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PRODUCT:

7075

NO.:

DATE:

2/18/00

SUBJECT:

7075 SERVICE MANUAL


Available on CD ROM

The next CD ROM service manual in our series is now available for release. In addition to the

service manual, the CD ROM also includes documentation on related peripherals, parts catalogs, users reference guide, and other pertinent materials. A second CD for the 7075 will be released with the machine launch kits. This CD will contain all the documentation listed above and additional sales materials. The 7075 CD ROM can be ordered from the east coast Parts Distribution Center using standard ordering procedures. This service manual is also available in print.
DEALER UNIT COST* $ 25.00 35.00

DESCRIPTION 7075 Service Manual (CD ROM) 7075 Service Manual (hard copy)

PART NO. CD-7075 CSM-7075

* Prices are subject to change without notice.

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NO.:

DATE:

3/8/00

SUBJECT:

SERVICE MANUAL UPDATE

The pages attached to this bulletin are replacements for the those already in the 7075 Service
Manual. Discard the old pages. Pages that have been revised can be identified by the revision date at the bottom of the page. Changes that affect the technical content of the service manual are highlighted by a vertical line in the margin. Grammatical changes are not specifically identified. Manual: 7075 January 2000
PAGES 8-7, 8 CHANGES The replacement cycles for developer and the drum have increased from 500,000 to every 1,000,000 copies. The main unit periodic check list has been revised to reflect this. The consumables chart has been revised to also reflect the change in periodicity noted above, as well as to reflect an increase of the toner cartridge replacement cycle from 50,000 to every 55,000 copies.

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MAINTENANCE

[3] Main Unit Periodic Inspection Items


1. Periodic check (I) (Every 500,000 copies)
NO 1 2 Classification Fixing unit Drum carriage Service item (1) Fixing cleaning web (counter resetting) 55VA-524* (1) Separation claw replacement 55VA2919* Implementation classification Number of parts Clea- Inspe- Lubri- ReplaceSupply replaced ning ction cation ment 1 3 Materials/tools used

Cleaner

(1) Cleaning blade 55VA5601* (2) Fur brush 55VA-574* (3) Scattering prevention felt 55VA5568* Charging corona (1) Charging control plate unit 55VA2508* (2) Charging wire cleaning unit 55VA-255* (3) Resin ring (2) 45AA2040* Developing unit (1) Suction filter 55VA3108*

2 1 1 1 1 2 1

Setting powder

Transfer/ separation corona unit

(1) Transfer/separation wire 55VA2613* (2) Transfer wire cleaning unit 55VA-276* (3) Separation wire cleaning unit 55VA-277* (4) Transfer/separation vibration proof rubber 55VA2615* (5) Resin ring (2) 45AA2040*

3 1 1 3

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2.

Periodic check (II) (Every 1,000,000 copies)


NO 1 Classification Tray Service item (1) Paper feed roller (500-sheet tray) 55VA-464* (2) Feed roller (500-sheet tray) 55VA-463* (3) Double feed prevention roller (500-sheet tray) 55VA-463* (4) Paper feed roller (1000sheet tray) 55VA-484* (5) Feed roller (1000-sheet tray) 55VA-483* (6) Double feed prevention roller (1000-sheet tray) 55VA-483* (1) Paper feed roller (bypass tray) 55VA-464* (2) Feed roller (bypass tray) 55VA-463* (3) Double feed prevention roller (bypass tray) 55VA-463* (1) Drum replacement (counter resetting) (1) Developer replacement (counter resetting) (1) Fixing upper roller 55VA-5304* (2) Fixing lower roller assembly 55VA-528* (3) Fixing claw (upper) 55VA5321* (4) Fixing claw (lower) 25AA5329* (5) Insulating sleeve (upper) 45405339* (6) Upper roller bearing 45407504* (7) Cleaning roller 55VA5386* (8) Heat roller cleaning Implementation classification Number of parts Clea- Inspe- Lubri- ReplaceSupply replaced ning ction cation ment 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 2 2 2 1 Roller cleaner Setting powder Actual replacement count: 200K feeds Materials/tools used Actual replacement count: 300K feeds

By-pass tray

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Drum carriage Developing unit Fixing unit

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COPY MATERIALS
[1] Consumables (Single unit supply)
Name Toner cartridge Developer Drum Durability/copies 55,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 Charging wire

[2] PM parts kit


Name

(500,000 copies/kit) Quantity 55VA2509* 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 3 1 1 4 3 1set 1set 55VA-277* 3 9 1 pair 1 1 1 2

Charging wire unit vibration proof rubber 25BA2501* Charging control plate Cleaning blade Cleaning web Toner guide brush Separation claw Scattering prevention felt Suction filter Resin ring (2) Transfer/separation wire Transfer wire cleaning unit Separation wire cleaning unit Transfer/separation vibration proof rubber 55VA2615* Cleaning pad (10 pcs) Polyethylene gloves Dust bag (rubber band) Deve. collection sheet (rubber band) Hand case for collection Cotton swabs (4 pcs) 55VA2508 55VA5601* 55VA-524* 55VA-579* 55VA2914* 55VA5568* 55VA3108* 45AA2040* 55VA2613* 55VA-276* Charging wire cleaning unit 55VA-255*

[3] Maintenance kit


500,000 copies/kit PM parts kit

Revised 2/2000

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7075

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DATE:

4/28/00

SUBJECT:

START UP PARTS LIST

Th e

attached list is the recommended start up parts, tools, and supplies to support one machine

in the field. Use this list as a method to maintain the proper level of replacement parts in stoc k . Multiply the parts recommended in the list by the quantity of machines placed in the field to determine your overall stocking levels. Parts and tools can be ordered from the Parts Distribution Center using standard ordering procedures. Supplies can be ordered from the Dealer Ordering Processing Center.

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SUPPLIES
PCUA NUMBER 950-638 950-629 950-640 950-641 DESCRIPTION Toner PM kit (contains parts below with *) Developer Drum QUANTITY 1 1 1 1 RECOMMENDED REPLACEMENT INTERVAL 500K 1,000K 1,000K DEALER COST ($) 56.50 285.00 240.00 440.00

PARTS
PART NUMBER 55VA25090 55VA25011 55VA25080 55VA-2550 55VA56010 55VA-5240 55VA-5740 55VA29140 55VA55680 55VA31080 45AA20400 55VA26130 55VA-2760 55VA-2770 55VA26150 55VA-4640 " DESCRIPTION QUANTITY 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 3 1 1 4 3 1 set 1 set 3 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 Charging wire* Charging wire vibration rubber* Charging control plate* Charging wire cleaning unit* Cleaning blade* Cleaning web* Toner guide brush* Separation claw* Scatter prevention felt* Suction filter* Resin ring* Transfer/separation wire* Transfer wire cleaning unit* Separation wire cleaning unit* Transfer/separation wire vibration rubber* Paper feed roller (500 sheet tray) Feed roller (bypass tray) 55VA-4630 Feed roller (500 sheet tray) " Double feed prevention roller (500 sheet tray) " Paper feed roller (bypass tray) " Double feed prevention roller (bypass tray) 55VA-4840 Paper feed roller (1000 sheet tray) " Paper feed roller (LT-401) 55VA53040 Upper fixing roller 55VA-5280 Lower fixing roller 55VA53210 Upper fixing claw (set of 6) 25AA53290 Lower fixing claw (set of 6) 454053391 Upper insulating sleeve 454075040 Upper roller bearing 55VA53860 Cleaning roller 13GA46040 Paper feed roller (DF-313) 13GA46050 Separation roller (DF-313) 13GA46060 Double feed prevention roller (DF-313) 13GA46010 Separation assist roller (DF-313) 129U42660 Stapler unit (FS-108) 55VA-4830 Feed roller (1000 sheet tray) " Double feed prevention roller (1000 sheet tray) " Feed roller (LT-401) " Double feed roller (LT-401) 50BA-5750 Feed roller (PI-108) 13FG-4060 Double feed prevention roller * Included with PM kit. RECOMMENDED REPLACEMENT INTERVAL 250K 250K 500K 500K 500K 500K 500K 500K 500K 500K 500K 500K 500K 500K 500K 300K actual 200K actual 300K actual 300K actual 200K actual 200K actual 300K actual 500K actual 1,000K 1,000K 1,000K 1,000K 1,000K 1,000K 1,000K 200K actual 200K actual 200K actual 200K actual 200K actual 300K actual 300K actual 500K actual 500K actual 100K actual 100K actual DEALER COST ($) 12.48 2.01 82.31 6.48 20.28 92.76 124.80 1.41 .78 21.15 1.14 8.00 19.26 19.26 1.30 11.67 12.21 " " " 16.21 " 321.31 347.95 40.01 50.97 13.48 24.30 43.42 58.63 37.06 24.94 40.17 437.08 8.45 " " " 13.22 13.89

7075 START UP PARTS LIST


TOOLS
PART NUMBER 55VAJG011 55VAJG031 55VAJG041 7050K0020 00M6-2-00 00VD-5000 00VC-2-00 120A10520 120A97110 120A97120 129XJG011 DESCRIPTION Temperature sensor adjusting jig (B) Thermostat adjusting jig (A) Thermostat adjusting jig (B) Optics position adjusting jig Door switch cheater (set of 2) Pyramid test chart Drum cover PS jig Adjusting chart White sheet Stapler positioning jig (FS-108) QUANTITY 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 Set of 2 1 1 1 DEALER COST ($) 3.29 3.29 3.29 51.39 13.09 7.92 31.42 42.37 14.91 9.67 17.49

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DATE:

2/7/01

SUBJECT:

MOUNTING PLATE INSTALLATION FAILURE

On

some model 7075s, the main body mounting plate/lower used to install a finisher cannot be se cured to the main body because the screw holes are not threaded. A self tapping screw is available to tap the screw holes and allow normal installation of the mounting plate.

Main body mounting plate/lower

Screws

PARTS
The self tapping screws can be obtained from the Parts Distribution Center using standard ordering procedures.

DESCRIPTION
Self tapping screw * Prices are subject to change without notice.

PART NO.
00Z284101

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DATE:

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SUBJECT:

ADDITIONAL ADU SHIPPING MATERIAL


Increase Stability of ADU During Shipping

To f u r t h e r s t a b i l i z e t h e A D U u n i t d u r i n g s h i p p i n g , a b r a c k e t a n d f o a m p a d d i n g h a v e b e e n a d d e d
to prevent vertical movement of the unit while being transported. Originally, only two plates secured the ADU primarily along its horizontal plane. Modified Machines The additional ADU shipping material has been factory installed in machines starting with s erial numbers 55VE02558 (7075) and 55ZE00193 (FORCE 75). These units can be identified by designator "A" on the shipping carton label. Existing inventory has also been reinforced with the additional shipping material. These units can be identified by a "green sticker" applied to the label of the shipping carton. Removing the ADU Shipping Material Note: Save the ADU shipping material (1 bracket, 2 plates, and foam pad) for future use (these items are not available in the parts system). T o p r e v e n t d a m a g e , i t i s h i g h l y r e c o m m e n d e d that these items be installed prior to each machine transport.

It is important to remove the ADU shipping material in the following order:

1.

Withdraw tray 1 while pressing the lock lever mounted on the left side of the tray (see arrow 1).

2. 3.

Remove the screw (see arrow 2) of the first bracket (red) to be removed. Remove the bracket by first sliding it to the right (see arrow 3), then rotating it to the rear (see arrow 4).

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Reinsert the screw removed in step 2 back to its original location (see arrow 5). Return tray 1 to its original position.

6.

Remove the remaining 2 ADU plates (red) located on the right and left side of the ADU unit (see arrows 6 & 7).

7.

Remove the foam pad by: (1) turning the ADU release lever to the right while releasing the ADU lock cover (see arrows 8 & 9), (2) withdrawing the ADU unit while pressing on the foam pad (see arrows 10 & 11), and (3) peeling off the adhesive tape to remove the pad.

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Installing the ADU Shipping Material

1.

Withdraw the ADU unit by turning the ADU release lever to the right while releasing the ADU lock cover (see step 7 on the previous page). Install the foam pad and tape it into position (see arrow 1).

2.

3.

Push the ADU unit back to it original position and secure it by turning the ADU release lever. Install the ADU plates (see arrows 2 & 3).

4.

Withdraw tray 1 while pressing the lock lever mounted on the left side of the tray (see arrow 4).

5.

Remove the screw (see arrow 5) where the bracket (red) is to be installed.
Screw

6.

Install the bracket by: (1) positioning the lower portion of the bracket behind the frame and resting it on the edge of the frame behind it, (2) rotating the bracket to the front (see arrow 6), (3) sliding it to the left (see arrow 7), and (4) securing it with the screw removed in step 5 (see arrow 8). Close the tray.

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NO.:

DATE:

4/10/01

SUBJECT:

SERVICE MANUAL UPDATE

7075/FORCE 75 Service Manual has been revised to include the updates annotated below. Pages that have been revised can be identified by the revision date at the bottom of the page. C h a n g e s t h a t a f f e c t t h e t e c h n i c a l c o n t e n t o f t h e s e r v i c e m a n u a l a r e h i g h l i g h t e d b y a v e r t i c al line in the margin. Grammatical changes are not specifically identified. Service Manual Available On Website The revised 7075/FORCE 75 Service Manual can be downloaded from the secured area of Konicas website at:
http://www.konicabt.com/konicode/PubBrowser/konidoc/TECH/TMANUALS/7075sm.pdf

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Manual: 7075/FORCE 75 September, 2000


PAGES 6-8, 9 CHANGES The replacement cycles for developer and the drum have increased from 500,000 to every 1,000,000 copies. The main unit periodic check list has been revised to reflect this. The consumables chart has been revised to also reflect the change in periodicity noted above, as well as to reflect an increase of the toner cartridge replacement cycle from 50,000 to every 55,000 copies.

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7.
NO 1 2

TU [TU-108] (Every 250,000 copies)


Classification Conveyance section Trimmer section Service item (1) Conveyance rollers (2) Conveyance belts (1) Upper knife (2) Lower knife (3) Paper scraps box and its area *1 (1) Pusher section (2) Stacker section (1) Conveyance drive section (1) Paper feeding check (2) Exterior cleaning Implementation classification Number of parts Clea- Inspe- Lubri- ReplaceSupply replaced ning ction cation ment Materials/tools used Drum cleaner/ cleaning pad Drum cleaner/ cleaning pad

3 4 5

Stacker section Drive section Final check

( (

) )

Plus guard No.2

Drum cleaner/ cleaning pad

*1: Check and clean the remaining scraps.

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[3] Main Unit Periodic Inspection Items


1.
NO 1

Periodic check (I) (Every 500,000 copies)


Classification Fixing unit Service item (1) Fixing cleaning web (25 mode counter resetting) 55VA-524* (1) Separation claw replacement 55VA2919* Implementation classification Number of parts Clea- Inspe- Lubri- ReplaceSupply replaced ning ction cation ment 1 Materials/tools used

Drum carriage

(1) Cleaning blade 55VA5601* (36 mode blade setting mode) (2) Fur brush 55VA-574* (3) Scattering prevention felt 55VA5568* Charging corona (1) Charging control plate unit 55VA2508* (2) Charging wire cleaning unit 55VA-255* (3) Resin ring (2) 45AA2040* Developing unit (1) Suction filter 55VA3108*

Cleaner

2 1 1 1 2 2 1 Setting powder

Transfer/ separation corona unit

(1) Transfer/separation wire 55VA2613* (2) Transfer wire cleaning unit 55VA-276* (3) Separation wire cleaning unit 55VA-277* (4) Transfer/separation vibration proof rubber 55VA2615* (5) Resin ring (2) 45AA2040*

3 1 1 3

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NO 1

Periodic check (II) (Every 1,000,000 copies)


Classification Tray Service item (1) Paper feed roller (500-sheet tray) 55VA-464* (2) Feed roller (500-sheet tray) 55VA-463* (3) Double feed prevention roller (500-sheet tray) 55VA-463* (4) Paper feed roller (1000sheet tray) 55VA-484* (5) Feed roller (1000-sheet tray) 55VA-483* (6) Double feed prevention roller (1000-sheet tray) 55VA-483* (1) Paper feed roller (bypass tray) 55VA-464* (2) Feed roller (bypass tray) 55VA-463* (3) Double feed prevention roller (bypass tray) 55VA-463* (1) Drum replacement (25 mode counter resetting) (1) Developer replacement (25 mode counter resetting) (1) Fixing upper roller 55VB5304* (2) Fixing lower roller assembly 55VA-528* (3) Fixing claw (upper) 55VA5321* (4) Fixing claw (lower) 25AA5329* (5) Insulating sleeve (upper) 45405339* (6) Upper roller bearing 45407504* (7) Cleaning roller 55VA5386* (8) Heat roller cleaning Implementation classification Number of parts Clea- Inspe- Lubri- ReplaceSupply replaced ning ction cation ment 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 2 2 2 1 Roller cleaner Setting powder Actual replacement count: 200K feeds Actual replacement count: 500K feeds Materials/tools used Actual replacement count: 300K feeds

By-pass tray

3 4 5

Drum carriage Developing unit Fixing unit

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3.

Periodic check (III) (Every 3,000,000 copies)


Classification Drum Transfer/ separation corona unit Registration Service item (1) Drum temperature sensor 55VA-952* (1) Transfer/separation corona unit 55VA-270* Implementation classification Number of parts Clea- Inspe- Lubri- ReplaceSupply replaced ning ction cation ment 1 1 Materials/tools used

NO 1 2

4 5

ADU Fixing

6 7

Main body Toner supply

(1) Registration roller 55VA4603* (2) Registration bearing 55VA7552* (3) Registration loop roller 55VA-068* (4) Registration clutch 55VA8201* (1) Paper reverse/exit roller 1 55VA4740* (1) Insulating sleeve (heating roller) 45405339* (2) Heating roller bearing 26AA5316* (3) Temperature sensor (upper roller fault) 55VA8804* (4) Temperature sensor (heating roller fault) 55VA8806* (5) Fixing heating roller 55VA5307* (6) Exit actuator 55VA5383* (7) Heater lamp L2 55VF8302* (8) Heater lamp L3 55VF8303* (9) Heater lamp L4 55VF8304* (10) Fixing web driving motor 1 55VA8017* (1) Ozone filter 1 55FA7301* (2) Ozone filter 2 55VA1107* (1) Toner supply sleeve 1 55VA-334* (2) Toner supply sleeve 2 55VA-335*

1 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1

4.
NO 1

Periodic check (IV) (Every 4,500,000 copies)


Classification Tray Service item (1) Feed clutch 55VA8201* (2) 1st paper feed clutch 55VA8201* Implementation classification Number of parts Clea- Inspe- Lubri- ReplaceSupply replaced ning ction cation ment 3 3 Materials/tools used Actual replacement count: 3,000K feeds

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COPY MATERIALS
[1] Consumables (Single unit supply)
Name Toner cartridge Developer Drum Durability/copies 55,000 1,000,000 1,000,000

[2] PM parts kit


Name Charging wire

(500,000 copies/kit) Quantity 55VA2509* 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 3 1 1 4 3 1set 1set 3 9 1 pair 1 1 1 2

Charging wire unit vibration proof rubber 25BA2501* Charging control plate Cleaning blade Cleaning web Toner guide brush Separation claw Scattering prevention felt Suction filter Resin ring (2) Transfer/separation wire Transfer wire cleaning unit 55VA2508* 55VA5601* 55VA-524* 55VA-574* 55VA2919* 55VA5568* 55VA3108* 45AA2040* 55VA2613* 55VA-276*

Charging wire cleaning unit 55VA-255*

Separation wire cleaning unit 55VA-277* Transfer/separation vibration proof rubber 55VA2615* Cleaning pad (10 pcs) Polyethylene gloves Dust bag (rubber band) Deve. collection sheet (rubber band) Hand case for collection Cotton swabs (4 pcs)

[3] Maintenance kit


500,000 copies/kit PM parts kit + Developer (1 pc)

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SERVICE MATERIAL LIST


Material No. Material Name Appearance Remarks 000V-16-0 Drum cleaner 200 ml

000V-17-0

Roller cleaner 200 ml

00GR00020

Plus guard No.2 25 g

000V-19-0

Setting powder 25 g

000V-18-0

Cleaning pad

10 pcs
1 pack

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NO.:

7A

DATE:

8/27/01

SUBJECT:

FUSING DRIVE MECHANISM IMPROVEMENT


Design Change to Prevent Breakage -- FOC Program
This bulletin is being revised to announce a freeof-charge program for this modification. File this copy; discard bulletin #7 dated 5/14/01.

While subjected to loads when driving the upper fusing roller, the tabbed portion of fusing driving
gear/2 may break, making it impossible to drive (rotate) the upper fusing roller. Under this condition, jam J31-01 (2nd paper feed and conveyance jam) may occur. To reduce the load placed upon fusing driving gear/2 and the likelihood of breakage, the drive mechanism of the upper fusing roller has been modified. The fusing driving gear and fusing driving gear/2 are now designed to interlock with each other, enabling both gears to share the load when driving the upper fusing roller. Refer to the illustrations below for clarification. This modification has been factory installed beginning with serial numbers 55VE02558 (7075) and 55ZE00193 (FORCE 75). For machines below these serial numbers, it is recommended that the old style gears be replaced. This is not a mandatory modification.

Fusing driving gear

Fusing driving gear/2

Fusing driving gear/2

OLD
Tab Upper fusing roller

NEW
Fusing driving gear

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PARTS
T h r o u g h F e b r u a r y 2 8 , 2 0 0 2 , these parts can be obtained 2 0 % free of charge for units below serial numbers 55VE02558 (7075) and 55ZE00193 (FORCE 75) from the Parts Distribution Center using the s p e c i a l o r d e r i n g p r o c e d u r e in this bulletin. The Parts Center will charge for all parts ordered using standard ordering procedures. FOC programs are based on statistical percentages of machines that are likely to be affected by certain modification programs. For percentage programs, the quantity of parts shipped usually is sufficient to modify all of the machines that need the change. However, if more than the statistical percentage of machines serviced by any one branch or dealer require a modification, then a FTR (Field Technical Report, Form TP-2) has been established for that purpose. U s e t h e F T R o n l y i f a d d i t i o n a l p a r t s a r e n e e d e d . (Purchase the necessary new parts and return the old parts with the properly completed FTR form to receive credit.) Note: The new redesigned gears are not interchangeable with the old style gears. The new gears must be replaced a s a s e t .

DESCRIPTION
Gear, fusing driving Gear/2, fusing driving

PART NO.
55VA77801FOC 55VA77801 55VA77831FOC 55VA77831

DEALER UNIT COST*


$ 0.00 26.12 0.00 38.10

* Prices are subject to change without notice.

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SPECIAL ORDERING PROCEDURE


Order form B --439 must be completed as instructed below for entitlement to this free-of-charge program. The Parts Center will charge for all parts ordered using standard ordering procedu res. This free-of-charge program expires F e b r u a r y 2 8 , 2 0 0 2 . Orders will be filled at a 2 0 % rate under this program. 1 . Use a separate Form B --439 when ordering these parts. Do not mix other parts with this order. 2 . Complete the B --439 as instructed below and forward it to the east coast Parts Distribution Center, or fax 1-800-456-6422, ext. 2424. D o n o t u s e t h e o n - l i n e t e r m i n a l o r d e r i n g p r o c e d u r e .
7075, FORCE 75 FUSING DRIVE MECHANISM PROGRAM

55VA77801FOC 55VA77831FOC

A . Enter the special program name as indicated above. B . Enter your ID number. C . Enter the date that you submit this order. D . Enter your branch/company name and complete shipping address. E . Enter the part number(s) in the bulletin. F . Enter the total number of parts required. G . List the serial numbers of the machines which require the parts. (The number of serial numbers must equal the total quantity required for each machine listed for item F.) H . Sign the form.
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DATE:

6/15/01

SUBJECT:

PAPER PATH MODIFICATION


Drum Cartridge Assembly

When the duplex mode is selected, the paper


is cycled through the ADU to reverse the sheet for copying on the 2nd side. During this process, the leading edge of the paper can curl. In normal situations, the curled edge presents no problem; however, when copying special sized paper (larger than 11 x 17), the curled edge may catch on the support molding of the separation guide plate or the screw head of the rocking gear assembly (see photo). This can cause the corners of the paper to become folded or can lead to J31-2 paper jams (conveyance). T h e d r u m c a r t r i d g e a s s e m b l y h a s b e e n m o d ified to remove these obstructions from the paper path. (The support molding of the separation guide plate has been removed and the screw of the rocking gear assembly has been repositioned to the upper side of the assem bly.)

Drum

View before modification as seen from underside of drum cartridge assembly

PARTS
The drum cartridge assembly can be obtained from the Parts Distribution Center using standa rd ordering procedures. The new and old assemblies are interchangeable.

DESCRIPTION
Drum cartridge assembly * Prices are subject to change without notice.

PART NO.
5 5 V A --2002

DEALER UNIT COST*


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DATE:

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SUBJECT:

TONER BUILD-UP ON LOWER FUSING ROLLER

The follow ing checklist provides solutions for the problem o f t o n e r b u i l d - u p o n t h e l o w e r f u s in g


roller of m o d e l s 7 0 7 5 a n d F o r c e 7 5 . P lease visit K o n icas w e b s i t e ( w w w . k o n i c a b t . c o m ) a n d s e a r c h t h e N S S G W e b S u p p o r t k n o w l e d g e base of solutions for additional inform a t i o n .

CHECKLIST
ITEMS TO CHECK PROBLEM CORRECTION
Vary types of originals that are used or split the jobs. Inspect and replace cleaning roller as required. Check lower fuser rollers and bearings for wear or damage and replace as required. Check lower cleaning roller for binding or deformed mounts and replace as required. Check the parts counter for parts that are pending or have exceeded replacement interval. Check for proper upper roller web advance operation. Check and repair/replace the following as required: 1. Adjustment of sensors using proper gauges. 2. Worn bearings that can change the adjustment setting. 3. Fixing unit frame for damage/distortion. 4. Improper fixing unit installation causing poor connector contact. 5. Low input power at receptacle. 6. 25 mode, 8-0 to 8-5, for correct settings. Check gear (p/n 55VA77861) & web drive motor (p/n 55VA80170) for damage and proper operation. Replacement period for both parts is 3,000,000 copies. Check for error in all SC 29-xx codes in data collection log and correct any found. If current values are not to specification, reset to standard values manually and perform any adjustments required. Turn off auto drum potential sensor in 25 mode, 6-7, to verify if sensor is causing problem.

Lower roller cleaning High volume of same type of original: roller (p/n 55VA53860) letterhead, form letters, or originals with high density coverage. Lower roller bearings worn causing reduced pressure between rollers. Incorrect mounting or binding of lower roller cleaning roller Upper fusing roller (p/n 55VA53041) Lower fusing roller (p/n 55VA-5281) Fusing roller coating is worn.

Upper or lower fusing roller operation temperature is incorrect.

Cleaning web (p/n 55VA-5240) Overtoning

Web does not advance.

High concentration of toner.

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PRODUCT:

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NO.:

10

DATE:

7/11/01

SUBJECT:

START UP PARTS LIST


Model FORCE 75 Only

Th e a t t a c h e d l i s t i s t h e r e c om m e n d e d s t a r t u p p a r t s , tools, and supplies to support one m a c h i n e in the field. Use this list as a m e t h o d t o m a i n t a i n t h e p r o p e r l e v e l o f r e p l a c e m e n t p a r t s i n s t o ck . M u ltiply the parts recom m e n d e d i n t h e l i s t b y t h e q u a n t i t y o f m a chines placed in the field to d e t e r m ine your overall stocking levels. P a r t s a n d t o o l s c a n b e o r d e r e d f r o m t h e P a r t s D istrib u t i o n C e n t e r u s i n g s t a n d a r d o r d e r i n g p r o c e d u r e s . S u p p l i e s c a n b e o r d e r e d f r o m t h e D e a l e r O r d e r in g P r o c e s s i n g C e n t e r.

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SUPPLIES
PCUA NUMBER 950638 950629 950640 950641 DESCRIPTION Toner PM kit (contains parts below with *) Developer Drum QUANTITY 1 1 1 1 RECOMMENDED REPLACEMENT INTERVAL 500K 1,000K 1,000K DEALER COST ($) 56.50 285.00 240.00 440.00

PARTS
PART NUMBER 55VA25090 25BA25010 55VA25080 55VA-2550 55VA56010 55VA-5240 55VA-5741 55VA29140 55VA55680 55VA31080 45AA20400 55VA26130 55VA-2760 55VA-2771 55VA26150 55VA-4640 " DESCRIPTION QUANTITY 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 3 1 1 4 3 1 set 1 set 3 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 Charging wire* Charging sheet (1)* Charging control plate* Charging wire cleaning unit* Cleaning blade* Cleaning web* Toner guide brush* Separation claw* Scatter prevention felt* Suction filter* Resin ring* Transfer/separation wire* Transfer wire cleaning unit* Separation wire cleaning unit* Transfer/separation wire vibration rubber* Paper feed roller (500 sheet tray) Feed roller (bypass tray) Feed roller (500 sheet tray) 55VA-4630 " Double feed prevention roller (500 sheet tray) " Paper feed roller (bypass tray) " Double feed prevention roller (bypass tray) 55VA-4840 Paper feed roller (1000 sheet tray) " Paper feed roller (LT-401) 55VA53041 Upper fixing roller 55VA-5281 Lower fixing roller 55VA53210 Upper fixing claw (set of 6) 25AA53290 Lower fixing claw (set of 6) 454053391 Upper insulating sleeve 454075040 Upper roller bearing 55VA53860 Cleaning roller 129U42660 Stapler unit (FS-108) Feed roller (1000 sheet tray) 55VA-4830 " Double feed prevention roller (1000 sheet tray) " Feed roller (LT-401) " Double feed roller (LT-401) 50BA-5750 Feed roller (PI-108) 13FG-4060 Double feed prevention roller * Included with PM kit. RECOMMENDED REPLACEMENT INTERVAL 500K 500K 500K 500K 500K 500K 500K 500K 500K 500K 500K 500K 500K 500K 500K 300K actual 200K actual 300K actual 300K actual 200K actual 200K actual 300K actual 500K actual 1,000K 1,000K 1,000K 1,000K 1,000K 1,000K 1,000K 200K actual 300K actual 300K actual 500K actual 500K actual 100K actual 100K actual DEALER COST ($) 12.48 2.01 82.31 5.33 20.28 66.23 124.80 1.41 .78 21.15 1.14 8.00 14.12 16.04 1.30 11.67 " 12.21 " " " 16.21 " 236.59 293.81 39.68 50.97 13.48 24.30 38.50 437.08 8.45 " " " 13.22 14.86

TOOLS
PART NUMBER 55VAJG011 55VAJG031 55VAJG041 7050K0020 00M6-2-00 00VC-2-00 120A10520 129XJG011 DESCRIPTION Temperature sensor adjusting jig (B) Thermostat adjusting jig (A) Thermostat adjusting jig (B) Optics position adjusting jig Door switch cheater (set of 2) Drum cover PS jig Stapler positioning jig (FS-108) QUANTITY 1 1 1 2 1 1 Set of 2 1 DEALER COST ($) 3.29 3.29 3.29 51.39 13.09 31.42 42.37 17.49

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NO.:

11

DATE:

9/10/01

SUBJECT:

FIRST PAPER FEED JAMMING PREVENTION MODIFICATION


Model 7075 Only

A m o d ification k it is available to correct first paper feed jam m i n g i n t h e 5 0 0 - a n d 1 0 0 0 - s h e e t p a p e r t r a y s . Pa p e r d e t e c t i o n f a i l u r e s c a n r e s u l t i n F 1 8 - 1 0 ( t r a y 1 ) , F 1 8 -20 (tray 2), a n d F 1 8 -3 0 (tray 3) service codes. T h i s i s c a u s e d b y t h e m o v e m e n t o f t h e p a p e r g u i d e / l e f t i n e a c h t r a y f r o m its proper position w h i c h l e a d s t o i n c o r r e c t p a p e r p l a c e m e n t i n t h e t r a y. T h e k i t h a s g u i d e s t o p p e r p l a t e s t o b e t t e r s e c u r e t h e p a p e r g u i d e a n d l o n g e r a c t u a t o r s t o e n s u r e p r o p e r u p p e r l i m it d e t e c t i o n . T h e s e p a r t s h a v e b e e n i n s t a l l e d i n m a c h i n e s d u r i n g p r o d u c t i o n b e g i n n i n g w i t h s e rial n u m b e r 5 5 V E 0 2 5 5 8 ; m a c h i n e s b e l o w t h i s s e r i a l n u m b e r m a y r e q u i r e t h e k i t . This is not a mandatory modification.

Guide stopper plate Paper guide/left

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PARTS
T h r o u g h M a r c h 1 , 2 0 0 2 , th e s e k i t s c a n b e o b t a i n e d f r o m t h e e a s t c o a s t P a r t s D i s t r i b u t i o n C e n t e r free of charge for 1 0 0 % of the m a c h i n e s n o t e d a b o v e , u s i n g t h e special ordering procedure in this b u lletin . T h e P a r t s C e n t e r w ill ch a r g e f o r a l l p a r t s o r d e r e d u s i n g s t a n d a r d o r d e r i n g p r o c e d u r e s .

DESCRIPTION Modification kit (special) Modification kit (standard) Screw (M4X6) # Kit contents: Actuator (500 sheet tray) Actuator (1000 sheet tray) Guide stopper plate Installation sheet

QUANTITY 1 1 18

PART NO.

DEALER UNIT COST*

55VA-K030FOC N/C 55VA-K030 $ 18.25 00Z194061 .15

2 1 3 1

55VA40340 55VA41340 55VA40740 N/A

$ 3.32 3.32 3.84 N/C

* Prices are subject to change without notice. # Screws are not included with kit. Six (6) screws will be needed to install each guide stopper plate (p/n 55VA40740); a total of 18 will be needed for each kit.

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SPECIAL ORDERING PROCEDURE


O r d e r f o r m B --4 3 9 m u s t b e c o m p l e t e d a s i n s t r u c t e d b e l o w for entitlem e n t t o t h i s f r e e - o f - c h a r g e p r o g r a m . T h e P a r t s C e n t e r w i l l c h a r g e f o r a l l k i t s o r d e r e d u s i n g s t a n d a r d o r d e r i n g p r o c e d u res. T h i s f r e e - o f - c h a r g e p r o g r a m e x p ires M a r c h 1 , 2 0 0 2 . O r d e r s w ill be filled at a 1 0 0 % rate under this program . 1. 2. U s e a s e p a r a t e F o r m B --4 3 9 w h e n o r d e r i n g t h e s e k i t s . D o n o t m ix other parts w ith t h is order. C o m p lete the B --439 as instructed below a n d forw a rd it to the east coast Parts D istribution C e n ter, or fax it to 1-800-456-6422, ext. 2424. Do not use the on-line term inal ordering procedure.
1ST PAPER FEED JAMMING PREVENTION PROGRAM

A . Enter the special program n a m e a s indicated above. B . Enter your ID number. C . E n t e r t h e d a t e t h a t y o u s u b m it this order. D . E n t e r y o u r b r a n c h /com p a n y n a m e a n d c o m p lete shipping address. E . E n t e r t h e p a r t n u mber(s) listed in this bulletin. F . Enter the total number of kits required. G . L ist the serial num b e r s of the m a c h ines w h ich require the parts. (The num b e r o f s e r i a l n u m b e r s m u st equal the total quantity listed for item F .) H . S ign the form .

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INSTALLATION PROCEDURES Acutators


Use the actuators in the kit to replace the upper lim it actuators in each of the trays.

Stopper Plate
E a c h m o d ification kit has instructions for installing the stopper plate.

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PRODUCT:

7075/FORCE 75

NO.:

12

DATE:

9/12/01

SUBJECT:

FUSING DRIVE GEAR/C


Modified to Prevent Breakage

The slots of fusing drive gear/C, into which the drive pin (pin/A) is inserted, have been lengthen e d to evenly distribute the driving loads over a larger area. With the older gear, a smaller area was subjected to these same loads, increasing the stress to that area and increasing the likelihood of gear breakage. Pin/A has also been lengthened ( 16 34mm) to accommodate this change. Refer to the illustration. This modification has been factory installed beginning with serial numbers 55VE01841 (7075) a n d 5 5 Z E 0 0 0 7 3 ( F O R C E 7 5 ) . T h i s i s n o t a m a n d a t o r y m o d i f i c a t i o n . For machines below the serial number, replace gear/C and pin/A if breakage occurs.

Drive Unit

Fusing drive pin/A Fusing drive gear/C

Fusing drive gear/C

Fusing drive gear/C


Shorter slot Longer slots

Old

New

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Please visit Konicas web site (www.konicabt.com) and search the Konica NSSG Web Support for additional information and solutions.

PARTS
Fusing drive gear/C and pin/A can be obtained from the Parts Distribution Center using standard ordering procedures. Gear/C and pin/A must be installed as a set.

DESCRIPTION
Gear/C, fusing drive Pin/A, fusing drive * Prices are subject to change without notice.

PART NO.
55VA77071 55VA15190

DEALER UNIT COST*


$ 7.78 2.64

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PRODUCT:

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NO.:

13

DATE:

9/18/01

SUBJECT:

FUSING CLEANING GEAR/3


Precaution/Improvement to Prevent Breakage

c l e a n i n g w e b a s s e m b ly drive m e c h a n i s m i m p a r t s d r i v e t o t h e w e b a s s e m b l y v i a a c o u p l i n g d e v i s e ( p i n ) w h ich e n g a g e s f u s i n g c l e a n i n g g e a r / 3 . The pins position w ith respect to gear/3 can make the gear either more or less prone to breakage. R e ferring to the illustration, V iew A , g e a r / 3 h a s t w o s e t s of slots into w h i c h t h e p i n c a n b e i n s e r t e d ; a l s o n o t e t h e w ide and narrow tabs. Now referring to View B, note the direction of rotation of gear/3. If w h ile replacing the w e b a s s e m b ly the pin is inserted into the slots show n , t h e narrower support tabs of the gear are subjected to the force of the pin, m a k i n g g e a r b r e a k a g e more likely. O n t h e o t h e r h a n d , if th e p i n i s i n s e r t e d i n t o t h e s l o t s s h o w n i n V i e w C , t h e w i d e r , m o r e d u r a b l e t a b s a r e n o w s u b j e c t e d t o t h e p i n s force, significantly reducing the likelihood of breakage. In conjunction with the correct pin positioning, fusing cleaning gear/3 has been improved to increase its durability. The im p r o v e d g e a r , w h i c h i s n o w g r e e n i s h i n c o l o r , i s sligh t l y t h i c k e r a n d m a d e o f a p o l y a m ide-im ide (P A I) m a terial. This gear (and correct pin positioning) has been factory installed in m a c h i n e s b e g i n n i n g w i t h s e r i a l n u m ber 55VE01095. All FORCE 75 machines include this m o d ification .

Th e

View A

Narrow tab (4)

Wide tab (2)

Two sets of slots Narrow tab Pin/narrow tab contact (Other end obscured from view)

View B
Gear/3

Pin

Wrong Way
Narrow tab Pin/wide tab contact

View C
Wide tab Gear/3

T h is is not a m a n d a tory modification. To m inim i z e d o w ntim e a n d g e a r r e p l a c e m e n t, i t i s r e c o m m e n d e d t h a t t h e pin position be checked, and corrected if necessary i n a c c o r d a n c e w ith V iew C , d u r i n g t h e n e x t s e r v i c e call or PM .

Pin Pin/wide tab contact Wide tab

Right Way

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P lease visit K o n icas w e b s i t e ( w w w . k o n i c a b t . c o m ) a n d s e a r c h t h e K o n i c a N S S G W e b S u p p o r t for additional inform a t i o n a n d s o l u t i o n s .

PARTS
Fusing cleaning gear/3 can be obtained from the Parts Distribution Center using standard ordering procedures. The old and new gear are interchangeable.

DESCRIPTION
Fusing cleaning gear/3 * Prices are subject to change w ithout notice.

PART NO.
55VA77861

DEALER UNIT COST*


$ 10.62

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TECHNICAL BULLETIN
A copy of this bulletin must be given to every technician who services this model.
PRODUCT:

7075/FORCE 75/7085

NO:

14

DATE:

5/8/02

SUBJECT:

DEVELOPER LEAKAGE
Developing Unit Credit Program Models 7075 & FORCE 75 Only

Symptom:
Loose developer which has leaked through the G-Seals at the rear of the Developer unit. Examination of the drive gear discloses excessive wear of the gear teeth and of the shaft inside the bushing. The bushing interior is also contaminated with hardened developer.

Cause:
Breakdown of the G-Seal material allows developer to leak and contaminate the Developer Unit drive section.

Action and Result:


Developing units are now equipped with more durable seal material.

Applicability:
This credit program applies to all 7075 and FORCE 75 units as specified below.

Credit Program:
Upon verification, Konicas Engineering Department will offer credit equivalent to the amount of lost yield for each out-of-warranty developing unit replaced as a result of the aforementioned symptom.

NOTE: This credit program is only in effect until March 31, 2003.
Verification will require that the attached forms be completed and provided to the Engineering Department, accompanied by the individual engine service history and order information for each replacement part that was used. Fax these documents to: Konica Business Technologies, Inc. Engineering Department Attn: Felix Burgen Fax No.: (860) 902-7610 Note: This program will provide compensation for the premature failure of out-of-warranty developing units (p/n: 55VA-3000/1/2) and does not require that failed parts be returned for evaluation. However, the failed parts should be retained until credit is provided in case Konica requests that they be returned for further inspection.

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THIS PROGRAM PROVIDES COMPENSATION FOR THE PREMATURE FAILURE OF OUT-OF-WARRANTY DEVELOPING UNITS (P/N: 55VA-3000/1/2). CREDIT WILL BE BASED UPON THE ACTUAL YIELD ACHIEVED BY A DEVELOPING UNIT AT THE TIME OF ITS REPLACEMENT VERSUS THE SPECIFIED LIFE OF 6 MILLION COPIES. FOR EXAMPLE: IF A DEVELOPING IS VERIFIED AS FAILED AFTER 3.0 MILLION COPIES, CREDIT WILL BE ISSUED IN AN AMOUNT BASED UPON BRANCH / DEALER COST OF THE PART TO COMPENSATE FOR THE 50% LOST PORTION OF THE YIELD. BRANCH NAME: ________________________________ ID #: ___________________________ DEALER NAME: ________________________________ ID #: ___________________________ ADDRESS: _____________________________________________ ZIP CODE: ______________ PHONE #: _____________________________ FAX #: __________________________________ NOTE: 1. IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO RETURN THE FAILED PART. HOWEVER, IT SHOULD BE RETAINED UNTIL CREDIT IS PROVIDED IN CASE KONICA REQUESTS THAT THEY BE RETURNED FOR FURTHER INSPECTION. 2. IN ORDER TO RECEIVE CREDIT FOR A FAILED DEVELOPING UNIT, THE ATTACHED CALCULATION FORM MUST BE COMPLETED AND MUST ACCOMPANY THIS FORM: NOTE: IF MORE THAN ONE REPLACEMENT HAS BEEN REQUIRED ON A SINGLE ENGINE, THE HISTORY MUST INCLUDE INSTALLATION, REMOVAL DATA, AND PURCHASE ORDER NUMBERS FOR EACH DEVELOPING UNIT. FAILURE TO PROVIDE THIS INFORMATION WILL PREVENT ISSUANCE OF CREDIT FOR THE PART. NAME OF INDIVIDUAL SUBMITTING REQUEST PRINTED: _____________________________ SIGNATURE: __________________________ DATE SUBMITTED: _______________ DATE: ____________ DISAPPROVED EMAIL ADDRESS:___________________________ APPROVED CREDIT %

IF DISAPPROVED, REASON: _____________________________________________________

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THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION MUST BE COMPLETED FOR EACH ENGINE AND FOR EACH PREMATURE DEVELOPER REPLACEMENT REQUIRED ON THAT ENGINE

Item
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

SNo.

Count at Install

Count at Removal

Total Copies Produced

Yield %

P.O. Number

Sample of Required Submission Data: A


a b c 55VA00010 Same 55VA01018 0 4,581,329 0

B
4,581,329 7,675,429 4,300,000

C
4,581,329 3,094,100 4,300,000
(C=B-A)

D
76 52 72
(D=C / 6,000,000)

010443 011489 A12543

NOTE: TO VERIFY REPLACEMENTS, THAT PORTION OF THE ENGINE SERVICE HISTORY SHOWING THE DATE AND T.C. READING FOR EACH DEVELOPER UNIT MUST ACCOMPANY THIS FORM. FAILURE TO PROVIDE THIS INFORMATION WILL PREVENT ISSUANCE OF CREDIT FOR THE PART.

PRODUCT:

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NO.: 15

DATE: 5/31/02

SUBJECT:

LINES ON LARGE SIZE COPIES

Ou t p u t p r o d u c e d i n p r i n t e r m o d e o r i n t e r n a l t e s t p a t t e r n s o n l a r g e p a p e r ( 1 1 x 1 7 ) e x h i b i t s b l a ck
lin e s i n t h e d i r e c t i o n o f t h e d r u m s h a f t f r o m t h e m i d d l e t o t h e t r a i l e d g e o f t h e p a p e r. These l i n e s are barely visible on copies w ith text only but are apparent on halftone or copies of photos. Use the procedures in this bulletin to correct the problem .

A B C D

A = 140-148mm

B = 110-115mm

C = 40-50mm

D = 0 - 30mm

PROCEDURE 140mm to 148mm From the Trail Edge of the Copy.


T h is occurs just after passing the registration roller. It is caused by a difference in speed b e t w e e n the registration and pre-transfer rollers. If only the registration roller is replaced, the o u t e r diameter of the new roller is larger than that of a worn roller. As a result, the rotation speed of t h e r e g i s t r a t i o n a n d p r e - t r a n s f e r r o l l e r s m a y b e d ifferent. U s e t h e f o l l o w i n g p r o c e d u r e to a d just this.

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Vertical Magnification Adjustment Procedure


1. 2. Use large-sized (11x17), thick paper (34lb.) for all adjustm e n ts. L o a d t h e p a p e r into one of the copier trays. D o n o t u s e L T - 4 1 1 o r t h e b y p a s s t r a y t o l o a d t h e paper for adjustm e n t . D e p e n d i n g o n L T - 4 1 1 installation conditions, there m a y b e a d ifferen c e from t h e m a in body trays. A c c e s s 3 6 m o d e , 2 . I m a g e a d justm e n t = 2. M a g n ification adjustm e n t = 1 . P r i n t e r d r u m c lock a d justm e n t = copy screen. Then, select the tray w h e r e y o u l o a d e d t h e l a r g e s i z e p a p e r a n d press the copy key. M e a s u r e t h e d i s t a n c e b e t ween the distortion m a r k a t t h e l e a d i n g e d g e a n d t h e c e n t e r o f t h e c o p y . For the exact position, please refer to the illustration below . T h e a r r o w in the illustration s h o w s t h e p a p e r e x it d irection.
102.8mm

3.

4.

LEAD EDGE

5.

A d just the paper vertical m a g n ification until the distance becom e s 1 0 2 .8m m (+/- .2m m ). If t h e d istance is m o r e t h a n 1 0 2 . 8 m m (+/- .2m m ) , p r e s s t h e P a n d C k e y s t o g e t h e r , r e t u r n t o t h e d r u m a d justm e n t s c r e e n , a n d i n p u t a s m a ller value for the vertical m a g n ification. If the d istance is less than 102.8m m (+/- .2m m ), enter the printer drum c l o c k s c r e e n a n d i n p u t a larger value. Please note that the size of the paper im m e d iately after exit is shorter due to therm a l sh r i n k a g e . Therefore, measure the distance after allow ing the paper to cool for 10 seconds.

Printer Vertical Zoom Adjustment


6. 7. In order to check the result of the printer vertical zoom a d justment, perform s t e p s 7 a n d 8 . A c c e s s 3 6 m o d e . E n t e r 4 . I n t e s t p a t t e r n o u t p u t m o d e , in p u t 9 a n d t h e n p r e s s s e t . T h e c o p y screen w ill a p p e a r . Select the tray containing the large paper. The image of 9 is sim ilar to h a lftone. I f t h e b l a c k b a n d a p p e a r s a t 1 4 0 m m t o 1 5 0 m m from the trail edge, jitter is occurring. This occurs w h e n t h e v e r t ical m a g n ification adjustm e n t v a lue is too large. Return to the printe r d r u m clock adjustm e n t screen (see step 3) and input a sm a ller value. R e p e a t s t e p s 7 a n d 8 u n t i l t h e b l a c k b a n d s a t 1 4 0 m m t o 1 5 0 m m d isappear.

8.

9.

1 0 . N o t e t h a t a d j u s t m e n t of the printer vertical m a g n ification affects the printer leading edge tim ing and that tim i n g s h o u l d b e c h e c k e d / a d j u s t e d a s r e q u i r e d .

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a.

1 1 0 m m t h r o u g h 1 1 5 m m from t h e t r a i l e d g e o f t h e c o p y . T h is is caused by the shock that occurs w h e n t h e p a p e r h its the fixing roller. B e c a u s e thick paper tends to curl heavily, the occurrence is higher w ith t h ick paper. W h e n t h i c k mode is selected, the sym p tom m ay be corrected. If the fixing exit plate is built up w ith p a p e r d u s t o r t o n e r , t h e p a p e r may be caught for a brief tim e a n d c a u s e jitter. C lean t h e g u ide plate, check the surface and ensure that it is sm o o t h . 4 0 m m t h r o u g h 5 0 m m from t h e t r a i l e d g e o f t h e c o p y . T h is occurs after passing the pre-transfer roller. The speed of the pre-transfer roller a n d t h e d r u m m ay be different. It m a y b e improved by cleaning or replacing the roller. 3 0 m m t h r o u g h 0 m m from t h e t r a i l e d g e o f t h e c o p y . T h is occurs after passing the pre-transfer roller guide plate. W h e n t h e t r a i l e d g e o f t h e paper passes through the transfer guide plate/upper, the trailing edge m a y b e r e p e lled , causing uneven background to occur.

b.

c.

Other Factors

If a spacer has been inserted for thick paper to increase fixing roller pressure, transfer jit ter may result. If this occurs, rem o v e t h e s p a c e r . E v e n if th i n p a p e r is u s e d , w h e n t h e p a p e r w e a v e d irection is vertical (long grain) the paper is stiffer and transfer jitter m a y o c c u r f r e q u e n t l y . U s e p a p e r w ith a different weave directio n (short grain). T h e t h i c k e r t h e p a p e r , t h e m o r e p a p e r c u r l d irection is a factor. Turning the paper over in t h e tray may be effective in reducing transfer jitter.

Summary

Frequent transfer jitter in large paper is related to the entrance of the paper to the fixin g u n it and hesitation during paper conveyance. It occurs because of the shock to the paper w h e n it enters the fixing unit and the difference in speed of paper entering and exiting the fixing rollers. Possible counter m e a s u r e s a r e t o elim inate a n y t h i n g t h a t m ight delay the paper and to adjust the roller speed after replacing any transfer conveyance rollers. T h in paper is less stiff and has less friction. U s i n g t h i n p a p e r may correct transfer jitter. If black lines occur in the copy m o d e , th e c a u s e m a y b e d ifferent than those listed above. Check t he symptom carefully to specify the cause, i.e.: fixing drive gears, fixing unit bearings, exit/inversion unit rollers, one-w a y b e a r i n g s , etc.

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PRODUCT:

7075/FORCE 75/7085

NO.:

16

DATE:

8/23/02

SUBJECT:

WEB DRIVING MOTOR PROGRAM


Models 7075, FORCE 75 Only

We b d r i v i n g m o t o r s i n m o d e l s 7 0 7 5 a n d F O R C E 7 5 m a y f a i l b e f o r e t h e i r s c h e d u l e d r e p l a c e m e n t tim e ( e v e r y 3 , 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 c o p i e s ) . N e w s t y l e m o t o r s a r e n o w a v a i l a b l e ; th e y w e r e i n s t a l l e d d u r i n g production beginning w ith serial #55VE04718 for the model 7075 and 55ZE00241 for the model F O R C E 7 5 . Please note that K B T s Parts D istribution C e n t e r h a s b e e n s h i p p i n g t h e n e w style w e b d r i v i n g m o t o r s i n c e J a n u a r y, 2 0 0 2 .
PARTS
T h r o u g h F e b r u a r y 1 7 , 2 0 0 3 , th e s e m o t o r s c a n b e o b t a i n e d f r o m t h e e a s t c o a s t P a r t s D i s t r i b u t i o n C e n t e r free of charge for 5 0 % o f t h e m a c h i n e s n o t e d a b o v e , u s i n g t h e special ordering procedure in this bulletin. The Parts Center will charge for all parts ordered using standard ordering procedures. Free-of-charge program s are based on statistical percentages of m a chines that are likely to be a f f e c t e d b y c e r t a i n m o d ification p r o g r a m s. F o r p e r c e n t a g e p r o g r a m s, th e q u a n t ity of parts u s u a lly is sufficient to m o d ify all of the m a c h i n e s t h a t n e e d t h e c h a n g e . H o w e v e r , i f m o r e t h a n the statistical percentage of m a c h i n e s s e r v i c e d b y a n y o n e b r a n c h o r d e a l e r r e q u i r e a m o d ifica tion , a d d i t i o n a l p a r t s c a n b e o b t a i n e d u s i n g t h e F T R ( F i e l d T e c h n i c a l R e p o r t , F o r m T P - 2 ) e s t a b l i s h e d f o r t h a t p u r p o s e . Use the FTR only if additional parts are needed . (P u r c h a s e t h e n e c e s s a r y n e w p a r t s a n d r e t u r n t h e o l d p a r t s w i t h t h e p r o p e r l y c o m p l e t e d F T R f o r m to receive credit.)

DESCRIPTION
Web driving motor (special) Web driving motor (standard) * Prices are subject to change w ithout notice.

PART NO.
55VA80171FOC 55VA80171

DEALER UNIT COST*


N /C $ 65.33

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Bulletin #16 (8/23/02)

SPECIAL ORDERING PROCEDURE


O r d e r f o r m B --4 3 9 m u s t b e c o m p l e t e d a s i n s t r u c t e d b e l o w for entitlem e n t t o t h i s f r e e - o f - c h a r g e program . The Parts Center will charge for all motors ordered using standard ordering procedures. T h i s f r e e - o f - c h a r g e p r o g r a m e x p i r e s F e b r u a r y 1 7 , 2 0 0 3 . O r d e r s w ill be filled at a 5 0 % rate under this program . 1. 2. U s e a s e p a r a t e F o r m B --4 3 9 w h e n o r d e r ing these m o t o r s . D o n o t m ix other parts w ith t h is order. C o m p lete the B --439 as instructed below a n d forw a r d it to the Parts D istribution C e n ter, or fax it to 1-800-456-6422, ext. 2424. Do not use Koninet.
WEB DRIVING MOTOR PROGRAM

A . Enter the special program n a m e a s indicated above. B . Enter your ID number. C . E n t e r t h e d a t e t h a t y o u s u b m it this order. D . E n t e r y o u r b r a n c h /com p a n y n a m e a n d c o m p lete shipping address. E . E n t e r t h e p a r t n u mber(s) listed in this bulletin. F . E n t e r t h e t o t a l n u m b e r o f motors required and eligible (50% of serial numbers). G . L ist the serial num b e r s o f t h e m a chines w h ich require the m o t o r s . ( T h e n u m b e r o f s e r i a l n u m b e r s m u st equal 1 2 the total quantity listed for item F .) H . S ign the form .

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TECHNICAL BULLETIN
A copy of this bulletin must be given to every technician who services this model.
PRODUCT:

7075/FORCE 75/7085

NO:

17

DATE:

9/11/02

SUBJECT:

WIRING CHECK
Vertical Conveyance Unit Wiring Harness

Symptom
Upon machine power up, code J32-11 (fixing/exit jam) or F53-12 (power supply abnormality) will occur.

Cause
Wiring harnesses not positioned and secured properly can lead to wire damage, normally as a result of being pinched between two surfaces while reassembling machine components, such as panels for example. Such is the case with the wiring harness of the vertical conveyance unit. Several cases of codes J32-11 and F5312 have occurred as a result of wire damage following LCT unit hookups. View A shows the wiring harness improperly positioned. In this case the wires are at great risk of being pinched between the machine frame and panel when the side panel is reinstalled. If the 5V wire of the harness is damaged and shorted to ground, a J3211 code will occur; with the 24V wire shorted to ground, an F53-12 code will occur.

Action and Result


If code J32-11 occurs, the 5V wire has been damaged. Repair the damaged wire(s) by wrapping each wire with electrical tape. If code F53-12 occurs, the 24V wire has been damaged and the ICP fuse on the printer control board is blown. Repair the damaged wire(s) with electrical tape and replace the printer control board. Preventive Maintenance Preventive maintenance is the best approach to avoiding costly repairs. Prior to hooking up the LCT unit during machine setup, or during the next service call, inspect the vertical conveyance unit wiring harness to ensure that it is configured as shown in View B. If the harness appears as in View A, rotate the top clamp 90 degrees and rebind the wiring as necessary so that it looks like View B. Wrong Right
Connector

Wiring harness Vertical conveyance unit of main body

Wiring harness

Rotate clamp 90 degrees as shown

View A

View B

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TECHNICAL BULLETIN
A copy of this bulletin must be given to every technician who services this model.
PRODUCT:

7075/FORCE 75/7085

NO:

18

DATE:

9/12/02

SUBJECT:

DRUM PROTECTION SHEET


Transfer/Separation Corona Unit

Purpose of Change
To protect the drum from being damaged. The transfer/separation corona unit can be jolted out of position if the ADU carriage tension lever is released, to remove a paper jam for example, then returned back to its normal position using too much force. Under these circumstances, the upper transfer guide plate may contact the drum and cause damage. Drum
Upper transfer guide plate

Contact area

Transfer/separation corona unit

Where Changed
A drum protection sheet is now being applied to the upper transfer guide plate to provide a barrier between the plate and the drum should the transfer/separation corona unit get jolted out of position.

Drum protection sheet

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Applicability
The table below identifies those machines installed with the protection sheet during production. For machines below the serial numbers, refer to the Installation section of this bulletin.

Model 7075 FORCE 75 7085

Beginning Serial Number 55VE03747 All machines

Parts
The transfer/separation corona drum protection sheet can be obtained from the Parts Distribution Center using standard ordering procedures. DESCRIPTION Sheet, drum protection Transfer/separation corona unit *Prices are subject to change without notice. PART NO. 55VA26910 55VA9924 DEALER UNIT COST* $ 4.21 211.74

Installation
To apply the drum protection sheet, proceed as follows: 1. Remove the transfer/separation corona unit from the main body and lay it on a sturdy, flat work surface.

Drum protection sheet Angled edge of sheet at rear end of plate

Upper transfer guide plate

2. Peel the backing from the sheet and align the sheet to the upper transfer guide plate, positioning the angled edge at the rear end of the plate, so that the sheet extends beyond the edge of the plate by no more than 0.3mm (see illustrations). 3. Firmly press the aligned sheet into place. 4. Reinstall the transfer/separation corona unit.

0.3mm max. Upper transfer guide plate Sheet

Front end view of transfer/separation corona unit

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Bulletin #18 (9/12/02)

TECHNICAL BULLETIN
A copy of this bulletin must be given to every technician who services this model.
PRODUCT:

7075/FORCE 75/7085/FORCE 85

NO:

19

DATE:

5/21/03

SUBJECT:

FIRST PAPER FEED JAMMING PREVENTION MODIFICATION


Model FORCE 75 Only

A modification kit is available to correct first paper feed jamming in the 500- and 1000-sheet paper trays. Paper detection failures can result in F18-10 (tray 1), F18-20 (tray 2), and F18-30 (tray 3) service codes. This is caused by the movement of the paper guide/left in each tray from its proper position which allows incorrect paper placement in the tray. The kit has guide stopper plates to better secure the paper guide and longer actuators to ensure proper upper limit detection. These parts have been installed in machines during production beginning with serial number 55ZE00193; machines below this serial number may require the kit. Please note that this i s not an FOC program or mandatory modification.

Guide stopper plate

Paper guide/left

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Bulletin #19 (5/21/03)

Parts
These parts can be obtained from the Parts Distribution Center using standard ordering procedures. DESCRIPTION QUANTITY PART NO. DEALER UNIT COST*

Modification kit Screw (M4X6)# Kit contents: Actuator (500 sheet tray) Actuator (1000 sheet tray) Guide stopper plate Installation sheet

1 18

55VA-K030 00Z194061

$ 18.25 .15

2 1 3 1

55VA40340 55VA41340 55VA40740 N/A

$ 3.32 3.32 3.84 N/C

*Prices are subject to change without notice. #Screws are not included with the kit. Six (6) screws will be needed to install each guide stopper plate (p/n 55VA40740); a total of 18 screws will be needed for each kit.

INSTALLATION PROCEDURES Actuators


Use the actuators in the kit to replace the upper limit actuators in each of the trays.

Stopper Plates
Each modification kit has instructions for installing the stopper plate.

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Bulletin #19 (5/21/03)

TECHNICAL BULLETIN
A copy of this bulletin must be given to every technician who services this model.
PRODUCT:

7075, FORCE 75, 7085, FORCE 85

NO:

20

DATE:

9/17/03

SUBJECT:

CHANGE OF REGISTRATION SHAFT HOLDER


Models 7075, FORCE 75 Only

As the registration shaft holders wear from contact with the registration roller, they produce dust that collects between the shaft holder and the roller. This affects the start of the registration rollers rotation and can cause leading edge timing error (J31-2) on machines with 2 million copies or more. New shaft holders were installed during production on model 7075 beginning with serial number 55VE04367 and model FORCE 75 beginning with serial number 55ZE0241. The new shaft holders should be replaced as a set.

Parts
The new shaft holders can be ordered from the Parts Center using standard ordering procedures. DESCRIPTION Registration shaft holder *Prices are subject to change without notice. PART NO. 55VA76020 DEALER UNIT COST* $ 5.89

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Bulletin Number 4832

Date: To: From: Subject: 7075: Force 85: Di850:

07/21/04 All Konica Minolta Digital Copier Dealers Service Support BREAKAGE OF DEVELOPING MAGNET ANGLE ADJUSTMENT PART 021 021 052 Force 75: Di750: 021 097 7085: Di750PE: 021 050

Supersedes 7075/Force 75/7085/Force 85 bulletin number 21 dated 5/10/04 and 21A dated 5/25/04. This bulletin has been revised to include Models Di750, Di750PE, and Di850. NOTE: 1. 2. Field Modification FOC Program

SYMPTOM: Occurrences of frequent toner spills from some developing units are found to be caused by an incorrect magnet angle setting due to a cracked adjustment part that determines the angle of the magnet (see illustration). WHERE CHANGED: The durability of the magnet angle adjustment part has been enhanced to reduce the likelihood of breakage during the manufacturing process of the machine. This item is not available as a spare part and therefore cannot be ordered; however, a field modification has been established, as identified in this bulletin, to provide a means of correcting the toner spillage problem identified above.
Crack Magnet angle adjustment part

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Bulletin Number 4832

The field modification provided in this bulletin applies to all machines within the serial number ranges provided below. The parts associated with this modification can be obtained free of charge via the FOC program detailed under the PARTS INFORMATION section, below. This in not a mandatory modification. However, it is highly recommended that this modification be installed during the next PM or service call.

MODEL 7075 FORCE 75 7085 FORCE 85 Di750 Di750PE

SERIAL NUMBER 55VE00010 55VE04786 and 55VE10001 55VE10120 55ZE00001 55ZE00240 56GE00001 56GE01263 and 56GE10001 56GE11442 56ME10001 56ME10085 XX03195 XX03450 XX01001 XX01015 XX01147 XX01148 XX01209 XX01436 and XX01459 XX01792

Di850

PARTS INFORMATION: Through November 5, 2004, the part associated with the field modification procedure outlined in this bulletin for machines within the serial number range provided above is available 100% free of charge using the special ordering procedure in this bulletin. Ensure to include on the form the serial numbers of the machines you are obtaining the part for. The part listed below is obtainable only through this FOC program; it will not be available as a spare part. DESCRIPTION Magnet angle adjustment part PART NO. 56GA9803001FOC

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Bulletin Number 4832

SPECIAL ORDERING PROCEDURE: Order form B439 must be completed as instructed below for entitlement to this free-of-charge program. The Parts Center will charge for all parts ordered using standard ordering procedures. This free-of-charge program expires November 5, 2004. Orders will be filled at a 100% rate under this program. 1. Use a separate Form B439 when ordering this part. Do not mix other parts with this order. 2. Complete the B439 as instructed below and forward it to the Parts Distribution Center, or fax it to 1-800456-6422, ext. 2424. Do not use the KoniNet ordering process.
7075/Force 75/7085/Force 85/Di750/Di750PE/Di850 Developing Magnet Angle Adj. Part Program

A. Enter the special program name as indicated above. B. Enter your ID number. C. Enter the date that you submit this order. D. Enter your branch/company name and complete shipping address. E. Enter the part number(s) listed in this bulletin. F. Enter the total number of parts required. G. List the serial numbers of the machines which require the part. (The number of serial numbers must equal the total quantity listed for item F.) H. Sign the form

Page 4 of 5 FIELD ACTION:

Bulletin Number 4832

This bulletin provides a procedure for installing the improved magnet angle adjustment part as a preventative measure. Field Modification 1. Referring to the service manual, remove the drum cover, the screws that secure the drum carriage, and the drum coupling. Pull out the drum carriage. 2. Remove the developing suction filter. 3. Remove the developing unit from the drum carriage and place it on a sturdy, flat surface. 4. Record the setting of the current magnet angle adjustment part located at the front end of the developing unit before removing it. 5. Remove the e-ring and white plastic stopper idle roller from the magnet shaft. 6. Now remove magnet angle adjustment part by first Stopper idle roller removing the paint-locked screw that secures it. Then remove and discard the steel washer (not shown) located behind the magnet angle adjustment part. (The steel washer is not used with the new magnet angle adjustment part.) 7. Install the new magnet angle adjustment part (1) onto the shaft (2) as the current one was installed, aligning the D-shaped hole of the part (3) with the D-shaped contour of the shaft (see illustration). Once installed, ensure that the part fits snugly on the shaft, not loose. Note: By design, the magnet angle adjustment part may be somewhat difficult to insert onto the shaft to ensure a snug fit during machine operation. 8. Reinsert the magnet angle adjustment part screw, but dont over tighten it to enable adjusting the magnet angle.
E-ring

Magnet angle adjustment part

9. Using a jewelers loupe (magnify glass) or the like, set the angle to the reading that you previously recorded in step 4, above, verifying the setting according to the specifications provided below. Magnet Angle Specification 7075/Force 75/Di750/Di750PE: 3.8 (tolerance range: 3.3 4.2) 7085/Force 85/Di850: 2.8 (tolerance range: 2.5 3.1)

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Page 5 of 5 10. Once the angle of the magnet angle adjustment part has been adjusted to the correct setting, firmly tighten the adjustment part screw and apply a screw-locking agent (ThreeBond 1401B is recommended) along the edge of the screw to lock it into place (see illustration).

Bulletin Number 4832

REINSTALLATION: 1. Reinstall the stopper idle roller and e-ring onto the magnet shaft. 2. Install the developing unit back onto the drum carriage and, with a finger, try to rotate the developing stopper idle roller it should not rotate. 3. Insert the developing suction filter. 4. Install the drum coupling and then insert the drum carriage back into the machine, securing it with the screws. 5. Install the drum cover.

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Bulletin Number 4905

Date: To: From: Subject: 7085:

08/30/04 All Konica Minolta Digital Copier Dealers Service Support REQUIREMENTS WHEN USING TU-109 ON 7085 022 Di850: 054

NOTE:

This bulletin applies only to the model 7085 (including options FS-211 and TU-109). Refer to bulletins 3976C, 4498A, and 4673 for related information pertaining to models Di850, FN-7, and TMG-3.

TOPIC: Trimmer unit TU-109, originally an option for the Model 8050, is now available for use with Model 7085 machines fitted with finisher FS-211. This provides the 7085 with the capability of 20-sheet trimming, an increase over the 16-sheet capacity it has with the TU-108. REQUIREMENTS: To enable 7085/TU-109 compatibility, the following list of recommendations and requirements are established: It is recommended that FS-211 units beginning with serial number 13TR01016, that include a more durable folding knife driving cam assembly, be utilized. Finishers below this serial number should be upgraded with the improved driving cam assembly (p/n: 129X534_) if it is to be used in this capacity. The new style motor mounting plate/B (p/n: 129X4828) must also be installed in conjunction with the cam assembly. For information pertaining to the installation of the improved driving cam assembly and new style motor mounting plate/B, refer to solutions 103382, 119002, 119003, 119004, 148942, 148943, 148948, and 148949 located on Konica Minoltas NSSG site at: http://techweb.konicabt.com/scripts/web_access.cgi?FUNC=DISP_LOGIN Install the entrance guide sheet and entrance pressure plate assembly that is shipped with the TU-109. Ensure that the following minimum firmware levels that support 20-sheet trimming are installed: o o 7085 Image Control program version 43 FS-211 FNS program version 15

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Bulletin Number 4905

For 7085 machines fitted with an IP-602, the TU-109 display is not available on the User Interface window for IP-602/PS-362 drivers (PCL, Adobe-PS, Konica Minolta-PS drivers), and therefore TU-108 will appear on the display instead. This may cause confusion with operators. In light of this, during your service call, provide them with the following information: o o That although TU-108 is displayed on the User Interface window, it will not affect the functionality expected from the installed TU-109 unit. That when they select the trimmer unit, they should first select the FS-211 unit, then select TU-108 during their selection of options on the driver.

The following 25 service mode DIP Switch has been established to enable trimming mode max-sheet selection in support of the TU-109: DIP Switch 26-0, when set to: 0 = 16-sheet capacity (for heavy stock paper, etc.) 1 = 20-sheet capacity (default setting) Note that the max-sheet 25 service mode DIP Switch setting for the Stapling and Folding mode provided below should coincide with the trimming mode max-sheet selection provided above: 25-1 = 0, 20-sheet capacity (default setting) 25-1 = 1, 16-sheet capacity (for heavy stock paper, etc.)

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Bulletin Number 4972

Date: To: From: Subject: 7085:

12/6/04 All Konica Minolta Digital Copier Dealers Service Support CHANGE OF AUXILIARY AGITATOR SCREW GEARS IN DEVELOPING UNIT 023 FORCE 85: 022 Di850: 056

PURPOSE OF CHANGE: To prevent uneven density at the rear area of the image. WHERE CHANGED: The number of teeth on the left and right auxiliary agitator screw gears have been changed to enable the developer to be agitated more efficiently, and thus disperse it more evenly to prevent density fluctuations. For easy identification, the color of the new gears are black as opposed to the current white gears. APPLICABILITY: The new auxiliary agitator screw gears have been factory-installed on machines beginning with the serial numbers provided below. Model 7085 FORCE 85 Di850 Beginning Serial Number 56GE10101 56ME10028 XXX01382

Right gear

Left gear

Field modification is not required unless replacement is necessary due to breakage. PARTS: The new auxiliary agitator screw gears can be obtained from the Parts Distribution Center using standard ordering procedures. These gears must be installed as a set. DESCRIPTION Screw gear/left Screw gear/right PART NO. 56GA77360 56GA77370

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