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COLOR LASER COPIER
MODEL:
1120/1130/1150
Major quality issues
Field quality problems
LOCATION
SUBJECT
The captioned technical documentation has been revised to reflect the following:
Reasons
to update the descriptions in the previous documentation covering modification of
functions and correction of typographical mistakes.
The present revision is a full revision. Kindly make arrangements so that the old
document may be replaced with the one being released. Further, please make sure
the old document is properly disposed of.

SERVICE INFORMATION

Quality upgrade/production efficiency
Miscellaneous
Revision of Service Handbook
FY8-23B4-02Y
Issued by Copying Machine Quality Assurance Center, Canon Inc.
NO. : F-04-E00008
DATE :
DEC.2000
Printed in Japan
Imprimé au Japon

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  • Page 1: Service Information

    SERVICE INFORMATION Issued by Copying Machine Quality Assurance Center, Canon Inc. COLOR LASER COPIER MODEL: NO. : F-04-E00008 1120/1130/1150 DATE : DEC.2000 Major quality issues Quality upgrade/production efficiency Field quality problems Miscellaneous LOCATION SUBJECT Revision of Service Handbook The captioned technical documentation has been revised to reflect the following:...
  • Page 3 COLOR LASER COPIER 1120/1130/1150 REVISION 2 FY8-23B4-020 DEC. 2000 COPYRIGHT© 2000 CANON INC. CANON CLC1120/11301150 REV.2 DEC. 2000 PRINTED IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JAPON)
  • Page 4 IMPORTANT THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS PUBLISHED BY CANON, INC., JAPAN, AND IS FOR REFERENCE USE ONLY. SPECIFICATIONS AND OTHER INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN MAY VARY SLIGHTLY FROM ACTUAL MACHINE VALUES OR THOSE FOUND IN ADVERTISING AND OTHER PRINTED MATTER. ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO THE COPIER SERVICE DEPARTMENT OF THE SALES COMPANY.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION A. Scheduled Servicing List ......1-1 1. Copier ..........1-5 1. Copier ..........1-1 2. Paper Deck .......... 1-7 2. Paper Deck .......... 1-3 D. Image Adjustment Basic Procedure ..1-9 B. Periodically Replaced Parts ....... 1-4 E.
  • Page 6 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE A. Outline ............4-1 1. DC-CPU ........... 4-32 1. Starting Service Mode and 2. R-CPU ............. 4-48 Making Selections ....... 4-2 D. ADJUST (adjustment mode) ....4-51 2. Ending Service Mode ......4-3 E. FUNCTION (operation check mode) ..4-97 3.
  • Page 7: Chapter 1 Maintenance And Inspection

    CHAPTER 1 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION CHAPTER 1 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION A. Scheduled Servicing List 1. Copier Caution: Do not use solvents or oils other than those listed. Clean Replace Lubricate Adjust Inspect As of December 2000 Intervals Unit Part Remarks every every every...
  • Page 8 CHAPTER 1 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION Intervals Unit Part Remarks every every every every 20,000 25,000 40,000 50,000 For primary charging assembly, clean every 20,000 copies in low- humidity areas; for high- temperature/humidity areas, clean every 15,000 copies. Primary charging wire, In high-temperature/- Post-cleaning charging wire humidity areas, replace...
  • Page 9: Paper Deck

    CHAPTER 1 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION Note: If you have cleaned the sensor, be sure to execute the following in service mode: • For the black toner concentration sensor, FUNCTION>INSTALL>INIT-D. • For pre-cleaning sensor, FUNCTION>SENS-ADJ>CLN-OFST. 2. Paper Deck Clean Replace Lubricate Adjust Inspect As of...
  • Page 10: Periodically Replaced Parts

    CHAPTER 1 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION B. Periodically Replaced Parts As of December 2000 Part name Part number Q’ty Life (copies) Remarks Ozone filter (FM2, 5, 6) FB2-4397 25,000 Or, 1 yr. Air filter (FM1) FB4-4819 25,000 Or, 1 yr. Air filter (FM3) FF5-8405 25,000 Or, 1 yr.
  • Page 11: Consumables And Durables

    CHAPTER 1 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION C. Consumables and Durables 1. Copier As of December 2000 Part name Part number Q’ty Life Remarks (copies) Cleaner blade (drum cleaner FB4-4677 20,000 Simultaneously with assembly) photosensitive drum. Drum cleaner scoop-up sheet FF5-3993 20,000 Simultaneously with cleaning blade.
  • Page 12 CHAPTER 1 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION Part name Part number Q’ty Life Remarks (copies) Bk starter developer F42-3102 40,000 F42-3103 40,000 120V UL only. Separation/internal and FY3-0030 50,000 100V external static charging wires Separation/internal and FY3-0040 50,000 120/230V external charging wires Attraction brush unit FG6-0798 50,000...
  • Page 13: Paper Deck

    CHAPTER 1 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION 2. Paper Deck As of December 2000 Part name Part number Q’ty Life Remarks (copies) Paper deck pickup roller FB4-2033 250,000 Actual number of copies. Paper deck feeding roller FB4-2034 250,000 Actual number of copies. Paper deck separation roller FB2-7777 250,000...
  • Page 15 D. Image Adjustment Basic Procedure Adjusting the Left/Right Density Slope Correcting Difference in Density Make a copy of the Test Sheet. Is the density different between front Is the darkest and rear? area of the test print To [A] of next page. made for a 16-gradation check too light? Is the...
  • Page 16 Correcting Fogging Check the locked condition of the developing assembly. Check the value of DISPLAY> DENS>DENS-Y, DENS-M, DENS-C, Is the value of To [D] of next page. Is fogging noted? Go through the check DENS-K in service mode. DENS-Y, DENS-M, items for the developing DENS-C the specified assembly.
  • Page 17 Adjusting Transfer Adjusting the Original Exposure System/Color Balance Check the locked condition of the transfer blade in service mode. Check the positions of the copyboard glass, standard white plate, original scanning lamp, reflecting plate, and mirrors, and clean them. Is a transfer fault noted? Check to see if the No.
  • Page 18 E. Points to Note for Scheduled Servicing Optical System Process System Part Tool and others Work and remarks Part Tool and others Work and remarks Charging wire, shielding Lint-free paper, alcohol Dry wiping; then, cleaning Lens, CCD Blower brush Cleaning (Note 1) plate, block with alcohol Do NOT use water.
  • Page 19: Chapter 2 Standards And Adjustments

    CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS A. Image Adjustment System Image Margin The image margin of a copy is normal if it is as follows when made in Direct with original detection OFF. Leading edge: 8/0 ± 1.5 mm (8.0 ± 2.0 mm) Left/right: 2.0 ±...
  • Page 20 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS a. Adjusting the Left/Right Registration 1) Make ten copies each from all cassettes, multifeeder, and duplexing unit, and check the left/right registration A; it is correct if as follows: for cassette: 2.0 ± 1.5 mm for multifeeder: 2.0 ±...
  • Page 21 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS For the Multifeeder Turn the screw [1] to move the position of the tray so that the registration is 2.0 ± 1.5 mm in Direct. Figure 2-5 For the Duplexing Unit Loosen the screw [1], and move the position of the paper jogging guide so that the registration is 2.0 ±...
  • Page 22 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS 5) Slide out the transfer frame. 6) Place a ruler and copy paper against the marking (Figure 2-7) etched to the transfer drum ring (front, rear), and measure the position d of the copy paper in relation to the leading edge of the copy paper.
  • Page 23 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS c. Adjusting the Image Leading Edge Margin (RG-XA, RG-XB) 1) Select ADJUST>FEED-ADJ>RGST- CHK in service mode. 2) Set RGST-CHK to '1' (2-sheet retention; sides B and A), and press OK. 3) Select RGST-ON, and press OK. •...
  • Page 24 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS d. Adjusting the Transfer Delay (TR- DELAY) 1) Select FUNCTION>ATTRACT>TR1- CHK in service mode. 2) Set TR1-CHK to '1' (2-sheet retention; both sides B and A), and press OK. 3) Select TR1-ON, and press OK. •...
  • Page 25 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS e. Adjusting the Image Read Start Position (ADJ-XY) 1) Place the Test Sheet on the copyboard glass. ADJ-Y 2) Select ADJUST>ADJ-XY in service mode. 3) on the ADJ-XY screen, press the Copy Start key. ADJ-X •...
  • Page 26: Exposure System

    CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS B. Exposure System Routing the Scanner Drive Cable Route the scanner drive cable as indicated; i.e., [1] through [8]. Then, perform "adjusting the mirror position." 5, 8 Figure 2-14 Adjusting the Mirror Position Be sure to adjust the position of the mirror when you have routed the scanner drive cable.
  • Page 27: Image Formation System

    CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS C. Image Formation System Charging Adjusting the Height of Height of charging wire (mm) Range assembly Charging Wires Primary 4 mm (approx.) 10.5 charging The height (position) of the charging wire assembly of each charging assembly may be adjusted by turning the screw found behind the assembly.
  • Page 28 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS 6) Dry wipe the window of the pre- cleaning sensor, and mount it. 7) Turn on the power switch, and keep the copier in standby state. 8) Select FUNCTION>INSTALL> STIR-4 in service mode, and execute 9) Select FUNCTION>SENS-ADJ>...
  • Page 29 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS 5) Secure the drum shaft positioning tool [7] in place to the photosensitive drum frame unit with the two screws [8] removed in step 2). 6) Secure the drum motor assembly in place with seven screws. 7) Detach the drum shaft positioning tool, and slide out the photosensitive drum unit from the copier;...
  • Page 30 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS Replacing the Developer 1) Open the hopper unit fully. 2) An appreciable amount of developer will fall out in the next step. Keep a plastic bag [1] as shown. 3) Detach the cap [2] from the discharge opening found at the front bottom of the developing assembly whose developer you want to replace.
  • Page 31 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS 14) Fit the developer supply funnel that comes with the copier to the developing assembly upright. Figure 2-23 15) Put the developer into the developing assembly. • Turn the developer container slowly while tilting it to facilitate the work. 16) When done, press the Stop key to stop the operation.
  • Page 32: Pickup/feeding System

    CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS D. Pickup/Feeding System Orientation of the Cassette Pickup Roller When mounting the pickup roller [1] to the pickup assembly, be sure that the round marking [2] on the rubber portion is at the copier's front. The pickup roller is identified by color as follows: •...
  • Page 33 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS Adjusting the Pressure of the Separation Roller If double feeding or pickup failure occurs during pickup, adjust the position of the pressure spring of the separation roller. a. If double feeding occurs, move the spring in the direction of arrow A.
  • Page 34 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS Attaching the Timing Belt for the Multifeeder Assembly Keep the rack plate [1] of the multifeeder in closed state. Move the slide volume [2] in the direction of the arrow, and attach the timing belt [3] to the pulley.
  • Page 35 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS Position of the Duplexing Feed Roller Solenoid While the steel core of the solenoid is drawn to the copier, mount the duplexing feed solenoid so that the distance L2 between the top edge of the feed roller and the holding tray [L2] is 49 ±...
  • Page 36 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS 5) Peel off the trailing edge of the transfer drum sheet and keep it off the transfer drum. Figure 2-36 6) Peel off the leading edge of the transfer drum sheet. Figure 2-37 7) Peel off the transfer drum sheet while holding it on its leading edge.
  • Page 37 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS b. Attaching the Transfer Drum Sheet Caution: Do not touch the area on the transfer drum sheet where copy paper will be attracted. 1) Shift the locking lever of the transfer blade and the attraction brush in clockwise direction to release them.
  • Page 38 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS Caution: 1. Fix the side of the transfer drum sheet with a long hole temporarily in place so that that the gap between the left Pull lightly to remove the slack in the middle. side of the transfer drum sheet and the edge of the transfer ring is about 0.5 mm.
  • Page 39 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS Caution: After wrapping the transfer drum sheet Leading edge of sheet around the transfer drum, check the gap between the leading edge and the trailing edge of the sheet; make sure it is 0±1.5 Trailing edge of sheet mm.
  • Page 40 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS 10) Without pulling the transfer drum sheet, lightly press along the middle of the double-sided tape, along the trailing edge of the sheet in sequence: [1], [2], and [3]. Figure2-46a 11) Move the thumbs in axial direction, lightly pressing against the linking plate so that the double-sided tape will be firmly in contact.
  • Page 41 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS When Replacing the Transfer Drum Assembly If you have replaced the transfer drum, perform the following in service mode (ADJUST>FEED-ADJ; p. 2-1): 1. Adjusting the attraction position (ATT-T- A, ATT-T-B) 2. Adjusting the image leading edge margin (RG-XA, RG-XB, RG-Y) 3.
  • Page 42: E. Fixing System

    CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS E. Fixing System When Replacing the Fixing Heater Do not touch the surface of the heater. Reference: The copier's fixing heater has a specific orientation (front, rear); be sure to mount it so that the black lead line is at the rear. Adjusting the Nip (nut for locking the fixing assembly) a.
  • Page 43 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS Orientation of the Cleaning Belt Mount the fixing cleaning belt as shown . Figure 2-49 Fixing Upper Cleaning Belt (rear view) Figure 2-50 Fixing Lower Cleaning Belt (rear view) Orientation of the fixing Upper/ Lower Solenoid Adjust the position so that the stroke [A] is 3 ±...
  • Page 44 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS Points to Note When Replacing the Oil Coating Assembly Caution: 1. The oil coating unit is adjusted and assembled at the factory, and must not be removed. Do not touch the screws [1] shown in the figure. 2.
  • Page 45: F. Externals/controls

    CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS F. Externals/Controls Handling the Flywheel The copier's flywheel [1] weighs 8 kg in total. Take extra care not to drop it during work. When holding it, be sure to support it on its left and right as shown. Figure 2-54 2-27...
  • Page 46 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS G. Paper Deck Mounting the Paper Level Indicator If you have moved the paper level indicator drive belt behind the front cover or the deck lifter when removing the front cover, perform the following to correct its position: 1) Move down the deck lifter to the lower limit.
  • Page 47 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS Adjusting the Position of the Roll Make adjustments using the four mounting screws [4] of the roll support plate [3] so that the roll [1] is about 3 mm from the floor [2] when the compartment is fully slid out.
  • Page 48 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS Orientation of the Deck Pickup Roller When mounting the deck pickup roller [1] at the front, be sure that the marking [2] on the collar (silver-colored) is at the copier's front and the marking [3] on the side of the roller is at the copier's rear.
  • Page 49 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS Adjusting the Deck Separation Roller Pressure If double feeding or pickup failure occurs when pickup is from the side paper deck, adjust the position of pressure spring of the deck separation roller. • If pickup failure occurs, move the position of the spring in the direction of arrow A.
  • Page 50 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS H. Electrical System The copier's service mode is used to adjust its electrical mechanisms. Most of them are adjusted at the factory, and require high precision. As a rule, do not make those adjustments that are not discussed herein.
  • Page 51 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS Adjusting the Laser Power If you replaced the laser scanner unit, laser driver PCB, or laser controller PCB, enter the values attached to the PCB in service mode (ADJUST>LASER). Attach the label behind the right front cover for future reference.
  • Page 52 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS Caution: 1. Turn VR2 slowly while monitoring the output of the laser power checker so as to avoid increasing the laser power excessively. Turning VR2 counterclockwise will decrease the laser output. 2. Be sure not to exceed the value recorded on the label. Otherwise, the laser diode may become damaged.
  • Page 53 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS 8) Detach the laser power checker, and secure the slot cover in place. 9) Mount the left inside cover. When Replacing the Scanning Lamp, Standard White Plate, Lamp Regulator, Lamp Reflecting Plate, Analog Processor PCB, No. 1 Mirror Base Unit, No.
  • Page 54 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS 9) Press the Reset key, and turn off the power switch. 10) Disconnect the connector J1 of the environment measurement PCB. 11) Turn on the power switch. 12) Check the temperature and the humidity on the DISPLAY>ANALOG screen in service mode. TEMP: 25 ±5°C ABS-HUM: 36 ±10%...
  • Page 55 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS Registering the Cassette/Multifeeder Paper Width Basic Value Perform what follows below for the following: • If you have replaced the copier's paper width detecting VR (including the multifeeder). • If you have adjusted the front/rear registration of the cassette. You need to register a paper width basic value of STMTR and A4R for each cassette;...
  • Page 56 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS Checking the Surface Potential System If an image fault has occurred, you must be sure if the cause is in the static latent image formation block (including the photosensitive drum and the potential control system) or the developing/transfer system.
  • Page 57 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS Method 2 1) Turn off the power switch. 2) Remove the photosensitive drum unit. 3) Fit the potential sensor electrode (TKN-0197) to the potential sensor. Caution: When fitting the potential sensor electrode to the potential sensor, make sure that magenta of the electrode will not come into contact with the potential sensor base.
  • Page 58 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS When Replacing the DC Driver PCB Check the setting of the DIP switch on the old DC driver PCB, and set the DIP switch on the new DC driver PCB. In addition, be sure to remove the jumper connector J1050 from the old DC driver PCB, and connect it to J1050 of the new DC driver PCB.
  • Page 59 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS Sensor Connector No. Checks Voltage I/O address display reading J602-2 Move the scanner by When the light- Original --------- hand while in blocking plate is at scanner HP standby. PS1, sensor While the light- blocking plate is not at PS1, J1014-B8 Move the transfer...
  • Page 60 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS Sensor Connector No. Checks Voltage I/O address display reading PS11 J1004-B2 Put paper over PS11 When paper is Fixing upper P006-3 while in standby. present over PS11, cleaning belt When paper is absent length sensor over PS11, PS12 J1004-B3...
  • Page 61 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS Sensor Connector No. Checks Voltage I/O address display reading PS25/DPS25 J1018-A5 Put paper over PS25 When paper is Cassette 3/2 P002-8 while in standby. present over PS25, paper sensor When paper is absent over PS25, PS26 J1017-A4 Put paper over PS26...
  • Page 62 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS Sensor Connector No. Checks Voltage I/O address display reading PS37 J1022-A3 Put paper over PS37 When paper is (CLC1150) P002-2 while in standby. present over PS37, Duplexing When paper is absent inlet paper over PS37, sensor PS40 J1022-A4...
  • Page 63 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS Sensor Connector No. Checks Voltage I/O address display reading PS53 J1016-A2 Take measurements When at HP, Y developing P00A-10 during copying. When not at HP, assembly HP sensor PS55 J1015-B3 Take measurements When at HP, Bk developing P00A-11 during copying...
  • Page 64 CHAPTER 2 STANDARDS AND ADJUSTMENTS Sensor Connector No. Checks Voltage I/O address display reading PS103 J5-A7 Put the light-blocking When the light- Deck lifter P007-13 plate while in blocking plate is upper limit standby. pushed, sensor When the light- blocking plate is not pushed, PS104 J5-A10...
  • Page 65: Chapter 3 Arrangement And Functions Of Electrical Parts

    CHAPTER 3 ARRANGEMENT AND FUNCTIONS OF ELECTRICAL PARTS CHAPTER 3 ARRANGEMENT AND FUNCTIONS OF ELECTRICAL PARTS A. Sensors 1. CLC1120/1130 Original scanner home position sensor Side A sensor Side B sensor C sensor PS71 Pre-transfer paper sensor Post-transfer paper sensor PS70L PS70S PS31...
  • Page 66 CHAPTER 3 ARRANGEMENT AND FUNCTIONS OF ELECTRICAL PARTS PS41 Right front cover sensor PS42 Left front cover sensor PS43 Delivery cover sensor PS44 Pickup cover sensor PS53 PS15 PS51 PS46 Cassette 1 open/closed sensor PS49 PS18 PS47 Cassette 2 open/closed sensor PS55 PS48 Cassette 3 open/closed sensor...
  • Page 67: Clc1150

    CHAPTER 3 ARRANGEMENT AND FUNCTIONS OF ELECTRICAL PARTS 2. CLC1150 Original scanner home position sensor Side A sensor Side B sensor C sensor PS71 Pre-transfer paper sensor Post-transfer paper sensor PS70L PS70S Separation sensor PS31 PS32 PS30 Attraction/transfer locking cam HP sensor PS35 PS33...
  • Page 68 CHAPTER 3 ARRANGEMENT AND FUNCTIONS OF ELECTRICAL PARTS PS37 Duplexing inlet paper sensor PS40 Paper jogging guide HP sensor PS41 Right front cover sensor PS42 Left front cover sensor PS53 PS15 PS51 PS43 Delivery cover sensor PS49 PS18 PS44 Pickup cover sensor PS55 DPS47 Cassette 1 open/closed sensor...
  • Page 69: Thermistors, Lamps, And Heaters

    CHAPTER 3 ARRANGEMENT AND FUNCTIONS OF ELECTRICAL PARTS B. Thermistors, Lamps, and Heaters THM1 Fixing upper thermistor 1 THM2 Fixing upper thermistor 2 THM3 Fixing lower thermsitor 3 THM4 Fixing lower thermistor 4 Scanner thermal switch 1 Fixing upper thermal switch THM1 THM2 Fixing lower thermal switch...
  • Page 70: Clutches

    CHAPTER 3 ARRANGEMENT AND FUNCTIONS OF ELECTRICAL PARTS C. Clutches 1. CLC1120/1130 M developing cylinder clutch C developing cylinder clutch Y developing cylinder clutch Bk developing cylinder clutch M toner supply clutch CL16 C toner supply clutch CL10 Y toner supply clutch Bk toner supply clutch Registration clutch CL11...
  • Page 71: Clc1150

    CHAPTER 3 ARRANGEMENT AND FUNCTIONS OF ELECTRICAL PARTS 2. CLC1150 M developing cylinder clutch C developing cylinder clutch Y developing cylinder clutch Bk developing cylinder clutch M toner supply clutch CL16 C toner supply clutch CL10 Y toner supply clutch Bk toner supply clutch Registration clutch CL15...
  • Page 72: Solenoids

    CHAPTER 3 ARRANGEMENT AND FUNCTIONS OF ELECTRICAL PARTS D. Solenoids 1. CLC1120/1130 Fixing upper cleaning belt solenoid Fixing lower cleaning belt solenoid Separation push-up solenoid Separation claw solenoid Registration roller releasing SL14 solenoid Attraction roller solenoid Pickup roller 1 solenoid Pickup roller 2 solenoid Pickup roller 3 solenoid (CLC1130 only)
  • Page 73: Clc1150

    CHAPTER 3 ARRANGEMENT AND FUNCTIONS OF ELECTRICAL PARTS 2. CLC1150 Fixing upper cleaning belt solenoid Fixing lower cleaning belt solenoid Separation push-up solenoid Separation claw solenoid Registration roller releasing SL14 solenoid Attraction roller solenoid SL10 DSL8 Pickup roller 1 solenoid SL13 DSL9 Pickup roller 2 solenoid...
  • Page 74: Fans

    CHAPTER 3 ARRANGEMENT AND FUNCTIONS OF ELECTRICAL PARTS E. Fans Original exposure system cooling fan 1 Exhaust discharge fan Primary charging assembly fan Laser scanner motor cooling fan Ozone suction fan Toner suction fan IP cooling an Electrical unit cooling fan Power supply cooling fan 1 FM11 Delivery cooling fan...
  • Page 75: Motors

    CHAPTER 3 ARRANGEMENT AND FUNCTIONS OF ELECTRICAL PARTS F. Motors Drum motor Laser scanner motor PM15 Main motor Fixing motor Primary charging wire cleaning motor Cleaning blade reciprocating motor Transfer drum cleaning brush motor Polishing roller motor Hopper motor Cassette 1 lifter motor Cassette 2 lifter motor Cassette 3 lifter motor (CLC1130 only)
  • Page 76 CHAPTER 3 ARRANGEMENT AND FUNCTIONS OF ELECTRICAL PARTS Drum motor Laser scanner motor PM15 Main motor Fixing motor Primary charging wire cleaning motor Cleaning blade reciprocating motor Transfer drum leaner brush motor Polishing roller motor Hopper motor DM12 Cassette 1 lifter motor DM12 DM13 Cassette 2 lifter motor...
  • Page 77: Pcbs

    CHAPTER 3 ARRANGEMENT AND FUNCTIONS OF ELECTRICAL PARTS G. PCBs CPU PCB CCD/CCD driver PCB Analog processor PCB [10] Image processor motherboard [15] [36] Image processor main PCB [15] [25] Image processor ECO PCB [38] [39] ECO relay PCB Laser controller PCB [23] Laser drive PCB BD PCB...
  • Page 78 CHAPTER 3 ARRANGEMENT AND FUNCTIONS OF ELECTRICAL PARTS Developing bias PCB HVT-AC PCB HVT-DC PCB Potential measurement PCB [29] Main motor driver PCB [12] Laser scanner motor PCB [18] Hopper motor PCB [14] [37] [13] IP-ED/IF PCB (accessory) IP-PRJ PCB (accessory) Flicker controller PCB (230-V [26] [31]...
  • Page 79: Paper Deck

    CHAPTER 3 ARRANGEMENT AND FUNCTIONS OF ELECTRICAL PARTS H. Paper Deck 1. Sensors and Switches PS101 Deck pickup sensor PS102 Deck paper absent sensor PS103 Deck lifter upper limit sensor PS104 Deck position sensor PS105 Deck set sensor PS107 Deck paper level upper sensor PS108 Deck paper level lower sensor PS109...
  • Page 80 CHAPTER 3 ARRANGEMENT AND FUNCTIONS OF ELECTRICAL PARTS 2. Motors, Clutches, Solenoids, and PCBs PM101 Deck pickup motor M101 Deck lifter motor CL102 Deck pickup clutch SL101 Deck pickup solenoid SL102 Deck open solenoid Deck driver PCB Deck open switch PCB Table 3-13 SL101 CL102...
  • Page 81: Variable Resistors (vr), Light-emitting Diodes (led), And Check Pins By Pcb

    CHAPTER 3 ARRANGEMENT AND FUNCTIONS OF ELECTRICAL PARTS Variable Resistors (VR), Light-Emitting Diodes (LED), and Check Pins by PCB Of the variable resistors (VR), light-emitting diodes (LED), and check pins used in the copier, those that may be used in the field are discussed. Caution: 1.
  • Page 82: Cpu Pcb

    CHAPTER 3 ARRANGEMENT AND FUNCTIONS OF ELECTRICAL PARTS Caution: If the copier is used in highlands (low atmospheric pressure), images may suffer from transfer faults. Try changing the setting of the DIP switch (SW1) to highland 1, and see if the problem is corrected;...
  • Page 83: Analog Processor Pcb

    CHAPTER 3 ARRANGEMENT AND FUNCTIONS OF ELECTRICAL PARTS 4. Analog Processor PCB J2105 J2102 J2104 J2103 Figure 3-17 5. Laser Driver PCB J1302 J1303 Figure 3-18 VR2: for Pmax adjustment of the laser. 3-19...
  • Page 84: Lamp Regulator Pcb

    CHAPTER 3 ARRANGEMENT AND FUNCTIONS OF ELECTRICAL PARTS 6. Lamp Regulator PCB Figure 3-19 7. DC Fuse PCB J938 J939 J931 J929 J937 FU940 J934 J935 FU926 FU939 J905 FU938 FU937 FU936 FU931 J907 J909 J908 J933 Figure 3-20 3-20...
  • Page 85: Ac Fuse Pcb

    CHAPTER 3 ARRANGEMENT AND FUNCTIONS OF ELECTRICAL PARTS 8. AC Fuse PCB FU101 Figure 3-21 9. Developing Bias PCB VR506 J405 J404 VR507 VR509 VR503 VR505 VR508 VR504 VR502 VR501 Figure 3-22 3-21...
  • Page 86: Hvt-ac Pcb

    CHAPTER 3 ARRANGEMENT AND FUNCTIONS OF ELECTRICAL PARTS 10. HVT-AC PCB J421 VR102 J106 VR101 Figure 3-23 11. Potential Measurement PCB LED1 Figure 3-24 LED1: remains on while the surface potential of the drum is being measured. 3-22...
  • Page 87: Outline

    CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE A. Outline The copier's service mode consists of three levels, each using its own screen: Initial screen, Level 1/Level 2 item Screen, and Level 3 item screen. User screen Reset key ( )(2,8)( ) Initial screen Reset key Select an item.
  • Page 88: Starting Service Mode And Making Selections

    CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE The copier's service mode consists of the following seven: COPIER FEEDER Control/display mode DISPLAY SORTER I/O display mode EDITOR ADJUST Adjustment mode FUNCTION Operation/inspection mode OPTION Settings mode Test print mode TEST Counter mode COUNTER Figure 4-2 Division of Service Mode 1.
  • Page 89: Ending Service Mode

    CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE 2. Ending Service Mode • Press the Reset key once to bring back the service mode Initial screen (Figure 4-3). • Press the Reset key twice to end service mode and to bring back the User screen (standard screen).
  • Page 90 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Back-Up Data Items Adjust ADJ-XY ADJ-X ADJ-Y ADJ-S ADJ-J EC-B EC-G EC-R LASER T-V00 T-VFF P3-V00 P3-VFF-1 P3-VFF-2 P3-VFF-3 P3-VFF-4 DENS SGNL-Y SGNL-M SGNL-C REF-Y REF-M REF-C SIGG-Y SIGG-M SIGG-C RGAIN-K D-Y-TRGT D-M-TRGT D-C-TRGT PTOFST-Y PTOFST-M PTOFST-C PTOFST-K D-REF-Y...
  • Page 91 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Adjust DENS D-SGNL-M D-SGNL-C D-SGNL-K D-SGNL-4 P-REF-Y P-REF-M P-REF-C P-REF-K P-SGNL-Y P-SGNL-M P-SGNL-C P-SGNL-K SIGG-K SIGG-P-Y SIGG-P-M SIGG-P-C SIGG-P-K RGAN-P-Y RGAN-P-M RGAN-P-C RGAN-P-K V-CONT VBACK-Y VBACK-M VBACK-C VBACK-K EPOTOFST PF-CRT-Y PF-CRT-M PF-CRT-C PF-CRT-K PASCAL OFST-P-Y OFST-P-M OFST-P-C OFST-P-K COLOR...
  • Page 92 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Adjust COLOR OFST-M OFST-C OFST-K P-ADJ-Y P-ADJ-M P-ADJ-C P-ADJ-K P-OFST-Y P-OFST-M P-OFST-C P-OFST-K HV-TR TR-TR TR-L1 HV-L2 TR-N1 TR-N2 TR-T1 TR-T2 TR-UT1 TR-UT2 TR-S1-1 TR-S2-1 TR-OHP TR-POST HV-SP HV-SP SP-L1 SP-L2 SP-N1 SP-N2 SP-T1 SP-T2 SP-UT1 SP-UT2 SP-S1-1 SP-S2-1...
  • Page 93 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Adjust HV-SP SP-ON-L2 SP-ON-T1 SP-ON-T2 SP-ONUT1 SP-ONUT2 SP-ON-S1 SP-ON-S2 SP-ONOHP SP-ON-PT HV-IEL HV-IEL IEL-L1 IEL-L2 IEL-N1 IEL-N2 IEL-T1 IEL-T2 IEL-UT1 IEL-UT2 IEL-S1-1 IEL-S2-1 IEL-OHP IEL-POST HV-ATT HV-ATT ATT-L1 ATT-L2 ATT-N1 ATT-N2 ATT-T1 ATT-T2 ATT-S1 ATT-S2 ATT-OHP ATT-UT1 ATT-UT2 ATT-POST...
  • Page 94 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Adjust DOC-REC DS-DOC FEED-ADJ ATT-T-A ATT-T-B RG-XA RG-XB RG-Y TR-DLY-A TR-DLY-B TR-END-A TR-END-B CST-ADJ C2-STMTR C2-A4R C3-STMTR C3-A4R MF-A4R MF-A6R MF-A4 C1-LVOL C1-HVOL C2-LVOL C2-HVOL C3-LVOL C3-HVOL MISC SEG-ADJ K-ADJ ATT-RTN1 ATT-RTN2 ATT-RTN3 ATT-RTN4 BC-ADJ ACS-ADJ SENS-ADJ CLN-TH CLN-TMP...
  • Page 95 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Adjust HV-SP-AC HV-SP SP-L1 SP-L2 SP-N1 SP-N2 SP-T1 SP-T2 SP-UT1 SP-UT2 SP-S1-1 SP-S2-1 SP-OHP SP-POST HV-PSTCL HV-PSTCL FEEDER ADJ-RX ADJ-RY ADJ-DX ADJ-DY DS-PRJ DS-OHP RD-XS RD-XE RD-YS RD-YE DA-XS DA-XE DA-YS DA-YE NEGA-B NEGA-G NEGA-R POSI-B POSI-G POSI-R N-LMT...
  • Page 96 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Adjust OHP-LMT P-DA-XS P-DA-XE P-DA-YS P-DA-YE N-DA-XS N-DA-XE N-DA-YS N-DA-YE O-DA-XS O-DA-XE O-DA-YS O-DA-YE CHNGR-X CHNGR-Y EDITOR ED-X ED-Y LOOP-MB LOOP-TH MRK-MB MRK-TH 4-10...
  • Page 97 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Option BODY CCD-DISP MODEL-SZ RCPR-MD F-WEB PASCAL PSCL-MD EC-GLASS PSTCL-ON USER METAL OHP-MODE COPY-LIM COUNTER1 COUNTER2 COUNTER3 COUNTER4 COUNTER5 COUNTER6 CONTROL COLDOFST MONO-SPD CLR-L-SP PRJ-L-SP BKL-L-SP P-SZ-C1 P-SZ-C2 COIN DK-P INT-FACE REMOTE B-CLR P-PRT-MF 4-11...
  • Page 98: Basic Operation

    CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE 4. Basic Operation a. Initial Screen Figure 4-5 b. Level 1/Level 2 Item Screen Figure 4-6 4-12...
  • Page 99 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE c. Level 3 Item Screen Number of pages <VERSION> < 1/3 > < READY > DC-CON Level 2 items R-CON ready for servicing/copying READY: operation. PANEL jam exists. JAM: SCANNER executing service operation. SERVICE: executing warm-up operation. WAITING: door is open.
  • Page 100: Display (control Display Mode)

    CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE B. DISPLAY (control display mode) COPIER>DISPLAY Items Level 1 item Level 2 item Level 3 item Description DISPLAY VERSION DC-CON ROM version of the DC controller R-CON ROM version of the reader controller PANEL ROM version of the control panel controller SCANNER ROM version of the scanner motor ROM version of the ECO PCB...
  • Page 101 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE GAIN-OB gain adjustment value of LUE-ODD GAIN-OG gain adjustment value of GREEN-ODD GAIN-OR gain adjustment value of RED-ODD GAIN-EB gain adjustment value for BLUE-EVEN GAIN-EG gain adjustment value for GREEN-EVEN GAIN-ER gain adjustment value for RED-EVEN CCD-TYPE indicates type (CCD/analog processor) METAL...
  • Page 102 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE DVFF-700 dark area potential attenuation ( V) at laser VFF while the drum surface potential is at 700 V PFF-Y setting of laser pulse width for Y PFF-M setting of laser pulse width for M PFF-C setting of laser pulse width for C PFF-K setting of laser pulse width for Bk...
  • Page 103 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE REF-C measurement of the concentration reference signal inside the C developing assembly (present value; direct light from LED) measurement of the present Y developer SGNL-Y concentration (present value) SGNL-M measurement of the present M developer concentration (present value) SGNL-C measurement of the present C developer concentration (present value)
  • Page 104 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE PRJ>DISPLAY Items Level 1 item Level 2 item Level 3 item Description DISPLAY CHANGER auto changer (0: absent, 1: present) TRAY slide tray (0: absent, 1: present) T-KIND tray type (0: 80, 1: 40) T-SET slide (0: absent, 1: present) T-MOVE tray (0: stationary, 1: moving) T-M-ERR...
  • Page 105 LANGUAGE Indicates the language used/paper size configuration. Display <LANGUAGE xxyy-zz.aa> xx (first 2 digits): country code yy (last 2 digits): language code zz: destination code (00: CANON, 01: OEM) aa: paper size configuration code Code Configuration Inch All sizes ACC-STS Indicates the state of connection of accessories.
  • Page 106 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE ANALOG COPIER>DISPLAY Indicates the measurements taken by the analog sensor. Level 1 Description Remarks TEMP Indicates the machine internal temperature Unit: °C (environment sensor). Indicates the machine internal humidity (movement Unit: %RH sensor). ABS-HUM Indicates the machine internal absolute humidity. Unit: g FIX-UC Indicates the temperature (THM1) of the middle of...
  • Page 107 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE COPIER>DISPLAY Indicates jam data. < JAM > < 1/8 > < READY > AAA BBBB CCCC DDDD E FFff G HHHHHH IIIII AAA BBBB CCCC DDDD E FFff G HHHHHH IIIII AAA BBBB CCCC DDDD E FFff G HHHHHH IIIII AAA BBBB CCCC DDDD E FFff G HHHHHH IIIII AAA BBBB CCCC DDDD E FFff G HHHHHH IIIII AAA BBBB CCCC DDDD E FFff G HHHHHH IIIII...
  • Page 108 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE FF: Type of Jam COPIER>DISPLAY Code Type Code Type 00xx Feeder 04xx service mode 01xx delay 05xx sorter 02xx stationary EExx service call 03xx remaining FFxx door open Table 4-1 ff: Jam Sensor Jam sensor Code Jam sensor xx01* pickup vertical path sensor (PS27)
  • Page 109 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE ff: Detail of Sorter Jam COPIER>DISPLAY Code Type Code Type of jam xx03 feeding delay xx08 door open jam (paper present) xx04 feeding stationary xx09 door open jam (paper absent) xx06 staple jam xx0A bin outside jam xx07 power-on jam Table 4-2b...
  • Page 110 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE COPIER>DISPLAY Indicates error codes. < 1/4 > < READY > < ERR > AAA BBBB CCCC DDDD EEEE FFff G HH AAA BBBB CCCC DDDD EEEE FFff G HH AAA BBBB CCCC DDDD EEEE FFff G HH AAA BBBB CCCC DDDD EEEE FFff G HH AAA BBBB CCCC DDDD EEEE FFff G HH AAA BBBB CCCC DDDD EEEE FFff G HH...
  • Page 111 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE COPIER>DISPLAY Indicates the measurements related to the CCD. Level 3 Description Remarks BAR-CODE bar code value of the standard white plate Indicated only when FUNCTION>CCD>CCD- ADJ has been executed. TARGET-B shading target value of BLUE TARGET-G shading target value of GREEN TARGET-R shading target value of RED...
  • Page 112 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE DPOT COPIER>DISPLAY Indicates the control data for the surface potential of the photosensitive drum. Level 3 Description Remarks DPOT surface potential (V) of the photosensitive drum Indicated in round numbers, omitting decimal places. V00-Y setting (V) of Y at laser output 00 V00-M setting (V) of M at laser output 00 V00-C...
  • Page 113 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE COPIER>DISPLAY Level 3 Description Remarks VCONT-Y setting (V) of Y for target contrast potential Indicated in round numbers, omitting decimal places. VCONT-M setting (V) of M for target contrast potential VCONT-C setting (V) of C for target contrast potential VCONT-K setting (V) of Bk for target contrast potential VBACK-Y...
  • Page 114 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE DENS COPIER>DISPLAY Indicates the concentration of developer. Level 3 Description Remarks DENS-Y computed value (%) of the developer inside the Y Indicates to the second developing assembly decimal place. DENS-M computed value (%) of the developer inside the M developing assembly DENS-C computed value (%) of the developer inside the C...
  • Page 115 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE COPIER>DISPLAY Level 3 Description Remarks D-Y-TRGT target value of Y developer concentration Indicated in round numbers, omitting decimal places D-M-TRGT target value of M developer concentration D-C-TRGT target value of C developer concentration REF-Y present value of the density reference signal for the Y developing assembly (direct light form (LED) REF-M present value of the density reference signal for the...
  • Page 116 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE SENSOR COPIER>DISPLAY Indicates the state of sensors of particular importance for servicing work. Level 3 Description Remarks SC-HP output of the original scanner HP sensor (PS1) 0: HP 1: not HP ITOP-A output of the side A sensor (PS2) 0: sensor not detecting signal plate 1: sensor detecting signal...
  • Page 117 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Projector PRJ>DISPLAY Level 3 Description Remarks CHANGER presence/absence of the auto changer 0: absent, 1: present TRAY presence/absence of the slide tray 0: absent, 1: present T-KIND type of tray 0: 80, 1: 140 T-SET presence/absence of slides 0: absent, 1: present T-MOVE state of the tray...
  • Page 118: I/o (i/o Display Mode)

    CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE C. I/O (I/O display mode) 1. DC-CPU I/O>DC-CON Address Description Remarks P001 buffer path unit jam detection 1: paper present not used internal delivery sensor (PS12) signal 1: paper present external delivery sensor (PS31) signal 1: paper present separation sensor (PS7) signal 1: paper present post-transfer paper sensor (PS6) signal...
  • Page 119 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE I/O>DC-CON Address Description Remarks P003 hopper motor (M10) ready signal 0: READY transfer drum cleaner brush motor (M8) ready 0: READY signal not used duplexing motor (M14) ready signal 0: READY laser scanner motor (M3) ready signal 0: READY fixing motor (M5) ready signal 0: READY...
  • Page 120 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE I/O>DC-CON Address Description Remarks P005 not used not used not used not used pickup holder model code 3 signal pickup holder model code 2 signal pickup holder model code 1 signal pickup holder model code 0 signal not used not used not used...
  • Page 121 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE I/O>DC-CON Address Description Remarks P007 multifeeder lifter H sensor (PS17) signal 1: ON multifeeder lifter L sensor (PS18) signal 1: ON deck lifter upper limit sensor (PS103) signal 1: upper limit not used not used cassette 1 lifter sensor (PS19) signal 1: ON cassette 2 lifter sensor (PS22/DPS22) signal 1: ON...
  • Page 122 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE I/O>DC-CON Address Description Remarks P009 not used not used not used not used not used C sensor (PS4) signal 1: ON side B sensor (PS3) image leading edge signal 1: ON (light-blocking plate present) side A sensor (PS2) image leading edge signal 1: ON (light-blocking plate present) not used...
  • Page 123 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE I/O>DC-CON Address Description Remarks P00B power supply cooling fan (FM9) error detection 1: error not used 24 V off detection (linked to door) 1: OFF not used not used internal static eliminator high voltage error 1: error HVT AC error detection 1: error cleaning blade reciprocating motor (M7) error...
  • Page 124 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE I/O>DC-CON Address Description Remarks P00D not used 1: HP not used not used not used not used not used not used not used fixing oil pump driver error detection 0: error if pump is in operation. 1: error if pump is at rest.
  • Page 125 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE I/O>DC-CON Address Description Remarks P00F 15-0 not used P010 15-0 not used P011 hard check output hard check output har d check output hard check output hard check output hard check output hard check output hard check output not used not used not used...
  • Page 126 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE I/O>DC-CON Address Description Remarks P013 control state of the fixing heater 0: during control not used transparency sensor LED (PS69L) ON signal 1: ON pre-cleaning paper sensor LED (PS71L) ON signal 1: ON fixing upper heater drive signal 0: ON fixing lower heater drive signal 0: ON...
  • Page 127 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE I/O>DC-CON Address Description Remarks P015 not used not used not used not used counter 3 (CNT4) signal counter 2 (CNT3) signal counter 1 (CNT2) signal counter 0 (CNT1) signal registration jam timing signal deck sensor select signal 2 deck sensor select signal 1 deck sensor select signal 0 pre-registration jam timing signal...
  • Page 128 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE I/O>DC-CON Address Description Remarks P017 not used not used not used not used not used not used not used not used registration clutch (CL9) drive signal 1: ON multifeeder feed clutch (CL10) drive signal 1: ON multifeeder pickup clutch (CL16) drive signal 1: ON deck pickup clutch (CL102) drive signal...
  • Page 129 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE I/O>DC-CON Address Description Remarks P019 No. 3/No. 4 DC remote signal 0: remote No. 3/No. 4 WBP remote signal 0: remote No. 1/No. 2 DC remote signal 0: remote No. 1/No. 2 WBP remote signal 0: remote DC output select 4 signal 0: select DC output select 3 signal...
  • Page 130 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE I/O>DC-CON Address Description Remarks P01B deck open sensor (PS109) signal 0: open deck set sensor (PS105) signal 0: set deck open switch (SW101) signal 1: open deck stack level upper sensor (PS107) signal 0: paper present deck paper level lower sensor (PS108) signal 0: paper present deck detection signal...
  • Page 131 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE I/O>DC-CON Address Description Remarks P01D not used not used multifeeder pickup solenoid (SL14) drive signal 1: ON deck pickup roller releasing solenoid (SL101) drive 1: ON signal duplexing paper feed roller solenoid (SL13) drive 1: ON signal pickup roller 1 solenoid (SL7) 1: ON...
  • Page 132 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE I/O>DC-CON Address Description Remarks P01F not used not used not used not used not used not used not used not used ozone suction fan (FM5) drive signal 1: ON not used primary charging assembly fan (FM3) full speed 1: full speed, 0: half speed drive signal primary charging assembly fan (FM3) half speed...
  • Page 133 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE I/O>DC-CON Address Description Remarks P021 not used not used not used not used not used not used not used not used not used not used not used not used not used not used LD-J2DCON 1: download mode power switch off signal 1: OFF P022...
  • Page 134: R-cpu

    CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE 2. R-CPU I/O>R-CON Address Description Remarks P001 15-8 not used not used not used WATCH DOG pulse signal ECO PCB internal signal ECO PCB internal signal ECO PCB internal signal R-CON to DC-CON power ready signal R-CON to PANEL-CON power ready signal P002 15-8...
  • Page 135 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE I/O>R-CON Address Description Remarks P004 15-8 not used internal signal internal signal internal signal internal signal internal signal internal signal internal signal internal signal P005 15-8 not used RS-232C input signal scanner IPC error 3 1: error scanner IPC error 2 1: error scanner IPC error 1...
  • Page 136 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE I/O>R-CON Address Description Remarks P007 15-8 not used not used not used not used not used original exposure system cooling fan 2 (FM14) 1: half speed half speed drive signal original exposure system cooling fan 2 (FM14) 1: full speed full speed signal CC-X count signal...
  • Page 137: Adjust (adjustment Mode)

    CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE D. ADJUST (adjustment mode) COPIER>ADJUST Items Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Settings Description ADJUST ADJ-XY ADJ-X -200 to +200 adjusts the image read start position (X direction; units of 0.1 mm) ADJ-Y -100 to +100 adjusts the image read start position (Y direction;...
  • Page 138 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE DENS SGNL-Y 0 to 1023 concentration signal of Y toner during INIT for ATR control SGNL-M 0 to 1023 concentration signal of M toner during INIT for ATR control SGNL-C 0 to 1023 concentration signal of C toner during INIT for ATR control REF-Y 0 to 1023...
  • Page 139 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE D-SGNL-Y 0 to 1023 reference signal value for the concentration sensor of Y toner in relation to the reflection intensity of light from the photosensitive drum (upon initialization) D-SGNL-M 0 to 1023 reference signal value for the concentration sensor of M toner in relation to the reflection intensity of light from the photosensitive drum (upon initialization)
  • Page 140 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE RGAN-P-K 0 to 255 correction of the patch gain for toner density control when INIT-K is executed Y color adjustment for de-fogging potential V-CONT VBACK-Y -4 to +4 (reference: 0) VBACK-M -4 to +4 M color adjustment for de-fogging potential (reference: 0) VBACK-C -4 to +4...
  • Page 141 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE P-OFST-M -16 to +16 color balance adjustment of M light areas for output from an external image controller P-OFST-C -16 to +16 color balance adjustment of C light areas for output from an external image controller P-OFST-K -16 to +16 color balance adjustment of Bk light areas...
  • Page 142 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Environment B (B-ZONE) TR-L1 -4 to +4 for thin paper, transfer charging bias adjustment for single-sided copying or copying on the 1st side of a double-sided copy (in units of µA) TR-L2 -4 to +4 for thin paper, transfer charging bias adjustment for copying on the 2nd side of a double-sided copy (in units of µA) TR-N1...
  • Page 143 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Environment C (C-ZONE) TR-L1 -4 to +4 for thin paper, transfer charging bias adjustment for single-sided copying or copying on the 1st side of a double-sided copy (in units of µA) TR-L2 -4 to +4 for thin paper, transfer charging bias adjustment for copying on the 2nd side of a double-sided copy (in units of 50 µA) TR-N1...
  • Page 144 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE HV-SP HV-SP -6 to 0 adjustment of separation DC high-voltage output (in units of 50 µA) Environment A (A-ZONE) SP-L1 -6 to 0 for thin paper, separation charging bias adjustment for single-sided copying or copying on the 1st side of a double-sided copy (in units of 50 µA) SP-L2 -6 to 0...
  • Page 145 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Environment A (A-ZONE) SP-L1 -6 to 0 for thin paper, separation charging bias adjustment for single-sided copying or copying on the 1st side of a double-sided copy (in units of 50 µA) SP-L2 -6 to 0 for thin paper, separation charging bias adjustment for copying on the 2nd side of a double-sided copy (in units of 50 µA)
  • Page 146 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Environment C (C-ZONE) SP-L1 -6 to 0 for thin paper, separation charging bias adjustment for single-sided copying or copying on the 1st side of a double-sided copy (in units of 50 µA) SP-L2 -6 to 0 for thin paper, separation charging bias adjustment for copying on the 2nd side of a double-sided copy (in units of 50 µA)
  • Page 147 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE SP-ON-N1 1 to 32 for plain paper, separation re-charging ON environment adjustment value for single- sided copying or copying on the 1st side of a double-sided copy (in units of 50 µA) SP-ON-N2 1 to 32 for plain paper, separation re-charging ON environment adjustment value for copying on the 2nd side of a double-sided copy...
  • Page 148 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE HV-IEL HV-IEL -8 to 0 internal static eliminator high-voltage output adjustment (in units of 0.5 kV) Environment A (A-ZONE) IEL-L1 -8 to 0 for thin paper, internal static eliminator bias adjustment for single-sided copying or copying on the 1st side of a double-sided copy (in units of 0.5 kV) IEL-L2 -8 to 0...
  • Page 149 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Environment B (B-ZONE) IEL-L1 -8 to 0 for thin paper, internal static eliminator bias adjustment for single-sided copying or copying on the 1st side of a double-sided copy (in units of 0.5 kV) IEL-L2 -8 to 0 for thin paper, internal static eliminator bias adjustment for copying on the 2nd side of a double-sided copy (in units of 0.5 kV)
  • Page 150 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Environment C (C-ZONE) IEL-L1 -8 to 0 for thin paper, internal static eliminator bias adjustment for single-sided copying or copying on the 1st side of a double-sided copy (in units of 0.5 kV) IEL-L2 -8 to 0 for thin paper, internal static eliminator bias adjustment for copying on the 2nd side of a double-sided copy (in units of 0.5 kV)
  • Page 151 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE HV-ATT HV-ATT -5 to +5 attraction high-voltage output adjustment (in units of 2 µA) Environment A (A-ZONE) ATT-L1 -5 to +5 for thin paper, attraction high-voltage output adjustment for single-sided copying or copying on the 1st side of a double-sided copy (in units of 2 µA) ATT-L2 -5 to +5...
  • Page 152 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Environment B (B-ZONE) ATT-L1 -5 to +5 for thin paper, attraction high-voltage output adjustment for single-sided copying or copying on the 1st side of a double-sided copy (in units of 2 µA) ATT-L2 -5 to +5 for thin paper, attraction high-voltage output adjustment for copying on the 2nd side of a double-sided copy (in units of 2...
  • Page 153 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Environment C (C-ZONE) ATT-L1 -5 to +5 for thin paper, attraction high-voltage output adjustment for single-sided copying or copying on the 1st side of a double-sided copy (in units of 2 µA) ATT-L2 -5 to +5 for thin paper, attraction high-voltage output adjustment for copying on the 2nd side of a double-sided copy (in units of 2...
  • Page 154 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE DOC-REC DX-XS -99 to +99 fine-adjustment of the original detection area DA-XE -99 to +99 fine-adjustment of the original detection area DA-YS -99 to +99 fine-adjustment of the original detection area DA-YE -99 to +99 fine-adjustment of the original detection area DS-DOC 0 to 31 adjustment of the slice level for original...
  • Page 155 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE CST-ADJ C2-STMTR 0 to 1023 paper width basic value adjustment for STMTR in cassette 2 C2-A4R 0 to 1023 paper width basic value adjustment for A4R in cassette 2 C3-STMTR 0 to 1023 paper width basic value adjustment for STMTR in cassette 3 C3-A4R 0 to 1023...
  • Page 156 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE SENS-ADJ CLN-TH 2300 to 5500 input of thermal correction for the pre- cleaning paper sensor (PS71; in units of CLN-TMP 0 to 60 input of a thermal correction value for the pre-cleaning paper sensor (PS71; in units of °C) HV-SP-AC HV-SP...
  • Page 157 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Environment B (B-ZONE) SP-L1 4 to +4 for thin paper, separation charging AC bias adjustment for single-sided copying or copying on the 1st side of a double-sided copy (in units of 0.5 kV) SP-L2 -4 to +4 for thin paper, separation charging AC bias adjustment for copying on the 2nd side of a double-sided copy (in units of 0.5 kV)
  • Page 158 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Environment C (C-ZONE) SP-L1 -4 to +4 for thin paper, separation charging AC bias adjustment for single-sided copying or copying on the 1st side of a double-sided copy (in units of 0.5 kV) SP-L2 -4 to +4 for thin paper, separation charging AC bias adjustment for copying on the 2nd side of a double-sided copy (in units of 0.5 kV)
  • Page 159 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE FEEDER>ADJUST Items Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Settings Description ADJUST ADJ-RX 0 to 255 adjustment of registration in sub scanning direction with the multifeeder in use (in units of 0.1 mm) ADJ-RY 0 to 255 adjustment of registration in main scanning direction with the multifeeder in use (in units of 0.1 mm)
  • Page 160 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE NEGA-B -100 to +100 adjustment of the target value for shading correction when copying negative film with the projector in use (a higher setting darkens Y area) NAGA-G -100 to +100 adjustment of the target value for shading correction when copying negative film with the projector in use (a higher setting darkens M area)
  • Page 161 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE N-DA-XE -99 to +99 adjustment of frame erasing width for negative film with the projector in use (in units of 0.6 mm; standard: 50) N-DA-YS -99 to +99 adjustment of frame erasing width for negative film with the projector in use (in units of 0.6 mm;...
  • Page 162 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE ADJ-XY COPIER>ADJUST Indicates the image read start position. Level 3 Description Remarks ADJ-X Use it to make adjustments so that the image read -200 to +200 (Note 1) position matches the reference point on the (-3.9 to +3.9 mm) copyboard glass.
  • Page 163 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Level 3 Description Remarks ADJ-S Use it to fine-adjust the position at which data is 0 to 45 (Note 1) collected for shading correction from the standard (0 to 4.8 mm) white plate. Unit: about 0.107 mm •...
  • Page 164 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE COPIER>ADJUST Adjusts the CCD Level 3 Description Remarks EC-B For future expansion. EC-G EC-R LASER Adjusts the laser system. Level 3 Description Remarks T-V00 Use it to enter the laser control initial value at V00 0 to 255 for text mode (800 lines) as upon replacement of the laser unit.
  • Page 165 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE DENS COPIER>ADJUST Adjusts items related to developer concentration. Level 3 Description Remarks SGNL-Y Use it to adjust the toner concentration signal value 0 to 1023 SGNL-M of each color during INIT for ATR control. SGNL-C (Note 1) REF-Y Use it to adjust the toner concentration reference 0 to 1023...
  • Page 166 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Level 3 Description Remarks D-SGNL-Y Use it to adjust the signal value (during 0 to 1023 D-SGNL-M initialization) for the toner concentration sensor of D-SGNL-C each color in relation to light reflected by the D-SGNL-K photosensitive drum. D-SGNL-4 Use it to adjust the signal value (during (Note 1)
  • Page 167 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE V-CONT COPIER>ADJUST Adjusts the photosensitive drum surface potential contrast. Level 3 Description Remarks VBACK-Y Use it to adjust the de-fogging potential for each -4 to +4 VBACK-M color. Standard: 0 VBACK-C + side: darkens VBACK-K - side: lightens EPOTOFST Use it to adjust the potential offset value.
  • Page 168 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE COLOR COPIER>ADJUST Adjusts the color balance. Level 3 Description Remarks ADJ-Y Use it to correct the color balance of each color -8 to +8 ADJ-M selected by the user. Standard: ADJ-C • Be sure to set the user color balance to '0' before M=0, C=0, Y=0, K=0 ADJ-K using this item.
  • Page 169 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE HV-TR COPIER>ADJUST Adjusts the transfer high-voltage output by condition. Level 3 Description Remarks HV-TR Use it to adjust the transfer high-voltage output. -4 to +4 Unit: 1.0 µA TR-L1 Use it to adjust the transfer charging bias for single- -4 to +4 sided copying and when copying on the 1st side of a Unit: 1.0 µA...
  • Page 170 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE HV-SP COPIER>ADJUST Adjusts the separation charging high-voltage output by condition. Level 3 Description Remarks HV-SP Use it to adjust the separation DC high-voltage -6 to 0 output. Unit: 50 µA SP-L1 Use it to adjust the separation charging bias for -6 to 0 single-sided copying and when copying on the 1st Unit: 50 µA...
  • Page 171 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE COPIER>ADJUST Level 3 Description Remarks SP-ON-N1 Use it to adjust the separation re-charging ON 1 to 32 environment adjustment value for single-sided In this mode, the blue offset is copying and copying on the 1st side of a double- decreased;...
  • Page 172 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE HV-IEL COPIER>ADJUST Adjusts the internal static eliminating high-voltage output by condition. Level 3 Description Remarks HV-IEL Use it to adjust the internal static eliminating high- -8 to 0 voltage output. Unit: 0.5 kV IEL-L1 Use it to adjust the internal static eliminating bias -8 to 0 for single-sided copying and when copying on the Unit: 0.5 kV...
  • Page 173 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE HV-ATT COPIER>ADJUST Adjusts the attraction charging high-voltage output by condition. Level 3 Description Remarks HV-ATT Use it to adjust the attraction high-voltage output. -5 to +5 Unit: 2 µA ATT-L1 Use it to adjust the attraction charging bias for -5 to +5 single-sided copying and when copying on the 1st Unit: 2 µA...
  • Page 174 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE DOC-REC COPIER>ADJUST Adjusts the original detection area/slice level. Level 3 Description Remarks DA-XS Fine-Adjusting the Original Detection Area -99 to +99 DA-XE If an original is placed on the copyboard glass at an (0 to 6.3 mm) DA-YS angle, its copy will be framed in black by the work Standard:...
  • Page 175 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE FEED-ADJ COPIER>ADJUST Level 3 Description Remarks ATT-T-A Use it to enter a transfer drum side A attraction -10 to +10 timing adjustment value. Unit: 0.4 mm ATT-T-B Use it to enter a transfer drum side B attraction timing adjustment value.
  • Page 176 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE CST-ADJ Adjusts cassette-/manual feed-related items. Level 3 Description Remarks C2-STMTR Use it to adjust the paper width basic value for 0 to 1023 STMTR in cassette 2. When you have replaced the CPU PCB or initialized the C2-A4R Use it to adjust the paper width basic value for A4R RAM of the DC-CPU, enter...
  • Page 177 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE MISC COPIER>ADJUST Level 3 Description Remarks SEG-ADJ Use it to adjust the separation level between text and -3 to +3 photo in text/photo mode or text/silver halide mode. K-ADJ Use it to correct the black text mechanism. -3 to +3 ATT-RTN1 Use it to add a single rotation to attraction rotation...
  • Page 178 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE HV-SP-AC COPIER>ADJUST Adjusts the separation charging AC high-voltage output by condition. Level 3 Description Remarks HV-SP Use it to adjust the separation AC high-voltage -4 to +4 (Note 1) output. Unit: 0.5 kV SP-N1 Use it to adjust the separation charging bias for -4 to +4 single-sided copying and copying on the 1st side of a Unit: 0.5 kV...
  • Page 179 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE HV-PSTCL COPIER>ADJUST Adjusts the post-cleaning high-voltage output. Level 1 Description Remarks HV-PSTCL Adjusting the Post-Cleaning High Voltage -6 to +6 (Note 1) • Increase the setting if a width of about 5 cm along Unit: 20 µA the leading edge of paper is dark when making halftone copies.
  • Page 180 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Projector-Related Items PRJ>ADJUST Level 3 Description Remarks DS-PRJ Use it to adjust the slice level for projection area 0 to 31 detection with the projector in use. Standard: 28 DS-OHP Use it to adjust the slice level for original detection 0 to 31 in reference to the reference sheet of film (e.g., 6x6, Standard: 22...
  • Page 181 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE PRJ>ADJUST Level 3 Description Remarks -100 to +100 NEGA-B Use it to adjust the target value for shading A higher value darkens the NEGA-G correction when copying negative film with the NEGA-R projector in use. color. POSI-B Use it to adjust the target value for shading POSI-G...
  • Page 182 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Editor-Related Items EDITOR>ADJUST Level 3 Description Remarks ED-X Use it to adjust the input coordinates in editor sub -99 to +99 scanning (X) direction. Unit: 0.13 mm (approx.) Standard: 0 ED-Y Use it to adjust the input coordinates in editor main (Note 1) scanning (Y) direction.
  • Page 183: Function (operation Check Mode)

    CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE E. FUNCTION (operation check mode) COPIER>FUNCTION Items Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Description FUNCTION INSTALL SPLY-Y rotates the cylinder to supply Y developer to the developing assembly (OK key to start, Stop key to stop) SPLY-M rotates the cylinder to supply M developer to the developing assembly (OK key to start, Stop key to...
  • Page 184 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE HP-STR-M stirs the toner inside the M hopper at time of installation (OK key to start; auto stop) HP-STR-C stirs the toner inside the C hopper at time of installation (OK key to start; auto stop) HP-STR-K stirs the toner inside the Bk hopper at time of installation (OK key to start;...
  • Page 185 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE TR2-ON executes printing for checking an 8-mm leading edge margin according to TR2-CHK settings (OK key to start; auto stop) TR3-CHK for R&D TR3-ON for R&D TR4-CHK for R&D TR4-ON for R&D executes measurement of potential on the photosensitive drum (OK key to start;...
  • Page 186 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE FAN-ON starts the operation of the fan selected by 'FAN' (OK key to start; stop key to stop) selects each motor (enter the part No., and press the OK key to select) MTR-ON starts the operation of the motor selected in 'MTR' (OK key to start;...
  • Page 187 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE PRJ>FUNCTION Items Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Description FUNCTION LAMP drives the projector lamp for a specific period of time (OK key to start; auto stop) reads in data and executes gain adjustment at time of projector installation (OK key to start;...
  • Page 188 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE INSTALL COPIER>FUNCTION Used at time of installation. Level 3 Description Remarks SPLY-Y Use it to rotate the developing cylinder to supply a SPLY-M specific color developer to the developing assembly. SPLY-C Using the Item SPLY-K 1) Select an item (to highlight), and press the OK key.
  • Page 189 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Level 3 Description Remarks HP-STR-Y Use it to stir the toner inside a specific color hopper HP-STR-M to prevent blocking at time of installation and hopper HP-STR-C unit replacement. HP-STR-K Using the Item 1) Select an item (to highlight), and press the OK key.
  • Page 190 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE COPIER>FUNCTION Executes automatic adjustment of CCD-/shading-related items. Level 3 Description Remarks CCD-ADJ Use it to execute shading correction using the END: normal standard white plate. ERR: error* Using the Item *Try executing the item once 1) Select the item (to highlight), and press the OK again.
  • Page 191 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE ATTRACT COPIER>FUNCTION Executes attraction point auto adjustment. Level 3 Description Remarks ATT-CHK Use it to select a point of attraction on the transfer drum during ATT-ON. 1: 2-sheet retention (sides B and A) 2: side A retention 3: side B retention ATT-ON Use it to execute attraction of copy paper to the...
  • Page 192 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE COPIER>FUNCTION Level 3 Description Remarks TR2-CHK Use it to select a point of attraction on the transfer drum during TR2-ON. 1: 2-sheet retention (sides B and A) 2: side A detecting 3: side B retention TR2-ON Use it to execute printing for checking an 8-mm leading edge margin according to TR2-CHK settings.
  • Page 193 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE COPIER>FUNCTION Executes cassette/multifeeder size auto adjustment. Level 3 Description Remarks C2-STMTR Use it to store the paper width detection reference STMTR width: 139.5 mm C2-A4R point for cassette 2/3 (for CLC1150, cassette 3). A4R width: 210 mm C3-STMTR Using ht Item For fine adjustment after...
  • Page 194 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE FIXING COPIER>FUNCTION Executes automatic adjustment of fixing assembly-related items. Level 3 Description Remarks NIP-CHK Use it to generate an output for measuring the fixing nip width. This mode uses the source of paper selected before service mode is started. Using the Item 1) Make about 20 copies of the Test Sheet in A4.
  • Page 195 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE PANEL COPIER>FUNCTION Checks the activation of the indicators on the control panel. Level 3 Description Remarks LCD-CHK Use it to check the LCD for missing dots. Using the Item 1) Select the item (to highlight), and press the OK key.
  • Page 196 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Input Keys and Indications COPIER>FUNCTION Indication Indication Counter Check BILL Start START Clear CLEAR Full Color F-COLOR 0 to 9 0 to 9 Black BLACK Original Recognition SIZE Interrupt INTERRUPT Center Shift C-SHIFT Additional Function USER Energy Saver STAND BY Guide...
  • Page 197 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE COPIER>FUNCTION Level 3 Description Remarks MTR-ON Use it to check the operation of the motor selected using MTR. Using the Item 1) Select the item (to highlight), and press the OK key. • The motor will turn on. 2) In about 20 sec, the operation will stop automatically.
  • Page 198 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Codes and Fans COPIER>FUNCTION Code Name Code Name electrical unit cooling fan (FM8) not used IP cooling fan (FM7) primary charging assembly fan (FM3) exhaust fan (FM2) delivery cooling fan (FM11) ozone suction fan (FM5) original exposure cooling fan 1 (FM1) toner suction fan (FM6) not used laser scanner motor cooling fan (FM4)
  • Page 199 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Codes and High-Voltage Outputs COPIER>FUNCTION Code High-voltage output Description Absence of high-voltage output primary output, grid output drum motor ON pre-exposure lamp ON photosensitive drum 1 rotation primary output, grid output (500 V) ON (wait for stop command; equivalent of photosensitive drum 10 rotations) primary output, grid output OFF photosensitive drum 1 rotation...
  • Page 200 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE COPIER>FUNCTION Code High-voltage output Description primary output, grid output, Y developing drum motor ON assembly bias output pr-exposure lamp ON photosensitive drum 1 rotation primary output, grid output (500 V) ON Y developing assembly locked, developing bias (AC/DC) ON (wait for stop command;...
  • Page 201 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE CLEAR COPIER>FUNCTION Initializes the RAM, and resets the jam/ error history. Level 3 Description Remarks Use it to reset an error code (E000, E005, E008, Be sure to turn off and then E020, E717, E719). on the power switch. Using the Item Note: 'E020' is indicated only 1) Select the item (to highlight), and press the OK...
  • Page 202 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE MISC-R COPIER>FUNCTION Checks the operation of the reader unit. Level 3 Description Remarks SCANLAMP Use it t check the activation of the scanning lamp. Using the Item 1) Select the item (to highlight), and press the OK key.
  • Page 203 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE COPIER>FUNCTION Level 3 Description Remarks B-HP Use it to rotate the attraction/transfer locking cam motor, thereby moving the cam to the home position (HP). Using the Item 1) Select the item (to highlight), and press the OK key.
  • Page 204 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Projector-Related Items PRJ>FUNCTION Level 3 Description Remarks LAMP Use it to keep the lamp of the projector on for a specific period of time. Using the Item 1) Select the item (to highlight), and press the OK key.
  • Page 205: Option (settings Mode)

    CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE F. OPTION (settings mode) COPIER>OPTION Items Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Description OPTION BODY CCD-DISP use it to switch data display on the DISPLAY>CCD screen (0: normal mode, 1: precious metal mode) MODEL-SZ use it to switch destination (0: AB (6R, 5E), 1: Inch (5R, 4E), 2: A (3R, 3E), 3: AB/Inch (6R, 5E) RCPR-MD Use it to switch over the mode of reciprocating...
  • Page 206 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE CLR-L-SP Use it to set placement of 2 sides in copier model (0: normal; 1: prohibit in full color; 2: prohibit in black mono; 3: prohibit at all times) PRJ-L-SP Use it to set placement of 2 sides when the projector is in use (0: normal;...
  • Page 207 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE PRJ>OPTION Items Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Description OPTION BK-LIGHT not used EDITOR>OPTION Items Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Description OPTION ED-MODE use it to switch editor operation mode (0: prohibit input, 1: 1-point input, 2: continuous input) 4-121...
  • Page 208 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE BODY COPIER>OPTION Level 3 Description Remarks CCD-DISP Use it to switch data display within the 0: normal mode DISPLAY>CCD screen. 1: precious metal mode MODEL-SZ Use it to switch the destination. 0: AB (6R, 5E) 1: Inch (5R, 4E) 2: A (3R, 3E) 3: AB/Inch (6R, 5E) RCPR-MD...
  • Page 209 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE USER COPIER>OPTION Selects user-related settings. Level 3 Description Remarks METAL Use it to turn on and off precious mode. 0: off 1: on default: 0 OHP-MODE Use it to select the copy image maximum density or 0: Dmax=1.3 copying on transparencies.
  • Page 210 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Level 3 Description Remarks CONTROL • Disabling ID Number Input with Conditions 3rd digit of Black-and- Remote Remote CONTROL white copying printing scanning Note: See the Reference Table. Reference Table Counter type Disabling Disabling Disabling control control ID No.
  • Page 211 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Level 3 Description Remarks CONTROL 2 For device* The device* total counter is incremented under all * copy data controller or conditions; i.e., disabling control key, control remote diagnostic device. card, or ID No. input with conditions. In the case of '3' or '4' for black-and-white copying without a card, the copy data controller card counter will not be incremented.
  • Page 212 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE COPIER>OPTION Selects cassette-related settings. Level 3 Description Remarks P-SZ-C1 Use it to select a paper size for cassette 1. See Table 4-11. P-SZ-C2 Use it to select a paper size for cassette 2 (for CLC1150, cassette 1). Selects accessory-related settings.
  • Page 213 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Soft Counter Specifications Counter Function Color Paper Count for Increment size double- for large- sided sheet size sheet no indication total 1 total 2 total (full color 1) total (full color 2) total (mono color) Mono total (black-and-white1) total (black-and-white2) total (large)
  • Page 214 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Counter Function Color Paper Count for Increment size double- for large- sided sheet size sheet print 1 print 2 print (full color 1) print (full color 2) print (mono color 1) Mono print (mono color 2) Mono print (black-and-white 1) print (black-and-white 2)
  • Page 215 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Counter Function Color Paper Count for Increment size double- for large- sided sheet size sheet print (full color, large) point (full color, small) print (mono color, large) Mono print (mono color, small) Mono print (black-and-white, large) print (black-and-white, small) print (full color, large, double- sided)
  • Page 216 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Counter Function Color Paper Count for Increment size double- for large- sided sheet size sheet copy (full color + mono color, 2) 4C+Mono copy (full color + mono color, 1) 4C+Mono print (full color + mono color, 4C+Mono large) print (full color + mono color,...
  • Page 217 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Counter Function Color Paper Count for Increment size double- for large- sided sheet size sheet copy (large) copy (small) print (large) print (small-size) total (mono-color, large) Mono total (mono-color, small) Mono total (black-and-white, large) total (black-and-white, small) copy scan (full-color) copy scan (black-and-white) copy scan (large)
  • Page 218 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Codes and Cassette Paper Sizes Code Notation Paper Code Notation Paper Legal K-LGL Korean Government K-LGLR Korean Government R FLSC Foolscap A-FLS Australian Foolscap E-OFI Oficio B-OFI Ecuadorian Officio A-LTR Bolivian Officio A-LTRR Argentine Letter G-LTR Argentine Letter-R G-LTRR Government Letter...
  • Page 219 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE Projector-Related Items PRJ>OPTION Level 3 Description Remarks BK-LIGHT Use it to enable or disable indication of a mode on 0: do not indicate (not used) the User screen when copying positive film with a 1: indicate protective sheet using back light BOX.
  • Page 220: Pg (test Print)

    CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE G. PG (test print) COPIER>TEST Items Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Description TEST TYPE use it to enter the type number of a test print, and press the Copy Start key to start printing (00: normal copying) TXPH use it to switch the number of lines for test printing...
  • Page 221 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE COPIER>TEST Generates test prints. Level 3 Description Remarks TYPE Use it to enter the type No. of a test print, and press 00: normal copying the Copy Start key to start printing. See Table 4-12. Be sure to set it back to '00' at the end of test printing.
  • Page 222: Counter (counter Mode)

    CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE H. COUNTER (counter mode) • You can check the number of times each mechanism has operated. Resetting a Counter Reading 1) Select an item to highlight. 2) Press the Clear key on the control panel. The counter will be reset to '00000000'. •...
  • Page 223 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE COPIER>COUNTER Items Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Description COUNTER TOTAL SERVICE1 total counter 1 for service SERVICE2 total counter 2 for service total counter (copy + printer + synthesis) L-TTL large-size copy total counter (copy+ printer + synthesis) S-TTL small-size copy total counter (copy + printer +...
  • Page 224 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE SCANNER SC-TTL scanner total scan counter SC-COPY scan counter during copying SC-PRINT scan counter during printing PICK-UP cassette 1 copy total counter L-C1 cassette 1 large size copy total counter S-C1 cassette 1 small-size copy total counter cassette 2 copy total counter L-C2 cassette 2 large-size copy total counter...
  • Page 225 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE PERIODEC OZ-FIL2 ozone filter fan (FM2) drive period (in sec) OZ-FIL5 ozone filter fan (FM5) drive period (in sec) OZ-FIL6 ozone filter fan (FM6) drive period (in sec) AR-FIL1 air filter fan (FM1) drive period (in sec) AR-FIL3 air filter fan (FM3) drive period (in sec) AR-FIL14...
  • Page 226 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE TR-SHEET transfer drum sheet paper passage (number of sheets) SP-PU-RL separation push-up roll paper passage (number of sheets) FX-UP-RL fixing upper roller paper passage (number of sheets) FX-LW-RL fixing lower roller paper passage (number of sheets) OIL-APF oil applying felt use period (in sec) DP-PU-RL...
  • Page 227 CHAPTER 4 SERVICE MODE PD-SP-RL paper deck separation roller paper passage (number of sheets) FX-IN-BS fixing insulating bush paper passage (number of sheets) 4-141...
  • Page 229 CHAPTER 5 SELF DIAGNOSIS CHAPTER 5 SELF DIAGNOSIS A. Copier The R-CPU and the DC-CPU of the copier's CPU PCB are equipped with a self diagnostic mechanism to check the state of the machine (particularly, the condition of sensors). The mechanism runs checks as needed, and indicates a code on the control panel when it finds a fault.
  • Page 230 CHAPTER 5 SELF DIAGNOSIS Code Cause Timing of detection • The SSR1 has a short circuit. xx indicates a heater. E004 • The CPU PCB is faulty. xx=01: upper heater (Note 3) • DC driver PCB is faulty. xx=02: lower heater xx03 The gate array of the DC driver PCB has determined that SSR1 (for the fixing...
  • Page 231 CHAPTER 5 SELF DIAGNOSIS Code Cause Timing of detection • The fixing motor (M5) is faulty. 0000 The motor lock signal E014 • The fixing motor drive system is (FXMLK) is '0' for 1 sec or subjected to an overload. more while the fixing motor is •...
  • Page 232 CHAPTER 5 SELF DIAGNOSIS Code Cause Timing of detection • The toner concentration sensor is xx13 At time of setting initial data E020 faulty. (as during installation), the • The developer inside the variation of REF-M/C/Y developing assembly is not stirred levels for ten concentration properly.
  • Page 233 CHAPTER 5 SELF DIAGNOSIS Code Cause Timing of detection • The toner concentration sensor is faulty/ xx24 At time of setting initial E020 soiled. data (as during • The developer inside the developing installation), the result of assembly is not stirred properly. averaging five retry •...
  • Page 234 CHAPTER 5 SELF DIAGNOSIS Code Cause Timing of detection • The toner concentration sensor is faulty. xx40 At time of setting initial E020 • The developer inside the developing data (as during assembly is not stirred properly. installation), gain setting •...
  • Page 235 CHAPTER 5 SELF DIAGNOSIS Code Cause Timing of detection The backup data on the CPU PCB is xx53 During copying sequence, E020 faulty* or the initial settings have gain setting cannot be not been made. performed because of an error *Be sure to initialize the RAM of in the memory backup data the DC-CPU and enter the values...
  • Page 236 CHAPTER 5 SELF DIAGNOSIS Code Cause Timing of detection The backup data on the CPU PCB is xx72 During copying sequence, the E020 faulty* or the initial settings have level of PT-REF-M/C/Y/K set not been made. initially is '859' or more *Be sure to initialize the RAM of because of an error in the the DC-CPU and enter the values...
  • Page 237 CHAPTER 5 SELF DIAGNOSIS Code Cause Cause Timing of detection The developer has deteriorated. xxB0 When samplings are taken E020 • The developing cylinder fails to during copying sequence, the rotate. level of SGNL-M/C/Y is • The developing assembly is not '1020' or more (when feeding locked.
  • Page 238 CHAPTER 5 SELF DIAGNOSIS Code Cause Timing of detection • The developing locking motor 0100 When the power switch is on, E021 (PM1, PM2, PM3, PM4) is faulty. the M developing assembly • The developing assembly HP HP sensor is '0'. sensor (PS49, PS51, PS53, PS55) 0200 When the power switch is on, is faulty.
  • Page 239 CHAPTER 5 SELF DIAGNOSIS Code Cause Timing of detection • The deck lifter motor (M101) is The deck lifter position sensor E041 faulty. cannot detect the deck lifter even • The deck lifter position sensor when the deck lifter UP signal has (PS104) is faulty.
  • Page 240 CHAPTER 5 SELF DIAGNOSIS Code Cause Timing of detection • The laser is faulty. 0051 Vd1 is 300 V or less and, in E061 addition, Vd2 is 500 V or less. • The laser light is inadequate. 0052 VL1 is 200 V or more and, in •...
  • Page 241 CHAPTER 5 SELF DIAGNOSIS Code Cause Timing of detection • SSR2 has a short circuit. While the DC-CPU keeps the E062 • The CPU PCB is faulty. cassette heater/drum heater SSR2 off, SSR2 is on. • The separation charging assembly An error signal (AC-ERR*=0) has E067 is faulty.
  • Page 242 CHAPTER 5 SELF DIAGNOSIS Code Cause Timing of detection • The side A sensor (PS2) is faulty. 1002 The rising edge signal of the E071 • The side B sensor (PS3) is faulty. signal plate to be detected by • The C sensor (PS4) is faulty. the side B sensor is not •...
  • Page 243 CHAPTER 5 SELF DIAGNOSIS Code Cause Timing of detection • The side A sensor (PS2) is faulty. 1101 The falling edge signal of the E071 • The side B sensor (PS3) is faulty. signal plate to be detected by • The C sensor (PS4) is faulty. the side B sensor is generated •...
  • Page 244 CHAPTER 5 SELF DIAGNOSIS Code Cause Timing of detection • Side A sensor (PS2) is faulty. 1108 The rising edge signal of the E071 • Side B sensor (PS3) is faulty. signal plate D to be detected • The C sensor (PS4) is faulty. by the C sensor is generated •...
  • Page 245 CHAPTER 5 SELF DIAGNOSIS Code Cause Timing of detection • The side A sensor (PS2) is faulty. 1207 The rising edge signal of the E071 • The side B sensor (PS3) is faulty. signal plate D to be detected • The C sensor (PS4) is faulty. by the C sensor is generated •...
  • Page 246 CHAPTER 5 SELF DIAGNOSIS Code Cause Timing of detection • The transfer unit drawer connector 0001 During copying, the drawer E073 is faulty. connect signal (FT-CNCT*) • The DC driver PCB is faulty. of the transfer unit lever is '1'. •...
  • Page 247 CHAPTER 5 SELF DIAGNOSIS Code Cause Timing of detection • The original scanner HP sensor The original scanner home position (E202) (PS1) is faulty. signal (SCHP) is not generated • The original scanner motor within 10 sec after the power switch No code indication;...
  • Page 248 CHAPTER 5 SELF DIAGNOSIS Code Cause Timing of detection • The IP-MAIN PCB is faulty. The IP-ECO PCB and the IP-MAIN E351 • The IP-ECO PCB is faulty. PCB are not connected. • The connection between IP- The IP-ECO PCB and its ROM are a MAIN, IP-ECO PCB, and laser poor match.
  • Page 249 CHAPTER 5 SELF DIAGNOSIS Code Cause Timing of detection • The operation of a fan (indicated 000A The back suction fan (FM16) E804 by detail code) is faulty. has stopped to rotate in error. • The CPU PCB is faulty. 000B The power supply cooing fan •...
  • Page 250 CHAPTER 5 SELF DIAGNOSIS B. RDF Note: If the self diagnostic mechanism has turned on, you can reset the machine by turning the copier's power switch off and then on. If you want to continue to make copies while the RDF is out of order, place the original on the copyboard glass after lifting the RDF.
  • Page 251: Sorter

    CHAPTER 5 SELF DIAGNOSIS C. Sorter Code Cause Timing of detection • The feed motor (M1) fails to The clock signal from the feed E510 rotate. motor clock sensor (PI5) is absent for 250 msec. • The low-speed feed motor (M10) The clock signal from the feed E516 fails to rotate.
  • Page 252 CHAPTER 5 SELF DIAGNOSIS Code Cause Timing of detection • The stapler unit shift motor (M3) The operation does not end within E532 fails to rotate. 5000 msec after the motor drive signal has been generated. • The stapler internal paper sensor The auto adjustment mechanism of E533 auto adjustment mechanism is...
  • Page 255: Appendix

    APPENDIX B. Signals and Abbreviations 1. Signals 400* LASER SELECT command AC-ERR* HIGH VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER AC ERROR signal ACSBY AC STANDBY command AITOP A-SIDE SENSOR signal APCHOLD AUTO POWER CONTROL HOLD command BEAM DETECT signal BITOP B-SIDE SENSOR signal BK-REF BK-REFERENCE signal BK-SGNL BK-TONER DENSITY signal...
  • Page 256 APPENDIX C3PUCL/D1PUCL CASSETTE-3/2 PICK-UP CLUTCH command C3PUMA/D2PUMA CASSETTE-3/2 PICK-UP MOTOR command C3PUMA*/D2PUMA* CASSETTE-3/2 PICK-UP MOTOR command C3PUMB/D2PUMB CASSETTE-3/2 PICK-UP MOTOR command C3PUMB*/D2PUMB* CASSETTE-3/2 PICK-UP MOTOR command C3PUMHL/D2PUMHL CASSETTE-3/2 PICK-UP MOTOR HOLD command C3PWVR/D2PWVR CASSETTE-3/2 PAPER WIDTH VR signal C3SZ0/D3SZ0 CASSETTE-3/2 PAPER SENSOR signal 0 C3SZ1/D3SZ1 CASSETTE-3/2 PAPER SENSOR signal 1 CBRCMA...
  • Page 257 APPENDIX DUPUMB DUPLEXING UNIT PICK-UP MOTOR command DUPUMB* DUPLEXING UNIT PICK-UP MOTOR command DUPUMHL DUPLEXING UNIT PICK-UP MOTOR HOLD command DVERPCL DELIVERY VERTICAL PATH CLUTCH command ENDPLSL* DUPLEXING UNIT STACK GUIDE SOLENOID command EXFMERR EXHAUST FAN ERROR signal EXFMON EXHAUST FAN ON command FDC1D CASSETTE-1 OPEN SENSOR signal FDC2D/FDD1D...
  • Page 258 APPENDIX LHON LOWER FIXING HEATER ON command LSMCLK LASER SCANNER MOTOR CLOCK signal LSMON LASER SCANNER MOTOR command LSMRDY LASER SCANNER MOTOR READY signal LTHM3 LOWER FIXING ROLLER TEMPERATURE 3 signal LTHM4 LOWER FIXING ROLLER TEMPERATURE 4 signal LWEBSL LOWER CLEANING WEB SOLENOID command M-REF M-REFERENCE signal M-SGNL...
  • Page 259 APPENDIX PRM1A* PRE-REGISTRATION MOTOR 1 command PRM1B PRE-REGISTRATION MOTOR 1 command PRM1B* PRE-REGISTRATION MOTOR 1 command PRM1HL PRE-REGISTRATION MOTOR 1 HOLD command PRM2A PRE-REGISTRATION MOTOR 2 command PRM2A* PRE-REGISTRATION MOTOR 2 command PRM2B PRE-REGISTRATION MOTOR 2 command PRM2B* PRE-REGISTRATION MOTOR 2 command PRM2HL PRE-REGISTRATION MOTOR 2 HOLD command PUFMERR...
  • Page 260 APPENDIX TRDCMB* TRANSFER DRUM CLEANER MOTOR command TRDCMHL TRANSFER DRUM CLEANER MOTOR HOLD command TRDCPHP TRANSFER DRUM CLEANER HOME POSITION SENSOR signal TRDMA TRANSFER DRUM MOTOR command TRDMA* TRANSFER DRUM MOTOR command TRDMB TRANSFER DRUM MOTOR command TRDMB* TRANSFER DRUM MOTOR command TRDMHL TRANSFER DRUM MOTOR HOLD command TRDPHP...
  • Page 261 General Circuit Diagram (1/3) C. General Circuit Diagram 230V only Power supply assembly Power cord 230V Deck heater Cassette heater 1 J15F J15M FT48 J13F J13M J701 FT49 CLC1120 FT58 FT59 CLC1150 1130 DC power supply PCB Cassette heater 2 FT56 FT52 Delivery door switch...
  • Page 262 General Circuit Diagram (2/3) 3-cassette pickup assembly (CLC1130 only) 2-cassette pickup assembly (CLC1120/1130 only) Multifeeder Duplexing feeding assembly 1-cassette pickup assembly 1-cassette pickup assembly (CLC1150 only)* 2-cassette pickup assembly (CLC1150 only)* (CLC1150 only) (CLC1120/1130 only) Multifeeder paper width Multifeeder Multifeeder Multifeeder Multifeeder Multifeeder...
  • Page 263 General Circuit Diagram (3/3) Developing assembly Hopper assembly Bk developing M developing C developing Y developing assembly HP assembly HP assembly HP assembly HP sensor sensor sensor sensor Y developing M developing C developing Bk developing PS55 PS49 PS51 PS53 Bk developing M developing C developing...
  • Page 265 D. Paper Deck General Circuit Diagram Copier socket Deck pickup motor PM101 Deck driver PCB 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Acrobat document 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 J22M J22F 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9...
  • Page 267: Type

    APPENDIX E. Specifications 1. Type Item Specifications Body Console (reader and printer constructed as one) Copyboard Fixed Light source Halogen lamp Lens Arranged in an array Image reader Photocell (BRG line CCD; fixed, mirror scanning) Photosensitive medium OPC drum (180-mm dia.) Table A-1 2.
  • Page 268: Functions

    APPENDIX 3. Functions Item Specifications Resolution Reader: 400 x 400 dpi Recorder: 800-equivalent x 400 dpi Gradation 256 gradations Original type Sheet, book, 3-D object (2 kg max.) Maximum original size A3 (297 x 420 mm) / 279.4 x 431.8 mm (11 x 17) Copy size 6R5E (Japanese) Inch/A:...
  • Page 269: Others

    APPENDIX 4. Others Item Specifications Operating environment Temperature: 15° to 30°C / 59 to 86 °F Humidity: 5% to 80% Atmospheric pressure: 810 to 1013 hPa (0.8 to 1.0 atm) Power supply 100V / 50, 60Hz 120V / 60Hz, 230V / 50Hz Serial No.
  • Page 270: Copying Speed

    APPENDIX b. North America (5R4E) Item Enlargement Reduction Default ratio 1 : 1.214 1 : 0.25 1 : 1.294 1 : 0.50 1 : 2.000 1 : 0.647 1 : 4.000 IV 1 : 0.733 1 : 0.785 Table A-5b c.
  • Page 271: Clc Paper Deck-e1

    APPENDIX 7. CLC Paper Deck-E1 Item Specifications Pickup No claw (retard) Storage Side tray Copy paper type Plain paper (64 to 105 g/m Copy paper size A4, B5, LTR Storage size 2500 sheets (105 g/m Serial No. ZRU ****** ZRT ***** ZRS ***** Paper size switch By size guide plate in steps and in service mode (OPTION>ACC>DK-P)
  • Page 273 Prepared by OFFICE IMAGING PRODUCTS TECHNICAL SUPPORT DIVISION CANON INC. Printed in Japan REVISION 0 (MAR. 1999) (18723/35338/71720) REVISION 1 (JAN. 2000) (18723) REVISION 2 (DEC. 2000) (18723) 5-1, Hakusan 7-chome, Toride-shi Ibaraki, 302-8501 Japan...
  • Page 274 This publication is printed on 100% recycled paper. PRINTED IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JAPON) 1200AB1.28-0...

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