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PRINTER BASICS
1.2 Control Panel Operations
1.2.2.1 Control Panel Operation in SelecType Mode
1.2.2.2 Main Menu Options in SelecType Mode
PRINTER SETTING MENU
TEST PRINT MENU
PRINTER STATUS MENU
PAPER CONFIGURATION MENU
CUTTER REPLACE MENU
HEAD ALIGNMENT MENU
Maintenance Mode
Maintenance Mode 2
1.3 LED Indicators and Error Messages
1.4 Options and Consumables
TECHNICAL OVERVIEW
2.1 Location of Components
CARRIAGE MECHANISM
PAPER FEED MECHANISM
INK SYSTEM
CIRCUIT BOARDS
CARRIAGE (CR) GUIDE RAIL
PLATEN GAP (PG) MECHANISM
PAPER WIDTH SENSOR
CARRIAGE MOTOR AND POSITION CONTROL
CUTTER MECHANISM
PRINTHEADS
PAPER FEED MOTOR AND ROLLERS
PAPER FEED SENSORS
PAPER SUCTION FAN
PAPER WIDTH DETERMINATION (LEFT AND RIGHT EDGE DETECTION)
PAPER SIZE DETERMINATION (DETECTION OF TOP EDGE)
PAPER LOADING ERRORS
2.2.3 Carriage Lock Mechanism
INK-RELATED SENSORS
TROUBLESHOOTING
LCD Error Messages on page39
3.2 Troubleshooting Using LCD Error Messages
3.2.2 Errors that require a service technician
INK LOW
PAPER OUT
LOAD XXX PAPER
LOAD PAPER
PAPER JAM
COVER OPEN
PAPER NOT CUT
PAPER NOT STRAIGHT
RELOAD PAPER
PUSH LEVER DOWN
COMPARTMENT OPEN
INK OUT
NO INK CARTRIDGE
REMOVE PAPER
OPTION I/F ERROR
3.3 Print Quality Troubleshooting
MISSING DOTS OR LINES
NO INK OUTPUT FROM ONE OR BOTH PRINTHEADS
UNEVEN PRINTING OR POOR RESOLUTION
SMUDGED OR MARRED PRINTOUT (FRONT)
SMUDGED OR MARRED PRINTOUT (REVERSE SIDE)
WHITE OR BLACK BANDING
3.4 Connector-Related Errors
MAINTENANCE COVER REMOVAL
TOP COVER REMOVAL
LEFT AND RIGHT SIDE COVER REMOVAL
FRONT COVER REMOVAL
ROLL COVER REMOVAL
LOWER PAPER GUIDE REMOVAL
Lower Paper Guide
UPPER PAPER GUIDE REMOVAL
4.3 Circuit Board Removal
POWER SUPPLY BOARD REMOVAL
MAIN BOARD REMOVAL
4.4 Maintenance Procedures
REPLACING THE WASTE INK PADS
MAINTENANCE ASSEMBLY REMOVAL & DISASSEMBLY
4.5 Printer Mechanism Disassembly
REPLACING THE PRINTHEADS
REMOVING THE REAR PAPER SENSOR
REMOVING THE FRONT PAPER SENSOR
REMOVING THE PAPER RELEASE SENSOR
REMOVING THE CARRIAGE HOME POSITION SENSOR AND ENCODER
4.6 Ink Holder Disassembly
4.6.1 Removing the I/C Holder Assembly
4.6.2 Disassembling the I/C Holder
4.7 Removing the Ink Tubes
PREPARATION
REMOVING THE INK PIPE COVERS
SEPARATING THE INK PIPES AND INK TUBES
POSITIONING THE TUBE GUIDES AND FFCS
CONNECTING THE INK TUBES TO THE INK PIPES
SECURING THE THE INK TUBES AND INK PIPES
SECURING THE TUBE GUIDES ON THE CR SIDE
CHECKING THE INK TUBES
ATTACHING THE CR CIRCUIT BOARD
CONNECTING THE CARRIAGE FFCS
CONNECTING THE INK TUBES AND DAMPERS
CONFIRMING THE TUBE GUIDE ASSEMBLY POSITION
CONNECTING THE CARRIAGE FFCS TO THE RELAY CIRCUIT BOARD
RESETTING THE PRINTER
ADJUSTMENTS
5.2 ROM Backup and Updating
REQUIREMENTS FOR BACKUP
BACKUP PROCEDURE
DOWNLOAD PROCEDURE
POSSIBLE ERRORS DURING BACKUP OR DOWNLOADING
UPDATING FROM A PC
UPDATING FROM A MEMORY CARD
5.3 Self-Diagnostics
5.3.1 Using the Self-Diagnostic Mode
CONTROL PANEL
SENSORS
ENCODER
ELEC. (MAINTENANCE RECORDS)
CAP POSITION ADJUSTMENT
CHECK SKEW
INPUT RANK (PRINTHEAD ID) ADJUSTMENT
CHECK NOZZLE
B HEAD SLANT/C HEAD SLANT ADJUSTMENT (HEAD ANGLE)
BC HEAD SLANT ADJUSTMENT (HEAD HEIGHT)
BI-D ADJUSTMENT
HEAD LR ADJUSTMENT (HEAD GAP TIMING)
FLUSH POINT RIGHT AND LEFT ADJUSTMENT
FEED ADJUSTMENT
TOP & BOTTOM (MARGIN) ADJUSTMENT
REAR SENSOR POSITION ADJUSTMENT
TEST PRINT
CLEAN HEAD (DRAIN INK)
COUNTER CLEAR
INITIALIZE
UPDATE
5.4 Mechanical Adjustments
CARRIAGE COVER HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
CUTTER POSITION ADJUSTMENT
Cutter
CARRIAGE BELT TENSION ADJUSTMENT
PF BELT TENSION ADJUSTMENT
PLATEN GAP GEAR BACKLASH ADJUSTMENT
I/H LEVER POSITION ADJUSTMENT
PAPER THICKNESS SENSOR ADJUSTMENT
COVER OPEN SENSOR ASSEMBLY (RIGHT AND LEFT)
SENSOR TRIMMER ADJUSTMENT
MAINTENANCE
6.2 Physical Inspection and Cleaning
6.4 Checking and Clearing Counters
6.4.1 Checking Maintenance Counters
6.4.2 Clearing Maintenance Counters
6.5 Service Error Codes and Replaceable Parts
6.5.1 The Difference Between a ‘Maintenance Call’ and a ‘Service Call’
Table 6-5. Service Error Codes and Replaceable Parts
6.6 Ink Cartridge Replacement
6.7 Cutter Blade Replacement
7.1 Unpacking and Transporting the Printer
BEFORE OPENING THE LARGE & MEDIUM BOXES
7.1.2 Contents of the Packaging
MEDIUM-SIZE BOX
LARGE BOX
7.1.3 Unpacking and Assembly
FROM UNPACKING TO ASSEMBLING THE STAND
ASSEMBLING THE PRINTER BODY
7.1.4 Repacking and Transporting the Printer
Before Shipping
After Shipping
7.4 Jumper and DIP Switch Settings
7.5 Connector Summary
7.7 Exploded Diagrams
7.8 Main Board Component Layout
7.9 Circuit Diagrams
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Stylus Pro 9000B SM

Stylus Pro 9000B SM

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