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  • Page 1: Epson Stylus Pro

    &RORU,QN-HW3ULQWHU EPSON Stylus Pro 5000 ® 4008867...

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    „ The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice. „ All effort have been made to ensure the accuracy of the contents of this manual. However, should any errors be deteced, SEIKO EPSON would greatly appreciate being informed of them.

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    2. MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE SOURCE VOLTAGES IS THE SAME AS THE RATED VOLTAGE, LISTED ON THE SERIAL NUMBER/RATING PLATE. IF THE EPSON PRODUCT HAS A PRIMARY AC RATING DIFFERENT FROM AVAILABLE POWER SOURCE, DO NOT CONNECT IT TO THE POWER SOURCE.

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    CHAPTER 5. ADJUSTMENTS Provides Epson-approved methods for adjustment. CHAPTER 6. MAINTENANCE Provides preventive maintenance procedures and the lists of Epson-approved lubricants and adhesives required for servicing the product. APPENDIX Provides the following additional information for reference: • Connector pin assignments •...

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    REVISION STATUS Rev. Date Page(s) Contents 1998/01/23 First release 1998/03/10 4-68 4-93 Added “Disassembly and Assembly for ASF Unit”. Modified flow chart for disassembling the mechanism according to addition of “Disassembly and Assembly for ASF Unit”. 4-59 Added “CAUTION”. 4-60 Added sentences to “CHECKPOINT”.

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS PRODUCT DESCRIPTION 1.1 FEATURES..................................1-1 1.2 SPECIFICATIONS .................................1-4 1.3 ADDING PAPER GUIDE ROLLER UNIT........................1-46 OPERATING PRINCIPLES 2.1 FEATURE ..................................2-1 2.1.1 Operating Principles of Printer Mechanism .............................2-1 2.1.1.1 Printing Mechanism...................................2-2 2.1.1.2 Carriage Mechanism .................................2-3 2.1.1.3 Paper Feed Mechanism ................................2-5 2.1.1.4 Upper Surface Sensor Mechanism ............................2-7 2.1.1.5 Paper Return Mechanism................................2-8 2.1.1.6 Lifter Gear Train Mechanism..............................2-9...

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    2.1.2 Outline of Electrical Circuit................................2-24 2.1.2.1 C228 PSB Board ..................................2-24 2.1.2.2 C228 DRV Board..................................2-26 2.1.2.3 C228 Main Board ..................................2-27 TROUBLESHOOTING 3.1 FEATURES..................................3-1 3.1.1 Problems relating to the printer mechanism............................3-1 ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY 4.1 OVERVIEW..................................4-1 4.1.1 Precautions ......................................4-1 4.1.2 Tools ........................................4-2 4.1.3 Screws .........................................4-2 4.2 DISASSEMBLY ........................

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    4.2.5.7 Motor Assembly, PF Removal..............................4-16 4.2.5.8 Motor Assembly, CR Removal ..............................4-17 4.2.5.9 Motor Assembly, ASF Removal ..............................4-18 4.2.5.10 Carriage Unit Removal ................................4-19 4.2.5.11 Frame, Main, Paper Eject Removal ............................4-22 4.2.5.12 Paper Guide Upper Unit Removal............................4-26 4.2.5.13 Pump Frame Removal ................................4-27 4.2.5.14 Frame, Main, PF Removal ..............................4-28 4.2.5.15 ASF Unit Removal.................................4-31 4.2.5.16 Upper Surface Sensor Removal............................4-32...

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    5.1.1.4 Head Angular Adjustment ...............................5-11 5.1.1.5 Head Height Adjustment .................................5-18 5.1.1.6 Head Gap Adjustment ................................5-22 5.1.1.7 Bi-D Adjustment ..................................5-27 5.1.1.8 Uploading of Firmware ................................5-32 5.1.1.9 Parallelism Adjustment................................5-34 5.1.1.10 Upper Surface Sensor Positioning Adjustment ........................5-37 MAINTENANCE 6.1 CLEANING ..................................6-1 6.2 MAINTENANCE................................6-2 6.2.1 Head cleaning .....................................6-2 6.2.2 Maintenance Request ..................................6-3 6.3 LUBRICATION AND ADHESION ..........................6-4...

  • Page 10: Product Description

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  • Page 11: Features

    Independent 4 colors ink cartridges: Black, Yellow, Cyan including with light cyan, Magenta including light magenta. EPSON Stylus Pro 5000 is a 6-color ink jet printer , which can output colors Ink quantity sensor. for the professional level. Major features are following.

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    EPSON Stylus Pro 5000 Chapter1 Product Description Following table shows optional items for Stylus Pro 5000. CHECK POINT Since there are many kinds of exclusive papers, please refer to “Special Media” on the Reference Guide for Stylus Pro 5000. Table 1-1. Optional Items and Available Consumable...

  • Page 13: Specifications

    EPSON Stylus Pro 5000 Chapter1 Product Description CHARACTER SPECIFICATION 1.2 SPECIFICATIONS Character tables: 2 international character sets; PRINTING SPECIFICATION PC437(US, Standard Europe) PC850(Multilingual) Print method: On demand MACH ink jet Type face: Bit map LQ font Nozzle configuration Black - 64 nozzles...

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    127 mm(5.0”)(W) x 203 mm(8.0”)(L) Paper Regular plain paper Thickness Less than 0.23 mm(0.0091”) EPSON Photo Quality Ink Jet Paper Paper EPSON Photo Quality Ink Jet Card EPSON Photo Paper EPSON Photo Card Note1) No curled, wrinkled, scuffing or torn paper be used.

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    EPSON Stylus Pro 5000 Chapter1 Product Description Note1) Ink cartridge can not re-fill, only ink cartridge is prepared for article of INK CARTRIDGE consumption. Table 1-8. Black, Yellow Ink Cartridge Note2) Do not use the ink cartridge which was passed away the ink life.

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    EPSON Stylus Pro 5000 Chapter1 Product Description Dielectric strength: AC 1500 V rms. 1 minute(between AC line and ENVIRONMENT CONDITION chassis) Temperature: Operating: 10 C 35 C RELIABILITY Storage: 20 C 40 C Non-operating: 20 C 60 C Total print volume:...

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    EPSON Stylus Pro 5000 Chapter1 Product Description Resistance to vibration: Operating: 0.15G, 10 55 Hz X,Y,Z directions SERIAL INTERFACE SPECIFICATION Non-operating: 0.50G, 10 55 Hz X,Y,Z Table 1-10. Serial Interface directions Resistance to shock: Operating: 1G, within 1 ms X,Y,Z directions...

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    EPSON Stylus Pro 5000 Chapter1 Product Description Busy signal is at high level in the following cases; [Nibble Mode] During data entry(see Data transmission timing) Table 1-12. Nibble Mode When input data buffer is full During /INT signal is at low level or during hardware initialization...

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    EPSON Stylus Pro 5000 Chapter1 Product Description PARALLEL INTERFACE (CONT.) TYPE B OPTIONAL INTERFACE SPECIFICATION Type-B interface level 2 is supported. [ECP Mode] Reply message (Short version): Table 1-13. ECP Mode Case of using Co-ax / Twin-ax I/F card: Main Type:...

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    EPSON Stylus Pro 5000 Chapter1 Product Description Automatic Selection: The automatic interface selection is enabled by the default setting mode. In this automatic interface selection mode, the printer is initialized to the idle state scanning which interface receives data when it is powered on. Then the interface that receives data first is selected.

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    EPSON Stylus Pro 5000 Chapter1 Product Description CONTROL PANEL Table 1-14. Control Panel Function There are 4 non-lock push buttons and 8 LEDs. Each button function and Button / Indicator Function indicator are explained briefly below and on your right.

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    EPSON Stylus Pro 5000 Chapter1 Product Description Following table shows function when the power is turned on. Following table shows LED indications. Table 1-16. Printer condition and Panel status Table 1-15. Functions with power on Printer Status Indicators (Figure 1-2)

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    EPSON Stylus Pro 5000 Chapter1 Product Description Table 1-17. Download/Maintenance Mode Table 1-18. Download/Maintenance Mode(Cont.) Name of Function Name of Switch Function Switch Cleaning + Eject P-I/F 1.After the operation written in the left Switch + Power on receiving column is performed, press Reset All switches 1.Manual feed LED turns on when the printer enters this...

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    EPSON Stylus Pro 5000 Chapter1 Product Description Operator(Panel) initialization Table 1-19. Download/Maintenance Mode(Cont.) This printer is initialized when pushing the panel reset switch, or printer recognized the /INT signal(negative pulse) of parallel Name of Switch Function interface. When printer is initialized, following action is performed.

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    EPSON Stylus Pro 5000 Chapter1 Product Description Paper out sensor ERROR CONDITION When there is no paper in the paper tray, or paper tray itself is not installed, this sensor detects and goes paper out error. Stylus Pro5000 goes to error condition when it falls to the following conditions.

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    EPSON Stylus Pro 5000 Chapter1 Product Description PANEL SETTING FUNCTION Here explains input method for each panel setting. Printing nozzle check pattern and printer configuration Operation: Reset SW + Power On Exit: Power Off Function: (Power LED blinking while in this mode)

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    EPSON Stylus Pro 5000 Chapter1 Product Description B:0DAF : The present counting value of ink absorber for light color head only. D: 002CE2C0 : The present counting value of waste ink absorber for flushing. Note) Maintenance Error occurs at the point either A or B becomes full counter condition.

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    EPSON Stylus Pro 5000 Chapter1 Product Description Paper check mode Setting and LED indicator: This setting decides to turn the paper check function on or off. For ECP mode off Cyan LED on Stylus Pro5000, it is necessary to match the lever located paper feed ECP mode on Black ink LED on.

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    EPSON Stylus Pro 5000 Chapter1 Product Description Manual feed slots paper thickness - Auto mode CAUTION Paper Feed from Manual Paper Feed Slot The setting for Manual feed thick paper and auto mode is the function Priority order1.:PG is wider(big) if thick paper only to deal with using manual feed slots(front/rear).

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    EPSON Stylus Pro 5000 Chapter1 Product Description Select I/F mode(Cont1. from Maintenance mode) Maintenance Mode 1 Operation: After Eject SW + Power ON, turn the black ink LED Operation: Cleaning SW + Eject SW + Power ON to enter this on by pressing Reset SW, and determine that mode.

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    EPSON Stylus Pro 5000 Chapter1 Product Description HEX dump mode (Cont2. from Maintenance mode) PC437-PC850 Code Page select(Cont4.from Maintenance mode) Operation: After pressing Eject SW + power on, turn on the Operation: After pressing Cleaning SW +Eject SW +Power on,...

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    EPSON Stylus Pro 5000 Chapter1 Product Description Maintenance Mode 2 Reset EEPROM (Cont. from Maintenance Mode2) This operation is to input particular address “0” in the EEPROM. There is only one item that you can actually operate in the maintenance mode2.

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    EPSON Stylus Pro 5000 Chapter1 Product Description Gap Adjustment Mode Select: Select most appropriate No. of line from the samples by referring to the table below. This adjustment is Bi-D adjustment and head gap adjustment. In this selection, LED moves from 1 7...

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    EPSON Stylus Pro 5000 Chapter1 Product Description CHECK POINT Type the following sentence on DOS screen or on the DOS prompt for transmission. Copy X :IPL2.HEX_LPT1 During transmission, black ink LED turns on and Cyan ink LED turns on when the transmission is completed correctly.

  • Page 35: Adding Paper Guide Roller Unit

    EPSON Stylus Pro 5000 Chapter1 Product Description 1.3 ADDING PAPER GUIDE ROLLER UNIT Protection board for signal cable of paper type/size sensor Paper Guide Roller Unit Here explains installing and removing Paper Guide Roller Unit, which can be installed to the paper feed cassette. Paper Guide Roller Unit is designed to improve the credibility of paper feeding for large exclusive papers (especially glossy paper), such as A3 or Super A3/B,.

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    EPSON Stylus Pro 5000 Chapter1 Product Description Big Hook Minus Driver [Removing Paper Guide Roller Unit] Step1. Looking at the front side of paper feed cassette from its bottom, release the big hook, which is located under its right side(paper type lever), as it is shown in Figure1-5.

  • Page 37: Operating Principles

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  • Page 38: Feature

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter2 Operating Principles 2.1 FEATURE Table 2-2. Mechanism Components(Con.) This section explains mechanical and electrical operating principles for Mechanism Motor Function(Purpose) Stylus Pro5000. Gear Train Changes with ----- Engaging to the Lifter Hopper installed Gear Train. Ink Engage/Disengage Changes over Paper 2.1.1 Operating Principles of Printer Mechanism Mechanism...

  • Page 39: Printing Mechanism

    Nozzle component is shown in the figure 2-1. It is one of the major characteristics that black nozzles are included as a part of the color Printing method for Stylus Pro5000 uses EPSON original’s MACH method, nozzles. Also, 2 head are divided into either dark colors or light colors. In like the previous models.

  • Page 40: Carriage Mechanism

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter2 Operating Principles [Carriage Unit] 2.1.1.2 Carriage Mechanism 3 sensors are mounted on the carriage unit and each sensor detects the The carriage unit of Stylus Pro5000 performs on/off of D/E lever not only to following printer conditions. control motive power transmission to the pump mechanism(at “0”...

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    Chapter2 Operating Principles [Carriage Guide Axis] Unlike the previous EPSON ink jet printer models, 2 carriage guide axes support the whole carriage in the Stylus Pro 5000. Also, since eccentric shafts are used for both guide axes, more sophisticated PG changes are possible.

  • Page 42: Paper Feed Mechanism

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter2 Operating Principles [Paper Loading from the Standard Paper Tray] 2.1.1.3 Paper Feed Mechanism 1. While the printer is turned on, Papers in the tray are always monitored There are 4 paper feed paths in the Stylus Pro5000; 1) Standard Paper by 3 sensors;...

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    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter2 Operating Principles [Paper Feeding From the Optional Cassette] [Paper Feeding from Rear Manual Feed Slot] Although inside of the optional cassette is composed of same parts as you In case of paper feeding from rear manual feed slot, exclusive PR sensor can find in the standard cassette, there is some distance from the optional is mounted.

  • Page 44: Upper Surface Sensor Mechanism

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter2 Operating Principles [Explaining the operation] 2.1.1.4 Upper Surface Sensor Mechanism As it is shown in the figure 2-5, since the lifter does not rise at the waiting As printing operation goes on, of course, the number of paper in the paper mode, the hopper in the paper tray does not contact with the Paper Load tray decreases.

  • Page 45: Paper Return Mechanism

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter2 Operating Principles [Explaining the operation] 2.1.1.5 Paper Return Mechanism As it is shown in the figure2-6, when the paper loading starts, the Paper The purpose of paper return mechanism is to return the second paper, or Load Roller which was in the waiting mode rotates left and loads the top papers after the first paper to the paper tray by force, in case the multi- paper from the pile of papers.

  • Page 46: Lifter Gear Train Mechanism

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter2 Operating Principles 2.1.1.6 Lifter Gear Train Mechanism Lifter Gear Train Mechanism is the mechanism to control the lifter, which operates the hopper up or down. Unlike the previous paper trays, the hopper of Stylus Pro5000 does not go up automatically, even the user installs the tray to the printer body.

  • Page 47: Hopper 5mm Down Mechanism

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter2 Operating Principles 2.1.1.7 Hopper 5mm Down Mechanism [Explaining the operation] Hopper 5mm down is to improve the paper loading credibility and to At the moment that Paper Load Roller rotates and picks up the top paper prevent the head of paper from being folded at the moment that the Paper on the paper pile, there is a timing that the loading of Paper Load Roller Load Roller picks up the top of the paper in the paper tray.

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    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter2 Operating Principles [Outline of Paper Gear Train] Even when One-way Roller release the gear train, since the stopper lever of clutch gear is stopping rotation of clutch gear forcefully, the clutch gear does not rotate in reverse completely and only the gear shown in the figure Power source is Pump/ASF motor.

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    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter2 Operating Principles As a result, the stop lever, which stops the clutch gear, releases the [Explaining the operation(Con.)] connection with the clutch gear. On the other hand, since the tension spring of the semicircle gear for driving the lifter is always trying to reset, After the Paper Load Roller loads the paper and performs hopper down the lifter goes back the original position immediately after the stop lever is 5mm, lifter returns to the original position and the hopper is reset.

  • Page 50: Sub Roller Gear Train Mechanism

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter2 Operating Principles [Explaining the operation] 2.1.1.8 Sub Roller Gear Train Mechanism Pump/ASF motor rotates in reverse, then the sun gear marked “A” in the The sub roller of Stylus Pro5000 is the big roller which always rotates, no figure2-13 also performs reversed rotation.

  • Page 51: Gear Train Change With Hopper Installed

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter2 Operating Principles 2.1.1.9 Gear Train Change with Hopper installed [Explaining the operation] Gear train of Stylus Pro5000 is controlled so that it is not until the user Flag, which collides with paper tray, is sticking out in the mechanism install the paper tray that the motive power becomes available for the lifter frame.

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    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter2 Operating Principles As a result, Planetary Gear2 [Explaining the operation] Planetary Gear2 falls to the right can transmit the motive power to side with Paper tray installed the next transmission gear. Figure 2-15 and 2-16 shows 2 conditions; one is the case that pump/ASF motor rotates right without installing paper tray and the planetary gear2 does not fall to right side, being unable to convey the motive power, and the other case that pump/ASF motor rotates forward (rotates right) with the...

  • Page 53: Ink Engage/disengage Mechanism

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter2 Operating Principles 2.1.1.10 Ink Engage/Disengage Mechanism Planetary Gear 1 The ink disengage mechanism for Stylus Pro5000 is called Return Spring 1 D/E(disengage/engage mechanism). This determines to conveys the motive Transmission Gear for power from paper load/eject line to the pump line for absorbing ink or not. pump driving Figure 2-17 shows the exterior view of pump frame.

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    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter2 Operating Principles Transmission gear for pump driving and Planetary Gear 2 after the gear train is released. Motive power goes to Paper Load/Eject Gear Train Semi circle gear after its direction changed Figure 2-19. Gear Train Condition at transmitting power to the Paper Load/Eject Line [Explaining Operation2] The planetary gear1 gets engaged with the cam gear and pump/ASF motor...

  • Page 55: Pg Disengage Mechanism

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter2 Operating Principles [Explaining the operation] 2.1.1.11 PG Disengage Mechanism When the printing command is input in the conditions that plain paper or Stylus Pro 5000 performs automatic control to change the platen gap, which Photo Quality Ink Jet paper (landscape) is selected on the driver, or the the users were controlling the platen gap manually in the previous models.

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    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter2 Operating Principles [Explaining the operation(Con.)] Once the transmission gear is engaged with the PG driven gear, PG driven gear is rotated counterclockwise by the forward rotation of PF motor, and PG mechanism starts its operation. (See figure 2-20) The figure 2-22 shows the gear train condition, when the platen gap becomes big(wider).

  • Page 57: Ink Valve Mechanism

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter2 Operating Principles 2.1.1.12 Ink Valve Mechanism The purpose of ink valve mechanism is to prevent ink leaking during re- Valve is closed by CCW PF motor rotation transport after the serve is completed. Stylus Pro5000 does not have the waste ink sequence like Stylus Color 3000 had, instead, this ink valve mechanism prevents leaking from the ink pack.

  • Page 58: Friction Release Mechanism

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter2 Operating Principles Sub Roller Driven Gear 2.1.1.13 Friction Release Mechanism In the previously used paper feed mechanism, which was applied for Stylus Cam Gear Color 1520 and Stylus Color 3000, the paper feed roller always contacts with Sun Gear the paper feed support roller located under the paper feed roller.

  • Page 59

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter2 Operating Principles Table 2-5. Relation between Rotational Direction of Motive Power and Cam for driving Paper Feed Support Roller Gear Train Changes Rotational Sub Roller Cam Gear PF Support Transmission Gear 1 direction for condition condition Roller Pump/ASF motor CW(right) rotation Not operate...

  • Page 60: Gear Train Block Diagram

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter2 Operating Principles 2.1.1.14 Gear Train Block Diagram Diagram below shows the most complicated mechanism in the Stylus Pro5000; the Gear Train for Paper Load/Eject line control. Figure 2-28. Flow Chart for Paper Load/Eject Line Gear Train Rev.A 2-23...

  • Page 61: Outline Of Electrical Circuit

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter2 Operating Principles 2.1.2 Outline of Electrical Circuit Here explains outline of various electric circuit boards. 2.1.2.1 C228 PSB Board In the power supply circuit of Stylus Pro5000, the switching power supply called C228 PSB board is used, and plays role of generating various driving voltages.

  • Page 62

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter2 Operating Principles [Various Protection Circuits] Delay Circuit Since the power supply switch is on the secondary side, even if the power Each output power source from *1 through *4 numbered in the figure2-29 is turned off on the control panel, the exclusive power off sequence still has protection circuit, as it is explained below.

  • Page 63: C228 Drv Board

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter2 Operating Principles 2.1.2.2 C228 DRV Board In the C228 DRV board, E05B48(IC9) plays its central role. On this board, 2 printing heads, 3 motors and solenoids, and all sensor circuits are mounted. These driving/stop signal, monitoring the conditions of all sensors in the motive power line, and the control in the driving line according to the conditions are determined by E05B48 through communication with C228 main board.

  • Page 64: C228 Main Board

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter2 Operating Principles 2.1.2.3 C228 Main Board In the C228 Main board, mainly, memory control (Flash/DRAM/SRAM/PDRAM), taking CPU as its center, optional SIM control and Bus control are performed, and this board plays the major role for the whole circuit. Also, this board plays role of sending or receiving information between interfaces(Parallel/Type-B/Mac.) and various exterior parts.

  • Page 65: Troubleshooting

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  • Page 66: Features

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter3 Troubleshooting 3.1 FEATURES WARNING The servicing program runs on DOS program only. This chapter describes how to troubleshoot abnormal operations of Stylus ® Therefore, do not run the program on Mac. Pro5000. 3.1.1 Problems relating to the printer mechanism CAUTION In the cleaning operation by the servicing In this section, problems which may occur in the printer mechanism and...

  • Page 67

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter3 Troubleshooting Table 3-2. Phenomenon: Cleaning does not solve the problem in print quality. (Continued) WARNING Mind that 2 printhead used for the printer, the dark Step Remedy color version (left) and light color version (right), Remove the upper case and then the cover on the carriage. have different ordering codes.

  • Page 68

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter3 Troubleshooting Table 3-4.Phenomenon: Table 3-5.Phenomenon: Printer Fails to Load Paper Frequently. Printer Loads Multiple Paper Frequently. Step Remedy Step Remedy Paper types available and the way to set vary depending on the The hopper 5-mm down mechanism may not be properly cassette types;...

  • Page 69

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter3 Troubleshooting Table 3-7. Abnormal Phenomenon: Table 3-9. Abnormal Phenomenon: LED Indicates “Paper Out (tray 1)”. LED Indicates “Paper Out (manual feed)”. Step Remedy Step Remedy Remove the paper cassette and check the paper left quantity If the P sensor does not come on despite the manual feed is sensor actuator (an acting pole with a roller attached on it) for the selected in the printer driver, the printer assumes that no paper proper function.

  • Page 70

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter3 Troubleshooting Table 3-10. Abnormal Phenomenon: Table 3-11. Abnormal Phenomenon: LED Indicates “Paper Jam”. Any of the Ink End LEDs Stays On or Blinking. Step Remedy Step Remedy The same LEDs come on when the rear cover is open. Therefore, Check that the life of the ink cartridge currently installed as a check that the rear cover is securely closed to the printer side.

  • Page 71

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter3 Troubleshooting Table 3-12 .Abnormal Phenomenon: Table 3-13 .Abnormal Phenomenon: LED indicates “Fatal Error”. LED indicates “Fatal Error”. (Continued) Step 1: Summary Step 3: Checking the CR motor drive line The printer indicates “Fatal Error” condition by bringing all LEDs on. This When the PF motor drives and releases the CR lock and ink valve is caused by the troubles occurred in the driver lines including electrical mechanisms, the CR motor comes in operation.

  • Page 72

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter3 Troubleshooting Table 3-14 .Abnormal Phenomenon: Table 3-15. Abnormal Phenomenon: LED Indicates “Fatal Error”. (Continued) LED Indicates “Maintenance Error”. Step 5: Checking the Pump/ASF Motor (2) Remedy After ink is absorbed properly from the printhead by the pump One of the waste ink counters has passed the limit.

  • Page 73

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter3 Troubleshooting Table 3-16. Abnormal Phenomenon: Color Gradation Differs Among the Printers Step Remedy If 2 or more Stylus Pro5000 are used in an office of by an individual user, they may print the same data in different color gradations.

  • Page 74: Assembly And Disassembly

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  • Page 75: Overview

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 4.1 OVERVIEW WARNING 4. Do not dismantle the battery.(The gas inside the This section explains disassembly and assembly of the printer. Basically, the battery may hurt your throat. Leakage, burning disassembled components can be re-assembled by reversing the or explosion may also be resulted.) disassembly procedure, but we explains procedure of assembling the gear 5.

  • Page 76: Tools

    Table 4-1. Required Tools Rear Unit” are removed. Refer to section 4.3 to disassemble more fine parts on the mechanism. Refer to flow chart below for items explained on Name Supplier EPSON parts code section4.2. Phillips Screw Driver (No.1) EPSON B743800400 Phillips Screw Driver (No.2)

  • Page 77: Housing Upper Removal

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 4.2.1 Housing Upper Removal 5 CBS Screws(3x8) 1. Open the rear tray. 2. Remove the “Cover, printer”, releasing 2 hooks on the “Cover, printer”. 3. Remove 5 CBS screws(3x8) securing “Housing Upper” to the mechanism unit.

  • Page 78

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 5. Insert a minus driver to 3 airspace (A), located upper paper eject of 2 Hooks “Housing Front Unit”, and remove hooks which are connecting “Housing Upper” and “Housing Front Unit”. (Refer to Figure 4-5) 6.

  • Page 79: Housing Front Unit Removal

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 4.2.2 Housing Front Unit Removal 2 CBS screws(3x6) 1. Remove “Housing Upper”.(See Section4.2.1) 2. Remove “Cable, Panel” connecting to “Board Assembly, Panel” from connector on the board. 3. Remove 2 CBS screws(3x6) securing “Grounding plate, Panel” to “Frame, Paper Eject”.

  • Page 80: Mechanism Unit Removal

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 4.2.3 Mechanism Unit Removal "Frame, Main, Rear" 1. Remove “Housing Upper”. (See section 4.2.1) 2. Remove “Housing Front Unit”. (See section 4.2.2) 3. Looking from back side of printer, insert the plus screw driver into the notch which is located at “Frame, Main, Rear”...

  • Page 81: Mb Rear Unit Removal

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 4.2.4 MB Rear Unit Removal Fixing screws CAUTION „ The MB rear unit, which C228 main board is mounted on, can be removed directly, without disassembling other parts in advance. "Cover,Connector,Upper" „ When installing this unit again, push in hard so that it can be firmly connected to the connector on the C228 DRV board.

  • Page 82: Disassembling The Mechanism

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 4.2.5 Disassembling the Mechanism Here explains procedure to disassemble the removed mechanism to more fine pieces. 4.4 Disassembly 4.41. Disassembly 4.4.2. Assembling and Assembly for of ASF Unit ASF Unit ASF Unit 4.3. Disassembly 4.3.1.

  • Page 83: Discharge Brush Removal

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 4.2.5.1 Discharge Brush Removal 1. Remove 3 CBS Sems W2 screws(3x8) securing “Discharge brush” to “Frame, Main, Paper Eject” of the mechanism unit, and remove “Discharge Brush”. CAUTION It is necessary to remove the discharge brush when performing “Head Angular Adjustment”...

  • Page 84: Paper Guide Assembly, Cover Removal

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly CHECK POINT Since the “U” shaped spring washer has a 4.2.5.2 Paper Guide Assembly, Cover Removal determined direction to be installed, install the washer so that concave side of the spring washer 1. Remove “Housing Upper”. (See section 4.2.1) faces to the “Assembly Cover”...

  • Page 85: Print Head Removal

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 4.2.5.3 Print Head Removal Protrusions WARNING This printer uses left head for dark colors and right head for light colors, and each head has different parts code. Therefore, in case of exchanging right and left heads at the same time, make sure to follow the points below.

  • Page 86

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 5. Release each 2 fixing parts of “Cover, CR, Front” located rear and front, and release “Cover, CR, Front”. (Refer to Figure4-20) 6. Pull out each 6 dampers from the head needle. CAUTION Total 6 dampers are fixed in the order(from left); Bk Cyan Magenta Light Cyan Light Magenta Yellow.

  • Page 87: Mb Front Unit Removal

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 9. Remove FFC inserted in each right and left head, and remove the print 4.2.5.4 MB Front Unit Removal head. (Refer to Figure4-22) 1. Remove the mechanism unit.(Refer to section 4.2.7) „ When replacing heads to new ones, connect CHECK POINT 2.

  • Page 88

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 5. Disconnect all connectors on C228 DRV board. CHECK POINT Following shows connectors on C228 DRV board, which is necessary for installing MB front unit CHECK POINT As it is shown in the figure4-23, the FFC to install again.

  • Page 89: Fan Assembly Removal

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly Table 4-4. Connectors on the C228 DRV Board(Cont.) 4.2.5.5 Fan Assembly Removal Connector Connector Name of Harness / Destination of CAUTION Color Connection It is necessary to remove the fan assembly before CN16 White Motor Assembly, ASF removing PS unit(Power supply unit).

  • Page 90: Ps Unit Removal

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 4.2.5.6 PS Unit Removal 4.2.5.7 Motor Assembly, PF Removal 1. Remove the mechanism unit.(Refer to section 4.2.7) 1. Remove “Fan assembly” (Refer to section 4.2.8.3) 2. Remove MB Front Unit. (Refer to section 4.2.8.2) 2.

  • Page 91: Motor Assembly, Cr Removal

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly "Motor Assembly, CR" 4.2.5.8 Motor Assembly, CR Removal Timing Belt Pinion 1. Remove the PS Unit. (Refer to section 4.2.5.6) 2. Remove the timing belt hanging on the pinion of “Motor Assembly, CR”. (Refer to Figure4-28) 3.

  • Page 92: Motor Assembly, Asf Removal

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly "Frame Assembly, 4.2.5.9 Motor Assembly, ASF Removal 3 CBS screws(3x6) DE, Left" 1. Remove PS unit. (Refer to section 4.2.5.6) 2. Remove a harness of “Motor Assembly, ASF” from the connector(CN16, white) of “MB Front Unit”, and remove it from locking wire saddles located at 3 locations(around PS unit was installed) on the “Frame, Main, PF”.

  • Page 93: Carriage Unit Removal

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 4.2.5.10 Carriage Unit Removal 1. Remove print head. (Refer to section 4.2.5.3) 2. Remove “Motor Assembly, CR”. (Refer to section 4.2.5.8) 3. Remove “C” shaped ring securing “Gear,80” by a pair of tweezers or stop ring pliers.

  • Page 94

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 7. Remove “E” shaped ring(#6) and one CBS screw(3x8) securing “Bush, "Bush, Parallelism, Adjustment" "E" shaped ring(#6) Parallelism, Adjustment” at the right side of mechanism, and remove “Bush, Parallelism, Adjustment”. CAUTION When removing “Bush, Parallelism, Adjustment”, CBS(3x8) “Reinforcing board, Axis, CR”...

  • Page 95

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly Belt Pulley 9. Remove “Tension spring,28.76” located back of the belt pulley unit at the left side of the mechanism, and release the timing belt. "Timing Belt" "Tension Spring, 28.76" 10. Remove “Timing belt” from the pulley unit, and remove “Tension spring,2.44”...

  • Page 96

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 4.2.5.11 Frame, Main, Paper Eject Removal "Holder,Fixing,Tube, B" 1. Remove print head. (See section4.2.5.3) 2. Remove each 2 CBS screws(3x30) securing “Holder, Fixing, Tube, B”, and remove “Holder, Fixing, Tube, B” from the mechanism. (Refer to Figure4-39) CHECK POINT “Holder, Fixing, Tube, B”...

  • Page 97

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly CBS(3x6) "Tube, Locking Screw" "Tube, Locking Screw" 4. Remove only 6, which are located inside, out of 12 “Tube, Locking Screw”s securing 6 ink tubes respectively, and remove ink tubes. (Refer to Figure4-41) WARNING After removing each ink tube from “Relay, Tube”, handle it so that the tip of the tune does not face down but face up.

  • Page 98

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 7. From right side of the printer mechanism, remove one “E” shaped ring securing “Axis, CR, Support”. 8. Rotate a bush for fixing an axis(shaft) toward right direction and remove the bush. (Refer to Figure4-43) "E"...

  • Page 99: Frame, Main, Paper Eject Removal

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 10. Release various harness from 3 “Mini-cramp(small cramp)”s located at "Mini Cramp" the front side of “Frame, Main, Paper Eject”. (Refer to Figure4-45) 11. Remove one CBS screw(3x6) securing “Tank, Absorber”, and remove “Tank, Absorber”. 12.

  • Page 100: Paper Guide Upper Unit Removal

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 4.2.5.12 Paper Guide Upper Unit Removal Tension Spring,11.7 1. Remove carriage unit.(See section 4.2.5.10) 2. Remove a connector of carriage home position sensor from CN5(white,3- pin) located on the “MB Front Unit”. 3. Remove a connector of PE sensor including PR sensor from CN7(white, 5-pin) located on the “MB Front Unit”.

  • Page 101: Pump Frame Removal

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 4.2.5.13 Pump Frame Removal "Pump Frame" 1. Remove Carriage Unit.(See section 4.2.5.10) CBS(3x6) with 2. Remove “Frame, Main, Paper Eject”. (See section 4.2.5.11) nuts 3. Remove “Paper Guide Upper Unit”.(See section4.2.5.12) 4. Remove 2 CBS screws(3x6) and one CBS screw with nuts(3x6) securing “Pump Frame”...

  • Page 102: Frame, Main, Pf Removal

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 4.2.5.14 Frame, Main, PF Removal "Frame,Main, Left" 1. Remove Carriage Unit.(See section 4.2.5.10) 2. Remove “Frame, Main, Paper Eject”. (See section 4.2.5.11) 3. Remove “Paper Guide Upper Unit”. (See section 4.2.5.12) 4. Remove 2 CBS(3x6) screws securing “Frame, Main, PF” to “Frame, Middle, Left”, and remove “Frame, Main, PF”.

  • Page 103

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly "Mounting board, Tray, 5. Remove each one CBS screw(3x8) fixing “Mounting board, Tray, Left” Left/Right" and “Mounting board, Tray, Right” respectively and remove both left and right mounting boards. (Refer to Figure4-53) 6. Remove 2 CBS screws(3x8) and one CBP screw(3x8) securing “Paper Guide, Front”, and remove “Paper Guide, Front”...

  • Page 104

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 8. Remove “E” shaped ring(#3) securing “Stopper, CR, Lock”, and remove Plain washer(4.4x0.5x14) Bush, 8B “Stopper, CR, Lock”. (Refer to Figure4-55) Plain washer(4.4x0.3x10) Plain washer(5.07x0.3x10) WARNING When removing “E” shaped ring(#3), following "Spacer, Roller, PF,B" parts may jump out.

  • Page 105: Asf Unit Removal

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 4.2.5.15 ASF Unit Removal "Left Quantity sensor set" 1. Remove PF roller. (Refer to section 4.2.5.14) 2. Remove “Left Quantity sensor set”, and release the fixing part of a Ditch for harness harness 3-pin for upper surface sensor on the ASF from the ditch of “Left Quantity sensor set”.

  • Page 106: Upper Surface Sensor Removal

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 4.2.5.16 Upper Surface Sensor Removal "Mounting Board Assembly, Upper Surface Sensor" 1. Remove “ASF Unit”. (Refer to section 4.2.5.15) 2. Remove the connector (Yellow, 3-pin) located on the “Upper Surface CBS(3x8) Sensor”. Connector(Yellow,3-pin) Apply screw lock 3.

  • Page 107: Pe Sensor Removal

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly "Frame, Main, Rear" "Lever, Release" 4.2.5.17 PE Sensor Removal 1. Remove “Paper Guide Upper Unit”. (Refer to section 4.2.5.12) 2. Remove “Tension Spring,1.2”, which is installed between “Lever, Release” and “Frame, Main, Rear”. 3. Remove 2 CBP screws(3x8) securing “Lever, Assembly, Release, Cam” to “Paper Guide Upper Unit”.

  • Page 108: Pr Sensor Removal

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly Remove PR sensor toward red 4.2.5.18 PR Sensor Removal arrow direction, pressing 2 hooks. 1. Remove “PE Sensor”. (See section 4.2.17) 2. Release 2 hooks securing PR Sensor, and remove PR sensor. (Refer to Figure4-63) CHECK POINT During operation, if you get confused or don’t know how to install 2 actuators for “PE sensor”,...

  • Page 109

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly "Lever, PE, Sensor, B" "Torsion Spring,0.089" 4. Install “Torsion Spring,0.089” to “Lever, PE, Sensor” as it is shown in "Torsion Spring,0.089" Figure 4-65. (Refer to Figure4-65) "Lever, PE, Sensor" 5. Install “Torsion Spring, 0.089” to “Lever, PE, Sensor, B”, as it is shown in Figure4-65.

  • Page 110: Hp Sensor Removal

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 7. Install “Lever, PE, Sensor, B” to “Paper Guide, Upper”, as it is shown in Installing edge of the Figure4-67. (Refer to Figure4-67) torsion spring. 8. Re-install 10 small screws on the “Frame, Main, Rear” and 9 “Torsion Spring, 189”, and combine “Frame, Main, Rear”...

  • Page 111: Cable Assembly, Sensor Fpc Removal

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly Encoder 4.2.5.20 Cable Assembly, Sensor FPC Removal 1. Remove “Carriage Unit”. (See section 4.2.5.10) 2. Remove 2 small screws(2.5x5) securing encoder and one CBP CBP(3x8) screw(3x8) securing the paper width sensor, and remove “Cable, Assembly, Sensor FPC”.

  • Page 112: Disassembly And Assembly For Gear Train

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly "Rotary Damper Set" 4.3 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY FOR GEAR TRAIN Gear Train of Stylus Pro5000 is very complicated and has a lot of alignments(engagement between gears). Therefore, since procedures for disassembly and assembly is quite difficult, this section has disassembly procedure and assembly procedure separately.

  • Page 113

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly "Gear, 17.4" "Gear,27" 5. As it is shown in Figure4-73, remove gears according to the following order; 1.”Combination Gear,12,25.8”, 2.”Gear,27”, 3. “Clutch, Lifter” + “Gear,27.6”, 4.”E” shaped ring on the “Combination Gear, 18,32.4”, 5. “Combination Gear,18,32.4”. (Refer to Figure4-73) „ Spring is installed between “Clutch, Lifter”...

  • Page 114

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly The tip is bent Step. B Cover “Gear, 27.6” on “Clutch, Lifter”, hanging the leg of Hook on the back right angle. “Torsion Spring, 1.77”, which is bent right angle, to one hook side of "Gear,27.6" located on the back side of “Gear,27.6”.

  • Page 115

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly "Torsion Spring,25.5" "Lever, Hopper, Lock" 6. Remove “Tension Spring,0.588”, which is giving tension to “Lever, Hopper”, and remove “Tension Spring,0.588”. (Refer to Figure4-77) 7. Remove “Torsion Spring 25.5”, which is giving tension to “Lever, Hopper, Lock”.(Refer to Figure4-77) 8.

  • Page 116

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly "Lever Assembly, Planetary, ASF" CHECK POINT When installing “ASF Gear Train Cover Assembly”, install it so that the angle of “Lever Push Up. Assembly, Planetary, ASF” is up at the left side. (Refer to Figure4-78) 10.

  • Page 117

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly "Roller Belt Tension" CHECK POINT “Lever, Belt Tension”, “Roller Belt Tension” and “Roller Belt” are installed, as it is shown in Figure4-80. (Refer to Figure4-80) 15. Remove “E” shaped ring(#2.3) on the “Lever Assembly, Planetary, ASF”, and remove “Lever Assembly, Planetary, ASF”...

  • Page 118

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly "Torsion Spring,3.92" "Combiantion Gear,13.8,17.4" 19. Release “Torsion Spring,3.92” which is giving tension to “Lever, Stopper, "Lever Assembly, Hopper" ASF”, and remove “Lever, Stopper, ASF”. (Refer to Figure4-82) 20. Remove “Combination Gear,30.30”, and remove “Lever Assembly, Hopper”.

  • Page 119

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 23. Remove the timing belt, which is installed between “Hopper Lock "Cam ASF Assembly" Transmission Gear Assembly” and “Combination Gear,18.144,24”. "Timing Belt, Hopper" (Refer to Figure4-84) CHECK POINT In case of removing “Timing Belt, Hopper”, it is necessary to match the alignment at re-installing.

  • Page 120: Assembling Gear Train

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 4.3.2 Assembling Gear Train Here explains procedure to assemble gear train. Since assembling gear train require to have several alignments between gears, it will be almost impossible to assemble gear train without referring this section. Therefore, in case of disassembling gear train, make sure to refer to this section and assemble the gear train.

  • Page 121

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 3. In case of separating “Hopper Lock Transmission Gear Assembly” into “Gear,18.144” and “Lock, Hopper, Transmission”, insert 2 holes on the “Lock, Hopper, Transmission” to 2 dimples on the “Gear, 18.144” and assemble them. (Refer to Figure4-87) WARNING If “Gear, 18.144”...

  • Page 122

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly "Timing Belt, Hopper" 5. Hang the one side of “Timing Belt, Hopper” on “Hopper Lock Transmission Gear Assembly”, and hand the other side on axis “A” temporarily. (Refer to Figure4-89) 6. Install “Lifter Gear Train Cover Assembly” and attach a bush to the axis of “Hopper Lock Transmission Gear Assembly”.

  • Page 123

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly "Lever Assembly, Lifter, Clutch" CHECK POINT After installing “Lifter Gear Train Cover Assembly”, as it is shown in Figure4-91, make sure that “Lever Assembly, Hopper” is located under “Lever Assembly, Lifter, Clutch”. (Refer to Figure4-91) 8.

  • Page 124

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 9. Pressing “Hopper Release Lever Assembly” to right side, rotate 3 holes "Lifter Gear Train Cover Assembly" on the “Combination Gear,18.144,24” until they become the condition Positioning Pin for Phase shown in Figure4-93, and insert the positioning pin for alignment into the red marked hole(see figure) and pierced it to the hole of the mechanism.

  • Page 125

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly CHECK POINT In the condition that alignment of “Hopper Transmission Gear Assembly” is made correctly, as it is shown in Figure4-95, in the inside of “Frame, Assembly, Middle, Right”, the protrusion of “Cam Assembly, Paper Return” should be inserted into the ditch of “Lever, Paper Return, Cam”...

  • Page 126

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 12. Set the rib of “Gear,32” to the axis so that the rib faces outside. At this "E" shaped ring" "Gear,32" time, 2 holes on the “Gear,32” should match with 2 holes on the “Frame, Assembly, Middle, Right”.

  • Page 127

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly Leaf Spring 15. Install a plain washer(6.2x0.5x17,S/Na) to axis “A”. (6.2x0.15x15,S/Na) 16. Install a leaf spring(6.2x0.15x15, S/Na) to the same axis. (Refer to Figure4-100) CHECK POINT When installing a leaf spring(6.2x0.15x15,S/Na), its convex side should face to the mechanism frame. Axis"A"...

  • Page 128

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 19. Remove the positioning pin which is inserted between “Cam, Hopper "Lever, Stopper, ASF" Lock” and “Combination Gear,18.144,24”. 20. Install “Torsion Spring,3.92” to “Lever, Stopper, ASF”. Hang the tip of the shorter leg to the hook of “Lever, Stopper, ASF”. (Refer to Figure4-102) 21.

  • Page 129

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly "Combination Gear,13.8,17.4" 23. Fix “Lever, Stopper, ASF” with “E” shaped ring. (Refer to Figure4-104) 24. Insert “Combination Gear,13.8,17.4” into axis “A”. (Big gear side should face to the mechanism frame) (Refer to Figure4-105) 25. Insert “Lever Assembly, Planetary, Lifter” into the same axis(axis “A”) and fix it with “C”...

  • Page 130

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 26. Insert “Gear,13.8” into axis “B”, and also insert “Lever Assembly, "E" shaped ring Planetary, ASF” into the same axis. 27. Fix “Lever Assembly, Planetary, ASF” with “E” shaped ring(#2.3). (Refer to Figure4-107) 28. Insert “Gear,35.4” into the same axis which “Cam, ASF” is installed. CHECK POINT “Gear,35.4”...

  • Page 131

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 29. Insert “Gear, 31.8” into the same axis, which “Combination Gear,18.144,24” is installed, and insert “Gear,17.4” into an axis located at right next side. (Refer to Figure4-109) 30. Insert an axis on the “Lever Assembly, Planetary, ASF” and an axis on the “Gear,17.4”...

  • Page 132

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 31. Check the operation of “Frame Assembly, Middle, Right” by following "Lever Assembly, Planetary, procedures. (Refer to Figure4-111) Sub Cam" "Gear,35.5" "Gear,64" Step.A Rotate “Gear,35.4” manually to left direction, and check that “Gear,64” for driving sub-roller rotates left direction and the the motive power is transmitted to the edge gears.

  • Page 133

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 32. Rotate “Gear,35.4” and “Cam, ASF” manually, then, insert 2 positioning "Lever, Stopper, ASF" pins for alignment into positions shown in left picture of Figure4-112. Fixing "Gear,35.4" and "Cam, ASF" CHECK POINT When inserting a positioning pin into “Gear,35.4”, "Cam,ASF"...

  • Page 134

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly StepC. If you find any failures on any checking procedures written above, remove each “E” shaped ring, which is securing gear, "Combination Gear,24,24" "Gear,24" and arrange alignment until they become just like as it is "Gear,11"...

  • Page 135

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly Step.G Insert a positioning pin into “Combination Gear,24,24” and "Gear,10" already fixed push it gradually toward the hole on the frame. On the way, at StepB. set “Combination Gear,24,24”, engaging the teeth of “Gear,11” and “Gear,10”, and fix then by “E” shaped ring. (Refer to Figure4-115) CHECK POINT After arranging alignment of “ASF Unit”, the...

  • Page 136

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 36. At first, stick the gear part of “ASF Unit” out through the square hole, "Mounting Board, Stopper, and lift up the other side of frame up to the fixing position, and leave it on Paper, Left"...

  • Page 137

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly "Cam, ASF" 39. At the point that the flat side of “Roller, Paper Feed” faces down, since the positioning hole of “Combination Gear,24,24” and the hole on the “ASF Unit” should be matched, insert the positioning pin into this hole and leave it on the “Cam, ASF”.

  • Page 138

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 40. Fix “ASF Unit” with 2 CBS screws(3x6), and do not forget to remove total 4 positioning pins, which are being inserted into the mechanism at this point. (Refer to Figure4-121) WARNING In case of gear train on the “Frame Assembly, Middle, Right”, if you try to check its operation forcibly by hand at completing procedures above and previous pages, arranged alignment will be...

  • Page 139

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 41. Check the operation of “Frame, Assembly, Middle, Right” by the following procedure. WARNING In case of gear train on the “Frame Assembly, Middle, Right”, if you try to check its operation forcibly by hand at completing procedures on the previous pages, arranged alignment will be dislocated, since “ASF Unit”...

  • Page 140

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 42. Install “Lever Belt Tension” and “Torsion Spring,1.27”. "Torsion Spring,25.5" "Gear,17.4" (Refer to section 4.3.1., Figure4-79 and 4-80) "Lever, Hopper, Lock" 43. Install “Lever, Hopper”, then, also install “Tension Spring,0.588”. (Refer to section 4.3.1, Figure4-77) 44.

  • Page 141

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 48. Install “Gear,27”. (Refer to Figure4-125) "Gear,27" "E" shaped ring 49. Install “Combination Gear,18,32.4”, and fix it with “E” shaped ring. (Refer to Figure4-125) 50. Install “Gear,67.8”. (Refer to Figure4-126) 51. Install “Gear,67.6”. (Refer to Figure4-126) 52.

  • Page 142: Disassembly And Assembly For Asf Unit

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Disassembly and Assembly 4.4 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY FOR ASF UNIT Here explains assembly and disassembly of ASF. Conditions which require disassembly of ASF unit are as follows. WARNING In case of disassembling “ASF Unit”, it is necessary to match gear alignment. Refer to Section 4.4.2 “Assembling ASF Unit”...

  • Page 143: Disassembly Of Asf Unit

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Disassembly and Assembly "E" shaped ring 4.4.1 Disassembly of ASF Unit "Gear,10" (2.3, F/Uc) "Gear,11" 1. Remove “ASF Unit”. (Refer to Section 4.2.5.15) 2. Remove 3 “E” shaped rings on the “ASF Unit”, and remove “Gear,10”, “Combination Gear,24,24”, “Gear,11” and “Gear,24”. (See figure4-127) 3.

  • Page 144

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Disassembly and Assembly 4. Pull out “Axis, Paper Feed, Roller Set” from “ASF Unit”. (See figure4-129) 5. Reverse “ASF Unit”, and take “Compression Spring, 0.98” out. CAUTION „ When installing “Compression Spring,0.98” again, apply “Neji Lock”(Screw Lock) on the “Lever, Roller, Paper Feed, Left”.

  • Page 145

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Disassembly and Assembly "Axis, Paper Feed, Fixing" 7. From “ASF Unit”, pull out “Axis, Paper Feed, Fixing” toward the side that upper surface sensor is installed. (See figure4-131) 8. From the opposite side to the other side that “Upper surface sensor” is attached, remove one “E”...

  • Page 146

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Disassembly and Assembly 9. Pull out “Axis, Transmission Curl” from side that upper surface sensor is attached. (See figure4-133) 10. Reverse the “ASF Unit” again, and remove one CBP screw(3x8) securing the upper surface, and also remove “Upper surface sensor” with cable. (See figure 4-134) CAUTION „ One spring washer comes off when removing...

  • Page 147

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Disassembly and Assembly 11. Remove each CBP screws(3x6, total 5 screws) securing each “Curl CBS(3x15) Unit”, and remove “Curl Unit”. (See figure4-135) 12. Remove each CBS screw(3x15) securing “Curl Unit”. (See figure4-136) CAUTION 5 curl units which are attached to “ASF Unit” are all same.

  • Page 148

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Disassembly and Assembly "Compression Spring, "Lever Assembly, Curl" 14. Remove “Cover, Guide, Curl”. 0.399" 15. Take out “Compression Spring,0.399” from “Lever Assembly, Curl”. (Do not lose it) 16. Change the angle of “Lever Assembly, Curl” toward yellow direction in the figure until it stops, and remove “Lever Assembly Curl”, lifting it up toward yourself.

  • Page 149: Assembling Asf Unit

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 4.4.2 Assembling ASF Unit "Holder, Lever, Curl" Here explains procedure of assembly for ASF Unit. Since there are several alignments in the ASF unit, it is important to perform following procedures and assemble the unit correctly after disassembly. WARNING Make sure to perform procedures in this section after disassembling the “ASF Unit”.

  • Page 150

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly Install "Gear,24", engaging the teeth 3. Engage the teeth of “Gear,10” and the teeth of “Gear,24”, inserting the of "Gear,24" and "Gear,10" needle tip to the hole on the “Holder, Lever, Curl”, and install “Gear,24”. (See figure4-142) CHECK POINT After installing “Gear,24”, make sure that convex...

  • Page 151

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly There should be 4. Insert “Lever Assembly, Curl” to the axis on the “Holder, Lever, Curl”, some space. placing “Lever Assembly, Curl” vertically, as it is shown in figure4-144. Protrusion After inserting, make sure that some space is left between “Lever Assembly, Curl”...

  • Page 152

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly "Compression 7. Insert “Compression Spring, 0.399” to “Lever Assembly, Curl”. Axis "B" Spring 0.399" (See figure4-146) CAUTION When installing “Compression Spring, 0.399”, hang the one side of “Compression Spring, 0.399” to the protrusion “A” first, then insert the other side to “B”...

  • Page 153

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 9. Hang one leg of “Tension Spring,1.11” on hook “A” on the frame and the other leg on the hook “B” on the “Lever Assembly, Curl”. "Tension Spring,1.11" Hook "B" (See figure4-148) CHECK POINT After completing procedure 9 above, check its operation by performing following operations.

  • Page 154

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly The nail should 12. Look into the hole located at the plastic side on the “Curl Unit”, and rotate pierce. “Gear, 10” or “Gear,24” so that the hole at the plastic side can match with the hole at the frame side.

  • Page 155

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly CAUTION "Sensor, HP" In the figure4-152, the hole written “Caution” is for installing “Upper Surface Sensor”. Do not install "Harness, Upper “Curl Unit” to this hole. Surface Sensor" 16. Insert “Harness, Upper Surface Sensor” to “Sensor, HP”. (See figure4-153) 17.

  • Page 156

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 18. Reverse “ASF Unit” so that its front side comes back, and insert one CBP screw(3x8) to the hole for installing “Upper Surface Sensor”. (See figure4-155) 19. Reverse “ASF Unit” again, and insert the hole of the leaf spring to the screw tip, facing convex side of the leaf spring toward “ASF Unit”.

  • Page 157

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly In case of rotating the screw which is to fix "Bush, Curl, Tramsmission" “Mounting Board Assembly, Upper Surface Sensor”, and exchanging “Sensor, HP”, perform “Upper Surface Positioning Adjustment” on Chapter5 and apply Neji-Lock(Screw Lock) to top of the screw, which is to fix “Mounting Board Assembly, Upper Surface Sensor”.

  • Page 158

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 23. Insert “Axis, Curl, Transmission” to the hole of “Bush, Curl, "Bush, Curl, Transmission" Transmission”, and pierce “Axis, Transmission, Curl” into 5 holes on the “Curl Unit”s. At this time, the shape of axis should be “D” shape , looking from “A”...

  • Page 159

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 24. Remove all 5 nails which are inserted into each “Curl Unit”s. "E" shaped ring 25. Attach “E” shaped ring(2, F/Uc) to the side of inserted axis. (2,F/Uc) (See figure4-161) Pull it after attaching 26.

  • Page 160

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 28. Install “Axis, Paper Feed, Roller Set” to “Lever, Roller, Paper Feed, "Lever, Roller, Paper Feed, Right" Right”. (See figure4-163) 29. Reverse “ASF Unit” so that front side comes. 30. Install “Compression Spring,2.16” to the pin on the “Lever, Roller, Paper Feed, Right”.

  • Page 161

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 31. Install the left edge of axis of “Axis, Paper Feed, Roller Set” to “Lever "Axis, Paper Feed, Roller Set" Roller, Paper Feed, Left”. Pull “Axis, Paper Feed, Roller Set” to yellow arrow direction as it is shown in figure 4-165, and hang it on “Lever, Roller, Paper Feed, Left”.

  • Page 162

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 34. Make sure that the harness from “Upper Surface Sensor” is under “Axis, "Lever, Roller, Paper Feed, Fixing”, which was installed at procedure 33, and attach “E” Paper Feed, Left" shaped ring to the ditch for fixing “E” shaped ring. (See figure4-167) Fix "E"-shaped ring inside.

  • Page 163

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 37. Insert “Gear,24” to “Axis, Paper Feed, Roller Set”, and fix it with “E” "Axis, Paper Feed, Roller Set" shaped ring(4,F/Uc). (See figure4-169) CAUTION There are 2 ditches for inserting “Gear, 24” on the “Axis, Roller, Paper Feed, Roller Set”.

  • Page 164

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 39. Insert “Gear,10” to “Axis, Transmission, Curl”, and fix it with “E” shaped "Gear,10" ring(2.3,F/Uc). (See figure4-171) 40. Pierce a needle(diameter 2.0mm) into the “Curl Unit”, which is the nearest to “Lever, Roller, Paper Feed, Left” side. (See figure4-172) CHECK POINT The reason to perform procedure 40 is to make the axis shape of “Gear,10”...

  • Page 165

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly "Gear,24" 41. Insert a needle(diameter 2.0mm) for alignment into “Gear,24”, and let the needle pierce to the hole on the “Lever, Roller, Paper Feed, Right”, and fix “Gear,24”. (See figure 4-173) 42. Insert a needle(diameter 2.0mm) for adjusting alignment to the hole on the “Combination Gear,24,24”.

  • Page 166

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly Pierce a needle into the hole on the 43. Let the needle tip, which is inserted to “Combination Gear,24,24”, pierce Shape of axis should be reversed "Lever, Roller, Paper Feed, Right". into the hole on the “Lever, Roller, Paper Feed, Right”, and push in "D"...

  • Page 167

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter4 Assembly and Disassembly 47. Rotate “Combination Gear,24,24” one round to left direction, and check the operation of “ASF Unit”. Make sure that all “Lever Assembly, Curl”s located inside of “Curl Unit” return to the waiting position simultaneously by spring force, as soon as “Roller, Paper Feed”...

  • Page 168: Adjustment

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  • Page 169: Overview

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment 5.1 OVERVIEW WARNING It is necessary to copy the mode commands; This section explains required adjustments for Stylus Pro5000. MS-DOS command, before executing the adjustment program. 5.1.1 Conditions which adjustment is required By making a copy of the commands, it prevents the printer from going to Time Out Error .

  • Page 170

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Table 5-2. Adjustment Items(Cont.) Contents of Category The Order Required WARNING It is necessary to have the new ink cartridge in Operation Adjustment advance, in case of performing the ink initial operation charge forcefully. Operation for Adjustment Head Cleaning*1 Clogging...

  • Page 171: Resetting Initial Ink Charge Flag

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment WARNING Typing this sentence prevents PC from going to 5.1.1.1 Resetting Initial Ink Charge Flag Time Out Error, maintaining the scan mode until the PC is able to recognize the printer ID correctly, Initial ink charge is the absorbing operation with large quantity of ink, when which comes back from the printer.

  • Page 172

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step9. Select “Ink Charge Flag Reset” and press Return key. CAUTION If the screen shown on the previous page does not Step10. Following screen appears. appear, following case might be the reason. Mode Command is not typed. (Refer to Step2) Step5.

  • Page 173

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step13. Turn off the printer once. Step14. Wait for 10 seconds and turn the printer on again. Step15. Initial ink charge starts. WARNING When performing ink initial charge, make sure to install new each 4 colors ink cartridges. If this is not done, only a particular color ends in the middle.

  • Page 174: Re-input The Model Name

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment WARNING Typing this sentence prevents PC from going to 5.1.1.2 Re-input the Model Name Time Out Error, maintaining the scan mode until the PC is able to recognize the printer ID correctly, Here shows procedure to re-input the printer model name. Table below which comes back from the printer.

  • Page 175

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step5. Check that the model name has not been input yet, press “E” Step8. Press “Enter” key to register the character data to EEPROM. key while pressing “Alt” key on the keyboard. CAUTION In the future, there is a possibility that model name for each destination is registered on the spare parts of EEPROM in the factory without notice.

  • Page 176: Head Voltage Value Adjustment

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Table 5-6. Head Voltage Value Adjustment(Con.) 5.1.1.3 Head Voltage Value Adjustment Conditions Reason C228 DRV Board Exchange Even if the communication Head voltage value adjustment function is to write Head ID, which becomes became impossible on the C228 most important for discharging ink.

  • Page 177

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step4. Following screen appears. Step7. Select “Maintenance” and press Return key. Step8. Following screen appears. Figure 5-8. Initial Screen for Stylus Pro5000. EXE CAUTION If this screen does not appear, following case might be the reason. Mode Command is not typed.

  • Page 178

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step9. Select “Head Voltage ID Input” and press Return. Step10. Following screen appears. E S C : R e t u r n U P / D O W N : S e l e c t E N T E R : D e t e r m i n e Figure 5-13.

  • Page 179: Head Angular Adjustment

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Following shows procedure. 5.1.1.4 Head Angular Adjustment The head angular mechanism is the same as Stylus Color 800’s. This Step1. Remove the upper case of the printer. (Refer to Chapter4 adjustment is to operate the levers for the head angular, which stick out to Assembly/Disassembly) the carriage front, and to print out the adjusted pattern every time the lever Step2.

  • Page 180

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step3. Connect PC and printer with printer cable and turn both PC CAUTION If this screen does not appear, following case and printer on. might be the reason. Step4. Type the following sentence on the DOS or DOS Prompt. Mode Command is not typed.

  • Page 181

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step9. Select “Adjustment” and press Return key. Step13. Execute printing by pressing Return key. Step10. Following screen appears. Step14. The following pattern is printed. Since the paper is not ejected automatically, press “Eject” button on the control panel after the printing is over, and check the result.

  • Page 182

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step15. Refer to the following good and bad examples in order to Step16. Adjustment is not necessary, if the bad example shown judge if the adjustment is necessary or not. in Figure5-20 is not found on the printed pattern. If the bad example is found, follow the next procedure and continue adjustment.

  • Page 183

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step17. Turn off the printer once. Step20. Remove 3 screws securing the black frame with discharge Step18. Release the carriage lock manually. (Refer to figure below) brush to the front case, and remove this frame. Then, 2 notched parts on the frame appear.

  • Page 184

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step22. After moving the lever position left or right side, return the Table 5-8. Relation between the Lever Position and Changes of carriage to the home position manually. Following shows the Printing Pattern relation between the changing direction of the lever and changes of printing pattern.

  • Page 185

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step23. Turn the printer on again. Step24. Press Return key on the current screen, and check the adjusted head angle from the printed pattern. Refer to figure 5-20 and repeat Step12 through Step24, until the printer pattern becomes just like the O.K sample shown in the figure5-20.

  • Page 186: Head Height Adjustment

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step1. If the head angular adjustment for right head(for light colors) 5.1.1.5 Head Height Adjustment is not performed in the previous section 5.1.1.4 “Head Angular Adjustment”, loosen the screw, which is fixing the Head height adjustment is to align the horizontal line of #1 nozzle for each right head.

  • Page 187

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step2. Go back to the main menu screen for adjustment, which was Step5. Printing is performed by pressing Return key. used for the previous section; 5.1.1.4 “Head Angular Step6. Following printing pattern is printed. Since the paper is not Adjustment Program”, by pressing ESC key.

  • Page 188

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step7. Refer to the figure below to judge if your printed result is O.K Printing pattern changes as following(figure5-31) by moving the adjustment pattern or not good pattern. lever up or down, as it is shown in the figure below. Down Position for head height adjustment lever...

  • Page 189

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step10. Refer to figure 5-31, and move the lever to appropriate direction after checking the lever position and tendency of pattern changes. Then, press Return key on the program again and execute printing. Step11. Press Eject button on the control panel and check the result of the printed pattern.

  • Page 190: Head Gap Adjustment

    Considering this kind of possibilities, the user is able to adjust directly from the driver in the present EPSON ink jet printers. Rev. A 5-22...

  • Page 191

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step4. Following screen appears. Step7. Select “Adjustment” and press Return key. Step8. Following screen appears. Figure 5-32. Initial Screen for Stylus Pro5000.EXE CAUTION If this screen does not appear, following case might be the reason. Figure 5-34.Main Menu for Adjustment Mode Command is not typed.

  • Page 192

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Stpe11. Select “Printing out head gap pattern” . Stpe12. Following screen appears. Figure 5-37. Printing Sample for Checking the Head Gap Figure 5-36. Screen Before Performing Head Gap Adjustment Step15. Tendency of changes for the parameter and printing samples is seen as following, by referring to figure5-37.

  • Page 193

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step16. Select “Adjustment” on the “Head Gap Adjustment” screen. Step19. Following screen appears.(Initial value “0” is output, as it is shown in the figure below) Figure 5-38. Selecting “Adjustment” on the Screen Step17. Following screen appears. Figure 5-40.

  • Page 194

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step20. From the tendency of parameter changes and actual printing sample(Step.15), select the assumed center value, which you want to change, by up/down key and press Return key. If the printer accepts the selected value, the carriage operates once and stops soon.

  • Page 195: Bi-d Adjustment

    Considering this kind of possibilities, the user is able to adjust directly from the driver in the present EPSON ink jet printers. Rev. A 5-27...

  • Page 196

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step4. Following screen appears. Figure 5-42. Selecting "Adjustment" on the Screen Step7. Select “Adjustment” and press Return key. Figure 5-41. Initial Screen for Stylus Pro5000.EXE Step8. Following screen appears. CAUTION If this screen does not appear, following case might be the reason.

  • Page 197

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step10. Following screen appears. CAUTION The message on the screen of figure5-45 means to adjust 3 printing patterns for 3 dot types respectively ; normal, micro and super micro dot, taking offset of the present head gap adjustment value.

  • Page 198

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step14. Printing sample as it is shown in the figure5-46 is output. Step15. Tendency of changes for the parameter and printing samples (After printing is completed screen returns to the screen of is seen as following, by referring to figure5-46. figure5-44) Parameter is small: Even lines move to left...

  • Page 199

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step18. Following screen appears.(Example in the figure; Normal Dot) Step20. If you need to continue adjustment for other dot types, press ESC key one time and go back to the screen of figure5-47, then repeat Step17 through 19. If you need not to continue adjustment, move to Step21.

  • Page 200: Uploading Of Firmware

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step3. Type the following sentence on the DOS or DOS Prompt. 5.1.1.8 Uploading of Firmware X:\COPY_IPL2.HEX_LPT1 In the spare part C228 main board for exchange, the program for firmware is not input in the flash memory. Therefore, when C228 main board needs to Note) “X”...

  • Page 201

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step5. After Step4, make sure the black ink out light(black ink LED) and cyan ink out light(cyan ink LED)are completely turned on. Then, wait for 5 to 6 seconds and type the following sentence on the PC. X:\COPY_K0287X.HEX_LPT1 Note) “X”...

  • Page 202

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step1. After removing the upper case, insert the A3 exclusive glossy 5.1.1.9 Parallelism Adjustment paper to the rear manual feed slot. As an actual method to, insert the paper, pull out the iron part, which is pressed by 7 Parallelism adjustment is to adjust the distance between the nozzle plate tension wires to the reverse rotational mechanism, toward surface and platen, setting the thickness gage to the both edges of the...

  • Page 203: Parallelism Adjustment

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step2. When the paper stops, rotate the paper feed driven(high Step3. Rotate the paper feed driven gear until the glossy film is precision) gear clockwise manually, adding hand power to 2 pushed completely into the paper eject unit side. The figure dimples of the gear surface.

  • Page 204

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step4. Loosen 2 parallelism adjustment bushes on both sides once. Step5. Set the 1mm thickness gage, matching it with the right edge Figure below shows the position of fixing screw for of A3 glossy paper. adjustment bush at the right side. (Refer to figure5-55 for the Step6.

  • Page 205: Upper Surface Sensor Positioning Adjustment

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Following shows its procedure. 5.1.1.10 Upper Surface Sensor Positioning Adjustment Step1. Plug in the AC adapter of the adjust tool. Upper surface sensor is the sensor to stop the lifter height at appropriate Step2. Switch on the adjust tool. position according to the paper volume, when the paper is picked up from Step3.

  • Page 206

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter5 Adjustment Step4. Attach the paper tray to the printer body. AC Adapter Step5. Tighten the fixing screw until the LED of the adjust tool(LED which detect the upper surface sensor signal) Paper Pick Up Detector turns on. (upper surface sensor) Step6.

  • Page 207: Maintenance

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  • Page 208

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter6 Preventive Maintenance 6.1 CLEANING WARNING Never use thinner, trichloroethlyene, or ketone- Here explains warnings before cleaning the printer. based solvents on the plastic components of the printer for cleaning. Instead, it is recommended WARNING Disconnect the power cable before to use a dry soft cloth.

  • Page 209: Head Cleaning

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter6 Preventive Maintenance 6.2 MAINTENANCE CAUTION Head cleaning using ink absorption does not improve the recovery from dot missing, in When printing failure or maintenance request occur, perform appropriate proportion to the quantity of absorbing. procedure as follows. Therefore, in case of persistent dot missing, it is 6.2.1 Head cleaning necessary to recover from dot missing,...

  • Page 210: Maintenance Request

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter6 Preventive Maintenance 6.2.2 Maintenance Request Maintenance request is the error to let you know that the ink absorbing capacity in the waste ink absorber located in the lower case is reaching its limit. Following shows the procedure to recover from the maintenance request.

  • Page 211: Lubrication And Adhesion

    Both grease, oil and adhesive give great influence on printer’s endurance. Lubricating Points Type/Amount EPSON determines the type of oil and grease based on the results of Inside of 2 gear areas of “Cam, ASF”. G-26 ( 1x2mm) internal evaluations. Grease or oil should be applied for the parts that their 2 contact areas;...

  • Page 212

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter6 Preventive Maintenance Table 6-4. Lubricating Points(Con.) Lubricating Points Type/Amount Lubricating Points Type/Amount Surface of “Axis, CR”. 0-8 (Wipe with cloth Teeth surface of “Gear 25.8”. G-26 ( 1mm x1/3 of Note) Do not lubricate “Axis, CR, Support”. moisten with oil) gear teeth) Holes on the axis of “Combination gears...

  • Page 213

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter6 Preventive Maintenance Lever Assembly, Lifter, Clutch Cam, ASF Cover Assembly, Lifter Gear Assembly, 24 (10) Note) The rest of 3 points Lubricating Point are similary locted like these 2 points. (10) Figure 6-2. Lubricating Points Rev. A...

  • Page 214

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter6 Preventive Maintenance (13) Mounting Board, Rotary Damper (16) (19) Rotary Damper (13) (12) (15) (14) (11) (14) (11) (17) Reinforcing Plate Assembly, Base Frame, Pump (20) (20) (20) (20) (20) (20) (20) (20) (20) (20) (20) (18) (20) Lubricating Point Figure 6-3.

  • Page 215

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter6 Preventive Maintenance Roller Assembly, Eject, Rear (23) (23) (21) (21) (21) (21) (22) (22) Roller Assembly, Eject (31) (31) (24) (24) (26) (26) (32) (25) (32) (25) Lubricating Point Do not lubricate "Axis, CR, Support". Figure 6-4. Lubricating Points Rev.

  • Page 216

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter6 Preventive Maintenance (28) Lubricating Point Adhering Point (27) (29) (30) (34) (33) Figure 6-6. Adhering Points Lubricating Point (34) Avoid lubricating here. Figure 6-5. Lubricating Points Rev. A...

  • Page 217: Appendix

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  • Page 218: Connector Summary

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter7 Appendix 7.1 CONNECTOR SUMMARY Table 7-2. Connector CN2 Following tables show connector pin assignment of the C228 DRV board. Signal Name Function 1, 2 +42V Power system source Table 7-1. Connector summary of C228 DRV board Ground Connector Function Table to refer...

  • Page 219

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter7 Appendix Table 7-6. Connector CN6 Table 7-9. Connector CN9 Signal Name Function Signal Name Function Paper kind data 3 Ground Paper kind data 2 Ground Paper kind data 1 OPTPk3 Paper kind data 3 Ground OPTPk2 Paper kind data 2 Cassette in/out signal OPTPk1 Paper kind data 1...

  • Page 220

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter7 Appendix Table 7-11. Connector CN11 Table 7-13. Connector CN13 Signal Name Function Signal Name Function Not used Power switch state detection signal Head Temperature signal 2,4,6 Ground 3,5,7,9, Ground Power switch 11,13,15 5,7,9 Signal source for all control switch Print data latch control signal Reset switch Serial data 3(Row 3)

  • Page 221

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter7 Appendix Table 7-16. Connector CN16 Table 7-21. Connector CN21 Signal Name Function Signal Name Function Phase drive signal (A) ASF/Pump Motor Phase A CO-C Cyan I/C In/Out signal Phase drive signal (B) ASF/Pump Motor Phase B Ground Phase drive signal (/A) ASF/Pump Motor Phase /A IE-C...

  • Page 222: Eeprom Address Map

    Explanation Setting QPIT Factory Password settings settings CPSI License EEPROM data area Password password Entity type 00H:EPSON LQ2 EEPROM data area (Model Name ID 01H:EPSON LQ2J password value>02H) EEPROM Mapping Korean version 00H:no DES Revision 01H:Korean Model Name ID 00H:World...

  • Page 223

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter7 Appendix Address Explanation Setting QPIT Factory Address Explanation Setting QPIT Factory settings settings settings settings Code Page 00H:PC437 Head Actuator 01H:PC850 Rank ID for IwAB-A Reserved Head Actuator Rank ID for IwCD-A PG Adj.for Manual 00H:Auto Feed slots 01H:Fixed(Thick Head Actuator paper)

  • Page 224

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter7 Appendix Address Explanation Setting QPIT Factory Address Explanation Setting QPIT Factory settings settings settings settings Reserved Ink counter Cm 1count=100(ng) (total) Reserved Ink counter Cm 1count=100(ng) Reserved (total) Reserved Ink counter Cm 1count=100(ng) Reserved (total) Reserved Ink counter Cm 1count=100(ng) Power switch status (total)

  • Page 225

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter7 Appendix Address Explanation Setting QPIT Factory Address Explanation Setting QPIT Factory settings settings settings settings Ink counter Rb 1count=100(ng) CL time3 00H*2 (total) CL time3 00H*2 Ink counter Rb 1count=100(ng) Head Driver Data (total) Head Driver Data Ink counter Ry 1count=100(ng) Head Driver Data...

  • Page 226

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter7 Appendix [Specification for Korean version] 1)EEPROM factory setting for Korean version Address Explanation Korea Factory settings Korean version 2)IEEE1284 Device ID [00H] [5CH] MFG:EPSON; CMD:ESCPL2,BDC; MDL:Stylus[SP]Pro[SP]5000; CLS:PRINTER; DES:EPSON/TriGem[SP]Stylus[SP]Pro[SP]5000; 3)BDC-ID command reply @EJL<SP>ID<CR><LF> MFG:EPSON; CMD:ESCPL2,BDC; MDL:Stylus[SP]Pro[SP]5000; CLS:PRINTER; DES:EPSON/TriGem[SP]Stylus[SP]Photo;...

  • Page 227: Component Layout

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter7 Appendix 7.3 COMPONENT LAYOUT Figure 7-1. C228PSB BOARD Figure 7-2. C228PSE BOARD Rev. A 7-10...

  • Page 228

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter7 Appendix Figure 7-4. C228MAIN BOARD (Soldering side) Figure 7-3. C228MAIN BOARD (Component side) Rev. A 7-11...

  • Page 229

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter7 Appendix Figure 7-5. C228DRV BOARD (Component side) Figure 7-6. C228DRV BOARD (Soldering side) Rev. A 7-12...

  • Page 230: Circuit Diagram

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter7 Appendix 7.4 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM Refer to Circuit Diagrams on the following pages for; C228PSB Board (Power supply unit for 120VAC input) C228PSE Board (Power supply unit for 220-240VAC input) C228MAIN Board (Main control circuit) C228DRV Board (Drive circuit) C228PNL boards (Control panel) Rev.

  • Page 231

    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter7 Appendix Rev. A 7-14...

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    Stylus Pro5000 Chapter7 Appendix Rev. A 7-15...

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