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Service Manual
iR3245/3235/3230/3225 Series
Jul 3 2008

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  • Page 1 Service Manual iR3245/3235/3230/3225 Series Jul 3 2008...
  • 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 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 System Configuration of Original Feeding Options ....................1- 1 1.1.2 System Configuration of Pickup/Delivery Options ....................1- 2 1.1.3 System Configuration of Print/Send Options ......................1- 4 1.1.4 Functions of Print/Send Options..........................1- 6 1.2 Product Specifications ..........................1- 7 1.2.1 Names of Parts................................
  • Page 8 Contents 2.2.5 Installing Other Parts .............................2- 11 2.2.6 Fixing the Host Machine ............................2- 13 2.2.7 Connecting the Cable ............................2- 13 2.2.8 Points to Note When Turning OFF the Main Power....................2- 14 2.2.9 Stirring Toner .................................2- 14 2.2.10 Cassette Setting..............................2- 14 2.2.11 APVC Correction of Drum ............................2- 14 2.2.12 Auto Gradation Correction ...........................2- 14 2.2.13 Screen Position Adjustment ..........................2- 15...
  • Page 9 Contents 2.13.3 Installation Procedure ............................2- 39 2.14 Installing the Expansion Bus Kit ......................2- 39 2.14.1 Checking the contents ............................2- 39 2.14.2 Turning Off the Power of the Host Machine......................2- 39 2.14.3 Installation Procedure ............................2- 39 2.15 Installing the Voice Guidance Kit ......................2- 40 2.15.1 Notice At Installation ............................
  • Page 10 Contents 4.5.4 Printer unit Output Image Processing ........................4- 9 4.6 Flow of Image Data ..........................4- 10 4.6.1 Flow of Image Data According to Copy Functions....................4- 10 4.6.2 Flow of Image Data for the Box Function.......................4- 10 4.6.3 Flow of Image Data for the SEND Function......................4- 11 4.6.4 Flow of Image Data for the Fax Transmission .......................4- 11 4.6.5 Flow of Image Data for the Fax Reception Function....................4- 12 4.6.6 Flow of Image Data for the PDL Function......................4- 12...
  • Page 11 Contents 5.3.5.1 Overview ....................................5- 15 5.3.5.2 White Board Dust Detection Control ............................5- 17 5.3.6 Image Processing..............................5- 18 5.3.6.1 Overview ....................................5- 18 5.3.6.2 CCD Drive....................................5- 18 5.3.6.3 Gain Correction and Offset Correction of CCD Output ......................5- 18 5.3.6.4 A/D Conversion of CCD Output .............................
  • Page 12 Contents 6.4.1.1 Before Removing the Laser Unit.............................. 6- 8 6.4.1.2 Removing the Laser Unit ................................. 6- 8 6.4.1.3 After Replacing the Laser Scanner Unit........................... 6- 8 Chapter 7 Image Formation 7.1 Construction ............................... 7- 1 7.1.1 Specifications of the Image Formation System......................7- 1 7.1.2 Major Components of the Image Formation System ....................7- 2 7.2 Image Formation Process ..........................
  • Page 13 Contents 7.12.1 Pre-Exposure Lamp............................. 7- 18 7.12.1.1 Before Removing the Pre-Exposure Lamp .......................... 7- 18 7.12.1.2 Removing the Pre-Exposure Lamp ............................7- 18 7.12.2 Drum Unit................................7- 18 7.12.2.1 Before Removing the Drum Unit ............................7- 18 7.12.2.2 Removing the Drum Unit..............................7- 18 7.12.2.3 After Replacing Drum Unit ..............................
  • Page 14 Contents 8.4 Cassette Pick-Up Unit ..........................8- 17 8.4.1 Overview ................................8- 17 8.4.2 Basic Sequence ..............................8- 17 8.4.3 Identifying the Paper Size ............................8- 18 8.4.4 Setting Up the Universal Cassette .........................8- 19 8.4.5 Paper Level Sensor ...............................8- 20 8.5 Manual Feed Pickup Unit ......................... 8- 22 8.5.1 Overview ................................8- 22 8.5.2 Basic Sequence of Operation ..........................8- 22 8.5.3 Identifying the Paper Size ............................8- 23...
  • Page 15 Contents 8.8.13.3 When Replacing the Manual Feed Tray..........................8- 36 8.8.14 Manual Feed Unit ..............................8- 36 8.8.14.1 Before Removing the Manual Feed Unit ..........................8- 36 8.8.14.2 Removing the Manual Feed Unit............................8- 36 8.8.15 Manual Pickup Roller............................8- 36 8.8.15.1 Before Removing the Manual Feed Pickup Roller .......................
  • Page 16 Contents 9.3 Various Control Mechanisms ........................9- 3 9.3.1 Controlling the Speed of the Fixing Film ........................9- 3 9.3.1.1 Controlling the Fixing Film Speed in Response to Low Temperature..................9- 3 9.3.1.2 Controlling the Fixing Film Speed ............................9- 3 9.3.2 Controlling the Fixing Film Temperature........................9- 3 9.3.2.1 Controlling the Power Supply in Response to Low Temperature ....................
  • Page 17 Contents 10.4.1 Power Supply............................... 10- 6 10.4.1.1 Power Supply Route Inside the Printer ..........................10- 6 10.4.1.2 Power Supply Route in the Reader Unit ..........................10- 8 10.4.1.3 Timing of Supply to the Reader Unit ............................ 10- 8 10.4.1.4 Connection to Options................................10- 9 10.4.1.5 Heater operating condition ..............................
  • Page 18 Contents 10.5.6 DC Controller PCB .............................10- 27 10.5.6.1 Removing the DC Controller PCB............................10- 27 10.5.6.2 When Replacing DC Controller PCB..........................10- 27 10.5.7 Control Panel Inverter PCB..........................10- 28 10.5.7.1 Before Removing the Control Panel Inverter PCB ......................10- 28 10.5.7.2 Removing the Control Panel Inverter PCB.........................
  • Page 19 Contents 11.1.4 Setting Up the Network............................11- 4 11.1.5 Login to SMS ............................... 11- 6 11.1.6 Setting the method to login to SMS ........................11- 8 11.1.7 Checking Application List........................... 11- 12 11.1.8 Starting and Stopping a MEAP Application ....................... 11- 12 11.1.9 Checking the Platform Information ........................
  • Page 20 Contents 13.4.3 Cleaning Film Bias Static Eliminator ........................13- 11 Chapter 14 Standards and Adjustments 14.1 Image Adjustments ..........................14- 1 14.1.1 Standards for Image Position..........................14- 1 14.1.2 Adjusting the Image Position..........................14- 1 14.1.3 Left End Margin Adjustment (each pickup position basis) ...................14- 2 14.2 Scanning System............................
  • Page 21 Contents 15.2.7 PCBs.................................. 15- 10 15.2.7.1 PCBs (Reader)................................... 15- 10 15.2.7.2 PCBs (Printer) ..................................15- 10 15.2.8 Connectors ................................ 15- 12 15.2.8.1 Connectors (1/6) ................................15- 12 15.2.8.2 Connectors (2/6) ................................15- 14 15.2.8.3 Connectors (3/6) ................................15- 16 15.2.8.4 Connectors (4/6) ................................15- 18 15.2.8.5 Connectors (5/6) ................................
  • Page 22 Contents 17.2.1.11 COPIER > DISPLAY > ENVRNT ............................. 17- 28 17.2.2 FEEDER................................17- 29 17.2.2.1 FEEDER > DISPLAY ................................. 17- 29 17.3 I/O (I/O Display Mode) .......................... 17- 29 17.3.1 Outline................................17- 29 17.3.2 <DC-CON>.................................17- 30 17.3.3 <R-CON> ................................17- 32 17.3.4 <FEEDER> ................................17- 32 17.3.5 <SORTER>...
  • Page 23 Contents 17.6.1.12 COPIER > OPTION > BODY (12/15) ..........................17- 124 17.6.1.13 COPIER > OPTION > BODY (13/15) ..........................17- 126 17.6.1.14 COPIER > OPTION > BODY (14/15) ..........................17- 129 17.6.1.15 COPIER > OPTION > BODY (15/15) ..........................17- 132 17.6.1.16 COPIER >...
  • Page 24 Contents 18.4.3 Downloading Dcon and Rcon..........................18- 28 18.4.3.1 Outline....................................18- 28 18.4.4 Downloading G3 FAX............................18- 29 18.4.4.1 Outline....................................18- 29 18.4.5 Uploading and Downloading Backup Data......................18- 30 18.4.5.1 Outline....................................18- 30 18.4.5.2 Uploading Procedure ................................. 18- 31 18.4.5.3 Downloading Procedure..............................18- 33 18.4.6 Version Upgrade using USB ..........................18- 35 18.4.6.1 Overview of Menus and Functions.............................
  • Page 25: Chapter 1 Introduction

    Chapter 1 Introduction...
  • Page 27 Contents Contents 1.1 System Construction ..............................1-1 1.1.1 System Configuration of Original Feeding Options ........................1-1 1.1.2 System Configuration of Pickup/Delivery Options ........................1-2 1.1.3 System Configuration of Print/Send Options ..........................1-4 1.1.4 Functions of Print/Send Options ..............................1-6 1.2 Product Specifications..............................1-7 1.2.1 Names of Parts .....................................
  • Page 29: System Construction

    Chapter 1 1.1 System Construction 1.1.1 System Configuration of Original Feeding Options 0019-4437 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N F-1-1 Platen Cover Type M DADF-U1 ADF Access Handle-A1 Document Tray-J1 *1 Except China MEMO: Only one of the following options can be installed at a time. - Document Tray-J1 - Voice Guidance Kit-D1 - Voice Operation Kit-B1...
  • Page 30: System Configuration Of Pickup/delivery Options

    Chapter 1 1.1.2 System Configuration of Pickup/Delivery Options 0018-9653 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N [Pickup/delivery] [13] [14] [17] [15] [16] [11] [12] [10] F-1-2 Copy Tray-J1 Paper Deck-Q1 Envelope Feeder Attachment-C2 *1 FL Cassette-Y1/Z1 Envelope Cassette-C2 *2 Cassette Feeding Unit-Y3/Y3H *3 3 Way Unit-A2 (standard)
  • Page 31 Chapter 1 *1 : Except Japan *2 : Japan only *3 : Y3H is for China only *4 : Q1 is for all excluding USA and AUS R1 is for North America, AUS and KR S1 is for Europe and AUS T1 is for Europe only *5 : For US government only...
  • Page 32: System Configuration Of Print/send Options

    Chapter 1 1.1.3 System Configuration of Print/Send Options 0018-9656 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N [5-3] [5-1] [5-2] [13] [12] [11] [10] [14]-[36] F-1-4...
  • Page 33 Chapter 1 Voice Guidance Kit-D1 *1 Voice Operation Kit-B1 *1 Hand Set-G2 *2 Card Reader-C1 Card Reader Attachment-B3 Super G3 FAX Board-AC1 [5-1] Super G3 FAX Board [5-2] FAX expansion PCB [5-3] Speaker Unit Super G3 2nd Line Fax Board-AC1 *3 Super G3 2nd/3rd Line Fax Board-AC1 *3 Expansion Bus-E1 *5 Wireless LAN Board-A1 *4...
  • Page 34: Functions Of Print/send Options

    Chapter 1 1.1.4 Functions of Print/Send Options 0018-9658 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The following is a brief explanation of the functions expected of the accessories; for details, see the chapters that follow: T-1-1 Machine Function Optional Equipment Needed Simultaneous Installation...
  • Page 35: Product Specifications

    Chapter 1 1.2 Product Specifications 1.2.1 Names of Parts 1.2.1.1 External View 0018-9666 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N [19] [20] [21] [18] [29] [17] [28] [22] [16] [27] [15] [10] [14] [26] [23] [11] [13] [25] [12]...
  • Page 36: Cross-section

    Chapter 1 1.2.1.2 Cross-Section 0018-9667 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N [1] [2] [28] [10] [11] [29] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [20] [21] [22] [23] [24] [26] [25] [27] F-1-6 T-1-3 CCD unit ADF reading glass Platen glass...
  • Page 37: Using The Machine

    Chapter 1 1.2.2 Using the Machine 1.2.2.1 Turning On the Power Switch 0018-9668 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 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 38 Chapter 1 When Using the Print Function/When Receiving or Transmitting a Fax Before using the main power switch, check to be sure that the Execute/Memory lamp on the control panel is off. (Turning off the main power switch while an operation is under way can cause loss of data.) Stop Start...
  • Page 39: Control Panel

    Chapter 1 1.2.2.3 Control Panel 0018-9670 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Power Reset [18] [18] Help Counter Check Additional| Functions PQRS WXYZ Stop Start Log In/ Clear Processing/Data Error Main Power [17] [17] [16] [15] [14] [13]...
  • Page 40: User Mode Items

    Chapter 1 1.2.3 User Mode Items 1.2.3.1 Overview 0019-5677 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N If you are performing user authentication using the SSO-H login service, you cannot change the Additional Functions settings of the machine if you are logged in as a general user.
  • Page 41: Timer Settings

    Chapter 1 Item Settings Delivered Standard Local Print Settings Paper Select All Paper Sources, Auto*1 Copies 1*1 to 9,999 sets Finishing If No Finisher Is Attached or Only the Optional Inner 2 Way Tray-D1 is Attached: Do Not Collate, Collate*1, Rotate Collate, Group, Rotate Group If the Optional Finisher-S1 Is Attached: Do Not Collate, Collate, Offset Collate*1, Group, Offset Group, Staple (Corner) If the Optional Finisher-S1 and Puncher Unit-R1 Are Attached:...
  • Page 42: Report Settings

    Chapter 1 Item Settings Delivered Character/Background Contrast Adjustment*2 Relative Contrast Value: -7 to +7; 1*1 (for the imageRUNNER 3245/3245i/3235/3235i), - 1*1 (for the imageRUNNER 3225), Sample Print, Sample Print Settings Standard Value Settings: 1 to 64; 16*1(for the imageRUNNER 3245/3245i/3235/3235i), 28*1 (for the imageRUNNER 3225), Print, Print Settings Latent String Density: 1 to 36;...
  • Page 43 Chapter 1 Item Settings Delivered Maximum Data Size for Sending 0 (Off), 1 to 99 MB; 3 MB*1 Default Subject 40 characters maximum; Attached Image*1 Specify Authorized User Reply-to Destination On, Off*1 E-mail Settings*5 Specify Authorized User Dest. Sender On*1, Off I-Fax Settings*5 Full Mode TX Timeout 1 to 99 hours;...
  • Page 44: Copy Settings

    Chapter 1 Item Settings Delivered Use USB Host On*1, Off Use MEAP Driver for USB Device On*1, Off Use MEAP Driver for USB External Disk Driver On, Off*1 Device Information Delivery Settings Register Destinations Auto Search/Register, Register, Details, Erase, Print List Auto Delivery Settings Everyday, Select Days, Off*1 Add.
  • Page 45: Communications Settings*2

    Chapter 1 Item Settings Delivered Register Remote Device Register (Seven devices maximum), Details, Erase, Move To Top Remote Device Transmission Timeout 5 to 30 seconds; 30 seconds*1 Initialize Copy Settings Initialize 1.2.3.8 Communications Settings*2 0018-9678 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N *1: Indicates the default setting.
  • Page 46: Mail Box Settings

    Chapter 1 Item Settings Delivered Auto Redial On*1: Option: Redial Times: 1 to 10 times; 2 times*1 Redial Interval: 2 to 99 minutes; 2 minutes*1 TX Error Resend Error and 1st Page*1, All pages, Off Check Dial Tone Before Sending On*1, Off Fax Settings: RX Settings ECM RX...
  • Page 47: Maintenance By The User

    Chapter 1 1.2.4 Maintenance by the User 1.2.4.1 Routine Cleaning 0018-9689 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N If the original is not copied clearly, clean the following parts of the machine. For high-quality printouts, we recommend cleaning these parts once or twice a month. - Platen glass - Underside of the platen cover - Feeder's rollers...
  • Page 48 Chapter 1 2) Clean the rollers (a total of three places) inside the feeder cover with a cloth dampened with water. Then, wipe the area with a soft, dry cloth. F-1-10 3) Open the inner cover, holding it by its front tab. F-1-11 4) Clean the rollers (a total of three places) inside the inner cover with a cloth dampened with water.
  • Page 49 Chapter 1 6) Close the inner cover. When closing the inner cover, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury. F-1-14 7) Close the feeder cover. When closing the feeder cover, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in personal injury. F-1-15 8) Lift the feeder.
  • Page 50: Inspection

    - Make sure that the main power is turned OFF, before inspecting the breaker. - Be sure to turn off the main power switch after executing shutdown sequence (to protect HDD). - If a malfunction occurs after an inspection, contact your local authorized Canon dealer. Checking the Breaker 1) Push the test button on the rear of the machine with the tip of a ball-point pen, or a similar object.
  • Page 51: Safety

    - If the breaker lever does not switch to the OFF position, repeat step 1. If the breaker lever does not switch to the OFF position, despite carrying out the above procedure two or three times, contact your local authorized Canon dealer. 3) Switch the breaker lever to ON ("I" side).
  • Page 52: Safety Of Toner

    Chapter 1 F-1-21 F-1-22 1.2.5.5 Safety of Toner 0018-9685 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N About Toner The machine's toner is a non-toxic material made of plastic, iron, and small amounts of dye. Do not throw toner into fire. It may cause explosion. Toner on Clothing or Skin 1.
  • Page 53: Notes When Handling A Lithium Battery

    Chapter 1 1.2.5.6 Notes When Handling a Lithium Battery 0019-8713 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE. DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS. The following warnings are given to comply with Safety Principles (EN60950).
  • Page 54: Function List

    Chapter 1 Operating environment Refer to the installation (temperature range) Operating environment Refer to the installation (humidity range) Operating environment 0.6 to 1.0 atm (atmospheric pressure) Noise iR3245: stand-by : 53dB or less, operation : 74.8 dB iR3235: stand-by : 53dB or less, operation : 71.3 dB iR3230: stand-by : 43dB or less, operation : 69.5 dB iR3225: stand-by : 43dB or less, operation : 67.8 dB Power supply rating...
  • Page 55 Chapter 1 T-1-14 Single-sided Duplexing Cassette 1 Cassette 2/3/4 Manual feed Cassette 1 Cassette 2/3/4 Manual feed Paper Deck Paper Deck Paper pickup pickup tray pickup pickup pickup tray pickup Paper size type delive delive delive delive delive delive delive delive delive delive...
  • Page 56: Paper Type

    Chapter 1 1.2.7.2 Paper Type 0018-9663 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The following is the available paper types. Prefer to the table below for paper weight of each paper type. A: Supported -: Operation unavailable *1: Plain and Recycled paper are from 17 to 24 lb bond (64 to 90 g/m2).
  • Page 57 Chapter 1 Pickup source Paper type Size Duplexing Manual Paper Cassette 1 Cassette 2 Cassette 3 Cassette 4 feed tray Deck 3-hole/4-hole A4, LTR punched paper A4R, LTRR B4, B5R, B5, LGL, A5R, STMTR, EXEC, K8, K16 A3, 11x17 OFFICIO, E-OFFICIO, B-OFFICIO, M-OFFICIO, A- OFFICIO, FOLIO, A-LTR, A-LTRR, GLTR-R, GLTR, GLGL, AFLS, FLS A5, STMT...
  • Page 58 Chapter 1 T-1-19 Delivery In-body Finisher Finisher / Saddle finisher Sadd Main body Common Standard tray (lower) delivery finis Middle, lower tray Option tray (upper) body Paper Size type Colla Colla Rota Rota Strai Offse Offse Tray Tray Tray botto Punc botto 2/3-...
  • Page 59 Chapter 1 Delivery In-body Finisher Finisher / Saddle finisher Sadd Main body Common Standard tray (lower) delivery finis Middle, lower tray Option tray (upper) body Paper Size type Colla Colla Rota Rota Strai Offse Offse Tray Tray Tray botto Punc botto 2/3- Sadd...
  • Page 60 Chapter 1 Delivery In-body Finisher Finisher / Saddle finisher Sadd Main body Common Standard tray (lower) delivery finis Middle, lower tray Option tray (upper) body Paper Size type Colla Colla Rota Rota Strai Offse Offse Tray Tray Tray botto Punc botto 2/3- Sadd...
  • Page 61 Chapter 1 Delivery In-body Finisher Finisher / Saddle finisher Sadd Main body Common Standard tray (lower) delivery finis Middle, lower tray Option tray (upper) body Paper Size type Colla Colla Rota Rota Strai Offse Offse Tray Tray Tray botto Punc botto 2/3- Sadd...
  • Page 62 Chapter 1 Delivery In-body Finisher Finisher / Saddle finisher Sadd Main body Common Standard tray (lower) delivery finis Middle, lower tray Option tray (upper) body Paper Size type Colla Colla Rota Rota Strai Offse Offse Tray Tray Tray botto Punc botto 2/3- Sadd...
  • Page 63 Chapter 1 Delivery In-body Finisher Finisher / Saddle finisher Sadd Main body Common Standard tray (lower) delivery finis Middle, lower tray Option tray (upper) body Paper Size type Colla Colla Rota Rota Strai Offse Offse Tray Tray Tray botto Punc botto 2/3- Sadd...
  • Page 65: Chapter 2 Installation

    Chapter 2 Installation...
  • Page 67 Contents Contents 2.1 Making Pre-Checks................................2-1 2.1.1 Checking Installation Environment ............................. 2-1 2.1.2 Points to Note Before Installation..............................2-2 2.1.3 Combination Table of Accessories .............................. 2-2 2.1.4 Checking the Contents ................................. 2-3 2.2 Unpacking and Installation ............................2-5 2.2.1 Unpacking and Removing Fixing Member..........................2-5 2.2.2 Installing the Filter ..................................
  • Page 68 Contents 2.10.1 Checking Parts to Install ................................2-30 2.10.2 Checking Parts to Install ................................2-30 2.10.3 Turning OFF the Power of the Host Machine ......................... 2-30 2.10.4 Installation Procedure (Cassette Heater Unit).......................... 2-30 2.10.5 Installation Procedure (Cassette Heater Attachment) ......................2-31 2.11 Installing the Deck Heater ............................
  • Page 69: Making Pre-checks

    Chapter 2 2.1 Making Pre-Checks 2.1.1 Checking Installation Environment 0019-8444 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The followings are the condition for installation environment. It is better to see the planned location of installation before carrying the host machine in the user site. 1) The host machine can singly connect to the outlet of rated +/-10V, 15A or more.
  • Page 70: Points To Note Before Installation

    Chapter 2 100 mm or more 500 mm 2,082 mm 500 mm or more or more F-2-3 7) Install the host machine in well-ventilated location; however, do not install the host machine near the air inlet of a room. 2.1.2 Points to Note Before Installation 0018-9020 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Make sure to note the followings before installing the host machine.
  • Page 71: Checking The Contents

    Chapter 2 2.1.4 Checking the Contents 0020-0084 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N MEMO: Get out all of the contents in the cassette. [5] 2 [7] 1 [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] F-2-4 Drum unit 1pc.
  • Page 72 Chapter 2 iR3245/3235/3225 iR3245N/3235N/3225N UFR II/PCL Driver/Utility CD iW MC CD SEND TRIAL EUR-B1 yes: included...
  • Page 73: Unpacking And Installation

    Chapter 2 2.2 Unpacking and Installation 2.2.1 Unpacking and Removing Fixing Member 0018-9036 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N MEMO: When installing the cassette feeding unit, put the host machine on the cassette feeding unit. (Refer to the installation procedure of cassette feeding unit when installing the cassette feeding unit.) F-2-7...
  • Page 74: Installing The Filter

    Chapter 2 F-2-11 10) Remove the fixing pressure release cover [1] in the direction of the ar- row. F-2-14 If turning on the main power without removing the fixing pressure release 3) Remove the connecting shaft [1], move the 3 way unit [2] in the direction cover, fixing heater may get damaged.
  • Page 75: Installing Toner Container

    Chapter 2 F-2-19 2) Turn the lock lever [1] in the direction of the arrow. F-2-16 5) Remove the tag from the filter holder [1], and then install the filter [2] to the filter holder [1]. F-2-20 3) Unpack the toner container and remove the cap [1]. F-2-17 6) Install the 2 filter holders [1].
  • Page 76: Installing Drum Unit

    Chapter 2 F-2-23 2.2.4 Installing Drum Unit 0018-9051 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N F-2-26 1) Remove the 2 screws [1] and remove the front cover unit [2] in the direc- 4) Remove the screw [1] on the developing assembly pressure lever. tion of the arrow.
  • Page 77 Chapter 2 F-2-29 F-2-32 9) Fix the drum unit with the screw [1] removed by step 6). F-2-30 7) Remove the package of the drum unit and remove the 2 drum pressure re- lease rollers [1]. - Do not touch the surface of the photosensitive drum. - Prevent the photosensitive drum from being exposed to the direct sunlight for many hours.
  • Page 78 Chapter 2 F-2-35 12) Close the host machine right cover. 13) While lowering the waste toner full level detection lever [1], install the waste toner container [2]. F-2-37 MEMO: installing the front cover unit 1) Insert the 2 claws [2] on the right of the front cover unit [1] into the claw holes [3] of host machine.
  • Page 79: Installing Other Parts

    Chapter 2 F-2-39 <Right cover (lower) (only when the cassette feeding unit is not in- stalled)> 1) Install the right cover (lower) [1] in the direction of the arrow. 15) Close the front cover. 2.2.5 Installing Other Parts 0020-0087 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N <Service book case>...
  • Page 80 Chapter 2 If the stamp is not set completely, jam may be generated. Be sure to push it until it clicks. F-2-43 <Shut down label> 1) Put the shutdown label [1] in corresponding language on the left [2] of the F-2-46 main power on the right cover (rear).
  • Page 81: Fixing The Host Machine

    Chapter 2 F-2-49 4) Connect the USB cable [1] to the host machine. F-2-53 F-2-50 2.2.6 Fixing the Host Machine F-2-54 0019-0207 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 3) Put back the cassette 1, 2. <In case that cassette feeding unit is installed>...
  • Page 82: Points To Note When Turning Off The Main Power

    Chapter 2 Use the correct power code to mach the location/area of installation. Make sure not to leave unused power code at the site. 4) Turn ON the main power switch. 2.2.8 Points to Note When Turning OFF the Main Power 0019-0209 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Turning OFF the main power...
  • Page 83: Screen Position Adjustment

    Chapter 2 - Test print will be output. 6) By following the control panel screen, place the test print on the copy- board glass. 7) Close the platen cover/DADF. 8) Press [Start Scan]. - Test print will be scanned. - 'Auto gradation Adjust is finished' will be displayed. 9) Remove the test print from the copyboard glass.
  • Page 84 Chapter 2 F-2-64 A-4) Tighten the fixing screw. A-5) Put back the cassette 1. A-6) Make a copy from the cassette 1 and check that the left margin is within 2.5 +/- 1.5mm. A-7) Install the grip (front right). F-2-66 A-8) Install the right cover (lower front).
  • Page 85: Checking The Connection To The Network

    Chapter 2 - If "OK", the machine is connected to the network appropriately. - If "NG", the machine is not connected to the network appropriately; thus, perform the following "Troubleshooting the Network". 2.3.4 When Not Using Network Connection 0019-4032 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N image When the machine is not connected to the network, the massage that prompts "Check the network connection"...
  • Page 86: Installing The Card Reader

    Chapter 2 F-2-70 7) Clean around the host machine. 2.6 Installing the Card Reader 2.6.1 Notice At Installation 0019-5419 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N - Installation of the equipment calls for a Card Reader Attachment-B3. F-2-72 - See "Combination Table of Accessories"...
  • Page 87 Chapter 2 F-2-73 2) Remove the rear right cover [1]. - 6 screws [2] F-2-75 4) Insert the relay harness2 [1] to the 2 connectors [2] of the host machine. F-2-76 5) Take out the relay harness2 [2] from the cutoff [1] and install the rear right cover.
  • Page 88 Chapter 2 F-2-79 9) Secure the card reader relay harness [1]. - 1 edge saddle [2] - 1 wire saddle [3] F-2-77 6) Close the cassette upper right cover and the cassette lower right cover. 7) Disconnect the jumper [1]. (Do not use the removed jumper.) F-2-80 10) Connect the relay harness connector [1] installed in step 4) to the card reader relay harness connector [2].
  • Page 89: Installation Procedure In The Imageware Accounting Manager (hereinafter Referred To Iwam) Environment

    Chapter 2 F-2-82 12) Insert the power plug into the outlet. 13) Turn ON the main power switch. 14) Get in Service Mode (COPIER > FUNCTION > INSTALL > CARD) F-2-83 and enter the card number to use (1 to 2000). - Enter the smallest card number of the cards used by the user.
  • Page 90: Installing The Reader Heater

    Chapter 2 F-2-85 3) Fit the support plate's cutoff [2] of the document tray [1] with the stepped F-2-88 screws [3] installed in the previous step. 3) Fit the support plate's cutoff [2] of the document tray [1] with the stepped screws [3] installed in the previous step.
  • Page 91: Turning Off The Power Of The Host Machine

    Chapter 2 3) Remove the copyboard glass [3]. When removing the copyboard glass, be sure not to put your fingers on the glass surface and the white plate at the back (soil causes black lines on image). Be sure to clean soil with lint-free paper moistened with alcohol if soil is attached.
  • Page 92 Chapter 2 F-2-94 11) Install the copyboard glass and the glass retainer (right), and close the copyboard cover/DADF. 12) Disconnect the lattice connector [1] of the cassette pedestal. F-2-97 15) Remove the environment heater switch cover [1]. F-2-95 13) Remove the upper rear cover [1]. - 9 screws [2] F-2-98 When turning detaching the environment heater switch cover [1], use a...
  • Page 93 Chapter 2 After replacing the AC driver PCB F-2-100 17) Connect the connector for the reader heater that is situated near the AC driver PCB and is connected to the host machine to J485 [1] of the AC driver PCB. 16) Remove the AC driver PCB from the host machine and replace it with - 1 edge saddles [2] the new AC driver PCB [1].
  • Page 94: Installing The Cassette Heater

    Chapter 2 2.9 Installing the Cassette Heater 2.9.1 Checking Parts to Install 0019-4539 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Be sure to have the following parts ready because each part of the Cassette heater unit is supplied as Service Parts. F-2-104 T-2-4 F-2-102...
  • Page 95 Chapter 2 F-2-108 7) Put cassette 1 and 2 back. F-2-105 8) Disconnect the lattice connector [1] of the cassette pedestal. 3) Insert the 3 hooks [2] of the cassette heater [1] into the slits of the bottom plate to fit with the holes position. When installing the cassette heater, be sure to securely insert the 3 hooks [2] to be fitted with the plate.
  • Page 96 Chapter 2 F-2-111 11) Remove the environment heater switch cover [1]. 12) Remove the AC driver PCB from the host machine and replace it with the new AC driver PCB [1]. When replacing the AC driver PCB, be sure to make a note of the position of the connector and to connect the connector to the original position.
  • Page 97 Chapter 2 After replacing the AC driver PCB F-2-114 13) Connect the connector for the cassette heater that is situated near the AC driver PCB and is connected to the host machine to J482 [1] of the AC driver PCB. - 1 edge saddles [2] - 1 wire saddles [3] Connect the connector for the DC controller that is situated near the AC...
  • Page 98: Checking Parts To Install

    Chapter 2 Cassette Pedestal T-2-6 Name Part No. Qty. 2.10.1 Checking Parts to Install Power cord terminal FM3-0278-000 1pc. 0020-0333 assembly iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Power cord FK2-4628-000 1pc. Be sure to have the following parts ready because each part of the Cassette Environment heater outlet FM3-4391-000 1pc.
  • Page 99: Installation Procedure (cassette Heater Attachment)

    Chapter 2 F-2-124 F-2-121 2) Remove the upper rear cover [1]. - 9 screws [2] 4) Install the cassette heater [1]. -1 screw (Binding; M4X6) [2] -1 connector [3] F-2-125 3) Remove the lower rear cover [1]. -6 screws [2] F-2-122 5) Install the connector cover [1].
  • Page 100 Chapter 2 Before replacing the AC driver PCB F-2-128 F-2-127 After replacing the AC driver PCB When turning detaching the environment heater switch cover [1], use a flatblade screwdrivers. F-2-129 6) Connect the connector for the cassette heater that is situated near the AC driver PCB and is connected to the host machine to J482 [1] of the AC driver PCB.
  • Page 101 Chapter 2 screw (TP; M3X6) [3]. F-2-133 10) Fit the environment heater outlet [1] with the 2 bosses [2] to install. - 1screw (TP; M3X6) [3] F-2-131 8) Connect the connector [1] of the environment switch unit to J483 of the AC driver PCB.
  • Page 102 Chapter 2 F-2-136 13) Install the upper rear cover. 14) Remove the cassette pedestal rear cover [1]. F-2-139 -4 screws [2] F-2-140 17) Install the cassette pedestal rear cover. 18) Connect the lattice connector to the host machine. F-2-137 19) Connect the power cord [1] to the Power cord terminal assembly [2] and 15) Cut off the face covers [2] of the cassette pedestal rear cover [1] with nip- also to the environment heater outlet [3] of the host machine.
  • Page 103: Installing The Deck Heater

    Chapter 2 Part name Part number Qty. Screw (RS tight; M4X8) XA9-0628-000 2pcs. Screw (Binding; M4X4) XB1-2400-409 1pc. [10] Plug cover FC6-5776-000 1pc. 2.11.2 Turning OFF the Power of the Host Machine 0019-9913 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Be sure to refer to "Points to Note When Turning OFF the Main Power"...
  • Page 104 Chapter 2 - Screw [1], 3 pcs. - Screw [1], 2 pcs. F-2-146 4) Remove the rear cover [2] of the paper deck. - Screw [1], 6 pcs. F-2-149 7) Attach the cable protective bush [1] included with the package to the hole [2] on the top board of the paper deck.
  • Page 105 Chapter 2 10) Set the connector [2] of the heater to the panel mount [1]. - Screw (M4X8) [2], 2 pc. F-2-152 11) Remove the screw [2] to remove the blanking plate [1] attached on the power cord mount of the paper deck. F-2-155 15) Wrap the harness [1] around the cable guide [2] on the power cord mount.
  • Page 106: Installing The Memory

    Chapter 2 20) Connect one of the AC cable (for the host machine outlet) to the power cord mount of the heater, and the other to the cassette pedestal of the host machine. 21) Put the plug cover [1] to the AC cable connector, and fix it with the screw [2].
  • Page 107: Installing The Expansion Bus Kit

    Chapter 2 2.13.3 Installation Procedure 0019-5143 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1. Installation Procedure 1) Remove the upper rear cover [1]. - 9 screws [2] F-2-165 Expansion bus kit F-2-163 2) Release the claw of the DIMM stopper [2] on the main controller PCB [1] in the direction of the arrow, and then install the expansion RAM [3].
  • Page 108: Installing The Voice Guidance Kit

    Chapter 2 Voice board unit Card spacer Screw (TP; M3X6) Screw (binding; M4X6) Screw (binding; M3X16) [10] Screw (binding; M4X16) [11] Ferrite core <CDs/guides> - Voice guidance guide - Voice guidance guide CD - FCC/IC Sheet 2.15.3 Turning Off the Power of the Host Machine 0019-9921 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Be sure to refer to "Points to Note When Turning OFF the Main Power"...
  • Page 109 Chapter 2 F-2-173 6) Install the speaker unit (lower) [1]. - 1 screw (binding; M3X16) [2] - 1 screw (binding; M4X16) [3] F-2-171 4) Insert the voice board unit [1] into the connector [2] on the main controller PCB, and then install it. - 2 screws [3] (that have been removed in step 2) - 2 screws (TP;...
  • Page 110 Chapter 2 F-2-179 11) Insert the cable [2] into the speaker unit [1]. F-2-180 12) Route the cable [1] through the cable guide [2] and install the cable guide cover [3]. F-2-177 B: In the case that the card reader has been installed on the host machine There should be no excess slack on the cable.
  • Page 111: Checking The Settings

    Chapter 2 F-2-185 16) Insert the power plug into the power outlet. 17) Turn on the main power switch. F-2-182 18) Check to see that the voice board is recognized. 123 key (Counter Check key) > [Device Configuration] 13) Insert the cable [1] into the terminal [2] of the voice board. When 'voice guidance' is displayed, the functions are enabled.
  • Page 112: Turning Off The Power Of The Host Machine

    Chapter 2 F-2-187 2) Remove the face plate [1]. (Do not use the removed face plate.) - 2 screws [2] [10] [11] F-2-186 Speaker unit Cable [3]*1 Cable guide Voice operation board unit Card spacer F-2-188 [6]*2 Ferrite core 3) Install the 2 card spacers [1] on the main controller PCB. Ferrite core Screw (TP;...
  • Page 113 Chapter 2 F-2-192 7) Install the speaker unit (lower) [1]. - 1 screw (binding; M3X20) [2] - 1 screw (binding; M4X16) [3] F-2-190 5) Remove the screw [2] and the face seal [3] at the reader right cover [1]. (Do not use the removed screw and the face seal.) F-2-193 8) Install the speaker unit (upper) [1].
  • Page 114 Chapter 2 F-2-195 10) Remove the release paper of the cable guide [1] and fix it to the right side as shown in the figure. A: In the case that the card reader has not been installed on the host machine F-2-197 11) Install the ferrite core [1] to the cable.
  • Page 115 Chapter 2 F-2-203 F-2-200 16) Install the wire saddles [1] to the 3 locations that the face seals have been B: In the case that the card reader has been installed on the host removed. machine F-2-204 F-2-201 17) Fix the cable [1] with the 3 wire saddles [2] while preventing excess slack on the cable as shown in the figure.
  • Page 116: Checking The Settings

    Chapter 2 If 'voice operation kit' does not function normally, check the following points. - The item 'TTS-JA/TTS-EN, ASR-JA/ASR-EN' has been installed in service mode > COPIER > Display > VERSION. <To stop> 1) Press the reset key or Voice Recognition button for 3 sec or more. 2.17 Installing the Wireless Network Interface Adapter 2.17.1 Notice At Installation...
  • Page 117: Installation Procedure

    Chapter 2 2.17.4 Installation Procedure 4) Install the MFP antenna [1] at the position shown in the figure. 0019-0005 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1. Installation Procedure The installing position shown in the figure is recommended. 1) Remove the face plate [1] at the rear left side.
  • Page 118: Attaching The Label

    Chapter 2 10) Insert the power plug into the power outlet. 11) Turn on the main power switch. 12) Check to see that the wireless LAN board is recognized. Enter service mode. COPIER > DISPLAY > ACC-STS > PCI to 2 hen 'Wireless LAN Board' is displayed, the wireless LAN board is correctly recognized.
  • Page 119 Chapter 2 1. Installation Procedure 1) Install the IP board support plate [2] to the IPSec board [1]. - 2 screws (TP; M3X6) [3] F-2-220 2) Remove the face plate [1]. (Do not use the removed face plate.) - 2 screws [2] F-2-221 3) Install the IPSec board [1] to the host machine.
  • Page 121 Chapter 3 Basic Operation...
  • Page 123 Contents Contents 3.1 Construction ...................................3-1 3.1.1 Functional Construction................................3-1 3.1.2 Connecting the Main PCBs................................3-2 3.2 Basic Sequence ................................3-3 3.2.1 Basic Sequence of Operation at Power-On..........................3-3...
  • Page 125: Functional Construction

    Chapter 3 3.1 Construction 3.1.1 Functional Construction 0018-9686 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The machine may broadly be divided into the following functional blocks: general control system, original exposure system, reader control system, printer control system, laser exposure system, image formation system, pickup/feed system, fixing/delivery system.
  • Page 126: Connecting The Main Pcbs

    Chapter 3 3.1.2 Connecting the Main PCBs 0018-9687 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N J501 J6801,J6802 J1113 J1110,J1111 J1018,J2117 J603 J3182 J2010 J535 J461 J2016 J301 J309 J3304 J464 J2003 J532 J2006 J534 [10] J305 [11] J404 J304...
  • Page 127: Basic Sequence Of Operation At Power-on

    Chapter 3 3.2 Basic Sequence 3.2.1 Basic Sequence of Operation at Power-On 0018-9688 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1. Reader Unit STBY Scannermotor Light-ON (LED) (CCD unit HPsensor) CCD adjustment F-3-3 Footnote - F: Scanner motor moves forward (toward right). - B: Scanner motor moves backward (toward left).
  • Page 129 Chapter 4 Main Controller...
  • Page 131 Contents Contents 4.1 Construction ...................................4-1 4.1.1 Construction and Mechanisms ..............................4-1 4.2 Construction of the Electrical Circuitry .........................4-3 4.2.1 Main Controller PCB ................................... 4-3 4.2.2 HDD ......................................4-4 4.3 Start-Up Sequence................................4-6 4.3.1 Overview...................................... 4-6 4.4 Shut-Down Sequence ..............................4-7 4.4.1 Overview...................................... 4-7 4.4.2 Flow of Operation ..................................
  • Page 133: Construction

    Chapter 4 4.1 Construction 4.1.1 Construction and Mechanisms 0019-2967 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The main controller unit of the equipment is constructed of and functions with the following items. T-4-1 Item Details main controller PCB system control/memory control/printer unit output image processing control, reader unit input image processing, rendering processing, color LCD controller, card reader interface, image processing for FAX, etc.
  • Page 134 Chapter 4 [14] [13] [11] [10] [15] [16] [12] [17] F-4-1...
  • Page 135: Construction Of The Electrical Circuitry

    Chapter 4 4.2 Construction of the Electrical Circuitry 4.2.1 Main Controller PCB 0019-3015 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Main controls of the main controller PCB for each connector are described below. J2033 J2027 J2005 IC45 J2017 J2038...
  • Page 136 Chapter 4 Connector No/IC Functions J2024 HDD connector (power supply) J2027 reader controller PCB connector J2028 PCI bus expansion PCB slot J2029 for connecting the V6-FLASH PCB J2031 SDRAM (for system processing) slot (option) J2032 SDRAM (for system processing) slot J2033 connector for serial communication (for development) J2037...
  • Page 137: Hdd

    Chapter 4 The following shows system software configuration of this machine: T-4-4 System Software Function Storage location Remarks System Module for system (overall control) HDD (BOOTDEV) Language Module for language (LCD display control) HDD (BOOTDEV) Module for Remote UI HDD (BOOTDEV) Boot* Initializes sub CPU (IC45) BOOTROM...
  • Page 138: Overview

    Chapter 4 4.3 Start-Up Sequence 4.3.1 Overview 0019-3115 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The system software that controls the equipment is installed on HDD. There are two types of system software; system software 1 for CPU1 (IC51), system software 2 for CPU2 (IC45). When the host machine is started, the CPU1 loads the BIOS program in BIOS to the SDRAM for system processing, and then loads the system software 1 and the system software 2 from HDD to the SDRAM for system processing.
  • Page 139: Overview

    Chapter 4 4.4 Shut-Down Sequence 4.4.1 Overview 0019-3117 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N If the main power switch is turned off while the machine is accessing its HDD, damage can well occur on the HDD. To avoid such damage, the machine is provided with a shut-down sequence.
  • Page 140: Image Processing

    Chapter 4 4.5 Image Processing 4.5.1 Construction of the Image Processing Module 0019-3125 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The machine's major image processing is executed by the main controller PCB. The following shows the construction of the modules associated with image processing: Reader unit Reader unit controller PCB Reader unit input image processing block...
  • Page 141: Compression/extension/editing Block

    Chapter 4 4.5.3 Compression/Extension/Editing Block 0019-3127 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Here, image data is processed for compression, extension, and editing. Main controller PCB Reader unit image processing block image processing block SDRAM Enlargement/ Compression reduction Rotation...
  • Page 142: Flow Of Image Data

    Chapter 4 4.6 Flow of Image Data 4.6.1 Flow of Image Data According to Copy Functions 0019-3129 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The following is the flow of image data when the Copy Function is in use: Reader unit Main control PCB Image processing block for reader unit...
  • Page 143: Flow Of Image Data For The Send Function

    Chapter 4 4.6.3 Flow of Image Data for the SEND Function 0019-3131 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The following is the flow of image data when the SEND function is in use: Reader unit Main controller PCB Image processing block for reader unit SDRAM...
  • Page 144: Flow Of Image Data For The Fax Reception Function

    Chapter 4 4.6.5 Flow of Image Data for the Fax Reception Function 0019-3133 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The following is the flow of image data when the fax reception function is in use: Super G3 Fax Board Main controller PCB Image processing block for fax...
  • Page 145: Parts Replacement Procedure

    Chapter 4 4.7.2 Main Controller PCB 4.7 Parts Replacement Procedure 4.7.2.1 Before Removing the Main Controller PCB 0019-3168 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 4.7.1 Image PCB 1) Remove the upper rear cover. (page 10-17)[Removing the Upper Rear 4.7.1.1 Removing the Image PCB Cover] 2) Remove the image PCB unit.
  • Page 146: Removing The Main Controller Pcb

    Chapter 4 3) Remove the following parts. 5) Remove the following parts from the main controller PCB as needed. - 7 wire saddles [1] - SDRAM (for image processing) [1] - 6 edge saddles [2] (7 pcs. when the fax unit is mounted) - SDRAM (for system processing) [2] - 10 connectors [3] - Memory PCB [3] (1 screw)
  • Page 147: Hdd

    Chapter 4 1) Free the antenna cable [1] from the terminal [2]. 4.7.3.2 Removing the SDRAM (for system processing) 0019-2778 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Remove the upper rear cover. (page 10-17)[Removing the Upper Rear Cover] 2) Release the 2 levers [1] and remove the SDRAM (for system processing) [2].
  • Page 148: Removing The Wireless Lan Pcb

    Chapter 4 3) Remove the wireless LAN PCB [1]. 2) Remove the IPSec PCB [1]. - 2 screws [2] - 2 screws [2] - 1 hex nut [3] - 1 plate [4] F-4-30 F-4-32 4.7.6 IPSec PCB 4.7.6.1 Removing the IPSec PCB 0019-3202 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Pull out the IPSec PCB unit [1].
  • Page 149: Pci Bus Expansion Pcb

    Chapter 4 1) Remove the terminal [1] of the cable. 4.7.7 PCI Bus Expansion PCB 4.7.7.1 Before Removing the PCI Bus Expansion PCB 0019-3209 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Remove the upper rear cover. (page 10-17)[Removing the Upper Rear Cover] 2) Remove the wireless LAN PCB as needed.
  • Page 150: Removing The Pci Bus Expansion Pcb

    Chapter 4 7) Remove the voice operation PCB [1] from the plate [2]. 4.7.9 Voice Operation PCB - 2 hex nut screws [3] - 2 washers [4] 4.7.9.1 Removing the Voice Operation PCB 0019-3208 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Remove the terminal [1] of the cable and the 3 wire saddles [2].
  • Page 151: Fax Expansion Pcb

    Chapter 4 4.7.10 FAX Expansion PCB 4.7.10.1 Removing the FAX Expansion PCB 0019-4141 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Remove the upper rear cover. (page 10-17)[Removing the Upper Rear Cover] 2) Disconnect the 2 connectors [1]. (1 pcs. for one FAX line) F-4-41 3) Remove the FAX expansion PCB [1].
  • Page 153 Chapter 5 Original Exposure System...
  • Page 155 Contents Contents 5.1 Construction ...................................5-1 5.1.1 Specifications/controls/functions ..............................5-1 5.1.2 Major Components..................................5-2 5.1.3 Configuration of Control System..............................5-3 5.1.4 Reader Controller PCB ................................5-4 5.2 Basic Sequence ................................5-5 5.2.1 Basic Sequence at Power-On ............................... 5-5 5.2.2 Basic Sequence at Start Key ON (book mode/1 original) ......................5-5 5.2.3 Basic Sequence at Start Key ON (ADF mode/1 original) ......................
  • Page 156 Contents 5.4.7.1 Removing the Copyboard Cover Open/Closed Sensor (Front/Rear)......................5-25 5.4.8 CCD HP Sensor ..................................5-26 5.4.8.1 Removing the CCD Unit HP Sensor................................5-26 5.4.9 Original Size Sensor .................................. 5-26 5.4.9.1 Removing the Original Size Sensor................................5-26 5.4.10 Reader Heater (option)................................5-27 5.4.10.1 Removing the Reader Heater (Right) .................................
  • Page 157: Construction

    Chapter 5 5.1 Construction 5.1.1 Specifications/controls/functions 0019-4628 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The major specifications, controls and functions of the original exposure system are described below. Item Description Original exposure Indirect exposure by LED (LED & photoconductive body) Original scan In book mode: scan by movement of CCD In ADF mode: stream reading with CCD fixed...
  • Page 158: Major Components

    Chapter 5 5.1.2 Major Components 0019-4630 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Following shows major components of document exposure system. [10] F-5-1 Item Notation Description LED driver PCB Controls to turn on LED Reader controller PCB Controls the reader unit drive and image process Scanner motor Pulse motor: controls the carriage drive...
  • Page 159: Configuration Of Control System

    Chapter 5 5.1.3 Configuration of Control System 0019-4631 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The control system of original exposure is described below. [15] [13] [14] [12] [11] [10] F-5-2 [1] Printer body (connection to main controller PCB) [2] Connection to ADF [3] Connection to ADF [4] Connection to printer body...
  • Page 160: Reader Controller Pcb

    Chapter 5 5.1.4 Reader Controller PCB 0019-4632 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The function configuration of reader controller PCB is described below. F-5-3 Jack No. Description Connection to printer body Communication with CCD Communication with ADF Connection with LED driver PCB Receives power from the machine (printer unit) Communication with ADF...
  • Page 161: Basic Sequence

    Chapter 5 5.2 Basic Sequence 5.2.1 Basic Sequence at Power-On 0019-4684 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Basic Sequence at Power-On STBY Scannermotor Light-ON (LED) (CCD unit HPsensor) CCD adjustment F-5-4 Footnote - F: Scanner motor moves forward (toward right). - B: Scanner motor moves backward (toward left).
  • Page 162: Various Control

    Chapter 5 5.3 Various Control 5.3.1 Controlling the Scanner Drive System 5.3.1.1 Overview 0019-4639 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Parts configuration of scanner drive is described below. Scanner motor(M1) Reader controller Carriage drive belt LED driver Copyboard Sensor light...
  • Page 163 Chapter 5 a. Forward movement when scanning an image CCD operation is controlled by the following sensors when scanning the image. Original Start position Original trailing edge position leading edge Stop Deceleration Normal speed Acceleration Shift speed Shift distance [1]Acceleration area: Accelerates until a speed suited to the selected mode is reached [2]Run-up speed area: Run-up margin to ensure a stable speed.
  • Page 164: Ccd

    Chapter 5 5.3.2 CCD 5.3.2.1 Overview 0019-5764 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The machine uses the CCD to expose and read an image and the image is read on a line-by-line basis. CCD features 4 lines (R, G, B, B/W) and B/W line is used in B/W copy and R, G, B lines are used at color scan. CCD overview 1.
  • Page 165 Chapter 5 [Optical path from LED] The light generated from LED is reflected by an original and by the 5 mirrors. And then it is irradiated to the CCD through the lens. LED lens cover LED light source Photoconductive body F-5-10...
  • Page 166 Chapter 5 Lens LED (light source) Return mirror Return mirror (2 plates) ( 3plates ) Lens [ Red(R) line [ Green(G) line ] [ Blue (B) line ] [ Black & white (B/W) line ] F-5-11 Items Description Receives the reflected light that has gone through the lens and converts it into electric signal to output it. Lens Collects the light reflected by an original.
  • Page 167: Enlargement/reduction

    Chapter 5 5.3.3 Enlargement/Reduction 5.3.3.1 Magnifications in Main Scanning Direction 0019-4642 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N In book mode/ADF mode An image is read at 100% in main scanning direction. Magnification variation and its data process are controlled on main controller PCB. 5.3.3.2 Magnification in Sub Scanning Direction 0019-4643 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N...
  • Page 168: Detecting The Size Of Originals

    Chapter 5 5.3.4 Detecting the Size of Originals 5.3.4.1 Overview 0019-4675 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The machine identifies the original size by the combination of measurement result of reflection light from the reflection sensor and specific points of CCD. Also to identify it accurately even though an original moves when ADF is closed, the machine measures 2 points for each size.
  • Page 169 Chapter 5 2. Priority on the front sensor When checking the measurements for main scanning direction, if the absence of an original is indicated at the rear while the presence of an original is indicated at the front, the machine will give priority to the indication at the front. F-5-14 T-5-4 In case of B5 size original...
  • Page 170: Detection Operation Overview

    Chapter 5 5.3.4.3 Detection Operation Overview 0019-4677 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Standby state (The following is in case that the AB type, A4R size is set.) CCD unit: shading position LED: OFF Original sensor: OFF CCD unit Original sensor...
  • Page 171: Dirt Sensor Control

    Chapter 5 5) Standby status (waiting for start key) CCD unit: in original detection position LED: OFF Original sensor: OFF F-5-20 ABtype Inch type CCD detection position CCD detection position Original Original Original Original size sensor 0 size sensor 1 11"×17"...
  • Page 172 Chapter 5 - At the start of a job (dust bypass) Presence of dust is detected at points A, B, and C in this order in the same manner as at the end of the job. Read will take place at the point where least dust is detected.
  • Page 173: White Board Dust Detection Control

    Chapter 5 5.3.5.2 White Board Dust Detection Control 0019-4653 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N When the dust in the air attaches to the white board inside the reader unit, lines may appear on the image. To reduce the influence from the dust, the machine carries out the white board dust detection and correction.
  • Page 174: Image Processing

    Chapter 5 5.3.6 Image Processing 5.3.6.1 Overview 0019-4661 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The functions of image processing system’s PCB are described below. - Reader controller PCB CCD drive, analog image process, A/D conversion, shading correction (executed per each job), shading adjustment (executed at power-on) - CCD PCB Analog image process, A/D conversion...
  • Page 175: A/d Conversion Of Ccd Output

    Chapter 5 5.3.6.4 A/D Conversion of CCD Output 0019-4664 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The corrected analog video signal is converted into a digital signal that is suited to the voltage level of individual pixels by the A/D converter. 5.3.6.5 Shading Correction (overview) 0019-4665 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N...
  • Page 176: Parts Replacement Procedure

    Chapter 5 6)Remove the shaft [1]. 5.4 Parts Replacement Procedure 5.4.1 CCD Unit 5.4.1.1 Removing the CCD Unit 0019-4761 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1)Open the copyboard cover (platen board cover/ADF). 2)Remove the reader right cover. 3)Remove the copyboard glass.
  • Page 177: When Replacing The Ccd Unit

    Chapter 5 8)Remove the belt [2] from the hook [1] at the back of the CCD unit. reader left cover. 3)Execute the following item in service mode. - ADF white level adjustment (COPIER> FUNCTION> CCD> DF- WLVL1/WLVL2/WLVL3/WLVL4) Do not touch the LED on the CCD unit. 5.4.2 CCD Cover Unit 5.4.2.1 Removing the CCD Cover Unit 0019-6280...
  • Page 178: When Replacing The Copyboard Glass

    Chapter 5 1)Open the copyboard cover (platen board cover/ADF). 2)Remove the glass retainer [1] and the copyboard glass [2]. -2 screws [3] When removing the copyboard glass, take care not to touch the following parts with your fingers. -Glass surface -Standard white plate Soils on these parts may cause white/black lines on images.
  • Page 179: Removing The Adf Reading Glass

    Chapter 5 Execute the following item in service mode. Be sure to execute white plate data adjustment surely before ADF white level adjustment. Enter the value (see the following figure) on the copyboard glass in the fol- lowing service mode. COPIER>ADJUST>CCD>W-PLT-X/Y/Z Entering the data of the standard white plate 8 2 0 6 8 6 6 7 9 3 4 9...
  • Page 180: Reader Controller Pcb

    Chapter 5 b.Entering the data of the standard white plate 5.4.4 Reader Controller PCB COPIER>ADJUST>CCD>W-PLT-X/Y/Z 5.4.4.1 Points to Note Before Replacing the Reader Controller PCB 8 2 0 6 8 6 6 7 9 3 4 9 0019-4766 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N F-5-44 2.
  • Page 181: Led Driver Pcb

    Chapter 5 1)Remove the ADF communication cable (ADF only). 5.4.5 LED Driver PCB 2)Open the copyboard cover (platen board cover/ADF). 3)Remove the reader rear cover. 4)Remove the sensor mount [1] at rear left of the reader unit. 5.4.5.1 Removing the LED Driver PCB -2 connectors [2] 0019-6282 -1 screw [3]...
  • Page 182: Ccd Hp Sensor

    Chapter 5 1)Remove the ADF communication cable (only for machine with ADF in- 5.4.8 CCD HP Sensor stalled). 2)Open the copyboard cover (platen board cover/ADF). 3)Remove the reader rear cover. 5.4.8.1 Removing the CCD Unit HP Sensor 4)Remove the copyboard glass. 0019-6915 5)Remove the cable retainer [1] and the sensor cover [2].
  • Page 183: Reader Heater (option)

    Chapter 5 4) Remove the reader heater (left) [1]. 5.4.10 Reader Heater (option) -2 wire saddles [2] -1 connector [3] -1 screw [4] 5.4.10.1 Removing the Reader Heater (Right) 0019-4794 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1)Open the platen board cover or the ADF.
  • Page 185 Chapter 6 Laser Exposure...
  • Page 187 Contents Contents 6.1 Construction ...................................6-1 6.1.1 Specifications/Controls/Functions ............................... 6-1 6.1.2 Main Configuration Parts................................6-1 6.1.3 Control System Configuration ..............................6-2 6.2 Basic Sequence ................................6-3 6.2.1 Basic Sequence .................................... 6-3 6.3 Various Controls ................................6-4 6.3.1 Controlling the Laser Activation Timing............................. 6-4 6.3.1.1 Laser ON/OFF Control ....................................6-4 6.3.1.2 Main Scanning Synchronous Control ................................6-5 6.3.2 Controlling the Intensity of Laser Light ............................
  • Page 189: Construction

    Chapter 6 6.1 Construction 6.1.1 Specifications/Controls/Functions 0019-4280 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Laser light T-6-1 The number of laser light Output 10 mW Wave length 775nm to 899nm (Infrared laser) Scanner motor T-6-2 Motor type DC brushless motor Te number of rotation IR3225:...
  • Page 190: Control System Configuration

    Chapter 6 6.1.3 Control System Configuration 0019-4282 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Controls for the laser exposure system are mainly performed by the DC controller PCB and image PCB. Laser driver PCB : iR3245 / 3235 /3230 J3182 : iR3225 J603...
  • Page 191: Basic Sequence

    Chapter 6 6.2 Basic Sequence 6.2.1 Basic Sequence 0019-4283 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Initial rotation INTR): After the control panel key is ON, the machine starts the scanner motor and rotates the laser scanner motor until it reaches the number of target rotation while keeping all laser OFF.
  • Page 192: Various Controls

    Chapter 6 6.3 Various Controls 6.3.1 Controlling the Laser Activation Timing 6.3.1.1 Laser ON/OFF Control 0019-4284 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Laser ON/OFF control is dependent on the combination of the laser control signal (A/B laser: CNT1-0/1-1/1-2, C/D laser: CNT0-0/0-1/0-2) from the image PCB. <A laser/B laser>...
  • Page 193: Main Scanning Synchronous Control

    Chapter 6 6.3.1.2 Main Scanning Synchronous Control 0019-4285 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Main scanning synchronous control is operated at synchronous PCB based on BD synchronous signal. Based on BD signal that is formed from A laser light detected by BD PCB, BD synchronous signal for each laser is formed inside image PCB. Image data written in the line memory is read out by the readable signal (RE_A, RE_B, RE_C, RE_D) according to the 4 phase differences formed inside the delay PCB based on the BD synchronous signal (BD_SYNCH) and is sent to the laser driver.
  • Page 194: Controlling The Laser Scanner Motor

    Chapter 6 6.3.3 Controlling the Laser Scanner Motor 6.3.3.1 Laser Scanner Motor Control 0019-4287 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N From when the laser scanner motor starts and the laser scanner motor reaches the number of target rotation to before image formation starts, the machine controls the rotation speed by referring to the laser scanner motor rotation speed signal (FG signal).
  • Page 195: Controlling The Laser Shutter

    Chapter 6 6.3.4 Controlling the Laser Shutter 6.3.4.1 Laser Shutter Control 0019-4288 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N When the right door opens, laser shutter will be closed by laser shutter link that works in conjunction with the right door and the laser light is blocked. Also, when the front door or right door open is detected, laser scanner motor and the laser emission will be turned OFF.
  • Page 196: Parts Replacement Procedure

    Chapter 6 2) Disconnect the connector [1] to remove the fixture [2]. 6.4 Parts Replacement Procedure 6.4.1 Laser Scanner Unit 6.4.1.1 Before Removing the Laser Unit 0018-9693 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Remove the front cover unit. (page 10-17)Reference[Removing the Front Cover Unit] 2) Remove the left cover.
  • Page 197 Chapter 7 Image Formation...
  • Page 199 Contents Contents 7.1 Construction ...................................7-1 7.1.1 Specifications of the Image Formation System ........................... 7-1 7.1.2 Major Components of the Image Formation System ........................7-2 7.2 Image Formation Process...............................7-3 7.2.1 Image Formation Process (outline) .............................. 7-3 7.2.2 Image Formation Process (image formation) ..........................7-4 7.3 Basic Sequence ................................7-5 7.3.1 Sequence of Operation (initial rotation) ............................
  • Page 200 Contents 7.12.1 Pre-Exposure Lamp ................................. 7-18 7.12.1.1 Before Removing the Pre-Exposure Lamp ..............................7-18 7.12.1.2 Removing the Pre-Exposure Lamp................................7-18 7.12.2 Drum Unit ....................................7-18 7.12.2.1 Before Removing the Drum Unit................................7-18 7.12.2.2 Removing the Drum Unit ................................... 7-18 7.12.2.3 After Replacing Drum Unit ..................................7-19 7.12.3 Hopper Assembly..................................
  • Page 201: Construction

    Chapter 7 7.1 Construction 7.1.1 Specifications of the Image Formation System 0018-9694 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N T-7-1 Item Specifications/Mechanism/Method Photosensitive drum Type Diameter 30 mm Cleaning mechanism by cleaning blade Process speed 230 mm/sec (iR3245/3235/3230; Cassette) 137 mm/sec (iR3245/3235/3230;...
  • Page 202: Major Components Of The Image Formation System

    Chapter 7 7.1.2 Major Components of the Image Formation System 0018-9697 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N F-7-1 [1] Toner cartridge [2] Sub hopper [3] Developing assembly [4] Photosensitive drum [5] Transfer roller [6] Primary charging roller [7] Drum unit [8] Drum cleaning unit...
  • Page 203: Image Formation Process

    Chapter 7 7.2 Image Formation Process 7.2.1 Image Formation Process (outline) 0018-9698 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N F-7-2 T-7-2 Item Description [1]Pre-exposure removes residual charges from the drum. [2]Primary charging charges the surface of the photosensitive drum to a uniform negative potential. [3]Laser exposure forms a latent static image on the drum.
  • Page 204: Image Formation Process (image Formation)

    Chapter 7 7.2.2 Image Formation Process (image formation) 0018-9699 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N [ D ] [ E ] [ A ] [ C ] [ B ] F-7-3 [1] The difference in potential between the drum [A] surface and the developing cylinder [B] causes toner to adhere to the latent static image on the drum, turning the image into a visible image.
  • Page 205: Basic Sequence

    Chapter 7 7.3 Basic Sequence 7.3.1 Sequence of Operation (initial rotation) 0018-9701 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The sequence of operation of initial rotation is as follows: Pickup from the Cassette Registration Pickup motor Main motor (M-motor) Primary charging...
  • Page 206: Sequence Of Operation (last Rotation)

    Chapter 7 7.3.3 Sequence of Operation (last rotation) 0018-9703 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The sequence of operation of last rotation is as follows: Image write Main motor (M-motor) Primary charging (PRI) Laser (LD) Developing AC (DEV_AC) Developing DC...
  • Page 207: Image Stabilization Control

    Chapter 7 7.4 Image Stabilization Control 7.4.1 Overview 0018-9704 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N At times, changes in the environment or wear on the machine can cause its image output to become unstable. To obtain a stable image, the machine uses the fol- lowing control mechanisms.
  • Page 208: Pascal Control (image Gradation)

    Chapter 7 7.4.4 PASCAL Control (image gradation) 0019-0273 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Changes in temperature/humidity or wear on the machine can cause changes in gradation characteristics. The PASCAL control mechanism is used to stabilize gradation characteristics of images on paper. It makes up for the changes in gradation characteristics in response to changes in temperature/humidity or wear on the machine.
  • Page 209: Drum Unit

    Chapter 7 7.5 Drum Unit 7.5.1 Outline of the Drum Unit 7.5.1.1 Configuration 0018-9708 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N F-7-10 [1] Photosensitive drum [2] Primary charging assembly [3] Cleaning blade...
  • Page 210: Charging Mechanism

    Chapter 7 7.5.2 Charging Mechanism 7.5.2.1 Controlling the Primary Charging Bias 0018-9709 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The primary charging bias consists of AC and DC components. AC bias: 2700 Vp-p (max.) DC bias: -450 V to -850 V These AC and DC biases are applied between sheets while an image is being formed (until the end of the ongoing job).
  • Page 211: Developing Unit

    Chapter 7 7.7 Developing Unit 7.7.1 Configuration 0018-9713 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N F-7-12 [1] Developing cylinder [2] Stirring plate [3] Feeding screw 7.7.2 Controlling the Developing Bias 0018-9715 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The developing bias consists of AC and DC components.
  • Page 212: Toner Container

    Chapter 7 7.8 Toner Container 7.8.1 Configuration 0018-9716 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N F-7-13 [1] Toner Cartridge Points to Note on Handing the Toner Cartridge - Care should be taken not to bump the toner stop [1] against the covers or the like when and after removing the toner cartridge. Since the toner stop comes off easily, toner scattering may be resulted if it comes off by accident.
  • Page 213: Route Of Toner Supply

    Chapter 7 7.8.2 Route of Toner Supply 0018-9717 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N When the user fits the toner cartridge [1] in place, toner is temporarily stored in the sub hopper [2], inside which is a sensor (TS2) that makes sure that the amount of toner remains at a specific level at all times.
  • Page 214: Toner Supply Control

    Chapter 7 7.8.4 Toner Supply Control 0018-9719 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Supply of Toner from the Toner Bottle to the Sub Hopper If the "absence of toner inside the sub hopper" is detected while the main motor (M2/M22) is rotating, the toner bottle motor (M5) is rotated intermittently (on for 3 sec, off for 2 sec).
  • Page 215: Transfer Unit

    Chapter 7 7.9 Transfer Unit 7.9.1 Outline of the Transfer Unit 7.9.1.1 Outline 0018-9722 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The transfer unit [1] consists of the transfer roller and the static eliminator. The transfer roller rotates in connection with the photosensitive drum. Bias is applied to the static eliminator so that sheets can be separated from the drum.
  • Page 216: Transfer Mechanism

    Chapter 7 7.10 Transfer Mechanism 7.10.1 Transfer Guide Bias 7.10.1.1 Transfer Guide Bias Control 0018-9726 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N To prevent soiling of the transfer guide with toner or the photosensitive drum with toner images, the following transfer guide bias is applied to the transfer guide. The surface of the transfer guide is covered with an insulating sheet.
  • Page 217: Photosensitive Drum Cleaning

    Chapter 7 7.11 Photosensitive Drum Cleaning 7.11.1 Outline 0018-9728 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The photosensitive drum cleaning mechanism uses the photosensitive drum cleaning blade to scrape off the residual toner left behind from transfer; the toner thus collected is moved to the waste toner box.
  • Page 218: Parts Replacement Procedure

    Chapter 7 7.12.2.2 Removing the Drum Unit 0018-9794 7.12 Parts Replacement Procedure iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Open the right cover [1]. 7.12.1 Pre-Exposure Lamp 7.12.1.1 Before Removing the Pre-Exposure Lamp 0018-9788 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Remove the front cover unit.
  • Page 219: After Replacing Drum Unit

    Chapter 7 5) Remove the drum unit [1]. the Developing Assembly] 11) Remove the pre-exposure lamp. (page 7-18)Reference[Removing the Pre-Exposure Lamp] 12) Remove the laser scanner unit. (page 6-8)Reference[Removing the La- ser Unit] 7.12.3.2 Removing the Hopper Unit 0018-9796 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Pull out the harness [4] from the hole [3] of the plate.
  • Page 220: Sub Hopper

    Chapter 7 2) Check the phase of the gear [1] shown in the figure. 7.12.4 Sub Hopper 7.12.4.1 Before Removing the Sub Hopper 0018-9797 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Remove the toner container. 2) Remove the front cover unit.
  • Page 221: Developing Assembly

    Chapter 7 6) Remove the bushing unit [2] from the sub hopper [1]. 2) Shift the locking lever [1] to the left to release the pressure of the devel- oping assembly. F-7-33 F-7-37 7) Disconnect the connector [1]. 3) Slightly pull out the developing assembly [1] toward the front to discon- nect the connector [2].
  • Page 222: After Replacing Developing Assembly/developing Cylinder

    Chapter 7 Developing Assembly] 7.12.6.2 Removing the Developing Cylinder 0018-9801 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Take note of the following points when removing the developing cylinder from the developing assembly: Lots of self-tapping screws are used. Be careful not to damage the screw holes by tightening the self-tapping screws.
  • Page 223: After Replacing Developing Assembly/developing Cylinder

    Chapter 7 4) Detach the angle adjustment plate [3]. 8) Remove the 2 screws [1] to remove the blade unit [2]. - 1 self-tapping screw [1] - 1 washer screw [2] Do not remove the transfer upper guide [3]. Otherwise, the following trouble may occur because the attaching position is inappropriate (lost): - Soil on the paper's lead edge (surface) - Jam...
  • Page 224: Transfer Charging Roller

    Chapter 7 4) Remove the transfer roller [1] toward the front. 1) Execute toner stirring. COPIER> FUNCTION> INSTALL> STIR-K 2) Clear the counter of consumables. COPIER> COUNTER> DRBL-1> DVG-CYL 3) Execute auto gradation correction (additional function mode) Additional functions> Adjustment/cleaning> Auto gradation correction...
  • Page 225: Toner Level Sensor

    Chapter 7 1) Remove the toner container. 2) Remove the front cover unit. (page 10-17)Reference[Removing the Point to note when attaching the waste toner container Front Cover Unit] 3) Remove the waste toner container. (page 7-24)Reference[Removing the After attaching the waste toner container, be sure to move the waste toner full detection lever [1] up and down to check that the lever moves smoothly.
  • Page 226: Static Charge Eliminator

    Chapter 7 7.12.11 Static Charge Eliminator 7.12.11.1 Removing the Static Eliminator 0018-9809 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Press the release button [1] and open the right cover [2]. F-7-60 2) Remove the screw [1]. F-7-61 3) Remove the static eliminator [1].
  • Page 227 Chapter 8 Pickup/Feeding System...
  • Page 229 Contents Contents 8.1 Construction ...................................8-1 8.1.1 Specifications, Controls, and Functions............................8-1 8.1.2 Division into Blocks ..................................8-2 8.1.3 Arrangement of Rollers................................8-3 8.1.4 Diagram of Paper Paths (w/ 3 Way Unit-A1/ copy tray)......................8-4 8.1.5 Diagram of Paper Paths (w/ Inbody Finisher/ copy tray) ......................8-5 8.1.6 Diagram of Paper Paths (w/ Finisher/Saddle Finisher)........................
  • Page 230 Contents 8.8.4.1 Before Removing the Sensor Mounting Plate .............................. 8-31 8.8.4.2 Removing the Sensor Mounting Plate ................................8-31 8.8.4.3 Attaching the Sensor Mounting Plate ................................8-31 8.8.5 Cassette Pick-up Motor 1................................8-32 8.8.5.1 Before Removing the Cassette Pickup Motor 1............................8-32 8.8.5.2 Removing the Cassette Pickup Motor 1 ...............................
  • Page 231 Contents 8.8.23 Duplex Feed Roller 2 ................................8-42 8.8.23.1 Before Removing the Duplex Feed Roller 2...............................8-42 8.8.23.2 Removing the Duplex Feed Roller 2................................8-43 8.8.24 Duplex Feed Motor .................................. 8-43 8.8.24.1 Before Removing the Duplex Feed Motor (iR 3245/3235/3230) .......................8-43 8.8.24.2 Removing the Duplex Feed Motor (iR 3245/3235/3230) ...........................8-43 8.8.25 Duplex Feed Sensor .................................
  • Page 233: Construction

    Chapter 8 8.1 Construction 8.1.1 Specifications, Controls, and Functions 0018-9731 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N T-8-1 Specifications/Mechanism/ Item Method Paper compartment front loading Pickup method cassette separation retard manual feeder separation pad Paper reference center Paper volume cassette 1/2...
  • Page 234: Division Into Blocks

    Chapter 8 8.1.2 Division into Blocks 0018-9732 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N F-8-1 [1] Pickup assembly (cassette 2) [2] Pickup assembly (cassette 1) [3] Manual feed pickup assembly [4] Registration roller assembly [5] Transfer assembly [6] Duplexing/feeding assembly [7] Fixing assembly [8] No.1 delivery assembly...
  • Page 235: Arrangement Of Rollers

    Chapter 8 8.1.3 Arrangement of Rollers 0018-9734 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N [33] [32] [31] [30] [29] [28] [27] [26] [25] [24] [34] [23] [35] [22] [21] [20] [19] [18] [17] [16] [15] [14] [13] [12] [11]...
  • Page 236: Diagram Of Paper Paths (w/ 3 Way Unit-a1/ Copy Tray)

    Chapter 8 8.1.4 Diagram of Paper Paths (w/ 3 Way Unit-A1/ copy tray) 0018-9737 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N F-8-3 [1] Pickup from cassette 1 [2] Pickup from cassette 2 [3] Pickup from cassette pedestal (option) [4] Pickup from side paper deck (option) [5] Pickup from manual feeder [6] Delivery to copy tray 1...
  • Page 237: Diagram Of Paper Paths (w/ Inbody Finisher/ Copy Tray)

    Chapter 8 8.1.5 Diagram of Paper Paths (w/ Inbody Finisher/ copy tray) 0018-9738 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N F-8-4 [1] Pickup from cassette 1 [2] Pickup from cassette 2 [3] Pickup from cassette pedestal (option) [4] Pickup from paper deck (option) [5] Pickup from manual feeder [6] Delivery to inbody finisher (option)
  • Page 238: Diagram Of Paper Paths (w/ Finisher/saddle Finisher)

    Chapter 8 8.1.6 Diagram of Paper Paths (w/ Finisher/Saddle Finisher) 0018-9739 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N F-8-5 [1] Pickup from cassette 1 [2] Pickup from cassette 2 [3] Pickup from cassette pedestal (option) [4] Pickup from paper deck (option) [5] Pickup from manual feeder [6] Delivery to finisher/saddle finisher (option) [7] No.2 delivery assembly (option)
  • Page 239: Arrangement Of Sensors

    Chapter 8 8.1.7 Arrangement of Sensors 0018-9740 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N [19] [18] [17] [16] [15] [13] [12] [11] [10] F-8-6 Cassette 1 paper level sensor B (PS4) Cassette 1 paper level sensor A (PS3) Cassette 2 paper level sensor B (PS6) Cassette 2 paper level sensor A (PS5) Cassette 2 paper sensor (PS2)
  • Page 240: Route Of Drive

    Chapter 8 8.1.8 Route of Drive 0018-9741 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N For iR3245/3235/3230 - Main Body F-8-7 Main motor SL1: Cassette pickup solenoid 1 Fixing motor SL2: Cassette pickup solenoid 2 No.1 delivery motor CL1: Manual pickup clutch Cassette pickup motor 1...
  • Page 241 Chapter 8 For iR3225 CL12 F-8-9 M22: Main motor SL1: Cassette pickup solenoid 1 Fixing motor SL2: Cassette pickup solenoid 2 No.1 delivery motor CL1: Manual pickup clutch Cassette pickup motor 1 CL12: Registration clutch Cassette pickup motor 2 CL4: Duplexing/feed clutch...
  • Page 242: Basic Sequence

    Chapter 8 8.2 Basic Sequence 8.2.1 Basic Sequence 0018-9742 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Basic Sequence of Operation for Making 3 Prints Print Start PRINT Cassette 1 pickup motor (M6) Cassette 1 pickup solenoid (SL1) Cassette 1 retry sensor (PS10) Main motor...
  • Page 243 Chapter 8 - Inbody Finisher in Use For iR3245/3235/3230 F-8-12 For iR3225 F-8-13 [1] Increase in Speed for Pickup Operation The speed is 1.5 times as high as the process speed (no increase if for manual feed pickup/in the case of the 1st sheet from cassette 1, accelerates to about twice as fast).
  • Page 244 Chapter 8 For iR3245/3235/3230 F-8-14 8-12...
  • Page 245 Chapter 8 For iR3225 F-8-15 [1] Increase in Speed for Pickup Operation The speed is 1.5 times as high as the process speed (no increase if for manual feed pickup/in the case of the 1st sheet from cassette 1, accelerates to about twice as fast).
  • Page 246: Detecting Jams

    Chapter 8 8.3 Detecting Jams 8.3.1 Delay Jams 8.3.1.1 Delay Jam Outside the Cassette Pickup Assembly 0018-9744 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N A delay jam outside the cassette pickup assembly is identified as follows: The length of time it takes for paper to move from the sensor N-1 to the delay jam sensor N is kept under control;...
  • Page 247: Stationary Jams

    Chapter 8 8.3.2 Stationary Jams 8.3.2.1 Common Stationary Jam 0018-9746 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The sensor N does not go off within a specific length of time after the sensor has gone on. Start key ON or PRINT set INTR...
  • Page 248: Paper Size Mismatch Jam

    Chapter 8 8.3.3.2 Paper size mismatch JAM 0019-9868 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N If the paper size (length in horizontal direction) specified with the cassette size dial and the paper size actually fed are different, JAM is generated. The paper length at feeding is identified by registration front sensor (PS9).
  • Page 249: Cassette Pick-up Unit

    Chapter 8 8.4 Cassette Pick-Up Unit 8.4.1 Overview 0018-9749 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The paper inside the cassette is held up by the lifter plate. When pickup takes place, the pickup solenoid (SL1, SL2) is turned on, and the pickup roller is moved down. When the pickup roller comes into contact with the surface of paper, the sheet is picked up by rotation of the roller.
  • Page 250: Identifying The Paper Size

    Chapter 8 8.4.3 Identifying the Paper Size 0018-9752 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The size of paper inside the cassette is detected by the cassette size dial, and is communicated to the cassette size detection PCB. As may as 15 positions may be detected with reference to the combinations of on and off states of the array of 4 actuators mounted to the cassette size detection PCB on the printer side and operating in conjunction with the cassette size dial.
  • Page 251: Setting Up The Universal Cassette

    Chapter 8 Inch-configuration T-8-8 Size (no cassette) STMTR LTRR 11x17 EXEC Envelope ON/OFF MEMO: - SW4 is used to detect the state of the AB/Inch-configuration switch. - The machine will assume the absence of a cassette if it detects a combination not found in the table. At this time, it does not move up the cassette lifter. - Since the paper size is not identified, there will be no indication of a paper size on the control panel;...
  • Page 252: Paper Level Sensor

    Chapter 8 8.4.5 Paper Level Sensor 0018-9754 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The level of paper inside the cassette is checked using the following sensors: T-8-10 Cassette 1 Cassette 2 Paper level sensor A Paper level sensor B Paper sensor F-8-22...
  • Page 253 Chapter 8 View from the Front of the Machine When full with paper Cassette paper Cassette paper level sensor B level sensor A Paper When half full with paper Paper Cassette paper Cassette paper level sensor A level sensor B OFF ON When there is little paper Paper...
  • Page 254: Manual Feed Pickup Unit

    Chapter 8 8.5 Manual Feed Pickup Unit 8.5.1 Overview 0018-9755 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The paper in the tray of the manual feed pickup unit is forced against the manual feed pickup roller by the work of the pickup guide plate, and only a single sheet of paper is separated and moved into the machine by the work of the manual feed pickup roller and the separation pad.
  • Page 255: Identifying The Paper Size

    Chapter 8 8.5.3 Identifying the Paper Size 0018-9757 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The width of paper is detected with reference to the output of the variable resistor (SVR1), which operates in conjunction with the movement of the side guide. The side guide in the manual feed tray is set when the user moves it to place paper in the cassette.
  • Page 256: Paper Retaining Mechanism

    Chapter 8 8.5.4 Paper Retaining Mechanism 0018-9758 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N When manual feed pickup operation starts, the manual feed pickup guide plate up/down solenoid (SL3) is turned on and the manual feed pickup guide plate moves The paper in the manual feed pickup tray is forced against the manual feed pickup roller by the work of the pickup guide plate.
  • Page 257: Registration Unit

    Chapter 8 8.6 Registration Unit 8.6.1 Overview 0018-9759 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The registration roller is driven by the main motor (M2/M22). In between the registration roller and the main motor is the registration clutch (CL2/CL12), servicing to turn on and off the registration roller so that the paper will be matched in relation to the image on the drum at correct registration.
  • Page 258: Duplex Feeding Unit

    Chapter 8 8.7 Duplex Feeding Unit 8.7.1 Overview 0018-9761 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N A different drive source is used for the duplexing feeding roller 1 and 2 depending on the model. iR3245/3235/3230: Duplexing feeding motor (M10) iR3225: Main motor (M22) + Duplexing feeding clutch (CL4) The duplexing reverse operation is performed by the work of the reversing roller.
  • Page 259: Sequence Of Image Formation

    Chapter 8 8.7.2 Sequence of Image Formation 0018-9762 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N - Configuration with an Accessory Installed A4/LTR 1-2 2-2 1-1 3-2 2-1 4-2 3-1 4 sheets A4/LTR 2-2 1-1 3-2 4-1 5-1 5 sheets A4/LTR 2-2 1-1 3-2...
  • Page 260: Flow Of Paper

    Chapter 8 8.7.3 Flow of Paper 0018-9763 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N A4/LTR, 5 Sheets, Delivery to Tray 1/2 A number in a circle indicates the 1st side, while a number in a square indicates the 2nd side. 8-28...
  • Page 261 Chapter 8 8-29...
  • Page 262: Parts Replacement Procedure

    Chapter 8 8.8.2 Pick-up Unit 2 8.8 Parts Replacement Procedure 8.8.2.1 Before Removing the Pickup Unit 2 0018-9812 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 8.8.1 Pick-up Unit 1 1) Remove the rear right cover. (page 10-16)Reference[Removing the 8.8.1.1 Before Removing the Pickup Unit 1 Rear Right Cover] 2) Remove the right cover (lower front).
  • Page 263: Sensor Mount

    Chapter 8 2) Disconnect the connector [1] and remove the screw [2] to remove the cas- 8.8.4 Sensor Mount sette pickup solenoid [3]. 3) Remove the bushing [4] and the 5 screws [5] to remove the sensor mount- ing plate [6]. 8.8.4.1 Before Removing the Sensor Mounting Plate 0018-9815 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N...
  • Page 264: Cassette Pick-up Motor 1

    Chapter 8 3) Detach the AC driver PCB mounting plate [2]. - 3 screws [1] Turn the gear to check that the movement is smooth. 8.8.5 Cassette Pick-up Motor 1 8.8.5.1 Before Removing the Cassette Pickup Motor 1 0018-9819 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Remove the upper rear cover.
  • Page 265: Cassette Pick-up Motor 2

    Chapter 8 8.8.7 Cassette Size Sensor 7) Remove the 5 screws [1] and remove the pickup motor base [2]. 8.8.7.1 Before Removing the Cassette Size Sensor 0018-9823 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Remove the rear right cover. (page 10-16)Reference[Removing the Rear Right Cover] 2) Release the right cover.
  • Page 266: Cassette Retry Paper Sensor

    Chapter 8 1) Remove the rear right cover. (page 10-16)Reference[Removing the 3) Detach the cover [1] from the base. Rear Right Cover] 2) Release the right cover. (page 10-36)Reference[Releasing the Right Cover] 3) Remove the right cover (lower front). (page 10-16)Reference[Remov- ing the Right Cover (Lower Front)] 4) Remove pickup unit 1.
  • Page 267: Removing The Slide Resistor

    Chapter 8 1) Remove the rear right cover. (page 10-16)Reference[Removing the 1) Remove the rear right cover. (page 10-16)Reference[Removing the Rear Right Cover] Rear Right Cover] 2) Remove the right cover. (page 10-37)Reference[Removing the Right 2) Release the right cover. (page 10-36)Reference[Releasing the Right Cover] Cover] 3) Remove the manual feed unit.
  • Page 268: When Replacing The Manual Feed Tray

    Chapter 8 3) Remove the manual feed tray unit [3]. 3) Remove the manual feed unit [1]. - 1 connector [2] - 4 screws [3] F-8-62 8.8.13.3 When Replacing the Manual Feed Tray 0019-8203 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Resister the paper width basic value.
  • Page 269: Manual Feeder Pad Up/down Solenoid

    Chapter 8 2) Remove the manual feed pickup roller [3] together with the shaft. 1) Remove the main motor mounting plate [5] (with the main motor). - 1 bushing [2] - 1 edge saddle [1] (removing the harness) 3) Remove the manual feed pickup roller [3] together with the shaft. - 4 screws [2] - 1 plastic E-ring [4] - 1 spring [3]...
  • Page 270 Chapter 8 2) Remove the plate [5]. - 1 edge saddle [1] (removing the harness) - 1 connector [2] - 2 screws [3] - 1 spring [4] Adjusting the Tension of the Main Motor 1) Temporarily fix the main motor mounting plate in place to the main drive unit.
  • Page 271: Removing The Manual Feeder Pad Up/down Solenoid (ir 3225)

    Chapter 8 1) Remove the plate [5]. - 1 edge saddle [1] (removing the harness) - 1 connector [2] - 2 screws [3] - 1 spring [4] 3) Removing the screw [1] and remove the manual feeder pad up/down so- lenoid [2].
  • Page 272: Manual Pick-up Clutch

    Chapter 8 8.8.17.2 Removing the Manual Feed Pickup Clutch (iR 3245/3235/3230) 0018-9867 iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Remove the fixing plate [6]. - 1 edge saddle [1] (removing the harness) - 1 connector [2] - 2 screws [3] - 1 bushing [4] - 1 bear ring [5] F-8-75...
  • Page 273: Manual Separation Pad

    Chapter 8 1) Remove the fixing plate [6]. 1) Detach the middle plate [5]. - 1 edge saddle [1] (removing the harness) 2) Remove the manual feed separation pad [6]. - 1 connector [2] - 2 screws [3] - 1 bushing [4] - 1 bear ring [5] F-8-80 8.8.19 Registration Clutch...
  • Page 274: Vertical Path Roller

    Chapter 8 1) Free the harness [2] from the 1 wire saddle [3]. 3) Hold the tab to remove the pickup roller [1]/feed roller [2]/separation roll- - 1 connector [1] er [3]. - 2 reuse-bands [4] F-8-85 F-8-82 2) Open the 3 way unit [1] and remove the 2 screws [2]. Point to note when replacing the feed roller/separation roller 3) Close the 3 way unit [1] and remove the 2 screws [3].
  • Page 275: Duplex Feed Roller 2

    Chapter 8 2) Release the claw [A] of the bushing at the front side to move it toward the 3) Move the bushing [1] and the duplex feed roller 2 [2] in the direction of rear, and then remove the vertical path roller [2] upward. the arrow to remove.
  • Page 276: Duplex Feed Sensor

    Chapter 8 8.8.26 Duplex Feed Clutch 3) Remove the duplex feed motor [3]. - 1 timing belt [1] - 2 screws [2] 8.8.26.1 Before Removing the Duplex Feed Clutch (iR 3225) 0018-9881 iR3225 / iR3225N 1) Remove the upper rear cover. (page 10-17)Reference[Removing the Upper Rear Cover] 2) Remove the lower rear cover.
  • Page 277: Fixing/ Delivery Drive Assembly

    Chapter 8 8.8.27.2 Removing the Delivery Unit 1 3) Remove the 5 screws [1] to remove fixing/delivery drive Unit 1 [2]. 0018-9887 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Remove the 3 screws [2] (the left 2 screws are stepped screws) to remove the delivery Unit 1 [1].
  • Page 279 Chapter 9 Fixing System...
  • Page 281 Contents Contents 9.1 Construction ...................................9-1 9.1.1 Specifications, Control Mechanisms, and Functions ........................9-1 9.1.2 Major Components..................................9-1 9.2 Basic Sequence ................................9-2 9.2.1 Power-On Sequence..................................9-2 9.2.2 Down Sequence ................................... 9-2 9.3 Various Control Mechanisms............................9-3 9.3.1 Controlling the Speed of the Fixing Film ............................ 9-3 9.3.1.1 Controlling the Fixing Film Speed in Response to Low Temperature ......................9-3 9.3.1.2 Controlling the Fixing Film Speed..................................9-3 9.3.2 Controlling the Fixing Film Temperature............................
  • Page 283: Construction

    Chapter 9 9.1 Construction 9.1.1 Specifications, Control Mechanisms, and Functions 0018-9770 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N T-9-1 Item Description Fixing method on-demand fixing (by fixing film + pressure roller) Fixing heater plate-type heater Control temperature no temperature control in the standby mode Fixing drive control by control of fixing film speed...
  • Page 284: Basic Sequence

    Chapter 9 9.2 Basic Sequence 9.2.1 Power-On Sequence 0018-9772 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N If the thermistor detection temperature is less than 100 deg C when the power is turned on or the sleep mode is released, the control described below is performed. 1) Increases the speed of the fixing motor in phases (1/4 speed to 1/2 speed and then to normal speed).
  • Page 285: Various Control Mechanisms

    Chapter 9 9.3 Various Control Mechanisms 9.3.1 Controlling the Speed of the Fixing Film 9.3.1.1 Controlling the Fixing Film Speed in Response to Low Temperature 0018-9774 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N As in the morning, driving the fixing film in a low-temperature environment without warm-up could cause the film to become displaced. In consideration of this fact, the fixing motor (M3) is started up in phases (1/4 speed to 1/2 speed and then to normal speed).
  • Page 286: Controlling The Power Supply At Start-up

    Chapter 9 9.3.2.3 Controlling the Power Supply at Start-Up 0018-9778 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The start-up power supply control is performed to the fixing heater (H1/H11, H2/H12) so as to raise the temperature of the fixing assembly to the required temper- ature for fixing in a short time.
  • Page 287: Fixing Film Cleaning

    Chapter 9 9.3.3 Cleaning 9.3.3.1 Fixing Film Cleaning 0018-9784 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Purpose In the event of a jam or when wear on the fixing film advances, the fixing film is rotated idly for collection of toner from both the film and the pressure roller to the cleaning roller.
  • Page 288: Protective Functions

    Chapter 9 9.4 Protective Functions 9.4.1 Protective Functions 0018-9786 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N As part of its protective mechanism, the machine has a thermo switch (TP1), triacs, and a relay. Protective measures according to location are described below: When the thermistor is out of order Software detects a failure, and the triac and the relay are turned off.
  • Page 289: Detecting An Error

    Chapter 9 9.4.2 Detecting an Error 0018-9787 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N T-9-3 Error code Detail code Symptom Description E000 0001 The fixing temperature fails to increase. When each of the following conditions is detected for 200 msec or more continuously, the machine assumes that an error has occurred.
  • Page 290: Parts Replacement Procedure

    Chapter 9 9.5 Parts Replacement Procedure 9.5.1 Fixing Unit 9.5.1.1 Before Removing the Fixing Unit 0018-9895 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Remove the rear right cover. (page 10-16)Reference[Removing the Rear Right Cover] 2) Release the right cover. (page 10-36)Reference[Releasing the Right Cover] 9.5.1.2 Removing the Fixing Unit 0018-9896...
  • Page 291: Cleaning Roller

    Chapter 9 1) Remove the E-ring [1] to remove the drive gear [2]. The insulating bush may be of 2 different shapes: one for the iR3245 / iR3235 / iR3230 and the other for the iR3225. If the machine is an iR3225, be sure to pay attention to the direction of the protrusion of the insulating bush.
  • Page 292: Fixing Film

    Chapter 9 3) Remove the cleaning holder [1]. 3) Detach the fixing film cover [3]. - 1 screw [1] - 1 stepped screw [2] F-9-14 F-9-17 The foregoing steps assume that the fixing unit has already been removed from the machine. The cleaning roller can be also removed while the fixing unit is attached to the machine by following the same steps above.
  • Page 293 Chapter 9 4) Remove the screw [1] to detach the left side plate [2]. F-9-19 5) Remove the 3 screws [1, 2]. 7) Turn the pressure gear [1] in the direction of the arrow to release the pres- sure roller. F-9-20 6) Slide the left side plate [1] in the direction of the arrow to remove.
  • Page 294: Internal Delivery Sensor

    Chapter 9 9) Turn the pressure plate [1] in the direction of the arrow to release. 14) Disconnect the relay connector [1] of the signal cable from the connector holder [2]. F-9-25 10) While pushing down the release lever (front) [1] with your finger, pull out the heater contact [2].
  • Page 295: Fixing Film Sensor

    Chapter 9 1) Disconnect the connector [2] of the harness [1]. 2) Remove the 2 screws [1] to detach the grounding plate [2]. F-9-33 F-9-36 2) Remove the front latch [2] of the internal delivery sensor [1] to remove 3) Remove the screw [1] to detach the sensor cover [2]. the internal delivery sensor.
  • Page 296: Fixing Inlet Guide

    Chapter 9 6) Disconnect the connector [1] to remove the fixing film sensor [2]. F-9-40 9.5.7 Fixing Inlet Guide 9.5.7.1 Before Removing the Fixing Inlet Guide 0019-3549 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Remove the rear right cover. (page 10-16)Reference[Removing the Rear Right Cover] 2) Release the right cover.
  • Page 297 Chapter 10 External and Controls...
  • Page 299 Contents Contents 10.1 Control Panel................................10-1 10.1.1 Overview....................................10-1 10.1.2 LCD Indication Processing ..............................10-1 10.1.3 Adjusting the LCD Contrast ..............................10-1 10.1.4 Adjusting Fax Sound Volume..............................10-1 10.1.5 Functions of the Control Panel CPU............................10-2 10.2 Counters ..................................10-3 10.2.1 Overview....................................10-3 10.2.2 Timing of Increasing the Count ...............................
  • Page 300 Contents 10.5.1.7.1 Removing the Right Cover (Lower Front) ............................10-16 10.5.1.8 Right Cover (Rear)....................................10-16 10.5.1.8.1 Removing the Rear Right Cover............................... 10-16 10.5.1.9 Inside Right Cover ....................................10-16 10.5.1.9.1 Before Removing the Inside Right Cover............................10-16 10.5.1.9.2 Removing the Inside Right Cover ..............................10-16 10.5.1.10 Inside Bottom Cover ....................................
  • Page 301 Contents 10.5.8 Control Panel Key Switch PCB ............................. 10-28 10.5.8.1 Before Removing the Control Panel KEY PCB ............................10-28 10.5.8.2 Removing the Control Panel KEY PCB ..............................10-28 10.5.9 Control Panel CPU PCB ................................ 10-28 10.5.9.1 Before Removing the Control Panel CPU PCB............................10-28 10.5.9.2 Removing the Control Panel CPU PCB..............................10-29 10.5.10 Control Panel USB PCB ..............................
  • Page 303: Control Panel

    Chapter 10 10.1 Control Panel 10.1.1 Overview 0019-3744 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The control panel for this equipment consists of the PCBs, LCD, and touch panel shown in the diagram and has main functions described below; - LCD indication - Adjusting the LCD contrast - Adjusting fax sound volume...
  • Page 304: Functions Of The Control Panel Cpu

    Chapter 10 10.1.5 Functions of the Control Panel CPU 0019-3759 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N - Monitoring key input: Transmits input with keypad and function key to the CPU on the main controller PCB. - Monitoring input with the touch panel Transmits key inputs with the touch panel to the CPU on the main controller PCB.
  • Page 305: Counters

    Chapter 10 10.2 Counters 10.2.1 Overview 0018-9981 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The machine is equipped with counters that keep track of printouts according to the type of printer unit. The counters are indicated in response to a press on the Check key on the control panel.
  • Page 306: Fans

    Chapter 10 10.3 Fans 10.3.1 Overview 0018-9983 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N T-10-3 Symbol Name Filter 2-speed control Functions etc Heat discharge fan (rear) Cooling the fixing assembly Heat discharge fan (front) Cooling the fixing assembly F-10-2 T-10-4 Symbol...
  • Page 307: Speed Control

    Chapter 10 10.3.2 2-speed control 0018-9984 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N There are 2 types of speed to control the heat exhaust fan (rear) (FM1) and heat exhaust fan (front) (FM2). Voltage switch PCB unit of each fan switches the voltage to change the speed of rotation. DC controller PCB Full-speed 24V or 12V...
  • Page 308: Power Supply System

    Chapter 10 10.4 Power Supply System 10.4.1 Power Supply 10.4.1.1 Power Supply Route Inside the Printer 0019-0026 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The 24V power supply PCB and the 12V power supply PCB provide the DC power supply for this equipment. The relay PCB and the option power supply PCB provide the DC power supply for options.
  • Page 309 Chapter 10 J483 J543 ELCB1 DADF J478 J532 All-night Main controller power supply J474 J534 J479 24VU2 Reader controller J535 12VA2 power supply J539 J480 J476 Relay PCB J482 24VU1 power supply J540 24VU2 Controller J531 AC driver PCB 3 way unit J536 J485 J471...
  • Page 310: Power Supply Route In The Reader Unit

    Chapter 10 10.4.1.2 Power Supply Route in the Reader Unit 0019-0027 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N In the reader controller PCB, 24V DC power which is supplied from the printer unit is used to drive motors and to turn on the LED of the CCD unit (generated by the LED driver PCB).
  • Page 311: Connection To Options

    Chapter 10 10.4.1.4 Connection to Options 0019-0029 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N F-10-8 [1] DADF I/F cable [2] Finisher-AE1/Saddle Finisher-AE2 I/F cable [3] Cassette pedestal I/F cable [4] Side paper deck AC cable [5] Side paper deck I/F cable [6] Pickup AC cable [7] AC input [A] DADF-U1...
  • Page 312: Rated Output Of The 12v Power Supply Pcb

    Chapter 10 10.4.2.2 Rated Output of the 12V Power Supply PCB 0019-0032 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N T-10-10 Name of output 12VA All night/non-all night Non-all night Rated output 12.3 V Tolerance -/+ 4 % 10.4.2.3 Rated Output of the Option Power Supply PCB 0019-0033 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N...
  • Page 313: Energy-saving Function

    Chapter 10 10.4.5 Energy-Saving Function 10.4.5.1 Overview 0019-0039 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1. Standby mode The mode during operations or when an operation is ready to start. All power supplies are provided. 2. Sleep mode 2-1.
  • Page 314: Snmp Settings

    Chapter 10 10.4.5.3 SNMP Settings 0019-0044 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N In the case that this equipment is used as a Windows printer, Windows gets periodically the status of this equipment when 'Use SNMP' is set; and therefore, this equipment cannot go into a complete sleep state.
  • Page 315 Chapter 10 2) Uncheck 'SNMP Status Enabled'. F-10-11 10-13...
  • Page 316: Parts Replacement Procedure

    Chapter 10 10.5.1.3.2 Removing the Delivery Tray Rear Cover 10.5 Parts Replacement Procedure 0019-2145 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Remove the 4 screws [1] and remove the delivery tray rear cover [2]. 10.5.1 External Covers 10.5.1.1 Delivery Tray 10.5.1.1.1 Removing the Delivery Tray 0019-2141...
  • Page 317: Support Cover

    Chapter 10 1) Press the release button [1] and open the right cover [2]. 10.5.1.5 Support Cover 10.5.1.5.1 Before Removing the Support Cover 0019-2149 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Remove the front cover unit. (page 10-17)Reference[Removing the Front Cover Unit] 2) Remove the delivery tray.
  • Page 318: Right Cover (lower Front)

    Chapter 10 10.5.1.7 Right Cover (Lower Front) 4) Remove the inside base cover. (page 10-16)Reference[Removing the Inside Base Cover] 10.5.1.7.1 Removing the Right Cover (Lower Front) 10.5.1.9.2 Removing the Inside Right Cover 0019-2155 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 0019-2158 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Open the cassette lower right cover [1] (in the case that the 2-cassette ped-...
  • Page 319: Removing The Front Cover Unit

    Chapter 10 2) Remove the lower rear cover [3]. 10.5.1.11 Front Cover Unit - 1 pedestal connector [1] - 5 screws [2] 10.5.1.11.1 Removing the Front Cover Unit 0019-2170 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Open the front cover [1].
  • Page 320: Left Cover (lower)

    Chapter 10 1) Free the 2 claws [1] with a flat-blade screwdriver and remove the delivery 10.5.1.15 Left Cover (Lower) cover [1]. 10.5.1.15.1 Removing the Lower Left Cover 0019-2175 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Pull out the cassettes 1 and 2 [1].
  • Page 321: Reader Left Cover

    Chapter 10 4) Remove the reader front cover [1]. 10.5.1.19 Reader Left Cover - 2 screws [2] 10.5.1.19.1 Removing the Reader Left Cover 0019-5697 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Remove the reader left cover [1]. - 2 screws [2] F-10-36 10.5.1.22 Reader Rear Cover...
  • Page 322: Fax Unit Cover

    Chapter 10 10.5.1.23 FAX Unit Cover 1) Remove the following parts. - 2 flat cables [2, 4] - 1 connector [6] (removing it while pressing the edges [5] in the direction 10.5.1.23.1 Removing the FAX Unit Cover shown by the arrows) - 1 guide [7] (removing the harness [9]) 0019-4151 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N...
  • Page 323: Control Panel Lower Cover

    Chapter 10 3) Remove the control panel inside frame [4]. 1) Press the release button [1] and open the right cover [2]. - 9 screws [1, 3] - 1 ground [2] F-10-42 F-10-44 10.5.1.25 Control Panel Lower Cover 2) Remove the gear [2] and the cam [4] (releasing the claws [1, 3]). 10.5.1.25.1 Removing the Control Panel Lower Cover 0019-8307 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N...
  • Page 324: Removing The Main Drive Unit (ir 3225)

    Chapter 10 3) Remove the following parts. [BK] - 7 wire saddles [1] (removing the harness) - 2 edge saddles [2] (removing the harness) - 1 reuse band [3] - 4 fastons [4] - 5 connectors [5] [WH] [WH] [BK] 10.5.2.3 Removing the Main Drive Unit (iR 3225) 0019-8352 iR3225 / iR3225N...
  • Page 325 Chapter 10 2) Remove the gear [2] and the cam [4] (releasing the claws [1, 3]). 4) Remove the 4 screws [2] and remove the main drive unit [1]. Do not touch the screws that are glued in place. F-10-51 F-10-49 3) Remove the following parts.
  • Page 326: Power Supply Unit

    Chapter 10 4) Remove the DC power unit [4]. 10.5.3 Power Supply Unit - 2 connectors [1] - 1 edge saddle [2] - 1 reuse band [3] 10.5.3.1 Before Removing the 12V Power Supply PCB 0019-3687 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Remove the upper rear cover.
  • Page 327: Before Removing The 24v Power Supply Pcb

    Chapter 10 7) Remove the 12V power supply PCB [1]. 1) Remove the rubber cap [1], and remove the screw [2]. - 4 screws [2] - 1 PCB support [3] F-10-57 F-10-59 2) Press the release button [1] and open the right cover [2]. 10.5.3.3 Before Removing the 24V Power Supply PCB 0019-3690 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N...
  • Page 328: Control Panel Lcd Unit

    Chapter 10 4) Slide the control panel unit [1] in the direction of the arrow. 8) Free the claw [1] in the direction [A], and remove the control panel con- nector cover [2] in the direction [B]. F-10-62 5) Reverse the control panel unit [1]. 6) Free the harness [3] from the wire saddle [2].
  • Page 329: Removing The Control Panel Lcd

    Chapter 10 2-3) Remove the FAX unit [1] in the direction of the arrow. 10.5.5.2 Removing the Control Panel LCD - 4 screws (RS tightening; M3X8.5) [2] 0018-9944 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Remove the 2 screws [2] and remove the control panel LCD [1]. F-10-67 10.5.6 DC Controller PCB 10.5.6.1 Removing the DC Controller PCB...
  • Page 330: Control Panel Inverter Pcb

    Chapter 10 COPIER> FUNCTION> MISC-P> P-PRINT ing the Control Panel Inside Frame] 10.5.8.2 Removing the Control Panel KEY PCB After replacement/RAM clear: 1) Execute DC controller setting value/counter clear. 0018-9950 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N COPIER>...
  • Page 331: Removing The Control Panel Cpu Pcb

    Chapter 10 1) Remove the control panel USB PCB [1]. 10.5.9.2 Removing the Control Panel CPU PCB - 1 USB connector [2] - 2 screws [3] 0018-9952 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Remove the control panel CPU PCB [7]. - 2 flat cables [2, 4] - 3 connectors [5] - 4 screws [6]...
  • Page 332: Ac Driver Pcb

    Chapter 10 4) Disconnect the 2 connectors [1]. 1) Remove the screw [1] and the Environment heater outlet [2]. F-10-78 2) Remove the AC driver PCB [3]. - 3 wire saddles [1] (removing the harness) - 3 edge saddles [2] (removing the harness) - 15 connectors [4] - 5 screws (w/washer) [5] F-10-76...
  • Page 333: Option Power Supply Pcb

    Chapter 10 1) Remove the option power supply PCB mounting plate [3]. 1) Remove the option power supply PCB [1]. - 2 wire saddles [1] (removing the harness) - 7 connectors [2] - 1 edge saddles [2] (removing the harness) - 5 screws [3] - 7 connectors [4] - 5 screws [5]...
  • Page 334: Removing The High-voltage Power Supply Pcb

    Chapter 10 the Toner Container Cover] 4) Remove the guide [1] in the direction of the arrows [A], [B], and [C] in 5) Remove the delivery tray. (page 10-14)Reference[Removing the Deliv- this order. ery Tray] 6) Remove the left cover. (page 10-17)Reference[Removing the Left Cov- 7) Remove the inside base cover.
  • Page 335: Exhaust Fan

    Chapter 10 1) Remove the power supply cooling fan [4]. 3) Remove the feeder guide [1]. - 1 wire saddle [1] - 1 connector [2] - 2 screws [3] F-10-92 4) Remove the 6 screws [1] and the feeder guide (lower) [2]. F-10-89 10.5.18 Exhaust Fan 10.5.18.1 Removing the Exhaust Fan...
  • Page 336: Motor Of Main Drive Assembly

    Chapter 10 1) Press the release button [1] and open the right cover [2]. 5) Separate the 3 way unit [1] from the right cover. F-10-99 6) Pull out the exhaust fan filter [1]. F-10-95 2) Remove the screw [1] and the fixing plate [2]. F-10-100 10.5.20 Motor of Main Drive Assembly 10.5.20.1 Before Removing the Main Motor (iR 3245/3235/...
  • Page 337: Before Removing The Main Motor (ir 3225)

    Chapter 10 Upper Rear Cover] 2) Remove the lower rear cover. (page 10-17)Reference[Removing the Lower Rear Cover] 10.5.20.4 Removing the Main Motor (iR 3225) 0019-8360 iR3225 / iR3225N 1) Remove the main motor [3]. - 1 connector [1] - 4 screws [2] Adjusting the Tension of the Main Motor 1) Temporarily fix the main motor mounting plate in place to the main drive unit.
  • Page 338: Right Door/right Cover

    Chapter 10 2) Remove the fixing driver motor [1]. 3) Remove the screw [1] and the fixing plate [2]. - 1 connectors [2] - 4 screws [3] F-10-106 4) Remove the feeder guide [1]. F-10-104 10.5.22 Right Door/Right Cover 10.5.22.1 Releasing the Right Cover 0019-8190 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N F-10-107...
  • Page 339: Removing The Right Cover

    Chapter 10 1) Remove the 2 shafts [5]. - 1 connector [1] - 1 reuse band [2] - 1 wire saddles [3] - 3 screws [4] F-10-110 2) While releasing the hinge, remove the right cover [1]. Points to Note When Installing the Right Cover Be sure to fit the claws (protrusion) at the end plate of the host machine in the corresponding holes of the hinges and then tighten the screws.
  • Page 340 Chapter 10 Points to Note When Installing the Right Cover Be sure to fit the claws (protrusion) at the end plate of the host machine in the corresponding holes of the hinges and then tighten the screws. If not, the right cover may not correctly close. The double hinge is employed for the right cover of the equipment.
  • Page 341: Circuit Breaker

    Chapter 10 2) Remove the 4 fastons [1] and the circuit breaker [2]. 10.5.23 Circuit Breaker 10.5.23.1 Before Removing the Circuit Breaker 0019-3708 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Remove the upper rear cover. (page 10-17)Reference[Removing the Upper Rear Cover] 2) Remove the lower rear cover.
  • Page 343 Chapter 11 MEAP...
  • Page 345 Contents Contents 11.1 MEAP..................................11-1 11.1.1 Overview....................................11-1 11.1.2 Changes....................................11-1 11.1.3 Checking the Operating Environment ............................. 11-1 11.1.4 Setting Up the Network ................................11-4 11.1.5 Login to SMS ................................... 11-6 11.1.6 Setting the method to login to SMS ............................11-8 11.1.7 Checking Application List ..............................
  • Page 347: Meap

    Changes to configuration of login application Changes have been made to the configuration of the login application since the iR3245 series. Details of the changes are as follows. -The Simple Device Login (SDL) and earlier Single Sign On (SSO) features have been merged into the Single Sign On-H (SSO-H) feature.
  • Page 348 Chapter 11 Operating System Supported browser Windows Server 2003 Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 SP1 Windows Server 2003 R2 Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 SP2 Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 Windows Vista Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 Mac OS X 10.3 Safari 1.3.2 Mac OS X 10.4 Safari 2.0.4 Domain authentication management In order to use domain authentication in SSO-H, the following sytem environments are required.
  • Page 349 Chapter 11 T-11-7 System environments for administrator and ordinary user (when using IPv6 communication) Operating System Supported browser Java Runtime Environment Windows XP Professional Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 SP1, Microsoft Internet Explorer 6: Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 SP2, Sun Java Runtime Environment 1.3or later Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 Microsoft Internet Explorer 7: Sun Java Runtime Environment 1.3or later...
  • Page 350: Setting Up The Network

    Security Agent (SA.exe) needs to be added as an exceptional program of Windows Firewall. If not being designated a directory of installation, SA.exe is stored in the following directory. C:\Program Files\Canon\SSOPackage\SecurityAgent - In the case that Active Directory has been constructed in Windows Server 2003 SP1/Server 2003 R2 and Windows Firewall is set enabled, TCP port '5678' used by Security Agent needs to be added in Windows Firewall.
  • Page 351 Chapter 11 MEMO: If the System manager ID and system password have already been assigned, ID Entry dialog appears after System Settings button is pressed. Enter the system manager ID and the password, and click ID key to go into System Management Mode. F-11-1 2) Make the following selections: [MEAP Settings] button >...
  • Page 352: Login To Sms

    Chapter 11 - The setting [Use HTTP] is not actually enabled/disabled until you have turned off and then on the device's main power switch. - You cannot make a connection through a proxy server. If a proxy server is in use, enter the IP address of the MEAP device in the Exceptions field for the browser. Open Internet Options dialog of Internet Explorer and select Connections tab, LAN Settings button, Use a proxy server option, and Advanced button of Proxy server group.
  • Page 353 - When using SDL as the login service, enter the user information registered in the device, as per local device authentication. - Only the following users may us SMS via RLS. - In the case of domain authentication, users belonging to the Canon Peripheral Admins Group. - In the case of local device authentication, users registered with Administrator privileges.
  • Page 354: Setting The Method To Login To Sms

    Chapter 11 F-11-6 11.1.6 Setting the method to login to SMS 0019-9206 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The SMS login method settings are done by setting the login Start/ Stop via the other login method. In other words, the password authentication Start/ Stop setting is done by first logging in with RLD authentication, and the RLS authentication Start/ Stop setting is done by first logging in with password authentication.
  • Page 355 Chapter 11 Login screen (In case authentication method is SSO-H) F-11-7 2) Select [System Management] tab > [Utility] tab > [Application Management Function] tab. F-11-8 3) Enter a check mark against the SMS Installer Service (Password Authentication) radio button and click on either Start or Stop. Check that the status has changed accordingly.
  • Page 356 Chapter 11 F-11-9 4) Logout once and login again to check to see that the setting is applied properly. When password authentication has been set to Start, the password entry window will now be displayed. If password authentication has been set to Stop, when an attempt is made to log in, the error message shown below will be displayed and login will not be possible.
  • Page 357 Chapter 11 2) Select [System Management] tab > [Utility] tab > [Application Management Function] tab. F-11-12 3) Enter a check mark against the SMS Installer Service (Remote Login Service Authentication) radio button and click on either Start or Stop. Check that the status has changed accordingly.
  • Page 358: Checking Application List

    Chapter 11 11.1.7 Checking Application List 0019-9207 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The page of Application List is designed to show resources arranged according to applications. The page gives you a good idea of how much of the device's memory is being used by the applications (both in absolute and relative terms) as well as how much memory still remains.
  • Page 359: Checking The Platform Information

    Chapter 11 F-11-16 4) Check to see that the status of the MEAP application in question is either "Started" or "Stopped." F-11-17 11.1.9 Checking the Platform Information 0019-9209 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N You can check the versions of MEAP Contents, MEAP Specifications, and Java Virtual Machine of the device. Some applications may not be installed to some MEAP devices of specific specifications.
  • Page 360: Meap Specifications

    Chapter 11 F-11-18 MEMO: iR3245 was made MFID enabled, so MFID information was added to the platform information. (For details, see 'MFID' in this manual.) 11.1.10 MEAP Specifications 0019-9210 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N What is MEAP Specifications (MEAP Spec Version)? MEAP Specifications is one of the information required to judge whether MEAP applications can be operated or not.
  • Page 361 Chapter 11 MEAP application declares 1 or more MEAP Specifications required for its execution. Declaration of multiple Device Specification IDs means that the application is operable in all the environments declared. Upon installation of MEAP application in SMS or MEAP Enterprise Service Manager, matching of MEAP Specifica- tions is executed on the side of MEAP platform machine.
  • Page 362: Mfid

    Chapter 11 CCNT MEAPSpecVer after Firmware Product Name USA EUR OCE SPL KOR Initial MEAPSpecVer Upgrade 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15,17, 18 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15,17, 18(System iR 7105 (Ver.up) v51.xx later) iR 7095 (Ver.up) iR 7086 (Ver.up) iR 7095P (Ver.up)
  • Page 363 This means that existing MEAP applications can now be installed into new models without being altered. MFID display sample F-11-19 T-11-15 MFID definitions MFID Overview Correspondence situation of iR3245 series MB10 MEAP basic functions (Java VM, OSGi, etc.) UIM10 UI functions (VGA size) LO10 Login function IMB10...
  • Page 364: Checking The System Information Of A Meap Application With Sms

    Chapter 11 DID:P OC:MB10 (basic functions) UIM20 (UI functions) PR10 (printer functions) It is not possible to install it be cause there is no SC10. Device 1 In st a lled M EAP Application DID:Q OC:MB10 (basic functions) DID:# UIM10 (UI functions) OC:MB10 (basic functions) SC10 (scanner functions) UIM20 (UI functions)
  • Page 365: Printing The System Information Of A Meap Application

    Chapter 11 MEAP Function ID MEAP Specification ID F-11-22 11.1.13 Printing the System Information of a MEAP Application 0019-9214 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Make the following selections: [Additional Functions] button > [System Settings] button> the down-arrow button. MEMO: If the System manager ID and system password have already been assigned, ID Entry dialog appears after System Settings button is pressed.
  • Page 366: Reference (application System Information)

    Application Name: C-Cabinet Gateway for MEAP Application ID/System Application Name: 03a46668-63e4-4636-9cbb-492b6cef05d5 Application Version: 1.0.0 Status: Resolved Installed on: Tue Oct 21 14:00:11 GMT+09:00 2003 Vendor : Canon Inc. License Status : Installed Maximum Memory Usage : 1024 Registered Service : Application Name It is the name (bundle-name) declared in a statement within the application program.
  • Page 367: Installing An Application

    - To install an application, the user needs to use the following URL when accessing the license control system to obtain a license file. In doing so, he/she needs to register the license access number of the application and the serial number of the device. http://www.canon.com/meap/ -Maximum 20 applications can be installed (In iR5160/iR6060/iR2250/iR2850/iR3350, one is the portal service already installed at the time of shipment from the factory) -The following are the resource amounts assured for each device in the operation of one MEAP application.
  • Page 368 Chapter 11 F-11-25 3) Check that Install Application/License page appears. 4) Click [Browse] button, and select the application file and the license file of the application; then, click [OK] button. MEMO: Application File: identified by the extension "jar". License File: identified by the extension "lic". F-11-26 5) See the message "Installing...Please wait a moment."...
  • Page 369: Meap Enterprise Service Manager

    Chapter 11 F-11-27 - You cannot install only the license. - You will not be able to install the application without using the appropriate license. Be sure to select its license file. - If you are adding a license to an existing application, see 1.3.10 Adding a License File. - If you are updating an existing application, stop the application;...
  • Page 370: Adding A License File

    Chapter 11 The main targets are system administrators in big companies and CANON service engineers (end users of devices do not use). It is used when customized applications delivered to a certain company needs to be managed collectively. Previous SMS can manage only one device at a time. This utility reduces the management cost of devices and TCO.
  • Page 371 Chapter 11 F-11-30 5) Click [Browse] button, and select the license file you want to install. F-11-31 6) Click [Install] button. F-11-32 7) Check the content of the confirmation page, and click [OK] button. 11-25...
  • Page 372: Disabling A License File (suspending A License)

    Chapter 11 11.1.18 Disabling a License File (suspending a license) 0019-9219 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N - To invalidate (or suspend) a license, you must first stop the application in question. - Once suspended, the status of the license will be 'Not Installed', and its application will no longer be available for use. - You can later restore a suspended license file as long as you are doing so on the same iR, the device with the same device serial number.
  • Page 373: Downloading/removing An Invalidated License File

    Chapter 11 F-11-35 4) Click [Disable] button. F-11-36 5) Click [OK]. 11.1.19 Downloading/Removing an Invalidated License File 0019-9220 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N You must remove the invalidated license file before uninstalling an application. If re-installation is a possibility, you may download the license file to a PC for storage.
  • Page 374 Chapter 11 F-11-37 4) Check Application Information page appears. 5) On Application Information page, click [License Management] tab. F-11-38 6) License Management page appears. To download, click [Download] button. F-11-39 7) When you have selected [Download] button, specify where you want to store the file by following the instructions on the screen. 11-28...
  • Page 375: Reusable License

    Chapter 11 8) To delete, click [Delete] button. F-11-40 9) Check the confirm page appears. 10) Click [OK] button. - Without the license file, an application cannot be reinstalled even to the MEAP device that the application had been installed last time. Download and save the license file before deleting the application.
  • Page 376 Chapter 11 F-11-41 2) Move to the download page of license forwarded for the device as sender (http:// IP address of device: 8000/sms/ForwardLicense). F-11-42 3) Specify the application to be forwarded. F-11-43 4) Click [Create] at Create Transfer License File. 11-30...
  • Page 377 Chapter 11 F-11-44 5) The window to confirm whether to create a transfer licence will be displayed. Click [OK]. F-11-45 6) Icon of license file for forwarding is displayed in the box of license file downloading. Click [Download]. F-11-46 7) The dialogue [Open] is displayed. Click [Save]. 11-31...
  • Page 378: Uninstalling An Application

    Chapter 11 F-11-47 8) Specify the download destination, click [Save]. F-11-48 9) After downloading the license file for forwarding, click [Delete] to display the confirmation screen and click [OK] to delete the file (in consideration of breakage of license for forwarding, deleting disabled license can be executed after all steps have been completed). F-11-49 10) Log out of SMS.
  • Page 379: Login Service

    Chapter 11 - The status of the license must be 'Not Installed' or 'Unnecessary' for its application to be uninstalled. As necessary, go to License File Management page, and disable the license file before starting to remove it. - Dimmed [Uninstall] button shows that the selected application cannot be removed. - A license file may be invalidated only when its application is not active.
  • Page 380 Chapter 11 Important information when using conventional SSO and SDL - When the login method setting is for SDL, the information registered in SDL must match the Department ID management user information (department ID and password). - When the login method setting is for SDL and SSO, Department ID management needs to be [OFF] before making any changes. To use SDL and Department ID management together, switch the login service to SDL and then turn the Department ID management ON.
  • Page 381 Chapter 11 Differences from conventional SSO Domain B Domain C Domain B Domain C Device Device Domain A Domain A SSO-H F-11-51 Local device authentication This is an authentication method that is used for single iR devices. The authenticating users are registered in the iR device's database. User management is performed on the Web application provided by the device, or from the imageWARE Enterprise Management Console/ iW Management Console.
  • Page 382 System administrator linkage (automatic allocation of ID to administrator) [Restriction] With SSO, there was a function where ID programmed on SA would be allocated to domain authentication administrators (Canon Peripheral Admins Group users) on SA, and system administrators automatically authenticated, but with SSO-H this is now unsupported.
  • Page 383 Chapter 11 Active Directory will be accessed. Site information, once it has been acquired, is cached within the device. The life settings of the cache can be set so that site information in the cache is updated upon the first login after the device boots up, or so that the cache is not updated once acquired. Settings for site internal access mode Switching between site internal access mode/ non site internal access mode, as well as detailed mode settings, are done via DMS or iWEMC.
  • Page 384: Changing Login Services

    Available iW AMS V2.0 V1.1 *1: Not supported, since merged with SSO-H in devices from iR3245 series onward. SSO/SDL handling SSO Ver3.x Excluded from pre-installation, but included in Administrator's CD (SA also included). SSO included in the Administrator's CD from iR3245 onward has AMS functionality deleted and is provided as a non AMS enabled login application.
  • Page 385: Initializing The Password

    1) Get the switch license for initializing the password. Request the support of the regional headquarters of the Canon for switch license for initializing the password presenting the device serial number. 2) Click [Login] button leaving Password field blank or entering incorrect password. The Return to install Password Settings area appears. Click [Browse..] button and select the switch license file prepared in advance.
  • Page 386: Creating A Backup For Meap Application Area, Formatting The Hard Disk, Restoring The Meap Application Area With The Backup, Using The Sst (service Support Tool)

    If you cannot make a backup of the license files as hard disk suffers a fault, contact the support staff of the regional headquarters of Canon telling the device serial number and the names of MEAP applications installed to the device to obtain the necessary special license files.
  • Page 387: Meap Safe Mode

    Chapter 11 MEMO: When you replace the HDD without uninstalling MEAP applications, make sure to reinstall the previously installed applications. Unless reinstalling them, MEAP counter will not be released and the message "The number of applications that can be installed has exceeded the limit. Try to install this application after uninstalling other applications."...
  • Page 388: Setting Http Port For Meap Application (level 2)

    Chapter 11 F-11-61 If you want to end safe mode, repeat the steps but change '1' to '0' in step -7 and turn off and then on the main power. 11.1.29 Setting HTTP port for MEAP application (level 2) 0019-9230 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N For the ports in which the MEAP application uses, the default is 8000 for the port on HTTP server, and 8443 for the port on HTTPS server.
  • Page 389 Chapter 11 8) Press the port number to specify on the control panel (the numerical value input in the field is displayed), and press [OK] button. F-11-63 9) Check to see that it is reflected in setting field, and turn off the main power, and then, turn on the main power. F-11-64 <Setting Procedure of port on HTTPS server>...
  • Page 390: Usb Keyboard Support

    - As regards MEAP applications that can use MEAP standard software keyboards, the USB keyboard can be used along with native functionality. * The SSO, SSO-K and SDL Login applications provided by Canon Inc. use software keyboards, so they are able to use USB keyboards.
  • Page 391: Usb Memory Related Functions(supported Outside Of Japan And Europe)

    Chapter 11 MEMO: As the driver loaded for the USB device does not toggle dynamically, when any settings changes are made, power must be turned OFF/ ON. *NB: In the iR3245 models for Europe and Japan, these settings are not displayed. (The display of these settings can be turned on and off in service mode.) 11.1.31 USB memory related functions(supported outside of Japan and Europe) 0019-9234 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N...
  • Page 392 Chapter 11 F-11-69 USB memory To Print: Print PDF/TIFF/JPEG. (supported outside of Japan and Europe) Links with PDF direct print option to print out image data stored in USB memory. - Maximum printable size is 2GB. - Settings for enlarged/ reduced printing and N-up printing available. The following functions and settings cannot be used.
  • Page 393: Reference Material

    Esplet Type Application. A type of MEAP application that does not have a user interface on the device console or on the web browser. The term of "Esplet" is a coinage by Canon inspired from Applet, Servlet, and "Espresso". File descriptor With a file descriptor, an OS identifies the files that a program accesses.
  • Page 394: Option For Exclusive Individual Measure

    Chapter 11 Terms & Acronyms Definitions and Explanations MEAP Contents Required to install an MEAP application to a MEAP device. MEAP ESM MEAP Enterprise Service Manager. One of software programs composing the DSL, to be installed on a PC in a Windows environment.
  • Page 395 Chapter 11 3) Press [Option] button. 4) Press [BODY] button. 5) Press (arrow) button. 6) Press [UI-COPY] button. 7) Press either 0 (hide) or 1 (display) on control panel (the numerical value input in the field is displayed), and press [OK] button. 8) Check to see that it is reflected in setting field, and turn off the main power, and then, turn on the main power.
  • Page 396 Chapter 11 9) Check to see that it is reflected in setting field, and turn off the main power, and then, turn on the main power. 11-50...
  • Page 397: E-maintenance/imageware Remote

    Chapter 12 e-maintenance/imageWARE Remote...
  • Page 399 Contents Contents 12.1 e-maintenance/imageWARE Remote ........................12-1 12.1.1 Overview....................................12-1 12.1.2 Settings procedures .................................. 12-1 12.1.3 Troubleshooting guide ................................12-4 12.1.4 Service cautions ..................................12-7...
  • Page 401: Overview

    Chapter 12 12.1 e-maintenance/imageWARE Remote 12.1.1 Overview 0019-9430 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The e-Maintenance/imageWARE Remote system allows a customer's device information and status to be monitored via the Internet on a server called UGW (Uni- versal Gateway Server).
  • Page 402 Chapter 12 F-12-2 c. Press [OK]. d. Press [Close]. e. Additional Functions>System administration settings>Network settings>TCP/ IP settings>DNS settings>DNS server address settings. f. Set the IP address, based on the information obtained under (2) Advance preparations, Information item 2, described above. F-12-3 g.
  • Page 403 Chapter 12 F-12-5 m. Press [OK]. n. Press [OK]. o. Press [Close]. p. Press the Reset key to quit the Additional Functions. q. Turn the device OFF/ ON. (4) e-Maintenance/imageWARE Remote settings a. Select Service mode>COPIER>Function>Clear>ERDS-DAT, and then press [OK]. F-12-6 b.
  • Page 404: Troubleshooting Guide

    Chapter 12 F-12-8 12.1.3 Troubleshooting guide 0019-9435 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N If the communication test with UGW results in FAIL, follow the troubleshooting steps described below. (1) Initial procedures 1) Check connection Is the status indicator LED for the HUB port to which the main unit is connected ON? YES: Proceed to Step 2).
  • Page 405 Chapter 12 F-12-10 b) Press Cancel. c) Additional Functions/ Registration>System administration settings>Network settings>TCP/ IP settings>IPv4 settings>PING command. Input the primary DNS server noted down in step a) as the IP address, and then press Start. Is the response from the host displayed? YES: Proceed to step Troubleshooting using communication log.
  • Page 406 Chapter 12 T-12-1 Error text string Error description Cause Remedy SUSPEND: Communication E-RDS is ON, but the E-RDS has been booted up (device reboot) while E- Service test not performed communication test has RDS was ON but the communication test had not yet mode>Function>INSTALL>COM-TEST not completed.
  • Page 407: Service Cautions

    Chapter 12 Error text string Error description Cause Remedy Server certificate verification Server certificate The server URL and the server certificate URL are not Check that the value of Service error verification error (URL correct. mode>Function>Install>RGW-ADR is check) https://a01.ugwdevice.net/ugw/agentif010. Server address resolution error UGW server address The UGW server name has not been resolved.
  • Page 409: Chapter 13 Maintenance And Inspection

    Chapter 13 Maintenance and Inspection...
  • Page 411 Contents Contents 13.1 Periodically Replaced Parts ............................13-1 13.1.1 Overview....................................13-1 13.1.2 Periodically Replaced Parts ..............................13-1 13.2 Durables and Consumables ............................13-1 13.2.1 Overview....................................13-1 13.2.2 ADF......................................13-1 13.2.3 Reader ...................................... 13-1 13.2.4 Printer Unit....................................13-2 13.3 Scheduled Servicing Basic Procedure........................13-3 13.3.1 Scheduled Servicing for Reader Unit ............................
  • Page 413: Periodically Replaced Parts

    Chapter 13 13.1 Periodically Replaced Parts 13.1.1 Overview 0019-0496 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 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 414: Printer Unit

    Chapter 13 13.2.4 Printer Unit 0019-0506 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N [14] [14] [13] [12] [13] [11] [10] [10] F-13-1 T-13-2 As of Jun. 2008 Ref. Parts name Parts No. Q'ty Life Remarks Transfer roller FC5-1121 150,000 prints Static eliminator holder...
  • Page 415: Scheduled Servicing Basic Procedure

    Chapter 13 13.3 Scheduled Servicing Basic Procedure 13.3.1 Scheduled Servicing for Reader Unit 0019-0510 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N - As a rule, perform scheduled servicing every 120,000 prints. - Before setting out on a scheduled visit, check with the Service Book, and take parts for which replacement is expected. - If the power plug is exposed to dust, humidity, or oily smoke, the resulting buildup can prove to be a fire hazard.
  • Page 416: Scheduled Servicing For The Printer Unit

    Chapter 13 13.3.2 Scheduled Servicing for the Printer Unit 0019-0508 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Do not use solvents or oils other than those indicated. F-13-2 [1]Dust-blocking glass (clean) [2]Photosensitive drum butting spacer/feed guide (clean) [3]Transfer/feed guide (clean) [4]Fixing inlet guide (clean) 13-4...
  • Page 417 Chapter 13 T-13-4 Location Task Interval Remarks Laser Dust-blocking glass Clean 120,000 Wipe with dry cloth. scanner prints If dirt cannot come off, wipe it with alcohol and wipe with dry assembly cloth. Make sure to wipe it in the same direction. [1] Dust-blocking glass <Access method>...
  • Page 418 Chapter 13 Location Task Interval Remarks Fixing Fixing inlet guide Clean 120,000 Wipe with dry cloth. assembly prints If dirt cannot come off, wipe it with alcohol. (page 13- 7)[Cleaning Fixing Entrance Guide] [1] Fixing inlet guide <Access method> Remove the fixing unit. (page 13-7)[Cleaning Fixing Entrance Guide] 13-6...
  • Page 419: Cleaning

    Chapter 13 13.4 Cleaning 13.4.1 Cleaning Fixing Entrance Guide 0019-0513 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Remove the fixing assembly. 2) Remove the fixing entrance guide (upper) [1] in the direction of the arrow. - 1 screw with washer [2] F-13-3 3) While pushing up the claw [2], remove the fixing entrance guide (lower) [1] in the direction of the arrow.
  • Page 420: Cleaning The Mirror Inside Ccd Unit

    Chapter 13 13.4.2 Cleaning the Mirror inside CCD Unit 0019-5967 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N MEMO: Cleaning of the mirror inside the CCD unit is not usually necessary. However, if white streaks, etc. appear on the image, cleaning can be performed on the mirror.
  • Page 421 Chapter 13 5) Clean the mirror [2] with lint-free paper. When cleaning the mirror, be sure to hold the CCD cover [1] by hand (so as not to damage the harness). F-13-8 13-9...
  • Page 422 Chapter 13 MEMO: When cleaning the mirror No. 5 Only when soil is attached to the mirror No. 5 inside the CCD unit, dry-clean the mirror with a special cleaning tool. 1) Remove the cleaning tool [1] inside the reader unit. 2) Dry-clean the mirror No.
  • Page 423: Cleaning Film Bias Static Eliminator

    Chapter 13 13.4.3 Cleaning Film Bias Static Eliminator 0019-1040 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N 1) Remove the fixing unit. 2) Remove the grounding plate [2]. - 2 screws [1] F-13-9 3) Clean the film bias static eliminator [1] on the back of the grounding plate to remove the toner lump. F-13-10 13-11...
  • Page 424 Chapter 13 13-12...
  • Page 425 Chapter 14 Standards and Adjustments...
  • Page 427: After Replacing Developing Assembly/developing Cylinder

    Contents Contents 14.1 Image Adjustments ..............................14-1 14.1.1 Standards for Image Position ..............................14-1 14.1.2 Adjusting the Image Position..............................14-1 14.1.3 Left End Margin Adjustment (each pickup position basis) ..................... 14-2 14.2 Scanning System ................................14-4 14.2.1 After Replacing the Reader Controller PCB or Initializing the RAM..................14-4 14.2.2 When Replacing the CCD Unit..............................
  • Page 429: Image Adjustments

    Chapter 14 14.1 Image Adjustments If it is not within the standard, go through the following procedures to adjust 14.1.1 Standards for Image Position 0019-0516 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N If changing the value of service mode item in this adjustment, enter the changed value in the service label.
  • Page 430: Left End Margin Adjustment (each Pickup Position Basis)

    Chapter 14 A. In case of cassette pickup (cassette 1 to 4) 4. Adjusting the Leading Edge Non-Image Width Cassette 3, 4 applies when the cassette pedestal (option) is installed. Use service mode to make adjustments: 1) Pull out the corresponding cassette for adjustment. COPIER>...
  • Page 431 Chapter 14 4) Loosen the screw [2] on the adjustment plate [1]. (Figure shows the cas- 4) Adjust the position of the latch holding plate [1] on the deck open solenoid sette 1.) by loosening the 2 screws [2]. 5) Move the adjustment plate [1] toward front or back and tighten the screw Use the latch holding plate scale [3] for the reference of adjustment.
  • Page 432: Scanning System

    Chapter 14 When you have made all the foregoing adjustments, put the P-PRINT [1] (you have printed out) in the service book case, and dispose of the previous 14.2 Scanning System printout (P-PRINT). 14.2.1 After Replacing the Reader Controller PCB or Initializing the RAM 0019-6055 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N...
  • Page 433 Chapter 14 Execute the following in Service Mode: - ADF white level adjustment (COPIER > FUNCTION > CCD > DF- WLVL1/2/3/4) 14-5...
  • Page 434: Laser Exposure System

    Chapter 14 8) Execute shutdown and turn off/on the main power switch. (The main 14.3 Laser Exposure System power switch is automatically turned off when the shutdown process is executed.) 14.3.1 After Replacing the Laser Scanner Unit MEMO: 0019-8394 Execution of the following may delete the keys/certificates used for iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N encrypted communications and the CA certificates used for authentication of external server certificates:...
  • Page 435: When Replacing Dc Controller Pcb

    Chapter 14 14.5.3 When Replacing DC Controller PCB 0019-1085 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Points to note when turning OFF the main power To protect HDD, make sure to execute the shutdown sequence before turning OFF the main power switch.
  • Page 437 Chapter 15 Correcting Faulty Images...
  • Page 439 Contents Contents 15.1 Making Initial Checks ..............................15-1 15.1.1 Installation Procedure ................................15-1 15.1.2 Checking Paper ..................................15-1 15.1.3 Checking Paper Set .................................. 15-1 15.1.4 Checking Consumables................................15-1 15.1.5 Checking Periodical Service Item............................15-1 15.1.6 Checking Each Unit/Each Function System ..........................15-2 15.1.7 Others .......................................
  • Page 441: Installation Procedure

    / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N - Check that Canon recommended paper is used. - Check that the paper does not absorb the moisture. Pick out the paper from a new bulk and make a print with it.
  • Page 442: Checking Each Unit/each Function System

    - Check that the feed guide is not worn and deformed and has no cut/dirt. - Check that there is no edge fold/curl/wave/moisture absorption occurred on the paper. - Check if using Canon recommended paper/transparency makes it better or not. Drive system - Check that the drive system does not get heavy load.
  • Page 443: Clutch/solenoid

    Chapter 15 15.2 Outline of Electrical Components 15.2.1 Clutch/Solenoid 15.2.1.1 Clutches and Solenoids (Reader) 0019-0564 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The reader unit does not have a clutch or solenoid. 15.2.1.2 Clutches and Solenoids (Printer) 0019-0583 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N CL22...
  • Page 444: Motors (reader)

    Chapter 15 15.2.2 Motor 15.2.2.1 Motors (Reader) 0019-4691 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N F-15-2 T-15-2 Notation Name Description Parts No. Reader controller PCB FK2-6919 Scanner motor drives the carriage 15.2.2.2 Motors (Printer) 0019-0566 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N F-15-3 T-15-3 Notat...
  • Page 445: Fans (reader)

    Chapter 15 15.2.3 Fan 15.2.3.1 Fans (Reader) 0019-8612 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The reader unit does not have a fan. 15.2.3.2 Fans (Printer) 0019-0567 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N F-15-4 T-15-4 Notat...
  • Page 446: Sensor

    Chapter 15 15.2.4 Sensor 15.2.4.1 Sensors (Reader) 0019-4707 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N F-15-5 T-15-5 Notation Name Notation Parts No_ Reader controller PCB CCDHP sensor WG8-5776 detects the CCD home position copyboard cover open/closed WG8-5776 detects the state (open/closed) of the copyboard cover sensor (rear)
  • Page 447 Chapter 15 T-15-6 Notat Name Description Parts No. Destination Code Remarks P008-7 detects the presence/absence of cassette 1 paper sensor WG8-5823 DCON: J308 1: paper cassette 1 absent P008-15 detects the presence/absence of cassette 2 paper sensor WG8-5823 DCON: J308 1: paper cassette 2 absent...
  • Page 448: Switches (reader)

    Chapter 15 15.2.5 Switch 15.2.5.1 Switches (Reader) 0019-0569 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The reader unit does not have a switch. 15.2.5.2 Switches (Printer) 0019-0587 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N F-15-7 T-15-7 Notat...
  • Page 449: Lamps, Heaters, And Others (printer)

    Chapter 15 15.2.6.2 Lamps, Heaters, and Others (Printer) 0019-0571 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N H1, H2 HDD1 H11, H12 ELCB1 F-15-9 T-15-9 Notation Name Description Parts No. Destination Code Remarks fixing film unit: fixing main heater fixing main heater FM3-6166 (100V) AC driver: J471...
  • Page 450: Pcbs

    Chapter 15 15.2.7 PCBs 15.2.7.1 PCBs (Reader) 0019-4712 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N F-15-10 T-15-10 Name Part No. Description reader controller PCB FM3-6954 controls the reader unit/ADF LED driver PCB FM3-7131 controls the CCD 15.2.7.2 PCBs (Printer) 0019-0572 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N...
  • Page 451 Chapter 15 T-15-11 Notat Ref. Name Description Parts No. Remarks 24V power supply PCB DC24V generation FK2-6317 12V power supply PCB DC12V generation FK2-6319 relay PCB FM3-5050 FK2-0340 100V/120V all-night power supply PCB FK2-0341 200V FM3-5046 100V FM3-5084 120V AC driver PCB FM3-5085 230V FM3-5051...
  • Page 452: Connectors

    Chapter 15 15.2.8 Connectors 15.2.8.1 Connectors (1/6) 0020-0183 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N F-15-12 15-12...
  • Page 453 Chapter 15 T-15-12 Electric Electric J No. Electric parts name Relay connector J No. Electric parts name Remarks symbol symbol J101 24V power supply PCB J476 AC driver PCB J201 24V power supply PCB J539 relay PCB J1011 12V power supply PCB J476 AC driver PCB J2011 12V power supply PCB...
  • Page 454: Connectors (2/6)

    Chapter 15 15.2.8.2 Connectors (2/6) 0020-0184 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N F-15-13 15-14...
  • Page 455 Chapter 15 T-15-13 Electric Electric J No. Electric parts name Relay connector J No. Electric parts name Remarks symbol symbol J546 relay PCB J3011 power supply cooling fan J486 AC driver PCB J309 DC controller PCB J308 DC controller PCB J3131 J3111 cassette 1 paper sensor...
  • Page 456: Connectors (1/6)

    Chapter 15 15.2.8.3 Connectors (3/6) 0020-0185 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N F-15-14 15-16...
  • Page 457 Chapter 15 F-15-15 T-15-14 Electric Electric J No. Electric parts name Relay connector J No. Electric parts name Remarks symbol symbol J303 DC controller PCB J3605 J3602 registration clutch iR3245/3235/3230 UN17 J1303 DC controller PCB CL22 J3650 registration clutch iR3225 J303 DC controller PCB J3603...
  • Page 458: Connectors (2/6)

    Chapter 15 15.2.8.4 Connectors (4/6) 0020-0186 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N F-15-16 15-18...
  • Page 459 Chapter 15 T-15-15 Electric Electric J No. Electric parts name Relay connector J No. Electric parts name Remarks symbol symbol J543 relay PCB J2111 interlock switch J471 AC driver PCB J1001 J1003 fixing main heater iR3245/3235/3230 J2953 AC driver PCB J2952 J2951 fixing main heater...
  • Page 460: Connectors (5/6)

    Chapter 15 15.2.8.5 Connectors (5/6) 0020-0187 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N F-15-17 15-20...
  • Page 461 Chapter 15 T-15-16 Electric Electric J No. Electric parts name Relay connector J No. Electric parts name Remarks symbol symbol J545 relay PCB J2118 J2102 off-hook detect PCB G3FAX (1 line)/ iR3245/3235/3230 J1545 relay PCB J12118 J1202 off-hook detect PCB G3FAX (1 line)/ iR3225 J545...
  • Page 462: Connectors (6/6)

    Chapter 15 15.2.8.6 Connectors (6/6) 0020-0188 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N F-15-18 15-22...
  • Page 463 Chapter 15 T-15-17 Electric Electric J No. Electric parts name Relay connector J No. Electric parts name Remarks symbol symbol J536 relay PCB J3904 cassette feeding unit J537 relay PCB UN12 J647 option power supply PCB J541 relay PCB J3053 J3062 paper deck, cassette iR3245/3235/3230...
  • Page 464: Variable Resistors (vr), Light-emitting Diodes (led), And Check Pins By Pcb

    Chapter 15 15.2.9 Variable Resistors (VR), Light-Emitting Diodes (LED), and Check Pins by PCB 15.2.9.1 Variable Resistors (VR), Light-Emitting Diodes, and Check Pins by PCB 0019-0574 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Of the variable resistors (VR), light-emitting diodes (LED), and check pins found in the machine, those that are needed when servicing the machine in the field are discussed.
  • Page 465 Chapter 16 Self Diagnosis...
  • Page 467 Contents Contents 16.1 Error Code Details ..............................16-1 16.1.1 E000 to E197 (DC Controller) ..............................16-1 16.1.2 E202 to E248, E280 (Reader) ..............................16-3 16.1.3 E261 to E315 (DC Controller, Main Controller) ........................16-3 16.1.4 E400, E413, E490 (ADF)................................. 16-4 16.1.5 E500 to E5F9 (Finisher)................................16-5 16.1.6 E602 (Error in HDD/encryption board) ...........................
  • Page 469: E000 To E197 (dc Controller)

    Chapter 16 16.1 Error Code Details 16.1.1 E000 to E197 (DC Controller) 0019-7440 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N T-16-1 Code Cause Remedy E000 The temperature of the fixing assembly is abnormally high. 0001 While startup control is under way, the reading of the main thermistor Reset the condition in service mode: is less than 30 deg C continuously for 200 msec or more 1 sec after COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR.
  • Page 470 Chapter 16 Code Cause Remedy 0001 Disconnection of the wire used for detecting the connection of the Correct the cable. Replace the sensor. toner level sensor is found. -iR 3225 When the disconnection of the wire used for detecting the connection of the toner level sensor has been detected for 7.5 min without interruption (12.5 min in the manual /envelop cassette feeding).
  • Page 471: E202 To E248, E280 (reader)

    Chapter 16 16.1.2 E202 to E248, E280 (Reader) 0019-7880 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N T-16-2 Code Cause/Detection Details Measures E202 There is an error in the detection of the CCD home position. 0001 The attempt to detect the home position fails when the CCD is Disconnect and then connect the harness connector.
  • Page 472: E400, E413, E490 (adf)

    Chapter 16 Code Cause Remedy 0530 Device: timeout error Turn OFF and then ON the power. Replace the main controller PCB [Location to be detected] image process module (JPEN) if this occurs frequently. [Detection timing] when there is no interruption 2 min after the operation has been started.
  • Page 473: E500 To E5f9 (finisher)

    Chapter 16 16.1.5 E500 to E5F9 (Finisher) 0019-7881 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N T-16-5 Code Detail code Name Detection Remedy E500 0001 fault in Replace the finisher controller PCB. Replace communication the DC controller PCB. with the finisher (common among all finishers)
  • Page 474 Chapter 16 Code Detail code Name Detection Remedy E537 0001 Rear alignment The home position sensor does not go on within 2000 msec after the start of Replace the finisher controller PCB. Replace error (External operation when the read aligning plate is moved to home position. the rear alignment motor.
  • Page 475: E602 (error In Hdd/encryption Board)

    Chapter 16 Code Detail code Name Detection Remedy E5F2 0001 Saddle guide The guide home position sensor does not go on when the guide motor has Check the guide motor. Check the guide error been driven for 0.455 sec. home position sensor. Replace the finisher Guide motor (M3S)/guide home position sensor (PI13S) controller PCB.
  • Page 476: Detail In E602

    Chapter 16 T-16-6 Code Cause Remedy E602 There is an error on the hard disk. 0001 [Cause] An HDD detection error has occurred. The HDD cannot be See the details under 602. detected. The HDD does not become ready. The HDD returns an error.
  • Page 477 Chapter 16 T-16-7 Description Remedy The HDD cannot be recognized. The startup partition (BOOTDEV) 1. Turn off the main switch, and check the cable connector. Then, turn on the cannot be found at startup. main switch. 2. Check to see if the HDD spins up when the main switch is turned on and if the 5V/12V power is supplied.
  • Page 478: E604 To E748 (main Controller, Dc Controller)

    Chapter 16 XX CHK Partition in Description Typical item HDD formatting by Normal mode + Safe mode + HDD question deleted HD-CLEAR HDD formatting formatting with SST with SST Entire HDD (check on faulty sector and identified recovery) * When the machine starts up for the first time after its HDD has been formatted, it may take longer than usual to complete the startup session. [Remedy] Description Action...
  • Page 479 Chapter 16 Code Cause Remedy 0000 The memory size does not match the model. Increase the memory. E609 There is an error on the HDD. 0008 At startup, the HDD fails to reach a specific temperature level within a specific Replace the hard disk.
  • Page 480 Chapter 16 Code Cause Remedy 0032 Error in communication after card reader (serial) startup Check the connection of the cable for the card reader (connector disconnected, Communication with the card reader is available at startup, and then becomes cable cut); thereafter, reset the condition in service mode: COPIER > unavailable.
  • Page 481: E804 To E805 (dc Controller Control Fan)

    Chapter 16 Code Cause Remedy 0004 There is a connection error. 1. Check the connection of the cable. 2. Replace the cable. 3. Check the power source of the MAU. 4. Replace the MAU. 5. Replace the TokenRing board. 0005 Other Errors E746 The accessories board is of the wrong type.
  • Page 482: Error Code (send)

    Chapter 16 16.2 Error Code (SEND) 16.2.1 Self-Diagnostic Display 0019-8528 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N T-16-13 Cause Remedy Out of resources. Wait for a moment, then perform operation again. You cannot browse the network. There is a lack of TCP/IP resources because Wait for a while, and try browsing again.
  • Page 483: List Of Error Codes Without Messages

    Chapter 16 Cause Remedy If <Server LDAP version and character code> is set to 'ver.2 (JIS)', characters Omit characters that cannot be used, and then search again. other than ASCII Code (0x20-0x7E) are being used. Cannot start searching because the version setting for the server is incorrect. Check the settings. Although 'ver.
  • Page 484 2. Erase unnecessary documents and documents with errors to make more memory available. 3. If this problem occurs frequently, contact your local authorized Canon dealer. # 701 The specified Department ID does not exist, or the password has changed.
  • Page 485 Chapter 16 Cause Remedy A PDF or XPS with a digital signature could not be sent because a digital 1. If you are sending a PDF or XPS with a user signature, confirm that the user certificate or key pair registered in the machine is corrupt or could not be certificate is not corrupt.
  • Page 486 Chapter 16 Cause Remedy You have received data that cannot be processed (image data cannot be Check the settings, and ask the sender to resend the data. decoded). # 827 You have received data that cannot be processed (contains MIME information Check the settings, and ask the sender to resend the data.
  • Page 487 Chapter 16 Cause Remedy An error occurred because the main power switch was turned OFF while a job Check to see if the main power switch is turned ON. Try processing the job was being processed. again, if necessary. # 859 A compression error occurred with the image data.
  • Page 488 Chapter 16 Cause Remedy # 884 Received a response from the destination stating that the server does not have Check the settings of the WebDAV server. sufficient free disk space to execute the request when sending with WebDAV (received HTTP Error 507: Insufficient Storage). # 885 An unexpected error occurred when sending with WebDAV.
  • Page 489: Jam Codes (printer Unit)

    Chapter 16 16.3 Jam Code 16.3.1 Jam codes (printer unit) 0019-8790 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N T-16-15 Code 01xx delay jam 02xx stationary jam 0Axx residual jam 0B00 door open jam 0Cxx error retry jam 0D91 wrong size specified (transportation of sheets shorter than the ones specified) T-16-16...
  • Page 490: Jam Codes (finisher)

    Chapter 16 Code Type of Sensor Sensor No. / Type of Error 0071 0073 Release motor HP sensor SR11 0084 Registration sensor 0090 Sensor in reader unit 0091 Sensor in reader unit 0092 Cover open/closed sensor 0093 Cover open/closed sensor 0094 Registration sensor, Read sensor, Delivery reversal sensor SR1,SR2,SR3...
  • Page 491 Chapter 16 Location code/ Location Alarm code/ Description 0003 Separation of the first sheet of original fails 0011 At the time of recovery from jam, the sheets of the original having been read before the recovery are not set on the tray. Staple System, Sorter/ Finisher 0001 Running out of staples...
  • Page 492 Chapter 16 Location code/ Location Alarm code/ Description CanonPDF 0001 PDF data error 0002 PDF compression analysis error 0003 PDF page compression error 0004 PDF data processing error 0005 PDF memory full 0006 PDF temporary file error 0007 PDF color analysis error 0008 PDF data reading error 0009...
  • Page 493 Chapter 17 Service Mode...
  • Page 495 Contents Contents 17.1 Outline..................................17-1 17.1.1 Construction of Service Mode ..............................17-1 17.1.2 Starting Service Mode and Making Selections ........................17-2 17.1.3 Ending Service Mode................................17-2 17.1.4 Back-Up ....................................17-2 17.1.5 Initial Screen .................................... 17-3 17.1.6 2nd/3rd Item Screen ................................. 17-3 17.1.7 4th Item Screen ..................................
  • Page 496 Contents 17.5.1.2 COPIER > FUNCTION > INSTALL............................... 17-79 17.5.1.3 COPIER > FUNCTION > CCD ................................17-81 17.5.1.4 COPIER > FUNCTION > DENS ................................17-83 17.5.1.5 COPIER > FUNCTION > DPC................................17-83 17.5.1.6 COPIER > FUNCTION > CST ................................17-83 17.5.1.7 COPIER > FUNCTION > FIXING ................................17-84 17.5.1.8 COPIER >...
  • Page 497 Contents 17.8.1.4 COPIER > COUNTER > JAM ................................17-184 17.8.1.5 COPIER > COUNTER > MISC ................................17-185 17.8.1.6 COPIER > COUNTER > DRBL-1 .................................17-186 17.8.1.7 COPIER > COUNTER > DRBL-2 .................................17-188...
  • Page 499: Outline

    Chapter 17 17.1 Outline 17.1.1 Construction of Service Mode 0018-9974 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N The machine's service mode has a 3-layer screen construction: Initial screen, Level 1/2 screen, and Level 3 screen. Its mode items are grouped into those used in regular maintenance work (Level 1 items) and those used in response to faults (Level 2 items).
  • Page 500: Starting Service Mode And Making Selections

    Chapter 17 17.1.2 Starting Service Mode and Making Selections 0018-9975 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N If you want to execute a machine operation using a service mode item, be sure to disconnect all cables from an external controller or a network before starting service mode.
  • Page 501: Initial Screen

    Chapter 17 17.1.5 Initial Screen 0018-9978 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N COPIER Initial item FEEDER Touch to select an item. SORTER BOARD F-17-5 17.1.6 2nd/3rd Item Screen 0018-9979 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Display Adjust Function...
  • Page 502: Th Item Screen

    Chapter 17 17.1.7 4th Item Screen 0018-9980 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Page Display Adjust Function Option Test Counter < 1/3 > < READY > <VERSION> DC-CON Machine States item READY: ready for service/copy JAM: paper jam present PANEL...
  • Page 503: Display (status Display Mode)

    Chapter 17 17.2 DISPLAY (Status Display Mode) 17.2.1 COPIER 17.2.1.1 COPIER > DISPLAY > VERSION 0019-9145 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N T-17-1 COPIER>DISPLAY>VERSION Item Level Description DC-CON Title Firmware version of DC controller PCB Purpose Check the firmware version of DC controller PCB.
  • Page 504 Chapter 17 COPIER>DISPLAY>VERSION Item Level Description SORTER Title Firmware version of finisher controller PCB Purpose Check the firmware version of finisher controller PCB. Note Displays, settings and 0xXXYY adjustment ranges Unit Appropriate guideline Related service modes Additional description and notes Title Version of Network software Purpose...
  • Page 505 Chapter 17 COPIER>DISPLAY>VERSION Item Level Description Title Version of remote UI Purpose Check the version of remote UI. Note Displays, settings and 0xXXYY adjustment ranges Unit Appropriate guideline Related service modes Additional description and notes PUNCH Title Software version of punch unit Purpose Displays the software version of punch unit Note...
  • Page 506 Chapter 17 COPIER>DISPLAY>VERSION Item Level Description LANG-JP Title Version of Japanese language file Purpose Check the Version of Japanese language file. Note Displays, settings and 0xXXYY adjustment ranges Unit Appropriate guideline Related service modes Additional description and notes LANG-CS Title Version of Czech language file Purpose Check the Version of Czech language file.
  • Page 507 Chapter 17 COPIER>DISPLAY>VERSION Item Level Description LANG-HU Title Version of Hungarian language file Purpose Check the Version of Hungarian language file. Note Displays, settings and 0xXXYY adjustment ranges Unit Appropriate guideline Related service modes Additional description and notes LANG-KO Title Version of Korean language file Purpose Check the Version of Korean language file.
  • Page 508 Chapter 17 COPIER>DISPLAY>VERSION Item Level Description LANG-RU Title Version of Russian language file Purpose Check the Version of Russian language file. Note Displays, settings and 0xXXYY adjustment ranges Unit Appropriate guideline Related service modes Additional description and notes LANG-SL Title Version of Slovenian language file Purpose Check the Version of Slovenian language file.
  • Page 509 Chapter 17 COPIER>DISPLAY>VERSION Item Level Description LANG-CR Title Version of Croatian language file Purpose Check the Version of Croatian language file. Note Displays, settings and 0xXXYY adjustment ranges Unit Appropriate guideline Related service modes Additional description and notes LANG-RM Title Version of Romanian language file Purpose Check the Version of Romanian language file.
  • Page 510 Chapter 17 COPIER>DISPLAY>VERSION Item Level Description OCR-JP Title OCR version of Japanese Purpose Check the OCR version of Japanese. Note Displays, settings and 0xXXYY adjustment ranges Unit Appropriate guideline Related service modes Additional description and If the file does not exist, --.-- is displayed. notes OCR-KR Title...
  • Page 511 Chapter 17 COPIER>DISPLAY>VERSION Item Level Description WEB-BRWS Title Version description of web browser Purpose Check the version of web browser. Note Displays, settings and 1xXXYY adjustment ranges Unit Appropriate guideline Related service modes Additional description and If the file does not exist, --.-- is displayed. notes HELP Title...
  • Page 512 Chapter 17 COPIER>DISPLAY>VERSION Item Level Description ASR-EN Title Version display of English speech recognition dictionary Purpose Check the version of speech recognition dictionary Note Displays, settings and adjustment ranges Unit 0xXXYY Appropriate guideline Related service modes Additional description and If the file does not exist, --.-- is displayed. Voice synthesis dictionary is TTS-XX *ASR = Automatic notes Speech Recognition MEDIA-JA...
  • Page 513 Chapter 17 COPIER>DISPLAY>VERSION Item Level Description MEDIA-ZH Title Version display of paper type information of Chinese (simplified) Purpose Check the version display of paper type information of Chinese (simplified). Note Displays, settings and 0xXXYY adjustment ranges Unit Appropriate guideline Related service modes Additional description and notes MEDIA-SK...
  • Page 514 Chapter 17 COPIER>DISPLAY>VERSION Item Level Description MEDIA-ET Title Version display of paper type information of Estonian Purpose Check the version display of paper type information of Estonian. Note Displays, settings and 0xXXYY adjustment ranges Unit Appropriate guideline Related service modes Additional description and notes MEDIA-FI...
  • Page 515 Chapter 17 COPIER>DISPLAY>VERSION Item Level Description MEDIA-PL Title Version display of paper type information of Polish Purpose Check the version display of paper type information of Polish. Note Displays, settings and 0xXXYY adjustment ranges Unit Appropriate guideline Related service modes Additional description and notes MEDIA-PT...
  • Page 516 Chapter 17 COPIER>DISPLAY>VERSION Item Level Description MEDIA-BU Title Version display of paper type information of Bulgarian Purpose Check the version display of paper type information of Bulgarian. Note Displays, settings and 0xXXYY adjustment ranges Unit Appropriate guideline Related service modes Additional description and notes MEDIA-CR...
  • Page 517: Copier > Display > Acc-sts

    Chapter 17 COPIER>DISPLAY>VERSION Item Level Description IOCS Title BIOS version Purpose Displays the version of BIOS Note Displays, settings and adjustment ranges Unit XX.YY Appropriate guideline Related service modes Additional description and When checking the version of BIOS at a field notes SYSTEM Title...
  • Page 518 Chapter 17 COPIER > DISPLAY > ACC-STS Item Level Description DECK Title Display of the status of paper deck connection Purpose Check the status of paper deck connection. Note Displays, settings and 0: Not connected 1: Connected adjustment ranges Unit Appropriate guideline Related service modes Additional description and...
  • Page 519 Chapter 17 COPIER > DISPLAY > ACC-STS Item Level Description PS/PCL Title Display of the status of UFR board (PS/PCL function) connection Purpose Check the status of UFR board (PS/PCL function) connection. Note Displays, settings and adjustment ranges Unit Appropriate guideline Related service modes Additional description and notes...
  • Page 520: Copier > Display > Analog

    Chapter 17 COPIER > DISPLAY > ACC-STS Item Level Description Title Display of the type name of HDD Purpose Check the type name of HDD. Note Displays, settings and adjustment ranges Unit Appropriate guideline Related service modes Additional description and notes PCI1 Title...
  • Page 521: Copier > Display > Cst-sts

    Chapter 17 T-17-3 COPIER > DISPLAY > ANALOG Item Level Description TEMP Title Machine temperature (environment sensor) Purpose Check the temperature inside the machine. Note Displays, settings and adjustment ranges Unit Deg C Appropriate guideline Guaranteed environment for main body: temperature 15 deg C to 27.5 deg C, humidity 25% to 75% Related service modes Additional description and Temperature/humidity detected by the environment sensor (left) is not used for the parameter of...
  • Page 522: Copier > Display > Jam

    Chapter 17 T-17-4 COPIER > DISPLAY > CST-STS Item Level Description WIDTH-MF Title Paper width size on the manual feed tray Purpose Check the paper width size on the manual feed tray Note Displays, settings and adjustment ranges Unit Appropriate guideline Related service modes Additional description and notes...
  • Page 523: Copier > Display > Hv-sts

    Chapter 17 F-17-10 <No.> Error sequential number: 1 to 50 (The oldest error has the greatest number.) <DATE> Error occurrence date <TIME1> Error occurrence time <TIME2> Error reset time <CODE> Error code <DTL> Error detail code (0000 for none) <L> Error location 0: Main controller 1: DADF 2: Finisher 3: Not used 4: Reader unit 5: Printer unit 6: Various PDL board 7: Fax board <P>...
  • Page 524: Copier > Display > Ccd

    Chapter 17 17.2.1.8 COPIER > DISPLAY > CCD 0019-9276 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N T-17-6 COPIER > DISPLAY > CCD Item Level Description TARGET-B Title Target value of shading for blue Purpose When replacing the reader controller PCB, if the scanned image has some failure, check the target value of shading for blue.
  • Page 525 Chapter 17 COPIER > DISPLAY > CCD Item Level Description OFST-O Title Adjustment value of offset level in odd bit on CCD Purpose To judge if this adjustment value is correct when an image fault attributed to CCD occurs. Note Displays, settings and adjustment ranges Unit...
  • Page 526: Copier > Display > Sensor

    Chapter 17 COPIER > DISPLAY > CCD Item Level Description GAIN-E Title Adjustment value of gain level in even bit on CCD Purpose To judge if this adjustment value is correct when an image fault attributed to CCD occurs. Note Displays, settings and adjustment ranges Unit...
  • Page 527: Feeder

    Chapter 17 F-17-12 T-17-8 Item Description Error sequential number: (The oldest error has the greatest number.) DATE Data acquisition date TIME Data acquisition time D+deg C In-machine temperature In-machine humidity F+deg C Fixing roller surface temperature 17.2.2 FEEDER 17.2.2.1 FEEDER > DISPLAY 0019-9310 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N T-17-9...
  • Page 528: Dc-con>

    Chapter 17 Display Adjust Function Option Test Counter DC-CON R-CON FEEDER SORTER MN-CONT F-17-13 <Screen interpretation> Display Adjust Function Option Test Counter <DC-CON> < 1/3 > < READY > P001 xxxxxxxx P002 xxxxxxxx P003 xxxxxxxx P004 xxxxxxxx P005 xxxxxxxx P006 xxxxxxxx P007 xxxxxxxx...
  • Page 529 Chapter 17 Address Display contents Remarks P007 Laser scanner motor standby signal 1: standby Main motor ON signal 1: OFF 0: ON Cassette heater ON signal 1: OFF 0: ON Toner container motor ON signal 0: OFF 1: ON Hopper motor ON signal 0: OFF 1: ON Pre-exposure LED 0: Not activated 1: Activated...
  • Page 530: R-con>

    Chapter 17 Address Display contents Remarks P016 No. 1 delivery full sensor 0: Full Manual feeder paper sensor 0: Paper present For development Heat discharge fan (rear) lock detection 0: Locked Heat discharge fan (front) lock detection 0: Locked Main motor lock detection 0: Locked Developing assembly toner sensor connection detection 0: Connected...
  • Page 531: Sorter>

    Chapter 17 Address Display contents Remarks P003 Feeding motor enable signal 1: ON Feeding motor rotation direction 1: Normal rotation 0: Reverse rotation Separation motor enable signal 1: ON Separation motor rotation direction 1: Normal rotation 0: Reverse rotation Not used P004 Model identification board 0 to 2 Fan lock detection...
  • Page 532 Chapter 17 Address Controller Display contents Remarks P007 STACKER Tray proximity sensor 0:ON Tray 2 area sensor 1 0:ON Tray 2 area sensor 2 0:ON Tray 2 area sensor 3 0:ON Tray 2 paper detection sensor 1:ON Tray 2 paper surface sensor 1:ON Entry motor clock input Bundle ejection motor clock input...
  • Page 533 Chapter 17 Address Controller Display contents Remarks P017 STACKER Stapler slide standby 1:ON Stapler CW 1:ON Stapler CCW 1:ON Not used Stapler slide phase A Stapler slide phase B 6-7 Not used P018 STACKER 0-1 Not used Stapler HP sensor 1:ON Staple Ready signal 1:ON...
  • Page 534 Chapter 17 Address Controller Display contents Remarks P025 SADDLE Alignment motor phase A Alignment motor phase B Alignment motor current switching 0:ON Paper positioning motor current switching 0:ON Paper positioning motor phase A Paper positioning motor phase B 6-7 For development P026 SADDLE Not used...
  • Page 535 Chapter 17 Address Controller Display contents Remarks P033 SADDLE Entry flapper solenoid 1:ON Saddle path switching flapper 1 1:ON Saddle path switching flapper 2 1:ON Intermediate transport solenoid 1:ON 4-5 Not used Entry path sensor 1:ON Not used P034 SADDLE Inside stapler motor forward rotation 0:ON Inside stapler motor reverse rotation...
  • Page 536: Adjust (adjustment Mode)

    Chapter 17 17.3.6 <MN-CONT> 0019-9205 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N Not used 17.4 ADJUST (Adjustment Mode) 17.4.1 COPIER 17.4.1.1 COPIER > ADJUST > AE 0019-9278 iR3225 / iR3225N / iR3235 / iR3235N / iR3245 / iR3245N T-17-16 COPIER >...
  • Page 537 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > ADJ-XY Item Level Description ADJ-Y Title Adjustment value of image scan-start position <Y-direction> Purpose Adjust the value for image scan-start position <Y-direction> Situation When executing RAM clear of reader controller PCB, when replacing reader controller PCB Note - Be sure to enter the value on service label when executing RAM clear of the reader controller PCB/ replacing the reader controller PCB...
  • Page 538: Copier > Adjust > Ccd

    Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > ADJ-XY Item Level Description ADJ-X-MG Title Fine adjustment of magnification ration in vertical scanning when scanning with reader copyboard Purpose Execute fine adjustment of vertical scanning magnification ratio when scanning with reader copyboard Situation When executing RAM clear of reader controller PCB, when replacing reader controller PCB Note - Be sure to enter the value on service label when executing RAM clear of the reader controller PCB/...
  • Page 539 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > CCD Item Level Description W-PLT-Y Title White label data (Y) entry with standard white plate Purpose When executing RAM clear of reader controller PCB, when replacing reader controller PCB, when replacing copyboard glass Note - Be sure to enter the value on service label when executing RAM clear of the reader controller PCB/ replacing the reader controller PCB -Be sure to enter the numeric value on copyboard glass when replacing the copyboard glass.
  • Page 540 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > CCD Item Level Description CCDU-GB Title Entry of color displacement correction value in vertical scanning direction (between G-B at document scanning with CCD unit + lens) Purpose When executing RAM clear of reader controller PCB, when replacing reader controller PCB, when replacing CCD unit Note - Be sure to enter the value on service label when executing RAM clear of the reader controller PCB/...
  • Page 541 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > CCD Item Level Description 50-RG Title Color displacement (G-R) offset value display at BOOK mode/50% scanning Purpose When executing RAM clear of reader controller PCB, when replacing reader controller PCB, when replacing CCD unit Note - Be sure to enter the value on service label when executing RAM clear of the reader controller PCB/ replacing the reader controller PCB...
  • Page 542 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > CCD Item Level Description 50DF-RG Title Color displacement (G-R) offset value display at ADF mode/50% scanning Purpose When executing RAM clear of reader controller PCB, when replacing reader controller PCB Note - Be sure to enter the value on service label when executing RAM clear of the reader controller PCB/ replacing the reader controller PCB - If changing the setting value of this item, be sure to write down the changed value on the reader's service label.
  • Page 543 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > CCD Item Level Description DFTAR-R Title Shading target value (RED) entry when using DF (normal document scanning position) Purpose In case of image fault (due to chart soil, etc) after executing: COPIER > FUNCTION > CCD > DF- WLVL1/DF-WLVL2;...
  • Page 544 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > CCD Item Level Description DFTAR-K Title Black shading target value when using DF Purpose - When replacing reader controller PCB/executing RAM clear - When replacing ADF Note Settings/Adjustment range 1 to 2047 Unit Amount of change per unit Value at RAM clear/ 1189/No adjustment at factory...
  • Page 545 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > CCD Item Level Description MTF3-M5 Title MTF setting value for G in horizontal scanning direction (center) Purpose Enter the value on the label (included in the package) attached on CCDBOX when replacing CCDBOX/reader controller PCB (at RCON clear) Note Settings/Adjustment range 20 to 80...
  • Page 546 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > CCD Item Level Description MTF3-M10 Title MTF setting value for K in horizontal scanning direction (front) Purpose Enter the value on the label (included in the package) attached on CCDBOX when replacing CCDBOX/reader controller PCB (at RCON clear) Note Settings/Adjustment range 20 to 80...
  • Page 547 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > CCD Item Level Description MTF3-S3 Title MTF setting value for R in vertical scanning direction (rear) Purpose Enter the value on the label (included in the package) attached on CCDBOX when replacing CCDBOX/reader controller PCB (at RCON clear) Note Settings/Adjustment range 20 to 80...
  • Page 548 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > CCD Item Level Description MTF3-S8 Title MTF setting value for B in vertical scanning direction (center) Purpose Enter the value on the label (included in the package) attached on CCDBOX when replacing CCDBOX/reader controller PCB (at RCON clear) Note Settings/Adjustment range 20 to 80...
  • Page 549 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > CCD Item Level Description MTF4-M1 Title MTF specified value for R in horizontal scanning direction (front) Purpose Enter the value on the label (included in the package) attached on CCDBOX when replacing CCDBOX/reader controller PCB (at RCON clear) Note Settings/Adjustment range 20 to 80...
  • Page 550 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > CCD Item Level Description MTF4-M6 Title MTF specified value for G in horizontal scanning direction (rear) Purpose Enter the value on the label (included in the package) attached on CCDBOX when replacing CCDBOX/reader controller PCB (at RCON clear) Note Settings/Adjustment range 20 to 80...
  • Page 551 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > CCD Item Level Description MTF4-M11 Title MTF specified value for K in horizontal scanning direction (center) Purpose Enter the value on the label (included in the package) attached on CCDBOX when replacing CCDBOX/reader controller PCB (at RCON clear) Note Settings/Adjustment range 20 to 80...
  • Page 552 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > CCD Item Level Description MTF4-S4 Title MTF specified value for G in vertical scanning direction (front) Purpose Enter the value on the label (included in the package) attached on CCDBOX when replacing CCDBOX/reader controller PCB (at RCON clear) Note Settings/Adjustment range 20 to 80...
  • Page 553: Copier > Adjust > Laser

    Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > CCD Item Level Description MTF4-S9 Title MTF specified value for B in vertical scanning direction (rear) Purpose Enter the value on the label (included in the package) attached on CCDBOX when replacing CCDBOX/reader controller PCB (at RCON clear) Note Settings/Adjustment range 20 to 80...
  • Page 554 Chapter 17 T-17-19 COPIER > ADJUST > LASER Item Level Description LA-OFF Title Laser trail edge OFF adjustment Purpose Enter the value on service label when executing RAM clear of DC controller PCB/replacing the PCB Note Note the value on service label when adjusting setting value Settings/Adjustment range -128 to +127 Unit...
  • Page 555: Copier > Adjust > Develop

    Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > LASER Item Level Description LDADJ3-K Title Magnification ratio between lasers A-D (K) Purpose Enter the value on the label attached to the laser scanner unit when replacing the scanner unit. Note Settings/Adjustment range -512 to +511 Unit Amount of change per unit Value at RAM clear/...
  • Page 556: Copier > Adjust > Dens

    Chapter 17 T-17-20 COPIER > ADJUST > DEVELOP Item Level Description DE-OFST Title Offset value entry for developing bias DC Purpose When a fault in image occurs (foggy image, light density) Note Density gets stronger when increasing the value Settings/Adjustment range -128 to 127 Unit Amount of change per unit...
  • Page 557: Copier > Adjust > Pascal

    Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > BLANK Item Level Description BLANK-B Title Adjustment value entry for non-image width (trail edge) Purpose Enter the value on service label when executing RAM clear of DC controller PCB/replacing the PCB Note Note the value on service label when changing the setting value Settings/Adjustment range -128 to 127 Unit...
  • Page 558: Copier > Adjust > Hv-tr

    Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > HV-PRI Item Level Description OFST1-AC Title Adjustment value entry for primary charging AC offset 1 Purpose When executing RAM clear of DC controller PCB/replacing the PCB When replacing the power supply PCB. Note Enter the value on the label attached to the case of the new power supply PCB when replacing the power supply PCB.
  • Page 559 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > HV-TR Item Level Description 2TR-TGT1 Title Offset adjustment for secondary transfer target current Purpose In case of image fault due to secondary transfer Note Set the conditions for material, environment, and 2-sided printing in the relevant service mode and adjust the offset value under these conditions.
  • Page 560 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > HV-TR Item Level Description 2TR-TGT4 Title Offset adjustment for secondary transfer target current Purpose In case of image fault due to secondary transfer Note Set the conditions for material, environment, and 2-sided printing in the relevant service mode and adjust the offset value under these conditions.
  • Page 561 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > HV-TR Item Level Description 2TR-TGT7 Title Offset adjustment for secondary transfer target current Purpose In case of image fault due to secondary transfer Note Set the conditions for material, environment, and 2-sided printing in the relevant service mode and adjust the offset value under these conditions.
  • Page 562 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > HV-TR Item Level Description TR-PPR3 Title Paper type item at secondary transfer offset adjustment Purpose Paper type item at secondary transfer offset adjustment Note Settings/Adjustment range 1: plain paper, 2 thick paper, 3: envelope, 4: tracing paper, 5: transparency, 6: postcard, 7: label paper, 8: bond paper Unit Amount of change per unit...
  • Page 563 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > HV-TR Item Level Description TR-PPR7 Title Paper type item at secondary transfer offset adjustment Purpose Paper type item at secondary transfer offset adjustment Note Settings/Adjustment range 1: plain paper, 2 thick paper, 3: envelope, 4: tracing paper, 5: transparency, 6: postcard, 7: label paper, 8: bond paper Unit Amount of change per unit...
  • Page 564 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > HV-TR Item Level Description TR-ENV3 Title Environment item at secondary transfer offset adjustment Purpose Note Be sure to enter the value in ENV-TR: COPIER>DISPLAY>MISC>ENV-TR Settings/Adjustment range 1: A segment (low humidity) 2: B segment (normal temperature) 3: C segment (high temperature) Unit Amount of change per unit...
  • Page 565 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > HV-TR Item Level Description TR-ENV7 Title Environment item at secondary transfer offset adjustment Purpose Note Be sure to enter the value in ENV-TR: COPIER>DISPLAY>MISC>ENV-TR Settings/Adjustment range 1: A segment (low humidity) 2: B segment (normal temperature) 3: C segment (high temperature) Unit Amount of change per unit...
  • Page 566 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > HV-TR Item Level Description TR-DUP3 Title 1st sided/2nd sided item at secondary transfer offset adjustment Purpose 1st sided/2nd sided item at secondary transfer offset adjustment Note Settings/Adjustment range 1: 1-sided, 2: auto 2-sided, 3: multi 1-sided, 4: multi 2-sided Unit Amount of change per unit Value at RAM clear/...
  • Page 567: Copier > Adjust > Feed-adj

    Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > HV-TR Item Level Description TR-DUP8 Title 1st sided/2nd sided item at secondary transfer offset adjustment Purpose 1st sided/2nd sided item at secondary transfer offset adjustment Note Settings/Adjustment range 1: 1-sided, 2: auto 2-sided, 3: multi 1-sided, 4: multi 2-sided Unit Amount of change per unit Value at RAM clear/...
  • Page 568 Chapter 17 T-17-26 COPIER > ADJUST > FEED-ADJ Item Level Description REGIST Title Lead edge margin adjustment (timing to activate (ON) the registration roller clutch) Purpose - When adjusting lead edge margin - Enter the value on service label when executing RAM clear of DC controller PCB/replacing DC controller PCB Note Note the adjustment value on service label after adjustment.
  • Page 569 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > FEED-ADJ Item Level Description LOOPREFE Title Registration loop (arch) adjustment at 2-sided pickup Purpose When skew often occurs on a special paper. Input the value on the service label when executing RAM clear for the DC controller PCB and when replacing the DC controller PCB.
  • Page 570: Copier > Adjust > Cst-adj

    Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > FEED-ADJ Item Level Description LOOP-SP Title Registration loop (arch) adjustment at special paper pickup Purpose Note Settings/Adjustment range -128 to 127 Unit Amount of change per unit Value at RAM clear/at factory shipment Setting/Adjustment/Operation 1) Select the item to be highlighted to enter the setting value (switch with +/- key), and then press OK method key.
  • Page 571: Copier > Adjust > Fixing

    Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > CST-ADJ Item Level Description MF-A6R Title Basic numeric value entry for paper width of A6R manual feed tray Purpose - When executing RAM clear of DC controller PCB/replacing DC controller PCB - In case of registering value when replacing paper width detection VR/for the first time Note - Enter the value on service label when executing RAM clear of DC controller PCB/replacing DC controller PCB.
  • Page 572: Copier > Adjust > Misc

    Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > FIXING Item Level Description FX-FL-LW Title Fine adjustment value entry for fixing film speed when using plain paper at low speed Purpose When executing RAM clear of DC controller PCB/replacing the PCB Note Enter the value on service label Settings/Adjustment range -3 to 3 Unit...
  • Page 573 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > MISC Item Level Description ACS-EN Title Adjustment in ACS-judgment area Purpose In case of adjusting ACS-judgment area Note Settings/Adjustment range -2 to 2 Unit Amount of change per unit Value at RAM clear/ 0/No adjustment at factory shipment Setting/Adjustment/Operation...
  • Page 574 Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > MISC Item Level Description C1-ADJ-Y Title Cassette 1 side registration adjustment value entry Purpose - In case of adjusting side registration of paper picked up from cassette 1 - When executing RAM clear of DC controller PCB/replacing the PCB (enter the value on service label) Note Note the value on service label after adjusting this mode...
  • Page 575: Feeder

    Chapter 17 COPIER > ADJUST > MISC Item Level Description MF-ADJ-Y Title Multi (manual) feeder side registration adjustmen