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The FORMAT indicator is extin ­
incorrectly punched VFU tape, by
guished by pressing the FORMS RE ­
the wrong VFU tape being installed
SET switch.
for the operation being performed,
or by a torn or damaged VFU tape.
NOTE: If the FORMAT indicator
This indicator lights in conjunction
with the ALARM indicator.
The occurrence of a tape fault condi­
tion will cause the printer to enter
the offline mode (with the ON/OFF
LINE indicator extinguished)
MECHANICAL
CONTROLS
AND
ADJUST­
MENTS
There are several mechanical controls and
adjustments which are located in the printer
mechanism for the control of printing and paper
feeding as shown in Figures 7-7 and 7-8. These
controls and adjustments are accessible to the
operator provided that the hood on the printer is
opened.
PAPER
WIDTH:
An adjustment
paper edge pun
tractors.
used
ched h
to
ole
align
s with
the
the
PAPER
This adjustment vertically positions
ADVANCE the paper at predetermined incre­
COARSE:
ments. FORMS RESET switch must
be down when making a coarse paper
advance adjustment.
PAPER
Provides a fine vertical positioning of
ADVANCE paper between the predetermined
FINE:
increment range of the coarse paper
advance adjustment. FORMS RESET
switch must be in the up position
when making fine paper advance
adjustment.
PAPER
This control provides a fine horizon ­
HORIZON- tal paper adjustment by moving both
TAL
tractors in unison in a horizontal
POSITION- direction.
ING:
FORMS
This control permits minor adjust­
THICK ­
ments to accommodate forms of
NESS
different thickness, e.g., when the
number of carbons being used is
changed.
PHASING
Provides for adjusting and maintain ­
CONTROL: ing equal printing density at top and
bottom of a character.
7-7
AT04
RIBBON
(Fault
Indicator):
GATE
(Fault
Indicator) :
PAPER
(Fault
Indicator):
TAPE
(Fault
Indicator):
LINE PRINTERS
remains lit recheck fonns
loading procedure. If this
does not correct the condi­
tion, call Honeywell Field
Engineering (FED).
A fault indicator, when illuminated,
may indicate:
1. A ribbon snag has occurred, or
2. ribbon has failed to reverse its
direction at one end of the spool,
or
3. one of the ribbon motors is not
operating properly.
The occurrence of a ribbon fault
condition will cause the printer to
enter the offline mode (with the
ON/OFF LINE indicator not lit)
The
RIBBON
FAULT
indicator
lights
in
conjunction
with
the
ALARM indicator.
Lights to indicate that the drum gate
is unlatched.
When lit indicates that the printer
has run out of paper forms, or that
the forms are torn. The occurrence
of a paper fault condition will cause
the printer to enter the offline mode
(with the ON/OFF LINE indicator
not lit).
The PAPER fault indicator is ex­
tinguished when the condition is
corrected.
The TAPE fault indicator is present
only on those printers having VFU
option (PRF91 01) installed.
The TAPE indicator lights to indi­
cate a fault in the VFU option. Such
a failure condition may be caused by
a failure in the VFU circuitry, by an

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