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Canon iR3570 Service Manual

Canon ir4570; ir3570; ir2870; ir2270 laser multifunction printer/copier.
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Service Manual

iR4570/3570, 2870/2270 Series
Jan 17 2007

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Table of Contents

   Summary of Contents for Canon iR3570

  • Page 1: Service Manual

    Service Manual iR4570/3570, 2870/2270 Series Jan 17 2007...
  • Page 3 Canon will release technical information as the need arises. In the event of major changes in the contents of this manual over a long or short period, Canon will issue a new edition of this manual.
  • Page 4: Symbols Used

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

    Contents Contents Chapter 1 Introduction 1.1 System Construction ..........................1- 1 1.1.1 Overview of the System with a Delivery Accessory....................1- 1 1.1.2 Overview of System Construction (output accessories) ..................1- 1 1.1.3 Delivery Accessory System Configuration 1......................1- 1 1.1.4 Output Accessories System Configuration 1 ......................1- 2 1.1.5 Delivery Accessory System Configuration 2......................
  • Page 8 Contents 1.2.5.2 CDRH Regulations................................. 1- 35 1.2.5.3 Handling the Laser Unit ................................. 1- 35 1.2.5.4 Safety of Toner ..................................1- 36 1.2.6 Product Specifications ............................1- 36 1.2.6.1 Product Specifications ................................1- 36 1.2.7 Function List................................1- 37 1.2.7.1 Printing Speed ..................................1- 37 1.2.7.2 Printing Speed ..................................
  • Page 9 Contents 2.9.3 Turning Off the Host Machine..........................2- 30 2.9.4 Mounting the Cassette Heater Unit ........................2- 30 2.9.5 Mounting the Heater PCB............................2- 33 2.10 Installing the Cassette Heater for the Cassette Pedestal ...............2- 37 2.10.1 Checking the Parts .............................. 2- 37 2.10.2 Turning Off the Host Machine..........................
  • Page 10 Contents 4.5.3 Construction of the Image Processing Module ......................4- 14 4.5.4 Reader Unit Input Image Processing ........................4- 14 4.5.5 Compressio/ Extesion/ Editing Block ........................4- 15 4.5.6 Compression/Expansion/Edit Block ........................4- 15 4.5.7 Printer unit Output Image Processing ........................4- 16 4.6 Flow of Image Data ..........................4- 16 4.6.1 Flow of Image Data According to Copy Functions....................4- 16 4.6.2 Flow of Image Data for the Copy Function ......................4- 17 4.6.3 Flow of Image Data for the Box Function.......................4- 17...
  • Page 11 Contents 5.3.4 Detecting the Size of Originals ..........................5- 9 5.3.4.1 Outline...................................... 5- 9 5.3.4.2 Outline of Size Identification ..............................5- 10 5.3.5 Dirt Sensor Control ..............................5- 11 5.3.5.1 Outline....................................5- 11 5.3.6 Image Processing..............................5- 13 5.3.6.1 Outline....................................5- 13 5.3.6.2 CCD Drive....................................
  • Page 12 Contents 6.3 Various Controls ............................6- 3 6.3.1 Controlling the Laser Activation Timing ........................6- 3 6.3.1.1 Turning On and off the Laser Light ............................6- 3 6.3.1.2 Main Scanning Synchronous Control............................6- 4 6.3.2 Controlling the Intensity of Laser Light........................6- 5 6.3.2.1 APC Control .....................................
  • Page 13 Contents 7.9.3.1 Transfer Roller Cleaning Mechanism............................. 7- 11 7.9.4 Separation Mechanism............................7- 11 7.9.4.1 Controlling the Static Eliminator Bias............................. 7- 11 7.10 Transfer Mechanism ..........................7- 11 7.10.1 Transfer Guide Bias............................. 7- 11 7.10.1.1 Transfer Guide Bias Control..............................7- 11 7.11 Photosensitive Drum Cleaning........................7- 11 7.11.1 Outline .................................
  • Page 14 Contents 7.12.8.2 Removing the Waste Toner Case ............................7- 32 7.12.9 Toner Level Sensor..............................7- 32 7.12.9.1 Removing the Front Cover Unit............................7- 32 7.12.9.2 Removing the Waste Toner Case ............................7- 32 7.12.9.3 Removing the Toner Cartridge............................. 7- 33 7.12.9.4 Removing the Drum Unit..............................7- 33 7.12.9.5 Removing the Developing Assembly ...........................
  • Page 15 Contents 8.3.1.1 Delay Jam Outside the Cassette Pickup Assembly ....................... 8- 19 8.3.1.2 Delay Jam in the Cassette Pickup Assembly......................... 8- 19 8.3.2 Stationary Jams..............................8- 19 8.3.2.1 Common Stationary Jam ............................... 8- 19 8.3.2.2 Stationary Jam at Power-On..............................8- 20 8.3.3 Other Jams ................................
  • Page 16 Contents 8.8.6.2 Removing the Right Cover (rear) ............................8- 53 8.8.6.3 Removing the Pickup Motor Base............................8- 53 8.8.6.4 Removing the Cassette Pickup Motor 2..........................8- 54 8.8.7 Cassette Size Sensor ............................8- 54 8.8.7.1 Removing the Right Cover (rear) ............................8- 54 8.8.7.2 Removing the Right Door...............................
  • Page 17 Contents 8.8.14 Manual Tray Assembly ............................8- 73 8.8.14.1 Removing the Right Cover (rear) ............................8- 73 8.8.14.2 Removing the Right Door..............................8- 73 8.8.14.3 Removing the Right Door..............................8- 74 8.8.14.4 Removing the Manual Feed Unit............................8- 75 8.8.14.5 Removing the Manual Feed Tray Assembly ........................8- 75 8.8.15 Manual Feed Unit ..............................
  • Page 18 Contents 8.8.25 Delivery Assembly 1.............................8- 94 8.8.25.1 Removing the Right Cover (rear) ............................8- 94 8.8.25.2 Removing the Front Cover Unit............................8- 95 8.8.25.3 Removing the Delivery Tray..............................8- 95 8.8.25.4 Removing the Right Door..............................8- 95 8.8.25.5 Removing the Right Door..............................8- 96 8.8.25.6 Removing the Extension Delivery Kit ...........................
  • Page 19 Contents 9.5.2.6 Releasing the Locking Plate ..............................9- 11 9.5.2.7 Removing the Fixing Film Unit ............................... 9- 11 9.5.2.8 Removing the Inlet Guide ..............................9- 12 9.5.2.9 Removing the Pressure Roller ............................... 9- 12 9.5.3 Cleaning Roller ..............................9- 13 9.5.3.1 Removing the inside delivery cover unit (old) ........................
  • Page 20 Contents 10.4.2.2 Rated Output of the Controller Power Supply PCB......................10- 8 10.4.2.3 Rated Output of the Accessories Power Supply PCB......................10- 8 10.4.2.4 Rated Output of the All-Night Power Supply PCB........................ 10- 9 10.4.3 Protection Function ..............................10- 9 10.4.3.1 Protective Mechanisms ................................ 10- 9 10.4.4 Backup Battery..............................10- 9 10.4.4.1 Backup Battery..................................
  • Page 21 Contents 10.5.8.6 Removing the Control Panel CPU PCB ..........................10- 30 10.5.9 All Night Power Supply PCB..........................10- 30 10.5.9.1 Removing the Rear Cover..............................10- 30 10.5.9.2 Removing the All-Night Power Supply PCB........................10- 30 10.5.10 Controller Power Supply PCB.......................... 10- 31 10.5.10.1 Removing the Rear Cover..............................
  • Page 22 Contents Chapter 12 Maintenance and Inspection 12.1 Periodically Replaced Parts........................12- 1 12.1.1 Overview ................................12- 1 12.1.2 Reader Unit ................................12- 1 12.1.3 Printer Unit ................................12- 1 12.2 Durables and Consumables ........................12- 1 12.2.1 Overview ................................12- 1 12.2.2 Reader Unit ................................12- 1 12.2.3 Printer Unit ................................12- 1 12.3 Scheduled Servicing Basic Procedure ....................
  • Page 23 14.2.8.2 E001-0000 Error Code: Because main power supply PCB is faulty .................. 14- 28 14.2.8.3 E014-0002 Error Code/Abnormal sound from fixing assembly: Because cleaning roller mounts (front/rear) are damaged (iR4570/iR3570) ..................................14- 28 14.2.8.4 E024-0001 Error Code: Description of this error code ....................... 14- 28 14.2.8.5 E024-0001 Error Code: Because toner stays in developing assembly toner sensor (TS1) ..........
  • Page 24 Contents 14.2.10.3 FAQ on G3FAX Specifications ............................14- 39 14.2.10.4 FAQ on I-FAX Specifications............................14- 40 14.2.10.5 FAQ on Remote UI Specifications............................ 14- 41 14.3 Outline of Electrical Components ......................14- 41 14.3.1 Clutch/Solenoid ..............................14- 41 14.3.1.1 Clutches and Solenoids ..............................14- 41 14.3.2 Motor ..................................14- 42 14.3.2.1 Motors ....................................
  • Page 25 Contents 16.1.5 Initial Screen ................................ 16- 2 16.1.6 2nd/3rd Item Screen ............................16- 3 16.1.7 4th Item Screen ..............................16- 3 16.2 DISPLAY (Status Display Mode) ......................16- 4 16.2.1 COPIER ................................16- 4 16.2.1.1 Copier List .................................... 16- 4 16.2.2 FEEDER ................................16- 8 16.2.2.1 Feeder List ...................................
  • Page 26 Contents 17.4.1.1 Outline....................................17- 10 17.4.1.2 Downloading Procedure..............................17- 10 17.4.2 Downloading RUI, and Language ........................17- 13 17.4.2.1 Outline....................................17- 13 17.4.2.2 Downloading Procedure..............................17- 14 17.4.3 Downloading SDICT............................17- 15 17.4.3.1 Outline....................................17- 15 17.4.3.2 Downloading Procedure..............................17- 15 17.4.4 Downloading MEAPCONT ..........................17- 17 17.4.4.1 Outline....................................
  • Page 27: Chapter 1 Introduction

    Chapter 1 Introduction...
  • Page 29 Contents Contents 1.1 System Construction ..............................1-1 1.1.1 Overview of the System with a Delivery Accessory ........................1-1 1.1.2 Overview of System Construction (output accessories) ......................1-1 1.1.3 Delivery Accessory System Configuration 1..........................1-1 1.1.4 Output Accessories System Configuration 1 ..........................1-2 1.1.5 Delivery Accessory System Configuration 2..........................
  • Page 30 Contents 1.2.5.3 Handling the Laser Unit....................................1-35 1.2.5.4 Safety of Toner ......................................1-36 1.2.6 Product Specifications ................................1-36 1.2.6.1 Product Specifications ....................................1-36 1.2.7 Function List ....................................1-37 1.2.7.1 Printing Speed....................................... 1-37 1.2.7.2 Printing Speed....................................... 1-38 1.2.7.3 Types of Paper ......................................1-39 1.2.7.4 Types of Paper ......................................
  • Page 31: System Construction

    1.1.1 Overview of the System with a Delivery Accessory 0006-6215 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / The system may include a delivery accessory that may enable any of the following three: - if a large volume of delivery processing or multiple types of delivery processing (e.g., stapling, punching) is needed: delivery accessory system configuration 1...
  • Page 32: Output Accessories System Configuration 1

    Chapter 1 [4]Buffer Path Unit-E1 [4a]Instruction Sheet (indicating references) [5]3 Way Unit-A1 [5a]Installation Procedure - Installation of the 3 Way Unit-A1 [6]Accessories Power Supply-P2 (needed when [6a]Installation Procedure installing [1] through [4]; standard with 120/ - Installation of the Accessories Power Supply-P2 230V model) The following shows the functions that the system will provide and the accessories that will be needed: T-1-2...
  • Page 33: Delivery Accessory System Configuration 2

    Inner Puncher Kit-Q1 1.1.5 Delivery Accessory System Configuration 2 0006-6233 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / The following shows a typical system configuration of this type: Remarks: The 3 Way Unit-A1 comes as standard with the following models:...
  • Page 34: Output Accessories System Configuration 2

    Power Supply-P2) [3]Output Tray-J1 [3a]Installation Procedure - installation of the Output Tray-J1 1.1.7 Delivery Accessory System Configuration 3 0006-6234 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / The following shows a typical system configuration of this type:...
  • Page 35: Pickup/original Handling Accessories System Configuration

    - Installation of the 3 Way Unit-A1 [3]Copy Tray-J1 [3a]Installation Procedure Installation of the Copy Tray-J1 1.1.8 Pickup/Original Handling Accessories System Configuration 0006-6254 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / The following shows a typical system configuration:...
  • Page 36: Input/original Handling Accessories System Configuration

    Chapter 1 [10] [10a] [1a] [9a] [4a] [8a] [6a] F-1-6 T-1-15 [1]DADF-N1 [1a]Installation Procedure - Installation of the DADF-N1 [2]Platen Cover Type-H [3]Original Holder-J1 [3a]Installation Procedure - Installation of the Original Holder-J1 [4]Side Paper Deck-Q1 [4a]Installation Procedure - Installation of the Side Paper Deck-Q1 [5]Card Reader-C1, Card Reader Mounting Kit-B1 [6]2-Cassette Pedestal-Y2 [6a]Installation Procedure...
  • Page 37: Reader Heater System Configuration

    [6]Envelope Cassette-C1 (100 V) [7]Envelope Cassette Attachment-C1 (115/200 V) [8a]Installation Procedure - installation of the Envelope Cassettes Attachment-C1 1.1.10 Reader Heater System Configuration 0006-6260 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / The following shows a typical system configuration:...
  • Page 38: Cassette Heater System Configuration 1

    (installation to the printer unit) - Installation of the Reader Heater Unit-B1 1.1.11 Cassette Heater System Configuration 1 0006-6261 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / The following shows a typical system configuration: [2a] F-1-9 T-1-18...
  • Page 39: Side Deck Heater System Configuration

    - Installation of the Cassette Heater Unit-25 - Installation of the Cassette Heater-29 (installation to the cassette pedestal) 1.1.13 Side Deck Heater System Configuration 0006-6264 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / The following shows a typical System configuration: [1a] [3a] [2a]...
  • Page 40: Printing/transmitting Accessories System Configuration

    - Installation of the Cassette Heater Unit-29 (installation to the cassette pedestal) 1.1.14 Printing/Transmitting Accessories System Configuration 0006-6265 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / The following is a diagram of the system configuration: [10] [11]...
  • Page 41: Printing/transmission Accessories System Configuration

    Chapter 1 Fax function (2-line) ==> Multi FAX Board-D1 MEAP application USB ==> USB Application Interface Board-D1 connection function Expansion Bus-B1 Security function ==> USB Application Interface Board-D1 (HDD initialization+ encryption) Expansion Bus-B1 iR Security Kit-A2 Encryption PDF function + ==>...
  • Page 42: Functions Of The Printing/transmission Functions

    USB Application Interface Board-D1 (HDD initialization+ encryption) Expansion Bus-B1 iR Security Kit-A2 iR System Expansion Kit-A1 1.2 Product Specifications 1.2.1 Names of Parts 1.2.1.1 Names of Parts 0007-2860 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / 1-12...
  • Page 43: External View

    [25] [24] F-1-15 [19] Reader over (right) [20] Copyboard glass [21] Reader cover (rear) [22] Face over (iR3570,4570) [23] Rear cover [24] Right cover (rear) [25] Manual feed pickup tray [26] Right cover (lower front) [27] Right door unit [28] Delivery cover [29] Right cover (upper) 1.2.1.2 External View...
  • Page 44: Cross-section

    [26] Right cover (lower front) [27] Right door unit [28] Delivery cover [29] Right cover (upper) 1.2.1.3 Cross-Section 0007-9223 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / iR2270/iR2270F/iR2870/iR2870F Model 1-14...
  • Page 45 Chapter 1 iR2230/iR2830/iR3530/iR2280F Model [1] [2] [10] [11] [29] [12] [13] [28] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [20] [21] [22] [23] [24] [26] [25] [27] F-1-18 iR3570/iR3570F/iR4570/iR4570F Model 1-15...
  • Page 46: Using The Machine

    0007-3138 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / / iR3530 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 47 Chapter 1 ON/OFF 1 2 3 F-1-20 iR4570/3570, 2870/2270 F-1-21 iR4530/3530/2830/2230 1-17...
  • Page 48: When Turning Off The Main Power Switch

    1.2.2.2 When Turning Off the Main Power Switch 0007-3160 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / iR3530 / Be sure always to turn off the control panel power switch before turning off the main power switch 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.
  • Page 49: Points To Note About Turning Off The Main Power Switch

    Chapter 1 F-1-24 1.2.2.3 Points to Note About Turning Off the Main Power Switch 0009-1736 iR2230 / / iR3530 / Before turning off the main power switch, you must first press the control panel power switch. When the Printer Unit Is in Operation or a Fax Is Being Received Check to be sure that the Execute/Memory lamp on the control panel is off.
  • Page 50: Control Panel

    Do not turn off the main power switch or the control panel power switch. (Otherwise, the machine may fail to operate.) F-1-26 1.2.2.4 Control Panel 0007-3163 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / ON/OFF 1 2 3 Additional Function Display Contrast...
  • Page 51: User Mode Items

    / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / *Factory settings. **Indicated in the presence of a specific accessory. ***If iR4570, iR3570, iR2870, or iR2270, indicated in the presence of a specific accessory (if model F, standard). T-1-27 Mode...
  • Page 52 Chapter 1 Mode Description - w/ inner tray tray A: host middle tray (lower) tray B: host middle tray (upper) tray A:*copy/box/printer/receive/fax/other tray B: copy/box/*printer/receive/*fax/*other fine setup for receive/fax tray A: receive, fax1, fax 2 tray B: receive/fax 1/*fax 2 - w/ inner tray + No.
  • Page 53 Chapter 1 Mode Description receive/fax: 1/2/*3 other: 1/2/*3 register form for image merge register: original size; full merge; see-through merge (20, *50, 90%); form name (up to 24 characters); form read delete delete check copy: select source of paper: print start detail info: indicate detailed information, change form name register page/stamp characters register/edit: character string (up to 16)
  • Page 54 Chapter 1 Mode Description w/ Inner Tray tray A: machine middle tray (lower) tray B: machine cent tray (upper) tray A: *copier/*box/printer/receive/fax/other tray B: copier/box/*printer/receive/*fax/*other detail setup (receive/fax) tray A: receive/fax 1/fax 2 tray B: *receive/fax 1/*fax 2 w/ inner tray + tray 3 tray A: machine middle tray (lower) tray B: machine middle tray (upper) tray C: tray 3...
  • Page 55: Setting The Time

    / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / *Factory settings. **Indicated in the presence of a specific accessory. ***If iR4570, iR3570, iR2870, or iR2270, indicated in the presence of a specific accessory (if model F, standard). T-1-31 Mode...
  • Page 56: Report Output

    1.2.3.7 Report Output 0007-3167 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / *Factory settings. ***If iR4570, iR3570, iR2870, or iR2270, indicated in the presence of a specific accessory (if model F, standard). T-1-33 Mode Description transmit (setup)***...
  • Page 57: System Control Settings

    HP-GL utility (status print, sample print) 1.2.3.9 System Control Settings 0007-3168 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / *Factory settings. **Indicated in the presence of a specific accessory.
  • Page 58: System Control Settings

    Chapter 1 Mode Description MEAP setup use HTTP: *ON/OFF use SSL: ON/OFF print system info: print set device info register recipient: auto search/register, register, detail info, delete distribution auto distribution setup: everyday, day of week, *none user mode setting: ON/*OFF network setting: include, do not include group ID: ON/*OFF address book : ON/*OFF...
  • Page 59: Copy Settings

    Chapter 1 1.2.3.11 Copy Settings 0007-3169 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / *Factory settings. **Items indicated in the presence of a specific accessory. T-1-37...
  • Page 60 Chapter 1 Mode Description volume control alarm sound level: 0 to 8 (*4) 0 to 8(*4) off-hook alarm: (*ON*/OFF) set fax ECM transmission (*ON/OFF) transmission set pause length: (*1 to 15 sec/4 to 11 sec/3 to 6 sec) function auto re-dial: (*ON/OFF) number of redials: 100V: 1-15 (*2), 120V: 1-10 (*2), 230V: 1-10 (*2) intervals for redials (min): 2-99 (*2) redial at communication error: 1st page and error page/all pages/off...
  • Page 61: Box Settings

    1.2.3.14 Box Settings 0007-3171 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / *Factory settings. *If iR4570, iR3570, iR2870, or iR2270, indicated in the presence of a specific accessory (if model F, standard).
  • Page 62: Address Book Settings

    1.2.3.17 Address Book Settings 0007-3173 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / *Factory settings. *If iR4570, iR3570, iR2870, or iR2270, indicated in the presence of a specific accessory (if model F, standard).
  • Page 63: Maintenance By The User

    1.2.4.1 Cleaning 0007-4601 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / - Copyboard Glass, Copyboard Cover (back; copyboard cover type H) Advise the user to clean the surface of the copyboard glass and the back of the copyboard cover at least once a month.
  • Page 64: Inspection

    1.2.4.2 Inspection 0007-4603 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / - Checking the Operation of the Leakage Breaker Advise the user to check the leakage breaker once or twice a month on a regular basis. Be sure also to ask the user to keep a record of checks.
  • Page 65: Safety

    0007-3174 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / iR3530 / Laser light can prove to be hazardous to the human body. The machine's laser unit is fully enclosed in a protective housing and external covers so that its light will not escape outside as long as the machine is used normally.
  • Page 66: Safety Of Toner

    1.2.5.4 Safety of Toner 0007-3177 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / iR3530 / 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.
  • Page 67: Function List

    Chapter 1 Image margin (left/right) left edge: 2.5 +1.5 mm (single-sided), 2.5 mm +2.0 (double-sided); right edge: 0.5 mm or more (single-sided), 0.5 mm or more (double-sided) Non-image width (leading edge) 2.5 +/-1.5 mm or less Non-image width (trailing edge) B4 or smaller: 2.5 +1.1, -1.7 mm;...
  • Page 68 No.4 10/6 1.2.7.2 Printing Speed 0007-7696 iR3570 / iR4570 / / / iR3530 Max/Min (max when the machine has fully cooled) A value in brackets [ ] represents the iR3570/3530. T-1-45 Single-sided Auto duplexing cassette feed manual feed cassette feed...
  • Page 69: Types Of Paper

    ISO-B5 12/8 ISO-C5 12/8 12/9 yogata NO.4 12/8 1.2.7.3 Types of Paper 0007-7893 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / T-1-46 Source Type Size Manual feed Paper Deck-Q1 Cassette tray Plain paper, eco paper, A3, B4, A4R, LDR, LGL, LTRR,...
  • Page 71: Chapter 2 Installation

    Chapter 2 Installation...
  • Page 73 Contents Contents 2.1 Making Pre-Checks................................2-1 2.1.1 Selecting the Site of Installation ..............................2-1 2.1.2 Selecting the Site of Installation ..............................2-2 2.1.3 Before Starting the Work (230V) ..............................2-3 2.1.4 Before Starting the Work (230VEUR) ............................2-5 2.2 Unpacking and Installation ............................2-6 2.2.1 Unpacking and Removing the Packaging Materials ........................
  • Page 74 Contents 2.10.3 Mounting the Cassette Heater Attachment ..........................2-38 2.11 Installing the Deck Heater ............................2-41 2.11.1 Checking the Parts to Install ..............................2-41 2.11.2 Turning Off the Host Machine..............................2-42 2.11.3 Installation Procedure ................................2-42 2.12 Installing the Voice Guidance Kit ..........................2-46 2.12.1 Checking Items in the Package ..............................
  • Page 75: Making Pre-checks

    2.1.1 Selecting the Site of Installation 0007-4754 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / Select the site of installation against the following requirements; if possible, visit the user's before delivery of the machine: 1) There must be a power outlet properly grounded and rated as indicated (+, -10%) for exclusive use by the machine.
  • Page 76: Selecting The Site Of Installation

    Chapter 2 100 mm min. 1,983 mm 107 mm 2,091 mm F-2-4 7) The machine must be placed in a well ventilated area. It is important to make sure, however, that the machine is not near the air vent (for suction) of the room. 2.1.2 Selecting the Site of Installation 0010-2889 iR2230 / / iR3530 /...
  • Page 77: Before Starting The Work (230v)

    7) The machine must be placed in a well ventilated area. It is important to make sure, however, that the machine is not near the air vent (for suction) of the room. 2.1.3 Before Starting the Work (230V) 0008-3400 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 1-1 Points to Make Before Installation Be sure to go through the following before starting the work: 1) If you are installing the machine after moving it from a cold to warm location, be sure to leave the machine unpacked for at least 2 hours so that the machine is fully used to the site temperature, thus avoiding image faults caused by condensation.
  • Page 78 [13] Stamp (DADF standard model only) covering rubber [14] Power Cable Service book case [15] Ferrite core Reversing Guide(iR3570 / [16] Touch Pen Holder 4570 model only) Cassette size label [17] Touch Pen Dial label *230V CA model --- 1pc...
  • Page 79: Before Starting The Work (230veur)

    Chapter 2 1-3 Names of Parts [18] [17] [16] [15] [10] [14] [11] [13] [12] F-2-9 [1] ADF reading glass retainer [2] DADF (Option) [3] Reader cover (front) [4] Control panel [5] Support cover (right) [6] Support cover [7] Delivery tray right cover [8] Delivery tray [9] Inside right cover [10] Front cover unit...
  • Page 80: Unpacking And Installation

    2.2.1 Unpacking and Removing the Packaging Materials 0006-6724 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / iR3530 / / / / / 1) Unpack and remove the plastic bags.
  • Page 81: Installing The Toner Bottle

    F-2-20 0007-4955 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / 5) Push down the lock lever [1] so that the toner bottle is secured. / iR2230 / / iR3530 / / / / /...
  • Page 82: Installing The Drum Unit

    2.2.3 Installing the Drum Unit 0006-6766 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR2230 / / iR3530 / / / / 1) Remove the two screws [1] and detach the front cover unit [2] as sliding it to the left.
  • Page 83 Chapter 2 F-2-29 F-2-32 10) Push down the developing assembly pressure lever [1] and apply pressure. - Do not touch the photosensitive drum surface. - Do not expose the photosensitive drum surface to light for a long period of time. - Do not touch the rowel of the drum.
  • Page 84: Securing The Copier Main Unit

    2.2.4 Securing the Copier Main Unit 0006-6767 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / iR3530 / / / / / - With a pedestal installed 1) Move the copier to the location where it will be installed, and then secure it with the 4 adjuster wheels of the pedestal.
  • Page 85: Connecting The Cable

    2.2.6 Connecting the Cable 0010-2913 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / iR3530 / / / / / 1) If you are installing a cassette pedestal, remove the lattice connector cover, and fit the lattice connector [1] of the cassette pedestal to the machine.
  • Page 86: Apvc Correction Of The Drum

    It is solved after making about three test copies. 2.2.10 Adjusting the Image Position 0008-2475 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / iR3530 / - Adjusting the Margin (1st side; mechanical) 1) Using the cassettes 1 and 2 and the manual feeder as the source of paper, make copies, and check to be sure that the left margin L1 is 2.5 +/-1.5...
  • Page 87 Chapter 2 *Adjusting the Cassette 1 6) Remove the 2 claws [2], and detach the grip (right front) [1] in the direction of the arrow. F-2-55 image F-2-52 7) Loosen the fixing screw [2] of the adjusting plate [1]. 8) While referring to the index you checked in step 5), move the adjusting plate back and forth.
  • Page 88: Attaching Other Parts

    F-2-61 2.2.11 Attaching Other Parts 0007-5087 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / - Service Book Holder 1) Remove release paper of the double-sided tape on the rib of the service book folder [1], and attach the holder to the bottom plate of the pedestal.
  • Page 89: Attaching Other Parts

    F-2-67 When installing the machine newly or when replacing the harness, be sure not to leave behind the ferrite core. - Reversing Guide (iR3570/4570 model only) 1) Fit the reversing guide [1]. F-2-70 Locations where the service book folder cannot be attached.
  • Page 90: If Not Connected To A Network

    2.2.13 If Not Connected to a Network power supply.). 0007-6496 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / iR3530 / Reference If the machine is not connected to a network, its control panel will indicate the message "Check the Connection to the Network."...
  • Page 91: Troubleshooting The Network

    2.4.1 Overview 0007-5609 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / iR3530 / The instructions that follow apply only when the machine is connected to a network. If an attempt to connect to the network fails, the following may be suspected: a.the connection between the machine and the network is faulty.
  • Page 92: Checking The Contents

    Chapter 2 The card reader must be used in combination with the Card Reader Mounting Kit-B1. 2.6.2 Checking the Contents 0007-2707 iR2270 / iR2870 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / iR2230 / / iR3530 / <Card Reader-C1> T-2-6 Card Reader-C1 1 pc.
  • Page 93 Chapter 2 F-2-80 1) Open the pedestal right door [1]. (if equipped with a Cassette Feeding Unit-Y2) 2) Open the lower right cover [2]. 3) Remove the 5 screws [3], and detach the right cover (rear) [4]. F-2-81 4) Remove the face plate [2] from the right cover (rear) [1] using nippers. F-2-82 5) Connect the relay cable [1] to the connector of the host machine.
  • Page 94 Chapter 2 F-2-83 6) Mount the rear right cover using 4 screws. 7) Mount the card reader [1] and the card reader base [2] using the included TP screw (M4x8) [4]. Be sure to use the washer [3] when doing so. F-2-84 8) Route the relay cable [2] through the wire saddle [1].
  • Page 95: Installation In A Netspot Accountant (nsa) Environment

    2.7.1 Installing the NE Controller-A1 0007-5625 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / iR3530 / When installing the NE Controller-A1 to its host machine, take note of the following: 1. be sure to perform the work in compliance with the laws and regulations of the country in question.
  • Page 96 Chapter 2 F-2-89 3) Remove the 4 screws [1], and detach the face plate [2] of the host machine's rear cover. F-2-90 4) Connect the cable [1] to the connector [2] of the host machine (intended for an NE controller). F-2-91 5) Secure the controller [1] to the host machine's rear cover using 4 screws [2].
  • Page 97 Chapter 2 F-2-93 7) Shift bit 4 of the DIP switch [1] (SW2-4) found on the PCB of the controller to ON (so that the communication mode between the host machine and the controller will be IPC). LED1 LED2 LED3 BAT1 LED5 LED6...
  • Page 98 Chapter 2 LED1 LED2 LED3 BAT1 LED5 LED6 LED4 F-2-96 T-2-8 Switch notation Setting SW3-1 SW3-2 function sets the modem signal transmission level to -16 dBm. sets the modem signal transmission level to -14 dBm. SW3-1 see right sets the modem signal transmission level to -12 dBm. SW3-2 sets the modem signal transmission level to -10 dBm.
  • Page 99 Chapter 2 LED1 LED2 LED3 BAT1 LED5 LED6 LED4 F-2-98 12) After making sure that LED5 [3] (red) has gone on, set the bits of the DIP switch [1] (SW2) on the PCB as indicated in the table; then, press the push switch [2] (SW4).
  • Page 100 Chapter 2 (LINE) of the controller. LED1 LED2 LED3 BAT1 LED5 LED6 LED4 F-2-101 15) Call the service station, and ask for initial settings for the controller. (When a call comes in, LED 4 [1] (red) will start to flash.) LED1 LED2 LED3 BAT1 LED5...
  • Page 101: Installing The Reader Heater

    2.8.2 Turning Off the Host Machine 0013-4841 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / / iR3025 / / iR3025N / iR3030 / / iR3030N / iR3035 / / iR3035N / iR3045 / / iR3045N 2-27...
  • Page 102: Installation Procedure

    2.8.3 Installation Procedure 0013-4838 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / / iR3025 / / iR3025N / iR3030 / / iR3030N / iR3035 / / iR3035N / iR3045 / / iR3045N 1) Open the copyboard cover/DADF.
  • Page 103: Installing The Cassette Heater

    Chapter 2 9) Pull the drive belt (front side) [1] to the right to move the contact sensor unit [2] to the center. F-2-110 10) Peel off the protective sheet [1], and fit the 2 clamps [2]. (Keep the protective sheet peeled until step 12).) 11) Fix the heater [4] in place using a screw (Binding;...
  • Page 104: Checking The Parts

    Chapter 2 F-2-112 T-2-12 Name Part No. Qty. Heater Unit FK2-0376-000 Plastic film FC5-6899-000 Screw (binding; M4X6) XB1-2400-607 2.9.2 Checking the Parts 0015-2853 iR3025 / / iR3025N / iR3030 / / iR3030N / iR3035 / / iR3035N / iR3045 / / iR3045N Prepare the following parts because each part of the Heater PCB is assigned as service part.
  • Page 105 Chapter 2 F-2-114 3) Fit the 3 hooks [2] of the heater unit [1] to the slit of the base plate to match the hole positions. In the case of mounting the heater unit, make sure to check that the 3 hooks [2] are tightly fitted and there is no jiggle.
  • Page 106 Chapter 2 F-2-117 7) Put back the cassette 1 and 2. 2. Mounting to the cassette pedestal side To operate the Cassette Heater Unit, the Heater PCB and Cassette Heater Attachment needs to be mounted. 1) Pull out the cassette 3 and 4. 2) While removing the hook by inserting the part indicated as [1] from the front side of the host machine with a flat blade screwdriver, detach the connector cover [2].
  • Page 107: Mounting The Heater Pcb

    Chapter 2 F-2-120 5) Attach the connector cover [1]. 6) Attach the plastic film [2] (for protecting the AC cable) over the cable [3] to fit the end of the connector cover [A] and the end of the rear side of the host machine [B].
  • Page 108 Chapter 2 F-2-123 4) Open the cassette right upper cover [1]. If the cassette pedestal was installed, open also the cassette right lower cover [2]. F-2-124 5) Detach the right cover (rear) [1]. - 5 screws [2] F-2-125 6) Using nippers cut off the face plate [2] of the right cover (rear) [1]. 2-34...
  • Page 109 Chapter 2 F-2-126 7) From the 2 wire saddles [1], free the harness of the AC connector [2]; then, close the wire saddles. 8) From the 2 edge saddles [3], free the harness of the AC connector [4]. F-2-127 9) From the 2 wire saddles [1] and the edge saddle [2], free the harness of the DC connector [3]. F-2-128 10) Remove the screw [1] of the heater PCB to separate the switch block [2].
  • Page 110 Chapter 2 F-2-130 12) Mount the heater PCB [1]. - 1 screw [2] (the one removed in the step 10).) F-2-131 13) Fit the DC connector [2] to the PCB segment [1]; then, route it through the edge saddle [3]. F-2-132 14) Secure the AC harness [1] of the heater with the edge saddle [2] and the 2 wire saddles [3].
  • Page 111: Installing The Cassette Heater For The Cassette Pedestal

    Chapter 2 F-2-134 17) Hook the claw [1] of the switch block on the right side plate, and fix it with the screw (TP; M3X6) [2]. F-2-135 18) Fix the removed parts. - right cover (rear) - right cover - lattice connector 19) Close the cassette upper right cover and cassette lower right cover.
  • Page 112: Turning Off The Host Machine

    Chapter 2 F-2-136 T-2-14 Name Part No. Qty. Power Code Unit FM3-0278-000 1 pc Power Code FK2-4628-000 1 pc Environment Heater Outlet FM3-0279-000 1 pc Retainer FC7-7138-000 1 pc Screw (TP; M3X6) XB6-7300-607 4 pc Outlet Label FU5-8018-000 1 pc 2.10.2 Turning Off the Host Machine 0015-2453 iR3025 / / iR3025N / iR3030 / / iR3030N / iR3035 / / iR3035N / iR3045 / / iR3045N...
  • Page 113 Chapter 2 F-2-138 4) Mount the environment heater outlet [1] using a screw (TP; M3X6) [2]. F-2-139 5) Connect the connector [1] to the heater PCB. F-2-140 6) Attach the rear cover. 7) Detach the rear cover [1] of the cassette pedestal. - 4 screws [2] 2-39...
  • Page 114 Chapter 2 F-2-141 8) Using nippers, cut off the face plate [2] of the rear cover [1] of the cassette pedestal. F-2-142 9) Connect the connector [1] of the power code unit, and while fitting the hooks [2] to the holes [3] found at the bottom of the cassette pedestal, attach it with 2 screws (TP;...
  • Page 115: Installing The Deck Heater

    Chapter 2 11) Connect the lattice connector to the host machine. 12) Connect the power code [1] to the power code unit [2] and the environment heater outlet [3] of the host machine. 13) Attach the outlet label [4]. F-2-145 14) Attach the plug cover [1] on the power code [2].
  • Page 116: Turning Off The Host Machine

    Chapter 2 AC cable FK2-1777-000 1pc. Binding screw (M4 X 4) XB1-2400-409 1pc. Screw (w/ washer) XA9-0266-000 2pcs. [10] Plug cover FC6-5776-000 1pc. 2.11.2 Turning Off the Host Machine 0015-3054 iR3025 / / iR3025N / iR3030 / / iR3030N / iR3035 / / iR3035N / iR3045 / / iR3045N How to Turn Off the Main Power When turning off the main power, be sure to go through the following steps to protect the hard disk:...
  • Page 117 Chapter 2 F-2-150 4) Remove the 6 screws [1], and then detach the rear cover [2] of the paper deck. F-2-151 5) Remove the 3 screws [1], disconnect the 1 connector [2], and then detach the front cover (upper) [3]. F-2-152 6) Remove the 2 screws [1], and then detach the upper cover[2].
  • Page 118 Chapter 2 7) Attach the cable protective bush [1] included with the package to the hole [2] on the top board of the paper deck. F-2-154 8) Place the heater unit [1] under the top board of the paper deck, and pull out the connector [2] from the hole [3] on the top board. 9) Hook the 2 hooks on the heater unit to the slit [4] on the top board of the paper deck, and fix it on the paper deck with the screw with washer [5].
  • Page 119 Chapter 2 Insert Insert F-2-158 14) Attach the harness [1] to the rear end plate of the paper deck with the 2 screws [2] (M4X8). F-2-159 15) Wrap the harness [1] around the cable guide [2] on the power cord mount. (One and a half turn) F-2-160 16) Connect each of the connectors at both ends of the harness unit to the heater connector and the AC power supply connector respectively.
  • Page 120: Installing The Voice Guidance Kit

    [3] Paper deck 2.12 Installing the Voice Guidance Kit 2.12.1 Checking Items in the Package 0010-9717 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / / / / 2-46...
  • Page 121: Turning Off The Host Machine

    2.12.2 Turning Off the Host Machine 0011-0573 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / iR3570N / / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / / / / Turning Off the Main Power When turning off the main power, be sure to go through the following in strict sequence to protect the machine's hard disk: [1] Hold down on the power switch on the control panel for 3 sec or more.
  • Page 122: Installation Procedure

    2.12.3 Installation Procedure 0010-9719 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / / / / 1. A point to keep in mind at installation Before starting to install the Voice Guidance Kit, be sure that the Expansion Bus-B1 has properly been installed.
  • Page 123 Chapter 2 F-2-167 4) Unscrew 2 screws [1] and detach the blanking plate [2]. F-2-168 5) Mount the facing plate [2] to the voice board [1] by 2 binding screws (M3X6) [3]. F-2-169 Checking the Position of the Slide Switch (SW1) on the Voice Guidance Board The slide switch (SW1) on the Voice Guidance Board is provided as a means of switching frequencies (33 MHz/66 MHz) to suit the transfer speed of the PCI bus.
  • Page 124 Chapter 2 33MHz 66MHz F-2-170 6) Fit the voice board [1] to the PCI Bus Expansion Kit-B1, and fix it in place using the 2 screws [2] removed in step 4). Cautions in mounting A voice board [1] must be mounted to a specified position. Be sure to mount it to the slot [A] on the Expansion Bus B-1 board.
  • Page 125 Chapter 2 F-2-173 9) Mount the speaker unit (lower) [1] to the upper right cover of the host machine with 2 binding screws (M3X16 [2] and M4X16 [3]). F-2-174 10) Mount the speaker unit (upper) [1] to the speaker unit (lower) mounted at step 19) and secure it with a binding screw (M4X6) [2] from under the lower unit. F-2-175 11) Take off the cover [1] from the code guide.
  • Page 126 Chapter 2 F-2-177 B: When a card reader is mounted on the iR host machine The right side --- 1 place F-2-178 13) Peel off the released paper of the code guide [1] and affix it to the host machine as shown in the figure. The rear 2-52...
  • Page 127 Chapter 2 F-2-179 The length of [2] should be about 10mm. 14) Plug the cable [2] into the speaker unit [1]. F-2-180 15) Run the cable [1] through the code guide [2] and mount the code guide cover [3]. Be sure to remove all the slack out of the cable. A: When a card reader is not mounted on the iR host machine The right side F-2-181...
  • Page 128 Chapter 2 F-2-182 B: When a card reader is mounted on the iR host machine The right side F-2-183 The rear F-2-184 16) Mount the ferrite core [1] to the cable. Ensure that the length of [2] is 50mm or shorter. 2-54...
  • Page 129 Chapter 2 F-2-185 17) Plug the cable [1] in the terminal of voice board. F-2-186 18) Plug the power cable (for receptacle) of the iR host machine into a receptacle. 19) Turn on the main power switch. 20) Check if the voice board has been recognized. service mode COPIER >...
  • Page 130 Chapter 2 [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] F-2-187 Speaker Unit (Upper) 1pc. Speaker Unit (Lower) 1pc. Cable (1300 mm) 1pc. [4]* Cable (1850 mm) 1pc. Cable Guide 7pc. Voice Board 1pc. (Use eithe 4 or 5 cable guide(S)) Voice Board Face Plate 1pc.
  • Page 131: Installation Procedure

    Chapter 2 2.12.7 Installation Procedure 0015-0862 iR3025 / / iR3025N / iR3030 / / iR3030N / iR3035 / / iR3035N / iR3045 / / iR3045N 1. Installation Procedure 1) Detach the face cover [1] in the direction shown by the arrow. - 4 screws [2] (to remove) - 2 screws [3] (to loosen) F-2-188...
  • Page 132 Chapter 2 33MHz 66MHz 4) Fit the voice board [1] to the PCI Bus Expansion Kit-B1 [A], and fix it in place using the 2 screws [2] removed in step 2). Cautions in mounting Be sure that the PCB is perpendicular to the connector. [C] [B] F-2-191 F-2-192...
  • Page 133 Chapter 2 F-2-193 7) Mount the speaker unit (lower) [1]. - 1 screw (binding; M3X16) [2] - 1 screw (binding; M4X16) [3] F-2-194 8) Mount the speaker unit (upper) [1] on the speaker unit (lower), fix them with a screw (binding; M4X6) [2] from beneath. F-2-195 9) Detach the cover [1] on the cable guide.
  • Page 134 Chapter 2 F-2-197 B: When a card reader is mounted on the host machine The right side --- 1 place F-2-198 11) Connect the cable [2] into the speaker unit [1]. F-2-199 12) Run the cable [1] through the cable guide [2] and mount the cable guide cover [3]. There should no excessive bending of the cable.
  • Page 135 Chapter 2 F-2-200 B: When a card reader is mounted on the host machine The right side F-2-201 13) Attach the ferrite core [1] to the cable. Be sure that the length [2] is 50 mm or shorter. F-2-202 14) Connect the cable [1] to the terminal [2] of the voice board. F-2-203 15) Run the cable [1] through the code guide [2] and mount the code guide cover [3].
  • Page 136 Chapter 2 F-2-204 B: When a card reader is mounted on the host machine The rear F-2-205 16) Connect the power cable to the outlet. 17) Turn ON the main power switch. 18) Check if the voice board is recognized. Service mode Select COPIER >...
  • Page 137: Installing The Voice Operation Kit

    Chapter 2 2.13 Installing the Voice Operation Kit 2.13.1 A point to keep in mind at installation 0015-1982 iR3025 / / iR3025N / iR3030 / / iR3030N / iR3035 / / iR3035N / iR3045 / / iR3045N - In order to install this equipment, "Expansion Bus-B1" is required. - In case of installing this equipment, "Voice Guidance Kit-B1"...
  • Page 138: Turning Off The Host Machine

    Chapter 2 [15] Voice Guidance Kit Users Guide 1pc. [16] Voice Guidance Kit Users Guide CD 1pc. [17] Voice Operation Kit Users Guide 1pc. [18] Voice Operation Kit Users Guide CD 1pc. [19] Voice Operation Quick Guide 1pc. [20] FCC/IC Sheet 1pc.
  • Page 139: Installation Procedure

    Chapter 2 2.13.4 Installation Procedure 0015-0866 iR3025 / / iR3025N / iR3030 / / iR3030N / iR3035 / / iR3035N / iR3045 / / iR3045N 1. Installation Procedure 1) Detach the face cover [1] in the direction shown by the arrow. - 4 screws [2] (to remove) - 2 screws [3] (to loosen) F-2-207...
  • Page 140 Chapter 2 Checking the Position of the Slide Switch (SW1) on the Voice Guidance Board The slide switch (SW1) on the Voice Guidance Board is provided as a means of switching frequencies (33 MHz/66 MHz) to suit the transfer speed of the PCI bus. It is important for the switch setting to suit the transfer speed so that the voice will be free of interruption.
  • Page 141 Chapter 2 F-2-212 7) Remove the two screws [1] from the speaker unit and then remove the speaker unit (lower) [2]. F-2-213 8) Mount the speaker unit (lower) [1]. - 1 screw (binding; M3X20) [2] - 1 screw (binding; M4X20) [3] F-2-214 9) Mount the speaker unit (upper) [1] to the speaker unit (lower) using the two screws [2] that have been removed in step 7) from underneath.
  • Page 142 Chapter 2 10) Detach the cover [1] of the cable guide. F-2-216 11) Peel off the released paper of the code guide [1] and affix it to the host machine as shown in the figure. A: When a card reader is not mounted on the host machine F-2-217 B: When a card reader is mounted on the host machine F-2-218...
  • Page 143 Chapter 2 F-2-220 14) Run the cable [1] through the code guide [2] and mount the code guide cover [3]. There should no excessive bending of the cable. A: When a card reader is not mounted on the host machine F-2-221 B: When a card reader is mounted on the host machine F-2-222...
  • Page 144 Chapter 2 16) Fix the 3 wire saddles [2] with the rear cover [1]. F-2-224 17) Fix it with 3 wire saddles [2] so that there is no bending of the cable [1]. F-2-225 18) Connect the power cable to the power plug. 19) Turn ON the main power switch.
  • Page 145 Chapter 2 Voice Navigation Selection Select the voice navigation type. Voice Guide + Voice Guide Voice Recognition Recognition You can perform operations using voice commands, or listen to the voice guide and perform operations using keys. Cancel System Monitor F-2-227 3) When the display of the number of copy is enclosed with red lines on the screen, "Voice Operation Kit"...
  • Page 147 Chapter 3 Basic Operation...
  • Page 149: Construction

    Contents Contents 3.1 Construction ...................................3-1 3.1.1 Functional Construction................................3-1 3.1.2 Major PCB Wiring diagram................................. 3-1 3.2 Basic Sequence ................................3-2 3.2.1 Basic Sequence of Operation at Power-On..........................3-2...
  • Page 151: Construction

    0008-0985 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / iR3530 / 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 152: Basic Sequence

    Memo:The arrows in the diagram indicate the wring between PCBs, and do not indicate the direction of individual signals. 3.2 Basic Sequence 3.2.1 Basic Sequence of Operation at Power-On 0008-1235 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / iR3530 / 1. Reader Unit...
  • Page 153 Chapter 3 Shading correction CIS output Main power offset correction switch ON SREADY STBY Reader motor (M501) CIS HP sensor (PS503) Shading Shading CIS output Shading position position position offset correction - LED intensity adjustment (when lit in each color) : forward - CIS output gain adjustment : reverse...
  • Page 155 Chapter 4 Main Controller...
  • Page 157 Contents Contents 4.1 Construction ...................................4-1 4.1.1 Construction and Mechanisms ..............................4-1 4.1.2 Construction and Functions ................................. 4-1 4.2 Construction of the Electrical Circuitry .........................4-2 4.2.1 Main Controller PCB ................................... 4-2 4.2.2 Main Controller PCB ................................... 4-3 4.2.3 HDD ......................................4-4 4.2.4 HDD ......................................
  • Page 158 Contents 4.7.4.2 Removing the Face Cover (optional)................................4-27 4.7.4.3 Removing the Counter PCB ..................................4-27 4.7.4.4 Removing the Counter PCB (optional)................................. 4-28 4.7.4.5 Removing the HDD ...................................... 4-28 4.7.4.6 Removing the HDD (optional) ..................................4-28...
  • Page 159: Construction

    4.1.1 Construction and Mechanisms 0006-6582 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / The machine's main controller block consists of the following and has the following functions:...
  • Page 160: Construction Of The Electrical Circuitry

    0006-6592 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / The following is a diagram showing the major control mechanisms of the main controller according to connectors:...
  • Page 161: Main Controller Pcb

    Chapter 4 J1014 J1004 J1016 J1028 J1003 J1029 IC1005 IC1010 J1018 J1017 J1024 IC1084 J1006 IC1008 J1013 IC1009 IC1004 IC1100 J1061 J1062 IC1003 BATTERY IC1001 J1010 IC1006 J1026 J1023 IC1002 J1022 J1060 J1030 J1005 J1020 J1059 J1027 J1021 F-4-3 T-4-3 Connector Description J1003...
  • Page 162 J1030 fax connector (1-line) J1061 Ethernet pot (10/100Base-T) 4.2.3 HDD 0006-6595 iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR3570N / / iR4570N The HDD is divided into 11 partitions (blocks), each assigned with specific functions. T-4-5 Partition Description FSTDEV Collects compressed image data.
  • Page 163: Hdd

    Chapter 4 Partition Description PDL_DEV Stores PDL font, etc. BOOTDEV Stores execution module, message data file, RUI content, etc. FSTCDEV $ (not used) FSTDEV TMP_GEN TMP_PSS TMP_FAX APL_SEND APL_MEAP APL_GEN IMG_MNG PDLDEV BOOTDEV FSTCDEV F-4-5 The following shows the construction of the machine's system software: T-4-6 System software Description...
  • Page 164 F-4-6 4.2.4 HDD 0008-4957 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / The HDD is divided into 11 partitions (blocks), each assigned with specific functions. T-4-7...
  • Page 165: Hdd (optional)

    Chapter 4 FSTDEV TMP_GEN TMP_PSS TMP_FAX APL_SEND APL_MEAP APL_GEN IMG_MNG PDLDEV BOOTDEV FSTCDEV F-4-7 The following shows the construction of the machine's system software: T-4-8 System software Description Location Remarks System System module (controls HDD (BOOTDEV) mechanism as a whole) Language Language module (controls LCD HDD (BOOTDEV)
  • Page 166: Hdd (optional)

    Chapter 4 RCON Reader unit DCON Main controller PCB DC controller PCB BOOT SYSTEM Language BOOTDEV BOOTDEV MEAP G3FAX F-4-8 4.2.5 HDD (optional) 0008-8061 iR2230 / / iR3530 / The HDD is divided into 11 partitions (blocks), each assigned with specific functions. T-4-9 Partition Description...
  • Page 167 Chapter 4 FSTDEV TMP_GEN TMP_PSS TMP_FAX APL_SEND APL_MEAP APL_GEN IMG_MNG PDLDEV BOOTDEV FSTCDEV F-4-9 The following shows the construction of the machine's system software: T-4-10 System software Description Location Remarks System System module (controls HDD (BOOTDEV) mechanism as a whole) Language Language module (controls LCD HDD (BOOTDEV)
  • Page 168: Start-up Sequence

    4.3.1 Overview 0006-6702 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / The system software used to control the machine is stored on the HDD. When the machine is started, the CPU on the main controller PCB reads the system software from the HDD according to the instructions of the boot ROM boot program, and writes it to the image memory (SDRAM) of the controller PCB.
  • Page 169: Start-up Sequence

    Chapter 4 4.3.2 Start-Up Sequence 0006-6703 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / <Boot ROM Area> -Self Diagnosis Program (interval 1) The self-diagnosis program is run by the CPU on the main controller PCB when the main power switch is turned on.
  • Page 170: Shut-down Sequence

    0006-8356 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / 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 171: Image Processing

    4.5.1 Overview of the Image Flow 0006-6704 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / The following shows the flow of images in relation to the machine's functions:...
  • Page 172: Construction Of The Image Processing Module

    0006-6712 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / The image data colleted by the contact image sensor is processed by the main controller PCB.
  • Page 173: Compressio/ Extesion/ Editing Block

    4.5.5 Compressio/ Extesion/ Editing Block 0006-6714 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / Here, image data is processed for compression, extension, and editing. Main controller PCB...
  • Page 174: Printer Unit Output Image Processing

    0006-6715 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / The main controller processes the image data coming from the printer unit for output to the printer unit.
  • Page 175: Flow Of Image Data For The Copy Function

    (raw data) DC controller PCB F-4-25 4.6.3 Flow of Image Data for the Box Function 0006-6747 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / 4-17...
  • Page 176: Flow Of Image Data For The Box Function

    4.6.5 Flow of Image Data for the SEND Function 0006-6749 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / The following is the flow of image data when the SEND function is in use.
  • Page 177: Flow Of Image Data For The Send Function

    0006-6750 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / The following is the flow of image data when the fax transmission function is in use:...
  • Page 178: Flow Of Image Data For The Fax Transmission Function

    Super G3 fax board F-4-31 4.6.9 Flow of Image Data for the Fax Reception Function 0006-6751 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / 4-20...
  • Page 179: Flow Of Image Data For The Fax Reception Function

    Chapter 4 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 SDRAM Data rotation Data compression Data expansion Image processing block for printer unit DC controller PCB F-4-32 4.6.10 Flow of Image Data for the Fax Reception Function...
  • Page 180: Flow Of Image Data For The Pdl Function

    0007-6401 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the 13 screws [1] and then the other screw [2]; then, detach the rear cover [3].
  • Page 181: Removing The Main Controller Pcb

    F-4-36 4.7.1.2 Removing the Main Controller PCB 0007-6417 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Disconnect the connector [1]. F-4-37 Freeing the Flexible Cable To free the flexible cable [1], shift up the lock first as shown.
  • Page 182: Removing The Face Cover

    4.7.2.1 Removing the Face Cover 0007-6411 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the 4 screws [1]. 2) Loosen the 2 screws [2].
  • Page 183: Removing The Face Cover

    4.7.2.2 Removing the SDRAM 0007-6412 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Release the 2 locking levers [1], and detach the SDRAM [2].
  • Page 184: Removing The Boot Rom

    4.7.3.2 Removing the Boot ROM 0007-6414 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Push the locking lever [1], and detach the boot ROM [2].
  • Page 185: Removing The Face Cover (optional)

    3) Pull off the face cover [1] in upward direction. F-4-50 4.7.4.3 Removing the Counter PCB 0008-2478 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N 1) Remove the screw [1], and detach the counter PCB [2]. 4-27...
  • Page 186: Removing The Counter Pcb (optional)

    4.7.4.5 Removing the HDD 0007-6410 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N 1) Remove the 2 screws [1], and detach the HDD [2] in the direction of the arrow.
  • Page 187 Chapter 5 Original Exposure System...
  • Page 189 Contents Contents 5.1 Construction ...................................5-1 5.1.1 Specifications, Control Mechanisms, and Functions ........................5-1 5.1.2 Major Components..................................5-1 5.1.3 Construction of the Control System............................. 5-2 5.1.4 Reader Controller PCB ................................5-3 5.2 Basic Sequence ................................5-4 5.2.1 Basic Sequence of Operation at Power-On..........................5-4 5.2.2 Basic Sequence of Operation in Response to a Press on the Start Key (book mode;...
  • Page 190 Contents 5.4.5 Copyboard Cover Open/Close Sensor ............................5-22 5.4.5.1 Removing the Reader Rear Cover ................................5-22 5.4.5.2 Removing the Copyboard Cover Open/Closed Sensor (front/rear)......................5-22 5.4.6 Contact Sensor HP Sensor ................................. 5-22 5.4.6.1 Removing the Copyboard Glass ................................... 5-22 5.4.6.2 Removing the ADF Reading Glass................................5-23 5.4.6.3 Removing the Contract Sensor Home Position Sensor ..........................
  • Page 191: Construction

    0006-5712 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The major specifications, control mechanisms, and functions of the machine's original exposure system are as follows:...
  • Page 192: Construction Of The Control System

    5.1.3 Construction of the Control System 0006-5715 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The machine's control system is constructed as follows:...
  • Page 193: Reader Controller Pcb

    5.1.4 Reader Controller PCB 0006-5718 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The machine's reader controller PCB has the following functional construction:...
  • Page 194: Basic Sequence

    5.2 Basic Sequence 5.2.1 Basic Sequence of Operation at Power-On 0006-5719 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / Shading correction CIS output...
  • Page 195: Basic Sequence Of Operation In Response To A Press On The Start Key (adf Mode; 1 Original )

    5.2.3 Basic Sequence of Operation in Response to a Press on the Start Key (ADF mode; 1 original ) 0006-5721 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / Only if 1 min or more...
  • Page 196: Various Control

    5.3.1.1 Outline 0006-5722 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The machine's scanner system consists of the following components: Reader motor...
  • Page 197: Contact Image Sensor (cis)

    0006-5927 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The machine uses a contact image sensor (CIS) to expose and read an image, and the image is read on a line-by-line basis.
  • Page 198: Analog Control Inside The Contact Image Sensor

    0006-5928 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The contact image sensor (CIS) is used to control analog image processing in the following flow of work: The light reflected by the original is collected by the rod lens array;...
  • Page 199: Enlargement/reduction

    5.3.3.1 Changing the Magnification in Main Scanning Direction 0006-5724 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / In Book Mode/ADF Mode The image is read at 100% in main scanning direction, and the magnification is varied by processing the data on the main controller PCB.
  • Page 200: Outline Of Size Identification

    5.3.4.2 Outline of Size Identification 0006-6792 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / -In Bk Mode 1 original (A4R), copyboard cover (copyboard cover/ADF) is closed 1.
  • Page 201: Dirt Sensor Control

    0006-5929 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The machine changes the original read point depending on the presence/absence of dust on the stream reading glass or the platen roller of the ADF, or it may execute image correction to prevent the dust from showing up in the output.
  • Page 202 Chapter 5 Start key Main power switch WMUPR STBY SCAN SCAN Dust detection control Dust detection control Dust detection control F-5-22 <Particulars of Control> -At the End of a Job (dust detection) The contact image sensor (CIS) checks the light reflected by the surface of the platen roller of the ADF at the read point for the presence/absence of dust. Presence of dust is detected at points A, B, and C in this order.
  • Page 203: Image Processing

    0006-5930 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The following shows the major specifications and functions of the machine's image processing system:...
  • Page 204: Ccd Drive

    0006-5931 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The machine's CCD sensor is a 1-line linear image sensor consisting of 7488 photocells. After completion of photoelectric conversion in the light-receiving block, the signals are output to the AP circuit in the reader controller circuit board in parallel for each channel (total eight channels) of the CCD array.
  • Page 205: Shading Correction

    5.3.6.7 Shading Correction 0006-5938 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The machine executes this correction for every scan made in main shading unit.
  • Page 206: Removing The Reader Rear Cover

    5.4.2.2 Removing the Reader Rear Cover 0007-0742 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Disconnect the ADF communications cable [1] (if equipped with an ADF) F-5-35 5.4.2.5 Removing the Copyboard Glass...
  • Page 207: Removing The Reader Controller Pcb

    F-5-37 5.4.2.6 Removing the Reader Controller PCB 0007-0745 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the cover [1]. F-5-41 5) Go to the back of the machine, and free the cable from the 5 wire saddles [1];...
  • Page 208: After Replacing The Reader Controller Pcb Or After Initializing The Ram

    After Initializing the RAM 0007-0746 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / - Before replacing the reader controller PCB, be sure to generate the latest P- PRINT printout.
  • Page 209: Scanner Motor

    5.4.3.1 Removing the Reader Rear Cover 0007-3432 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Disconnect the ADF communications cable [1] (if equipped with an ADF) F-5-52 5.4.4 Contact sensor...
  • Page 210: Removing The Reader Rear Cover

    4) Remove the 2 screws [1], and detach the reader front cover [2]. 5.4.4.3 Removing the Copyboard Glass 0007-3421 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the copyboard cover (or ADF).
  • Page 211: Removing The Contact Image Sensor (cis)

    F-5-59 5.4.4.4 Removing the Contact Image Sensor (CIS) 0006-9762 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / Rod lens array 1) Pull the drive belt (front) [1] in the direction of the arrow so that the contact image sensor (CIS) [2] will move where it is shown in the figure.
  • Page 212: Removing The Copyboard Cover Open/closed Sensor (front/rear)

    Be sure to enter the value indicated on the CIS label attached to the contact 0007-0753 image sensor (CIS) using the following service mode item: iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / COPIER>ADJUST>CCD>MTF-MG (main scanning direction MTR correction value) 1) Disconnect the 2 connectors [1], and remove the screw [2];...
  • Page 213: Removing The Adf Reading Glass

    5.4.6.2 Removing the ADF Reading Glass 0007-3426 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / After replacing the sensor, pull the drive belt (rear) [1] in the direction of the arrow so that the contact image sensor (CIS) [2] is returned to the farthest 1) Open the copyboard glass (or ADF).
  • Page 214: Removing The Copyboard Glass

    F-5-77 5.4.7.2 Removing the Copyboard Glass 0007-3425 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / F-5-79 1) Open the copyboard cover (or ADF).
  • Page 215: Reader Heater (option)

    5.4.8 Reader Heater (option) 5.4.8.1 Removing the Copyboard Glass 0007-3423 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 1) Open the copyboard cover (or ADF).
  • Page 216: Removing The Reader Heater (right)

    5.4.8.4 Removing the Reader Heater (left) 0007-0760 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 1) Pull the drive belt (front) [1] in the direction of the arrow so that the contact image sensor (CIS) [2] is where it is indicated in the figure.
  • Page 217 Chapter 5 F-5-91 5-27...
  • Page 219 Chapter 6 Laser Exposure...
  • Page 221 Contents Contents 6.1 Construction ...................................6-1 6.1.1 Specifications, Control Mechanism, and Functions ........................6-1 6.1.2 Major Components..................................6-1 6.1.3 Construction of the Control System............................. 6-1 6.2 Basic Sequence ................................6-3 6.2.1 Basic Sequence ................................... 6-3 6.3 Various Controls ................................6-3 6.3.1 Controlling the Laser Activation Timing............................. 6-3 6.3.1.1 Turning On and off the Laser Light ................................6-3 6.3.1.2 Main Scanning Synchronous Control ................................6-4 6.3.2 Controlling the Intensity of Laser Light ............................
  • Page 223: Construction

    Chapter 6 6.1 Construction 6.1.1 Specifications, Control Mechanism, and Functions 0006-9404 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / Laser Light T-6-1 Number of laser beams Output 5mW (iR2270/2870/2230/2830) 10mW (iR3570/4570/3530) Wave length 785 nm - 800 nm (infrared light)
  • Page 224 VDO1 /VDO1 CNT0 CNT1 CNT2 /VDO2 VDO2 PWCHG POLYGON FG +24V P ACC P DEC +3.3V F-6-2 iR3570/3570F/4570/4570F/3530 iR3570/iR3570F/iR4570/iR4570F VDO1 /VDO1 CNT0 CNT1 CNT2 /VDO2 VDO2 PWCHG STAND BY FG PULSE DETECT POLYGON FG +24V P ACC P DEC +3.3V...
  • Page 225: Basic Sequence

    0006-5972 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / When the control panel power switch is turned on, the laser scanner starts to rotate; when the motor rotation reaches its target revolution, the machine turns on the laser unit.
  • Page 226: Main Scanning Synchronous Control

    6.3.1.2 Main Scanning Synchronous Control 0006-5974 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The synchronous control in the main scanning direction is performed in the synch circuit based on the BD synch signal.
  • Page 227: Controlling The Intensity Of Laser Light

    0006-5976 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The laser light hitting the photodiode included in the laserdiode is monitored and is controlled so that it remains a specific level at all times.
  • Page 228: Parts Replacement Procedure

    6.4.1.2 Removing the Left Cover 0007-8349 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the 4 screws [1], and detach the left cover [2].
  • Page 229 Chapter 6 F-6-13 3) Remove the screw [1], and detach the fixing [2]. F-6-14 4) Lift the front of the laser unit [1], and slide it to the front. F-6-15 When sliding out the laser scanner unit, be sure to take care not to touch the PCB mounted to the laser scanner unit.
  • Page 231 Chapter 7 Image Formation...
  • Page 233 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 ........................7-1 7.2 Image Formation Process...............................7-2 7.2.1 Image Formation Process (outline) .............................. 7-2 7.2.2 Image Formation Process (image formation) ..........................7-3 7.3 Basic Sequence ................................7-3 7.3.1 Sequence of Operation (initial rotation) ............................
  • Page 234 Contents 7.12.1.1 Removing the Front Cover Unit ................................. 7-12 7.12.1.2 Removing the Waste Toner Case................................7-12 7.12.1.3 Removing the Toner Cartridge ................................... 7-12 7.12.1.4 Removing the Drum Unit ................................... 7-13 7.12.1.5 Removing the Developing Assembly ................................. 7-13 7.12.1.6 Removing the Upper Tray ..................................7-14 7.12.1.7 Removing the Toner Cartridge Cover ................................
  • Page 235 Contents 7.12.9.12 Removing the Toner Level Sensor................................7-37 7.12.10 Toner Feedscrew Motor ................................. 7-37 7.12.10.1 Removing the Front Cover Unit................................7-37 7.12.10.2 Removing the Waste Toner Case ................................7-37 7.12.10.3 Removing the Toner Cartridge..................................7-38 7.12.10.4 Removing the Drum Unit..................................7-38 7.12.10.5 Removing the Developing Assembly................................7-39 7.12.10.6 Removing the Upper Tray..................................7-40 7.12.10.7 Removing the Toner Cartridge Cover...............................7-40 7.12.10.8 Removing the Pre-Exposure Lamp ................................7-40...
  • Page 237: Construction

    7.1 Construction 7.1.1 Specifications of the Image Formation System 0006-6168 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / Drum Unit Specifications T-7-1...
  • Page 238: Image Formation Process

    [8] Drum cleaning unit 7.2 Image Formation Process 7.2.1 Image Formation Process (outline) 0006-5983 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / F-7-2 T-7-6 Item...
  • Page 239: Basic Sequence

    7.2.2 Image Formation Process (image formation) 0006-6411 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / F-7-3 [1] The difference in potential between the drum surface and the developing sleeve causes toner to adhere to the latent static image on the drum, turning the image into a visible image.
  • Page 240: Sequence Of Operation (copying)

    In [1] above, a cleaning bias (-2600 V) is applied. 7.3.2 Sequence of Operation (initial rotation) 0006-6867 iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The following is the sequence of operation of initial rotation: Pickup from the Cassette...
  • Page 241: Sequence Of Operation (copying)

    In [1] above, a cleaning bias (-2600 V) is applied. 7.3.4 Sequence of Operation (copying) 0006-6869 iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The sequence of operation during copying is as follows: Registration...
  • Page 242: Image Stabilization Control

    0006-5986 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / At times, changes in the environment or wear on the machine can cause its image output to become unstable. To make sure that its output will remain stable at all...
  • Page 243: Primary Charging Roller Cleaning Mechanism

    0006-5992 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The machine uses a brush [3] to clean the primary charging roller [2], which remains in contact with the photosensitive drum [1]. The brush has a reciprocating mechanism and is driven by a cam [4], operating while the photosensitive drum is being driven.
  • Page 244: Toner Container

    0006-6323 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The toner cartridge is constructed as shown in the following figure. The cartridge is filled with 1-component insulating magnetic toner (if iR3570/4570, 1220 g; if iR2270/2870, 1060 g).
  • Page 245: Controlling The Drive Of The Toner Cartridge

    0006-5996 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / When a request is made for a supply of toner, the toner cartridge drive motor rotates in the direction shown in the following figure; its drive is transmitted from the drive motor to the toner cartridge, thus rotating the toner cartridge.
  • Page 246: Recovery Sequence

    However, in the case of the iR3570/iR4570 Series machines, the drive of the main motor is controlled to 2 different speeds, and the toner inside the developing...
  • Page 247: Cleaning

    0006-6318 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The machine uses the transfer roller cleaning mechanism to return the toner sticking to the transfer roller back to the photosensitive drum by applying a cleaning bias to the roller.
  • Page 248: Parts Replacement Procedure

    7.12.1.2 Removing the Waste Toner Case 0007-8031 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the waste toner case [1].
  • Page 249: Removing The Drum Unit

    F-7-27 7.12.1.4 Removing the Drum Unit 0007-8343 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the right door [1]. F-7-32 Be sure to hold the drum unit as shown.
  • Page 250: Removing The Upper Tray

    7.12.1.6 Removing the Upper Tray 0007-8345 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the 2 screws [1], and detach the upper tray [2].
  • Page 251: Drum Unit

    7.12.1.7 Removing the Toner Cartridge Cover 7.12.2 Drum Unit 0007-8346 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / 7.12.2.1 Removing the Front Cover Unit / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 /...
  • Page 252: Removing The Drum Unit

    F-7-49 7.12.2.3 Removing the Drum Unit 0007-8341 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the right door [1]. F-7-54 Be sure to hold the drum unit as shown.
  • Page 253: Removing The Waste Toner Case

    Chapter 7 7.12.3.3 Removing the Toner Cartridge 0007-8351 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Shift up the lever [1].
  • Page 254: Removing The Developing Assembly

    3) Shift the locking lever [1] to the left to release the developing assembly. F-7-68 7.12.3.5 Removing the Developing Assembly 0007-8353 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / F-7-65 / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 4) Remove the screw [1].
  • Page 255: Removing The Upper Tray

    7.12.3.6 Removing the Upper Tray 0007-8354 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the 2 screws [1], and detach the upper tray [2].
  • Page 256: Removing The Pre-exposure Lamp

    7.12.3.8 Removing the Pre-Exposure Lamp 0007-8357 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the 2 wire saddles [1], and disconnect the 2 relay connectors [2].
  • Page 257: Removing The Hopper Assembly

    7.12.3.11 Removing the Hopper Assembly 0007-8360 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the inside base cover [1] and the inside right color [2].
  • Page 258: Removing The Waste Toner Case

    7.12.4.3 Removing the Toner Cartridge 1) Open the front cover [1]. 0007-8386 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Shift up the lever [1].
  • Page 259: Removing The Developing Assembly

    3) Shift the locking lever [1] to the left to release the developing assembly. F-7-103 7.12.4.5 Removing the Developing Assembly 0007-8388 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / F-7-100 / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 4) Remove the screw [1].
  • Page 260: Removing The Upper Tray

    7.12.4.6 Removing the Upper Tray 0007-8389 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the 2 screws [1], and detach the upper tray [2].
  • Page 261: Removing The Pre-exposure Lamp

    7.12.4.8 Removing the Pre-Exposure Lamp 0007-8391 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the 2 wire saddles [1], and disconnect the 2 relay connectors [2].
  • Page 262: Removing The Hopper Assembly

    7.12.4.11 Removing the Hopper Assembly 0007-8394 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the inside base cover [1] and the inside right color [2].
  • Page 263: Removing The Sub Hopper

    7.12.4.13 Removing the Sub Hopper 0007-8396 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the 2 screws [2] from the back of the sub hopper [1].
  • Page 264: Developing Assembly

    7.12.5.2 Removing the Waste Toner Case 0007-8029 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the waste toner case [1].
  • Page 265: Developing Cylinder

    7.12.6 Developing Cylinder 7.12.6.1 Detaching the Developing Cylinder 0008-0013 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / F-7-144 When you remove a developing cylinder from the developing assembly housing, be careful with the following points.
  • Page 266 Chapter 7 F-7-147 2) Slide out the sleeve front guide [2] in the direction of the arrow while releasing the claw [1]. F-7-152 When mounting the sleeve bushing, be careful with the following points. Match the projection [4] of the sleeve bushing to the depression of the gear unit side plate to mount.
  • Page 267: Transfer Charging Roller

    7.12.7 Transfer Charging Roller 7.12.7.1 Removing the Transfer Roller 0007-8431 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the right door [1].
  • Page 268: Removing The Waste Toner Case

    2) Remove the face cover rubber [1]. 0007-8015 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / 3) Remove the binding screw [2]. / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 4) Remove the RS tightening screw [3].
  • Page 269: Removing The Toner Cartridge

    Chapter 7 7.12.9.3 Removing the Toner Cartridge 0007-8364 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Shift up the lever [1].
  • Page 270: Removing The Developing Assembly

    F-7-182 4) Remove the developing assembly [1]. 0007-8366 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the screw [1]. F-7-183 Be sure to hold the developing assembly as shown.
  • Page 271: Removing The Upper Tray

    F-7-188 7.12.9.8 Removing the Pre-Exposure Lamp 0007-8369 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / F-7-185 1) Open the 2 wire saddles [1], and disconnect the 2 relay connectors [2].
  • Page 272: Removing The Laser Unit

    7.12.9.10 Removing the Laser Unit 0007-8371 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the 2 wire saddles [1], and disconnect the 2 connectors [2].
  • Page 273: Removing The Toner Level Sensor

    [2] in the plate. 7.12.10.1 Removing the Front Cover Unit 0007-8019 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the front cover [1].
  • Page 274: Removing The Toner Cartridge

    F-7-209 7.12.10.4 Removing the Drum Unit 0007-8376 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / F-7-206 1) Open the right door [1].
  • Page 275: Removing The Developing Assembly

    7.12.10.5 Removing the Developing Assembly 0007-8377 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / Be sure to hold the developing assembly as shown.
  • Page 276: Removing The Upper Tray

    7.12.10.7 Removing the Toner Cartridge Cover 0007-8379 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the 2 screws [1]; then, detach the toner bottle cover [2].
  • Page 277: Removing The Left Cover

    3) Remove the screw [1], and detach the fixing [2]. 0007-8382 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the 4 screws [1], and detach the left cover [2].
  • Page 278: Removing The Toner Feedscrew Motor

    2) Disconnect the 3 connectors [1] found at the front and the connector [2] 0007-8385 found at the rear. iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Disconnect the connector [1].
  • Page 279 Chapter 7 F-7-241 2) Remove the screw [1]. F-7-242 3) Detach the static eliminator [1] to the front. F-7-243 7-43...
  • Page 281 Chapter 8 Pickup/Feeding System...
  • Page 283 Contents Contents 8.1 Construction ...................................8-1 8.1.1 Specifications, Controls, and Functions............................8-1 8.1.2 Specifications, Controls, and Functions............................8-1 8.1.3 Division into Blocks ..................................8-2 8.1.4 Division into Blocks ..................................8-2 8.1.5 Arrangement of Rollers................................8-3 8.1.6 Arrangement of Rollers................................8-4 8.1.7 Diagram of Paper Paths (printer on its own) ..........................8-5 8.1.8 Paper Path (printer unit on its own) .............................
  • Page 284 Contents 8.7.3 Sequence of Image Formation ..............................8-31 8.7.4 Sequence of Image Formation ..............................8-32 8.7.5 Flow of Paper (w/o/ delivery option)............................8-33 8.7.6 Flow of Paper (w/ delivery option)............................8-38 8.7.7 Flow of Paper .................................... 8-42 8.8 Parts Replacement Procedure ............................8-46 8.8.1 Pick-up Unit 1 ....................................
  • Page 285 Contents 8.8.9.6 Removing the Pickup Assembly 2 ................................8-62 8.8.9.7 Removing the Sensor Mounting Plate................................8-62 8.8.9.8 Removing the Cassette Paper Sensor ................................8-62 8.8.10 Cassette Paper Level Sensor (A/B)............................8-63 8.8.10.1 Removing the Right Cover (rear)................................8-63 8.8.10.2 Removing the Right Door ...................................8-63 8.8.10.3 Removing the Right Door ...................................8-64 8.8.10.4 Removing the Right Cover (lower front) ..............................8-64 8.8.10.5 Removing the Pickup Assembly 1 ................................8-64...
  • Page 286 Contents 8.8.18.2 Removing the Right Door................................... 8-83 8.8.18.3 Removing the Right Door................................... 8-84 8.8.18.4 Removing the Manual Feed Unit................................8-84 8.8.18.5 Removing the Manual Feed Pickup Roller..............................8-85 8.8.18.6 Removing the Manual Feed Separation pad ............................... 8-85 8.8.19 Registration Clutch .................................. 8-85 8.8.19.1 Removing the Rear Cover...................................
  • Page 287: Construction

    Chapter 8 8.1 Construction 8.1.1 Specifications, Controls, and Functions 0006-7400 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / The major specifications, controls, and functions of the pickup/feeding system are as follows: T-8-1 Item Description Paper compartment front loading...
  • Page 288: Division Into Blocks

    [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 8.1.4 Division into Blocks 0007-1444 iR3570 / iR4570 / /...
  • Page 289: Arrangement Of Rollers

    Chapter 8 F-8-2 [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 [9] No.2/No.3 delivery assembly 8.1.5 Arrangement of Rollers 0006-7402 iR2270 / iR2870 / / / iR2230 / / iR3530 /...
  • Page 290: Arrangement Of Rollers

    [17] Drum [18] Duplexing/feed roller 1 [19] Duplexing/feeding member 1 [20] Pressure roller [21] Fixing outlet roller [22] Fixing outlet member [23] Fixing film [24] Delivery roller [25] Delivery member 8.1.6 Arrangement of Rollers 0007-1461 iR3570 / iR4570 / /...
  • Page 291: Diagram Of Paper Paths (printer On Its Own)

    Chapter 8 [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] [10] [7] [8] F-8-4 [1] Pickup roller (cassette 1) [2] Feed roller (cassette 1) [3] Separation roller (cassette 1) [4] Pickup roller (cassette 2) [5] Feed roller (cassette 2)
  • Page 292: Paper Path (printer Unit On Its Own)

    Chapter 8 F-8-5 [1] Pickup from cassette 1 [2] Pickup from cassette 2 [3] Pickup from cassette pedestal [4] Pickup from side paper deck [5] Pickup from manual feeder [6] Delivery from copy tray 1 8.1.8 Paper Path (printer unit on its own) 0009-2978 iR2230 / / / iR3530 / F-8-6...
  • Page 293: Diagram Of Paper Paths (w/ Copy Tray )

    [4] Pickup from manual feeder [5] Delivery to output tray 1 8.1.9 Diagram of Paper Paths (w/ copy tray ) 0007-1484 iR3570 / iR4570 / / F-8-7 [1] Pickup from cassette 1 [2] Pickup from cassette 2 [3] Pickup from cassette pedestal (option)
  • Page 294: Paper Path (w/ Expansion Output Kit, Output Tray)

    Chapter 8 F-8-8 [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 [7] Delivery to copy tray 2 (option) [8] Delivery to copy tray 3 (option) 8.1.11 Paper path (w/ expansion output kit, output tray) 0009-2980...
  • Page 295: Diagram Of Paper Paths (w/ Finisher-s1/copy Tray)

    [6] Delivery to output tray 2 (optional) [7] Delivery to output tray 3 (optional) 8.1.12 Diagram of Paper Paths (w/ Finisher-S1/copy tray) 0006-7405 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / F-8-10 [1] Pickup from cassette 1 [2] Pickup from cassette 2...
  • Page 296: Diagram Of Paper Paths (w/ Finisher-q3/saddle Finisher-q)

    [5] Delivery to Finisher-S1 (optional) [6] Delivery to output tray 3 (optional) 8.1.14 Diagram of Paper Paths (w/ Finisher-Q3/Saddle Finisher-Q4) 0006-7406 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / F-8-12 [1] Pickup from cassette 1 [2] Pickup from cassette 2...
  • Page 297: Arrangement Of Sensors

    [9] Manual feeder paper sensor (PS7) [10] Registration sensor (PS9) [11] Duplexing/feed sensor (PS17) [12] Fixing/delivery paper sensor (PS13) [14] Delivery sensor 1 (PS14) [15] Delivery paper full sensor 1 (PS15) 8.1.16 Arrangement of Sensors 0007-1487 iR3570 / iR4570 / / 8-11...
  • Page 298: Route Of Drive

    Chapter 8 [19] [18] [17] [16] [15] [13] [12] [11] [10] F-8-14 [1] Cassette 1 paper level sensor B (PS4) [2] Cassette 1 paper level sensor A (PS3) [3] Cassette 2 paper level sensor B (PS6) [4] Cassette 2 paper level sensor A (PS5) [5] Cassette 2 paper sensor (PS2) [6] Cassette 2 retry sensor (PS11) [7] Cassette 1 paper sensor (PS1)
  • Page 299: Route Of Drive

    M7 Cassette 2 pickup motor SL1 Cassette 1 pickup solenoid SL2 Cassette 2 pickup solenoid CL1 Manual pickup clutch CL2 Registration clutch CL6 Duplexing clutch 8.1.18 Route of Drive 0007-9020 iR3570 / iR4570 / / - Main Body F-8-16 8-13...
  • Page 300: Basic Sequence

    SL3 No.3 delivery solenoid 8.2 Basic Sequence 8.2.1 Basic Sequence 0007-2658 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / iR3530 / - Basic Sequence of Operation for Making 3 Prints Print Start PRINT...
  • Page 301 Chapter 8 - No Delivery Accessory F-8-19 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 302: Acceleration Intervals

    Chapter 8 - Finisher-Q3/Q4 in Use F-8-21 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 303 Chapter 8 F-8-22 [1]Pickup acceleration interval The machine accelerates the speed to about 1.5 times as high as its process speed. (No acceleration occurs if the pickup is from the manual feeder. In the case of the 1s side of a sheet picked up from cassette 1, the movement will be about twice as fast.) In the Presence of the Finisher-S1 F-8-23...
  • Page 304: Increase In Speed

    Chapter 8 8.2.4 Increase in Speed 0007-8663 iR3570 / iR4570 / / The machine increases the speed of moving paper over specific intervals. An overview and the associated accessories for the increase in speed are as follows: - Finisher-S1 in Use F-8-24 1.
  • Page 305: Detecting Jams

    8.3.2.1 Common Stationary Jam 0007-2665 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / iR3530 / The sensor N does not go off within a specific length of time after the sensor has gone on.
  • Page 306: Stationary Jam At Power-on

    0007-2666 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / iR3530 / The machine makes a check to see that there is no paper over the following sensors before it starts initial multiple rotation at power-on:...
  • Page 307: Basic Sequence

    [9] Holding plate [10] Lifter plate 8.4.2 Basic Sequence 0007-7947 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / iR3530 / - Basic Sequence of Operation for Making 3 Prints Print Start PRINT Cassette 1 pickup motor...
  • Page 308 Chapter 8 INCH SW4-ON=INCH F-8-31 [1] AB/Inch switch [2] Cassette size dial [3] Cassette size detection PCB T-8-8 AB-configuration Size (no cassette) Envelope ON/OFF 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.
  • Page 309: Setting Up The Universal Cassette

    8.4.4 Setting Up the Universal Cassette 0007-8701 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / iR3530 / The following are default sizes the machine will assume when U1 through U4 are detected: T-8-10...
  • Page 310 Chapter 8 F-8-32 [1] Flag [2] Cassette paper sensor [3] Lifter clutch [4] Cassette paper level sensor A [5] Cassette paper level sensor B [6] Paper level sensor flag [7] Lifter gear [8] Tray 8-24...
  • Page 311: Paper Level Sensor

    0007-2123 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / iR3530 / 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; the manual feed pickup roller and the separation pad serve to make sure that only a single sheet of paper is separated and moved into the machine: (1) the pickup guide plate is locked in place at all times, and does not require drive for pickup operation.
  • Page 312: Basic Sequence Of Operation

    0007-2124 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / iR3530 / The multi-pickup roller starts to rotate when the manual pickup clutch (CL1) goes on to start upper separation to pick up a single sheet of paper. When the leading edge of the sheet reaches the registration sensor (PS26) and is moved a specific distance, the manual pickup clutch goes off, causing the sheet to arch in the regis- tration roller area.
  • Page 313: Paper Retaining Mechanism

    0007-2189 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / iR3530 / The holding plate of the machine's cassette is fixed in position at all times, and does not move up/down at time of pickup, and must temporarily be released when paper is set between it and the manual feed pickup roller.
  • Page 314: Registration Unit

    8.6.1 Overview 0007-2213 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The registration roller is driven by the main motor (M2). In between the registration roller and the main motor is the registration clutch (SL2), 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 315: Checking Horizontal Registration

    0007-2214 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The machine does not have a mechanism to check horizontal registration for both 1st and 2nd sides of a print. The point of horizontal registration for the 2nd side may be adjusted in service mode (i.e., the image write start position).
  • Page 316 Chapter 8 Configuration of Components If Without a Delivery Accessory F-8-41 [1] Delivery roller [2] Delivery sensor 1 (PS14) [3] Reversing flapper [4] Duplexing feeding roller 1 [5] Duplexing feed sensor (PS17) [6] Duplexing feeding roller 1 Configuration of the Components If With a Delivery Accessory F-8-42 [1] Reversing roller [2] Reversal sensor (PS4A)
  • Page 317: Overview

    [7] Duplexing feeding roller 2 8.7.3 Sequence of Image Formation 0007-2223 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The machine goes thorough the following sequence to form images when making double-sided copies/prints: 8-31...
  • Page 318: Sequence Of Image Formation

    1st side of the 1st sheet indicates the 2nd side of the 1st sheet F-8-46 8.7.4 Sequence of Image Formation 0007-8703 iR3570 / iR4570 / / The machine goes thorough the following sequence to form images when making double-sided copies/prints: 8-32...
  • Page 319: Flow Of Paper (w/o/ Delivery Option)

    Chapter 8 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 4-2 3-1 4-1 6-2 5-1 6-1 6 sheets A3/LDR 3 sheets F-8-47 However, in the case of delivery to tray 3 (outside), the machine uses single-sheet circulation. 5 sheets 1-1 2-2 2-1 5-2 5-1...
  • Page 320 Chapter 8 F-8-50 An image is formed for the 2nd side of the 1st sheet. The 2nd sheet is picked up. F-8-51 The 1st sheet is turned over and moved to duplexing registration. An image is formed for the 2nd side of the 2nd sheet. F-8-52 The 1st sheet is moved for registration once again.
  • Page 321 Chapter 8 F-8-53 An image is formed for the 1st side of the 1st sheet and for the 2nd side of the 3rd sheet. The 2nd sheet is moved for duplexing. F-8-54 The 1st sheet is delivered. The 3rd sheet is turned over and moved for duplexing registration. The 2nd sheet is moved for registration once again. The 4th sheet is picked up.
  • Page 322 Chapter 8 F-8-56 The 2nd sheet is delivered. The 4th sheet is reversed and is moved for duplexing registration. The 3rd sheet is picked for registration once again. The 5th sheet is picked up. F-8-57 An image is formed for the 1st side of the 3rd sheet and for the 2nd side of the 5th sheet. The 4th sheet is moved for duplexing. F-8-58 The 3rd sheet is delivered.
  • Page 323 Chapter 8 F-8-59 An image is formed for the 1st side of the 4th sheet. The 5th sheet is moved for duplexing. F-8-60 The 4th sheet is delivered. The 5th sheet is moved for registration once again. F-8-61 An image is formed for the 1st side of the 5th sheet. 8-37...
  • Page 324: Flow Of Paper (w/ Delivery Option)

    Chapter 8 F-8-62 The 5th sheet is delivered. 8.7.6 Flow of Paper (w/ delivery option) 0007-3126 iR2270 / iR2870 / / / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 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. F-8-63 The 1st sheet is picked up.
  • Page 325 Chapter 8 F-8-65 The 1st sheet is turned over, and is moved for duplexing registration. An image is formed for the 2nd side of the 2nd sheet. F-8-66 The 1st sheet is moved for registration once again. The 2nd sheet is turned over and moved for duplexing registration. The 3rd sheet is picked up. F-8-67 An image is formed for the 1st side of the 1st sheet and the 2nd side of the 3rd sheet.
  • Page 326 Chapter 8 The 1st sheet is delivered. The 3rd sheet is turned over and is moved for duplexing registration. The 2nd sheet is moved for registration once again. The 4th sheet is picked up. F-8-69 An image is formed for the 1st side of the 2nd sheet and for the 2nd side of the 4th sheet. The 3rd sheet is moved for duplexing. F-8-70 The 2nd sheet is delivered.
  • Page 327 Chapter 8 F-8-72 The 3rd sheet is delivered. The 5th sheet is turned over, and is moved for duplexing registration. The 4th sheet is moved for registration once again. F-8-73 An image is formed for the 1st side of the 4th sheet. The 5th sheet is moved for duplexing. F-8-74 The 4th sheet is delivered.
  • Page 328: Flow Of Paper

    The 5th sheet is delivered. 8.7.7 Flow of Paper 0007-3407 iR3570 / iR4570 / / 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.
  • Page 329 Chapter 8 F-8-79 The 1st sheet is turned over, and is moved for duplexing registration. An image is formed for the 2nd side of the 2nd sheet. F-8-80 The 1st sheet is moved for registration once again. The 2nd sheet is turned over and moved for duplexing registration. The 3rd sheet is picked up. F-8-81 An image is formed for the 1st side of the 1st sheet and the 2nd side of the 3rd sheet.
  • Page 330 Chapter 8 The 1st sheet is delivered. The 3rd sheet is turned over and is moved for duplexing registration. The 2nd sheet is moved for registration once again. The 4th sheet is picked up. F-8-83 An image is formed for the 1st side of the 2nd sheet and for the 2nd side of the 4th sheet. The 3rd sheet is moved for duplexing. F-8-84 The 2nd sheet is delivered.
  • Page 331 Chapter 8 F-8-86 The 3rd sheet is delivered. The 5th sheet is turned over, and is moved for duplexing registration. The 4th sheet is moved for registration once again. F-8-87 An image is formed for the 1st side of the 4th sheet. The 5th sheet is moved for duplexing. F-8-88 The 4th sheet is delivered.
  • Page 332: Removing The Right Cover (rear)

    8.8.1 Pick-up Unit 1 8.8.1.1 Removing the Right Cover (rear) 0007-6551 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / F-8-94 / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 4) Disconnect the connector [1], and remove the reuse band [2]; then, remove the 2 screws (M4x8;...
  • Page 333: Removing The Right Cover (lower Front)

    / iR2870 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the right door.
  • Page 334: Pick-up Unit 2

    F-8-105 8.8.2.3 Removing the Pickup Assembly 2 0007-6557 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Slide out the cassette 1/2.
  • Page 335: Sensor Mount

    8.8.4.1 Removing the Right Cover (rear) 0007-6558 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the pedestal right door [1]. (if equipped with a 2-Cassette Pedestal- 2) Open the right lower door [2].
  • Page 336: Removing The Right Door

    F-8-118 8.8.4.5 Removing the Pickup Assembly 1 0007-6564 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Slide out the cassette 1/2.
  • Page 337: Removing The Sensor Mounting Plate

    F-8-121 8.8.4.7 Removing the Sensor Mounting Plate 0007-6567 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / F-8-124 1) Remove the 2 TP screws [1] and the binding screw [2] from the rear of the pickup assembly, and detach the bracket [3].
  • Page 338: Removing The Right Cover (rear)

    0007-6983 Try turning the gears to be sure that they turn without resistance. iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 8.8.5 Cassette Pick-up Motor 1 1) Free the harness [1] from the 2 wire saddles [2].
  • Page 339: Removing The Cassette Pickup Motor 1

    8.8.5.4 Removing the Cassette Pickup Motor 1 0007-6578 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the 2 screws, and detach the cassette pickup motor 1 [2].
  • Page 340: Removing The Right Door

    8.8.6.4 Removing the Cassette Pickup Motor 2 0007-6601 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the 2 screws [1], and detach the cassette pickup motor 2 [2].
  • Page 341: Removing The Right Door

    8.8.7.4 Removing the Right Cover (lower front) 0007-6606 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the pedestal right door [1]. (if equipped with a Cassette Feeding Unit-Y2) 2) Open the lower right door [2].
  • Page 342: Removing The Pickup Assembly 2

    F-8-155 8.8.7.7 Removing the Cassette Size Sensor 0007-6610 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / F-8-152 1) Remove the snap stop, and detach the PCB cover [1].
  • Page 343: Cassette Retry Paper Sensor

    8.8.8 Cassette Retry Paper Sensor 8.8.8.1 Removing the Right Cover (rear) 0007-6611 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / F-8-163 1) Open the pedestal right door [1]. (if equipped with a 2-Cassette Pedestal- 3) Remove the joint shaft [1], and free the extension delivery unit [2] from the right door.
  • Page 344: Removing The Right Door

    8.8.8.4 Removing the Right Cover (lower front) 0007-6613 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the pedestal right door [1]. (if equipped with a Cassette Feeding Unit-Y2) 2) Open the lower right door [2].
  • Page 345: Removing The Pickup Assembly 1

    8.8.8.7 Removing the Sensor Mounting Plate 0008-1508 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the 2 TP screws [1] and the binding screw [2] from the rear of the pickup assembly, and detach the bracket [3].
  • Page 346: Removing The Cassette Retry Paper Sensor

    8.8.8.8 Removing the Cassette Retry Paper Sensor 0007-6617 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Disconnect the connector [1], and detach the cassette retry paper sensor [2].
  • Page 347: Removing The Right Door

    When tightening the 2 screws used to fix the hinge in place, be sure to close the right door first. 0007-6620 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 8.8.9.3 Removing the Right Door...
  • Page 348: Removing The Pickup Assembly 2

    0007-6624 2) Disconnect the connector [1], and remove the screw; then, detach the iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / cassette pickup solenoid [3]. / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 3) Remove the bushing and the 5 screws [4];...
  • Page 349: Cassette Paper Level Sensor (a/b)

    8.8.10.1 Removing the Right Cover (rear) 0007-6627 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 1) Open the pedestal right door [1]. (if equipped with a 2-Cassette Pedestal- 2) Open the right lower door [2].
  • Page 350: Removing The Right Door

    / iR2870 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 1) Open the right door.
  • Page 351: Removing The Pickup Assembly 2

    0007-6635 2) Disconnect the connector [1], and remove the screw; then, detach the iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / cassette pickup solenoid [3]. / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 3) Remove the bushing and the 5 screws [4];...
  • Page 352: Slide Resistor

    8.8.11.1 Removing the Right Cover (rear) 0007-6641 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the pedestal right door [1]. (if equipped with a 2-Cassette Pedestal- 2) Open the right lower door [2].
  • Page 353: Removing The Manual Feed Unit

    / iR2870 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the right door.
  • Page 354: Removing The Right Cover (rear)

    5) Remove the 4 screws [2], and detach the manual feed unit [3]. 0007-6651 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove 2 screws [1], and detach the manual feed tray upper cover [2].
  • Page 355: Removing The Right Door

    5) While freeing the hinge assembly [2], detach the right door. F-8-234 8.8.12.2 Removing the Right Door 0007-6654 iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the right door. F-8-239 Attaching the Right Door 1) Match the hinge [1] found at the bottom of the right door against the lug.
  • Page 356: Removing The Right Cover (lower Front)

    F-8-244 8.8.12.5 Removing the Pickup Assembly 1 0007-6661 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Slide out the cassette 1/2.
  • Page 357: Removing The Cassette Pickup Solenoid

    2) Remove the screw [1], and detach the fixing plate [2]. 0007-6664 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Disconnect the connector [1], and remove the screw [2]; then, detach the cassette pickup solenoid [3].
  • Page 358: Removing The Right Cover (lower Front)

    When tightening the 2 screws used to fix the hinge in place, be sure to close the right door first. 0007-6669 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 8.8.13.3 Removing the Right Door...
  • Page 359: Removing The Cassette Size Sensor Relay Pcb

    8.8.14.1 Removing the Right Cover (rear) 0007-6697 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the pedestal right door [1]. (if equipped with a 2-Cassette Pedestal- 2) Open the right lower door [2].
  • Page 360: Removing The Right Door

    Chapter 8 F-8-267 3) Remove the joint shaft [1], and free the extension delivery unit [2] from the right door. F-8-271 When tightening the 2 screws used to fix the hinge in place, be sure to close F-8-268 the right door first. 4) Disconnect the connector [1], and remove the reuse band [2];...
  • Page 361: Removing The Manual Feed Unit

    F-8-278 0007-6699 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the manual upper guide link [1] (plastic E-ring [2] and boss [3]).
  • Page 362: Manual Feed Unit

    8.8.15.1 Removing the Right Cover (rear) 0007-6705 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the pedestal right door [1]. (if equipped with a 2-Cassette Pedestal- 2) Open the right lower door [2].
  • Page 363: Removing The Right Door

    / iR2870 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the right door.
  • Page 364: Manual Pickup Roller

    8.8.16.1 Removing the Right Cover (rear) 0007-6709 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the pedestal right door [1]. (if equipped with a 2-Cassette Pedestal- 2) Open the right lower door [2].
  • Page 365: Removing The Right Door

    8.8.16.4 Removing the Manual Feed Unit 0007-6994 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the manual upper guide link [1] (plastic E-ring [2] and boss [3]).
  • Page 366: Removing The Manual Feed Pickup Roller

    0007-6713 2) Remove the screw [2], and detach the manual feed guide [1]. iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the manual feed upper cover [1] (snap-on).
  • Page 367: Removing The Right Door

    5) While freeing the hinge assembly [2], detach the right door. F-8-314 8.8.17.2 Removing the Right Door 0007-6676 iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the right door. F-8-319 Attaching the Right Door 1) Match the hinge [1] found at the bottom of the right door against the lug.
  • Page 368: Removing The Rear Cover

    F-8-324 8.8.17.5 Removing the Main Power Switch 0007-6679 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / F-8-322 1) Remove the 4 fastons [1], and detach the main power switch [2]. (snap-on...
  • Page 369: Manual Separation Pad

    8.8.18.1 Removing the Right Cover (rear) 0007-6714 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the pedestal right door [1]. (if equipped with a 2-Cassette Pedestal- 2) Open the right lower door [2].
  • Page 370: Removing The Right Door

    When tightening the 2 screws used to fix the hinge in place, be sure to close the right door first. 0007-6716 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 8.8.18.3 Removing the Right Door...
  • Page 371: Removing The Manual Feed Pickup Roller

    8.8.18.6 Removing the Manual Feed Separation pad 0007-6719 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the holding plate [5].
  • Page 372: Removing The Main Drive Assembly

    Chapter 8 F-8-347 8.8.19.2 Removing the Main Drive Assembly 0007-6733 iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Disconnect the connector [1], and free the harness [2] from the wire saddle. F-8-349 Do not touch the screws that are glued in place.
  • Page 373: Removing The Registration Clutch

    8.8.21.1 Removing the Right Cover (rear) 0007-6736 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the pedestal right door [1]. (if equipped with a 2-Cassette Pedestal- 2) Open the right lower door [2].
  • Page 374: Removing The Right Door

    Chapter 8 F-8-356 3) Remove the joint shaft [1], and free the extension delivery unit [2] from the right door. F-8-360 When tightening the 2 screws used to fix the hinge in place, be sure to close F-8-357 the right door first. 4) Disconnect the connector [1], and remove the reuse band [2];...
  • Page 375: Removing The Right Cover (lower Front)

    8.8.21.4 Removing the Right Cover (lower front) 0007-6739 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / F-8-366 1) Open the pedestal right door [1]. (if equipped with a Cassette Feeding 8.8.21.6 Removing the Pickup Assembly 2...
  • Page 376: Removing The Vertical Path Roller

    8.8.22.1 Removing the Right Cover (rear) 0007-6744 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the pedestal right door [1]. (if equipped with a 2-Cassette Pedestal- 2) Open the right lower door [2].
  • Page 377: Removing The Right Door

    Chapter 8 1) Match the hinge [1] found at the bottom of the right door against the lug. 2) Engage the hinge [2] found on the top of the right door with the hook found on the side plate. F-8-374 2) Remove the screw [1], and detach the fixing plate [2].
  • Page 378: Removing The Duplex Feed Roller 2

    8.8.23.1 Removing the Right Cover (rear) 0007-6750 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the pedestal right door [1]. (if equipped with a 2-Cassette Pedestal- 2) Open the right lower door [2].
  • Page 379: Removing The Right Door

    Chapter 8 F-8-388 3) Remove the joint shaft [1], and free the extension delivery unit [2] from the right door. F-8-392 When tightening the 2 screws used to fix the hinge in place, be sure to close F-8-389 the right door first. 4) Disconnect the connector [1], and remove the reuse band [2];...
  • Page 380: Removing The Duplex Feed Sensor

    8.8.23.4 Removing the Duplex Feed Sensor 0007-6976 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / F-8-398 / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 8.8.24.2 Removing the Duplex Feed Clutch 1) Remove the 2 screws (w/ collar) [1], and detach the transfer frame [2].
  • Page 381: Removing The Front Cover Unit

    F-8-401 8.8.25.2 Removing the Front Cover Unit 0007-6763 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the front cover [1].
  • Page 382: Removing The Right Door

    1) Open the right door. 8.8.25.6 Removing the Extension Delivery Kit 0007-6767 iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the self-tapping screw [1], and detach the upper inside cover [2]. 8-96...
  • Page 383: Removing The Delivery Assembly 1

    8.8.26.1 Removing the Right Cover (rear) 0008-1513 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the pedestal right door [1]. (if equipped with a 2-Cassette Pedestal- 2) Open the right lower door [2].
  • Page 384: Removing The Delivery Tray

    2 screws (M4x8; RS tightening). 8.8.26.3 Removing the Delivery Tray 0007-6783 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Loosen the screw [1].
  • Page 385: Removing The Right Door

    F-8-432 8.8.26.7 Removing the Fixing Unit 0007-8721 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / F-8-429 / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 2) Remove the reuse band [1], and disconnect the connector [2].
  • Page 386: Removing The Fixing/delivery Drive Assembly

    8.8.27.1 Removing the Pickup Roller/Feed Roller/ Separation Roller 0008-3155 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Slide out the cassette.
  • Page 387 Chapter 8 Point to Note When Replacing the Feed/Separation Roller 1 The collar (roller core) of the machine's feed/separation roller is black. 8-101...
  • Page 389 Chapter 9 Fixing System...
  • Page 391 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 ................................9-1 9.2.1 Power-On Sequence..................................9-1 9.2.2 Down Sequence ................................... 9-2 9.3 Various Control Mechanisms............................9-2 9.3.1 Controlling the Speed of the Fixing Film ............................ 9-2 9.3.1.1 Controlling the Fixing Film Speed in Response to Low Temperature ......................9-2 9.3.1.2 Controlling the Fixing Film Speed..................................9-2 9.3.2 Controlling the Fixing Film Temperature............................
  • Page 392 Contents 9.5.5 Internal Delivery Sensor ................................9-20 9.5.5.1 Removing the inside delivery cover unit (old) ............................. 9-20 9.5.5.2 Removing the inside delivery cover unit (new)............................9-21 9.5.5.3 Removing the Grounding Plate..................................9-21 9.5.5.4 Removing the Fixing Film Cover ................................. 9-21 9.5.5.5 Removing the Left Side Plate ..................................
  • Page 393: Construction

    9.1.1 Specifications, Control Mechanisms, and Functions 0006-6002 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The machine's fixing system has the following major functions:...
  • Page 394: Down Sequence

    0006-6007 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / Down sequence is to prevent the machine from operating when the temperature of the end portion of the fixing film exceeds a specific temperature as when using small-size paper continuously.
  • Page 395: Copying Temperature Control

    0006-6584 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The machine uses this mechanism to control the temperature of the fixing heater to an optimum level while a recording medium is passing through the fixing film assembly;...
  • Page 396: Detecting The Passage Of Paper

    9.3.4.1 Detecting the Passage of Paper 0006-6014 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The paper passage detection configuration in the fixing unit is shown below.
  • Page 397: Detecting An Error

    As part of its protective mechanism, the machine checks for the following er- 0006-6013 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / ror conditions: / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 /...
  • Page 398: Removing The Fixing Unit

    9.5.1.4 Removing the Fixing Unit 0007-7884 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / F-9-12 / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the screw [1], and detach the harness cover [2].
  • Page 399: Pressure Roller

    9.5.2.1 Removing the inside delivery cover unit (old) 0007-7910 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The difference between new and old inside delivery cover unit: Old inside delivery cover unit does not have a grip ring [1] at hinge.
  • Page 400 Chapter 9 F-9-22 F-9-25 1) Remove the screw [1] and the stepped screw [2], and detach the inside 2) Attach the guide [1] to the duplexing support feeder mount [2]. At this delivery cover unit [3]. time, fit [b] into [a] and [d] into [c]. Make sure that the edge [e] of the torsion spring is outside the guide.
  • Page 401: Removing The Inside Delivery Cover Unit (new)

    9.5.2.2 Removing the inside delivery cover unit (new) 0009-9173 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / / The difference between new and old inside delivery cover unit: New inside delivery cover unit has a grip ring [1] at hinge.
  • Page 402: Removing The Left Side Plate

    9.5.2.5 Removing the Left Side Plate 0007-7913 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the screw [1], and detach the left side plate cover [2].
  • Page 403: Releasing The Locking Plate

    9.5.2.6 Releasing the Locking Plate 0007-7914 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Turn the locking gear [1] in the direction of the arrow to release the locking roller.
  • Page 404: Removing The Inlet Guide

    9.5.2.8 Removing the Inlet Guide 0007-7916 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Slide the inlet guide [1] in the direction of the arrow to detach.
  • Page 405: Cleaning Roller

    9.5.3.1 Removing the inside delivery cover unit (old) 0007-7890 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The difference between new and old inside delivery cover unit: Old inside delivery cover unit does not have a grip ring [1] at hinge.
  • Page 406 Chapter 9 F-9-62 2) Attach the guide [1] to the duplexing support feeder mount [2]. At this time, fit [b] into [a] and [d] into [c]. Make sure that the edge [e] of the torsion spring is outside the guide. [d] [2] F-9-64 Note 3...
  • Page 407: Removing The Inside Delivery Cover Unit (new)

    9.5.3.2 Removing the inside delivery cover unit (new) 0009-9172 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / The foregoing steps assume that the fixing unit has already been removed / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / / from the machine.
  • Page 408 Chapter 9 Note 2 Procedure for attaching the guide Perform the following steps if the guide has come off the inside delivery cov- er unit. 1) Attach the torsion spring [2] to the duplexing support feeder mount [1]. At this time, hook the edge of the torsion spring on the area A of the duplexing support feeder mount.
  • Page 409: Removing The Inside Delivery Cover Unit (new)

    9.5.4.2 Removing the inside delivery cover unit (new) 0009-9174 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / / The difference between new and old inside delivery cover unit: New inside delivery cover unit has a grip ring [1] at hinge.
  • Page 410: Releasing The Locking Plate

    9.5.4.6 Releasing the Locking Plate 0007-7902 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Turn the locking gear [1] in the direction of the arrow to release the locking roller.
  • Page 411: Removing The Fixing Film Unit

    [2]. 0007-7909 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) While pushing down the release lever (front) [1], pull out the heater contact [2].
  • Page 412: Internal Delivery Sensor

    9.5.5.1 Removing the inside delivery cover unit (old) 0007-7923 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The difference between new and old inside delivery cover unit: Old inside delivery cover unit does not have a grip ring [1] at hinge.
  • Page 413: Removing The Inside Delivery Cover Unit (new)

    9.5.5.2 Removing the inside delivery cover unit (new) 0009-9175 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / / The difference between new and old inside delivery cover unit: New inside delivery cover unit has a grip ring [1] at hinge.
  • Page 414: Removing The Left Side Plate

    9.5.5.5 Removing the Left Side Plate 0007-7926 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the screw [1], and detach the left side plate cover [2].
  • Page 415: Releasing The Locking Plate

    9.5.5.6 Releasing the Locking Plate 0007-7927 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Turn the locking gear [1] in the direction of the arrow to release the locking roller.
  • Page 416: Removing The Inside Delivery Sensor

    9.5.5.8 Removing the Inside Delivery Sensor 0007-7932 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Disconnect the connector [2] of the harness [1].
  • Page 417 Chapter 9 [d] [2] F-9-136 Note 1 Point to note when removing the inside delivery cover unit Remove the inside delivery cover unit while supporting the guide [1] in the arrow direction A and opening it in the arrow direction B in the figure. Oth- erwise, the guide may come off the inside delivery cover unit.
  • Page 418: Removing The Inside Delivery Cover Unit (new)

    9.5.6.3 Removing the Grounding Plate 0007-7896 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the 2 screws [1], and detach the grounding plate [2].
  • Page 419 Chapter 9 F-9-148 9-27...
  • Page 421 Chapter 10 External and Controls...
  • Page 423 Contents Contents 10.1 Control Panel................................10-1 10.1.1 Overview....................................10-1 10.1.2 Overview....................................10-1 10.1.3 LCD Indication Processing ..............................10-1 10.1.4 LCD Indication Processing ..............................10-2 10.1.5 Adjustment of the LCD Contact .............................. 10-2 10.1.6 Adjustment of the LCD Contact .............................. 10-2 10.1.7 Functions of the Control Panel CPU............................10-2 10.1.8 Functions of the Control Panel CPU............................
  • Page 424 Contents 10.5.4.1 Removing the Control Panel..................................10-19 10.5.4.2 Removing the Control Panel Base Cover ..............................10-19 10.5.4.3 Removing the Control Panel Inside Frame............................... 10-20 10.5.4.4 Removing the Control Panel LCD................................10-20 10.5.4.5 Removing the Control Panel..................................10-20 10.5.4.6 Removing the Control Panel Base Cover ..............................10-21 10.5.4.7 Removing the Control Panel Frame................................
  • Page 425 Contents 10.5.12.12 Removing the Right Cover (rear)................................10-38 10.5.12.13 Removing the Right Door ..................................10-38 10.5.12.14 Removing the Right Door ..................................10-39 10.5.12.15 Removing the Right Door ..................................10-40 10.5.12.16 Removing the Fixing Unit..................................10-40 10.5.12.17 Removing the Gear ....................................10-41 10.5.12.18 Removing the High-Voltage PCB.................................10-41 10.5.13 Exhaust Fan..................................
  • Page 427: Control Panel

    10.1.1 Overview 0006-6159 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N The machine's control panel consists of the following PCBs, LCD, and touch panel: The major functions of the control panel are as follows:...
  • Page 428: Lcd Indication Processing

    0006-5378 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 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 429: Fans

    0006-5385 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The timing at which the count is increased differs depending on the printing mode (single-sided or double-sided), target of delivery, and type of accessory: 1.
  • Page 430: Sequence Of Operation

    10.3.3 Sequence of Operation 0006-5390 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1. Standby Mode, Sleep Mode In standby mode or sleep mode, the heat discharge fan (front, rear; FM1/2) is at rest.
  • Page 431: Route Of Power Inside The Printer Unit

    Chapter 10 Reader heater(H5) Heater switch DADF High-voltage Reader heater(H6) power supply PCB Leakage breaker Cassette heater(H4) ELCB2 DC controller PCB Heater Printer Deck heater(H7) switch PCB unit Main switch Pickup Cassette pedestal(H1C) heater mounting Printer power supply block Fixing main heater(H1) AC driver PCB Printer 24VU1...
  • Page 432: Power Supply Route In The Reader Unit

    0006-5393 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The printer unit controller PCB generates the following DC voltages using the 13 VDC supplied by the printer unit:...
  • Page 433: Connections To Various Accessories

    0006-5395 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / The following diagram shows the connections between the printer unit and the various accessories used for the supply of power:...
  • Page 434: Rated Output Of The Dc Power Supply Pcb

    0006-5642 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The following are the ratings and the tolerances of the printer unit power supply PCB:...
  • Page 435: Rated Output Of The All-night Power Supply Pcb

    0006-5646 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The following are the ratings and the power supply tolerances of the all-night power supply PCB:...
  • Page 436: Machine As Supplied With Power

    10.4.5.2 Machine as Supplied with Power 0006-6167 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / - Standby Mode, Sleep Mode, AC Off Mode...
  • Page 437 Chapter 10 F-10-12 2) Remove the check mark from 'SNMP Status Enabled'. 10-11...
  • Page 438 Chapter 10 F-10-13 10-12...
  • Page 439: Snmp Setup (with Hdd)

    Chapter 10 10.4.5.4 SNMP setup (with HDD) 0012-5773 iR2230 / / iR3530 / / / When the machine is used as a Windows printer, enabling 'Use SNMP' causes the operating system to collect machine status information at specific intervals, pre- venting the machine from starting a sleep state.
  • Page 440 Chapter 10 F-10-15 10-14...
  • Page 441: Parts Replacement Procedure

    10.5.1.1 Removing the Rear Cover 0007-6423 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / / 1) Remove the 13 screws [1] and then the other screw [2]; then, detach the rear cover [3].
  • Page 442: Power Supply Unit

    10.5.2.2 Removing the Left Cover (lower) 0007-6376 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Take out the cassettes 1 and 2 [1].
  • Page 443: Removing The Main Power Supply

    10.5.2.4 Removing the Main Power Supply 0007-6379 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the screw [1], and disconnect the finisher connector [2].
  • Page 444: Control Panel

    10.5.3 Control Panel 10.5.3.1 Removing the Control Panel 0007-6426 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N 1) Remove the rubber cap [1], and remove the screw [2]. F-10-36 6) Disconnect the connector [1], and detach the control panel.
  • Page 445: Control Panel Lcd Unit

    10.5.4 Control Panel LCD Unit 10.5.4.1 Removing the Control Panel 0007-7569 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N 1) Remove the rubber cap [1], and remove the screw [2].
  • Page 446: Removing The Control Panel Inside Frame

    1) Open the right door [1]. 10.5.4.3 Removing the Control Panel Inside Frame 0007-7573 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N 1) Disconnect the 2 connectors between the control panel PCB and the control panel key switch PCB;...
  • Page 447: Removing The Control Panel Base Cover

    Chapter 10 F-10-59 5)Remove the 5 screws [1], and detach the control panel hook [2]. F-10-55 10.5.4.6 Removing the Control Panel Base Cover 0009-2847 iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the 4 screws [1], and detach the control panel base cover [2]. F-10-60 6)Remove the self-tapping screws [1] and the flat-head screw [2];...
  • Page 448: Removing The Control Panel Lcd Pcb

    10.5.5.1 Removing the Rear Cover 0007-7370 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the 13 screws [1] and then the other screw [2]; then, detach the rear cover [3].
  • Page 449: Control Panel Inverter Pcb

    10.5.6 Control Panel Inverter PCB 10.5.6.1 Removing the Control Panel 0007-6428 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N 1) Remove the rubber cap [1], and remove the screw [2].
  • Page 450: Removing The Control Panel Frame

    Chapter 10 F-10-82 F-10-78 10.5.6.6 Removing the Control Panel Frame 2) Remove the 2 screws [1]. 0009-2843 iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1)Disconnect the flat cable [1] in the direction of the arrow. 2)Move the connector stopper [2] in the direction of the arrow, and disconnect the flat cable [3].
  • Page 451: Removing The Control Panel Inverter Pcb

    10.5.7 Control Panel Key Switch PCB 10.5.7.1 Removing the Control Panel 0007-6437 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N 1) Remove the rubber cap [1], and remove the screw [2].
  • Page 452: Removing The Control Panel Base Cover

    10.5.7.4 Removing the Control Panel Key Switch PCB 0007-6451 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N 1) Disconnect the 2 connectors [3] between the control panel PCB and the control panel LCD.
  • Page 453: Removing The Control Panel Base Cover

    Chapter 10 F-10-105 F-10-101 10.5.7.7 Removing the Control Panel Frame 2) Remove the 2 screws [1]. 0009-2853 iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1)Disconnect the flat cable [1] in the direction of the arrow. 2)Move the connector stopper [2] in the direction of the arrow, and disconnect the flat cable [3].
  • Page 454: Control Panel Cpu Pcb

    [3]. 10.5.8.1 Removing the Control Panel 0007-7565 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N 1) Remove the rubber cap [1], and remove the screw [2].
  • Page 455: Removing The Control Panel Base Cover

    10.5.8.2 Removing the Control Panel Base Cover 0007-7566 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N 1) Remove the 4 screws [1], and detach the control panel base cover [2].
  • Page 456: Removing The Control Panel Base Cover

    / / / iR3530 / 0007-6385 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / 1) Remove the 4 screws [1], and detach the control panel base cover [2]. / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the 13 screws [1] and then the other screw [2];...
  • Page 457: Controller Power Supply Pcb

    10.5.10 Controller Power Supply PCB 10.5.10.1 Removing the Rear Cover 0007-6380 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / F-10-134 1) Remove the 13 screws [1] and then the other screw [2]; then, detach the rear cover [3].
  • Page 458: Removing The Controller Power Supply Pcb

    F-10-138 10.5.10.5 Removing the Controller Power Supply PCB 0007-6384 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Disconnect the connector [1].
  • Page 459: Removing The Accessories Power Supply Pcb

    10.5.11.4 Removing the Accessories Power Supply PCB F-10-147 0007-6373 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / 2) Remove the face cover rubber [1]. / iR4570N / iR2230 / / iR3530 / 3) Remove the binding screw [2].
  • Page 460: Removing The Toner Cartridge

    Chapter 10 10.5.12.3 Removing the Toner Cartridge 0007-8400 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Shift up the lever [1].
  • Page 461: Removing The Developing Assembly

    F-10-162 4) Remove the developing assembly [1]. 0007-8402 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the screw [1]. F-10-163 Be sure to hold the developing assembly as shown.
  • Page 462: Removing The Upper Tray

    F-10-168 10.5.12.8 Removing the Pre-Exposure Lamp 0007-8405 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / F-10-165 1) Open the 2 wire saddles [1], and disconnect the 2 relay connectors [2].
  • Page 463: Removing The Laser Unit

    10.5.12.10 Removing the Laser Unit 0007-8409 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the 2 wire saddles [1], and disconnect the 2 connectors [2].
  • Page 464: Removing The Right Cover (rear)

    F-10-185 0007-8412 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / 4) Disconnect the connector [1], and remove the reuse band [2]; then, remove / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / the 2 screws (M4x8;...
  • Page 465: Removing The Right Door

    10.5.12.14 Removing the Right Door 0007-8416 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the right door.
  • Page 466: Removing The Right Door

    When tightening the 2 screws used to fix the hinge in place, be sure to close the right door first. 0007-8419 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 10.5.12.15 Removing the Right Door...
  • Page 467: Removing The Gear

    10.5.12.17 Removing the Gear 0007-8420 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the 4 screws [1], and detach the gear cover [2].
  • Page 468: Exhaust Fan

    5) Disconnect the connector [1], and detach the heat discharge fan [2]. 10.5.13.1 Removing the Heat Discharge Fan 0007-6433 iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 1) Open the right door. F-10-214...
  • Page 469: Removing The Heat Discharge Fan

    2) Remove the 2 self-tapping screws [2], and detach the upper right cover 0007-7368 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / [1]. / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the 13 screws [1] and then the other screw [2];...
  • Page 470: Removing The Main Drive Motor

    3) Tighten the screws [1] of the main drive motor in the order indicated. 10.5.14.3 Removing the Main Drive Motor 0007-6421 iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the 4 screws [1], and detach the main drive motor [2]. F-10-226 10.5.14.4 Removing the Main Drive Motor...
  • Page 471: Fixing Driver Motor

    F-10-230 10.5.15.1 Removing the Rear Cover 0007-6403 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / How to Remove the Flexible Cable [1] / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Remove the 13 screws [1] and then the other screw [2];...
  • Page 472: Right Door

    10.5.16.1 Removing the Right Cover (rear) 0007-7020 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the pedestal right door [1]. (if equipped with a 2-Cassette Pedestal- 2) Open the right lower door [2].
  • Page 473: Removing The Right Door

    10.5.16.3 Removing the Right Door 0007-6388 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / 0007-7050 iR2270 / iR2870 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the right door.
  • Page 474 Chapter 10 F-10-247 2) Remove the 4 fastons [1], and detach the circuit breaker [2]. F-10-248 Points to Note When Mounting When mounting the circuit breaker, be sure that the AC harness is identified correctly by color as shown. F-10-249 10-48...
  • Page 475 Chapter 11 MEAP...
  • Page 477: Meap Counter

    Contents Contents 11.1 MEAP..................................11-1 11.1.1 Overview....................................11-1 11.1.2 MEAP Counter..................................11-1 11.1.3 Construction of the MEAP Platform............................11-1...
  • Page 479 0008-1396 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / The term MEAP stands for Multifunctional Embedded Application Platform, and is used to generically refer to a platform for software built into MFPs and periph- eral equipment.
  • Page 480 Chapter 11 installed as part of the system software [5] MEAP System Services (includes SDL/SSO) installed as part of MEAP content [6] Device Control Class Library installed as part of MEAP content [7] internally developed application [8] externally developed application 11-2...
  • Page 481 Chapter 12 Maintenance and Inspection...
  • Page 483: Periodically Replaced Parts

    Contents Contents 12.1 Periodically Replaced Parts ............................12-1 12.1.1 Overview....................................12-1 12.1.2 Reader Unit ....................................12-1 12.1.3 Printer Unit....................................12-1 12.2 Durables and Consumables ............................12-1 12.2.1 Overview....................................12-1 12.2.2 Reader Unit ....................................12-1 12.2.3 Printer Unit....................................12-1 12.3 Scheduled Servicing Basic Procedure........................12-2 12.3.1 Scheduled Servicing for the Reader Unit..........................
  • Page 485: Periodically Replaced Parts

    0007-4595 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 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.)
  • Page 486: Scheduled Servicing Basic Procedures

    12.3.1 Scheduled Servicing for the Reader Unit 0007-5055 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / The reader unit does not have items that require scheduled servicing.
  • Page 487 Chapter 12 T-12-2 Transfer Location Transfer/feed guide assembly assembly Task clean:(dry wiping) Interval 120,000 prints Remarks [1]Feed guide [2]Transfer guide Developi Location Photosensitive drum butting spacer/feed guide assembly Task clean:(dry wiping) Interval 120,000 prints Remarks [1]Photosensitive drum butting spacer [2]Feed guide 12-3...
  • Page 488 12.3.3 Scheduled Servicing Basic Procedures 0007-5173 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / - As a rule, perform scheduled servicing every 120,000 prints.
  • Page 489: Points To Note About The Scheduled Servicing

    0007-5177 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / - If you used solvent, be sure that it has dried before putting the part back into the machine.
  • Page 490 Chapter 12 F-12-2 [1]Copyboard glass, reading glass (clean, using water or mild detergent) [2]Transfer/feed guide (clean; dry wiping) [3]Fixing inlet guide (clean; dry wiping; alcohol) [4]Photosensitive drum butting spacer (clean; dry wiping) [5]Dust-blocking glass (clean; dry wiping or with alcohol) [6]Waste toner collection case (check) [7]Leakage breaker (check) [8]Film bias static eliminator (clean)
  • Page 491: Cleaning The Transfer/feed Guide

    12.4 Cleaning 12.4.1 Cleaning the Transfer/Feed Guide 0007-5129 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Open the right door. F-12-3 2) Clean (dry wipe) the feed guide [1] and the transfer guide [2].
  • Page 492 Chapter 12 F-12-6 3) Remove the waste toner box [1]. F-12-7 4) Open the right door [1]. F-12-8 5) Remove the locking screw [1] of the pressure lever. F-12-9 6) Shift the locking lever [1] of the developing assembly to the left to release the developing assembly. 12-8...
  • Page 493 Chapter 12 F-12-10 7) Remove the screw (M5) [1]. F-12-11 8) Remove the drum unit [1]. F-12-12 - Do not touch the surface of the photosensitive drum. - Do not expose the surface of the photosensitive drum to light more than necessary. - Do not touch the spur of the drum unit.
  • Page 494 Chapter 12 F-12-13 B. Cleaning the Developing Spacer and the Feed Guide 1) Clean the developing assembly spacer [1] and the feed guide [2]. (Dry wipe them using lint-free paper.) F-12-14 C. Cleaning the Dust-Blocking Glass 1) Clean the dust-blocking glass [1]. (Dry wipe it, or use alcohol.) F-12-15 D.
  • Page 495 Chapter 12 F-12-17 3) Clean the fixing inlet guide (lower) [1] using lint-free paper. F-12-18 4) Mount the fixing inlet guide (upper) using a screw (w/ washer). E. After the Work 1) Put the drum unit [1] in the machine. F-12-19 2) Secure the drum unit in place using a screw (M5) [1].
  • Page 496 Chapter 12 F-12-21 4) Connect the connector [1], and push the developing assembly [2] all the way in. F-12-22 5) Shift back the locking lever [1] of the developing assembly to the right to lock the assembly in place. F-12-23 6) Fit and tighten the screw [1] of the locking lever.
  • Page 497: Cleaning The Film Bias Static Eliminator

    12.4.3 Cleaning the Film Bias Static Eliminator 0007-8642 iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / A. Removing the Right Door 1) Open the pedestal right door [1]. (if w/ Cassette Feeding Unit) 2) Open the lower right door [2].
  • Page 498 Chapter 12 F-12-28 4) Open the right door. F-12-29 5) Remove the self-tapping screw [1], and detach the fixing plate [2]. F-12-30 6) Remove the joint shaft [1], and detach the extension delivery unit [2] from the right door. F-12-31 7) Disconnect the connector [1], and remove the reuse band [2];...
  • Page 499 Chapter 12 F-12-32 8) Free and detach the right door [1] from the hinge assembly [2]. F-12-33 B. Removing the Fixing Assembly 1) Remove the screw [1], and detach the harness cover [2]. F-12-34 2) Disconnect the 3 connectors [1]. F-12-35 3) Remove the 4 screws [1].
  • Page 500 Chapter 12 F-12-36 4) Remove the fixing unit [1] toward the front. F-12-37 C. Cleaning the Film Bias Static Eliminator 1) Remove the 2 screws [1], and detach the grounding plate [2]. F-12-38 2) Clean the film bias static eliminator [1] found behind the grounding plate (to remove the cake of toner, if any, that may have collected on the static eliminator). F-12-39 3) Mount the grounding plate [2] with 2 screws.
  • Page 501 Chapter 12 F-12-40 D. Mounting the Fixing Assembly 1) Mount the fixing unit [1] to the machine frame. F-12-41 2) Secure the fixing assembly in place using 4 screws [1]. F-12-42 3) Connect the 3 connectors [1]. F-12-43 4) Mount the harness cover [2] using a screw [1]. 12-17...
  • Page 502 Chapter 12 F-12-44 E. Mounting the Right Door 1) Match the hole [1] of the right door bottom and the pin [2]. F-12-45 2) Match the mounting plate [1] of the right door top against the hook [2], and mount the right door. 3) Secure the mounting plate [1] using 3 screws [3].
  • Page 503 Chapter 12 7) Push in the pin [1] through the hole [2] until it stops; then, connect the expansion delivery kit [3] to the right door [4]. F-12-48 F-12-49 Check to be sure that the joint pin is fully fitted as shown in the figure. 8) Using the self-tapping screw [1] you removed in step A-5), fix the joint plate [2] in place.
  • Page 504 Chapter 12 1) Open the pedestal right door [1]. (if equipped with a Cassette Feeding Unit-Y2) 2) Open the lower right door [2]. 3) Remove the 5 screws [3], and detach the right cover (rear) [4]. F-12-52 4) Open the right door. F-12-53 5) Remove the reuse band [1], and disconnect the connector [2].
  • Page 505 Chapter 12 F-12-56 3) Remove the 4 screws [1]. F-12-57 4) Slide out the fixing unit [1] toward the front. F-12-58 C. Cleaning the Film Bias Static Eliminator 1) Remove the 2 screws [1], and detach the grounding plate [2]. F-12-59 2) Clean the film bias static eliminator [1] found on the back of the grounding plate.
  • Page 506 Chapter 12 F-12-60 3) Fix the grounding plate [2] in place using 2 screws [1]. F-12-61 D. Mounting the Fixing Assembly 1) Fit the fixing unit [1] to the machine frame. F-12-62 2) Secure the fixing assembly in place using 4 screws [1]. F-12-63 3) Connect the 3 connectors [1].
  • Page 507 Chapter 12 F-12-64 4) Mount the harness cover [2] using a screw [1]. F-12-65 E. Mounting the Right Door 1) Match the hinge [1] found at the bottom of the right door against the protrusion. 2) Engage the hinge [2] found at the top of the right door on the hook on the machine side plate. F-12-66 3) Fix the mounting base [1] in place using 2 screws [3].
  • Page 508 Chapter 12 F-12-67 5) Mount the right cover (rear) using 5 screws. Take care not to trap the harness [1] by the cut-off [2] of the right cover (re). F-12-68 6) Close the right door. 12-24...
  • Page 509 Chapter 13 Standards and Adjustments...
  • Page 511 Contents Contents 13.1 Image Adjustments ..............................13-1 13.1.1 Standards for Image Position ..............................13-1 13.1.2 Adjusting the Image Position..............................13-1 13.1.3 Cassette ....................................13-2 13.1.4 Manual Feed Tray ..................................13-3 13.1.5 Side Paper Deck ..................................13-3 13.2 Scanning System ................................13-4 13.2.1 After Replacement of the CIS..............................13-4 13.2.2 After Replacing the Reader Controller PCB or Initializing the RAM..................
  • Page 513: Image Adjustments

    1st side of copy : 2.5 1.5mm 0007-4812 Paper iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / leading edge A print made at a magnification of 100% must meet the following standards Increase the REGIST setting.
  • Page 514: Cassette

    F-13-9 13.1.3 Cassette 0007-4907 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 A. Adjusting the Left/Right Margin (1st side) 1) Open the pedestal lower right cover [1] and lower right color [2]; then, re- move the 2 screws [3], and detach the cover (lower front) [4].
  • Page 515: Side Paper Deck

    0007-4911 COPIER>ADJUST>FEED-ADJ>ADJ-RE-L iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / 2) Make a double-sided copy using large-size paper, and check to make sure / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / that the marking is as indicated.
  • Page 516: Scanning System

    13.2.1 After Replacement of the CIS FEEDER>FUNCTION>TRY-A5R 0007-9838 FEEDER>FUNCTION>TRY-LTR iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / FEEDER>FUNCTION>TRY-LTRR / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / b. CIS Read Position Adjustment (for stream reading) COPIER>FUNCTION>INSTALL>STRD-POS...
  • Page 517: Electrical Components

    0007-8275 F-13-22 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / If the user uses NetSpot Accountant (NSA) in Combination with a Card Reader 1) Format the HDD.
  • Page 518: Pickup/feeding System

    13.6.1 Adjusting the Horizontal Registration When Replacing the Cassette 0007-4923 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / - 1st Side Adjustment (mechanism) 1) Make a copy using the cassette 1/2, and check to make sure that the front margin is 2.5 +/-1.5 mm.
  • Page 519: Adjusting The Horizontal Registration When Replacing The Duplex Unit

    Replacing the Duplex Unit 0007-4924 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 1) Make double-sided small- and large-size copies, and check to make sure that the front margin is 2.5 +/-2.0 mm.
  • Page 520: Adjusting The Manual Feed Pickup Horizontal Registration

    13.6.3 Adjusting the Manual Feed Pickup Horizontal Registration 0007-4925 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / - 1st Side (mechanical) 1) Place paper in the manual feed tray.
  • Page 521 Chapter 14 Correcting Faulty Images...
  • Page 523: Making Lnitial Checks

    14.2.1.2.3 Fogging caused by original-to-copyboard glass gap/ lines caused by original with creases (especially book) .........14-4 14.2.1.3 Uneven Density ......................................14-4 14.2.1.3.1 Uneven/coarse image occurs at 59mm intervals in sub scanning direction: iR3570/iR4570 .............14-4 14.2.1.3.2 Distorted image/skewed image occurs around 45mm from trailing edge after attaching new type compression spring to rear side of registration roller ......................................14-5...
  • Page 524 14.2.8.1 E000-0001 Error Code: Because fixing heater is cracked ........................14-27 14.2.8.2 E001-0000 Error Code: Because main power supply PCB is faulty ......................14-28 14.2.8.3 E014-0002 Error Code/Abnormal sound from fixing assembly: Because cleaning roller mounts (front/rear) are damaged (iR4570/iR3570) 14-28 14.2.8.4 E024-0001 Error Code: Description of this error code..........................
  • Page 525 14.2.10.1.19 How to register key pair file and server certificate file installed from PC..................14-32 14.2.10.1.20 Does fixing assembly for iR2270, iR2870, iR3570, and iR4570 have interchangeability? ............14-32 14.2.10.1.21 Is it possible to replace fixing film itself with a new one?......................14-32 14.2.10.1.22 How to install CA certificate file to machine using Remote UI ....................14-33...
  • Page 526 Contents 14.2.10.1.46 How does this machine detect level of toner in waste toner box? ....................14-36 14.2.10.1.47 Print position of copy set numbering that has been set in user mode is not available: When selecting "Number in 5 Locations".. 14- 14.2.10.1.48 How to print document stored in Inbox with page number, copy set number, watermark, or date..........
  • Page 527 Contents 14.3.4 Sensor..................................... 14-45 14.3.4.1 Sensors ........................................14-45 14.3.5 Switch ....................................14-48 14.3.5.1 Switches ........................................14-48 14.3.6 Lamps, Heaters, and Others ..............................14-48 14.3.6.1 Lamps, Heaters, and Others ..................................14-48 14.3.6.2 Lamps, Heaters, and Others ..................................14-50 14.3.7 PCBs ...................................... 14-51 14.3.7.1 PCBs..........................................14-51 14.3.7.2 PCBs..........................................14-53 14.3.8 Variable Resistors (VR), Light-Emitting Diodes (LED), and Check Pins by PCB...............
  • Page 529: Making Lnitial Checks

    0007-9383 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / a. There must be a source of power whose voltage is as specified (+/-10%). The power plug must never be disconnected day and night.
  • Page 530: Others

    0007-9389 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / If a machine is brought from a cold to warm room, its inside can start to develop condensation, leading to various problems.
  • Page 531: Faulty Image (fully Fogged Image) Occurs In Copyboard-glass Scanning, Stream Reading, And Fax Transmission

    14.2.1.2.2 Faulty image (fully fogged image) occurs in copyboard-glass scanning, stream reading, and FAX transmission 0010-4165 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / / [ Inspected by Canon Inc. ]...
  • Page 532: Fogging Caused By Original-to-copyboard Glass Gap/ Lines Caused By Original With Creases (especially Book)

    14.2.1.2.3 Fogging caused by original-to-copyboard glass gap/ lines caused by original with creases (especially book) 0010-6729 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / / [ Case in the field ]...
  • Page 533: Distorted Image/skewed Image Occurs Around 45mm From Trailing Edge After Attaching New Type Compression Spring To Rear Side Of

    14.2.1.3.4 Uneven Density in Sub Scanning Direction 0007-7464 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / <Description> This fault can occur when the machine is left alone for about 10 min to 5 hr without removing a paper jam.
  • Page 534: Uneven Density Caused By Irregular Rotation Of The Main Motor

    14.2.1.3.5 Uneven Density Caused by Irregular Rotation of the Main Motor 0007-9967 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / <Symptom> Uneven density at specific intervals tends to occur in sub scanning direction (from leading edge to trailing edge in relation to paper movement) when the main motor starts to rotate irregularly.
  • Page 535: Partially Blank/streaked

    14.2.1.4.1 White lines appear in sub scanning direction on solid black and halftone images: Dust on top cover of Developing Assembly 0008-3408 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / [ Inspected by Canon Inc. ] Description As a result of inspection, it was found this symptom occurred because the laser light was intercepted by dust on the top cover of the developing assembly.
  • Page 536: Void/uneven Image/toner Is Not Supplied: Because Connector Of Toner Feedscrew Motor Is Unplugged

    0010-6762 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / / [ Inspected by Canon Inc. ] Description In a certain inspection case, void (in sub scanning direction) appeared approx.
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  • Page 540: Horizontal Line/blurring At Intervals Of 94 To 95 Mm

    14.2.1.4.6 Horizontal Line/Blurring at Intervals of 94 to 95 mm 0007-7091 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / <Cause> The coefficient of friction on the surface of the photosensitive drum where the edge of the cleaning blade remains in contact tends to change, causing uneven rotation and thus blurring.
  • Page 541: Smudged/streaked

    14.2.1.5.1 Stray Toner Along Fine Lines 0007-7083 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / <Cause> The moisture held in paper evaporates in response to the heat from the fixing assembly, thus causing toner to fly astray. This problem tends to occur when paper has low resistance and in a high temperature/high humidity environment.
  • Page 542: Soiled Image Leading Edge

    14.2.1.5.2 Soiled Image Leading Edge 0007-7089 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / <Cause> This problem occurs when paper moves between the photosensitive drum and the transfer roller. When the photopositive surface comes close to or into contact with the toner-coated surface of paper, the toner layer can become shifted toward the trailing edge of the paper.
  • Page 543: Black Dots

    14.2.1.5.3 Black Dots 0007-7093 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / <Cause> On some types of paper (especially those with a high calcium carbonate content), toner offset to the fixing film can start to cake, moving from the fixing film or the pressure roller to the face or back of paper.
  • Page 544: Ghost/memory

    14.2.1.6.1 Ghost 0007-7096 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / <Cause> This problem tends to occur when there are both residual toner and fresh toner on the developing cylinder and, thus, difference in charge between these two kinds of toner.
  • Page 545: Stretching/shrinking

    14.2.1.7.1 Distorted line or jagged line occurs when copying drawing or document including ruled line: Because of defective laser scanner assembly 0010-4144 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / / [ Inspected by Canon Inc. ] Description Random distorted (jagged) line sometimes occurred in the sub scanning direction when copying a drawing.
  • Page 546: Dadf-n1: Image Stretch Or Shrinkage (in Sub Scanning Direction) Occurs In Stream Reading Upon Installation

    DADF-N1 0011-6435 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / / / / [ Case in the field ]...
  • Page 547: Malfunction

    14.2.2.1.1 Upon installation, machine does not start up / LCD does not come on although main power indicator on control panel lights up: Poor connection of ROM/RAM 0008-3477 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 [ Inspected by Canon Inc. ] Field Remedy In inspection, reinsertion of the ROM corrected the symptoms.
  • Page 548: Lcd Displays Nothing/progress Bar On Lcd Stops At One-fifth Point And Machine Repeats Restart: Because Main Controller Pcb Is Faulty

    14.2.2.2.1 LCD on control panel remains black: Pilot lamp blinks 0011-6429 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / / / / [ Case in the field ] Description In the field, the LCD on the control panel remained black and the pilot lamp blinked because the all day power PCB and the BootROM were faulty.
  • Page 549: Counter Malfunction

    14.2.2.4.4 No paper indication does not disappear/paper lifting plate for cassette3 and 4 does not ascend: Cassette Feeding Unit-Y1/Y2 0010-6733 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / / [ Inspected by Canon Inc. ]...
  • Page 550: None Of Settings Is Displayed In [tray Designation]: Inner 2way Tray-d1 And Copy Tray-j1

    14.2.2.4.5 None of settings is displayed in [Tray Designation]: Inner 2way tray-D1 and copy tray-J1 0011-2573 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / / / / [ Manual-related ]...
  • Page 551: Noise At Time Of Pickup From The Cassette

    14.2.2.6.3 Message "You must insert a control card" is displayed on machine without control card 0011-2581 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / / / / [ Case in the field ] Description In the field, the message "you must insert a control card"...
  • Page 552: What Is Key Pair

    Turn OFF the control panel switch and the main power switch. 10 seconds or more later, turn the main power switch ON. 14.2.2.7.2 What is key pair? 0009-9824 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / [ Inspected by Canon Inc. ] Description It is necessary to generate and register a key pair in order to use encrypted SSL communication.
  • Page 553: Part Breakage/detachment

    14.2.5.1.1 Latter half of image is lost when scanning and sending A3-size original from DF 0009-2432 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 14-25...
  • Page 554: Machine Does Not Send E-mail

    14.2.5.1.3 Machine hangs up during FAX transmission: Because read sensor (PI3) of DADF-N1 is not snapped securely 0010-8165 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / / / / [ Inspected by Canon Inc. ]...
  • Page 555: 0207 Jam Code: Because Solenoid (sl1) Of 1st Paper Delivery Flapper Is Mounted In Wrong Position

    14.2.6.3 0207 Jam Code: Because solenoid (SL1) of 1st paper delivery flapper is mounted in wrong position. 0010-6523 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / / [ Case in the field ] Description In the field, a sheet of paper dumped into the 1st paper delivery flapper (FL2-1212), causing a paper jam.
  • Page 556: E001-0000 Error Code: Because Main Power Supply Pcb Is Faulty

    14.2.8.2 E001-0000 Error Code: Because main power supply PCB is faulty 0010-7973 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / / / / [ Inspected by Canon Inc. ] Description E001-0000 was displayed after a copy job was completed;...
  • Page 557: E261-0000 Error Code: Because Main Power Supply Pcb Is Faulty

    14.2.8.10 E315-000d Error Code: Because main controller PCB is faulty 0010-7975 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / / / / [ Inspected by Canon Inc. ] Description E315-000d was displayed;...
  • Page 558: Fax # Code

    14.2.9.1 #037/##795/###796 User Error Code: Occurs when FAX Activity Report is set to be printed automatically at time of FAX reception 0010-4103 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / [ Verified by Canon Inc. ] Description When the Auto Print function was set to OFF in user mode [Report Settings >...
  • Page 559: How To Clear "system Administrator" Password

    Chapter 14 14.2.10.1.6 How to clear "system administrator" password 0009-2416 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 [ Manual-related ] Field Remedy In service mode [COPIER>...
  • Page 560: Estimated Life Of The Fixing Heatsink Roller

    - System Settings > MEAP Settings > Use HTTP 14.2.10.1.15 Estimated life of the fixing heatsink roller 0009-9840 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / [ Manual-related ] Description Although the fixing heatsink roller (FB5-4931) is used in common with all the models of this series, its estimated life varies as follows depending on the model to which it is attached.
  • Page 561: How To Install Ca Certificate File To Machine Using Remote Ui

    FM2-1794 Fixing Film Unit (iR3570/4570: 230V) 14.2.10.1.22 How to install CA certificate file to machine using Remote UI 0009-9981 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / [ Manual-related ] Description Apart from the certificate files that are preinstalled in the machine, you can also install a CA certificate file using the Remote UI.
  • Page 562: How To Create User Own Watermark: Watermark Printing

    14.2.10.1.29 How to create user own watermark: Watermark printing 0009-9988 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / [ Manual-related ] Description Although this machine has 6 types of preset watermarks, following procedure enables you to create your own watermark.
  • Page 563: Are Tandem Copy And Remote Copy Supported

    - Expansion Bus-B1 14.2.10.1.37 Are tandem copy and remote copy supported? 0010-0062 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / [ Manual-related ] Description Tandem copy and remote copy are not supported with this product.
  • Page 564: How Does This Machine Detect Level Of Toner In Waste Toner Box

    Although the iR3300 series machine can manage only 300 department IDs at a maximum, this machine can manage up to 1,000 department IDs. 14.2.10.1.46 How does this machine detect level of toner in waste toner box? 0010-0094 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / [ Manual-related ] Description This machine detects the level of waste toner inside the waste toner box using the mechanical detection method.
  • Page 565: How To Check Extended Printer Options: Device Configuration

    - iR2270 series: Ambient temperature is 13 deg. C or lower (Initial rotation time: 5 seconds longer than usual) 14.2.10.1.54 How to check extended printer options: Device Configuration 0010-4194 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / / / / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / [ Manual-related ] Field Remedy Follow the procedure below to check the extended printer options.
  • Page 566: Combination Of Main Drive Assembly And Models

    14.2.10.1.62 How to hide message "Functions limited" on Copy screen: Finisher-Q3 0011-6430 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / / / / [ Manual-related ] Description In order to hide the massage "Functions limited"...
  • Page 567: Text Recognized In Pdf (ocr) Mode

    14.2.10.3.1 How to display FAX error codes on Activity Report 0009-2410 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 [ Manual-related ] Field Remedy In service mode [FAX>...
  • Page 568: How To Erase All Destinations Stored In Address Book And One-touch Buttons At Once

    14.2.10.3.4 How to erase all destinations stored in Address Book and One-Touch buttons at once 0009-2429 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 [ Manual-related ] Field Remedy In service mode, [COPIER >...
  • Page 569: Faq On Remote Ui Specifications

    14.3.1.1 Clutches and Solenoids 0007-6833 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / <Reader Unit> The reader unit does not have a clutch or solenoid.
  • Page 570: Motor

    SL>2 J318 F-14-20 14.3.2 Motor 14.3.2.1 Motors 0007-6835 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / <Reader Unit> T-14-3 Notation Name Description...
  • Page 571 1 pickup motor drives the pickup unit 1 cassette 2 pickup motor drives the pickup unit 2 duplex feed motor drives the duplex roller 1/2 iR3570/3570F/4570/4570F hopper motor drives the hopper T-14-6 DC controller Notation Parts No.
  • Page 572: Fans

    14.3.3 Fan 14.3.3.1 Fans 0007-6836 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / <Reader Unit> The reader unit does not have a fan.
  • Page 573: Sensor

    Chapter 14 F-14-23 14.3.4 Sensor 14.3.4.1 Sensors 0007-6837 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / <Reader Unit> T-14-9 Notation Name Description...
  • Page 574 Chapter 14 PS508 PS507 PS506 PS502 PS501 PS504 PS505 CIS1 PS503 F-14-24 <Printer Unit> T-14-11 Notation Name Description cassette 1 paper sensor detects the presence/absence of cassette 1 cassette 2 paper sensor detects the presence/absence of cassette 2 cassette 1 paper level sensor A detects paper level A in cassette 1 cassette 1 paper level B sensor detects paper level B in cassette 1...
  • Page 575 J302B FK2-0358 J302A T-14-13 Notation Parts No. DC controller PCB AC driver PCB TH1,TH2 fixing film unit J304 iR2270/2270F/2870/2870F J202 FM2-0293(100V) FM2-0358(120V) FM2-0359(230V) iR3570/3570F/4570/4570F FM2-1792(100V) FM2-1793(120V) FM2-1794(230V) FM2-2776 J302A TH1, TH2 PS13 PS10 PS22 PS18 PS15 PS14 PS11 PS17 PS16...
  • Page 576: Switch

    14.3.5 Switch 14.3.5.1 Switches 0007-6838 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / <Reader Unit> The reader unit does not have a switch.
  • Page 577 SVR1 paper width detecting VR detects the width of paper in the manual feeder speaker speaker (fax unit) T-14-18 Notation Parts No. fixing film unit fixing film unit iR2270/2270F/2870/2870F iR3570/3570F/4570/4570F H1,H2 FM2-0293(100V) FM2-1792(100V) FM2-0358(120V) FM2-1793(120V) FM2-0359(230V) FM2-1794(230V) FK2-0375(100V) FK2-0376(230V) NPN(100V)
  • Page 578: Lamps, Heaters, And Others

    Chapter 14 HDD1 H1, H2 ELCB1 SVR1 ELCB2 F-14-28 14.3.6.2 Lamps, Heaters, and Others 0009-2918 iR2230 / / / iR3530 / <Reader Unit> T-14-20 Notation Name Parts No. Description Prevents condensation on the reading glass Reader heater (left) (100, 230 V) Prevents condensation on the platen board Reader heater (right) glass (100, 230 V)
  • Page 579: Pcbs

    H1, H2 ELCB1 SVR1 ELCB2 F-14-30 14.3.7 PCBs 14.3.7.1 PCBs 0007-9881 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N <Reader Unit> T-14-24 Name Part No. Description reader controller PCB FG3-3765...
  • Page 580 PCB FM2-2773 generates the pseudo CI signal BD PCB scanner unit generates the BD signal FM2-0276(iR2270/ 2270F/2870/2870F) FM2-0334(iR3570/ 3570F/4570/4570F) NCU PCB FM2-2790 controls the line switching operation fax board PCB FM2-2789 control the fax unit [10]...
  • Page 581: Pcbs

    Chapter 14 [10] [11] [20] [19] [22] [13] [21] [12] [18] [15] [23] [17] [16] [14] F-14-32 14.3.7.2 PCBs 0009-2934 iR2230 / / / iR3530 / <Reader Unit> T-14-26 Ref. Name Parts No. Function Reader controller PCB FG3-3765 Controls the reader unit/ADF. Controls the activation of the LCD back Control panel inverter PCB FM2-2753...
  • Page 582 Chapter 14 F-14-33 <Printer Unit> T-14-27 Ref. Name Parts No. Description Arrestor PCB (100 V) FM2-2973 Protects against high voltage. Cassette 1 size detection PCB FM2-2770 Cassette 1 size detection Cassette 2 size detection PCB FM2-2770 Cassette 2 size detection Cassette size detection relay PCB FM2-2771 Cassette size detection relay...
  • Page 583: Variable Resistors (vr), Light-emitting Diodes (led), And Check Pins By Pcb

    0007-6841 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / 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 584: All-night Power Supply Pcb

    Chapter 14 F-14-35 14.3.8.3 All-Night Power Supply PCB 0007-6843 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / J693 J691 J692 VR201 J601...
  • Page 585 Chapter 15 Self Diagnosis...
  • Page 587 Contents Contents 15.1 Error Code Table................................15-1 15.1.1 Error Code....................................15-1 15.2 Error Code Details ..............................15-2 15.2.1 Error Code Details ................................... 15-2 15.2.2 E602 in Detaill ..................................15-7 15.2.3 Error Code Details(test for A4 size) ........................... 15-12 15.3 Error Code (SEND)..............................15-16 15.3.1 Results of Self-Diagnosis...............................
  • Page 589: Error Code Table

    Chapter 15 15.1 Error Code Table 15.1.1 Error Code 0008-0942 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / iR3530 / T-15-1 Code Error name/description E000...
  • Page 590: Error Code Details

    E805 fan error 15.2 Error Code Details 15.2.1 Error Code Details 0008-1078 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / T-15-2 Code Cause Remedy E000 The temperature of the fixing assembly is abnormally high.
  • Page 591 Chapter 15 Code Cause Remedy 0002 During motor rotation, detection is executed Replace the fixing motor. Replace the DC controller every 100 msec; however, the drive signal is PCB. absent 5 times in sequence. E019 The waste toner case is full, or the waste toner case full sensor is faulty. 0000 When the waste toner case is identified as being Replace the waste toner sensor.
  • Page 592 Chapter 15 Code Cause Remedy 0002 The speed lock signal indicates a deviation 10 Replace the laser unit. Replace the DC controller times in sequence at intervals of 10 msec after the PCB. Check the wiring. signal has indicated a locked state. 0003 With the image clock switched over, the scanner Replace the laser unit.
  • Page 593 Chapter 15 Code Cause Remedy 0003 [Cause] An HD write abort error has occurred. See the details under 602. The sectors for BOOTDEV on the HD cannot be read. [Detection] BARSAC (all; at time of bootable startup) [Timing of Detection] once at startup 0006 [Cause] A subbootable that matches the PDL type See the details under 602.
  • Page 594 Chapter 15 Code Cause Remedy E717 There is an error in the communication with the NE controller. 0001 The NE controller is not connected at power on, Check the cable; thereafter, reset the condition in although it was connected before the power was service mode: turned off because of an error.
  • Page 595: E602 In Detaill

    While the fan is in operation, the lock signal is not detected for 5 sec. 15.2.2 E602 in Detaill 0008-1182 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / T-15-3 XX YY Description Remedy The HDD cannot be recognized.
  • Page 596 Chapter 15 XX YY Description Remedy Suspension of a write operation to the boot 1. Find the sector for which the write operation has been device has been detected. suspended; then, execute recovery operation. <in the case of black-and-white E code> 1-1 The machine will not permit the use of service mode;...
  • Page 597 Chapter 15 XX CHK- Partition Description 11, 21 13, 25 10, 12, 14, TYPE 22, 23, 24 question At startup During routine operation Reme-dy Reme-dy Reme-dy Reme-dy Reme-dy Reme-dy BOOTDE Firmware storage area (System, Language, RUI) DOSDEV For future expansion Entire HDD identified (check on...
  • Page 598 Chapter 15 XX CHK- Partition in Description Typical item Normal mode Safe mode + TYPE question deleted formatting by + HDD HDD formatting HD-CLEAR formatting with SST with SST PDLDEV PDL-related User Font Possible PDLDEV Possible; file storage IccProfil specified however, area (font, selection of a...
  • Page 599 Chapter 15 Description Remedy The ongoing write operation has been 1. Set '0' for TYPE-TYPE, and execute HDD- suspended (at startup). CHECK (40 to 50 min). Thereafter, turn off and then back on the power. 2. If the symptom still exits after the foregoing, execute HDD-CLEAR using TYPE-TYPE=1, 2, 3, 5.
  • Page 600: Error Code DetailsÅitest For A4 SizeÅj

    15.2.3 Error Code DetailsÅitest for A4 sizeÅj 0009-7180 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / / iR3530 / / / / / T-15-7 Code...
  • Page 601 Chapter 15 Code Cause Remedy E025 The hopper motor or the bottle motor is faulty. 0000 The sub hopper toner sensor connection detection signal is absent for 100 msec 10 Replace the sub hopper toner sensor. Connect the connector. Replace times in sequence.
  • Page 602 Chapter 15 Code Cause Remedy 0001 [Cause] An HDD detection error has occurred. The HDD cannot be detected. The See the details under 602. HDD does not become ready. The HDD returns an error. [Detection] while boot ROM is in session BARSAC startup, mounting (usrIde) [Timing of Detection] once at startup...
  • Page 603 Chapter 15 Code Cause Remedy 0000 After the presence of a pedestal has been detected, the communication fails to be Check the cable. Replace the DC controller PCB. Replace the normal for 5 sec. pedestal drive PCB. E717 There is an error in the communication with the NE controller. 0001 The NE controller is not connected at power on, although it was connected before Check the cable;...
  • Page 604: Error Code (send)

    While the fan is in operation, the lock signal is not detected for 5 sec. 15.3 Error Code (SEND) 15.3.1 Results of Self-Diagnosis 0008-0278 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / iR3530 / T-15-8 Cause Remedy There is a shortage of TCP/IP resources.
  • Page 605: Error Codes

    LDAP server is operating for version 2. version 2. 15.3.2 Error Codes 0008-0315 iR2270 / iR2870 / iR3570 / iR4570 / / iR2270N / / iR2870N / / iR3570N / / iR4570N / iR2230 / / iR3530 / T-15-9 Cause Remedy # 001 There is a paper or original jam.
  • Page 606 Chapter 15 Cause Remedy # 037 There is a shortage of memory, not permitting reception. Remove error files and unnecessary files to increase available memory. # 080 F code is not set on the target. Check the F code of the target, and start over. # 081 The appropriate password is not set on the target.
  • Page 607 Chapter 15 Cause Remedy When the machine is started up, its IP address is not In user mode, check th