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iR2030/2025/2022/2018 Series
iR2030
Oct 11 2007

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  • Page 1: Service Manual

    Service Manual iR2030/2025/2022/2018 Series iR2030 Oct 11 2007...
  • Page 3 Canon will release technical information as the need arises. In the event of major changes in the contents of this manual over a long or short period, Canon will issue a new edition of this manual.
  • Page 4: Symbols Used

    Introduction Symbols Used This documentation uses the following symbols to indicate special information: Symbol Description Indicates an item of a non-specific nature, possibly classified as Note, Caution, or Warning. Indicates an item requiring care to avoid electric shocks. Indicates an item requiring care to avoid combustion (fire). Indicates an item prohibiting disassembly to avoid electric shocks or problems.
  • Page 5 Introduction The following rules apply throughout this Service Manual: 1. Each chapter contains sections explaining the purpose of specific functions and the relationship between electrical and mechanical systems with refer- ence to the timing of operation. In the diagrams, represents the path of mechanical drive; where a signal name accompanies the symbol , the arrow indicates the direction of the electric signal.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Chapter 1 Introduction 1.1 System Construction ..........................1- 1 1.1.1 Pickup/ Delivery /Original Handling Accessories System Configuration (iR2022/iR2022N/iR2025/iR2030) ... 1- 1 1.1.2 Pickup/Delivery/Original Handling Accessories System Configuration (iR2022i/iR2022K/iR2025i/iR2030i)... 1- 2 1.1.3 Reader Heater/Cassette Heater System Configuration (iR2022K/iR2022i/iR2025/iR2025i/iR2030/iR2030i) ..1- 3 1.1.4 Printing/Transmitting Accessories System Configuration (iR2018i/iR2022i/iR2022K/iR2025/iR2025i/iR2030/iR2030i) 1- 4 1.1.5 Functions of the Printing/Transmission Functions (iR2018i/iR2022i/iR2022K/iR2025/iR2025i/IR2030/iR2030i) ..
  • Page 8 Contents 2.2.4 Setting the Cassettes...............................2- 5 2.2.5 Attaching the Ferrite Core............................2- 6 2.2.6 Checking the Image Quality.............................2- 7 2.2.7 Setting the Country/Region............................2- 7 2.2.8 Setting the Date and Time ............................2- 7 2.3 Checking the Connection to the Network ....................2- 8 2.3.1 Checking the Network Connection...........................2- 8 2.4 Flow of Accessory Installation ........................
  • Page 9 Contents 3.5.2.1 Preparation for Removing the SDRAM ..........................3- 10 3.5.2.2 Removing the SDRAM................................3- 11 Chapter 4 Original Exposure System 4.1 Construction ...............................4- 1 4.1.1 Specifications, Control Methods, and Functions (iR2030i/iR2030/iR2025i/iR2025/iR2022i/iR2022N/iR2022) ..4- 1 4.1.2 Major Components (iR2030i/iR2030/iR2025i/iR2025/iR2022i/iR2022N/iR2022) ............ 4- 1 4.1.3 Control System Configuration (iR2030i/iR2030/iR2025i/iR2025/iR2022i/iR2022N/iR2022) ........
  • Page 10 Contents Chapter 5 Laser Exposure 5.1 Construction ............................... 5- 1 5.1.1 Overview ..................................5- 1 5.1.2 Specifications and Control Mechanism........................5- 1 5.1.3 Main Components..............................5- 1 5.1.4 Control System Configuration ..........................5- 2 5.2 Various Controls ............................5- 2 5.2.1 Controlling the Laser Activation Timing ........................5- 2 5.2.1.1 Laser Emission ON/OFF Control .............................
  • Page 11 Contents 6.10.2.2 Precautions about Installation of Developing Assembly ..................... 6- 10 6.10.2.3 Procedure after Replacing the Developing Assembly......................6- 10 6.10.3 Transfer Charging Roller ............................. 6- 11 6.10.3.1 Removing the Transfer Charging Roller..........................6- 11 Chapter 7 Pickup/Feeding System 7.1 Construction ...............................7- 1 7.1.1 Specifications/Configuration/Operation Methods ....................
  • Page 12 Contents 7.5.11.1 Removing the Registration Roller ............................7- 15 7.5.12 Registration Clutch...............................7- 15 7.5.12.1 Removing the Registration Clutch............................7- 15 7.5.13 Separation Roller ..............................7- 15 7.5.13.1 Removing the Feed and Separation Rollers ........................7- 15 7.5.14 Separation Pad ..............................7- 16 7.5.14.1 Removing the Separation Pad .............................
  • Page 13 Contents 9.4.1.8 Reader Rear Cover.................................. 9- 5 9.4.2 Main Drive Assembly............................... 9- 5 9.4.2.1 Removing the Main Drive Unit ..............................9- 5 9.4.3 Fixing Drive Assembly ............................. 9- 6 9.4.3.1 Removing the Fixing Drive Unit ............................... 9- 6 9.4.4 Power Supply Unit ..............................9- 7 9.4.4.1 Removing the Main Power Supply PCB ..........................
  • Page 14 Contents 11.2.1 Overview ................................11- 1 11.2.2 Reader Unit ................................11- 1 11.2.3 Printer Unit ................................11- 2 11.3 Scheduled Servicing Basic Procedure ....................11- 2 11.3.1 Scheduled Servicing ............................11- 2 Chapter 12 Standards and Adjustments 12.1 Scanning System............................ 12- 1 12.1.1 Procedure after Replacing the CIS (Touch panel type) ..................12- 1 12.1.2 Procedure after Replacing the Copyboard Glass (With ADF)................12- 1 12.2 Image Formation System ........................
  • Page 15 Contents 14.4.1 Error Code Details ............................... 14- 7 14.5 FAX Error Codes ..........................14- 10 14.5.1 Outline ................................14- 10 14.5.1.1 Error Code Outline ................................14- 10 14.5.2 User Error Code..............................14- 10 14.5.2.1 User Error Code ................................. 14- 10 14.5.3 Service Error Code ............................14- 10 14.5.3.1 Service Error Code................................
  • Page 16 Contents 15.3.11.1 List of Functions ................................15- 14 15.3.11.2 Detailed Discussions of Bit 5............................15- 14 15.3.12 SSSW-SW33..............................15- 14 15.3.12.1 List of Functions ................................15- 14 15.3.12.2 Detailed Discussions of Bit 0............................15- 15 15.3.12.3 Detailed Discussions of Bit 1............................15- 15 15.3.12.4 Detailed Discussions of Bit 2............................
  • Page 17 Contents 15.6.17 <193: ADF special standard-sized paper: LGL misidentification-ready> ............15- 24 15.6.18 <194: ADF special standard-sized paper: LTR misidentification-ready> ............15- 24 15.6.19 <195: ADF special standard-sized paper: LTR_R misidentification-ready> ............ 15- 24 15.6.20 <196: Shading Target Value (Red)> ........................ 15- 24 15.6.21 <197: Shading Target Value (Green)>......................
  • Page 18 Contents 15.13.2 Clearing Counters ............................15- 34 15.14 Service Report (REPORT)........................15- 34 15.14.1 Report Output..............................15- 34 15.14.2 System Data List ..............................15- 34 15.14.3 System Dump List ............................15- 35 15.14.4 Counter List ..............................15- 36 15.14.5 Error Log List..............................15- 37 15.14.6 Spec List................................15- 39 15.14.7 Service Label..............................15- 41 15.14.8 e-RDS Communication Error Log List ......................15- 41 15.14.9 Environmental Log Report..........................15- 41...
  • Page 19: Chapter 1 Introduction

    Chapter 1 Introduction...
  • Page 21 Contents Contents 1.1 System Construction ..............................1-1 1.1.1 Pickup/ Delivery /Original Handling Accessories System Configuration (iR2022/iR2022N/iR2025/iR2030)......1-1 1.1.2 Pickup/Delivery/Original Handling Accessories System Configuration (iR2022i/iR2022K/iR2025i/iR2030i) ......1-2 1.1.3 Reader Heater/Cassette Heater System Configuration (iR2022K/iR2022i/iR2025/iR2025i/iR2030/iR2030i) ......1-3 1.1.4 Printing/Transmitting Accessories System Configuration (iR2018i/iR2022i/iR2022K/iR2025/iR2025i/iR2030/iR2030i) ..1-4 1.1.5 Functions of the Printing/Transmission Functions (iR2018i/iR2022i/iR2022K/iR2025/iR2025i/IR2030/iR2030i)....
  • Page 23: System Construction

    Chapter 1 1.1 System Construction 1.1.1 Pickup/ Delivery /Original Handling Accessories System Configuration (iR2022/iR2022N/iR2025/iR2030) 0017-9183 The configuration is as shown in the following figure: [10] [11] F-1-1 Cassette Heater Attachment Kit-E1 DADF-P2 (*1) Duplex Unit-B1 (*1) Platen Cover Type J (*1) Power Supply Kit-Q1 Finisher-U2 [10]...
  • Page 24: Pickup/delivery/original Handling Accessories System Configuration (ir2022i/ir2022k/ir2025i/ir2030i)

    Chapter 1 1.1.2 Pickup/Delivery/Original Handling Accessories System Configuration (iR2022i/iR2022K/iR2025i/iR2030i) 0017-9187 The configuration is as shown in the following figure: F-1-2 Duplex Unit-B1 (*1) Finisher-U2 Power Supply Kit-Q1 Additional Finisher Tray-C1 Document Tray-J1 Inner 2-way Tray-E2 Card Reader-E1 Cassette Feeding Module-Q1 Cassette Heater Attachment Kit-E1 *1.
  • Page 25: Reader Heater/cassette Heater System Configuration (ir2022k/ir2022i/ir2025/ir2025i/ir2030/ir2030i)

    Chapter 1 1.1.3 Reader Heater/Cassette Heater System Configuration (iR2022K/iR2022i/iR2025/iR2025i/iR2030/iR2030i) 0017-9194 The configuration is as shown in the following figure: F-1-3 Reader Heater (*1) Cassette Heater (*1) Heater PCB *1: To operate the heaters, a heater PCB is required. These parts are supplied as service parts, not the standard items.
  • Page 26: Printing/transmitting Accessories System Configuration (ir2018i/ir2022i/ir2022k/ir2025/ir2025i/ir2030/ir2030i)

    Chapter 1 1.1.4 Printing/Transmitting Accessories System Configuration (iR2018i/iR2022i/iR2022K/iR2025/iR2025i/iR2030/iR2030i) 0017-9197 The configuration is as shown in the following figure: F-1-4 Color SEND Kit-L1 (license certificate) (*1) UFRII LT P.Kit-V1 (*1) Barcorde Printing Kit-B1 (license certificate) Serial Interface Board-A2 Serial Interface Kit-H1 PCL Printer Kit-V1/W1 (*1) SUPER G3 FAX BD-AA1 (*1) *1.
  • Page 27: Functions Of The Printing/transmission Functions (ir2018i/ir2022i/ir2022k/ir2025/ir2025i/ir2030/ir2030i)

    Chapter 1 1.1.5 Functions of the Printing/Transmission Functions (iR2018i/iR2022i/iR2022K/iR2025/iR2025i/IR2030/iR2030i) 0017-5906 The following is a brief explanation of the functions expected of the accessories; for details, see the chapters that follow: Color Send Kit-L1 UFR II printer function (Resolution: 1200dpi) ==> UFRII LT Printer Kit-V1 PCL print function ==>...
  • Page 28: Cross-section

    Chapter 1 1.2.1.2 Cross-Section 0017-5919 [18] [17] [16] [15] [14] [13] [12] [11] [10] [9] [8] [7] F-1-6 CIS unit [10] Separation roller Reader unit [11] Vertical path roller Manual feed pickup roller Laser scanner unit [12] Registration roller DC power supply PCB [13] Transfer roller HVT PCB...
  • Page 29: Using The Machine

    Chapter 1 1.2.2 Using the Machine 1.2.2.1 Turning On the Power Switch (iR2018i/iR2020i/iR2020K/iR2025/iR2025i/iR2030/iR2030i) 0017-5921 The machine possesses 2 power switches: main power switch and control power switch. Normally (i.e., unless the machine is in a sleep state), the machine will be supplied with power when you turn on its main power switch.
  • Page 30: When Turning Off The Main Power Switch (ir2018i/ir2022i/ir2022k/ir2025/ir2025i/ir2030/ir2030i)

    Chapter 1 1.2.2.2 When Turning Off the Main Power Switch (iR2018i/iR2022i/iR2022K/iR2025/iR2025i/iR2030/iR2030i) 0017-5923 <During printing or fax data transmission/reception> Be sure to operate the main power switch while the Processing/Data lamp on the control panel is not lit. (Turning off the main switch during printing or fax data transmission/reception can erase the data being processed.) F-1-8 <During downloading>...
  • Page 31: Control Panel

    Chapter 1 1.2.2.3 Control Panel 0017-5925 SCAN Counter Check [10] [16] [13] [11] [17] [15] [14] [12] F-1-10 Touch Panel Display [10] Start key COPY key [11] Clear key SEND key [12] Main power indicator SCAN key [13] ID key Reset key [14] Error indicator...
  • Page 32: Timer Settings (ir2030i/ir2030/ir2025i/ir2025/ir2022i/ir2018i)

    Chapter 1 Item Settings Tray Designation*2 If the Optional Inner 2 Way Tray-E2 Is Attached: Tray A: Copy*1, Printer*1, Receive*1, Other*1 Tray B: Copy*1, Printer*1, Receive*1, Other*1 If the Optional Finisher-U2 and Additional Finisher Tray-C1 Are Attached: Tray A: Copy*1, Printer*1, Receive*1, Other*1 Tray B: Copy*1, Printer*1, Receive*1, Other*1 Stack Bypass Standard Settings On: Paper Size, Paper Type...
  • Page 33: System Settings (ir2030i/ir2030/ir2025i/ir2025/ir2022i/ir2018i)

    Chapter 1 Item Settings Print List Address Book List One-touch Buttons: Yes, No Address Book: Yes, No User's Data List: Yes, No *1 Indicates the default setting. 1.2.3.5 System Settings (iR2030i/iR2030/iR2025i/iR2025/iR2022i/iR2018i) 0017-5942 T-1-5 Item Settings System Manager Settings System Manager 32 characters maximum System Manager ID Seven digit number maximum...
  • Page 34: Copy Settings (ir2030i/ir2030/ir2025i/ir2025/ir2022i/ir2018i)

    Chapter 1 *1 Indicates the default setting. *2 Indicates items that appear only when the appropriate optional equipment is attached. 1.2.3.6 Copy Settings (iR2030i/iR2030/iR2025i/iR2025/iR2022i/iR2018i) 0017-5943 T-1-6 Item Settings Image Orientation Priority On, Off*1 Auto Orientation On*1, Off Standard Settings Store, Initialize Initialize Copy Settings Yes, No *1 Indicates the default setting.
  • Page 35: Printer Settings (ir2030i/ir2030/ir2025i/ir2025/ir2022i/ir2018i)

    Chapter 1 1.2.3.8 Printer Settings (iR2030i/iR2030/iR2025i/iR2025/iR2022i/iR2018i) 0017-5945 T-1-8 Item Settings DEFAULT PAPERSIZE LTR*, STMT, EXECUTIV, ISO-B5, ISO-C5, COM10, MONARCH, DL, A4, A3, B4, B5, A5, 11X17, LGL DEFAULT PAPERTYPE PLAIN PAPER*, COLOR, RECYCLED, HEAVY PAPER 1, HEAVY PAPER 2, HEAVY PAPER 3, BOND, 3-HOLE PUNCH PAPER, TRANSPARENCY, LABELS, ENVELOPE COPIES 1 to 999;...
  • Page 36: Recommended Setting Of System Management Information

    Chapter 1 Item Settings File Protocol: FTP*1, Windows (SMB) Host Name: 120 characters maximum File Path: 120 characters maximum User: 24 characters maximum Password: 24 characters maximum (FTP), 14 characters maximum (Windows (SMB)) Register Name: 16 characters maximum Group Address Book Erase Register Name: 16 characters maximum Register Address: Erase...
  • Page 37: Safety

    Chapter 1 2. Document Glass/Glass holder (jump board) Clean the document glass [1] with a cloth dampened with water or neutral detergent and squeezed hard, and then wipe them with a dry soft cloth. When an ADF is installed, clean is document glass (small) [2] and glass holder [3] in the same manner. F-1-12 3.
  • Page 38: Cdrh Regulations

    These regulations apply to laser products manufactured on and after August 1, 1976, and the sale of laser products not certified under the regulations is banned within the Untied States. The label shown here indicates compliance with the CDRH regulations, and its attachment is required on all laser products that are sold in the United States. CANON 30-2, SHIMOMARUKO, 3-CHOME, OHTAKU, TOKYO, 146, JAPAN.
  • Page 39: Point To Note About Fire

    Chapter 1 Do not throw toner into fire. It may cause explosion. Toner on Clothing or Skin 1. If your clothing or skin has come into contact with toner, wipe it off with tissue; then, wash it off with water. 2.
  • Page 40: Product Specifications

    25% to 75% (humidity range) Operating environment 0.6 to 1.0 atm (atmospheric pressure) Noise iR2030 series: 69.5 dB or less iR2025 series: 67.75 dB or less iR2022 series: 66.7 dB or less iR2018 series: 65.5 dB or less Power supply rating 120/230V...
  • Page 41 Chapter 1 Ozone 0.01 ppm or less (initial) 0.035 ppm or less (after endurance) Dimensions Platen/1-casette model: 622mm x 638mm x 580.4mm (WxDxH) Platen/2-casettes model: 622mm x 638mm x 665.4mm (WxDxH) ADF/1-casette model: 622mm x 676mm x 672mm (WxDxH) ADF/2-casettes model: 622mm x 676mm x 757mm (WxDxH) Weight Platen/1-casette model: approx.
  • Page 42: Function List

    Chapter 1 1.2.7 Function List 1.2.7.1 Printing Speed (iR2030/iR2030i) 0017-5909 1-20...
  • Page 44 Paper size Single-sided Double-sided Casette feed Manual feed Casette feed Manual feed Plain paper 27.5 27.5 25.5 25.5 22.5 22.5 STMT 10.5 10.5 STMTR 27.5 27.5 LTRR 11.5 11.5 10.5 10.5 22.5 22.5 16KR Heavy paper; 81 to 105g/ 23 (-) 23 (23) 22 (-) 22 (-)
  • Page 45: Types Of Paper

    Envelope Monarch COM10 ISO-B5 ISO-C5 Postcard Postcard 11.5 Double postal card 10.5 4-plane post card 23.5 *1. Bond SP. FIX. Mode in the user mode: OFF *2. Bond SP. FIX. Mode in the user mode: ON Supplement: - The above copy speed does not change irrespective of whether paper is supplied from the upper/lower cassette, the manual feed tray, or from the cassette feeding module.
  • Page 47: Chapter 2 Installation

    Chapter 2 Installation...
  • Page 49 Contents Contents 2.1 Making Pre-Checks................................2-1 2.1.1 Selecting the Site of Installation ..............................2-1 2.1.2 Before Starting the Work (230V CLA_CHK_CSPL) ......................... 2-1 2.2 Unpacking and Installation ............................2-3 2.2.1 Unpacking and Removing the Packaging Materials ........................2-3 2.2.2 Installing the Drum Unit ................................2-3 2.2.3 Installing the Toner Bottle ................................
  • Page 51: Making Pre-checks

    Chapter 2 2.1 Making Pre-Checks 2.1.1 Selecting the Site of Installation 0017-5507 Select the site of installation against the following requirements; if possible, visit the user's before delivery of the machine: 1) There must be a power outlet properly grounded and rated as indicated (-/+10%) for exclusive use by the machine. 2) The environment of the room must be as indicated in the following diagram, and the machine must not be installed near a water faucet, water boiler, humidifier, or refrigerator: (%RH)
  • Page 52 Chapter 2 1-2 Checking the Contents Check to be sure that none of the following contents is missing: 11 17 Set the size detector lever to the Set the size detector lever to the STMT new paper size. new paper size. Placer I’indicateur de format sur Placer I’indicateur de format sur le nouveau format.
  • Page 53: Unpacking And Installation

    Chapter 2 2) Turn the developer pressure release lever [1] clockwise, and then open the left door [2] until it stops. 2.2 Unpacking and Installation 2.2.1 Unpacking and Removing the Packaging Materials The left door must be opened fully to prevent the drum from being damaged 0017-5523 while it is inserted into the drum unit.
  • Page 54: Installing The Toner Bottle

    Chapter 2 5) While holding the protective cover, insert the new drum unit [1] into the 9) Close the front cover [1]. iR body. MEMO: The protective cover will not be reused. F-2-14 2.2.3 Installing the Toner Bottle 0017-5527 The image density may be slightly lower than usual on the first approx. 100 F-2-10 sheets printed after installation of the machine.
  • Page 55: Setting The Cassettes

    Chapter 2 2.2.4 Setting the Cassettes 4) While holding the toner bottle, pull the seal [1] to remove it. 0017-5528 1) Holding the knob [1] at the center of the cassette, draw out the cassette [2] until it stops. F-2-18 5) Turn the toner cartridge in the direction of the arrow until it stops.
  • Page 56: Attaching The Ferrite Core

    Chapter 2 4) Turn the lever [1] of the paper front guide counterclockwise to release it. 7) Affix the cassette size label [1] to the paper size indication plate [2]. Slide the paper front guide [2] to fit to the size of the paper to be used, and then turn the lever clockwise to lock it.
  • Page 57: Checking The Image Quality

    Chapter 2 1) Attach the ferrite core [2] to the user's USB cable, and then connect the USB cable to the USB port of the host machine. To reduce noise, attach the ferrite core as close to the USB port of the host machine as possible.
  • Page 58: Checking The Connection To The Network

    Chapter 2 2.3 Checking the Connection to the Network 2.3.1 Checking the Network Connection 0017-5539 If the machine supports a network feature, check the network connection fol- lowing the procedure below. 1) Press the following keys to display the service mode screen: >...
  • Page 59: Flow Of Accessory Installation

    Chapter 2 2.4 Flow of Accessory Installation 2.4.1 Flow of Accessary Installation (230V CLA/CHK/CSPL) 0017-7888 If you are going to install any accessory after installing the host machine, follow the following flow of work so that the work will become effective. Host machine installation Power supply kit installation Cassette heater attachment kit installation...
  • Page 60: Installing The Card Reader

    Chapter 2 <Card reader attachment-D1> 2.5 Installing the Card Reader 2.5.1 Points to Note 0017-5544 When installing the card reader, the card reader attachment- D1 is required. 2.5.2 Checking the Contents 0017-5545 <Card reader-E1> F-2-34 Card reader mount 1 pc. Card reader cover 1 pc.
  • Page 61: Installation Procedure

    Chapter 2 2.5.3 Installation Procedure 0017-5546 1) Turn off the main power switch [1] of the host machine and disconnect the When removing the harness [4] through the opening in the card power plug [2] from the outlet. reader mount, take care not to cut or damage it. F-2-35 2) Remove the rear cover [1].
  • Page 62 Chapter 2 8) Connect the connector [1] of the supplied repeating harness B to the con- 13) Attach the card reader to the reader. nector [2] on the card reader. - Supplied TP screws (M4x16) [1], 2 pcs. Connect the repeating harness B's connector which is closer to When tightening the screws, take care not to damage the the clamp [6] to the connector of the card reader.
  • Page 63: Registering The Card Ids

    Chapter 2 16) Affix the two supplied harness covers (bases) at the right rear of the ma- 20) Using the three harness covers (lids) [2], secure the repeating harness B chine with it aligned with the bottom line of the reader. [1] to the harness covers (bases).
  • Page 64 Chapter 2 1) Plug the power cord [1] into the outlet, and then turn on the main power switch [2]. F-2-56 2) Press the following keys to display the service mode screen: > 2 Key > 8 Key > 3) Select "# ACC" using , and then press the OK.
  • Page 65: Installing The Heater Pcb

    Chapter 2 2) Open the front cover [1]. 2.6 Installing the Heater PCB 2.6.1 Preparing the parts 0017-5554 1) Prepare the following parts. F-2-59 3) Remove the rear cover [1]. - RS tightening screws (M3 x 8)[2], 4 pcs. F-2-57 4)Release the 3 hooks [1] and then remove the lower-right cover [2].
  • Page 66: Installing The Heater Pcb

    Chapter 2 5) Remove the upper-right cover [1]. 7) Using a nipper or the like, cut out the face plate [2] (used to install a heater - RS tightening screw (M3 x 8)[2], 1 pc. switch) on the lower-right cover [1]. F-2-61 2.6.3 Installing the Heater PCB 0017-5556...
  • Page 67 Chapter 2 3) Install the edge saddle [3]. Connect one heater switch harness [1] to the 5) Install the three clamps [1] on the back of the host machine. connector (J1901) on the heater PCB. Route the other harness [2] to the front of the host machine through the edge saddle [3].
  • Page 68: Installing The Reader Heater

    Chapter 2 2.7 Installing the Reader Heater 2.7.1 Preparing the parts 0017-5557 Before installing, make sure the heater PCB has been installed. 1) Prepare the following parts. F-2-67 Reader heater 2 pcs. Heater harness 1 pc. Harness guide 1 pc. Right heater base 1 pc.
  • Page 69: Installing The Reader Heater Harness

    Chapter 2 5) Open the core [1] on the rear side of the host machine. Disconnect the two 2.7.2 Installing the Reader Heater Harness leader flexible cables [3]. 6) Detach the flexible cable guide [5]. 0017-5558 1) Turn off the main power switch [1] of the host machine and disconnect the - Screws [4], 3 pcs.
  • Page 70 Chapter 2 9) Turn over the reader flexible cable cover [1], and then secure to the back 10) Pass the heater harness [1] though the harness guide [2] with the clamp of the reader temporarily using a screw [2]. [3] of the heater harness aligned with the notch [4] in the harness guide. Don't mistake the notch [4] and the notch [5] for screw stop.
  • Page 71 Chapter 2 12) Secure the harness guide [1] to the rear bottom of the reader together with the heater harness [2]. 13) Connect the heater connector (right) [3] to the hole [4] of the frame of the reader unit. 14) Install the wire saddle [5], and then pass the heater harness [2] through it. 15) Connect the heater connector (left) [5] to the hole [7] of the frame of the reader unit.
  • Page 72: Removing Reader Components

    Chapter 2 1) Remove the upper-left cover [1] of the reader. 2.7.3 Removing Reader Components - Screws [2], 5 pcs. 0017-5559 Installation precautions are as follows: - Do not touch the top surface of the contact sensor. - Be careful not to allow foreign objects to enter the reader unit. - Do not stain the stream reading glass.
  • Page 73: Installing The Reader Heater

    Chapter 2 2.7.5 Installing the Reader Heater 0017-5561 1) Pull the front side [1] of the drive belt in the direction of the arrow to move the contact sensor [2] to the vicinity of center. Mount the stream reading glass with the notch [1] of the sheet material affixed to the glass is at the front left.
  • Page 74 Chapter 2 6) Attach the heater cover [1]. 12) Install the copyboard glass. - Screw [2], 1 pc. 13) Install the right glass holder of the reader. - Screws, 2 pcs. Tighten the screws pressing the glass holder towards the glass. 14) Attach the rear-left cover of the host machine.
  • Page 75: Installing The Cassette Heater

    Chapter 2 2.8 Installing the Cassette Heater 2.8.1 Preparing the parts 0017-5562 Before installing the cassette heater, make sure the heater PCB has been installed. 1) Prepare the following parts. F-2-88 Cassette heater 1 pc. edge saddle*1 1 pc. P tightning screw (M4x8) 1 pc.
  • Page 76: Installing The Cassette Heater

    Chapter 2 4) From the rear of the host machine, insert the cassette heater [1] in the slot 2.8.2 Installing the Cassette Heater [2] in the host machine. 0017-5563 1) Turn off the main power switch [1] of the host machine and disconnect the power plug [2] from the outlet.
  • Page 77 Chapter 2 9) Remove the cassette rear cover [1]. 12) Attach the rear covers of the host machine and cassette. - Screws [2], 2 pcs. - Screws, 4 pcs. (Host machine rear cover) - Screws, 2 pcs. (Cassette rear cover) 13) Turn on the host machine.
  • Page 78: Installing The Control Card Cable

    Chapter 2 2.9 Installing the Control Card Cable 2.9.1 Preparing the parts 0017-5564 1) Prepare the following parts. F-2-95 Control card cable 1 pc. Binding screw (M4x6) 1 pc. 2-28...
  • Page 79: Installing The Control Card Cable

    Chapter 2 5) Using a nipper, remove the precut portion [1] of the rear cover as shown 2.9.2 Installing the Control Card Cable below. 0017-5565 1) Turn off the main power switch [1] of the host machine and disconnect the power plug [2] from the outlet.
  • Page 80 Chapter 2 2-30...
  • Page 81: Chapter 3 Main Controller

    Chapter 3 Main Controller...
  • Page 83 Contents Contents 3.1 Construction ...................................3-1 3.1.1 Construction and Mechanisms ..............................3-1 3.2 Construction of the Electrical Circuitry .........................3-1 3.2.1 Image Processor PCB .................................. 3-1 3.3 Image Processing ................................3-2 3.3.1 Overview of the Image Flow ............................... 3-2 3.3.2 Construction of the Image Processing Module ..........................3-3 3.3.3 Reader Unit Input Image Processing ............................
  • Page 85: Construction

    Chapter 3 3.1 Construction 3.1.1 Construction and Mechanisms 0017-2274 The machine's main controller block consists of the following and has the following functions: T-3-1 Item Description Image Processor PCB Controls system operation, memory, printer unit output, image processing, printer unit image input processing, card printer unit interface, fax image processing, etc.
  • Page 86: Image Processing

    Chapter 3 J317 J320 J300 J305 J318 J308 J301 J303 J309 J304 (main) (sub) J312 J313 J316 J315 IC10 BAT951 IC11S J319 IC140 J314 J310 F-3-2 T-3-2 Connector Description J300 SERIAL (RS-232C) PCB connection slot J301 USB memory connection slot J303 USB port J304...
  • Page 87: Construction Of The Image Processing Module

    Chapter 3 Other iR machine Original Copy Scan -SEND -FAX -PullScan -E-Mail -PDL Print Image data Print output F-3-3 3.3.2 Construction of the Image Processing Module 0017-2385 The machine's major image processing is executed by the Image processor PCB. The following shows the construction of the modules associated with image processing: Reader Unit Reader controller PCB Reader unit input image processing block...
  • Page 88: Compressio/ Extesion/ Editing Block

    Chapter 3 Reader unit Image processor PCB Enlargement/reduction Edge emphasis -intensify-to-density conversion -density adjustment (F adjustment) -gamma correction Binary processing (error diffusion) To compression/expansion/editing block F-3-5 3.3.4 Compressio/ Extesion/ Editing Block 0017-2387 Here, image data is processed for compression, extension, and editing. Image processor PCB Reader image PDL image...
  • Page 89: Flow Of Image Data

    Chapter 3 Image processor PCB Compression/expansion/editing block Binary density conversion Enlargement/reduction Smoothing To DC controller PCB F-3-7 3.4 Flow of Image Data 3.4.1 Flow of Image Data According to Copy Functions 0017-2390 The following is the flow of image data when the Copy Function is in use: Reader unit Image processor PCB Image processing block for reader unit...
  • Page 90: Flow Of Image Data For The Fax Transmission

    Chapter 3 Reader unit mage processor PCB Image processing block for reader unit SDRAM Data expansion USB1.1 Data rotation Resolution conversion Ethernet port (compression data) To network F-3-9 3.4.3 Flow of Image Data for the Fax Transmission 0017-2392 The following is the flow of image data when the fax transmission function is in use: Reader unit Image processor PCB Image processing block for reader unit...
  • Page 91: Flow Of Image Data For The Pdl Function

    Chapter 3 Super G3 Fax Board Image processor PCB Image processing block for fax SDRAM Data rotation Data compression Data expansion Image processing block for printer unit DC controller PCB F-3-11 3.4.5 Flow of Image Data for the PDL Function 0017-2394 The following is the flow of image data when the PDL function is in use: Ethernet...
  • Page 92: Parts Replacement Procedure

    Chapter 3 3.5 Parts Replacement Procedure 3.5.1 Main Controller PCB 3.5.1.1 Preparation for Removing the Image Processor 0017-2248 1) Detach the rear cover.(page 9-4)Reference[Removing the Rear Cover] 2) Detach the rear left cover.(page 9-4)Reference[Removing the Rear Left Cover] 3.5.1.2 Removing the Image Processor PCB 0017-2249 1) Change the position of the jumper plug (JP100) [1] on the modem PCB (capacitor PCB).
  • Page 93 Chapter 3 F-3-17 In the case of the capacitor PCB - 2 screws [3] F-3-20 9) Detach the cable guide [2] in the upward direction. - 1 claw [1] F-3-18 7) Disconnect the USB memory [1]. F-3-21 10) Open the core [1]. F-3-22 11) Detach the cable retainer [1].
  • Page 94: Procedure After Replacing The Image Processor Pcb

    Chapter 3 F-3-23 12) Detach the flexible cable guide [1]. - 3 screws [2] F-3-26 3.5.1.3 Procedure after Replacing the Image Processor 0017-2271 If you have replaced the image processor PCB with a new one, perform the following operations: - Using the service support tool, download the latest firmware (System/ Boot).
  • Page 95: Removing The Sdram

    Chapter 3 3.5.2.2 Removing the SDRAM 0017-2252 1) Release two lock levers [1] in the direction of arrow [A] and remove SDRAM [2]. F-3-29 F-3-27 When turning off the main power switch and disconnecting the power plug from the power outlet, the power is supplied between the SDRAM and the super capacitor for image memory backup.
  • Page 97: Chapter 4 Original Exposure System

    Chapter 4 Original Exposure System...
  • Page 99 Contents Contents 4.1 Construction ...................................4-1 4.1.1 Specifications, Control Methods, and Functions (iR2030i/iR2030/iR2025i/iR2025/iR2022i/iR2022N/iR2022) ...... 4-1 4.1.2 Major Components (iR2030i/iR2030/iR2025i/iR2025/iR2022i/iR2022N/iR2022)..............4-1 4.1.3 Control System Configuration (iR2030i/iR2030/iR2025i/iR2025/iR2022i/iR2022N/iR2022) ..........4-2 4.1.4 Reader Controller PCB (iR2030i/iR2030/iR2025i/iR2025/iR2022i/iR2022N/iR2022) ............. 4-3 4.2 Basic Sequence ................................4-4 4.2.1 Basic Sequence at Power-on ................................ 4-4 4.2.2 Basic Sequence after Depression of Start Key (Book mode, One Sheet of original) ..............
  • Page 100 Contents 4.4.8.2 Removing the Reader Heater (Left)................................4-20...
  • Page 101: Construction

    Chapter 4 4.1 Construction 4.1.1 Specifications, Control Methods, and Functions (iR2030i/iR2030/iR2025i/iR2025/iR2022i/iR2022N/iR2022) 0017-5566 Major specifications, control methods, and functions of the original exposure system are summarized below. T-4-1 Item Function/Method Exposure light source Original scan In BOOK mode: Original scan is performed by moving the contact image sensor (CIS). When ADF is used: Original stream reading is performed with the contact image sensor (CIS) fixed.
  • Page 102: Control System Configuration (ir2030i/ir2030/ir2025i/ir2025/ir2022i/ir2022n/ir2022)

    Chapter 4 [12] [11] [10] F-4-1 T-4-2 Component Function/Specification Copyboard cover open/close SR402 Photo interrupter: Detects the copyboard cover open/ sensor (Rear: SR402) close status. Starts detecting the original size when the copyboard cover angle is 30 deg. Reader controller PCB Controls drive of the reader unit and image processing.
  • Page 103: Reader Controller Pcb (ir2030i/ir2030/ir2025i/ir2025/ir2022i/ir2022n/ir2022)

    Chapter 4 [13] [12] [11] [10] F-4-2 [1] Printer main body (Connected to the image processor PCB) [2] Connected to ADF [3] Connected to the power supply PCB [4] Reader motor drive control [5] Reader motor (M401) [6] Reader controller PCB [7] Original sensor (horizontal scan direction) [8] Original sensor (vertical scan direction) [9] Contact image sensor...
  • Page 104: Basic Sequence

    Chapter 4 Jack No. Function J403 Communicates with the main body (printer) (to control the ADF). J404 Communicates with the main body (printer). J405 Connected to the copyboard open/close sensor. J406 Connected to the contact image sensor (CIS) HP sensor. J407 Connected to the original sensor 1 and original sensor 2.
  • Page 105: Basic Sequence After Depression Of Start Key (book Mode, One Sheet Of Original)

    Chapter 4 4.2.2 Basic Sequence after Depression of Start Key (Book mode, One Sheet of original) 0017-2624 Black shading/White shading Start key STBY SCFW SCRW STBY Reader motor (M401) CISHP sensor (SR401) Trailing edge Shading Leading edge Shading of original position of original position...
  • Page 106: Various Control

    Chapter 4 4.3 Various Control 4.3.1 Controlling the Scanner Drive System 4.3.1.1 Outline 0017-2626 The machine's scanner system consists of the following components: Reader motor Reader controller Carriage drive belt Original glass cover open/close sensor (SR402) Sensor shading plate Forward movement Backward movement...
  • Page 107: Contact Image Sensor (cis)

    Chapter 4 a. Forward Movement during Image Scan During image scan, operation of the contact image sensor (CIS) is controlled by controlling the motor as shown below. Start Trailing edge Leading edge of original Stop position of original Constant speed Acceleration Deceleration Movement...
  • Page 108: Analog Control Performed By The Cis (ir2030i/ir2030/ir2025i/ir2025/ir2022i/ir2022k/ir2018i)

    Chapter 4 Image read line Light guide LED (R/G/B) Original glass Rod lens array Scan direction CMOS sensor array LED (R/G/B) Light guide Rod lens array Light guide F-4-13 4.3.2.2 Analog Control Performed by the CIS (iR2030i/iR2030/iR2025i/iR2025/iR2022i/iR2022K/iR2018i) 0017-2630 The flow of analog image processing performed by the contact image sensor (CIS) is as follows: The light reflected by the original is collected by the rod lens array.
  • Page 109: Enlargement/reduction

    Chapter 4 4.3.3 Enlargement/Reduction 4.3.3.1 Magnification Change in Vertical Scan Direction 0017-2631 In the Book mode or when the ADF is used In the vertical scan direction, the image is read at 100%. Magnification is changed by processing data on the image processor PCB. 4.3.3.2 Magnification Change in Horizontal Scan Direction 0017-2632 In the horizontal scan direction, magnification is changed as follows depending on the selected magnification rate:...
  • Page 110 Chapter 4 1) Standby state Original sensor: Turns off. Original sensor 3 Original sensor 4 Copyboard cover Copyboard glass Reader unit Original sensor 1 Original sensor 2 F-4-16 2) The copyboard cover opens (at an angle of more than 30o). Original sensor: Turns off.
  • Page 111: Dirt Sensor Control

    Chapter 4 Before original size identification processes 1 and 2 are performed, the original size is detected with original sensors as follows: AB-Configration Inch-Configration Original Original Original Original Original Original Original Original Original size sensor 1 sensor 3 size sensor 2 sensor 4 sensor 1 sensor 3...
  • Page 112 Chapter 4 - At job start (Dust bypass) Presence/absence of dust is detected at all points A, B, and C in this order at job end. The original is read at the point where least dust is detected. F-4-23 - Immediately before scanning (one sheet at a time) The contact image sensor (CIS) does not move to detect dust.
  • Page 113: Image Processing

    Chapter 4 T-4-5 Point Description Read reference position out 0.5 mm from the reference position to the inside of the roller About 1.0 mm from the reference position to the inside of the roller Platen roller 0.5mm 0.5mm A B C Stream reading Lens...
  • Page 114: Cmos Sensor Drive

    Chapter 4 Functions of the image processing system are summarized below. T-4-7 - Reader controller PCB CMOS sensor drive, analog image processing, A/D conversion, and shading correction The reader controller PCB is used to process images on a line-by-line basis. Its major functions are as follows: 1)Analog image processing - CMOS sensor drive - CMOS sensor output gain correction and offset correction...
  • Page 115: Shading Adjustment

    Chapter 4 4.3.6.6 Shading Adjustment 0017-2641 The machine measures the density of the standard white plate, and stores the measured density data. It then processes the stored data to use it as the target value for shading correction. 4.3.6.7 Shading Correction 0017-2642 The machine performs shading correction for each scan.
  • Page 116: Parts Replacement Procedure

    Chapter 4 the standard white plate which are indicated on the back of the new copy- board glass in the service mode. 4.4 Parts Replacement Procedure Correction value (X): Service mode>#SCAN>#SCAN NUMERIC>No.213 Correction value (Y): Service mode>#SCAN>#SCAN NUMERIC>No.214 Correction value (Z): Service mode>#SCAN>#SCAN NUMERIC>No.215 4.4.1 Copyboard glass Also, rewrite the values on the service label.
  • Page 117: Scanner Motor

    Chapter 4 17) Go to the back of the machine, and then disconnect the four connectors [1] from the reader controller PCB. MEMO: 18) Remove the harness from the edge saddle/clamp [2]. This machine stores adjustment values in the image processor PCB, not the 19) Remove the flexible cable holder [3], and then disconnect the two flexi- reader controller PCB.
  • Page 118: Contact Sensor

    Chapter 4 2) Open the front cover. 3) Detach the right cover (lower). 4) Detach the right cover (upper). 5) Detach the left cover (rear). When removing or installing the contact sensor unit, take care not to touch 6) Open the copyboard cover (or ADF). the light guide and rod lens array.
  • Page 119: Original Size Sensor

    Chapter 4 4) Pull the drive belt (front) [1] in the direction of the arrow to move he con- 4) Disconnect the flexible cable [1], and then detach the cover [2]. tact sensor [2] to the center. - Screw [3], 1 pcs 5) Remove the contact sensor [3] together with the mount.
  • Page 120: Reader Heater (option)

    Chapter 4 3) Detach the cover [1]. 3) Detach the heater cover [1]. - Screw [2], 1 pcs - Screw [2], 1 pcs F-4-50 4) Disconnect the connector [1] from the reader controller PCB, and then re- F-4-53 move the harness from the edge saddle [2]. 4) Remove the screw [1].
  • Page 121 Chapter 4 6) Remove the stream reading glass stay [1]. - Screw [2], 2 pcs 7) Pull the drive belt (front) [3] in the direction of the arrow to move the con- tact sensor [4] to the center. F-4-56 4) Detach the heater cover [1]. - Screw [2], 1 pcs F-4-57 9) Remove the reader heater (left) [1].
  • Page 123: Chapter 5 Laser Exposure

    Chapter 5 Laser Exposure...
  • Page 125 Contents Contents 5.1 Construction ...................................5-1 5.1.1 Overview...................................... 5-1 5.1.2 Specifications and Control Mechanism ............................5-1 5.1.3 Main Components ..................................5-1 5.1.4 Control System Configuration ..............................5-2 5.2 Various Controls ................................5-2 5.2.1 Controlling the Laser Activation Timing............................. 5-2 5.2.1.1 Laser Emission ON/OFF Control..................................5-2 5.2.1.2 Horizontal Synchronization Control ................................5-3 5.2.2 Controlling the Intensity of Laser Light ............................
  • Page 127: Construction

    Chapter 5 5.1 Construction 5.1.1 Overview 0017-2643 The laser scanner unit consists of a laser driver, scanner motor, and others. It is controlled by the signals from the DC controller PCB. The laser driver operates the laser diode to emit light in response to the laser control signals and video signals from the DC controller PCB. Laser beams are emitted, through a collimator lens and cylindrical lens, to the hexahedral mirror rotating at a constant speed.
  • Page 128: Control System Configuration

    Chapter 5 Name Function [5] Polygonal mirror Scans the photoconductive drum with a laser beam in the main scan direction. [6] Laser unit Emits laser beams. [7] BD mirror Reflects a laser beam toward the BD PCB. 5.1.4 Control System Configuration 0017-2648 The laser exposure system is controlled mainly by the IC5 on the DC controller PCB.
  • Page 129: Horizontal Synchronization Control

    Chapter 5 The following table shows combinations of laser control signals (CNTRL0, CNTRL1, and CNTRL2). T-5-3 Laser control signal Laser status Description CTL2 CTL1 CTL0 Laser A Laser B Laser control OFF Video signal input Laser beams can be emitted in enable response to video signals.
  • Page 130: Controlling The Laser Scanner Motor

    Chapter 5 5.2.3 Controlling the Laser Scanner Motor 5.2.3.1 Laser Scanner Motor Control 0017-3098 From the moment the laser scanner motor starts to the moment it reaches the target revolution speed, the revolution speed is controlled with reference to the laser scanner motor revolution speed signal (FG signal).
  • Page 131: Controlling The Laser Shutter

    Chapter 5 5.2.4 Controlling the Laser Shutter 5.2.4.1 Laser Shutter Control 0017-3099 When the drum unit is drawn out, the interlocked laser shutter moves down, shutting off the laser beam path. When opening of the front cover or left door is detected, the laser scanner motor and laser outputs turn off.
  • Page 132: Parts Replacement Procedure

    5.3 Parts Replacement Procedure 5.3.1 Laser Scanner Unit 5.3.1.1 Removing the Laser Scanner Unit 0017-8556 1) Detach the rear cover. 2) Open the front cover. 3) Detach the right cover (lower). 4) Detach the delivery tray. 5) Remove the metal plate [1] and laser scanner unit [2]. - Sponge [3], 2 pcs - Connector [4], 3 pcs - Screw [5], 3 pcs...
  • Page 133: Chapter 6 Image Formation

    Chapter 6 Image Formation...
  • Page 135 Contents Contents 6.1 Construction ...................................6-1 6.1.1 Specifications of Image Formation System ..........................6-1 6.1.2 Major Components of Image Formation System......................... 6-1 6.2 Image Formation Process...............................6-3 6.2.1 Image Formation Process................................6-3 6.3 Basic Sequence ................................6-3 6.3.1 Basic Sequence of Operation ............................... 6-3 6.4 Driving and Controlling the High-Voltage System .......................6-5 6.4.1 Outline......................................
  • Page 137: Construction

    Chapter 6 6.1 Construction 6.1.1 Specifications of Image Formation System 0017-4328 T-6-1 Photosensitive drum Drum type OPC drum Drum diameter Cleaning mechanism Cleaning blade Processing speed 131.95mm/sec Primary charging Charging method Roller charging (AC + DC) ng roller diameter 14mm Transfer charging Charging method Roller charging (DC)
  • Page 138 Chapter 6 [6] Developing assembly [7] Toner bottle [8] Developing cylinder [9] Transfer charging roller [10] Static eliminator...
  • Page 139: Image Formation Process

    Chapter 6 6.2 Image Formation Process 6.2.1 Image Formation Process 0017-4330 The image formation system of this machine consist of a primary charging roller, a drum unit integrated with a drum cleaner, a toner bottle, a developing assembly, a transfer charging roller, and so on. The image formation process of this machine is composed of the following five blocks (7 steps): [1] Electrostatic latent image formation block Step 1: Primary charging (AC &...
  • Page 140 Chapter 6 - During printing To prevent fogging of the drum, the developing DC bias is held higher than usual except during image formation. To prevent the toner remaining on the photosensitive drum from sticking to the transfer charging roller, the transfer roller bias which is lower than that applied during printing the is applied at the prescribed timing.
  • Page 141: Driving And Controlling The High-voltage System

    Chapter 6 6.4 Driving and Controlling the High-Voltage System 6.4.1 Outline 0017-4333 The voltage generated by superimposing the DC voltage over the AC voltage is applied to the primary charging roller and developing cylinder, and a positive or negative DC voltage is applied to the transfer charging roller according to the instruction of the CPU on the DC controller PCB. The primary DC bias and developing DC bias are changed according to the image density information sent from the image processor PCB, thus adjusting the image density.
  • Page 142: Charging Mechanism

    Chapter 6 6.5.2 Charging Mechanism 6.5.2.1 Primary Charging Bias Control 0017-4335 With the primary charging bias method, the drum is charged directly by the charging roller. In addition to a DC bias, an AC bias is applied to the primary charging roller to stabilize charging.
  • Page 143: Developing Bias Control

    Chapter 6 6.6.2 Developing Bias Control 0017-4353 A DC bias and an AC bias are applied to the developing cylinder. The ASIC on the DC controller PCB outputs the developing AC bias drive signal (/DVACFOT), developing AC bias ON/OFF signal (/DVACON), developing DC bias drive signal (/DVDCFOT), and developing DC bias output level signal (/DVDCPWM) to apply the voltage generated by superimposing the developing AC bias over the developing DC bias to the developing cylinder.
  • Page 144: Transfer Unit

    Chapter 6 6.8 Transfer Unit 6.8.1 Outline of the Transfer Unit 6.8.1.1 Outline 0017-4355 The transfer unit consists of a transfer roller [1] and an static eliminator [2]. The transfer roller is driven by the photosensitive drum. The static eliminator is biased to separate paper from the drum. F-6-12 6.8.2 Controlling the Transfer Bias 6.8.2.1 Transfer Roller Bias Control...
  • Page 145: Separation Mechanism

    Chapter 6 6.8.3 Separation Mechanism 6.8.3.1 Static Eliminator Bias Control 0017-4357 Two types of biases, a high-output bias and a low-output bias, are applied to the static eliminator using the static eliminator bias drive signal (/DISDCFOT) and static eliminator bias output level signal (/DSCPWM) issued from the DC controller PCB according to the type of the print sequence, thus allowing the printing paper to separate easily from the photosensitive drum.
  • Page 146: Parts Replacement Procedure

    Chapter 6 9) Draw out the developing assembly [1]. 6.10 Parts Replacement Procedure 6.10.1 Drum Unit 6.10.1.1 Removing the Drum Unit 0017-8557 1) Open the front cover . 2) Turn the developing assembly locking lever [2] clockwise to open the left door [3].
  • Page 147: Transfer Charging Roller

    Chapter 6 7) Press the following keys and confirm the message: # key > 1 key > 4 key Message: #PRINT SW 014 00000000 8) Position the cursor to Bit-1 (second from right) using the + or - key, and press the 1 key, and then confirm the following message: Message: #PRINT SW 014 00000010 9) Press the OK key.
  • Page 149: Chapter 7 Pickup/feeding System

    Chapter 7 Pickup/Feeding System...
  • Page 151 Contents Contents 7.1 Construction ...................................7-1 7.1.1 Specifications/Configuration/Operation Methods ........................7-1 7.1.2 Locations of Main Units ................................7-2 7.1.3 Roller Layout Drawing ................................7-2 7.1.4 Paper Path Drawing (Printer on its own) ............................. 7-3 7.1.5 Paper Path Drawing (Finisher-U2) .............................. 7-3 7.1.6 Paper Path Drawing (Duplex Unit-B1/Finisher-U2) ........................
  • Page 152 Contents 7.5.12.1 Removing the Registration Clutch................................7-15 7.5.13 Separation Roller ..................................7-15 7.5.13.1 Removing the Feed and Separation Rollers..............................7-15 7.5.14 Separation Pad ..................................7-16 7.5.14.1 Removing the Separation Pad..................................7-16...
  • Page 153: Construction

    Chapter 7 7.1 Construction 7.1.1 Specifications/Configuration/Operation Methods 0017-4363 Functions and operation methods of the pickup/feeding system are as follows: T-7-1 Item Function/Operation method Pickup method Cassette Claw and separation retard Multi manual feed tray Separation pad Plain paper 300 sheets (64g/m2) Paper stack Cassette 260 sheets (75g/m2)
  • Page 154: Locations Of Main Units

    Chapter 7 7.1.2 Locations of Main Units 0017-4364 Locations of main units of the pickup/feeding system are shown blow. F-7-1 [1] Pickup assembly [2] Manual feed pickup assembly [3] Registration roller [4] Transfer assembly [5] Duplex paper feed assembly (option *1) [6] Fixing assembly [7] First delivery assembly [8] Second delivery assembly (option *2)
  • Page 155: Paper Path Drawing (printer On Its Own)

    Chapter 7 [7] Transfer roller [8] Fixing roller [9] Duplex paper feed roller 2 [10] Duplex paper feed roller 1 [11] Second delivery roller [12] First delivery roller 7.1.4 Paper Path Drawing (Printer on its own) 0017-4368 F-7-3 [1] Cassette pickup [2] Manual feed pickup [3] Delivery to copy tray 1 7.1.5 Paper Path Drawing (Finisher-U2)
  • Page 156: Paper Path Drawing (duplex Unit-b1/finisher-u2)

    Chapter 7 7.1.6 Paper Path Drawing (Duplex Unit-B1/Finisher-U2) 0017-4371 F-7-5 [1] Cassette pickup [2] Manual feed pickup [3] Duples paper feed assembly (option *1) [4] Finisher-U2 (option) *1. There are models of the standard equipment. 7.1.7 Paper Path Drawing (Duplex Unit-B1) 0017-4372 F-7-6 [1] Cassette pickup...
  • Page 157: Paper Path Drawing (duplex-b1/inner 2way Tray-e2)

    Chapter 7 7.1.8 Paper Path Drawing (Duplex-B1/Inner 2Way Tray-E2) 0017-4373 F-7-7 [1] Cassette pickup [2] Manual feed pickup [3] Delivery to copy tray 1 [4] Delivery to copy tray 2 (option *1) [5] Duplex paper feed assembly (option *2) *1. There are models of the standard equipment. *2.
  • Page 158: Detecting Jams

    Chapter 7 F-7-9 [1] Cassette 1 paper presence/absence sensor (SR204) [2] Registration sensor (SR209) [3] Manual feed paper presence/absence sensor (SR208) [4] Duplex paper sensor 2 (SR1003) (option *1) [5] Fixed paper delivery sensor (SR202) [6] First delivery sensor (SR203) [7] Duplex paper sensor 1 (SR1002) (option *1) [8] Second delivery sensor (SR1102) (option *2) [9] Timing sensor (SR210) (*3)
  • Page 159: Stationary Jams

    Chapter 7 7.2.2 Stationary Jams 7.2.2.1 Stationary Jam in Pickup Assembly 0017-4383 Stationary Jam in Pickup Assembly The registration sensor does not detect absence of paper within the prescribed time before the next leading edge of fed paper reaches the registration sensor. T-7-5 Sensor Registration sensor(SR209)
  • Page 160: Cassette Paper Size Detection

    Chapter 7 and the cassette pickup solenoid (SL202). When the main motor starts rotating, the interlocked relay gear also starts rotating. At this time, the pickup roller drive gear is not driven because its toothless portion is positioned at the relay gear and therefore these gears are not engaged with each other. 1) The DC controller PCB issues a cassette pickup solenoid drive signal (CSTFD).
  • Page 161: Manual Feed Pickup Unit

    Chapter 7 PSIZE1 PSIZE4 PSIZE2 PSIZE3 F-7-14 T-7-8 11x17 LTRR STMT PSIZE1 PSIZE2 PSIZE3 PSIZE4 ON:The push switch is pushed. OFF:The push switch is not pushed. *:Not used. 7.4 Manual Feed Pickup Unit 7.4.1 Overview 0017-5466 a. Multi Manual feed Pickup Control The manual feed pickup mechanism picks up sheets of paper in succession from the multi manual feed tray.
  • Page 162: Post-pickup Control After Multi Manual Feed Pickup

    Chapter 7 F-7-15 b. Inner Plate Lift Operation During standby, the inner plate is at the down position with it held by the cams provided at the front and back of the manual feed pickup roller shaft. Rotation of the pickup roller rotates the interlocked cams to lift the inner plate, raising the sheets of paper (loaded in the manual feed tray) against the manual feed pickup roller. On the opposite side of the pickup roller is mounted a separation pad that separates only one sheet of paper from others and feeds it to the next section.
  • Page 163: Parts Replacement Procedure

    Chapter 7 3) Detach the rear cover [1]. - Screw [2], 4 pcs. 7.5 Parts Replacement Procedure 7.5.1 Pickup Roller 7.5.1.1 Removing the Cassette Paper Pickup Roller 0017-8563 1) Remove the cassette. 2) Open the lower-left cover. 3) With the pickup roller [1] down, insert a screwdriver [2] or the like from the left side of the host machine as shown below.
  • Page 164: Cassette Pickup Assembly

    Chapter 7 7) Detach ground wire [1] from harness guide [2]. - Screw [3], 1 pc. Install the cassette pickup assembly with the ground plate [1] outside the side plate. 7.5.4 Cassette Size Sensor F-7-23 8) Detach ground wire [1] from wire saddle [2] and harness guide [3]. 7.5.4.1 Removing the Paper Size Detection Switches - Screw [4], 1pc.
  • Page 165: Cassette Pickup Solenoid

    Chapter 7 4) Remove the cassette paper presence/absence sensor [1]. 5) Remove the feed guide [1]. - Connector [2], 1 pc. - Screw [2], 2 pcs. F-7-28 F-7-31 7.5.7 Cassette Pickup Solenoid 6) Remove the multi-paper roller [1]. - Bearing [1], 1 pc. 7.5.7.1 Removing the Cassette Pickup Solenoid 0017-8571 1) Detach the lower-left cover.
  • Page 166: Manual Feed Pickup Solenoid

    Chapter 7 4) Remove the transfer registration unit [1]. 4) Remove the transfer registration unit [1]. - Screw [2], 4 pcs. - Screw [2], 4 pcs. F-7-33 F-7-36 5) Remove the feed guide [1]. 5) Remove the feed guide [1]. - Screw [2], 2 pcs.
  • Page 167: Registration Roller

    Chapter 7 7) Remove the multifeeder unit [1]. 4) Remove the two metal plates [1], and remove the registration roller [2]. - Screw [2], 4 pcs. - Screw [3], 2 pcs. [3] [1] F-7-39 8) Remove the harness from the guide. - connector [1], 1 pc.
  • Page 168: Separation Pad

    Chapter 7 3) Lower the separation roller [1] as shown below, and then remove the sep- 7) I use a minus screwdriver and remove separation pad [1]. aration roller [1] and feed roller [3] by holding the claws [2] of the roller collars.
  • Page 169: Chapter 8 Fixing System

    Chapter 8 Fixing System...
  • Page 171 Contents Contents 8.1 Construction ...................................8-1 8.1.1 Specifications, Control Mechanisms and Functions ........................8-1 8.1.2 Major Components..................................8-1 8.2 Various Control Mechanisms............................8-2 8.2.1 Controlling the Speed of the Fixing Film ............................ 8-2 8.2.1.1 Controlling the Fixing Film Speed..................................8-2 8.2.2 Controlling the Fixing Film Temperature............................ 8-2 8.2.2.1 Outline..........................................8-2 8.2.2.2 Controlling the Fixing Film Temperature ...............................8-3 8.2.2.3 Target Temperatures by Mode (iR2030/iR2030i)............................8-3...
  • Page 173: Construction

    Chapter 8 8.1 Construction 8.1.1 Specifications, Control Mechanisms and Functions 0017-5468 T-8-1 Item Function/Method Fixing method by fixing film + pressure roller Fixing heater Unitary flat heater incorporating both main heater and sub heater Fixing temperature detection [1] Main thermistor (TH1): Temperature control and fault detection [2] Sub thermistor (TH2): Fault detection [3] Thermo-switch (TP1): Fault detection Fixing temperature control...
  • Page 174: Various Control Mechanisms

    Chapter 8 F-8-2 Fixing film speed sensor Thermo-switch (TP1) Sub thermistor (TH2) Pressure roller Main thermistor (TH1) Fixing film unit 8.2 Various Control Mechanisms 8.2.1 Controlling the Speed of the Fixing Film 8.2.1.1 Controlling the Fixing Film Speed 0017-5470 The rotation cycle is measured with reference to the mark provided at the end of the fixing film to rotate the fixing drive motor at the optimum speed, thus keeping the paper feed speed constant.
  • Page 175: Controlling The Fixing Film Temperature

    Chapter 8 8.2.2.2 Controlling the Fixing Film Temperature 0017-5474 This machine performs fixing temperature control according to the fixing heater temperature as mentioned below. 1) Warm-up temperature control Upon receipt of a print command from the DC controller, the fixing heater heats to the temperature below the target paper-present section temperature. 2) Paper-present section temperature control The fixing heater temperature is adjusted to the target paper-present section temperature according to the combination of the paper size, number of sheets fed, fixing mode, and temperature detected by the fixing main thermistor.
  • Page 176: Detecting The Passage Of Paper

    Chapter 8 8.2.3 Detecting the Passage of Paper 8.2.3.1 Detecting the Passage of Paper 0017-5477 The paper passage detection mechanism of the fixing unit is shown below. DC Controller PCB SR502 F-8-4 If a delay jam is detected by the fixing delivery sensor (SR202), the fixing motor is stopped immediately to prevent paper from winding around the fixing roller. 8.3 Protective Functions 8.3.1 Protective Functions 0017-9324...
  • Page 177 Chapter 8 Failure Detection The CPU performs error detection at intervals of 40 msec. If any one of the cases a to d occurs, the CPU stops the machine completely. To restart the machine, remove the cause of the failure and carry out initial rotation. If a failure is detected, an error code "EXXX" is displayed on the operation panel. MEMO: In case of this machine, the detail code of the error code of this machine can be confirmed in the following service mode.
  • Page 178: Parts Replacement Procedure

    Chapter 8 6) Open the left door until it sops and pull out the hinge shaft [1]. 8.4 Parts Replacement Procedure 8.4.1 Fixing Unit 8.4.1.1 Removing the Fixing Unit 0017-8159 1) Draw out the drum unit. 2) Detach the rear cover. 3) detach the left cover (rear).
  • Page 179: Pressure Roller

    Chapter 8 9) Detach the heater harness cover [2]. Disconnect the connector [3]. 3) Raise the claw [1] of the fixing unit inlet guide, and remove the slide the - Screw [1], 1 pc. fixing unit inlet guide [2] by sliding it in the direction of the arrow. F-8-11 10) Disconnect the two connectors [1], and then release the fixing unit har- ness from the wire saddles [2].
  • Page 180 Chapter 8 2) Remove the fixing pressure release lever [2]. 5) Remove the right side stay [1] and left side stay [2]. - Resin ring [1] - Screw [1], 2 pcs. F-8-21 6) Disconnect the connector [1] and release the fixing DC harness [2] from the harness guide [3].
  • Page 181 Chapter 8 7) Remove the ground cable [1] from the holder, and then free the fixing unit 9) Release the pressure plates [1]. AC harness. - Screw [2], 2 pcs. F-8-24 8) Remove the roller guide unit [1]. - Screw [2], 2 pcs. F-8-25 F-8-26 10) After rotating the pressure plates [1] to release them from the fixing film...
  • Page 182: Fixing Delivery Sensor

    Chapter 8 8.4.4 Fixing Delivery Sensor 5) Remove the right side stay [1] and left side stay [2]. - Screw [1], 2 pcs. 8.4.4.1 Removing the Fixing Delivery Sensor 0017-8168 1) Remove the fixing unit. 2) Remove the fixing pressure release lever [2]. - Resin ring [1] F-8-32 6) Disconnect the connector [1] and release the fixing DC harness [2] from...
  • Page 183: Fixing Film Sensor

    Chapter 8 When installing the electrode plate [1], place it under the three claws [2] as shown below. F-8-35 8.4.5 Fixing Film Sensor 8.4.5.1 Removing the Fixing Film Sensor 0017-8169 1) Remove the fixing unit. 2) Disconnect the connector [1], release the two hooks [2], and then remove the film sensor [3].
  • Page 185: Chapter 9 External And Controls

    Chapter 9 External and Controls...
  • Page 187 Contents Contents 9.1 Control Panel..................................9-1 9.1.1 Overview (iR2030i/iR2030/iR2025i/iR2025/iR2022K/iR2022i/iR2018i).................. 9-1 9.2 Fans ....................................9-1 9.2.1 Overview (iR2030i/iR2030/iR2025i/iR2025/iR2022K/iR2022i/iR2018i).................. 9-1 9.2.2 Fan Control ....................................9-1 9.3 Power Supply System ..............................9-2 9.3.1 Power Supply ....................................9-2 9.3.1.1 Outline..........................................9-2 9.3.1.2 Rated Output of the Power Supply PCB .................................9-3 9.3.2 Protection Function ..................................
  • Page 188 Contents 9.4.12.1 Removing the Fixing Unit Drive Motor ..............................9-12 9.4.13 Left Door....................................9-12 9.4.13.1 Removing the Left Door (Non Duplex Unit Type) ............................ 9-12 9.4.13.2 Removing the Left Door (With Duplex Unit Type) ........................... 9-13...
  • Page 189: Control Panel

    Chapter 9 9.1 Control Panel 9.1.1 Overview (iR2030i/iR2030/iR2025i/iR2025/iR2022K/iR2022i/iR2018i) 0017-5479 The machine's control panel consists of the following PCBs, and is controlled by the ASIC of the image processor PCB. Image processor Panel switch Control panel CPU PCB Key SW ASIC Control Touch panel...
  • Page 190: Power Supply System

    Chapter 9 Switching between full-speed rotation and half-speed rotation is controlled as described below. 1) Full-speed control When the CPU on the DC controller outputs a fan full speed signal (FAN_FULL), the fan drive voltage switching circuit supplies a +24 V fan drive voltage to turn the heat exhaust fan at the full speed.
  • Page 191: Rated Output Of The Power Supply Pcb

    Chapter 9 : AC : DC Power supply PCB Option +24Vop Option power supply - Finisher - Cassette feeding module +24V +5VR +3.3VR Low-voltage Motor power supply Reader Sensor circuit controller DADF Heater drive +3.3V Control panel Image circuit FAX board Processor +24VR +24V...
  • Page 192: Parts Replacement Procedure

    Chapter 9 - Screw [4], 5 pcs. 9.4 Parts Replacement Procedure 9.4.1 External Covers 9.4.1.1 External Covers 9.4.1.1.1 Removing the Lower-left Cover 0017-8590 1) Detach the lower-left cover [2] by opening the rear support [1] with a slightly strong force applied in the direction of the arrow. F-9-8 9.4.1.4 Right Cover (Upper) 9.4.1.4.1 Removing the Right Cover (Upper)
  • Page 193: Reader Rear Cover

    Chapter 9 - Connector [4], 4 pcs. F-9-11 F-9-14 9.4.1.7 Reader Front Cover 9.4.1.7.1 Removing the Reader Front Cover 0017-8622 When installing the ADF harness [3], fit the harness band [5] in the groove 1) Open the copyboard cover (or ADF). in the reader rear cover.
  • Page 194: Fixing Drive Assembly

    Chapter 9 10) Pull out the handle [1] at the back of the machine, remove the screw [2], 13) Release the gear stopper [1] from the shaft, and then remove the gear [2]. and then remove the stopper [3]. F-9-17 11) Remove the harness [1] from the wire saddle [2].
  • Page 195: Power Supply Unit

    Chapter 9 3) Detach the left cover (rear). 4) Remove the power supply PCB [1]. 4) Remove the left door. - Connector [2], 7 pcs. 5) Remove the fixing unit. - Screw [3], 6 pcs. 6) Detach the RAM cover. 7) Remove the SDRAM.
  • Page 196: Removing The Operation Panel Unit (touch Panel Type)

    Chapter 9 3) Remove the operation panel unit [1]. 3) Disconnect the flexible cable holder [1] and disconnect the connector [3] - Flat cable [2], 1 pc. of the flexible cable [2] to remove the operation panel unit [4]. - Screw [3], 2 pcs. F-9-30 9.4.6 DC Controller PCB 9.4.6.1 Removing the DC Controller PCB...
  • Page 197: Hvt Pcb

    Chapter 9 9.4.9 Fixing Heat Discharge Fan 5) Disconnect the connector (J53) [1] on the power supply PCB. 6) Remove the option power supply PCB [2]. - Screw [3], 3 pcs. 9.4.9.1 Removing the Fixing Heat Discharge Fan (Non Duplex Unit Type) 0017-8826 1) Open the left door until it stops.
  • Page 198: Removing The Fixing Heat Discharge Fan (with Duplex Unit Type)

    Chapter 9 5) Remove the fixing heart discharge fan [1]. 8) Remove the duplex unit [1] from the left door. - Screw [2], 6 pcs. F-9-38 9.4.9.2 Removing the Fixing Heat Discharge Fan (With Duplex Unit Type) 0017-8827 1) Draw out the drum unit. 2) detach the rear cover.
  • Page 199: Fan Filter

    Chapter 9 9.4.10 Fan Filter 5) Remove the fan filter [1] from the duct. 9.4.10.1 Removing the Fan Filter (Non Duplex Unit) 0017-8798 1) Open the left door until it stops. 2) Remove the transfer/registration unit [1]. - Screw [2], 4 pcs. F-9-47 MEMO: When a duplex unit is used, first remove the duplex unit and next remove...
  • Page 200: Removing The Main Motor

    Chapter 9 8) Remove the duplex unit [1] from the left door. 8) Remove the fixing motor [1]. - Screw [2], 6 pcs. - Connector [2], 1 pc. - Screw [3], 2 pcs. F-9-52 9.4.13 Left Door 9.4.13.1 Removing the Left Door (Non Duplex Unit Type) 0017-8756 1) Draw out the drum unit.
  • Page 201: Removing The Left Door (with Duplex Unit Type)

    Chapter 9 2) Open the left door until it sops and pull out the hinge shaft [1]. 4) Disconnect the relay harness [2] from the connector [1]of the duplex unit harness. 5) Disconnect the ground cable [3]. MEMO: - Screw [4], 1 pc. When a duplex unit (option) is installed, remove it before pulling out the 6) Remove the reusable band [5] from the duplex unit harness at the rear-left hinge shaft for each access.
  • Page 202 Chapter 9 2) Open the left door until it sops and pull out the hinge shaft [1]. MEMO: When a duplex unit is installed, remove it before pulling out the hinge shaft for each access. F-9-58 3) Lift the left door with both hands to release it from the door rotation shaft [1], and then remove the left door.
  • Page 203: Rds

    Chapter 10 RDS...
  • Page 205 Contents Contents 10.1 RDS ....................................10-1 10.1.1 Overview....................................10-1 10.1.2 Application Operation Mode ..............................10-1 10.1.3 Communication Test ................................10-1 10.1.4 Communication Log ................................10-1 10.1.5 Detail of Communication Log ..............................10-1 10.1.6 Initialization of e-RDS ................................10-1 10.1.7 SOAP Communication Function ............................. 10-1 10.1.8 Retransmission at the time of SOAP Transmission Error .......................
  • Page 207: Overview

    Chapter 10 10.1 RDS 10.1.1 Overview 0017-6733 Product Overview Embedded RDS (henceforth: e-RDS) is the front-end module of e-Maintenance embedded with a network module of a device controller. Product Package Configuration Embedded with a network module of a device. Features e-RDS is embedded with a network module of a device controller, which works as a front-end module of e-Maintenance without any hardware other than device.
  • Page 208 Chapter 10 *1: CA stands for Certificate Authority, which are the institutions which issue electronic certificate used in e-commerce etc. (1) Communication Test - Perform the communication test (2) Transmit all or a part of the following data based on the schedule information obtained from UGW. - Counter details data - Service mode counter - Parts counter...
  • Page 209: Retransmission At The Time Of Soap Transmission Error

    Chapter 10 - The timing of transmission to UGW varies according to the device. - The timing of transmission to UGW cannot be set on the side of the device. 10.1.8 Retransmission at the time of SOAP Transmission Error 0017-6741 In case the SOAP transmission error occurs due to the fault at UGW side at the time of the alert code transmission, store the last 3 data failed to transmit in the RAMDISK, and retransmit it with the predefined intervals.
  • Page 210: Report Output Of Communication Error Log

    Chapter 10 Example of Operation arrow key No:1 Ecode:870F2052 No:2 Ecode:87053563 2006 03/24 11:56 2006 03/24 10:23 OK key It transits to the Communication Error Log Detail Screen. F-10-2 By pressing the OK key, it transits to the Communication Error Log Detail Screen. Max.
  • Page 211: Settings Of Network Connection (installation/maintenance)

    Chapter 10 10.1.14 Settings of Network Connection (Installation/Maintenance) 0017-6747 Prior to the setting of e-RDS, you need to make network settings of the device properly. (1). Display Additional Functions screen - Press [Additional Functions] key. - Enter System Manager ID and a password if you are asked to do so. (2).
  • Page 212 Chapter 10 [Error character string]: For No.1 and 2 of the [Error character string] below, only the error character strings are displayed. The rest of the error character strings are displayed in the order described above. T-10-3 Error Character Strings Error Description Cause Measures...
  • Page 213 Chapter 10 Error Character Strings Error Description Cause Measures Server response error (NULL) Server response error(When Server response error This error can happen when Send function and e- server error code processing RDS function are performed simultaneously. has failed) Wait for a while to try again and check that Send OK is displayed next time sending is performed.
  • Page 214 Chapter 10 [Method Name]: T-10-4 Method Name Description postServiceModeCount Obtain software counters for copy/print charge postModeCount Obtain mode counter postPartsCount Obtain parts counter postFirmwareInfo Obtain ROM version getOperationList Check whether there is an operation execution command for you in UGW postOperationOutcome Transmit execution result of operation commanded in getOperationList postConfiguration...
  • Page 215: Chapter 11 Maintenance And Inspection

    Chapter 11 Maintenance and Inspection...
  • Page 217 Contents Contents 11.1 Periodically Replaced Parts ............................11-1 11.1.1 Overview....................................11-1 11.1.2 Reader Unit ....................................11-1 11.1.3 Printer Unit....................................11-1 11.2 Durables and Consumables ............................11-1 11.2.1 Overview....................................11-1 11.2.2 Reader Unit ....................................11-1 11.2.3 Printer Unit....................................11-2 11.3 Scheduled Servicing Basic Procedure........................11-2 11.3.1 Scheduled Servicing.................................
  • Page 219: Periodically Replaced Parts

    Chapter 11 11.1 Periodically Replaced Parts 11.1.1 Overview 0017-5958 The machine has parts that must be replaced on a periodical basis to ensure a specific level of functional performance. (The loss of the function of any of these parts will significantly affect the machine performance, regardless of the presence/absence of external changes or damage.) If possible, schedule the replacement so that it coincides with a scheduled service visit.
  • Page 220: Printer Unit

    Chapter 11 11.2.3 Printer Unit 0017-5967 As of Jun. 2007 Ref. Parts name Parts No. Q'ty Life Remarks Cassette feed roller FF6-1621-000 100K The 2-stage cassette type uses two rollers. Cassette separation roller FF6-1621-000 100K The 2-stage cassette type uses two rollers. Manual feed pickup roller FL2-3202-000 150K...
  • Page 221: Chapter 12 Standards And Adjustments

    Chapter 12 Standards and Adjustments...
  • Page 223 Contents Contents 12.1 Scanning System ................................12-1 12.1.1 Procedure after Replacing the CIS (Touch panel type) ......................12-1 12.1.2 Procedure after Replacing the Copyboard Glass (With ADF)....................12-1 12.2 Image Formation System ............................12-1 12.2.1 Procedure after Replacing the Developing Assembly ......................12-1 12.3 Electrical Components ...............................12-1 12.3.1 Procedure after Replacing the Image Processor PCB (Touch panel type) ................
  • Page 225: Scanning System

    Chapter 12 12.1 Scanning System - Input the all value printed on the service label affixed to the rear cover. Make the following adjustments: - Correction of output between CIS channels 12.1.1 Procedure after Replacing the CIS (Touch panel 1) Enter the service mode. Sequentially press the Additional functions key, 2 key, 8 key, and Additional type) functions key on the operation panel.
  • Page 226 Chapter 12 13) Close the window on the Desktop. 14) Turn off the main power switch of this machine. 15) Disconnect the USB cable from this machine. b. Importing user data 1) Press the flowing keys to enter the service mode. >...
  • Page 227 Chapter 12 12-3...
  • Page 229: Chapter 13 Correcting Faulty Images

    Chapter 13 Correcting Faulty Images...
  • Page 231 Contents Contents 13.1 Making lnitial Checks ..............................13-1 13.1.1 Site Environment ..................................13-1 13.1.2 Checking the Paper .................................. 13-1 13.1.3 Checking the Placement of Paper ............................13-1 13.1.4 Checking the Durables ................................13-1 13.1.5 Checking the Units and Functional Systems ........................... 13-1 13.1.6 Others .......................................
  • Page 233: Making Lnitial Checks

    13.1.2 Checking the Paper 0017-5988 a. Be sure the paper being used is of a type recommended by Canon. b. Be sure that the paper is not moist. Try using paper fresh out of package. 13.1.3 Checking the Placement of Paper 0017-5989 a.
  • Page 234: Outline Of Electrical Components

    Chapter 13 c. condensation on the contact sensor of the reader unit or on the copyboard glass can cause light images d. condensation on the pickup or feed guide can cause paper feed problems If the problem given in d. above has occurred, dry wipe the units in the feed system. Do not open the package containing a toner cartridge, developing unit, or drum unit right after it has been brought in from a cold to warm place to avoid condensation.
  • Page 235: Motor

    Chapter 13 13.2.2 Motor 13.2.2.1 List of Motors 0017-5996 <Reader Unit> Symbol Name Function M401 Reader motor Drives the carriage. Symbol Part No. Reader controller PCB Error M401 FK2-1066 J409 M401 F-13-2 <Printer Unit> Symbol Name Function Fixing motor Drives the fixing unit. M201 M203 Polygon motor...
  • Page 236: Fan

    Chapter 13 13.2.3 Fan 13.2.3.1 List of Fans 0017-5997 <Reader Unit> The reader unit has no fan. <Printer Unit> T-13-1 Symbol Name Function Heat discharge fan Cools fixing unit. Symbol Part No. DC controller PCB Error FK2-5368 J219 E805 F-13-4 13-4...
  • Page 237: Sensor

    Chapter 13 13.2.4 Sensor 13.2.4.1 List of Sensors 0017-5998 <Reader Unit> T-13-2 Symbol Name Function SR401 CIS HP sensor Detects the CIS home position. SR402 Copyboard cover open/closed sensor (rear) Detects opening/closing of the copyboard cover. SR403 Copyboard cover open/closed sensor (front) Detects opening/closing of the copyboard cover.
  • Page 238 Chapter 13 <Printer Unit> T-13-4 Symbol Name Function Fixing film speed sensor Detects the fixing film speed. SR101 Fixing delivery sensor Detects fixing delivery. SR202 No.1 delivery sensor Detects delivery. SR203 Cassette 1 paper sensor Detects presence/absence of cassette 1 paper. SR204 Waste toner full detection sensor Detects the waste toner full status.
  • Page 239 Chapter 13 T-13-5 Symbol Part No. DC controller PCB Jam code SR201 FG3-3501 J217 SR202 WG8-5696 J217 010c, 0210, 0214, 1118 010c, 0210, 0214, 1118 SR203 WG8-5696 J221 SR204 WG8-5696 J213 SR206 WG8-5696 J216 SR207 WG8-5696 J201 SR208 WG8-5696 J219 SR209 WG8-5696 J212...
  • Page 240: Switch

    Chapter 13 13.2.5 Switch 13.2.5.1 List of Switches 0017-5999 <Reader Unit> The reader unit has no switch. <Printer Unit> Symbol Name Function Front cover switch Detects opening/closing of the front cover. Left door switch Detects opening/closing of the left door. Cassette 1 size detection switch Detects the cassette 1 paper size.
  • Page 241: Lamps, Heaters, And Others

    Chapter 13 13.2.6 Lamps, Heaters, and Others 13.2.6.1 List of Lamps, Heaters, and Others 0017-6000 <Reader Unit> Symbol Name Part No. Function Prevents dew condensation on the ADF Reader heater (left) reading glass. Prevents dew condensation on the Reader heater (right) copyboard glass.
  • Page 242: Pcbs

    Chapter 13 Symbol Part No. Fixing film unit FM3-3654(120V) FM3-3653(230V) H1,H2 FM3-3712(100V) FM3-3714(230V) Symbol Part No. Modem PCB FH5-3543 FK2-1265 J1203 H1, H2 F-13-9 13.2.7 PCBs 13.2.7.1 List of PCBs 0017-6001 <Reader Unit> Symbol Name Part No. Function Reader controller PCB FM2-4792 controls the reader unit/ADF F-13-10...
  • Page 243 <Printer unit> Symbol Name Part No. Function Laser driver PCB Scanner unit controls the laser unit drive FM3-3695 BD PCB generates the BD signal Image processor PCB FM3-3320(LCD type) processes output image data for the printer unit FM3-3319(Touch panel type) 128MB RAM FM3-3324 temporarily retains image data...
  • Page 244 [10] [13] [12] [11] F-13-11 [14] [17] [15] [16] F-13-12...
  • Page 245: Chapter 14 Self Diagnosis

    Chapter 14 Self Diagnosis...
  • Page 247 Contents Contents 14.1 Error Code Table................................14-1 14.1.1 List of Error Codes................................... 14-1 14.2 Error Code Details ..............................14-2 14.2.1 Error Code Details ................................... 14-2 14.3 Jam Code..................................14-5 14.3.1 Jam Codes (Related to Printer Unit) ............................14-5 14.3.2 Jam Codes (Related to Finisher) .............................. 14-5 14.3.3 Jam Codes (Related to ADF) ..............................
  • Page 249: Error Code Table

    Chapter 14 14.1 Error Code Table 14.1.1 List of Error Codes 0017-6036 T-14-1 Error Code Detail Code Error Name/Explanation of Error E000 0000 Fixing temperature abnormal rise 0000 Fixing unit temperature rise detection (by main thermistor) E001 0001 Fixing unit temperature rise detection (by sub thermistor) E002 0000 Fixing unit temperature insufficient rise...
  • Page 250: Error Code Details

    Chapter 14 14.2 Error Code Details 14.2.1 Error Code Details 0017-6037 T-14-2 Display Detail Code Main Cause/Symptom Countermeasure Code E000 0000 Startup error The temperature detected by the main or sub thermistor does - Check the fixing film connector. not rise to the specified value during startup control. - Replace the fixing film unit.
  • Page 251 Chapter 14 Display Detail Code Main Cause/Symptom Countermeasure Code E197 0000 Printer engine communication error Erroneous communication between the DC controller PCB and - Check the connectors of the DC controller PCB and image image processor PCB was detected. processor PCB. - Replace the DC controller PCB for normal connection.
  • Page 252 Chapter 14 Display Detail Code Main Cause/Symptom Countermeasure Code E808 0000 Fixing drive circuit failure - The heater does not turn on. - Check the connector of the fixing film unit. - A fixing drive motor failure was detected. - Replace the fixing film unit. - Replace the fixing drive motor.
  • Page 253: Jam Code

    Chapter 14 14.3 Jam Code 14.3.1 Jam Codes (Related to Printer Unit) 0017-6038 T-14-3 Code Name Sensor No. Description 0104 Delay jam in paper SR209 The registration sensor cannot detect the leading edge of paper from the moment paper pickup starts to the pickup section moment the jam detection time is reached.
  • Page 254: Jam Codes (related To Inner 2-way Tray)

    Chapter 14 Code Name Sensor No. Description 0124 Delay jam at duplex paper sensor 2 SR1003 The duplex paper sensor 2 does not turn on within the specified time after the duplex reverse motor starts. 0221 Stationary jam at duplex paper sensor 1 SR1002 - The duplex paper sensor 1 does not turn off when the specified time has lapsed since the duplex paper sensor 2 turned on.
  • Page 255: Finisher Error Codes

    Chapter 14 14.4 Finisher Error Codes 14.4.1 Error Code Details 0017-6043 T-14-8 Display Detail Main Cause/Symptom Countermeasure code Code E500 0001 Finisher communication error Data communication could not be performed - Check the connectors of the finisher controller PCB and DC controller PCB for normally.
  • Page 256 Chapter 14 Display Detail Main Cause/Symptom Countermeasure code Code E540 0001 - Standard tray shift motor or finisher controller PCB failure - Standard tray HP sensor failure - Standard tray clock sensor failure - Standard tray shift motor load failure The standard tray was moved but the paper - Check the connector of the standard tray HP sensor.
  • Page 257 Chapter 14 Display Detail Main Cause/Symptom Countermeasure code Code E542 0001 - Optional tray motor or finisher controller PCB failure - Optional tray HP sensor failure - Optional tray clock sensor failure - Optional tray shift motor load failure The optional tray was operated, but the paper - Check the connector of the optional tray HP sensor.
  • Page 258: Fax Error Codes

    Chapter 14 14.5 FAX Error Codes 14.5.1 Outline 14.5.1.1 Error Code Outline 0017-6044 An error code is used to indicate a fault in a machine, and is indicated in the machine's LCD or reports, showing the nature (symptoms) of the fault. Using the error code, the user or the service man can readily find out how to correct the fault by simply referring to the User's Manual or service manual.
  • Page 259 Chapter 14 Tx/Rx Description ##0286 [Tx] at time of transmission, DCN is received after transmission of EOM. ##0287 [Tx] at time of transmission DCN is received after transmission of MPS. ##0288 [Tx] after transmission of EOP, a signal other than PIN, PIP, MCF, RTP, or RTN has been received. ##0289 [Tx] after transmission of EOM, a signal other than PIN, PIP, MCF, RTP, or RTN has been received.
  • Page 261: Chapter 15 Service Mode

    Chapter 15 Service Mode...
  • Page 263 Contents Contents 15.1 Outline..................................15-1 15.1.1 Outline of Service Mode ................................15-1 15.1.2 Using the Mode (Touch Panel Type)............................15-2 15.2 Default settings ................................15-2 15.2.1 Service Mode Menus ................................15-2 15.3 Setting of Bit Switch (SSSW)............................15-9 15.3.1 Outline...................................... 15-9 15.3.1.1 Bit Switch Composition ....................................15-9 15.3.2 SSSW-SW01....................................
  • Page 264 Contents 15.3.12.3 Detailed Discussions of Bit 1.................................. 15-15 15.3.12.4 Detailed Discussions of Bit 2.................................. 15-15 15.3.12.5 Detailed Discussions of Bit 3 - Bit4 ............................... 15-15 15.3.13 SSSW-SW34..................................15-15 15.3.13.1 List of Functions ..................................... 15-15 15.3.13.2 Detailed Discussions of Bit 0.................................. 15-16 15.3.13.3 Detailed Discussions of Bit 1..................................
  • Page 265 Contents 15.6.22 <198: Shading Target Value (Blue)>........................... 15-24 15.6.23 <213: XYZ correction value (X) of standard white plate> (if equipped with SEND functions)) ........15-24 15.6.24 <214: XYZ correction value (Y) of standard white plate> (if equipped with SEND functions)......... 15-24 15.6.25 <215: XYZ correction value (Z) of standard white plate>...
  • Page 266 Contents 15.9 Setting of System Functions (SYSTEM) ........................ 15-30 15.9.1 Bit Switch Settings................................. 15-30 15.10 Registration of Accessories (ACC) ........................15-31 15.10.1 Accessory Registration ................................ 15-31 15.11 License Management (LMS)..........................15-31 15.11.1 Outline....................................15-31 15.11.2 Method of confirming license option........................... 15-32 15.11.3 Inactivity of the transmitted license.............................
  • Page 267: Outline

    Chapter 15 15.1 Outline 15.1.1 Outline of Service Mode 0017-8503 The items that follow may be checked/set using the machine's service mode, which is designed the way the service mode used in fax machines is designed in terms of contents and operation. The displayed menus are different by the model.
  • Page 268: Using The Mode (touch Panel Type)

    Chapter 15 #TEST MODE Makes various status checks, such as contact sensor, sensor and print status. 15.1.2 Using the Mode (Touch Panel Type) 0017-8509 <Operation at the time of Bit SW> <Operation at the time of Parameter> 1) Selecting Service Mode 1) Selecting Service Mode Press the Additionalfunctions Press the Additionalfunctions...
  • Page 269 Chapter 15 #SSSW Initial setting Function SW34 10000000 waste toner full display setting SW35 - SW50 not used #MENU Initial setting Range of Function setting 01: - 04: not used ON/OFF NL equalizer setting 0: DIAL line monitor setting 1: SERVICEMAN [1] 2: SERVICEMAN [2] 3: OFF 0-15...
  • Page 270 Chapter 15 #NUMERIC Param. Initial setting Range of setting Function 057: (0 - 999) count type select 2 058: (0 - 999) count type select 3 059: (0 - 999) count type select 4 060: (0 - 999) count type select 5 061: (0 - 999) count type select 6...
  • Page 271 Chapter 15 #SCAN Initial setting Range setting Explanation #SCAN 001: - 023: Not used NUMERIC 024: 300 to 450, one CIS scan position during ADF scanning. unit=0.1mm 026: 6 to 48, one Distance from the standby position of CIS to the shading start point. unit=0.1mm 027: - 030: Not used...
  • Page 272 Chapter 15 #PRINT Initial setting Range setting Explanation #PRINT SW SW01 - SW04 Not used SW05 10000000 Horizontal scanning priority record SW06 - SW13 Not used SW14 00000000 Special mode setting SW15 00000000 Delivery setting SW16 - SW17 SW18 Fixing temperature adjustment resolution setting SW19 - SW50 Not used #PRINT...
  • Page 273 Chapter 15 #PRINT Initial setting Range setting Explanation #PRINT CST 0: G_LTR Paper size group U1 special, standard-size paper entry 29: A-LTR 31: G-LTR 40: 8K 0: FLSP Paper size group U2 special, standard-size paper entry 24: FLSP 26: OFI 27: E-OFI 28: B-OFI 36: A-OFI...
  • Page 274 Chapter 15 #LMS Item Function ERACE Not used #REPORT Setting Function #REPORT SW Not used #REPORT OUTPUT SERVICE DATA LIST Output of service data list SYSTEM DATA LIST Output of system data list SYSTEM DUMP LIST Output of system dump list COUNTER LIST Output of counter list ERROR LOG LIST...
  • Page 275: Setting Of Bit Switch (sssw)

    Chapter 15 #ROM Item Function MAIN Use it to indicate the version of the ROM (SYSTEM) on the image processor PCB. MAIN2 Use it to indicate the version of the ROM (BOOT) on the image processor PCB. OPROM Use it to indicate the version of option ROM. ECONT Use it to indicate the version of the ROM on the DC controller PCB.
  • Page 276: Sssw-sw03

    Chapter 15 15.3.3 SSSW-SW03 15.3.3.1 List of Functions 0017-6055 T-15-2 Function not used not used not used not used not used not used not used tonal signal before CED signal transmission transmit do not transmit 15.3.3.2 Detailed Discussions of Bit 7 0017-6056 Use it to enable/disable transmission of a 1080-Hz tonal signal before transmission of the CED signal.
  • Page 277: Sssw-sw05

    Chapter 15 15.3.4.4 Detailed Discussions of Bit 4 0017-6060 Use it to select the time length during which low-speed signals are ignored after transmission of the CFR signal. If the condition of the line is not good and, therefore, the reception of image signals is difficult, select '1500 ms.' 15.3.4.5 Detailed Discussions of Bit 5 0017-8523 In the countries that need approval of CI signal frequency check, no checking on frequency set at PBX when changing the frequency to PSTN setting and PBX...
  • Page 278 Chapter 15 T-15-6 Time-Out Length for Bit7 Bit6 Bit5 Bit4 Bit3 Bit2 Bit1 Bit0 Transmission/Reception 8 min 16 min 32 min 64 min T-15-7 Time-Out Length for Bit7 Bit6 Bit5 Bit4 Bit3 Bit2 Bit1 Bit0 Transmission (in text mode) 8 min 16 min 32 min 64 min...
  • Page 279 Chapter 15 15.3.8 SSSW-SW14 15.3.8.1 List of Functions 0017-6071 T-15-10 Function not used not used direction of scanning for inch/mm conversion both main and sub sub scanning scanning directions direction only not used inch-configuration resolution declaration declare do not declare not used not used not used...
  • Page 280 Chapter 15 Function Caller V.8 protocol late start Called party V.8 protocol late start V.34 reception fallback Prohibited Not prohibited V.34 transmission fallback Prohibited Not prohibited not used not used 15.3.10.2 Detailed Discussions of Bit 0 0017-6075 Select whether to use the V.8 protocol when calling. If NO is selected, the V.8 protocol is inhibited at calling and the V.21 protocol is used. 15.3.10.3 Detailed Discussions of Bit 1 0017-6076 Select whether to use the V.8 protocol when called.
  • Page 281 Chapter 15 Function indicate serial No. on counter check screen count B4 (Scan) as large size the counter display type change in Japan and USA not used not used not used 15.3.12.2 Detailed Discussions of Bit 0 0017-6084 Use it to specify whether B4 paper (Print) should be counted as large-size paper. If 'yes' is selected, B4 paper will be counted as large-size paper.
  • Page 282: Detailed Discussions Of Bit 0

    Chapter 15 Product for countries in Euro zone: 00000011 Products for other countries/regions: 00000001 15.3.13.2 Detailed Discussions of Bit 0 0017-6089 You can select whether a waste toner full warning is to be displayed. When "1" is selected, a waste toner full warning is displayed. When "0"...
  • Page 283: 005: Ncc Pause Length (pre-id Code)

    Chapter 15 Item Range of settings NCC pause time length (pre-ID code) 1 to 60 sec NCC pause time length (post-ID code) 1 to 60 sec line condition identification time length 0 to 9999 (10 msec) T.30T1 timer (for reception) 0 to 9999 (10 msec) T.30 EOL timer 500 to 3000 (10 msec)
  • Page 284: 016: Time Length To First Response At Time Of Fax/tel Switchover

    Chapter 15 15.5.8 <016: time length to first response at time of fax/tel switchover> 0017-6108 Allows setting of the time from seizing the line till pseudo RBT is sent, when the Fax/ Tel switching function is operating. 15.5.9 <017: pseudo RBT signal pattern ON time length><018: pseudo RBT signal pattern OFF time length (short)><019: pseudo RBT signal pattern OFF time length (long)>...
  • Page 285 Chapter 15 Seri Counter type Print system Bk 1-sided L Bk 1-sided S Bk 2-sided L Bk 2-sided S Local Repo Local Repo Local Repo Local Repo coun copy print print copy print print copy print print copy print print print print print...
  • Page 286 Chapter 15 Seri Counter type Print system Bk 1-sided L Bk 1-sided S Bk 2-sided L Bk 2-sided S Local Repo Local Repo Local Repo Local Repo coun copy print print copy print print copy print print copy print print print print print...
  • Page 287: Setting Of Scanner Functions (scanner)

    Chapter 15 Serial Counter type Scan system No. on Bk 1-sided L Bk 1- C 1-sided L C 1- counte sided sided r check screen Total Pull FileS FileS Total Total Pull FileS Total scan scan mail hare mail hare mail scan scan...
  • Page 288: Numeric Parameter Functional Configuration

    Chapter 15 15.6.2 Numeric Parameter Functional configuration 0017-6117 Function Default Setting range Unit 001: - 023: Not used 024: CIS scan position during ADF scanning. 300-450 one unit=0.1mm 025: Not used 026: Distance from the standby position of CIS to the 6-48 one unit=0.1mm shading start point.
  • Page 289: 024:cis Scan Position During Adf Scanning

    Chapter 15 Function Default Setting range Unit 195: ADF special paper, standardized size: LTR_R 0 : LTR_R misidentification-ready 1 : FOOLSCAP 2 : OFFICIO 3 : E_OFFICIO 4 : G_LTR_R 5 : A_LTR_R 196: shading target value (red) 0-511 197: shading target value (green) 0-511 198:...
  • Page 290: 047: Vertical Scan Magnification Correction (when Scanning On A Document Fed From Adf)

    Chapter 15 15.6.15 <047: Vertical scan magnification correction (when scanning on a document fed from ADF)> 0017-6130 Correct the magnification of vertical scanning of a document fed from the ADF. The larger the adjustment value, the more the image stretches in the vertical scan- ning direction.
  • Page 291: Setting Of Printer Functions (printer)

    Chapter 15 8 2 0 6 8 6 6 7 9 3 4 9 c o r r e c t o n c o r r e c t o n va l u e ( X ) va l u e ( Z ) c o r r e c t o n va l u e ( Y ) F-15-4...
  • Page 292 Chapter 15 15.7.1.2 SSSW-SW14 15.7.1.2.1 List of Functions 0017-6143 T-15-22 Function Transfer bias pressure reduction mode Enable Disable Developing assembly idling mode Enable Disable Black belt addition mode Enable Disable Post-rotation reduction mode Enable Disable Flicker reduction mode Enable Disable Silent mode Enable Disable...
  • Page 293 Chapter 15 15.7.1.3 SSSW-SW15 15.7.1.3.1 List of Functions 0017-6152 T-15-23 Function Inhibit automatic delivery tray replacement while running Enable Disable jobs Halt stapling job when out of staples Enable Disable Inhibit tray full indication while the stapled document Enable Disable count is exceeded IFAX Permission of split recording of text data Enable...
  • Page 294: Numerin Parameter Settings (numeric Prama)

    Chapter 15 To cancel the inner limit of the fixed temperature adjustment, select "Setting". 15.7.1.4.3 Detailed Discussions of Bit 1 0017-8535 If there is no progress after shifting the target figure of the temperature adjustment using "Temperature Adjustment UP/DOWN Mode", # PRINTER> Numeric> Parameter 62, 63, cancel the 2nd face of the duplex inner limit of the fixed temperature adjustment.
  • Page 295 Chapter 15 15.7.2.7 <036: Left-end registration adjustment (cassette 2)> 0017-6163 Adjust the left-end registration margin of paper picked from cassette 2. The larger the adjustment value, the wider the left-end margin of the image becomes. 15.7.2.8 <037: Left-end registration adjustment (cassette 3)> 0017-6164 Adjust the left-end registration margin of paper picked from cassette 3.
  • Page 296: Setting Of Cassette (cst)

    Chapter 15 Setting Print temperature control Sheet-to-sheet temperature control Sheet-to-sheet time Target temperature-20 deg C Print temperature control -20 deg C 10 sec extension Target temperature-30 deg C Print temperature control -20 deg C 15 sec extension 15.7.2.25 <065:Mode for reducing sand image> 0017-8655 Set when sand image *1 has occurred on the print image.
  • Page 297: Registration Of Accessories (acc)

    (1) Access to LMS from the below URL and follow the direction on the screen to acquire the license key. URL for LMS http://www.canon.com/lms/license/ MEMO: To acquire the license key, 16 digit figures on the license access number certificate and the device serial number (for example: ABC01234), which the license is going to be installed is necessary.
  • Page 298: Method Of Confirming License Option

    Chapter 15 "This function is already active" >> Isn't the relevant kit already active? (4) Switch off the main power supply and after 10 seconds switch on the power supply again. (5) Registered license will be active when after the power supply of the main device switch has been cut off once and put on again. Once the license starts properly, press counter confirmation key then press device configuration and confirm that in the option column that the relevant kit has been indicated.
  • Page 299: Erds Parameter Settings (e-rds)

    Chapter 15 Reference: At procedure (4) when indicating the license option, it indicates ' 001 1'. The last digit '1' shows that the license is active. After transmitting the license the last digit will change to '2', which means that the license has been transmitted. If the option is standard equipped, the last digit will indicate '3', which means that the license could not be transmitted.
  • Page 300: Clearing Counters

    Chapter 15 Maintenance counter list Item Counter Explanation JAM (Jam counters) Unit total jam count FEEDER Feeder total jam count SORTER Finisher total jam count 2-SIDE Duplex unit jam counter Manual feed tray jam counter Cassette 1 jam counter Cassette 2 jam counter Cassette 3 jam counter Cassette 4 jam counter MISC (Other required counter)
  • Page 301: System Dump List

    Chapter 15 06/30/2005 12:00 FAX ****************************** *** SYSTEM DATA LIST *** ****************************** #SSSW SW01 ----- 00000000 SW02 ----- 10000000 SW03 ----- 00000000 SW04 ----- 10000000 SW05 ----- 00000000 SW06 ----- 10000000 SW07 ----- 00000000 SW08 ----- 00000000 SW09 ----- 00000000 SW10 ----- 00000000...
  • Page 302: Counter List

    Chapter 15 *9: Total number of occurrences for error code T-15-30 Indication sample ##280 ##280 ##281 ##282 number of errors number of errors number of errors It provides error information on the 3 most recent communications. 2003 09/02 TUE 12:00 #1 LATEST #000 START TIME...
  • Page 303: Error Log List

    Chapter 15 15.14.5 Error Log List 0017-6189 07/12/2005 13:07 FAX *************************************** *** JAM/ERR LOG REPORT *************************************** [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [8] [9] [10] 01 04/12 12:17 20:03 4 0012 000026 1 A4 20 04/12 12:17 20:03 4 0012 000026 1 A4 [1] [2] [3] [4] [5]...
  • Page 304 Chapter 15 Jam history description (JAM) Item Explanation Jam code Code Jam cause Host machine 0104 Pickup assembly delay jam 0208 Pickup assembly stationary jam 010c Delivery assembly jam 010e Second delivery assembly delivery delay jam 0210 Delivery stationary jam 0212 Second delivery assembly stationary jam 0214...
  • Page 305: Spec List

    Chapter 15 15.14.6 Spec List 0017-6190 07/12/2005 13:07 FAX ***************************** *** SPEC REPORT ***************************** _ _ _ _ _ TYPE JAPAN _ _ _ _ _ LBP SPEED 25cpm _ _ _ _ _ TOTAL MEMORY 256MB _ _ _ _ _ MAIN WLaa-08-01 _ _ _ _ _...
  • Page 306 Chapter 15 07/12/2005 13:07 FAX _ _ _ _ _ BIT 05: BW-SEND OFF / OFF _ _ _ _ _ BIT 06: CL-SEND OFF / OFF _ _ _ _ _ BIT 07: PAF OFF / OFF _ _ _ _ _ BIT 08: BDSS / OFF _ _ _ _ _...
  • Page 307: Service Label

    Chapter 15 15.14.7 Service Label 0017-6191 Enter the value given in the service label affixed to the rear cover when it has been replaced with a new one. #PRINT>#PRINT NUMERIC #SCAN>#SCAN NUMERIC FACTORY FACTORY #SCAN>#SCAN NUMERIC body No:BFDxxxxx F-15-14 15.14.8 e-RDS Communication Error Log List 0017-6192 Description: Detailed information output when a communication error occurs (For the output error message, see "RDS >...
  • Page 308: Download (download)

    Chapter 15 15.15 Download (DOWNLOAD) 15.15.1 Download 0017-6182 The following parts of this unit can be upgraded by executing download mode using the service support tool (SST) (for more information, see the "Upgrading" section): Main unit - Flash ROM (system + boot) mounted on the image processor PCB Accessory - ROM mounted on the finisher controller PCB - ROM mounted on the PCL board...
  • Page 309: Display Of Rom Information (rom)

    Chapter 15 15.18 Display of ROM Information (ROM) 15.18.1 ROM Display 0017-6184 The table below lists the items of ROM display mode that are supported. T-15-31 Item Explanation MAIN Displays the version number of the ROM (SYSTEM) mounted on the image processor PCB.
  • Page 310 Chapter 15 Numerals enclosed in parentheses denote a numeric keypad key to be pressed each. Group Subgroup Item 1 Item 2 Item 3 Explanation (1) RELAY TEST [1] - [2] (1) RELAY TEST 1 NCU relay (and switch) ON/OFF test (2) RELAY TEST 2 230 V common NCU test (2) FREQ TEST [0] - [6]...
  • Page 311: D-ram Test<(1) D-ram Test

    Chapter 15 Numerals enclosed in parentheses denote a numeric keypad key to be pressed each. Group Subgroup Item 1 Item 2 Item 3 Explanation (1) FUNCTION TEST G3 4800bps G3 4800 bps signal transmission test (3) 6-3 SENSOR [1] - [6] Sensor checks (1) SENSOR CHECK 0:NORMAL 1:LATCH (0) SENSOR NORMAL [0] - [2]...
  • Page 312: Scan Test ((2) Scan Test)

    Chapter 15 15.19.4 Scan Test ((2) SCAN TEST) 0017-6197 Scan test ((2) SCAN TEST) Press the numeric keypad key 2 on the test mode menu to select the CCD test. Press numeric keypad keys 1, 3 and 4 during the CCD test to carry out the individual tests described below. Numeric keypad key 1 Corrects the LED output of the contact sensor and sets its parameters automatically.
  • Page 313 Chapter 15 Numeric keypad key 1 The input key and relay are shown below: RELAY TEST1 OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF [4] [5] F-15-18 Numeric keypad key 2 The input key and relay are shown below: RELAY TEST2 OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF [4] [5] F-15-19...
  • Page 314: Function Test ((6) Function Test)

    Chapter 15 A press on '5' on the MODEM test menu selects the DTMF signal transmission test. In the test, the following DTMF signals from the modem are transmitted using the telephone line terminal and the speaker. The number pressed on the keypad selects a specific DTMF signal. MEMO: The output level of individual signals is in keeping with the setting made in service mode.
  • Page 315 Chapter 15 T-15-33 Keypad Item Explanation G3 signal transmission test Transmits 4800-bps G3 signals to a telephone line and speaker. Not used Sensor test Sensor actuation test ADF test ADF operation test Book test Host machine operation test Speaker test Speaker operation test Not used Lamp test...
  • Page 316 Chapter 15 6-3:SENOR [1] - [6] Press numeric keypad key 1. Press numeric keypad key 0. Press numeric keypad key 0. SENSOR CHECK SENSOR NORMAL CAS 0 REG 0 0:NORMAL 1:LATCH [0] - [2] DEL 0 0 MULTI 0 Select a sensor mode. CAS:Cassette 1 paper sensor (SR204): 0/Document presence, 1/Document absence 0: NORMAL REG:Registration sensor (SR209): 0/Document presence, 1/Document absence...
  • Page 317 Chapter 15 Press numeric keypad key 4. REF xxx ANT xxx |ANT - LEF| xxx REF: Toner reference voltage (A/D value) ANT: Toner antenna voltage (A/D value) ANT - LEF: Differential voltage (A/D value) Press numeric keypad key 5. BSCT on BDOC[A3 ] BDSS3-0 [of of of of]...
  • Page 318: Roller Cleaning Mode ((0) Roller Clean)

    Chapter 15 6-6: SPEAKER FREQ [1] VOL [2] Press numeric Press numeric keypad key 1. keypad key 2. SPEAKER SPEAKER FREQ TEST VOL[*] :MIN [#]:MAX Press the start key Signal tone volume adjustment. to change the * denotes the minimum, #, the maximum. transmission frequency The volume is adjustable level by level using the start key.
  • Page 319: Chapter 16 Upgrading

    Chapter 16 Upgrading...
  • Page 321 Contents Contents 16.1 Outline..................................16-1 16.1.1 Overview of Upgrade (Touch panel type) ..........................16-1 16.1.2 Overview of Service Support Tool (Touch panel type)......................16-2 16.2 Making Preparations ..............................16-2 16.2.1 Registering the System Software (Touch panel type)......................16-2 16.2.2 Connection ....................................16-4 16.3 Downloading System Software..........................16-5 16.3.1 Downloading System ................................
  • Page 323: Outline

    Chapter 16 16.1 Outline 16.1.1 Overview of Upgrade (Touch panel type) 0017-6004 This machine and options can be upgraded by downloading system software programs from the personal computer (hereafter called as the PC) in which a service support tool (hereafter called SST) has been loaded. System software programs and upgrade tools are listed in the following table: T-16-1 Type...
  • Page 324: Overview Of Service Support Tool (touch Panel Type)

    Chapter 16 16.1.2 Overview of Service Support Tool (Touch panel type) 0017-6006 Main unit Image processor PCB 16MB ROM USB cable Flash ROM J303 System 16MB ROM PCB software Flash ROM RS232C straight cable USB Memory Downloader Flash Memory FY9-2034 PCL printer kit-W1 32MB ROM PCB Flash ROM...
  • Page 325 Chapter 16 4) Click the "Register Firmware" button. F-16-2 5) Select the drive in which the system CD is inserted, and then click the "SEARCH" button. F-16-3 16-3...
  • Page 326 Chapter 16 6) A list of system software programs contained in the system CD is displayed. Uncheck the checkboxes of unnecessary folders and system software programs, and then click the "REGISTER" button. This machine allows two or more system software programs to be register at the same time. However, it does not allow two or more them to be downloaded at the same time.
  • Page 327: Connection

    Chapter 16 16.2.2 Connection 0017-6012 1) Turn off the main power switch of this machine, and then disconnect the cables connected to this machine. 2) Connect USB connector on the back of this machine to the PC using the USB cable [1]. F-16-6 16.3 Downloading System Software 16.3.1 Downloading System...
  • Page 328 Chapter 16 4) Double-click the "System" folder in "Model List" to check the system software version. Select "USB" in "Interface", and then click the "START" button. F-16-9 5) Turn on the power switch of the host machine. 6) Press the following keys on the control panel to enter the service mode. >...
  • Page 329 Chapter 16 10) When connection is complete, the following screen appears. Click the OK button. F-16-11 11) Click "System Software Download" on the Selecting a Job screen. MEMO: This machine does not use the "Upload the Backup Data" and "Download the Backup Data" functions not displayed on the Selecting a Job screen. F-16-12 16-7...
  • Page 330 Chapter 16 12) Select the version of the system software to download from the list. Check that the selected version is displayed in "Selected Version", and then click the "START" button. F-16-13 13) When downloading starts, the progress of downloading is displayed by the progress bar. F-16-14 16-8...
  • Page 331 Chapter 16 14) While the received data is being written to the flash ROM after completion of downloading, the following screen is displayed: F-16-15 Never turn off the power switch of the machine while the data is being written to the flash ROM. If it becomes impossible to start this machine after turning its power switch off, the image processor PCB must be replaced.
  • Page 332 Chapter 16 16) When the Selecting a Job screen appears, click "Return to Main Menu". F-16-17 17) Click the "OK" button to return to the menu screen of SST. F-16-18 16-10...
  • Page 333: Downloading Rui, And Language

    Chapter 16 18) If the other firmware is upgraded continuously, follow each downloading procedure. If the downloading is finished, click the "Exit" button and turn OFF/ON the main power switch. F-16-19 16.3.2 Downloading RUI, and Language 16.3.2.1 Downloading Procedure 0017-6016 To download the language software, use the steps given for the system software.
  • Page 334: Other Upgrade Methods

    Chapter 16 16.3.4 Other Upgrade Methods 16.3.4.1 Downloading the PCL Software (Touch panel type) 0017-6020 To download the software for 32MB ROM PCB of the extension slot, use the steps given for the system software. When selecting a download version on the following screen, be sure to select the 16MB ROM version for the standard model and to select the 32MB ROM version for the model equipped with the PCL printer kit-W1.
  • Page 335 Chapter 16 3) Select "MFP" in "Target Selection", and then select "iR2018i" in "Model List". F-16-22 4) Double click the "CA-KEY" folder in "Model List" to confirm the version of the CA certificate. Select "USB" in "Interface", and then click the "START" button. F-16-23 5) Turn on the power switch of the host machine.
  • Page 336 Chapter 16 7) Using , select "#DOWNLOAD". 8) Press the OK key on the control panel to place the host machine in the downloading wait mode (No indicated on LCD). 9) Press the OK button on the SST screen displayed on the display of the PC. F-16-24 10) When connection is complete, the following screen appears.
  • Page 337 Chapter 16 11) Click "CA_KET Download" on the Selecting a Job screen. F-16-26 12) Select the version of the system software to download from the list. Check that the selected version is displayed in "Selected Version", and then click the "START"...
  • Page 338 Chapter 16 13) When downloading starts, the progress of downloading is displayed by the progress bar. F-16-28 Never turn off the power switch of the machine while the data is being written to the flash ROM. If it becomes impossible to start this machine after turning its power switch off, the image processor PCB must be replaced.
  • Page 339 15) When the Selecting a Job screen appears, click "Return to Main Menu". F-16-30 16) Click the "OK" button to return to the menu screen of SST. F-16-31 17) In Service Mode, open #NETWORK > #CERTIFICATE > #CA-CERTIFICATE and check if the information recorded there is the same as the CA certificate you downloaded.
  • Page 341: Service Tools

    Chapter 17 Service Tools...
  • Page 343 Contents Contents 17.1 Service Tools................................17-1 17.1.1 Special Tools.................................... 17-1 17.1.2 Oils and Solvents ..................................17-1...
  • Page 345: Special Tools

    Chapter 17 17.1 Service Tools 17.1.1 Special Tools 0017-6022 In addition to the standard tools set, you will need the following special tools for servicing of the machine: Tool name Tool No. Rank Shape Uses Digital multimeter FY9-2002 For making electrical checks.
  • Page 346 Chapter 17 Name Uses Composition Remarks Lubricant gear special oil - HY9-0007 (EM-50L) special solid lubricating agent lithium soap 17-2...
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