T able of Contents Model Issues Adjustment of Image Registration Image Position Adjustment Use Care Removing / Mounting the Induction Heating Unit Use Care Mounting the Fixing Belt Displacement Control Motor Unit Use Care Mounting the Pressure Belt Displacement Control Motor Unit Clearing the Fixing Belt Unit Counter Use Care When Mounting the Pressure Belt Unit How to Adjust Pressure for Fixing Nip...
T E C H N I C A L W O R K B O O K Chapter Model Issues This Technical Workbook is a compilation of previous Technical Publications and other sources for the imagePRESS C800 /C700 /C60 Series. Material in this Workbook may also cover topics such as the recommended Maintenance Procedures, Trouble-Shooting Tips to address General Paper Handling as well as other technical or End User topics.
For the detailed procedure for the Image Registration Adjustment, please reference the Adjustment for Image Registration in the Appendix, or in the imagePRESS C800 Series Service Manual, Chapter 9, Installation > Installing the Host Machine > Image Position Adjustment > Checking/Adjusting.
For the detailed procedure for the Image Position Adjustment, please reference the Adjustment for the Image Position in the Appendix, or in the imagePRESS C800 Series Service Manual, Chapter 5 Adjustment > Basic Adjustment > Image Position Adjustment > Checking/Adjusting or Chapter 9, Installation > Installing the Host Machine > Image Position...
T E C H N I C A L W O R K B O O K Use Care Removing / Mounting the Induction Heating Unit When the Induction Heating (IH) Unit is inserted into the Fixing Belt Unit, E007 Errors can result if care is not used.
T E C H N I C A L W O R K B O O K NOTE: Do not let the Hook deviate from the Groove [B] on the Front Side of the IH Unit and run on the adjacent part as shown.
T E C H N I C A L W O R K B O O K Fit the Post [B] of the Fixing Belt Unit into the Plastic U-Shaped Hole [D] of the Hook. The Post [E] on the Fixing Belt Unit should insert into the Hole [F].
T E C H N I C A L W O R K B O O K Use Care Mounting the Pressure Belt Displacement Control Motor Unit If the Pressure Belt Displacement Control Motor Unit [A] is not mounted properly, some prospective issues that could develop are E007-0012, 0022, and 0102.
T E C H N I C A L W O R K B O O K The Shaft  is not seated properly due to improper positioning when mounted. Use care because the Shaft appears as if it is fitted properly when it is looked at from the front [A]. Use care to ensure the Positioning Hook  does not disengage from the Positioning Cutout  when joined together.
T E C H N I C A L W O R K B O O K 2) After positioning the Pressure Belt Displacement Control Motor Unit, fasten it with a New Screw. IMPORTANT! When attaching the Pressure Belt Displacement Control Motor Unit to the Pressure Belt Unit, always use a New Screw.
T E C H N I C A L W O R K B O O K If the Grease on the moving Gears  of the Fixing Belt Unit is depleted, apply the Grease (SE1107) onto entire circumference of the Gear [A] surfaces as needed. After replacement of the Fixing Belt Unit, be sure to execute Counter Clear for the unit.
T E C H N I C A L W O R K B O O K 1-1) Look at the Pressure Belt Unit from its top and confirm if the Flange on the Bearing  is inside the Support Plate  and there is no gap [A] left between the Bearing and the Support Plate in side view.
T E C H N I C A L W O R K B O O K 2) Remove all the curves from the Halogen Heater Cable  on the front side, straighten it, and put it through the Guide . ...
T E C H N I C A L W O R K B O O K 4) Open the Inlet Guide  of the Fixing Unit Frame. 5) Mount the Pressure Belt Unit. This will be easier if the Hinge Shaft  on the front side is mounted first, then the Hinge Shaft  on the rear side is mounted second.
T E C H N I C A L W O R K B O O K 6) Connect the Halogen Heater at the two (2) locations. Use care not to insert the Halogen Heater twisted while connecting it. NOTE: •...
T E C H N I C A L W O R K B O O K 7) Close the Inlet Guide of the Fixing Unit Frame. NOTE: If the Inlet Guide is left open, a stationary paper jam is incorrectly reported. 8) Navigate to Service Mode "FUNCTION >...
T E C H N I C A L W O R K B O O K Chapter Model Troubleshooting This portion of the Technical Workbook material for the imagePRESS C800 /C700 /C60 Series will focus Troubleshooting. It is intended to assist to isolate the source of the problem, and define a plan of action.
T E C H N I C A L W O R K B O O K E008-0001: Pressure Belt Unit Service Life Detection Error An E008-0001 Error Code occurs when the amount of current for the Fixing Motor (M48) has reached a precise specified value due to increased torque on the Pressure Belt.
T E C H N I C A L W O R K B O O K * The Current Value refers to the figure at the left end. The figures are displayed in the order of "Maximum Value", "Present Value", "Maximum Value before Replacement" and "Final Value after Replacement". A typical Current Value for FX-MTR5 under load should be ≤...
T E C H N I C A L W O R K B O O K 2) Inspect the Connectors from the Fixing Belt Displacement Control Motor Unit to the Fixing Feeding Driver PCB. Look for loose Connectors and Bent Pins. Fasten the Connectors if a disconnection is found or connect the Connectors again if a Connector is not plugged.
T E C H N I C A L W O R K B O O K Soiling on the Side of Image (Soiled Print) This occurs due to the foreign substances (toner, lint, oil, etc.) attached to the surface of the Fixing Belt and the Pressure Belt.
In that case, execute Cleaning of the Refresh Roller Surface referring to "Parts replacement - Cleaning procedure > Fixing system > Fixing refresh roller cleaning" in the imagePRESS C800 Series Service Manual.
T E C H N I C A L W O R K B O O K Changing the Value for the Refresh Level for the Fixing Belt In some cases there may be some advantage in changing the value for Refresh for the Fixing Belt. In order to accomplish the change, navigate to Service Mode (Level 2) >...
T E C H N I C A L W O R K B O O K Horizontal Streaks near the Edge of the Image at 175mm Intervals On installation or relocation of the Main Engine, at replacement of parts in the Fixing Assembly, or use of glossy or colored media, an uneven Horizontal Streak at 175mm intervals may appear near the edge of paper.
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