller PCB.
  • Page 286 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjustment in the Case of Canceling Limit for Tray Stack > Procedure 5-110 2) Press switch SW385 [1] so that this adjustment is ready now. 4) Press switch SW385 [1] again to complete this adjustment. SW382 SW382 SW381...
  • Page 287: Adjusting Alignment For Saddle Stapling

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Alignment for Saddle Stapling 5-111 Adjusting Alignment for Saddle Stapling 3) Remove the saddle inner cover (lower) [1]. • 4 screws [2] • 1 knob [3] CAUTION: Do not touch the drive parts because the finisher works without the covers during checking for this adjustment.
  • Page 288 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Alignment for Saddle Stapling 5-112 9) Follow the feed guide [2] to set the paper (A3 or LDR) [1]. (Be sure to push in the paper 11) Press switch SW385 [1] once so that stapling (saddle delivery) is ready now. until it touches the positioning plate).
  • Page 289 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Alignment for Saddle Stapling 5-113 13) Press switch SW383 [1] several times to execute folding and delivery of paper. 15) Loosen the 2 screws [1] that secure the saddle stapler. SW382 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER F-5-270 16) Adjust tilt of the saddle stapler according to the displacement amount of stapling position.
  • Page 290: Adjusting Engagement/disengagement Position Of Saddle Disengagement Roller

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Engagement/Disengagement Position of Saddle Disengagement Roller > Procedure 5-114 Adjusting Engagement/Disengagement Position of ■ Procedure Saddle Disengagement Roller 1) Set DIP SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as shown in the figure below. Execute this adjustment in the case of significant displacement in stapling position.
  • Page 291 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Engagement/Disengagement Position of Saddle Disengagement Roller > Procedure 5-115 3) Pressing switch SW383 [1] or SW384 [2] determines adjustment level. By pressing SW383 once, the LED [3] indicates "-1" and the pressure applied to the disengagement roller [1] is reduced (the disengagement roller is moved in A direction).
  • Page 292: Adjusting Feeding Distance Of Saddle Disengagement Roller

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Feeding Distance of Saddle Disengagement Roller > Procedure 5-116 Adjusting Feeding Distance of Saddle Disengagement ■ Procedure Roller 1) Set DIP SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as shown in the figure below. Execute this adjustment in the case of displacement in staple position. NOTE: SW382 Executing this adjustment enables to extend feeding time of paper that is executed...
  • Page 293 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Feeding Distance of Saddle Disengagement Roller > Procedure 5-117 3) Pressing switch SW383 [1] or SW384 [2] determines adjustment level. By pressing SW384 once, the LED [3] indicates "+1" and feeding distance of the paper is increased as shown in the figure below (+direction).
  • Page 294: Adjusting Side Registration Of Saddle

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Side Registration of Saddle > Procedure 5-118 Adjusting Side Registration of Saddle ■ Procedure Execute this adjustment in the case of frequent jam with the saddle stack guide. 1) Set DIP SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as shown in the figure below. NOTE: The cause of jam is because the edge of feeding paper is caught in the hole of this guide due to displacement of the saddle stack guide.
  • Page 295 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Side Registration of Saddle > Procedure 5-119 3) Go through the following steps to calculate displacement amount of the saddle stack guide. 3-3) Lift the upper cover [1] in the arrow direction to remove the inner cover (upper) [2]. 3-1) Open the front cover [1].
  • Page 296 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Side Registration of Saddle > Procedure 5-120 3-5) Determine the actual measurement value (distance between the feed front side 5) Pressing switch SW383 [1] or SW384 [2] determines adjustment level. plate and the saddle front side plate) using a scale. By pressing SW383 once, the LED [3] indicates "-1"...
  • Page 297: Setting Of Pressless Mode

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Setting of Pressless Mode > Procedure 5-121 Setting of Pressless Mode 2) Press switch SW385 [1] so that this adjustment is ready now. Execute this adjustment to eliminate paper wrinkle. SW382 Adjusting method is as follows: ■...
  • Page 298: Adjusting Delivery Angle

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Delivery Angle > Preparations 5-122 Adjusting Delivery Angle <When trailing edge leaning occurred> * Trailing edge leaning: A stacking failure which occurs when trailing edge of paper to be This adjustment is executed at poor stackability due to curled paper or take-up feed of paper delivered is caught at the delivery outlet depending on the delivery angle.
  • Page 299: Procedure

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Delivery Angle > Procedure 5-123 ■ Procedure 3) Press push switch SW384 [1] to execute setting. 1) Set DIP SW382 [1] on the switch PCB as shown in the figure below. SW382 SW381 SW382 SW383 SW384 SW385 SW381...
  • Page 300: Setting Of Tray Speed

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Setting of Tray Speed > Procedure 5-124 Setting of Tray Speed <In the case of upper curl, When trailing edge leaning occurred> Execute this adjustment in the case of abnormal sound when the tray is moved up/down. Adjusting method is as follows: ■...
  • Page 301 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Setting of Tray Speed > Procedure 5-125 2) Press switch SW385 [1] so that this adjustment is ready now. 4) Press switch SW385 [1] again to complete this adjustment. SW382 SW382 SW381 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER...
  • Page 302: Changing Lower Delivery Mode

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Changing Lower Delivery Mode > Procedure 5-126 Changing Lower Delivery Mode 2) Press switch SW385 [1] so that this adjustment is ready now. Execute this adjustment in the case of abnormal sound when the tray is moved up/down. SW382 Adjusting method is as follows: ■...
  • Page 303 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Changing Lower Delivery Mode > Procedure 5-127 3) Press push switch SW384 [1] to execute setting. 4) Press switch SW385 [1] again to complete this adjustment. • 0: Normal mode • 1: Forcible 1 sheet through delivery mode (all) SW382 •...
  • Page 304: Setting Of Stop-less Stacking

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Setting of Stop-less Stacking > Procedure 5-128 Setting of Stop-less Stacking 2) Press switch SW385 [1] so that this adjustment is ready now. Execute this adjustment to eliminate paper wrinkle. SW382 Adjusting method is as follows: ■...
  • Page 305: Adjusting Hole Positions In Feeding Direction

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Adjusting Hole Positions in Feeding Direction 5-129 Adjusting Hole Positions in Feeding Direction 4) Loosen the screw [1] to adjust position of the stopper plate [3] by following the scale of the engraved line [2]. Execute this adjustment to adjust the punch hole position at paper edge.
  • Page 306: Upper/lower Neat Paddle Position Adjustment

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Upper/Lower Neat Paddle position adjustment > Procedure 5-130 Upper/Lower Neat Paddle position adjustment ■ Procedure 1) Set DIP SW382 [1] on the Switch PCB as shown in the figure below. This adjustment is executed when stacking failure occurs on the Upper Tray or Lower Tray as shown in the figure below (paper displacement in the feed direction).
  • Page 307 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Upper/Lower Neat Paddle position adjustment > Procedure 5-131 3) By pressing the Push Switch SW383 [1] or SW384 [2], mode can be selected. <Adjusting the Upper Neat Paddle [1] Position> Every time SW384 [2] is pressed, "0: Upper Neat Paddle/1: Lower Neat Paddle" is displayed on the LED [3].
  • Page 308 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Upper/Lower Neat Paddle position adjustment > Procedure 5-132 5) Press the Push Switch SW385 [1] to complete the adjustment of Neat Paddle position. SW382 SW381 SW383 SW384 SW385 ENTER F-5-327 5-132 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Upper/Lower Neat Paddle position adjustment > Procedure...
  • Page 309: Preparations

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Punch skew tolerance adjustment mode > Procedure 5-133 Punch skew tolerance adjustment mode NOTE: By executing this adjustment, hole position accuracy improves. On the other hand, to Execute the adjustment in the following cases. prioritize productivity over skew correction, skew correction amount can be adjusted •...
  • Page 310 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Punch skew tolerance adjustment mode > Procedure 5-134 2) Press the Push Switch SW385 [1] to complete preparation for the adjustment. 4) Press the Push Switch SW385 [1] to determine skew correction amount, and complete the adjustment.
  • Page 311: Preparations

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Process Tray alignment operation adjustment mode with A4R/LTRR size paper > Procedure 5-135 Process Tray alignment operation adjustment mode ■ Procedure with A4R/LTRR size paper 1) Set DIP SW382 [1] on the Switch PCB as shown in the figure below. Execute the adjustment in the following cases.
  • Page 312: Preparations

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Side registration position fine adjustment mode (shift amount change) > Preparations 5-136 Side registration position fine adjustment mode (shift 3) By pressing the Push Switch SW383 [1] or SW384 [2], mode can be selected. Every time SW384 [2] is pressed, "0: Deliver as a stack after aligning on the Process amount change) Tray/1: Deliver as a stack without aligning on the Process Tray"...
  • Page 313: Procedure

    Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Side registration position fine adjustment mode (shift amount change) > Procedure 5-137 ■ Procedure 3) By pressing the Push Switch SW383 [1] or SW384 [2], mode can be selected. Every time SW384 [2] is pressed, "A: Mode setting/B: Adjustment value setting" is displayed 1) Set DIP SW382 [1] on the Switch PCB as shown in the figure below.
  • Page 314 Adjustment > Auxiliary Adjustment > Side registration position fine adjustment mode (shift amount change) > Procedure 5-138 7) Press the Push Switch SW383 [1] or SW384 [2], and display "B" on LED [3] (select the <In the case of shifting to the rear side> adjustment value setting mode).
  • Page 315: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting ■ Upgrading Troubleshooting...
  • Page 316 Troubleshooting > Upgrading > Upgrading Upgrading Upgrading Perform upgrade of this machine by connecting a copy machine. Refer to the service manual of imagePRESS C7000 Series for a detailed procedure. Troubleshooting > Upgrading > Upgrading...
  • Page 317: Drive/sensor Check

    Troubleshooting > Drive/Sensor check > Motor,Solenoid Drive/Sensor check DIPSW(SW382) Name details On - On - Front alignment After pressing ENTER to start the Motor,Solenoid motor motor, use +/- to move 20 mm. Press ENTER again to terminate the motor (Home). DIPSW(SW382) Name details...
  • Page 318 Troubleshooting > Drive/Sensor check > Motor,Solenoid DIPSW(SW382) Name details DIPSW(SW382) Name details On - On - On - Staple clinch On - On - Lower Delivery Fan After pressing ENTER to start the fan, use +/- to operate it in units of On - On On - Horizontal...
  • Page 319 Troubleshooting > Drive/Sensor check > Motor,Solenoid DIPSW(SW382) Name details DIPSW(SW382) Name details On - On - On M203 "Upper Neat Stack After pressing ENTER to start the On On - On M105 Saddle paper push- After pressing ENTER to start the M206 Unit Rear Alignment motor, use + to select upper or lower...
  • Page 320: Sensor

    Troubleshooting > Drive/Sensor check > Sensor Sensor DIPSW(SW382) Name details On On On - On On M111 Saddle trailing edge After pressing ENTER to start the moving motor motor, use +/- to move in units of 20 DIPSW(SW382) mm in the range of 0 to 80 mm. Press ENTER again to terminate the motor (Home).
  • Page 321 Troubleshooting > Drive/Sensor check > Sensor DIPSW(SW382) DIPSW(SW382) T-6-6 T-6-10 display Name Blinking display Name Blinking PS21 Paddle lift HP sensor Other than HP PS101 Saddle inlet sensor Paper present Paper absent PS44 Swing guide HP sensor Other than HP PS112 Saddle delivery sub tray paper sensor Other than HP...
  • Page 322 Troubleshooting > Drive/Sensor check > Sensor DIPSW(SW382) On On On T-6-14 display Name Blinking Connected Not connected T-6-15 DIPSW(SW382) T-6-16 display Name Blinking UN13 Buffer path 1 sensor PCB UN14 Buffer path 2 sensor PCB UN22 Lower path sensor PCB UN24 Horizontal registration sensor PCB UN24...
  • Page 323: Installation

    Installation ■ How to check this Installation Procedure ■ Checking Before Installation ■ Unpacking and Checking the Contents ■ Installation Procedure ■ Making Adjustments ■ Operation Check F-7-1 ■ Machine Relocation Work Installation...
  • Page 324: When Using The Parts Included In The Package

    Installation > Product Name How to check this Installation Procedure Product Name Safety regulations require the product's name to be registered. In some regions where this product is sold, the following names may be registered instead. When Using the Parts included in the package •...
  • Page 325: Checking Before Installation

    Installation > Checking Before Installation > Checking the Unpacking Space Checking Before Installation 2) The following space is needed in the case of using slope board. • Palette • Slope Checking the Unpacking Space • Equipment Dimension deseribed in the figure below indicates minimum space needed for installation Palette Slope Equipment...
  • Page 326: Checking The Contents

    Installation > Checking the Contents Checking the Contents [1]*1 Finisher Latch Plate (Front) Latch Plate (Rear) Postioning Pin Card Spacer Delivery Guide Up [10] [11] [13] Delivery Guide Down Screw (P tightening;M4x12) ARCNET Cable [10] Coaxial Connector [11] Shant Cable [12] Wire Saddle [13]*2...
  • Page 327: Unpacking Procedure

    Installation > Unpacking Procedure Unpacking Procedure 3) Remove the packing material on the top of this equipment and bring down the plastic to the bottorn. 1) Remove the packaging box. Packing Material 2) Take the included package out. CAUTION: To unpack the Host Mashine, depends on the holding position, can cause the transformation of the Host Machine, or even breakage.
  • Page 328 Installation > Unpacking Procedure 5) Lift the other side as well and remove the packaging and plastic materials. 7) Remove the 2 pin attached to the backside of the slope plates with tape. Pins F-7-12 Plastic Material Packing Material 8) Turn the slope plates over. Fit the plalettes to the pin hples on the slope plates and insert F-7-10 yhe 2 pins.
  • Page 329: Turning Off The Power Switch

    Installation > Turning OFF the Power Switch Turning OFF the Power Switch 9) Along the slope, slide the equip carefull from the palette. CAUTION: Check Items when Turning OFF the Main Power Check that the main power is OFF. 1) Turning off the Main Power Supply Switch of the Host Machine. 2) Check that the display on the Control Panel and the Main Power Supply Lamp are turned off before disconnecting the outlet.
  • Page 330: Installation Procedure

    Installation > Installation Procedure > Before Installing the Finisher Installation Procedure NOTE: Step 3) and 4) are needed to be performed only for the Saddle Stitch Finisher. Before Installing the Finisher 3) Pull out the Saddle Unit and remove the packing tapes. 1) Remove all the tapes and cardboards attached to the equipment.
  • Page 331 Installation > Installation Procedure > Before Installing the Finisher 5) Remove the Screw on the Latch Plate (Front). (The removed Screw will be used when 7) Remove the screw on the Latch Plate (Rear) and bring the hinge down toward the front. (The connecting the upstream equipment.) removed Screw will be used when connecting the upstream equipment.) Latch Plate (Rear)
  • Page 332: Connecting With The Host Machine

    Installation > Installation Procedure > Connecting with the Host Machine 7-10 Connecting with the Host Machine NOTE: The following procedure is required only when options other than the Host machine are connected. CAUTION: Be sure the power of the Host Machine is turned OFF and the Power Plug is disconnected from the outlet.
  • Page 333 Installation > Installation Procedure > Connecting with the Host Machine 7-11 2) Remove 3 Face Plates. 3) On the Host machine's upper left side cover, install the Latch Plate (Front) Latch Plate (Rear). • 4 Screws (RS tightening; M4x10) CAUTION: Confirm the engraved mark on each Latch Plate when attaching.
  • Page 334 Installation > Installation Procedure > Connecting with the Host Machine 7-12 4) Fit the positioning pin. 7) Lock the Latch Plate (Front). Then, fit the positioning pin on the machine side to the • 2 Screws (RS tightening; M4x10) Finisher's positioning hole.Connect the Finisher with the machine. <Front side>...
  • Page 335 Installation > Installation Procedure > Connecting with the Host Machine 7-13 8) Fix the front Latch Plate (Front). Lift up the rear Latch Base (Rear) to fit the pin and fix it. • 1 Screw (Use the Screw removed in the step 5) of "Before Installing Finisher" ) •...
  • Page 336 Installation > Installation Procedure > Connecting with the Host Machine 7-14 Check the height between Finisher and the Host Machine. CAUTION: Height difference should be within +/-2 mm. Execute "Height Adjustment" if the difference is +/-2 mm or more. Host Machine Finisher F-7-32 Install the Shunt Cable.
  • Page 337: Connecting With The Professional Puncher Integration Unit

    Installation > Installation Procedure > Connecting with the Professional Puncher Integration Unit 7-15 Connecting with the Professional Puncher Integration Unit CAUTION: Be sure the power of the Host Machine is turned OFF and the Power Plug is disconnected from the outlet. Latch Plate (Rear) Latch Plate (Front) 1) Attach the Latch Plate (Front) and Latch Plate (Rear) to the left side of the Integration unit...
  • Page 338 Installation > Installation Procedure > Connecting with the Professional Puncher Integration Unit 7-16 <Rear side> 2) Install positioning Screw. • 2 Screws (RS tighting; M4x10) Positioning Positioning Pin Hole F-7-37 4) Fix the Latch Base (Front). • 1 Screw (Use the Screw removed in the step 5) of "Before Installing Finisher" ) F-7-35 3) Lock the Latch Plate (Front) to the cover.
  • Page 339 Installation > Installation Procedure > Connecting with the Professional Puncher Integration Unit 7-17 5) Close the Front Cover of the Finisher. 8) Install the Rear Small Cover. 6) Move the Latch Plate (Rear) on the direction of the arrow and insert it to the pin to fix it. •...
  • Page 340: Connecting With The Paper Folding Unit

    Installation > Installation Procedure > Connecting with the Paper Folding Unit 7-18 Connecting with the Paper Folding Unit 2) Fit the positioning pin. • 2 Screws (RS tightening; M4x10) CAUTION: Be sure the power of the Host Machine is turned OFF and the Power Plug is disconnected from the outlet.
  • Page 341 Installation > Installation Procedure > Connecting with the Paper Folding Unit 7-19 CAUTION: 4) Lock the Latch Plate (Front) to the cover. Then, fit the positioning pin of the Paper Folding When connecting the inner side, take caution not to get the cable pinched. Unit to the positioning plate hole on the Finisher to connect.
  • Page 342 Installation > Installation Procedure > Connecting with the Paper Folding Unit 7-20 7) Move the Latch Mount (Rear) in the direction of the arrow and insert it to the pin to fix it. 9) Insert the connector to the Finisher Controller PCB, and fix the cable. •...
  • Page 343: Connecting With The Document Insertion Unit

    Installation > Installation Procedure > Connecting with the Document Insertion Unit 7-21 Connecting with the Document Insertion Unit Install the Rear Cover. • 8 Screws CAUTION: Be sure the power of the Host Machine is turned OFF and the Power Plug is disconnected from the outlet.
  • Page 344 Installation > Installation Procedure > Connecting with the Document Insertion Unit 7-22 <Rear side> 2) Install positioning Screw. • 2 Screws (RS tighting; M4x10) Positioning Pin Hole F-7-57 Positioning Pin 4) Secure the Latch Plate (Front). • 1 Screw (Use the Screw removed in the step 5) of "Before Installing Finisher" ) F-7-55 3) Lock the Latch Base (Front) to the cover.
  • Page 345 Installation > Installation Procedure > Connecting with the Document Insertion Unit 7-23 5) Close the Front Cover of the Finisher. 8) Install the Rear Small Cover. 6) Move the Latch Mount (Rear) on the direction of the arrow and insert it to the pin to fix it. •...
  • Page 346: Connecting Cable

    Installation > Installation Procedure > Connecting Cable 7-24 Connecting Cable 2) Connect the ARKNET Cable to the terminal at the back of the Host machine, and then rotate the knob in the direction of the arrow to fix. NOTE: This item is also variably connected to other option machine, but as an example, in this case, it is connected to the Host machine.
  • Page 347 Installation > Installation Procedure > Connecting Cable 7-25 4) Connect the ARKNET Cable to the terminal of the Finisher, and turn the knob in the 6) Bundle the ARKNET Cable with the Wire Saddle. direction of the arrow to secure. <If connected to Host Machine>...
  • Page 348 Installation > Installation Procedure > Connecting Cable 7-26 <If connected to Paper Folding unit> 7) Connect the power cable to the Finisher. Wire Saddles CAUTION: Make sure that the power cord is fully connected to the outlet. If the connection is not right, an accident causing the smoke or fire may occur. ARCNET Cable CAUTION: Note for Europe, Asia/Oceania Regions Use the correct power cord to mach the location/area of installation.
  • Page 349: Checking Connection

    Installation > Installation Procedure > Checking Connection 7-27 Checking Connection 1) Input connection step of Finisher. Service Mode (Level 1) > COPIER > OPTION > ACCPST-D > ACC1 to 8 NOTE: In the case of directly connecting to the Host machine, enter "1" and press "OK". 2) Exit from Service Mode 3) Turn OFF the Main Power Switch of the machine and Finisher.
  • Page 350: Making Adjustments

    Installation > Making Adjustments > Height Adjustment > Checking the height 7-28 Making Adjustments 3) If the difference exceeds +/-2 mm range, adjust the height. NOTE: Height Adjustment Adjust the height with 4 casters as shown in the figure. Depending on the floor condition of the installation site, the hight of the Finisher needs to be adjusted.
  • Page 351: Height Adjustment

    Installation > Making Adjustments > Height Adjustment > Height Adjustment 7-29 ■ Height Adjustment 3) In the case of the Saddle Finisher, remove the Saddle Inner Cover (lower). • 1 Screw 1) Separate the Finisher from the Host Machine. • 1 knob •...
  • Page 352 Installation > Making Adjustments > Height Adjustment > Height Adjustment 7-30 5) Remove the Rear Cover. 7) Loosen the caster's fixing nut with the spanner in the direction of [A]. • 2 Screws (Loosen) Fixing Nut • 6 Screws Spanner F-7-79 CAUTION: When loosening the caster fixing nut at the front side of the Saddle Finisher, be sure to...
  • Page 353 Installation > Making Adjustments > Height Adjustment > Height Adjustment 7-31 8) Rotate the adjusting bolt with the spaner . Adjust the height (that was measured in step 6)) to be within 86.3 +/-0.3 mm. • To increase the height: rotate in the direction of [A] •...
  • Page 354: Attaching The Labels Etc

    Installation > Attaching the Labels etc > Affixing the Labels 7-32 Attaching the Labels etc 3) Install the Staple Label inside the Front Cover. • 4 Claws Affixing the Labels Claw 1) Open the Finisher Front Cover. Claw Staple Label F-7-85 4) Affix over the LED Lamp Label (EUR only).
  • Page 355 Installation > Attaching the Labels etc > Affixing the Labels 7-33 5) Pull out the Saddle Unit. F-7-87 6) Affix the Saddle Return Attention Label according to the location over the existing ones. Saddle Return Attention Label F-7-88 7) Put the Saddle Unit back. 8) Close the Front Cover of the Finisher.
  • Page 356: Relocationg The Machine

    Installation > Relocationg the Machine > A NOTE on moving the machine 7-34 Relocationg the Machine A NOTE on moving the machine Caution: If the machine the moved in connected condition, it will burden the part where it is connected, and might cause damage or form changed Hence be sure to move it in dissemble condition.
  • Page 357: Appendix

    Appendix ■ Service Tools ■ Solvents and Oils ■ List of Signals ■ General Circuit Diagram...
  • Page 358 Appendix Appendix > Service Tools Service Tools The followings are the required tools to perform the service operation. Tool name Tool number Usage/remarks Door switch tool FY9-8006 Front door switch ON T-8-1 Appendix Appendix > Service Tools...
  • Page 359 Appendix Appendix > Solvents and Oils Solvents and Oils Name Description Composition Remarks Vic Clean Cleaning: Hydrocarbon (fluorine • Do not bring near fire. e.g., glass, plastic, rubber family), Alcohol, • Procure locally. parts, external covers Surface activating • Isopropyl alcohol may be agent, Water substituted.
  • Page 360: List Of Signals (finisher)

    Appendix Appendix > List of Signals > List of Signals (finisher) List of Signals Notation Signal name BUFF-M-Clk buffer motor clock signal BUFF-M-CW buffer motor drive signal List of Signals (finisher) BUFF-M-IA buffer motor current switch signal 1 BUFF-M-IB buffer motor current switch signal 2 BUFF-PASS-SEN* buffer path sensor detection signal BUFF-SL-ON...
  • Page 361 Appendix Appendix > List of Signals > List of Signals (finisher) Notation Signal name Notation Signal name OTRY-HP-SEN stack delivery auxiliary tray home position SIDEREJI-M-ILB horizontal registration detection unit shift motor detection signal current switch signal 2 OTRY-M-A stack delivery auxiliary tray motor drive signal A SIDEREJI-SEN* horizontal registration sensor detection signal OTRY-M-B...
  • Page 362: List Of Signals (saddle)

    Appendix Appendix > List of Signals > List Of Signals (saddle) List Of Signals (saddle) Notation Signal name STAPLE-HP-SEN saddle stapling home position detection signal STAPLE-LS2 saddle staple detection signal 2 STOPPER-HP-SEN saddle lead edge stopper home position detection Notation Signal name signal BUNDLE-DELIVERY-SEN...
  • Page 363 General Circuit Diagram ● General Circuit Diagram (Finisher 1/7) 200V-EU FT1012 Inlet FT1013 UN12 J1012 J1011 SOLD1 FT1008 FT1014 J471 AC noise filter PCB SOLD2 FT1007 FT1017 SOLD3 FT1016 FT1018 J474 J473 J472 J1013 J1014F Circuit breaker MT1004 MT1005 GN/Y J1001M FT1019 FT1021...
  • Page 364 ● General Circuit Diagram (Finisher 2/7) Finisher controller PCB J129 J127 J156 J161 J128 J522D J2594D 12 11 10 9 J522DH J2594LH J522L J2594L J525D J524D J539D J525DH J520D J526D J2595DH J638 J519D J518D J525L J520LH J526LH J539LH J524LH J2595D J539L J524L J515...
  • Page 365 ● General Circuit Diagram (Finisher 3/7) Inlet roller disengage motor PS43 Inlet roller J3000D HP sensor Inlet sensor J159 ASSIST-R3-SL Finisher controller PCB +24V J542L PS24 J542DH J544 Paper trailing edge Lower Saddle path J3102 drop guide HP sensor J542D delivery sensor J125 J126...
  • Page 366 8-10 ● General Circuit Diagram (Finisher 4/7) Finisher controller PCB J145 J106 J140 J152 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 J615D J623D J633D J2597DH J615DH J623DH 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 J633DH J2597D J615L...
  • Page 367 8-11 ● General Circuit Diagram (Finisher 5/7) Finisher controller PCB J122 J139 J121 J111 J141 J123 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 J620D J680 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 J620DH...
  • Page 368 8-12 ● General Circuit Diagram (Finisher 6/7) J109B J109A J108B J108A Finisher controller PCB B15 A15 B18 A18 J109WH J108WH MT1012 MT1013 MT1014 MT1015 J2535 J703 J702 J2533 J2534 J292A J2544 J704 J705 J2541 J2542 J2543 J292B UN10 UN11 Tray A motor driver PCB Tray B motor driver PCB PS48 PS35...
  • Page 369 8-13 ● General Circuit Diagram (Finisher 7/7) Finisher controller PCB J151 J150 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 J501 J502 UN201 J505 Neat Driver PCB J506 J504 J503 J2507D 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 J2519DH 13 12 11 10 9...
  • Page 370 8-14 ● General Circuit Diagram (Saddle 1/1) M104 M113 M101 M114 PS122 PS107 PS101 PS108 PS118 PS103 Saddle roller Saddle tapping Saddle feed motor Saddle lead-in roller Saddle lead-in Saddle roller Saddle Saddle paper Saddle paper Saddle M109 guide motor motor disengage motor PS110...

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