own weight around screw A.
that the carriage guide frame moves around screw A as shown by the arrows.
If it does not return to its original position, screw A is too tight. And if it moves on
the screw A end a8 well, screw A is too loose. Refasten the carriage guide frame
lightly again and repeat the procedure from C-l) Adjustment preparation.
(12) Lightly tighten acrew B.
Then place the gap gauge at posItIon B.
Do not use your hand to move the carriage. It may cause the carriage guide
frame to shift. To move the carriage, use the carriage belt instead.
On the platen, there is an elevated step and paper guide. If the gap gauge is
d) Adjustment check
After completing the adjustment, execute print test operation and check the image.
Figure 3-11 Head Gap Adjustment (2)
Chapter 3: Maintenance & Service