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SERVICE
MANUAL
COPYRIGHT © 2016 CANON INC.
Inner
Finisher-J1
September 2, 2016
Rev. 1
CANON Inner Finisher-J1 Rev. 1 PRINTED IN U.S.A.

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  • Page 1 Inner Finisher-J1 SERVICE MANUAL September 2, 2016 Rev. 1 CANON Inner Finisher-J1 Rev. 1 PRINTED IN U.S.A. COPYRIGHT © 2016 CANON INC.
  • Page 2 When changes occur in applicable products or in the contents of this manual, Canon will release technical information as the need arises. In the event of major changes in the contents of this manual over a long or short period, Canon will issue a new edition of this manual.
  • Page 3 Introduction Symbols Explanation Symbols Explanation Disconnect the connector. Connect the power cable. Connect the connector. Disconnect the power cable. Remove the cable/wire from the Turn on the power. cable guide or wire saddle. Install the cable/wire to the cable Turn off the power. guide or wire saddle.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Safety Precautions....................1 Power Supply............................2 Notes Before Servicing........................2 Points to Note at Cleaning........................2 Notes On Assembly/Disassembly....................... 2 Notes on Assembly/Disassembly......................2 Points to Note when Tightening a Screw....................2 1. Product Overview.....................4 Features.............................. 5 Features...............................5 Specifications............................6 Finisher Unit............................6 Staple Unit............................7 Staple-free Staple Unit..........................
  • Page 5 Contents Outline............................... 33 Fan Control............................35 Down sequence..........................36 Power Supply............................ 37 Outline............................... 37 Protective Functions..........................37 Upgrading............................38 Upgrading............................38 3. Periodical Service..................39 List of Work for Scheduled Servicing....................40 4. Disassembly/Assembly................. 41 Notes at Parts Replacement......................42 Removing this Machine........................43 Removing this Machine from the Host Machine..................43 List of Parts............................
  • Page 6 Contents 5. Adjustment..................... 72 Overview............................73 Adjustment and Functional Setting in Service Mode................73 Adjustment Items When Replacing Parts....................74 Adjustment when Replacing the Parts....................75 Handling Finisher Controller PCB Replacements...................75 Service Label.............................77 Back-up of Service Mode........................77 Service Label............................77 6. Installation...................... 78 Checking Before Installation......................79 Checking the Installation Space......................
  • Page 7: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions Power Supply........2 Notes Before Servicing......2 Points to Note at Cleaning....2 Notes On Assembly/Disassembly..2...
  • Page 8: Power Supply

    Safety Precautions Power Supply CAUTION: 1. As a general rule, do not use extension cords. Using an extension cord may result in a fire or electrical shock. If an extension cord must be used, however, use one for local rated voltage and over, untie the cord binding, and insert the power plug completely into the extension cord outlet to ensure a firm connection between the power cord and the extension cord.
  • Page 9 Safety Precautions In the case of a screw hole with a triangle mark near it as shown in the figure below, strongly tightening the screw may damage or deform the screw hole. In the case of a screw hole with a triangle mark, take care not to apply too much force when tightening the screw. The recommended torque value is shown below as a reference value.
  • Page 10: Product Overview

    Product Overview Features..........5 Specifications........6 Name of Parts........9...
  • Page 11: Features

    1. Product Overview Features Features • Compact, inner finisher compatible with color MFPs. • Manual stapling, which enables paper to be inserted into the slit on the inner finisher and stapled manually a copy at a time. • Staple-free stapling, which binds up to five sheets of paper without staples. •...
  • Page 12: Specifications

    1. Product Overview Specifications Finisher Unit Item Specifications Remarks Stack tray Delivery tray No.2 delivery tray (top of finisher) Stacking method Delivery tray: Tray shift No.2 delivery tray: Fixed Stacking orientation Face down Paper type Thin, plain, recycled, heavy, coated, transparency, label, bond, postcard, pre- punched, envelope, tracing paper Paper size Feed direction: 148 to 431.8 mm...
  • Page 13: Staple Unit

    1. Product Overview Item Specifications Remarks Mixed stacking ca- • The stacking capacities Mixed staple stacking Small size:*1 Height 52 mm or less (equivalent to 500 pacity are estimates when con- and staple-free staple sheets) verting weight to number stacking Large size:*2 Height 26 mm or less (equivalent to 250 sheets), or 30 copies or less of 80 g/m...
  • Page 14: Staple-Free Staple Unit

    1. Product Overview Front 1-point stapling (45 deg) Rear 1-point stapling (45 deg) Manual stapling 5.0 -/+ 2.0 mm 5.0 -/+ 2.0 mm 5.0 -/+ 2.0 mm Unit (mm) Center 2-point stapling Paper size Pitch A3, A4 83 -/+ 4.0 203 -/+4.0 5.0 -/+ 2.0 Alignment...
  • Page 15: Name Of Parts

    1. Product Overview Name of Parts External View Parts Name Parts Name No.2 Delivery Tray Staple Button Front Cover Delivery Tray (Stack Tray) Slit Auxiliary Tray Cross Section Parts Name Parts Name Paper Retainer Assist Guide Paddle Delivery Roller Return Belt Alignment Plate Inlet Roller Delivery Tray...
  • Page 16: Technical Explanation

    Technical Explanation Basic Configuration......11 Controls..........12 Basic Operation........13 Feed Unit..........16 Processing Tray Unit......18 Stack Tray Unit........31 Jam Detection........33 Fan Control......... 35 Down sequence........36 Power Supply........37 Upgrading..........38...
  • Page 17: Basic Configuration

    2. Technical Explanation Basic Configuration Functional Configuration The components of this finisher are organized into 3 major blocks; feed unit, processing tray unit and stack tray unit. Stack Tray Unit Processing Tray Unit Feed Unit Overview of Electrical Circuitry This machine's sequence of the operation is controlled by the finisher controller PCB. The finisher controller PCB has the CPU(IC1), and the controller also controls the communication with the host machine in addition to controlling this machine's operation sequence.
  • Page 18: Controls

    2. Technical Explanation Controls Controls Item Reference Basic Operation Outline “Outline” on page 13 Initialization “Initialization” on page 15 Feed Unit Outline “Outline” on page 16 Feeding Paper to Processing Tray Unit “Feeding Paper to Processing Tray Unit” on page Processing Tray Unit Outline “Outline”...
  • Page 19: Basic Operation

    2. Technical Explanation Basic Operation Outline The finisher operates according to the commands that it receives from the host machine and ejects paper to the delivery tray. There are four paper delivery methods. • Non-sort stacking • Shift-sort stacking • Staple stacking •...
  • Page 20 2. Technical Explanation 4. The alignment plates are used to align paper in the width direction. (In the illustration below, paper is aligned with reference to the central reference position.) Rear Alignment Plate Front Alignment Plate 5. The operations described in steps 1 to 4 are repeated for each sheet to stack the sheets on the processing tray. 6.
  • Page 21: Initialization

    2. Technical Explanation 7. After being shifted, the paper stack on the processing tray that has been stacked by the assist guide is delivered to the delivery tray. Assist Guide 8. After the paper stack has been delivered, the paper retainer holds down the stack in the delivery tray. Paper Retainer Initialization The finisher performs the following initialization operation depending on the status.
  • Page 22: Feed Unit

    2. Technical Explanation Feed Unit Outline The feed unit feeds the paper delivered from the host machine to the processing tray unit. The inlet sensor (PS17) and the delivery sensor (PS1) are provided along the paper feed path in the feed unit to detect the paper feed state and jam.
  • Page 23: Feeding Paper To Processing Tray Unit

    2. Technical Explanation Feeding Paper to Processing Tray Unit 1. The paper delivered from the host machine is fed by the inlet roller and delivery roller. The inlet roller and delivery roller are driven by the feed motor (M1). The paper trailing edge pushing guide is lifted by turning ON the paper trailing edge pushing guide solenoid (SL1) to secure the paper feed path.
  • Page 24: Processing Tray Unit

    2. Technical Explanation Processing Tray Unit Outline The processing tray unit aligns, shifts, and staples or staples without staples the delivered paper. Then the assist guide and assist claw deliver the paper onto the delivery tray. The names and functions of the components of the processing tray are as follows: Rear Alignment Plate Paper Retainer Paddle...
  • Page 25 2. Technical Explanation 1. After the delivery sensor (PS1) detects the trailing edge of the paper, the paddle motor (M10) runs to move the paddle unit down. The paddle driven by the feed motor (M1) delivers the paper toward the processing tray. After a given time elapses, the paddle unit is moved up.
  • Page 26: Alignment/Shifting Operation

    2. Technical Explanation 3. The front/rear alignment motors (M3/M4) operate to move the front and rear alignment plates, thus aligning the paper in the width direction. (In the illustration below, paper is aligned with reference to the central reference position.) Operations described in steps 1 to 3 are repeated for each sheet.
  • Page 27 2. Technical Explanation Rear Alignment Plate Rear Alignment Plate HP Sensor (PS5) Front Alignment Plate Rear Alignment Motor (M4) Front Alignment Plate Front Alignment Motor (M3) HP Sensor (PS4) The relationship between operation modes and alignment positions is summarized in the following table. Operation Paper Width Paper Length...
  • Page 28 2. Technical Explanation • E530-8001: Rear alignment motor error • E530-8002: Rear alignment motor error ■ Alignment Operation in Non-sort Mode When the paper width is 297.0 mm or less (A4, LTR, etc.) 1. After the delivery sensor (PS1) detects the trailing edge of the paper, the front and rear alignment plates move to the wait positions (paper width + 5 mm).
  • Page 29 2. Technical Explanation 2. Move the rear alignment plate to align the paper. Rear Alignment Plate 25 mm Middle of Feeding Path Alignment Position Front Alignment Plate ■ Alignment Operation in Shift-sort Mode 1. After the delivery sensor (PS1) detects the trailing edge of the paper, the front and rear alignment plates move to the wait positions.
  • Page 30 2. Technical Explanation 2. Move the front and rear alignment plates to align the paper. • During front shift, move only the rear alignment plate.(Do not move the front alignment plate.) 5 mm Middle of Feeding Path 20 mm Front Alignment Position •...
  • Page 31 2. Technical Explanation ■ Alignment Operation in Staple Mode 1. After the delivery sensor (PS1) detects the trailing edge of the paper, the front and rear alignment plates move to the wait positions.Explanation for 2-point stapling will be omitted because it is the same as the center alignment operation in Non- sort mode.
  • Page 32: Staple Operation

    2. Technical Explanation Staple Operation ■ Outline In staple operation, the specified number of sheets of paper is stapled by the stapler unit. The staple position varies depending on the staple mode and paper size. The stapler unit's home position is detected by the stapler shift HP sensor (PS11). After power ON, the finisher controller PCB drives the stapler shift motor (M7) to return the stapler unit to the home position.
  • Page 33: Staple-Free Staple Operation

    2. Technical Explanation If the staple setting exceeds the stapling capacity (small size: 50sheets, large size: 30 sheets) that can be bound, divided delivery is performed. If the upper limit is exceeded, shift-sort mode is used for the second and subsequent copies. Example: Divided delivery for 51 A4 (80g/m ) sheets 50 sheets are delivered in a stack without stapling.
  • Page 34 2. Technical Explanation ■ Staple-Free Staple Unit When staple-free stapling is specified, the paper stack that is center-aligned by the processing tray is moved to the staple-free stapling position by the front alignment plate and assist guide. The paper stack is clinched by the clinch arm. The clinch arm's home position is detected by the clinch HP sensor (PS15).
  • Page 35: Stack Delivery Operation

    2. Technical Explanation Stack Delivery Operation ■ Outline The paper in the processing tray is delivered in stacks using the assist guide and assist claw. The assist guide supports the trailing edge of the paper stack, and the assist claw pushes out to eject the stack. The assist guide's home position is detected by the assist HP sensor (PS7).
  • Page 36: Paper Retainer Operation

    2. Technical Explanation Paper type Paper size Paper weight Print mode Number of divided delivery sheets Other than above Stack possible size 76 g/m to 105 1-sided/2-sided Other than above: 5 sheets More than 105 1-sided/2-sided 2 sheets Other than stack 1-sided/2-sided 1 sheet possible size...
  • Page 37: Stack Tray Unit

    2. Technical Explanation Stack Tray Unit Stack Tray Shift Operation The paper delivered from the processing tray by the assist guide is then stacked on the stack tray. The stack tray is moved up and down by the stack tray shift motor (M6). Before start of printing, the tray shift motor (M6) is driven to move the stack tray up/down to the position where the stack tray paper height sensor (PS9) detects the stack tray top surface.
  • Page 38: Stack Tray Paper Full Detection

    2. Technical Explanation The stack tray paper height sensor (PS9) also detects foreign matter below the tray. During job execution, if paper surface detection fails seven consecutive times when the stack tray is lowered after paper is delivered from the processing tray, the finisher judges that there is foreign matter.
  • Page 39: Jam Detection

    2. Technical Explanation Jam Detection Outline The finisher is equipped with the following paper detection sensor to check whether paper is present and whether the stapler is operating normally. Further, it is equipped with the following switch to detect the open or closed state of the front cover. •...
  • Page 40 2. Technical Explanation Jam code Jam type Sensor Jam description Staple-free staple jam 1803 Clinch motor error: The clinch motor drive detection sensor (PS13) cannot de- tect clock pulses even after the clinch motor (M9) is driven for 0.24 to 0.25 seconds.And, the clinch HP sensor (PS15) does not turn on even after the clinch motor (M9) is driven for 0.25 seconds.
  • Page 41: Fan Control

    2. Technical Explanation Fan Control Air flow Symbol Name Role Error code Inlet Cooling Fan Cooling of paper E551-0001 E551-0002 Operation Warm-up ro- Standby When a job During a job After a job ERR/JAM Sleep tation starts Inlet Cooling Fan (FM1)
  • Page 42: Down Sequence

    2. Technical Explanation Down sequence Purpose To prevent the adhesion of the delivery paper by the abnormal temperature rise in the case of continuous print Operation startup conditions When all the following conditions are satisfied, the operation is started. • The number of prints*1 exceeded 1,800 sheets. •...
  • Page 43: Power Supply

    2. Technical Explanation Power Supply Outline When the host machine is turned on, it supplies the finisher controller PCB with 24 VDC and 5 VDC. The 24 VDC power is used to drive the motors, solenoid, fan and the switches, while the 5 VDC power is for the sensors and the like. Finisher Controller PCB (PCB1) +3.3V +3.3VDC...
  • Page 44: Upgrading

    2. Technical Explanation Upgrading Upgrading When upgrading the firmware of the finisher controller PCB, upgrade from the host machine. (For details, see the service manual for the host machine.)
  • Page 45: Periodical Service

    Periodical Service List of Work for Scheduled Servicing ............40...
  • Page 46: List Of Work For Scheduled Servicing

    3. Periodical Service List of Work for Scheduled Servicing PR:Replacement (Periodically replaced parts) CR:Replacement (consumable parts) CL:Cleaning LU:Lubrication AD:Adjustment CH:Maintenance Part Name Part Number Number Interval Counter Reference Stapler Unit FM1-N381 CR/500,000 DRBL-2 >FIN-STPR “Removing the Stapler Unit” on times page 62 Staple-free Staple FM1-C429...
  • Page 47: Disassembly/Assembly

    Disassembly/ Assembly Notes at Parts Replacement....42 Removing this Machine.......43 List of Parts......... 48 External Cover........54 Main Unit..........57 Solenoids..........64 Motor........... 65 Fan............66 PCB.............67 Sensor..........69 Other Parts..........70...
  • Page 48: Notes At Parts Replacement

    4. Disassembly/Assembly Notes at Parts Replacement CAUTION: Dismantle the inner finisher from the host machine first, whenever replacing its parts.
  • Page 49: Removing This Machine

    4. Disassembly/Assembly 4. Remove the Fixed Plate [1]. Removing this Machine • 1 Coin Screw [2] Removing this Machine from the Host Machine ■ Removing this Machine from the Host Machine. (In the case of Inner Finisher only) 1. Open the Front Cover [1] and Front Upper Cover [2]. 2.
  • Page 50 4. Disassembly/Assembly 8. Remove the Inner Finisher [1]. CAUTION: Do not slide the Inner Finisher on the inner part of the host machine nor bump the Inner Finisher to the covers of the host machine. Doing those may cause damage to the exterior of the host machine.
  • Page 51 4. Disassembly/Assembly 5. Remove the Stack Tray [1]. • 2 Claws [2] • 2 Hooks [3] 4. Remove the Wire Sub Tray. 6. Remove the Rail Cover [1]. • 3 Screws [2]...
  • Page 52 4. Disassembly/Assembly 7. Remove the Left Cover [1]. 9. Remove the Interface Connector Cover [1]. • 3 Screws [2] • 1 Screw [2] 10. Remove the Rail Relay Cable [1]. • 3 Wire Saddles [2] 8. Fix the Rail Stopper [1] . •...
  • Page 53 4. Disassembly/Assembly 12. Disconnect the 2 connectors [1] of the Rail Unit. 13. Remove the Inner Finisher [1]. • 2 Screws [2]...
  • Page 54: List Of Parts

    4. Disassembly/Assembly List of Parts External Cover Parts Name Reference Front Cover Unit “Removing the Front Cover Unit” on page 54 Tray Guide Cover “Removing the Tray Guide Cover” on page 55 Delivery Tray “Removing the Delivery Tray” on page 54 Rear Cover “Removing the Rear Cover”...
  • Page 55: List Of Solenoids

    4. Disassembly/Assembly Parts Name Reference Upper Feed Guide Unit “Removing the Upper Feed Guide Unit” on page 57 Processing Tray Unit “Removing the Processing Tray Unit” on page 58 Parts Name Reference Stapler Unit “Removing the Stapler Unit” on page 62 Staple-free Staple Unit “Removing the Staple-free Staple Unit”...
  • Page 56: List Of Motors

    4. Disassembly/Assembly NOTE: Check the operation of the part in the following service mode: Service Mode > SITUATION > Parts Check List of Motors Parts Name Main Unit Reference Feed Motor Product Configuration Return Belt Motor Product Configuration Front Alignment Motor Processing Tray Unit Rear Alignment Motor Processing Tray Unit...
  • Page 57: List Of Fans

    4. Disassembly/Assembly List of Fans Parts Name Main Unit Reference Inlet Cooling Fan Product Configuration “Removing the Inlet Coolong Fan (FM1)” on page 66 NOTE: Check the operation of the part in the following service mode: Service Mode > SITUATION > Parts Check List of Sensors/Switches PS17 PS13...
  • Page 58: List Of Pcbs

    4. Disassembly/Assembly Parts Name Main Unit Reference Remarks Delivery Sensor Product Configuration “Removing the Delivery Sensor(PS1)” on page Paddle HP Sensor Product Configuration Return Belt HP Sensor Product Configuration Front Alignment Plate HP Processing Tray Unit Sensor Rear Alignment Plate HP Processing Tray Unit Sensor Processing Tray Paper...
  • Page 59: Other Parts

    4. Disassembly/Assembly Other Parts Parts Name Main Unit Reference Return Belt Unit Product Configuration “Removing the Return Belt Unit” on page 70...
  • Page 60: External Cover

    4. Disassembly/Assembly External Cover Removing the Rear Cover ■ Preparation Removing the Front Cover 1. Remove the machine from the host machine. Unit “Removing this Machine from the Host Machine” on page 43 ■ Preparation ■ Procedure 1. Remove the machine from the host machine. “Removing this Machine from the Host Machine”...
  • Page 61: Removing The Tray Guide Cover

    4. Disassembly/Assembly CAUTION: Points to Note when Installing the Delivery Tray Do not nip the Paper Fold [2] when the Delivery Tray [1] is installed. When attaching the Delivery Tray is difficult by the Paper Fold position, move the Tray Rack [A] to the bottom for ease of assembly.
  • Page 62 4. Disassembly/Assembly ■ Procedure 1. Remove the Upper Stay [1]. • 2 Screws [2] CAUTION: 2. Move the Front Alignment Plate [1] and Rear Do not nip the Paper Fold [1] when the Tray Guide Alignment Plate [2] to the slit [3] of the Tray Guide Cover is installed.
  • Page 63: Main Unit

    4. Disassembly/Assembly Main Unit Removing the Upper Feed Guide Unit ■ Preparation 1. Remove this machine from the host machine. “Removing this Machine from the Host Machine” on page 43 2. Remove the Front Cover Unit.“Removing the Front Cover Unit” on page 54 3.
  • Page 64: Removing The Processing Tray Unit

    4. Disassembly/Assembly CAUTION: NOTE: How to assemble the Front Tray Rack and Rear Tray Rack Points to Note when Installing the Upper Feed Guide 1. Insert the Front Tray Rack [1] and Rear Tray Rack [2] Unit at the Guide. When attaching the Upper Feed Guide Unit [1], keep 2.
  • Page 65 4. Disassembly/Assembly 3. Remove the Tray Shift Motor Unit [1]. 6. Remove the E-ring [1] and the Pully [2] and the Pin [3] and the Bushing [4]. • 3 Screws [2] 7. Move the Bushing [1], and remove the Paper Fold 4.
  • Page 66 4. Disassembly/Assembly 9. Put through the Cables [1] at the hole [2]. CAUTION: How to assemble the cable of the Processing Tray Be sure to route the Cables [1] of the Processing Tray inside of the Cables [2] to cause abnormal noise by interfering with the tray guide cover.
  • Page 67 4. Disassembly/Assembly 10. Rotate the machine [1] as shown below, and remove the 2 Screws [2] of the Front/Rear Return Belt Guide. 14. Remove the Front Plate [1]. • 2 Screws [2] 11. Return the machine to its original position. 12.
  • Page 68: Removing The Stapler Unit

    4. Disassembly/Assembly 3. Remove the PCB Holder [1]. • 1 Screw [2] NOTE: For ease of disassembly, remove the rear side first and then keep front side down to remove this machine. Removing the Stapler Unit ■ Preparation 1. Remove this machine from the host machine. “Removing this Machine from the Host Machine”...
  • Page 69: Removing The Staple-Free Staple Unit

    4. Disassembly/Assembly Removing the Staple-free CAUTION: How to assemble the Staple-free Staple Unit Staple Unit When assembling, be sure to align the groove [1] of the Staple-free Staple Unit with the Stepped Screw [2]. ■ Preparation 1. Remove this machine from the host machine. “Removing this Machine from the Host Machine”...
  • Page 70: Solenoids

    4. Disassembly/Assembly Solenoids Removing the Paper Trailing Edge Pushing Guide Solenoid(SL1) ■ Preparation 1. Remove this machine from the host machine. “Removing this Machine from the Host Machine” on page 43 2. Remove the Rear Cover.“Removing the Rear Cover” on page 54 ■...
  • Page 71: Motor

    4. Disassembly/Assembly Motor Removing the Stapler Shift Motor (M7) ■ Preparation 1. Remove this machine from the host machine. “Removing this Machine from the Host Machine” on page 43 2. Remove the Front Cover Unit.“Removing the Front Cover Unit” on page 54 3.
  • Page 72: Fan

    4. Disassembly/Assembly Removing the Inlet Coolong Fan (FM1) ■ Preparation 1. Remove this machine from the host machine. “Removing this Machine from the Host Machine” on page 43 ■ Procedure 1. Remove the Fan Cover [1]. • 1 Screw [2] •...
  • Page 73: Pcb

    4. Disassembly/Assembly Removing the Finisher Controller PCB ■ Handling before replacement • When backup is possible 1. Before replacing the finisher controller PCB, store the adjustment values and the counter of the consumable parts to the host machine from the service mode of the host machine.
  • Page 74 4. Disassembly/Assembly • If P-PRINT cannot be output 1. Enter the values of service mode items recorded on the service label of the finisher rear cover.
  • Page 75: Sensor

    4. Disassembly/Assembly Sensor Removing the Delivery Sensor(PS1) ■ Preparation 1. Remove the machine from the host machine. “Removing this Machine from the Host Machine” on page 43 2. Remove the Front Cover Unit.“Removing the Front Cover Unit” on page 54 3.
  • Page 76: Other Parts

    4. Disassembly/Assembly Other Parts Removing the Return Belt Unit ■ Preparation 1. Remove this machine from the host machine. “Removing this Machine from the Host Machine” on page 43 2. Remove the Front Cover Unit.“Removing the Front Cover Unit” on page 54 3.
  • Page 77 4. Disassembly/Assembly CAUTION: Points to Note when Installing the Front Return Belt Guide Attach the part [B] of the Bushing [A] in the direction of an arrow as shown in the figure. 6. Remove the Front Return Belt Guide [1]. •...
  • Page 78: Adjustment

    Adjustment Overview..........73 Adjustment when Replacing the Parts ............75 Service Label........77...
  • Page 79: Overview

    5. Adjustment Overview Adjustment and Functional Setting in Service Mode ■ Adjustment For details, see the service manual for the host machine. Items Outline Use case Lv.1) SORTER> ADJUST> STP-2P Adjustment of 2-stapling position When the staples position in front/rear di- rection is displaced in the 2-stapling mode Lv.1) SORTER>...
  • Page 80: Adjustment Items When Replacing Parts

    5. Adjustment Items Outline Use case Lv.1) SORTER> OPTION> MSTP-WT To set the duration of time to keep man- Upon user's request ual staple mode enabled after execution of manual stapling. Lv.1) SORTER> OPTION> TRY-PSTN To set the tray position after the comple- Upon user's request (to improve visibility tion of job of the delivered papers)
  • Page 81: Adjustment When Replacing The Parts

    5. Adjustment Adjustment when Replacing the Parts Handling Finisher Controller PCB Replacements ■ Handling before replacement • When backup is possible 1. Before replacing the finisher controller PCB, store the adjustment values and the counter of the consumable parts to the host machine from the service mode of the host machine.
  • Page 82 5. Adjustment • If the host machine was not able to store the adjustment values 1. Input the value that did P-PRINT output into following item. However, in this case, the counter cannot enter. • SORTER > ADJUST > STP-2P •...
  • Page 83: Service Label

    5. Adjustment Service Label Back-up of Service Mode In factory setting, adjustments are made for each machine, and adjustment values are written in the service label. When you replaced the DC controller PCB, or executed the RAM clear function, adjustment values for ADJUST or OPTION return to default.
  • Page 84: Installation

    Installation Checking Before Installation....79 Unpacking........... 80 Installation Procedure......83 Checking After Installation....91 Detach This Equipment from the Host Machine........... 92...
  • Page 85: Checking Before Installation

    6. Installation Checking Before Installation Checking the Installation Space The minimum space shown in the figure is required for installation and maintenance. 100 mm or more 500 mm or more Check Items when Turning OFF the Main Power Check that the main power switch is OFF. 1.
  • Page 86: Unpacking

    6. Installation Unpacking Unpacking Procedure NOTE: This equipment is packed using tapes, fixings and cushioning materials to be protected vibration and shock during transportation. Be sure to remove all the fixing materials and the tapes before starting to install this equipment. It is a good idea to store away theremoved fixings and cushioning materials for possible relocation of this equipment, e.g., to new site or for repairs.
  • Page 87: Checking The Contents

    6. Installation Checking the Contents Check that none of the included parts is missing. [1] Inner Finisher x 1 [2] Finisher Stack Tray x 1 [3] Wire Sub Tray x 1 [4] Staple Cartridge x 1 [5] Sensor Flag (Gray) x 1 [6] Connector Cover x 1 [7] Delivery Rear Cover x 1 [8] Fixed Plate x 1...
  • Page 88: Installation Outline Drawing

    6. Installation Installation Outline Drawing [12] [11] [10]...
  • Page 89: Installation Procedure

    6. Installation Installation Procedure 2. Remove the Delivery Rear Cover (Upper/Lower) . (The removed screw is used at late procedure.) • 1 Hook CAUTION: • 1 Screw Check that the main power switch is OFF and the • 2 Bosses power plug is disconnected from the outlet.
  • Page 90 6. Installation 4. Install the supplied Sensor Flag (upper, Gray). 7. Remove the Left Cover. • 3 Screws 8. Loosen the 3 screws, and then remove the Delivery Tray. CAUTION: Check that the sensor flag operates smoothly. 5. Open the Front Cover and Front Upper Cover. 6.
  • Page 91 6. Installation 9. Install the Innner Cover, and then fasten the 3 screws 10. Install the supplied Delivery Rear Cover. loosened at procedure 8. • 1 Hook • 2 Bosses • 1 Screw (RS Tightening; M3x8) (removed at Step 11. Remove the Face Cover of the host machine. •...
  • Page 92: Installation Of Inner Finisher

    6. Installation Installation of Inner Finisher 3. Connect the connectors of the Finisher Cable Harness to the Inner Finisher. • 2 Connectors 1. Open the Front Cover, and then remove the Disconnect Lever. • 1 Screw 4. Install the Stack Tray. 2.
  • Page 93 6. Installation 5. Install the Wire Sub Tray. 6. Install the Inner Finisher to the host machine as shown in the figure carefully so that the host machine can not be damaged. • 1 Pin CAUTION: When Installing the Inner Finisher to the host machine, be careful of the following points.
  • Page 94 6. Installation 7. Put the Finisher Cable Harness through the hole of 8. Install the Connector Cover. the Inner Cover, and then connect the it to the host • 2 Bosses machine. • 1 Screw (Binding (black); M3x10) • 2 Connectors Binding(black);...
  • Page 95 6. Installation 9. Install the Fixed Plate. 11. Attach the removed Left Upper Cover. • 1 Coin Screw • 2 Claws • 1 Screw (RS Tightening; M3x8) Hole 12. Close the Front Upper Cover and Front Cover. 10. Attach the removed Left Cover. •...
  • Page 96 6. Installation 13. Open the Front Cover, and then set the Staple Cartridge into the stapler unit. Close the Front Cover.
  • Page 97: Checking After Installation

    6. Installation Checking After Installation Disposal Parts Check 1. Following disposal parts are remained after installation procedure. Reversal Guide (Installed to the host 1pc. machine) each Delivery Rear Cover (Upper/Lower) 1pc. each Sensor Flags (Upper/Lower) 1pc. Delivery Tray 1pc. Face Cover of the host machine 1pc.
  • Page 98: Detach This Equipment From The Host Machine

    6. Installation Detach This Equipment from the Host Machine CAUTION: Before detaching this Equipment from the Host Machine, be sure to check that the Host Machine has been turned off and its power plug has been disconnected from the outlet. 1.
  • Page 99: Appendices

    APPENDICES Service Tools........94 General Circuit Diagram......95...
  • Page 100: Service Tools

    Service Tools Service Tools Solvents and Oils Name Uses Composition Remarks Alcohol Cleaning; e.g., Fluoride-family hydrocarbon • Do not bring near fire. plastic, rubber; external covers. Alcohol • Procure locally. Surface activating agent • Substitute: IPA (iso- Water propyl alcohol) Solvent Cleaning;...
  • Page 101: General Circuit Diagram

    General Circuit Diagram General Circuit Diagram General Circuit Diagram (1/1) Inlet Cooling Feed Motor Clinch Motor Paper Trailing Edge Pushing Inlet Sensor Guide Stapler Motor PS17 Solenoid J3101 J2411 J2412 Front Cover Switch Clinch Motor MSW1 Clinch HP Drive Detection U545 J3014D Delivery...

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