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September 17, 2012
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Cassette Feeding Unit-AD2
Service Manual
Specifications
Technology
Parts Replacement Procedure
Maintenance
Installation
Appendix
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  • Page 1 September 17, 2012 Revision 0 Cassette Feeding Unit-AD2 Service Manual Specifications Technology Parts Replacement Procedure Maintenance Installation Appendix...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Removing the Cassette Feed Roller ------------------------------------------ 3-3 Contents Removing the Separation Roller ----------------------------------------------- 3-4 Removing the Pickup Roller ----------------------------------------------------- 3-4 Removing the Pickup Assembly Idler Gear --------------------------------- 3-5 Removing the Cassette 3 Pickup Unit ---------------------------------------- 3-5 Safety Precautions Removing the Cassette Size Detection Unit -------------------------------- 3-7 Removing the Pickup Motor ----------------------------------------------------- 3-8 Notes Before it Works Serving ---------------------------------------------0-4 Removing the Pedestal Controll PCB ---------------------------------------- 3-9...
  • Page 3 Special Tools --------------------------------------------------------------------------- II General Circuit Diagram -------------------------------------------------------III General Circuit Diagram (1/3) ---------------------------------------------------- III General Circuit Diagram(2/3) ----------------------------------------------------- IV General Circuit Diagram(3/3) ------------------------------------------------------V...
  • Page 4: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions ■ Notes Before it Works Serving...
  • Page 5: Notes Before It Works Serving

    Notes Before it Works Serving Caution At servicing, be sure to turn off the power source according to the specified steps and disconnect the power plug. Caution Do not turn off the power switch (of the host machine) when downloading is under way. Turning off the main power switch while downloading is under way can disable the machine.
  • Page 6: Specifications

    Specifications ■ Specifications ■ Names of Parts Specifications...
  • Page 7: External View

    Specifications > Specification > Names of Parts > Cross-Section View Specification Names of Parts ■ External View Specifications External Cover ■ Specifications Left cover Right lower cover Upper tray cover Right rear cover Specification Item Remarks Lower tray cover Rear cover Paper storage method Front loading method Right front cover Connector cover Pickup method Separation retard method...
  • Page 8: Technology

    Technology ■ Basic Configuration ■ Pickup/Feed System ■ JAM Detection ■ Power supply Technology...
  • Page 9 Technology > Function > Basic Configuration > Sensor / Solenoid Function Basic Configuration ■ Sensor / Solenoid Cassette 3 Cassette 3 Retry sensor(PS8) paper presence sensor(PS2) Cassette 4 Retry sensor(PS9) Cassette 3 pickup solenoid(SL1) Cassette 3 paper level sensorA(PS4) Cassette 3 paper level sensor B(PS5) Cassette 4 pickup solenoid(SL2) Cassette 4 paper level sensor B(PS7) Cassette 4 Cassette 4...
  • Page 10: Overview

    Technology > Function > Pickup/Feed System > Sequence ■ Sequence Pickup/Feed System ■ Overview Print start PRINT Papers in the cassette are lifted up with the Lifter Plate. At pickup, the Pickup Roller picks up a paper by coming down and contact with paper surface. Cassette 3 pickup motor (M1) The Pickup Roller comes down when the Pickup Solenoide turns ON.
  • Page 11 Technology > Function > Pickup/Feed System > Paper Size Detection ■ Paper Size Detection Cassette size switch A At the cassette pickup assembly, since the feed speed is increased, detection cannot catch Rear detection up with it. Thus, delay and stationary jam detection are not executed at the Cassette 1 Pre- rink Registration Sensor.
  • Page 12 Overall Tub paper Overall Pre-punched paper Overall OK Prince Joshitsu Especially thin paper, 52 gsm etc. Canon Europe Canon Recycled 80 Overall (Vision Classic White) Canon Europe Canon High Grade Especially heavy paper 220/250 gsm etc. (Mondi Business Paper) Canon Digital Office Colour (Stora Especially heavy paper 160 gsm etc.
  • Page 13 Technology > Function > Pickup/Feed System > Paper Size Detection ● Method of Setting Special Paper ● Cassette Heater Control • Service mode This heater is controlled to keep constant internal temperature. Basically, when the COPIER > OPTION > CST > CSTX-UY > Setting number Environment Switch is ON, the heater is ON regardless of ON/OFF of the main power except X: Cassette number, Y: Size category (X: 1 to 4, Y: 1 to 4) for during printing.
  • Page 14: Paper Level Sensor

    Technology > Function > Pickup/Feed System > Paper level sensor ■ Paper level sensor If the paper is full Cassette paper level sensor A Paper level in a cassette is detected with the sensor indicated below. Cassette paper level sensor B Paper Cassette 3 Cassette 4 Paper level sensor A Paper level sensor B Paper sensor T-2-5...
  • Page 15: Jam Detection

    Technology > Function > JAM Detection > Door open JAM ■ Stationary JAM Paper level Paper level Paperl Paper level Display sensor A sensor B sensor In case that the corresponding sensor is not turned ON within the specified time after it is 100% to 50% turned ON. F-2-8 50% to 50 sheets Start kye ON 50 sheet or less Print start no paper INTR PRINT T-2-6 L + A...
  • Page 16: Power Supply

    Technology > Function > Power supply > Power connection with each option When power is turned ON, the connected equipment supplies 24VDC and 5VDC to the Power supply Pedestal Controller PCB. ■ Power connection with each option 24VDC is used to drive the motor and solenoid. 5VDC is used to drive the sensor and IC. In addition, 24VDC and 5VDC are supplied to the Paper Deck Unit B1 via the equipment.
  • Page 17: Parts Replacement Procedure

    ■ Removing the Cassette 3 Parts Pickup Unit Replacement ■ Removing the Cassette Size Detection Unit Procedure ■ Removing the Pickup Motor ■ Remove from the host ■ Removing the Pedestal machine Controll PCB ■ Removing the Cassette ■ Removing the Pedestal Feed Roller Right Cover ■...
  • Page 18: Parts Replacement

    Parts Replacement Procedure > Parts Replacement > Remove from the host machine 2) Remove the 5 connecters Parts Replacement Remove from the host machine Connectors Before removing the host machine • Remove the Connecter Cover Connectors F-3-3 3) Remove the Connecting Fixture • 1 screw F-3-1 How to remove 1) Remove the 5 harness from the guides F-3-4 Guides F-3-2...
  • Page 19: Removing The Cassette Feed Roller

    Parts Replacement Procedure > Parts Replacement > Removing the Cassette Feed Roller Removing the Cassette Feed Roller Note: • Weight of the machine is 175kg at maximum, so when lifting this machine, be sure to Before removing the Cassette Feed Roller • Remove the Cassette work in a group of 4 or more people to lift horizontally. • Open the Pedestal right cover • Be careful since the center of gravity is put toward the rear side when lifting the machine.
  • Page 20: Removing The Separation Roller

    Parts Replacement Procedure > Parts Replacement > Removing the Pickup Roller Removing the Separation Roller Removing the Pickup Roller Before removing the Separation Roller Before removing the Cassette Pickup Roller • Remove the Cassette • Remove the Cassette • Open the Pedestal right cover • Open the pedestal right cover How to remove How to remove MEMO:...
  • Page 21: Removing The Pickup Assembly Idler Gear

    Parts Replacement Procedure > Parts Replacement > Removing the Cassette 3 Pickup Unit Removing the Pickup Assembly Idler Gear Removing the Cassette 3 Pickup Unit Before removing the Pickup Assembly Idler Gear Before removing the Cassette 3 Pickup Unit • Remove the Cassette • Remove the Right Front Cover • Open the Pedestal right cover • 1 screw • Remove the Pickup Roller • Remove the Feed Roller...
  • Page 22 Parts Replacement Procedure > Parts Replacement > Removing the Cassette 3 Pickup Unit 2) Remove the Right Rear Cover MEMO: • 1 screw When connecting from host machine, remove the cassette 1 and cassette 2. 1) Pull out cassette 1 and cassette 2 and remove the Right Front over 3. • 1 screw F-3-12 Right front cover 3 How to remove...
  • Page 23: Removing The Cassette Size Detection Unit

    Parts Replacement Procedure > Parts Replacement > Removing the Cassette Size Detection Unit 1) Remove the Sensor Unit. Removing the Cassette Size Detection Unit • 1 screw • 1 connector Before removing the Cassette Size Detection Unit • Remove the Right Front Cover • 1 harness guide • Remove the Right Rear Cover • Remove the Cassette Pickup Unit Connector How to remove...
  • Page 24: Removing The Pickup Motor

    Parts Replacement Procedure > Parts Replacement > Removing the Pickup Motor 1) Remove the upper pickup motor. Removing the Pickup Motor • 1 connector Before removing the Pickup Motor • 3 screws • Remove the Connector Cover • Remove 5 connectors • Remove Rear Cover • 4 screws • 2 hooks F-3-19 Rear Cover Hooks...
  • Page 25: Removing The Pedestal Controll Pcb

    Parts Replacement Procedure > Parts Replacement > Removing the Pedestal Right Cover Removing the Pedestal Controll PCB Removing the Pedestal Right Cover Before removing the Pedestal Controll PCB Before removing the Pedestal Right Cover • remove the Connector Cover • Open the right pedestal cover • Remove the 5 connectors • Remove the Rear Cover How to remove 1) Lift up lower guide and remove the arm How to remove...
  • Page 26: Maintenance

    Maintenance ■ Periodical maintenance ■ Adjustment ■ Parts Configuration / Role Maintenance...
  • Page 27: Periodically Replacement Parts

    Maintenance > Maintenance > Adjustment > Margin Adjustment Maintenance Adjustment ■ Margin Adjustment Periodical maintenance ● First side; Mechanical Adjsutment ■ Periodically replacement parts 1) Make copies using the Cassette 3 and 4, and check that the left edge margin is 2.5±1.5mm. ● Periodically Replaced Parts Feed direction of paper N / A image...
  • Page 28 Maintenance > Maintenance > Adjustment > Margin Adjustment 4) Loosen the 3 fixing screws. 7) Return the cassette to its original position. MEMO: When the cassette positions are uneven due to the mechanical adjustment, adjust them by loosening the screw at left side. F-4-3 5) Move the adjusting plates back and forth by referring the scale checked in the step 2. As moving the adjusting plate toward the rear by 1 scale, the left edge margin becomes 1mm smaller.
  • Page 29: Parts Configuration / Role

    Maintenance > Maintenance > Parts Configuration / Role > Parts Configuration / Role Parts Configuration / Role ● Second side 1) Make 2-sided copies using the Cassette 4, and check that the left edge margin is ■ Parts Configuration / Role 2.5±2.0mm. FUNCTION Pedestal >PART- Mark Name Part No. Role Feed direction controller PCB of paper Cassette 3 pickup motor FK2-7326 Drive the pickup unit J3006 image...
  • Page 30 Maintenance > Maintenance > Parts Configuration / Role > Parts Configuration / Role Cassette 3 Cassette 3 Pre-registration sensor(PS8) paper presence sensor(PS2) Cassette 4 Pre-registration sensor(PS9) Cassette 3 pickup solenoid(SL1) Cassette 3 paper level sensorA(PS4) Cassette 3 paper level sensor B(PS5) Cassette 4 pickup solenoid(SL2) Cassette 4 paper level sensor B(PS7) Cassette 4 Cassette 4 paper presence sensor(PS3)
  • Page 31: Installation

    Installation ■ How to check this Installation procedure ■ Checking the Contents ■ Installation ■ Adjustment Installation...
  • Page 32: When Using The Parts Included In The Package

    Installation > Checking the Contents How to check this Installation procedure Checking the Contents ■ When using the parts included in the package [1] Cassette Pedestal X 1 [2] Connecting Fixture X 1 A symbol is described on the illustration in the case of using the parts included in the package of this product.
  • Page 33: Check Items When Turning Off The Main Power

    Installation > Unpacking the Equipment Check Items when Turning OFF the Main Power Unpacking the Equipment Check that the main power is OFF. 1) Turning off the Main Power Supply Switch of the Host Machine. 1) Remove the container box. 2) Check that the display on the Control Panel and the Main Power Supply Lamp are turned off before disconnecting the outlet.
  • Page 34 Installation > Unpacking the Equipment 5) Remove all tapes affixed on outside of the equipment. 3) Remove the plastic and the remaining 2 pads by lifting the equipment. NOTE: Tapes affixed on inside of the cassette will be removed in a later step. Plastic F-5-7 4) Lift the equipment and bring it down from pallet. F-5-9 F-5-8 Installation > Unpacking the Equipment...
  • Page 35: Installation Procedure

    Installation > Installation Procedure Installation Procedure CAUTION: • The host machine weighs maximum 134kg. It is recommended to lift it with 4 people or more. However, if there is a standard to handle a heavy load in each sales 1) Open the Right Lower Cover. company, follow it for operation.
  • Page 36 Installation > Installation Procedure 5) Attach the connecting fixture. 3) Hold the 4 handles on the Host Machine, and place it on the equipment by aligning corners • 1 screw (RS Tightening; M3x8.5) at front of the Host Machine and the equipment. CAUTION: CAUTION: When attaching the connecting fixture, be sure the attaching direction. When placing the Host Machine on the equipment, be sure to move the Host Machine parallel and fit the 2 positioning pins on the upper surface of the equipment into the holes on the base plate of the Host Machine.
  • Page 37 Installation > Installation Procedure 6) Remove tapes and packing materials from the Cassette 3. Connect the 5 connectors to the Host Machine. Put the 5 harnesses through the guides. • 1 Reuse Band Connectors Connectors Reuse Band Harness Guides F-5-17 7) Install the Cassette 2 and 3. 8) Pull of the Cassette 4, and remove tapes and packing materials.
  • Page 38 Installation > Installation Procedure NOTE: Install the Connector Cover. • When installing the host machine simultaneously, be sure to follow "Unpacking and • 1 screw with toothed washer (Use the screw removed in the step 11.) Installation" in the Installation Procedure Manual. • When installing this equipment later, be sure to follow the following procedure. Connect the Power Supply Plug of the Host Machine to the outlet.
  • Page 39: Cassette Settings

    Installation > Cassette Settings Cassette Settings 4) Set papers. 5) Open the cover from which the Size Plate is pushed in. 1) Press the Cassette Release Button, and pull out the Cassette 3 and 4 toward the front. Paper Cover Button F-5-25 F-5-23 6) Cut 2 places of the Size Plate with nippers.
  • Page 40: Adjustment

    Installation > Adjustment 5-10 Adjustment 7) Set the Size Plate in accordance with the size being set. (Lump the Size Plates not in use together and store them at the rear.) NOTE: The second side of the 2-sided copy mentioned later means the second side in the image formation order.
  • Page 41 Installation > Adjustment 5-11 F-5-31 4) Loosen the 3 fixing screws. 6) Tighten the fixing screw. 7) Return the cassette to its original position. NOTE: When the cassette positions are uneven due to the mechanical adjustment, adjust them by loosening the screw at left side. F-5-32 8) Make copies using the Cassette 3 and 4, and check that the left edge margin is 2.5±1.5mm. F-5-30 5) Move the adjusting plates back and forth by referring the scale checked in the step 2.
  • Page 42: Margin Adjustment (Second Side)

    Installation > Adjustment 5-12 ■ Margin Adjustment (Second side) 1) Make 2-sided copies using the Cassette 4, and check that the left edge margin is 2.5±2.0mm. Feed direction of paper image F-5-33 2) As for nonstandard, change the left edge margin adjustment value for the second side of the 2-sided copy from the Cassette 3.
  • Page 43: Appendix

    Appendix ■ Service Tools ■ General Circuit Diagram (1/3) ■ General Circuit Diagram(2/3) ■ General Circuit Diagram(3/3)
  • Page 44 Appendix > Service Tools > Special Tools Service Tools Special Tools In addition to the standard tools set, the following special tools are required when servicing the machine: Tool name Tool No. Ctgr Appearance Remarks FY9-2002 Digital multimeter Used as a probe extension when making electrical checks. T-6-1 Reference: Category A: Must be kept by each service engineer.
  • Page 45 General Circuit Diagram General Circuit Diagram (1/3) Pedestal controller PCB J3004 J1LH J2LH J109D J109DH J104D J104DH J100 J101 J102 J103 J105 J106 J107 J108 J104L J109L Pedestal right cover sensor Cassette 3 Cassette 3 Cassette 3 Cassette 3 Cassette 3 Cassette 4 Cassette 4 Cassette 4...
  • Page 46 General Circuit Diagram(2/3) Pedestal controller PCB J3005 J3006 J3007 J5LH J8LH Cassette 3 pickup motor Cassette 4 pickup motor Cassette 3 Cassette 3 Cassette 4 Cassette 4 size switch B size switch A size switch B size switch A F-6-2...
  • Page 47 General Circuit Diagram(3/3) Pedestal controller PCB AC DRIVER PCB J3101 J1008 J1012 J1001 J3102 J1000M J1000MB J1000MB_BUS[0:8] J23M J23F J1002 J25F To Paper Deck Unit-B1 To Relay PCB To DC controller PCB SOLD2 SOLD1 SOLD3 Cassette heater F-6-3...