Canon ProStream Series User Manual

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Level 1 Uptime Optimization
ProStream Series
User Guide

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  • Page 1 Ver 0.2 Level 1 Uptime Optimization ProStream Series User Guide...
  • Page 2: Introduction

    1 Introduction In order to keep the ProStream Series running at it’s best, the day-to-day maintenance, is be covered by you, a trained operator. Only in case of malfunction or in case of scheduled service-maintenance, the local service organization is involved.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    2 Table of Contents Introduction Table of Contents Daily Maintenance Check the print room conditions Check the media storage conditions. Check the supplies storage conditions. Clean the CMYK and Color Grip Print Heads Weekly Maintenance. Clean the Color Grip Extraction Cleaning Sensors Cleaning condensation from the paper run-in Flap Cleaning Dryer...
  • Page 4: Daily Maintenance

    3 Daily Maintenance 3.1 Check the environment. Check the print room conditions Check the temperature and humidity of the environment of the system. Print room conditions: Description Value Temperature 20 – 26 68 – 78.8 Relative Humidity 30 – 60 % Air Pressure 840 –...
  • Page 5: Clean The Cmyk And Color Grip Print Heads

    Clean CMYK and Color Grip Print Heads Clean the print heads with Bemcot and SU02/SU50 cleaning fluid only. Follow the procedure in the ProStream user guide. *Clean print head on the right edge outwards, clean the print head on the left edge outwards, then wipe outwards along the entire length of the print head.
  • Page 6: Weekly Maintenance

    4 Weekly Maintenance 4.1 Clean the color Grip Extraction A. On the front of the printer, open the illustrated doors to the print head unit. B. Place the clean and absorbent cloth or paper completely Under the color Grip extraction. Insert the cleaning template at the front as shown.
  • Page 7 Clean the cleaning template Insert the cleaning template at the rear as shown G. Pull the cleaning template under the extraction along the full length to the front. H. Clean the template and put it aside. Depending on Soiling, repeat steps A thought H (Cleaning with the Cleaning Template) five to six times.
  • Page 8: Cleaning Sensors

    Clean the blade in the extraction as shown, from the bottom, over the entire length. Insert the cloth or paper as shown and pull upward on both sides. Then push back the cloth or paper over the entire length and put it aside. 4.2 Cleaning Sensors Dampen clean, absorbent and lint-free cotton cloths with distilled water and carefully wipe The dust and other deposits from all sensors that are in the paper path.
  • Page 9: Cleaning Condensation From The Paper Run-In Flap

    4.3 Cleaning condensate from the paper run-in flap On the of the printer, open the doors shown B. Remove the paper run-in flap. Loosen the two knurled nuts, and Swivel of the paper run-in flap and remove in an upwards motion Submerge a soft cloth in water, and wring Out the cloth well an use it to remove the Condensate on the inside and paper edge...
  • Page 10: Cleaning Dryer

    4.4 Cleaning the dryer A. Open the outer doors, unlock and open the Inner doors. B. Remove the accumulated condensate in the following areas. 1. Inner sides of the dryer doors 2. The sealing profiles of the dryer door. 3. The cable duct below the dryer doors.
  • Page 11: Clean The Rollers

    4. Close and lock the inner doors and outer doors. 4.5 Clean the Rollers Fluid can get inside the printing system. This could cause irreparable damage to the electrical and mechanical components. Provide cleaning fluid 2. With a damp cloth clean the color-coded rollers shown in the above 3.
  • Page 12: Check Hose Connections

    4.6 Check Hose connections For all areas listed check for Leaks, loose connections, abrasion and damage. A. Hose connections for ink and colorGrip. B. Hose connections for cleaning fluid and mineralized water. Hose connections to the Waste and condensation containers. D.
  • Page 13: Logbook

    6 Logbook O = Checked and no action needed. X = Checked and executed action. Date: Daily Maintenance  Check the print room conditions  Check the media storage conditions.  Check the supplies storage conditions.  Weekly Maintenance.  Clean the Color Grip Extraction ...
  • Page 14 O = Checked and no action needed. X = Checked and executed action. Date: Daily Maintenance  Check the print room conditions  Check the media storage conditions.  Check the supplies storage conditions.  Weekly Maintenance.  Clean the Color Grip Extraction ...
  • Page 15 O = Checked and no action needed. X = Checked and executed action. Date: Daily Maintenance  Check the print room conditions  Check the media storage conditions.  Check the supplies storage conditions.  Weekly Maintenance.  Clean the Color Grip Extraction ...
  • Page 16 O = Checked and no action needed. X = Checked and executed action. Date: Daily Maintenance  Check the print room conditions  Check the media storage conditions.  Check the supplies storage conditions.  Weekly Maintenance.  Clean the Color Grip Extraction ...
  • Page 17: Operator Notes

    7 Operator Notes Date Remark                     ...
  • Page 18 Date Remark                       ...
  • Page 19 This is to certify that has successfully completed the Oce ProStream 1000 Advanced Key Operator Training Date: Trainer name: Trainer signature:...