DADF-H1

REVISION 0

MAR.2001

FY8-13HA-000

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1 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.

Indicates an item requiring disconnection of the power plug from the electric outlet. Indicates an item intended to provide notes assisting the understanding of the topic in question. Indicates an item of reference assisting the understanding of the topic in question.

Memo

REF.

Provides a description of a service mode.

Provides a description of the nature of an error indication.

Refers to the Copier Basics Series for a better understanding of the contents.

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2 Outline of the Manual
This Service Manual contains basic facts and figures needed to service the DADF-H1 in the field, and it consists of the following chapters: Chapter 1 General Description: Chapter 2 Outline of Operation: features, specifications, methods of operation mechanical systems by function, electrical systems in reference to principles of operation, timing of operation; construction and outline of electrical circuitry Mechanical Systems construction of mechanical systems; disassembly, assembly, and adjustments Maintenance and Inspection: periodically replacement parts, durables and consumables; scheduled servicing chart Troubleshooting standards, adjustments, troubleshooting tables general timing chart, list of signals/abbreviations, general circuit diagrams

Chapter 3 Chapter 4

Chapter 5 Appendix:

For installation, refer to the Installation Procedure found in the shipping box; this manual omits descriptions of the installation work.

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The descriptions in this Service Manual are based on he following rules: 1. In each chapter, the uses of the function in question and its relationship to electrical and mechanical systems are discussed and the timing of operation of its associated parts is explained by means of outlines and diagrams. In the diagrams, the symbol represents a mechanical path, while the symbol with a name next to it indicates the flow of an electric signal. The expression “turn on the power” means turning on the power switch, closing the front door, and closing the delivery door so that the machine will be supplied with power. 2. In circuit diagrams (digital), a signal whose level is High is expressed as being ‘1’, while a single whose level is Low is expressed as being ‘0’; the level of voltage, however, varies from circuit to circuit. The machine uses CPUs, whose internal mechanisms cannot be checked in the field, and, therefore, are not explained. In addition, the machine’s PCBs are not intended for repairs at the user’s and, therefore, are explained by means of block diagrams: two types are used, i.e., between sensors and inputs of PCBs equipped with a control or drive function and between outputs equipped with a control or drive function and loads; in addition, functional block diagrams are used at times. Changes made to the machine for product improvement are communicated in the form of a Service Information bulletin as needed. All service persons are expected to go through all service documentation including the bulletins and be equipped to respond to the needs of the field (as by being able to identify possible causes of problems).

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Contents
CHAPTER 1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION
1 Features ............................................... 1-1 2 Specifications ...................................... 1-2 2.1 Specifications ............................. 1-2 3 Names of Parts .................................... 1-4 3.1 Exterior View ............................. 1-4 3.2 Cross-Sectional View ................. 1-5 4 Operation Descriptions ....................... 1-6 4.1 Document Set LED .................... 1-6 4.2 Alarm Indications and Corrective Action ......................................... 1-6 4.3 Daily Customer Checks ............. 1-7

CHAPTER 2 OUTLINE OF OPERATION
1 Basic Configuration ............................ 2-1 1.1 Electrical Circuit Schematics .... 2-1 1.2 ADF Controller Circuit Board Input ........................................... 2-2 1.3 ADF Controller Circuit Board Output ........................................ 2-3 2 Basic Operations ................................. 2-4 2.1 Overview .................................... 2-4 2.2 Operations .................................. 2-6 2.2.1 Overview .............................. 2-6 2.2.2 Forwarding pickup/delivery (Single-sided document -> Single-sided print) ............... 2-7 2.2.3 Forwarding pickup/reversal delivery (Double-sided document -> Double-sided print) .............. 2-8 2.2.4 Idle feed/reversal pickup/ reversal delivery (Double-sided documents of different sizes adhering to different systems -> Double-sided print) ............ 2-10 2.2.5 Idle feed/reversal pickup/ delivery (Single-sided documents of different sizes adhering to different systems -> Single-sided print) .............. 2-13 2.3 Document Set Detection ........... 2-15 Overview ........................... 2-15 Detecting the presence or absence of a document in the document pickup tray ........ 2-17 2.3.3 Detecting whether the document being fed is the last document or not ........... 2-18 2.3.4 Initial document size detection (feed direction) .... 2-19 2.3.5 Initial document size detection (width direction) .. 2-20 2.3.6 Final document size detection ............................ 2-23 2.4 Document Pickup/Separation .. 2-26 2.4.1 Basic pickup operation ...... 2-26 2.4.2 Pickup station and stopper . 2-28 2.4.3 Pickup timing chart ........... 2-29 2.4.4 Pickup motor (M2)control . 2-30 2.5 Reversing ................................. 2-31 2.5.1 Operation ........................... 2-31 2.5.2 Operating sequences .......... 2-32 2.6 Document Feed/Delivery ......... 2-33 2.6.1 Operation ........................... 2-33 2.6.2 Operating sequence ........... 2-34 2.6.3 Feed motor (M1) control ... 2-35 3 Jams .................................................. 2-36 4 Power Supply .................................... 2-39 2.3.1 2.3.2

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CHAPTER 3 MECHANICAL SYSTEMS
1 Basic Arrangement .............................. 3-1 1.1 Exterior Covers .......................... 3-1 1.1.1 Removing the ADF .............. 3-1 1.1.2 Detaching the front cover .... 3-3 1.1.3 Detaching the rear cover ...... 3-3 1.1.4 Detaching the feeder cover .. 3-4 1.1.5 Removing the feed roller guide .................................... 3-4 2 Drive Mechanism ................................ 3-5 2.1 Pickup Motor ............................. 3-5 2.1.1 Releasing the pickup motor . 3-5 2.1.2 Mounting the pickup motor . 3-6 2.2 Feed Motor ................................. 3-7 2.2.1 Releasing the feed motor ..... 3-7 2.2.2 Mounting the feed motor ..... 3-8 2.2.3 Disassembling the drive mechanism ........................... 3-9 3 Feed System ...................................... 3-12 3.1 Feeder Cover ............................ 3-12 3.1.1 Releasing the pickup roller assembly ................... 3-12 3.1.2 Removing the pickup roller/ separation roller ................. 3-12 3.1.3 Mounting the pickup roller assembly ................... 3-13 3.1.4 Releasing the registration roller, upper ........................ 3-14 3.2 Feed System ............................. 3-15 3.2.1 Removing the separation plate/separation pad ............ 3-15 3.2.2 Removing the feed station .. 3-16 3.2.3 Removing the delivery reversal roller, upper .......... 3-17 3.2.4 Removing read roller 2 ....... 3-18 Removing the platen roller . 3-19 Removing read roller 1 ....... 3-20 Removing the registration roller, lower ........................ 3-21 3.2.8 Adjusting platen guide L .... 3-23 3.2.9 Removing the delivery reversal roller, lower .......... 3-24 3.2.10 Detaching read roller 2 roller .................................. 3-25 3.2.11 Replacing the separation guide sheet ......................... 3-26 4 Electrical ........................................... 3-27 4.1 ADF Controller PCB ............... 3-27 4.1.1 Removing the ADF controller circuit board ...... 3-27 4.2 Feed Station Sensors ................ 3-27 4.2.1 Removing the sensor assembly ............................ 3-27 4.2.2 Removing sensors .............. 3-28 4.3 Document Pickup Tray Sensors 3-28 4.3.1 Removing the document width detection variable resistor .. 3-28 4.3.2 Installing the document width detection variable resistor .. 3-29 4.4 Other Sensors and Solenoids ... 3-30 4.4.1 Removing the ADF open/ closed sensor switch .......... 3-30 4.4.2 Removing the cover open/ closed sensor ...................... 3-30 4.4.3 Removing the document set sensor ........................... 3-30 4.4.4 Removing the locking solenoid .............................. 3-31 3.2.5 3.2.6 3.2.7

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CHAPTER 4 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
1 Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement ....................................... 4-1 2 Expendable Parts Durability Table ..... 4-1 3 Periodic Service List ........................... 4-2 4 Cleaning .............................................. 4-4 4.1 Reader Station Parts ................... 4-4 4.1.1 Document table glass ........... 4-4 4.1.2 document table glass retainer4-4 4.2 ADF Parts .................................. 4-4 4.2.1 Platen guide ......................... 4-4 4.2.2 Blank plate (crimp plate) ..... 4-4 4.3 rollers and Guides ...................... 4-5 4.3.1 Blank paper feed cleaning ... 4-5 4.3.2 Document pickup tray ......... 4-6 4.3.3 Pickup roller, separation roller .................................... 4-6 Separation pad, separation plate ..................................... 4-6 4.3.5 Registration roller, upper, registration roller, lower, separation guide ................... 4-7 4.3.6 Delivery reversal roller, upper, delivery reversal roller, lower .......................... 4-7 4.3.7 Reversal flapper ................... 4-8 5 Replacement ........................................ 4-9 5.1 Replacing the Feed Roller Guide (Dust-collecting tape) ...... 4-9 5.2 Replacing the Stamp ................ 4-10 6 Adjustment ........................................ 4-11 6.1 Adjusting the Height ................ 4-11 4.3.4

CHAPTER 5 TROUBLESHOOTING
1 Specifications and Adjustments .......... 5-1 1.1 Basic Adjustments ...................... 5-1 1.1.1 Height adjustment ................ 5-1 1.1.2 Squareness adjustment ......... 5-3 1.1.3 Scanning position adjustment ............................ 5-4 1.1.4 Horizontal registration adjustment ............................ 5-6 1.1.5 Scale adjustment .................. 5-9 1.1.6 Trailing registration adjustment .......................... 5-13 1.2 Making Adjustments Following Replacement of Key Parts ........ 5-17 1.2.1 Overview ............................ 5-17 1.2.2 Tray width detection variable resistor adjustment mode ... 5-17 2 Troubleshooting ................................ 5-19 2.1 Corrective Actions by Fault ..... 5-19 2.1.1 E420 lit .............................. 5-19 2.1.2 E421 lit .............................. 5-19 2.1.3 E422 lit .............................. 5-19 Black streaks appearing in a printed image in the sub scanning direction .............. 5-19 3 Electrical Parts Layout ...................... 5-20 3.1 Sensors ..................................... 5-20 3.2 Motors, clutches, solenoids, PCB, etc. .................................. 5-21 4 LEDs, Check Pins, and Switches by PCB .............................................. 5-22 4.1 ADF Controller PCB ............... 5-22 4.1.1 Component layout ............. 5-22 4.1.2 DIP switch function list ..... 5-23 4.2 Junction PCB ........................... 5-26 4.3 Document Set LED PCB ......... 5-27 5 Self-Testing ....................................... 5-28 5.1 Overview .................................. 5-28 5.2 Alarms ...................................... 5-29 5.3 Jams ......................................... 5-29 5.4 Errors ....................................... 5-30 5.5 Host I/O Displays .................... 5-31 2.1.4

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APPENDIX
1 General Timing Charts ....................... A-1 1.1 Flow-Scanning a Singlesided A4 Document ................... A-1 1.2 Scanning a Double-sided A4 Document, Face First, Back Next .................................. A-2 2 Signal Name/Designation List ........... A-3 3 General Block Diagram ..................... A-5 4 ADF Controller Block Diagram ......... A-6 5 Document Set Display Block Diagram ........................................... A-11 6 Junction PCB Block Diagram ......... A-11 7 Jam Code List .................................. A-12 8 Special Tools List ............................. A-13 9 Solvent/Grease List .......................... A-13

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1 Features
a. Flow scanning Scanning is effected by flow scanning in all modes. b. Document size recognition The ADF recognizes document sizes in the length direction (feed direction) and in the width direction and forwards the document size information to the host to which the ADF is attached. c. Double-sided document handling Their reversal feature enables the ADF to handle double-sided documents. d. Long-document mode Long-document mode, when specified, allows the ADF to scan documents up to 630 mm long. e. Mixed loading of different sizes of documents adhering to different systems The ADF supports mixed loading of documents of two different sizes. * Mixed loading of documents of different sizes adhering to the AB and inch system is not permitted.

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2 Specifications
2.1 Specifications
Item
Document method Document Document Document method Document pickup

Specifications
Automatic pickup/delivery method

Remarks

set direction Document tray pickup: Face-up loading set position Document tray pickup: Center standard separation Top separation type Single-sided sheet document: AB system 38 to 128 g/m2 Inch system 50 to 128 g/m2 Double-sided sheet document: 50 to 128 g/m2 AB system B6/A5/B5/A4/A5R/A4R/B4/A3 Inch system STMT/LTR/LTRR/LGL/11"x 17" 60 to 90 g/m2 for documents longer than 432 mm / 17.01 in

Single-sided documents up to 630 mm / 24.80 in long available for scanning in long-document mode Document width: 148 (A5R) to 297 (A3) mm / With paper weighing 80 g/m2 or lighter 5.83 (A5R) to 11.69 (A3) in Document length: 128 (STMT) to 432 (11" x 17") mm / 5.04 (STMT) to 17.01 (11 x 17) in Document tray loading 50 sheets capacity Document delivery sta- 50 sheets With paper weighing 80 tion loading capacity g/m2 or lighter Document processing With paper weighing 80 Single-sided and double-sided document hanmode g/m2 or lighter dling Document size recogni- Yes (Standard sizes only) With paper weighing 80 tion g/m2 or lighter Leftover document rec- Available in conjunction with the host ognition Mixed loading of documents of different sizes adhering to the same system Mixed document load- Mixed loading of documents of different sizes ing feature adhering to different systems • Mixes of document sizes adhering to different systems available for loading AB system A3/B4 A4/B5 B4/A4R B5/A5 Book document Handled (documents up to 50 mm / 1.97 in in thickness only) Document size

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Item
Communication with the host Input power requirement Mass Physical dimensions

Specifications
IPC Communication 2.1 DC24VSupplied from the host to which the ADF is attached. Approx. 14 kg / 30.8 lb 565 (width) x 538 (depth) x 124 (height) mm / 22.24 (width) x 21.18 (depth) x 4.88 (height) in A-system: XDDxxxxx Inch/A-system: XDCxxxxx AB system: XDBxxxxx Inch/AB system: XDExxxxx Conforming to the host. Conforming to the host.

Remarks

Unit addresses

Operating environment Temperature range Humidity range

T01-201-02 Specifications and other information are subject to change without notice.

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3 Names of Parts
3.1 Exterior View

[3] [2]

[4]

[6]

[1] [5]

F01-301-01

[1] [2] [3]

Feeder cover Rear cover Slide guide

[4] [5] [6]

Document pickup tray Front cover Document delivery station

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3.2 Cross-Sectional View
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]

[14] [13] [12] [11] [10]

[9] [8]

F01-302-01

[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]

Registration roller, lower Registration roller, upper Separation roller Separation pad Separation plate Pickup roller Document pickup tray

[8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14]

Delivery reversal roller, upper Delivery reversal roller, lower Read roller 2 roller Read roller 2 Platen roller Read roller 1 roller Read roller 1

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4. Operation Descriptions
4.1 Document Set LED
The Document Set LED lights when a document is set in the document tray and flashes when a document jams.
Document Set LED

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4.2 Alarm Indications and Corrective Action
If the Document LED flashes while feeding a document, the document may have jammed. Take corrective action as follows: 1) Remove the entire document from the document tray. 2) Opening the feeder cover, remove any jammed document. 3) Set the document in the ADF again after aligning it, from the first sheet afterwards.

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4.3 Daily Customer Checks
Instruct the user to clean the following points at least once each month: Cleaning point
Rollers

Cleaning method
After wiping with a cloth saturated with water, then wrung tight or moistened with alcohol, wipe dry.

Remarks

Platen roller Blank plate (crimp plate) Document table glass Document table glass retainer

• Reader station part • Reader station part

T01-403-01 Perform cleaning in the following sequence: 1) Opening the feeder cover, clean the rollers (5) under the feeder cover with a cloth saturated with water, then wrung tight while turning them and then wipe dry with a soft, dry cloth. Clean the areas surrounding the rollers likewise.

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2) Opening the separation guide, clean rollers (3) with a cloth saturated with water, then wrung tight while turning them and then wipe dry with a soft, dry cloth. Clean the areas surrounding the rollers likewise.

F01-403-02 3) Turning rollers (4) with knob, clean them with a cloth saturated with water, then wrung tight while turning them and then wipe dry with a soft, dry cloth.

F01-403-03 4) With the separation guide and the feeder cover closed, open the ADF. Clean the document table glass with a cloth saturated with water, then wrung tight while turning them and then wipe dry with a soft, dry cloth.

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5) Clean the platen roller with a cloth saturated with water, then wrung tight while turning them and then wipe dry with a soft, dry cloth. Clean the sheets surrounding the rollers likewise. When the cleaning is completed, close the ADF.

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1 Basic Configuration
1.1 Electrical Circuit Schematics
This ADF is electrically controlled by the ADF controller PCB. A CPU (IC1) mounted on the ADF controller PCB decodes signals input signals from sensors and other sources and signals from the host and generates signals at predetermined timings for driving DC loads, such as motors and solenoids.

ADF Controller PCB
CPU (IC1) EEPROM (IC5) +24V IPC (IC2) +5V DC5V power (IC4) J2-2 J1-6 Motor

Sensor

Solenoid

Document Set LED

IPC Communication 2.1

Host Machine

Power Supply PCB

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1.2 ADF Controller PCB Input
ADF controller PCB input (1/1)
ADF controller PCB ADF open/close sensor AR4/LTRR identification sensor
J301 -3 -1 -2 J305 J102 -3 -1 -2 -2 -1 -3 J3 -1 -3 ADFOP -2

+5V

Set to 1 when the ADF opens

PI1

+5V

?????

PI2

J101 -1 -2 -3

J5 -1 -2 -3

+5V

A4R/LTR
J306 J102 -3 -4 -1 -6 -2 -5

Set to 1 when the paper loaded is AR4 Set to 0 when the paper loaded is LTRR

+5V
-4 -5 -6 -7

Tray sensor 1

PI3

Tray sensor 2

PI4

J307 J102 -7 -3 -9 -1 -8 -2

+5V

J6 -1 LENG1S Set to 1 when paper is present -2 LENG2S Set to 1 when paper is present -3 Set to 1 when paper is present -4 ENDS VR Detects the document width (analog information) For more details. see Section 2-19.

End-ofdocument sensor Document width detection variable resistor Registration roller paper sensor

PI5

J308 J102 -10 -3 -12 -2 -11 -1

+5V

VR1

J102 -13 -14 -15

+5V

PI6

J302 -3 -1 -2

J13 -1 -2 -3 -1 -2 -3

J3 +5V -4 -6 REGS -5 J3 +5V -7 -9 READS -8 J3 +5V -10 -12 EJTS -11

Set to 0 when paper is present

Read sensor

PI7

J303 -3 -1 -2

-4 -5 -6

-4 -5 -6

Set to 1 when paper is present

Delivery reversal sensor

PI8

J304 -3 -1 -2 J309 -3 -1 -2 J310 -3 -1 -2

-7 -8 -9

-7 -8 -9

Set to 1 when paper is present

Cover open/close sensor

PI9

J4 +5V -4 -6 COVERS Set to 1 when the cover opens -5 J4 +5V -1 -3 EMPS -2

Document set sensor

PI10

Set to 1 when paper is present

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1.3 ADF Controller PCB Output
ADF controller PCB output (1/1)
ADF controller PCB

Locking solenoid

J10 -1

+24V

SL1
J14 -1 -1

-2 A_SL J11 -1 +24V

SL1 turns on when 0

Stamp solenoid

SL2

-2

-2

-2 STAMP_SL SL2 turns on when 0 J8 -1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 J7 -1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 +24V M2A M2A* M2B M2B* +24V M1A M1A* M1B M1B* +24V For more details, see 2-35 For more details, see 2-30

Pickup motor

M2

Feed motor

M1

Document Set LED

J201 -1 -1

J11 -3

LED

-2

-2

-4 LED

LED turns on when 0

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2. Basic Operations
2.1 Overview
This machine is a flow-scanning document feeder that uses two motors to drive document pickup and feeding. Name (Symbol)
Pickup motor (M2) Feed motor (M1)

Function
Separates and feeds documents. Feeds documents.

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PI7 PI6

Document detection signal (READS) J3-9 Document detection signal (REGS) J3-6

Pickup motor drive signal J8 PI8 PI10 Document detection signal (EJTS) J3-12 Stamp solenoid drive signal (STAMP_SL) J11-2 Document set signal (EMPS) J4-3 Feed motor drive signal J7 Locking solenoid drive signal (A-SL) J3-9

A drive block diagram of this ADF is shown below.

ADF controller PCB

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End-of-document detection signal (ENDS) J6-3

PI4 PI3

Paper size identification signal 1 (LENG2S) J6-1 Paper size identification signal 2 (LENG2S) J6-2

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2.2 Operations
2.2.1 Overview
This ADF supports four modes of operation as mentioned below. It chooses from among these operation modes as directed from the host and executes the specified print operation. The table below lists the names of the operation modes supported by this ADF, along with summary descriptions of their operations and the associated print modes. Operation mode name
[1] Forwarding pickup/delivery

Operation summary
Picks up a document, then delivers it when its scan is completed. Picks up a document, then delivers it, reversed, when its scan is completed.

Associated print modes
Single-sided document -> Single-sided print Single-sided document -> Double-sided print Double-sided document -> Double-sided print Double-sided document -> Single-sided print Double-sided documents of different sizes adhering to different systems -> Double-sided print Double-sided documents of different sizes adhering to different systems -> Single-sided print Single-sided documents of different sizes adhering to different systems -> Single-sided print Single-sided documents of different sizes adhering to different systems -> Double-sided print Long document -> Single-sided print

[2] Forwarding pickup/reversal delivery

[3] Idle feed/reversal pickup/reversal delivery

Idle-feeds a document first to establish its document size, then to scan it on its surface, and picks it again for scanning, followed by reversal and delivery. [4] Idle feed/reversal pickup Idle-feeds a document to estab/delivery lish its document size, then reverses it for scanning, followed by delivery.

T02-202-01 The small and large document sizes are as follows: Small sizes: Large sizes: B6, A5R, A5, A4, B5, LTR, STMT A4R, B5R, A3,B4,LTRR, LGL, 279.4 X 431.8mm (11" X 17") T02-202-02

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2.2.2 Forwarding pickup/delivery (Single-sided document -> Single-sided print)
The flow of document handling is schematically shown below.
Document

Pickup

Delivery

Looping

Scanning standby

Scanning

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2.2.3 Forwarding pickup/reversal delivery (Double-sided document -> Double-sided print)
The flow of document handling is schematically shown below.
Document

Pickup

Feed

Looping

Reversal

Scanning standby

Looping

Scanning

Scanning standby

To next page

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Back scanning

Feed

Feed

Idle feed

Reversal

Delivery

Feed

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2.2.4 Idle feed/reversal pickup/reversal delivery (Double-sided documents of different sizes adhering to different systems -> Double-sided print)
The flow of document handling is schematically shown below.
Document

Pickup

Reversal

Looping

Looping

Feed

Feed

Idle feed

Idle feed

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Re-pickup from reversal station

Feed

Looping

Reversal

Scanning standby

Looping

Face scanning

Scanning standby

To next page

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Back scanning

Feed

Feed

Idle feed

Reversal

Delivery

Feed

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2.2.5 Idle feed/reversal pickup/delivery (Single-sided documents of different sizes adhering to different systems -> Single-sided print)
The flow of document handling is schematically shown below.
Document

Pickup

Looping

Idle feed

Feed

Feed

Feed

Re-pickup from reversal station

Reversal

To next page

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Looping

Scanning standby

Face scanning

Delivery

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2.3 Document Set Detection
2.3.1 Overview
This ADF detects whether a document is set or not in two ways, depending on the print mode. • Normal printing (other than printing of documents of different sizes adhering to different systems and long-document mode) • Printing of documents of different sizes adhering to different systems, long-document mode a. Normal printing (other than printing of documents of different sizes adhering to different systems and long-document mode) The following four document detection functions are operable during printing:

Function
Document presence/ absence detection Last document detection Initial document size detection • Feed direction

Contents

Sensor (Symbol)

• Width direction

Final document size detection • Feed direction

Detecting the presence or absence of a Document set sensor (PI10) document in the document pickup tray Detecting whether the document being End-of-document sensor (PI1) fed is the last document or not Document length sensors 1/2 (PI3/PI4) Detecting the length of a document set in the document pickup tray Small and large size identification LTRR and LGL identification Detecting the width of a document set Document width detection variin the document pickup tray able resistor (VR1) A4R/LTRR identification sensor (PI2) Detecting the length of a document in Read sensor (PI7) the feed path in the feed direction

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b. Printing of documents of different sizes adhering to different systems/Long-document mode The following three document detection functions are operable while printing documents of different sizes adhering to different systems: Function
Document presence/ absence detection Last document detection Document length detection

Contents
Detecting the presence or absence of a document in the document pickup tray Detecting whether the document being fed is the last document or not Detecting a document length from the feed distance between read sensor (PI7) ON and OFF Document width detection is also used to identify A5R and A4.

Sensor (Symbol)
Document set sensor(PI1) End-of-document sensor (PI1) Read sensor (PI7) Document width detection variable resistor (VR1)

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2.3.2 Detecting the presence or absence of a document in the document pickup tray
The document set sensor (PI10) detects the presence or absence of a document in the document pickup tray. When a document is paced in the document tray, the detection lever works in synchronization with the shading plate to uncover the photointerrupter. This allows the document set sensor (PI10) to generate a document detection signal (EMPS) for transmission to the ADF controller PCB, which turns on the Document Set LED on receiving the EMPS signal. F02-203-01

ADF controller PCB

Detection lever PI10

EMPS

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2.3.3 Detecting whether the document being fed is the last document or not
The end-of-document sensor (PI5) detects whether the document being picked up is the last document in the document tray or not. When the last document is picked up and the trailing sheet of the document passes the last document detection lever in the document tray, the detection lever works in synchronization with the shading plate to cover the photointerrupter. This allows the end-of-document sensor (PI5) to generate a last document detection signal (ENDS), notifying the host that the paper being picked up is the last document in the document tray.

ADF controller PCB

Detection lever Document

PI5

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2.3.4 Initial document size detection (feed direction)
Initial document size detection (feed direction) uses document length sensor 1 (PI3) and document length sensor 2 (PI4) to detect the size in the feed direction of a document set in the document tray. When a document is placed in the document tray, the detection levers in the two document length sensors work in synchronization with the shading plate to cover the photointerrupter. Document size information detected on the basis of the combination of the signals (LENG1S/LENG2S) from these two document length sensors is transmitted to the host. Document size information is detected on a real-time basis and transmitted to the hosts at 10 msec intervals. T02-203-03 summarizes the relationships among each document length sensor signal, the document width, and the results of document size detection.

ADF controller PCB LENG2S PI4 LENG1S PI3 Detection lever

Document

Detection lever

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2.3.5 Initial document size detection (width direction)
a. Overview Initial document size detection (width direction) is accomplished by the document width detection variable resistor (VR1) in the document tray. The document width detection variable resistor works in synchronization with the slide guide to vary its resistance in an analog form. The ADF controller receives changes in this resistance as a document size signal (VR) and replaces it with a size in the width direction. A dedicated A4R/LTRR identification sensor (PI2) in the document tray assures that document width detection variable resistor (VR1) is able to detect the widths of A4R (210 mm wide) and LTRR (216 mm wide) accurately. The A4R/LTRR identification sensor generates a 1 on the A4/LTRR identification on detecting a document width that is 197mm or more but less than 214mm.
ADF controller PCB

Slide guide (rear)

A4/LTRR

A4R/LTRR identification sensor

Gear Document width detection variable resistor Slide guide (front)

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T02-203-04 summarizes the relationships among each document length sensor signal, the document width, and the results of initial document size detection. *1: The ON area of the A4R/LTRR identification sensor is 197 mm or more but less than 214 mm. Document width w (mm) (Document width detection variable resistor)
148 w < 171

A4R/ LTRR*1 identification sen- Tray sensor sor 1
– OFF ON – OFF ON – OFF ON – OFF ON – OFF ON – OFF ON – OFF ON –

Tray sensor 2
OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF ON OFF – ON OFF – ON OFF – ON

Detected size AB sys- inch Mixed tem system
A5R A5R

172

w < 199

B6 B5R A5 A4R STMT LTRR LGL B5 B4 LTR 11" x 17" 11" x 17" A4 A3 A3

B6 B5R A5 A4R STMT LTRR LGL B5

200

w < 246

ON

OFF

247

w < 268

269

w < 288

B4

LTR 11" x 17" 11" x 17"

289

w < 297

A4 A3 A3

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b. Slide guide positioning tops The slide guide rail is grooved to allow the ADF to stop at given standard size positions. However, slide guide stop positions adjoining depending on the paper size may cause the ADF to stop at an incorrect position. This ADF provides two types of slide guide positioning tops to vary the slide guide stop position.

Slide guide Positioning top color and making
White/A and making (A/B system use) Black/L and making (Inch system use)

Slide guide stop position
Single-grooved side A4R LTRR Double-grooved side A4R LTRR A4R LTRR

T02-203-04

Slide guide positioning top (black)

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2.3.6 Final document size detection
Final document size detection is carried out on the basis of the document length calculated from the distance of the feed motor driven before a document passes the read sensor (PI7) and the value of initial document size detection calculated by the document width detection variable resistor (VR1). When a document passes the document detection lever at the read sensor (PI7), the detection lever works in synchronization with the shading plate to cover the photointerrupter. The length of the feed distance is detected by counting the clock pulses generated by the feed motor (M2) between the two instants of read sensor (PI7) ON and read sensor (PI7)OFF.

ADF controller PCB READS

Document

PI7

Detection lever

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The table below lists the standard sizes that the ADF recognizes from detected sizes. [Mixed loading of documents of different sizes adhering to the AB system] Standard size
B6 A5 B5 A5R A4 B5R A4R B4 A3

Document width w (mm)

Document length (mm)
1 140 141 1 < 165 166 1 < 196 197 1 < 234 197 1 < 234 235 1 < 277 278 1 < 331 332 1 < 392 393 1

W W

199 200

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STMT LTR LTRR LGL 11" x 17"

Document width w (mm)

Document length (mm)
1 178 179 1 < 248 249 1 < 318 319 1 < 394 395 1

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[Detecting standard sizes other than those in the mixed loading of different sizes of documents adhering to different systems]

Standard size Mixed loading AB system Inch system
A5R B5R B4 B6 B5R B4 STMT LTRR LGL A5 A4R B4 B5 B4 LTR 11" x 17" A4 A3 A5R B5R B4 B6 B5R B4 A5 A4R B4 A5 A4R B4 B5 B4 A4 A3 A4 A3 STMT LTRR LGL STMT LTRR LGL STMT LTRR LGL STMT LTRR 11" x 17" LTR 11" x 17" LTR 11" x 17" LTR 11" x 17"

Document width w (mm)
171 w

Document length (mm)
201 1 200 1 < 300 301 1 1 200 1 < 300 301 1 1 200 1 < 300 301 1 1 200 1 < 300 301 1 1 250 251 1 1 350 351 1 1 350 351 1

A4R/LTRR identification sensor (PI2)

172

w < 199 201

200

w <246 201

ON*1

201 247 269 w w < 268 w <288 289

OFF *1: The ON area of the A4R/LTRR identification sensor (PI3) is 197 mm or more but les t han214 mm of document width.

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2.4 Document Pickup/Separation
2.4.1 Basic pickup operation
Pressing the PRINT START key with a document set in the document tray causes the ADF to pick up the document in the following sequence: a. Pickup operation When the pickup motor (M2) reverses, the pickup roller assembly descends to rotate the pickup roller for feeding the document. The stopper ascends in synchronization with the pickup roller assembly. The separation plate and the separation pad prevent the document from feeding in duplicate as the document is fed.
M2 Pickup roller assembly Document M2 Pickup roller assembly Document

One-way clutch

One-way clutch

Stopper

Separation pad

Separation plate

F02-204-01 b. Looping The pickup motor (M2) reverses, pressing the paper against the registration roller halted by the idling one-way clutch to form a loop, thereby preventing the document from skewing.
Looping 1 Registration roller

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c. Feed The pickup motor (M2) and the feed motor (M1) forward to cause the pickup roller assembly to ascend, with the registration roller and the read roller feeding the document to the scanning standby position. When the document reaches the scanning standby position, the pickup motor (M2) and the feed motor (M1) stop.

M1

M2

Registration roller

Read roller

Scanning standby position

F02-204-03 d. Flow scanning When the leading sheet of a document arrives at the scanning standby position, the ADF transmits an image start signal to the host to start flow scanning, in which the document scanned as it is moved over a sheet of glass in a stationary optic system in the host by a platen roller. The scanned image is stored in the host’s memory.
M1 Platen roller

Document illuminating lamp Scanning glass

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2.4.2 Pickup station and stopper
The pickup station comprises a pickup roller and a separation roller. When the START key is pressed or a document pickup signal is entered, pickup motor (M2) reverses and the pickup station descends, allowing the pickup roller and the separation roller to turn to transfer the paper. The stopper ascends in synchronization with the pickup station. The separation plate and the separation pad prevent the document from feeding in duplicate during pickup. When the document is fed to reach the registration roller to form a loop, the pickup motor forwards and the pickup station ascends to transfer the document on the registration roller. The separation roller driving shaft that is driven by way of the spring one-way clutch is halted at the pickup station upper limit at this time, so that the built-in one-way clutch will rotate the separation roller through friction from the paper.

Stopper arm

Pickup roller

Gear M2

Stopper arm

Paper Feed roller Separation pad Separation plate

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2.4.3 Pickup timing chart
START key input Document pick signal ON
Pickup/feed Scanning

Document set

Document set sensor (PI10) Registration 1 paper sensor (PI6) Read sensor (PI7) Pickup clutch sensor (PI8)
Looping Scanning standby

Pickup motor (M2) Feed motor (M1) Image start signal : Motor reversing
Reversing Forwarding

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2.4.4 Pickup motor (M2)control
A control block diagram of the pickup motor (M2) is shown below. The pickup motor is a four-phase stepping motor. This circuit mainly implements the following kinds of control: • Motor ON/OFF control • Motor revolution direction control • Motor revolution speed control

+24V KMOT_A KMOT_A* IC1 CPU KMOT_B KMOT_B* KMOT_V-REF J8 IC8 motor driver M2A M2A* M2B M2B* 3 1 4 5 2 6 M2

ADF controller PCB

F02-204-07 The CPU (IC1) mounted on the ADF controller PCB receives print mode communications data (such as scale, operation mode, and timing) from the host as commands. It generates driving pulses to the pickup motor on the basis of these commands. As a stepping motor, the pickup motor has the direction and speed of its revolution controlled by varying the output order and frequencies of (M2A•M2A*•M2B•M2B*). Signal name
KMOT_A KMOT_A* KMOT_B KMOT_B* KMOT_V-REF

Function
Driving pulse A Driving pulse A (opposite phase) Driving pulse B Driving pulse B (opposite phase) Reference current value setting

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2.5 Reversing
2.5.1 Operation
The document reversal operation works in two modes: from the first side to the second side and from the second side to the first side. Since both modes are identical in terms of the document reversal process, the first to second side reversal operation is described below. a. First-side pickup The feed motor (M1) drives the read roller and the platen roller to rotate for scanning the first side of the document. When the scan is completed, the locking solenoid (SL1) turns on as the image start signal turns ON, with the delivery reversal roller being locked to deliver the document to the delivery station.
M1 M1

Delivery reversal roller

SL1

SL1

Platen roller Read roller

F02-205-01

b. Reversal/feed 1 When the trailing sheet of the document fed passes the delivery reversal sensor (PI8), the feed motor (M1) stops. Then, the feed motor (M1) starts reversing immediately to feed the document to the registration roller position and then stops, thereby turning off the locking solenoid (SL1) to unlock the delivery reversal roller.
M1 M1

SL1

Delivery reversal sensor

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c. Reversal/feed 2 The feed motor (M1) rotates to feed the document to the scanning standby position and then stops. The document has been reversed by now.
M1

M2

Registration roller

Read roller

Scanning standby position

F02-205-03

2.5.2 Operating sequences
START key input Document set Document pick signal ON
Pickup/feed Scanning Reversing

Document set sensor (PI10) Registration 1 paper sensor (PI6) Read sensor (PI7) Delivery reversal sensor (PI8) Pickup motor (M2) Feed motor (M1) Locking solenoid (SL1) Image start signal

Looping

Scanning standby Reversal standby Looping

Reversing Forwarding

: Motor reversing

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2.6 Document Feed/Delivery
2.6.1 Operation
When the flow scanning of a document is completed on the document table glass, it is delivered to the document delivery station in the following sequence of operations: a. Document feed The locking solenoid (SL1) turns on, and the delivery reversal roller, lower is locked with the delivery reversal roller, upper. As the document passes the scanning position through the rotation of the separation roller, it is fed by the delivery reversal roller.
M1

Delivery reversal roller

SL1

Scanning position

F02-206-01 b. Delivery to the document delivery station The document is delivered to the document delivery station by the delivery reversal roller rotating through the driving (forwarding) of the feed motor (M1).

M1

Delivery reversal roller

SL1

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2.6.2 Operating sequence

Document set

START key input Document pick signal ON
Pickup/feed Scanning Reversing

Document set sensor (PI10) Registration 1 paper sensor (PI6) Read sensor (PI7) Pickup clutch sensor (PI8) Looping Scanning standby Pickup motor (M2) Feed motor (M1) Locking solenoid (SL1) Image start signal : Motor reversing Reversing Forwarding

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2.6.3 Feed motor (M1) control
A control block diagram of the feed motor (M1) is shown below. The feed motor (M1) is a four-phase stepping motor. This circuit mainly implements the following kinds of control: • Motor ON/OFF control • Motor revolution direction control • Motor revolution speed control

+24V RMOT_A RMOT_A* RMOT_B RMOT_B* RMOT_V-REF M1B* J7 IC7 motor M1A* driver M1B M1A 3 1 4 5 2 6 M1

IC1 CPU

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F02-206-04 The CPU (IC1) mounted on the ADF controller PCB receives print mode communications data (such as scale, operation mode, and timing) from the host as commands. It generates driving pulses to the feed motor on the basis of these commands. As a stepping motor, the feed motor has the direction and speed of its revolution controlled by varying the output order and frequencies of (M1A • M1A* • M1B • M1B*). Signal name RMOT_A RMOT_A* RMOT_B RMOT_B* RMOT_V-REF Function Driving pulse A Driving pulse A (opposite phase) Driving pulse B Driving pulse B (opposite phase) Reference current value setting T02-206-01

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3. Jams
This ADF uses the sensors shown in F02-301-03 to detect document jams. The timing at which document jam checks are made is stored in ROM on the ADF controller PCB. The occurrence of a jammed document at a particular sensor is established on the basis of whether the document is located at that sensor. When the ADF encounters a jam, it transmits coded information about the jam to the host. This ADF displays jam codes in two ways: • Service mode screen on the host • LED indications on the ADF controller PCB Service mode screen on the host

Jam codes ; see Table T02-301-01 and later ‘1’ indicates a jam in the machine

F02-301-01 LED indications on the ADF controller PCB

LED2 LED1

LED4 LED3

PSW1 DSW1

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PI9 PI1 PI6 PI7 PI8 PI10 PI5

PI2

PI4 PI3

F02-301-03 The table below summarizes the jam codes, LED displays, jam types, associated sensors, and detection conditions. : OFF Jam code
00x1

: Flashing (at 160 msec intervals) Jam type Associated sensor Detection condition
A document has not been detected by the registration roller paper sensor (PI6) within 1.5 seconds after the start of separation. The trailing sheet of a document has not been detected after the paper has been fed for a predetermined period of time upon detection by the registration roller paper sensor (PI6). A document has not been detected by the read sensor (PI7) after the paper has been fed for a predetermined period of time upon detection by the registration roller paper sensor (PI6). The trailing sheet of a document has not been detected after the paper has been fed for a predetermined period of time upon detection by the read sensor (PI7). Paper has not been detected by the delivery reversal sensor (PI8) after the paper has been fed for a predetermined period of time upon detection by the read sensor (PI7).

LED display
1 2 3 4

00x2

1 2 3 4

Failure to PI6 reach registration roller pa per sensor Registration PI6 roller paper sensor stack Failure to reach read sensor PI6, PI7

00x3

1 2 3 4

00x4

1 2 3 4

Read sensor stack

PI7

00x5

1 2 3 4

PI7, PI8 Failure to reach delivery reversal sensor

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: OFF Jam code
00x6

: Flashing (at 160 msec intervals) Jam type
Delivery reversal sensor stack

LED display
1 2 3 4

Associated sensor
PI8

Detection condition
The trailing sheet of a document has not been detected after the paper has been fed for a predetermined period of time upon detection by the delivery reversal sensor (PI8). The ADF was opened during an operation (drive operation). The ADF was opened during an operation (drive outage). The ADF was opend during an operation (drive operation) The feeder cover was opened during an operation (drive outage).

00x7

1 2 3 4

ADF open

PI1

00x8

1 2 3 4

User ADF open ADF cover open User ADF cover open Initial stack

PI1

00x9

1 2 3 4

PI9

00xA

1 2 3 4

PI9

00xB

1 2 3 4

PI6,PI7,PI8 Paper was detected in the path while picking up the first sheet of a document. PI10 A pickup signal was received for 2 seconds without a document in the document pickup tray.

00xC

1 2 3 4

Pickup failure

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4. Power Supply
A block diagram of the power supply is shown below. This ADF receives two sources of 24V (24VP, 24VR) from the host. 24VR is converted to 5V by IC4 before it is made available for driving the sensors and the ADF controller PCB.

24VP Host Machine

J2 2 J1 6

24V

Motor Solenoid

24VR

DC Regulator IC4

5V

Sensor

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1. Basic Arrangement
1.1 Exterior Covers
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] Front cover Rear cover Feeder cover Document pickup tray Document delivery station Slide guide
[2] [6] [4]

[5] [3] [1]

F03-101-01 When cleaning, inspecting and repairing the interiors of the mechanism, detach the covers by following these steps:

1.1.1 Removing the ADF
1) Turn off the power to the host. 2) Disconnect communication cable [1] for this ADF from the host.

[1]

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3) Remove two stepped screws [1] and [2]. 4) Slide the ADF rearwards and then lift it off.

[1]

[2]

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1.1.2 Detaching the front cover
1) Opening feeder cover [1], remove screw [2].
[2] [1]

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2) Remove two screws [3] to detach front cover [4] as illustrated.

[4]

[3]

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1.1.3 Detaching the rear cover
1) Opening the feeder cover, then the document pickup tray, remove screw [1].
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2) Opening the feeder cover, remove two screws [2] to detach rear cover [3].

[2]

[3]

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1.1.4 Detaching the feeder cover
1) Detach the front cover. 2) Remove screw [1] and positioning pin [2] to detach feeder cover [3].
[3]

[1]

[2]

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1.1.5 Removing the feed roller guide
1) Open the ADF. 2) Remove two screws [1] to release feed roller guide [2].

[2] [1]

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2 Drive Mechanism
2.1 Pickup Motor
2.1.1 Releasing the pickup motor
1) Detach the rear cover. 2) Remove connector [1]. 3) Remove two adjustment plate mounting screws [2].
[2]

[1]

[2]

F03-201-01 4) Detach tension spring [3] by using tweezers or a similar tool and remove stepped screw [4] to release pickup motor [5]with the adjustment plate.
[4]

[3]

[5]

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2.1.2 Mounting the pickup motor
1) Mount the motor with the timing belt engaged with the motor pulley, and tighten screw [1]. 2) Attach tension spring [2] to the adjustment plate and the motor mounting plate.
[1]

[2]

F03-201-03 3) After securing the adjustment plate with two mounting screws [3], attach connector [4] to it.
[3]

[4]

[3]

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2.2 Feed Motor
2.2.1 Releasing the feed motor
1) Detach the rear cover. 2) Release harness guide from four claws [1] to remove connector [2].
[1]

[2]

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3) Detach tension spring [3].
[3]

F03-201-06 4) Remove two screws [4] and stepped screw [5] to release feed motor [6] together with adjustment plate [7].
[7] [4]

[5]

[6] [4]

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2.2.2 Mounting the feed motor
1) Mount feed motor [1] together with adjustment plate [2] and attach tension spring [3] and stepped screw [4]. Have the tension spring hooked to the adjustment plate to ease the work of attaching it at a later time.

[2] [4] [1]

[3]

F03-201-08 2) With feed motor [5] pressed against the left end, attach timing belt [6] to the pulley.

[6] [5]

F03-201-09 3) Secure the adjustment plate with two mounting screws [7].

[7]

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2.2.3 Disassembling the drive mechanism
When replacing the drive timing belt and pulley, disassemble the drive mechanism by following these steps: 1) Detach the rear cover, front cover, and feeder cover. 2) Release the pickup motor and feed motor. (See P.3-5 to 3-7.) 3) After removing four connectors [1], screw [2], and ground mounting screw [3], slide the harness guide slightly to left and then lift it.

[3]

[1] [2]

F03-201-11 4) Remove four screws [4] and screw [5] to release the left hinge assembly.
[4]

[5]

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5) Remove three screws [6] and two screws [7] to release motor mounting plate [8].

[7]

[8] [6]

F03-201-13 6) Detach motor drive timing belts [9] and [10].

[9] [10]

F03-201-14 7) Detach three E-rings [11] to release two pulley [12], one-way clutch [13], and timing belts [14], [15].
[12] [11] [15]

[12] [11] [14]

[13]

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8) Detach plastic E-ring [16] to release pulley [17] and timing belt [18]. The feed mechanism must be removed before pulley [19] can be detached.

[19] [16] [17] [18]

F03-201-16 Before attaching timing belt [18], loosen screw [21] on tension arm [22] and press the arm in the counterclockwise direction to attach the timing belt. When the timing belt has been attached, remember to clamp screw [21].
[22] [21]

[18]

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3. Feed System
3.1 Feeder Cover
3.1.1 Releasing the pickup roller assembly
1) Detach the feeder cover. (See P.3-4.) 2) Remove four screws [1] to detach inner cover [2] from the feeder cover.
[1] [1]

[2]

F03-301-01 3) Detach two plastic E-rings [3] and two bushings [4] to release pickup roller assembly [5].
[3] [4] [3] [4]

[5]

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3.1.2 Removing the pickup roller/separation roller
1) Remove the pickup roller. 2) Detach plastic E-ring [1] and stop lever [2] and pull out pickup roller support plate [3].

[3] [1]

[2]

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3) Remove pin [4] to release separation roller [5]. 4) Remove washer [6] and pickup roller [7]. Be careful not to lose pin [4] and washer [6] as they are detached at removal.
[7]

[4] [5]

[6]

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3.1.3 Mounting the pickup roller assembly
1) With left and right stopper arms [1] erected, mount the pickup roller assembly so as to have the stopper arms placed between separation roller shaft [2] and pickup roller shaft [3]. Ensure that the lever position of stop lever [4] will be positioned under stopper arm [1].
[4] [3] [1]

[2]

F03-301-05 2) Secure the pickup roller assembly by attaching two plastic E-rings [5] and two bushing [6]. 3) Replace the feeder cover inner cover in original position and secures it with four screws.
[5] [6] [5] [6]

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3.1.4 Releasing the registration roller, upper
1) Detach the feeder cover. 2) Remove four screws [1] to detach inner cover [2] from the feeder cover.

[1] [1]

[2]

F03-301-07 3) With shaft [3] pulled out in the illustrated direction, release registration roller, upper [4].

[3]

[4]

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3.2 Feed System
3.2.1 Removing the separation plate/separation pad
1) Open the feed cover. 2) Remove two screws [1] to release separation plate [2] and separation pad [3].
[1]

[3]

[2]

F03-302-01 3) Slide separation pad [3] out of position as illustrated.
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3.2.2 Removing the feed station
When detaching the feed mechanism components (separation roller, registration roller, lower, read roller, read roller, platen roller, delivery reversal roller, etc.), release the feed station as a whole by following these steps: 1) Detach the front cover, rear cover, and feeder cover. 2) Disassemble the drive mechanism. 3) Remove two screws [1] from the front cover to release locking support [2] and connector [3].
[1] [3]

F03gv-302-03 4) Remove screw [4] to pull out bushing [5] and then release document pickup tray [6].

[2]

[6]

[4]

[5]

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5) Remove two screws [7] to release feed station [8].

[7]

[8]

F03-302-05

3.2.3 Removing the delivery reversal roller, upper
1) Remove the feed station. (See P.3-16.) 2) Reverse the feed station and pull out pulley [1] and bushing [2].
[2]

[1]

F03-302-06 3) Detach plastic E-ring [3] to release bushing [4]. 4) Remove reversal delivery roller, upper [5] and separation guide [6].

[4]

[3]

[5] [6]

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3.2.4 Removing read roller 2
1) Remove the feed station. (See P.3-16.) 2) Remove screw [1] to release platen guide R [2].
[1] [2]

F03-302-08 3) Detach plastic E-ring [3] to release pulley [4] and bearing [5].
[3]

[4] [5]

F03-302-09 4) Detach gear [6] and bushing [7] to remove gear [6], widen its claw. 5) Lifting read roller 2[8] along the clearance in the shaft hole as illustrated, slide it out of position.
[8]

[7] [6]

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3.2.5 Removing the platen roller
1) Remove the feed station. (See P.3-16.) 2) Remove two screws [1].

[1]

[2]

F03-302-11 3) Remove platen guide L[2].

Platen guide L [2], if detached, would require gap adjustment with the platen roller upon reassembly. Mark the notched part of platen guide L before removal to have this mark aligned with the notch at reassembly to save the adjustment effort.

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4) Detach plastic E-ring [5] to release pulley [6], timing belt [7], and bushing [8]. 5) Detach plastic E-ring [9] to release bushing [10].

[6] [5]

[8] [7] [10] [9]

F03-302-13 6) Detach platen roller [11] illustrated.
[11]

F03-302-14

3.2.6 Removing read roller 1
1) Remove the feed station. (See P.3-16.) 2) Detach platen guide L. (Removing the platen roller; see P.3-19.) 3) Detach plastic E-ring [1] to release pulley [2], timing belt [3], and bushing [4].

[1] [2]

[3]

[4]

F03-302-15 4) Detach plastic E-ring [5] to release pulley [6] and bearing [7].
[7] [6]

[5]

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5) Detach two plastic E-rings [8] to release read roller 1 [9] as illustrated. Be careful not to lose arm spring [11] as platen roller [10] is detached together with the arm when read roller1 [9] is detached. .

[11]

[10]

[11]

[8] [9] [8]

F03-302-17

3.2.7 Removing the registration roller, lower
1) Remove the feed station. (See P.3-16.) 2) Remove reversal delivery roller, upper, read roller 2, and read roller 1. 3) Remove two screws [1] to release sensor assembly [2].

[1]

[2]

F03-302-18 4) Remove E-ring [3], plastic E-ring [4], and bushing [5] , three screws [6] to release metallic frame [7].

[7]

[5] [6] [6] [4] [3]

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5) Detach plastic E-ring [8] and bushing [9] to release registration roller, lower [10].

[10] [9]

[8]

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3.2.8 Adjusting platen guide L
Platen guide L, if detached, would require gap adjustment with the platen roller upon reassembly. 1) Opening the ADF, loosen two platen guide mounting screws [1].
[1]

F03-302-21 2) Platen roller [2]‚ and Platen guide with a gauge (dedicated too: 1.4 mm gap) [4] inserted in the clearance between platen roller [2] and platen guide L [3] by about 2 mm, tighten two screws [1] with platen guide L [3] pressed against the gauge.
[1]

[2]

[3] [4]

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3.2.9 Removing the delivery reversal roller, lower
To replace only roller element [1] of the reversal delivery roller, lower, open the document pickup tray and lift the roller element to remove. If it is necessary to pull out the reversal delivery roller, lower as a whole, disassemble it by following these steps: 1) Remove the feed station. (See P.3-16.) 2) Detach plastic E-ring [2]. 3) Remove blank plate (crimp plate)[3]. Blank plate (crimp plate) is bonded to the frame by doublesided sponge tape (at eight points). If blank plate (crimp plate) has been removed, reattach it to the frame by using new doublesided sponge tape. F03-302-23
[1] [2]

4) Pull out bushing [3] by pulling its claw and release reversal delivery roller, lower [4].

[4]

[3]

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3.2.10 Detaching read roller 2 roller
1) Remove blank plate (crimp plate)[1]. Blank plate (crimp plate) is bonded to the frame by doublesided sponge tape (at eight points). If blank plate (crimp plate) [1] has been removed, reattach it to the frame by using new doublesided sponge tape.

2) Remove two screws [1] to release read rollers 2 roller.
[2]

[1]

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3.2.11Replacing the separation guide sheet
1) Open the feeder cover, then the separation guide. 2) Remove separation guide sheet [1] and clean the attachment area and its surrounding areas with a lens cleaning wiper or similar material saturated with alcohol. 3) Attach new separation guide sheet [2] as shown at right. Press the new separation guide sheet pressed against the stopper both vertically and horizontally to attach.

[1]

[2]

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4. Electrical
4.1 ADF Controller PCB
4.1.1 Removing the ADF controller PCB
1) Detach the rear cover. 2) Pull out all ADF controller PCB connectors. 3) Remove screw [1] to release the ADF controller PCB.

[1]

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4.2 Feed Station Sensors
4.2.1 Removing the sensor assembly
1) Remove the feed station. 2) Remove the reversal delivery roller, upper, read roller 2, and read roller 1. 3) Remove two screws [1] to release sensor assembly [2].
[1]

[2]

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4.2.2 Removing sensors
1) Remove connectors [1], [2], [3]. 2) Remove registration roller paper sensor [4], read sensor [5], and post-separation sensor [6].
[1] [2] [3]

[6] [5] [4]

F03-402-02

4.3 Document Pickup Tray Sensors
4.3.1 Removing the document width detection variable resistor
1) Detach the front cover. 2) Raise the document pickup tray. 3) Remove three screws [1] to detach cover [2].
[2] [1]

[1]

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4) Remove two connectors [3] to release harness [4] from the harness guide. 5) Remove two screws [5] to release document width detection variable resistor [6].
[4] [6] [3]

[5]

F03-403-02

4.3.2 Installing the document width detection variable resistor
1) Widen side guide [1] fully. 2) Turn gear [2] fully counterclockwise as viewed from the gear to locate it where arrow marks [3] meet.
[1]

[3] [1]

[3]

[2]

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4.4 Other Sensors and Solenoids
4.4.1 Removing the ADF open/closed sensor switch
1) Detach the rear cover. 2) Remove connector [1]. 3) Remove ADF open/closed sensor [2].

[1]

[2]

F03-404-01

4.4.2 Removing the cover open/closed sensor
1) Detach the rear cover. 2) Remove connector [1]. 3) Remove cover open/closed sensor [2].

[1]

[2]

F03-404-02

4.4.3 Removing the document set sensor
1) Detach the rear cover. 2) Remove screw [1]. 3) Remove document set sensor [2] together with the bracket and then remove connector [3].

[1]

[3]

[2]

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4.4.4 Removing the locking solenoid
1) Detach the rear cover. 2) Remove the ADF controller circuit board. 3) Remove two screws [1] and screw [2] to release locking solenoid [3].
[2] [3]

[4]

[1]

F03-404-04 When installing the locking solenoid, have plunger [5] assembled into link [6] before mounting locking solenoid [4] on the bracket.

[6] [5]

[4]

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1 Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement
This ADF does not involve parts that require periodic replacement.

2 Expendable Parts Durability Table
The table below lists the average life expectancies (number of sheets picked up) for those parts that may have to be replaced at least once because of degradation or breakage during the product warranty period but that may be safely replaced when the need arises. Pickup sheet counts for this ADF can be checked by setting the host in service mode. As of March 2001 No. Description
1 Pickup roller

Part No. Quantity (pieces)
FB5-9446 1

Durability guideline
80,000 sheets

Remarks
Usage sheet counts for these parts can be checked by setting the host in service mode. COPIER>COUNTER>DRBL2> DF-PU-RL: Pickup roller DF-FD-RL: Separation roller DF-SP-PD: Separation pad (Dust-collecting tape)

2

Separation roller

FB5-9445

1

80,000 sheets

3 4

Separation pad Feed roller guide

FF6-1291 FF6-1273

1 1

80,000 sheets 80,000 sheets

T04-201-01 These values are estimates and are subject to change to reflect empirical information as it becomes available.

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3 Periodic Service List
Do not use any solvents and greases other than those specified by us. Clean the roller, scraper, etc. because paper chads, dust and other foreign matter adhering to these parts may cause black streaks to appear in the printed image. : Cleaning Illustration No. Description
Document table glass Document table glass retainer Blank plate (crimp plate)

: Replacement

× : Oiling

: Adjustment Remarks
Reader station part

: Inspection

Periodic services 40,000 sheets 80,000 sheets

1

Pickup sheet counts for this ADF can be checked by setting the host in service mode. COPIER > COUNTER > FEEDER > FEED

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

Platen roller Registration roller, upper Registration roller, lower Read roller 2 Read roller 1 Read roller 1 roller Read roller 2 roller Delivery reversal roller, upper Delivery reversal roller, lower Pickup roller Separation pad Separation roller Separation plate Document pickup tray Separation guide (including sheet) Open/close frame and open/close guide Feed frame (including sheet) Platen guide L Platen guide R Reversal flapper Document delivery station Feed roller guide (Dust-collecting tape) Registration roller sheet DADF height

120,000 sheets

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A layout of the parts requiring periodic servicing is shown below.
[17] [18] [4] [3] [13][12] [14] [11] [15]

[7] [6] [2] [5] [8]

[10] [9]

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[16]

[1] [22]

[25]

[23]

[24]

[20]

[21]

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4. Cleaning
4.1 Reader Station Parts
4.1.1 Document table glass
1) Wipe the document table glasses [1] on the reader station with a cloth saturated with water, then wrung tight or with alcohol, then wipe dry.
[1]

4.1.2 document table glass retainer
1) Wipe the document table glass retainer [2] on the reader station with a cloth saturated with water, then wrung tight or with alcohol, then wipe dry.

[2]

F04-401-01

4.2 ADF Parts
4.2.1 Platen guide
1) Wipe platen roller [1] with a cloth saturated with water, then wrung tight or with alcohol, then wipe dry.
[2]

4.2.2 Blank plate (crimp plate)
1) Wipe blank plate [2] with a cloth saturated with water, then wrung tight or with alcohol, then wipe dry.

[1]

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4.3 rollers and Guides
4.3.1 Blank paper feed cleaning
To clean internal ADF rollers (read roller 1, read roller 2), feed blank paper with the host set in service mode upon each passage of 80,000 sheets. 1) Set 10 A4-sized sheets of blank paper in the document pickup tray. 2) Detach the rear cover. 3) Set the DIP switch (DSW1) on the ADF controller PCB as illustrated and press the push switch (PSW1), and the ADF will deliver all blank sheets from the document pickup tray before it comes to a halt. 4) Repeat the above sequence five times.

LED2 LED1

LED4 LED3

PSW1 DSW1

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4.3.2 Document pickup tray
1) Clean document pickup tray [1] with a lens cleaning wiper or similar material saturated with alcohol.

[1]

F04-403-02

4.3.3 Pickup roller, separation roller
1) Open the feeder cover. 2) Clean pickup roller [1] and separation roller [2] with a lens cleaning wiper or similar material saturated with alcohol. 3) Clean the back of the feeder cover and the paper passage area around the separation roller likewise.
[1] [2]

F04-403-03

4.3.4 Separation pad, separation plate
1) Open the feeder cover. 2) Clean separation pad [1] and separation plate [2] with a lens cleaning wiper or similar material saturated with alcohol.

[1]

[2]

F04-403-04

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4.3.5 Registration roller, upper, registration roller, lower, separation guide
1) Open the feeder cover and the separation guide. 2) Clean registration roller, upper [1] and registration roller, lower [2] with a lens cleaning wiper or similar material saturated with alcohol. 3) Clean the paper passage areas on the top and bottom of the C guide, and Mylar sheet [3].
[2] [3]

[1]

F04-403-05

4.3.6 Delivery reversal roller, upper, delivery reversal roller, lower
1) Detach the front cover. 2) Open the document pickup tray. 3) While turning delivery reversal roller, upper [1] and delivery reversal roller, lower [2] with the knob, clean them with a lens cleaning wiper or similar material saturated with alcohol. 4) When the cleaning is completed, reattach the front cover.

[1]

[2]

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4.3.7 Reversal flapper
1) Open the feeder cover and the separation guide.

F04-403-07 2) Clean the paper passage areas on the reversal flapper with a lens cleaning wiper or similar material saturated with alcohol.

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5 Replacement
5.1 Replacing the Feed Roller Guide (Dust-collecting type)
1) Open the ADF. 2) Remove two screws [1] to detach feed roller guide [2].

[2] [1]

F04-501-01 3) Mount the new feed roller guide.

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5.2 Replacing the Stamp
1) Open the feeder cover and the separation guide. 2) Remove the stamp by using the tweezers. 3) Attach the new stamp by using the tweezers. Mount the stamp facing up. To be reprinted from the Installation Instructions

F04-502-01 Be sure to push the stamp into firm position, because an elevated stamp is prone to jams.

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6 Adjustment
6.1 Adjusting the Height
1) Check to make sure that the copyboard end on the pickup side is in firm contact with the copyboard grass at both front and rear when the DADF is closed.

F04-601-01 2) If one side is not in contact, turn the adjusting screw [1] to adjust the height of the left hinge. * If the front is not in contact, tighten the adjusting screw. * If the rear is not in contact, loosen the adjusting screw.
[1]

F04-601-02

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1 Specifications and Adjustments
1.1 Basic Adjustments
To make basic adjustments with the ADF, carry out these items in sequence: [1] Height adjustment [2] Squareness adjustment [3] Scanning position adjustment*1 [4] Horizontal registration adjustment*2 [5] Scale adjustment*2 [6] Trailing registration adjustment*2 *1: *2: Adjustment from the host set in service mode Two modes of adjustment are available: adjusting from the ADF and adjusting from the host set in service mode.

1.1.1 Height adjustment
1) Check to see if the pickup side document table stopper comes into contact with document scanning glass [2] both on its front and back when the DADF is closed.

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[If out of tolerances] 1) If elevated on one side, turn height adjustment screw [1] in the upper part of the left hinge for adjustment.

[1]

If elevated on the front -> Tighten the adjustment screw. If elevated in the rear -> Loosen the adjustment screw. F05-101-02

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1.1.2 Squareness adjustment
Verify the squareness of the optic system of the host and the document feed direction of this ADF, and adjust it as needed. 1) Create a test chart shown at right using an A4 or LTR sheet of paper.

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10mm
Square

10mm

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A

2) Set the test chart created in the document tray and print it in equal size. 3) Superimpose the image produced in Step 2) with the test chart to verify its squareness. A≤ _ 1mm B≤ _ 1mm Make this squareness check on a line of the leading part of scanning.

Feed direction
Another sheet

Paper produced in Step 2
B

Feed direction
Another sheet

Paper produced in Step 2

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[If out of tolerances] 1) Loose two knurled screws [1] in the front part of the right hinge unit. 2) Move the right hinge unit back and forth for adjustment. 3) When the adjustment is completed, tighten two knurled screws [1] to secure the right hinge unit in position. Figure 3B-1

F05-101-05 4) Print the test chart again to make sure that the image falls within tolerances of the specifications.

1.1.3 Scanning position adjustment
This adjustment adjusts the flow-scanning position on the host in relation to the scanning position on the ADF. First, perform automatic adjustment Perform automatic adjustment first, and if it fails, try manual adjustment. a. Automatic adjustment 1) Turn on the power to the host to invoke service mode. 2) Press , 2 and 8 concurrently, and then to invoke service mode. 3) Starting from the service mode screen, touch the following screens in this order: COPIER > FUNCTION > INSTALL > STRD-POS

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4) Touch OK. Touch OK, and the optic system starts scanning. Automatic adjustment is completed in about 30 seconds, with “OK” appearing on the display. If the automatic adjustment fails, clean the DADF platen roller and the document glass surface of the host and retry the automatic adjustment. If it still fails, try the following manual adjustment procedure: b. Manual adjustment 1) Turn on the power to the host to invoke service mode. , 2 and 8 concurrently, and 2) Press then to invoke service mode. 3) Starting from the service mode screen, touch the following screens in this order: COPIER > ADJUST > AD-XY > STRTPOS The default adjustment value is 30. 4) Find out the optimal value by trying various possible values to verify the resultant images.

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1.1.4 Horizontal registration adjustment
This adjustment corrects drifts in horizontal registration between a document and a copy sheet. Two modes of adjustment available are: • Adjusting from the host set in service mode • Adjusting the side regulating plate position of the ADF pickup tray 1) Create a test chart shown at right using an A4 or LTR sheet of paper.

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Paper produced in Step 2 Feed direction
A

Test chart Paper produced in Step 2 Feed B direction

Test chart

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[If out of tolerances] a. Adjusting from the host set in service mode 1) Turn on the power to the host to invoke service mode. 2) Press , 2 and 8 concurrently, and to invoke service mode. then 3) Starting from the service mode screen, touch the following screens in this order: COPIER>ADJUST>ADJUST>ADJ-X 4) Find out the optimal value by trying various possible values. Adjustment value unit 1=0.1mm • The image is shifted forward. -> Increase the value • The image is shifted backward. -> Reduce the value 5) Print the test chart again to make sure that the image falls within tolerances of the specifications.

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b. Adjusting the side regulating plate position of the ADF pickup tray 1) Remove three mounting screws [1] to detach cover [2].
[2] [1]

[1]

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[6]

[5]

[3]

[4]

A>1mm : Move variable resistor assembly [6] forward. B>1mm : Move variable resistor assembly [6] backward. F05-101-09

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1.1.5 Scale adjustment
This adjustment adjusts the feed speed for a document to regulate the image feed direction. Two modes of adjustment available are: • Adjusting from the host set in service mode • Adjusting from the ADF controller PCB Adjustment would be easier to carry out from the host set in service mode.
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Memo

1) Create a test chart shown at right using an A4 or LTR sheet of paper.

Square

F05-101-10 2) Set the test chart created in the document tray and print it in equal size. 3) Check to see if size A in the test chart and size B in the image produced in Step 2) comply with the following tolerances: A≤ _ 1mm B≤ _ 1mm

Test chart Feed direction
A

Paper produced in Step 2 Test chart Feed direction
B

Paper produced in Step 2

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[If out of tolerances] a. Adjusting from the host set in service mode 1) Press , 2 and 8 concurrently, and to invoke service mode. then 2) Starting from the service mode screen, touch the following screens in this order: FEEDER>ADJUST>LA-SPEED 3) Find out the optimal value by trying various possible values. Adjustment value unit 1=0.1% • Short image -> Reduce the value (for slower document scanning) • Long image -> Increase the value (for faster document scanning) 4) Print the test chart again to make sure that the image falls within tolerances of the specifications.

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b. Adjusting from the ADF controller PCB 1) Detach the rear cover. 2) Set the DIP switch (DSW1) on the ADF controller PCB as illustrated and press the push switch (PSW1) to let the ADF into scanning speed adjustment mode. Set 1 for the first side, 2 for the second side.

LED2 LED1

LED4 LED3

PSW1 DSW1

1. first side

2. second side

F05-101-12 When Scanning speed adjustment mode sets in, ADF controller PCB LED2 will display the current setting. A setting is displayed in the order of the sign, tens place, and ones place, depending on the mix of the LED2 flashing speed and the flashing count. 1. LED2 lit for 2 seconds: Start of display 2. LED2 off for 1 second 3. Quick display of the sign of the setting (at 0.1 second intervals) LED2 flashes twice to indicate positive (+), or once to indicate negative (-). 4. Flashing slowly the number of times specified by the tens place (at 0.8 second intervals) 5. Flashing slowly the number of times specified by the ones place (at 0.2 second intervals)

: On

: Flashing

: Off
1 2 3 4

1. LED2 on for 2 seconds 2. LED2 off for 1 second 3. Sign of the setting Flashing once denotes (-) (at 0.1 second intervals). 4. Tens place of the setting Flashing twice indicates 2 (at 0.8 second intervals). 5. Ones place of the setting Flashing six times indicates 6 (at 0.2 second intervals).

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

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3) Enter a document feed speed setting using the ADF controller PCB DIP switch (DSW1). Enter a setting in binary. Bit 1 designates a positive (+) value when OFF, a negative (-) value when ON. • The adjustment range is ±30. • +1 speeds up the scanning speed by 0.1%. 4) Press the push switch (PSW1) to update the setting as it is displayed by the LED indicator. 5) Print the test chart again to make sure that the image falls within tolerances of the specifications. 6) When the adjustment is completed, set all ADF controller PCB DIP switch (DSW1)bits to OFF.

: Switch OFF

: Switch ON

Bit number Bit number Setting Setting 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 +1 +2 +3 +4 +5 +6 +7 +8 +9 +10 +11 +12 +13 +14 +15 +16 +17 +18 +19 +20 +21 +22 +23 +24 +25 +26 +27 +28 +29 +30 -1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -7 -8 -9 -10 -11 -12 -13 -14 -15 -16 -17 -18 -19 -20 -21 -22 -23 -24 -25 -26 -27 -28 -29 -30

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1.1.6 Trailing registration adjustment
This adjustment corrects drifts in the image feed direction. Two modes of adjustment available are: • Adjusting from the host set in service mode • Adjusting from the ADF controller PCB Adjustment would be easier to carry out from the host set in service mode.

Memo

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1) Create a test chart shown at right using an A4 or LTR sheet of paper.

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Square

10mm

F05-101-15 2) Set the test chart created in the document tray and print it in equal size. 3) Check to see if size A in the test chart and size B in the image produced in Step 2) comply with the following tolerances: A≤ _ 1mm B≤ _ 1mm
Test chart
A

Feed direction

Paper produced in Step 2 Test chart
B

Feed direction

Paper produced in Step 2

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[If out of tolerances] a. Adjusting from the host set in service mode 1) Turn on the power to the host to invoke service mode. 2) Press , 2 and 8 concurrently, and to invoke service mode. then 3) Starting from the service mode screen, touch the following screens in this order: FEEDER>ADJUST>DOCST 4) Find out the optimal value by trying various possible values. Integer unit 1=0.5mm • The image appears shifted to left -> Increase the value. • The image appears shifted to right -> Reduce the value. 5) Print the test chart once again to see if the resultant image conforms to the specifications.

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b. Adjusting from the ADF controller PCB 1) Detach the rear cover. 2) Set the DIP switch (DSW1) on the ADF controller PCB as illustrated and press the push switch (PSW1) to let the ADF into trailing registration adjustment mode.

LED2 LED1

LED4 LED3

PSW1 DSW1

F05-101-17 When trailing registration adjustment mode sets in, ADF controller PCB LED2 will display the current setting. A setting is displayed in the order of the sign, tens place, and ones place, depending on the mix of the LED2 flashing speed and the flashing count. 1. LED2 lit for 2 seconds: Start of display 2. LED2 off for 1 second 3. Quick display of the sign of the setting (at 0.1 second intervals) LED2 flashes twice to indicate positive (+), or once to indicate negative (-). 4. Flashing slowly the number of times specified by the tens place (at 0.8 second intervals) 5. Flashing slowly the number of times specified by the ones place (at 0.2 second intervals)

: On

: Flashing

: Off
1 2 3 4

1. LED2 on for 2 seconds 2. LED2 off for 1 second 3. Sign of the setting Flashing once denotes (-) (at 0.1 second intervals). 4. Tens place of the setting No display

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

5. Ones place of the setting Flashing five times indicates five (at 0.2 second intervals).

1 2 3 4

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3) Enter a trailing end registration setting with ADF controller PCB DIP switch (DSW1). Enter a setting in binary. Bit 1 designates a positive (+) value when OFF, a negative (-) value when ON. • Adjustment range: ±10 • +1 slows the image start signal output timing by 0.5mm.

: Switch OFF

: Switch ON

Bit number Bit number Setting Setting 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 +1 +2 +3 +4 +5 +6 +7 +8 +9 +10 -1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -7 -8 -9 -10

T05-101-02 4) Press the push switch (PSW1) to update the setting as it is displayed by the LED indicator. 5) Print the test chart again to make sure that the image falls within tolerances of the specifications. 6) When the adjustment is completed, set all ADF controller PCB DIP switch (DSW1)bits to OFF.

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1.2 Making Adjustments Following Replacement of Key Parts
1.2.1 Overview
Key part
• ADF controller PCB

Action

Reference page

[1] Scanning speed adjustment P.5-11 [2] Leading registration adjustment P.5-16 [3] Tray width detection variable resis- P.5-23 tor adjustment [1] Tray width detection variable resis- P.5-23 tor adjustment

• Document width detection variable resistor (VR)

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1.2.2 Tray width detection variable resistor adjustment mode
Perform this adjustment when the following parts have been replaced: • ADF controller PCB • Document width detection variable resistor [Operating procedure] 1) Detach the rear cover. 2) Set the DIP switch (DSW1) on the ADF controller PCB as illustrated and press the push switch (PSW1) to let the ADF into tray width detection variable resistor adjustment mode. Perform 1 for the AB system, 2 for the inch system, or either 1 or 2 for the AB/ inch system.

LED2 LED1

LED4 LED3

PSW1 DSW1

1. AB system

2. INCH system

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3) The start of tray width detection variable resistor adjustment mode is signified by LED2 flashing slowly for the AB system or by LED4 flashing slowly for the inch system. 4) Set the following kinds of paper in the document pickup tray, adjust the slide, and press push switch (PSW1). • AB system: A3 or A4 • Inch system: 11X17 or LTR Pressing push switch (PSW1) will cause LED2 to flash fast for AB system or LED4 to flash fast for the inch system. 5) Set the following kinds of paper in the document pickup tray, adjust the slide, and press the push switch (PSW1). • AB system: A5R • Inch system: LTRR or STMT 7) When the writing of the adjustment value ends, the LED goes off, and the tray width detection variable resistor adjustment mode exits. 8) When the adjustment is completed, set all ADF controller PCB DIP switch (DSW1) bits to OFF.

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2. Troubleshooting
2.1 Corrective Actions by Fault
2.1.1 E420 lit
ADF controller PCB 1) Replace the ADF controller PCB.

2.1.2 E421 lit
ADF controller PCB 1) Replace the ADF controller PCB.

2.1.3 E422 lit
Communication cable 1) Is the communication cable between the host and the ADF connected properly? NO: Correct the cable connection. Connector connection 2) Is ADF controller PCB connector (J1) connected properly? NO: Correct the cable connection. Cable, ADF controller PCB 3) Is the cable leading from ADF controller PCB connector (J1) to communication cable connected properly? NO: Correct the cable connection. YES: Replace the ADF controller PCB.

2.1.4 Black streaks appearing in a printed image in the sub scanning direction
Foreign matter on the scanning glass 1) Clean according to the suggested cleaning items. (See P.4-4.)

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3. Electrical Parts Layout
3.1 Sensors

PI9 PI1 PI6 PI7 PI8 PI10 PI5

PI2

PI4 PI3

3P connector

F05-301-01 Symbol name
Photointerrupter

Symbol
PI1 PI2 PI3 PI4 PI5 PI6 PI7 PI8 PI9 PI10

Function
ADF open/closed sensor A4R/LTRR identification sensor Tray sensor 1 Tray sensor 2 End-of-document sensor Registration roller paper sensor Read sensor Delivery reversal sensor Cover open/closed sensor Document set sensor Document presence/absence indicator

Document Set LED LED

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3.2 Motors, clutches, solenoids, PCB, etc.

M1 M2

PCB1

PCB2 VR1

SL1

SL2

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Symbol
Motor M Solenoid

name

Symbol
M1 M2 SL1 SL2

Function
Feed motor Pickup motor Locking solenoid Stamp solenoid

SL
ADF controller PCB Junction PCB PCB1 PCB2 ADF control Document pickup tray sensor relaying Document width detection

Variable resistor

VR1

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4 LEDs, Check Pins, and Switches by PCB
Among the LEDs, check pins, and switches that are mounted on this ADF, only those that are required for surviving it in the field are mentioned below. Check pins that are not mentioned on the list are intended for factory use only. Special tooling and instrumentation are required to make adjustments and checks using these check pins. These pins require critical accuracy and must not be touched in the field.

4.1 ADF Controller PCB
Some LEDs illuminate slightly even when off, because they carry leak current under normal conditions of operation. These LEDs should not be recognized as signifying faults.

4.1.1 Component layout

11 J3

7

4 J6 1 3 J5 1 6 J4 1 1 J9

LED2 LED4 LED1 LED3

PSW1 DSW1

1

J8 11

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4.1.2 DIP switch function list
The functions of the ADF controller PCB DIP switch (DSW1) are summarized below.

T05-401-01 Function
Normal operation

DIP switch setting

Contents
Normal operating state

Adjustment

Tray width detection variable resistor adjustment (AB system)(See P.5-17.)

Tray width detection variable resistor adjustment (inch system)(See P.5-17.)

Scale adjustment (first side)(See P.5-11.)

Scale adjustment (second side)(See P.5-11.)

Trailing registration adjustment (See P.5-13.)

Registration cleaning (See P.4-5.)

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Function
Operational verification

DIP switch setting

Contents
High-speed operation Press the push switch (PSW1) to let the ADF perform a pickup operation continuously. Single-sided operation

Double-sided operation

No stamp

Stamp

Durability mode Press the push switch (PSW1) to let the ADF run continuously. Run the ADF without paper loaded, since a timing has not been detected. 33 ipm equivalent (Start => Stop) 25 ipm equivalent (Start => Stop)

Feed motor operation test Press the push switch (PSW1) to let the ADF run continuously. Run the ADF without paper loaded, since a timing has not been detected. Forwarding (70=>140=>280=>0) Reversing (70=>140=>280=>0)

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Function
Operational verification

DIP switch setting

Contents
Pickup motor operation test Press the push switch (PSW1) to let the ADF run continuously. Run the ADF without paper loaded, since a timing has not been detected. Forwarding (70=>140=>280=>0)

Reversing (70=>140=>280=>0) Solenoid actuation test There are two modes of operation available: ON/OFF mode, in which the solenoid turns on and off alternately each time the push switch (PSW1) is pressed, and continuous mode, in which the solenoid turns on only while PSW1 is pressed. Locking solenoid (ON/OFF) Stamp solenoid (ON/ OFF)

Locking solenoid (continuous) Stamp solenoid (continuous)

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4.2 Junction PCB

1

7

J101

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4.3 Document Set LED PCB
3 J201

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5. Self-Testing
5.1. Overview
This ADF supports a self-testing capability, which is implemented by the CPU mounted on the ADF controller PCB. It carries on testing constantly and, when errors are established, flashes the Document Set to alert the user to them and transmitting the corresponding error codes to the host. Three kinds of information may be transmitted as described below. These are identified by the Document Set LED and ADF controller PCB LEDs.

Description
Alarm Jam Error

Document Set LED flashing state
Flashing at 240 msec intervals Flashing at 160 msec intervals Flashing at 80 msec intervals

ADF controller PCB LED display state

T05-501-01 When alarms or jams occur, their codes can be viewed by setting the host in service mode. When errors occur, the corresponding error codes are displayed on the host screen.

Jam codes; see table T02-301-01 and later ‘1’ indicates a jam in the machine

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5.2 Alarms
Alarm codes are displayed on the display screen on the host set in service mode. Display Error symptom Host operation code
03xx The separation of the first sheet of a document failed (read sensor delay jam, or document registration roller paper sensor delay jam). No document is available in the tray to complete the transfer of the number of sheets to be recovered during a jam recovery operation. The read sensor turned OFF after the leading sheet of the document had been fed to the scanning position.

Host operation

Reset
Remove the document, then set it in position again.

Stops running and Stop flashes the Document Set LED.

11xx

Stops running and Stop flashes the Document Set LED.

Set the document again in original condition.

13xx

Stops running and Stop flashes the Document Set LED.

Remove the document, then set it in position again

T05-502-01

5.3 Jams
For definitions of jams, see Section 3, “Jams,” in Chapter 2 (P.2-37).

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5.4 Errors
Error indications can be viewed on the display screen on the host. The table below lists the codes that may be displayed on the host screen, along with their definitions.

E420
Main causes • ADF controller PCB fault • EEPROM error How to detect • Backup data could not be read or backup data read was found in error when the power to the to the host was turned on.

E421
Main causes • ADF controller PCB fault • EEPROM error How to detect • Backup data could not be written to EEPROM.

E421
Main causes • ADF controller PCB fault • EEPROM error How to detect • Backup data written to EEPROM was found in error.

E422
Main causes • IPC communication error • Disrupted communication line • ADF controller PCB fault How to detect • Communication between the ADF and the host has been interrupted for 5 seconds or longer while the ADF stood by. • Communication between the ADF and the host has been interrupted for 0.5 second or longer while the ADF was running.

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5.5 Host I/O Displays
Address Bit IO-P01 Bit 0 (output) Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 IO-P02 Bit 0 (input) Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 IO-P03 (input) IO-P04 Bit 0 Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 0 Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 Bit 0 Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 Display Signal name Connector – – – – – Document Set LED LED J11-4 Locking solenoid A_SL J10-1 Stamp solenoid STAMP_SL J11-2 Delivery sensor EJTS J3-12 Read sensor READS J3-9 Registration roller paper sensor REGS J3-6 ADF open/closed sensor ADFOPS J3-3 Pickup motor phase output M2A J8-3 (output) Pickup motor phase output M2A* J8-4 (output) Pickup motor phase output M2B J8-5 (output) Pickup motor phase output M2B* J8-6 (output) – – Image start signal EDGO J1-2 EEPROM Data input EEPROM data output EEPROM clock EEPROM_CK EEPROM Chip Select EEPROM_CS Document sensor EMPS J4-3 Cover open/closed sensor COVERS J4-6 Feed motor clock Pickup motor clock Document width detection VR J6-4 variable resistor End-of-document sensor ENDS J6-3 Document length sensor 2 LENG2S J6-2 Document length sensor 1 LENG1S J6-1 A4R/LTR identification sensor A4R/LTR J5-3 Push switch SKHHPK Feed motor Vref RMOT_V-REF Pickup motor Vref KMOT_V-REF Remarks

L:ON L:ON L:ON H: Paper present H: Paper present H: Paper present H: Open

H: Paper present L: Open

IO-P05 (input)

H: Paper present H: Paper present H: Paper present H: A4R

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Address Bit IO-P06 Bit 0 (output) Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 IO-IPC09 Bit 0 (output) Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 IO-IPC10 Bit 0 (Input) Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 AD-P01 (analog port) AD-P02 (analog port) AD-P03 (analog port) Display Feed motor phase Feed motor phase Feed motor phase Feed motor phase – – Read sensor (1) Signal name M1A M1A* M1B M1B* – – READS LED4 LED3 LED2 LED1 – – – Connector J7-3 J7-4 J7-5 J7-6 – – J3-9 Remarks

output output output output

H: Paper present

– – –

– – –

DIP SW8 DIP SW7 DIP SW6 DIP SW5 DIP SW4 DIP SW3 DIP SW2 DIP SW1 Document width detection variable resistor (analog) Feed motor current value Pickup motor current value

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1 General Timing Charts
1.1 Flow-Scanning a Single-sided A4 Document

Start key ON Document separation/feed Document set sensor (PI10) Registration roller paper sensor (PI6) Read sensor (PI7) Delivery reversal sensor (PI8) Pickup motor (M2) Feed motor (M1) Locking solenoid (SL1) : Motor reversing Reversing Forwarding Document scanning Document delivery

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1.2 Scanning a Double-sided A4 Document, Face First, Back Next

Start key ON Document Document separation/ back scanning feed Document set sensor (PI10) Registration roller paper sensor (PI6) Read sensor (PI7) Delivery reversal sensor (PI8) Pickup motor (M2) Feed motor (M1) Locking solenoid (SL1) Reversing Forwarding : Motor reversing Document reversal Document face scanning Idle document reversal Delivery

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2 Signal Name/Designation List
Definitions of the signal names and other designations used in this chapter and in the block diagrams are listed below. Note: Designations in brackets denote an electrical signal, or an analog signal whose state cannot be represented as a 0 or 1. Other designations denote a digital signal whose state can be represented as a 0 or 1. A4R/LTR ADFOPS A_SL COVERS EJTS EMPS ENDS LED LENG1S LENG2S M1A M1A* M1B M1B* M2A M2A* M2B M2B* READS REGS STAMP_SL VR A4R/LTRR Identification signal ADF Open/Closed Detection signal Locking Solenoid Drive signal Feeder Cover Open/Closed Detection signal Delivery Reversal Detection signal Document Set Detection signal End-of-Document Detection signal Document Set LED signal Document Length Detection signal 1 Document Length Detection signal 2 Feed Motor Drive signal Feed Motor Drive signal Feed Motor Drive signal Feed Motor Drive signal Pickup Motor Drive signal Pickup Motor Drive signal Pickup Motor Drive signal Pickup Motor Drive signal Read Document Detection signal Registration Roller Paper Detection signal Stamp Solenoid Drive signal Document Width Detection signal

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3 General Block Diagram
Feed motor M1
M

Pickup motor Stamp solenoid SL2 M2
M SL

Document Set LED Locking solenoid SL1 LED1
LED PCB 3 2 1 J23 3 2 1

SL

I/F connector J401 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 J402 3 2 1

1 2 J14 2 1

+24VP STAMP_SL +24VR LED

SGND EDGO RXD TXD SGND +24VR SGND

+24VP +24VP M1A M1A* M1B M1B* N.C

+24VP +24VP M2A M2A* M2B M2B*

A_SL +24VP

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 J9

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 J7

1 2 3 4 5 6 J8

1 2 3 4 J11

1 2 J10

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 J1

ADF controller PCB
J3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9101112 Vcc SGND ADFOPS Vcc SGND REGS Vcc SGND READS Vcc SGND EJTS J5 1 2 3 +5V SGND A4R/LTR J6 1 2 3 4 LENG1S LENG2S ENDS VR J4 1 2 3 4 5 6 Vcc SGND EMPS Vcc SGND COVERS 3 2 1 J15 J301 3 2 1 3 2 1 J302 3 2 1 3 2 1 J303 3 2 1 3 2 1 J304 3 2 1 3 2 1 J305 3 2 1 3 2 1 J306 3 2 1 3 2 1 J307 3 2 1 3 2 1 J308 3 2 1 3 2 1 3 2 1 VR 1 2 3 J309 3 2 1 3 2 1 J310 3 2 1 3 2 1

J101 Vcc SGND A4R/LTR Vcc SGND LENG1S Vcc SGND LENG2S Vcc SGND ENDS +5V SGND VR

7 6 5 4 3 2 1 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 J13 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Junction PCB

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1011 121314 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1011 121314 15 J102

PI1 ADF open/closed sensor

PI6 Registration roller paper sensor

PI7 Read sensor

PI8 Delivery reversal sensor

PI2 A4R/LTRR identification sensor

PI3 Document length sensor 1

PI4 Document length sensor 2

PI5 End-ofdocument sensor

PGND +24VP 1 2 J2

PI10 VR1 Document width Document detection variable set sensor resistor

PI9 Feeder cover open/closed sensor

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4 ADF Controller Block Diagram
ADF Controller Block Diagram (1/4) A501
8 6 4 2
1 2

+5R LED4

1

3

5

7

+5R RA9 CP5 CP35
2 2

7

5

3

1

RA14

1

2

LED3

A_SOL STAMP_SOL KMOT_A KMOT_B KMOT_/A KMOT_/B DFOPENS REGS

[A504] [A504] [A504] R3 [A504] [A504] [A504] [A503] [A503] +5R

RA13

2

4

6

8

1

2

LED2
2 4 6 8 7

8

6

4

C16

2

1

1

C7

CP36 CP40
1 3 5
1 2

LED1
1 3 5

LED [A504]

A[0 : 7] RA5
2 4 6 8 1 3 5 7

2

4

6

2

RA12 4

6

8

A7 A6 A5 A4 A7

CP42 CP43 CP44

RA11
8 6 4 2

1

RA15

3

5

7

8

CP41

7

RA16 SW1
9 10 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 11 12 13 14 15 16

7

5

3

1

7

5

3

P42/PMRIIO/SCK2/SDA1 41 P43/ 42

P44/ 43 P45/TMR1 44 P46/P46PWX0 45

P47PWX1 46 VCC1 47

P27/A15/PW15/CBLANK 48 P26/A14/PW14 49

P25/A13/PW13 50 P24/A12/PW12P25/A13/PW13 51 P23/A11/PW11P25/A13/PW13 52

P22/A10/PW10 53 P21/A9/PW9 54

P20/A8/PW8 55 VSS 56

P17/A7/PW7 57 P16/A6/PW6 58

2

2

C15

C14

1

2 4 6

RA7

IC2
1 3 5 7

A3 A2 A1 A0 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 A0 VCC DO7 DO6 DO5 DO4 DO3 DO2

A7 50 PA0 49 PA1 48 PA2 47 PA3 46 PA4 45 PA5 44 PA6 43 PA7 42 PB0 41 PB1 40 39 PB2 38 PB3 37 PB4 36 PB5 35 PB6 34 PB7 33 PO0

IC1

P5/A5/PW5 59 P4/A4/PW4 60

1

1

+5R

READS EJTS

[A503] [A503] [A504] [A503] [A502] [A502] [A502] [A502] [A502] [A504] [A503] [A504] [A504] [A503] [A503] [A503] [A503] 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 AVSS P77/AN7/ DA1 P76/AN6/DA0 P75/AN5 P74/AN4 P73/AN3 P72/AN2 P71/AN1 P70/AN0 AVCC P67/TMOX/CIN7//KIN7//IRQ7 P66/FTOB/CIN6//KIN6//IRQ6 P65/FTID/CIN5//KIN5 P64/FTIC/CIN4//KIN4/CLAMP0 P63/FTIB/CIN3//KIN3/VFBACK1 P62/FTIA/CIN2//KIN3/VFBACK1 P61/FTIA/CIN1//KIN3/VSVNC0

PW3/A3/P13 PW2/A2/P12 PW1/A1/P11 PW0/A0/P10 HDB0/D0/P30 HDB1/D1/P31 HDB2/D2/P32 HDB3/D3/P33 HDB4/D4/P34 HDB5/D5/P35 HDB6/D6/P36 HDB7/D7/P37 VSS HA0/P80 GA20//CS2/P81 HIFSD/P82 P83 TxD1//IRQ3/P84

61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80

8

KMOT_VREF RMOT_VREF

RA6
8 6 4 2 7 5 3 1

A1 D0 D1 D2 D3 RA8
8 6 4 2 7 5 3 1

A0 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2

1

2

PSW1

A4/LT LONG1S LONG2S +5R SENDS VR KMOT_A

D4 D5 D6 D7

DO1 DO0 W* R* N* BM INTR RXD3 TXD3 RXD2 TXD2 RXD1 TXD1 CTS3* CTS2* CTS1* CLK P12

2

C3

R16

R15

2

1

C4 /RESET
1

C13

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

2

C5

1

1

COVERS EMPS E2PROM_CS E2PROM_CLK E2PROM_D E2PROM_D1

[A503] [A503] [A503] [A502] [A502] [A503]

RMOT_B RMOT_/A RMOT_/B S_TXD S_RXD READS

D1 D0

D[0 : 7] +5R
8 6 4 2

/CN1//IGN//AS/P95

SCLO/SCKO/P52

SDAO//WAIT/P97

RxD1//IRQ4/P85 SCL1/SCK1//IRQ5/P86

/IOR//RD/P93

P60/FTIA/CIN0//KIN3/HFBACK1/TMIN /IRQ1/P91 /IRQ0/P92

/IOW//WR/P94

EXCL//P96

TxDO/P50

TxDO/P51

RA10

EXTAL

/STBY

VCC2

XTAL

/RES

NM1

MD0

MD1

VSS

+5R R75 R68 R74 /RD /WR /IPC R1

+5R C6 C12
2 2

20

19

18

17

16

15

14

13

12

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

/WR CP1 /RD /IPC +5R +5R [A502] TXD1 [A502] RXD1 C1
1

1

1

/RESET R5 R6
2

CP2

R4 CP3

OSC1
2 1 1 2

R22

1

C10

R21

R10

R8

R9

R20

IC3
VOUT GND MANUA VCC
4 3 2 2

C11

C8

+5R +5V JNT1
1 2 2

+5R CP11 ETH1
1 2 3

R13 R17 R18 MD1

J

C9
1

E

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2

R12

1

RMOT_A

2

RMOT_A

C2

[A503]

2

PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 VSS XOUT XIN P10 INT RST* CNVSS

32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19

R23

2

1

OSC2

7

5

3

1

ADF Controller Block Diagram (2/4) A502
+5V CP12 +5V SGND
1

J5
1

R24
2

J1
2 2

J5
2

EDGO

+5V

EDGO [A501] CP13

3 1

Q2

C42 +5V
1

R33 A4R/LTR J5
3

1

R28
2

R7 C23
1

[A501]A4/LT

CP18
1

+5V
1

D4
2

R26 R27
1 2 2

+5V

CP14
1

RXD1 [A501]

R37

J1
3

EMPS

R34 J6 LENG1S
1 2

R29 C24 +5V
1

R11

D5
2 1

[A501]LONG1S

CP15
1

CP19
1

R35 LENG2S J6
2

R30
2

R14 C25
1

[A501]LONG2S
2

R39 IC6 TXD1 [A501]
13 14 12

1

C20

C43

J1
2 4

SGND

R38

3 1

Q1

C44
1

+5V

CP16
1

R40

R36 ENDS J6
3

R31
2

[A501]ENDS C26
1

CP17
1

+5V

+24VR

2

4 1

1

VR

J6

R32 C27

[A501]VR

D1 CP4
2

1

R41

J1
2 6

+24VR

IC4
2 +

C45
4

+5V J9
1

C17
1

1

VOUT
2

VIN LIN
3 2 +

GND

C18 [A501]/RESET [A501]MD1 +5V R91 J1
7 1

J9
2

J9
3

1

SGND

J9
4

CP38
1

J1
1

SGND +24VR

J1 [A501]S_TXD +5V
5

J9
5

+5V R93 J9
6

CP39
1

IC6 14

14 7

2

C21
1

[A501]S_RXD

J9
7

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ADF Controller Block Diagram (3/4) A503
+24V +5V +5V FU2 J3 VCC 1 J3 SGND 2 J3 ADFOPS
3

R43 R44

CP20
1

J7
1

+24VP

J7 +24VP
2

R42
2

R25

[A501]DFOPENS

J7 M1A
3

1

C28 +5V CP24 CP25
1

J7 M1A*
4

+5V

+5V

J7 +5V
5

M1B M1B*

J3 Vcc 4 J3 SEND 5 J3 REGS 6

R45 R47

CP21 C32 RA3
1

J7

IC7
1 3
6

6

2

CP27 +5V
1

1

6

J7 N.C.
7

1

IC6
R46
2

OUTA SYNCA 2 REFA GNDA 4 IN_A INA 6
1

R48 C29
1

14 1 2

1

[A501] RMOT_VREF

3 4

IC9

+5V

+5V
3

IC6
14 4

1

[A501] RMOT_/A

RA1

5

5 7

RA1
2

RA3

[A501] REGS

2

R57

5

2

8

[A501] RMOT_A

VSA OUT_A 8 RSA RSB 10 12 RA3
7

J3 Vcc 7 J3 SGND 8 READS J3
9

R51 R52

CP22
1 2

R58 CP26 +5V C33
1

9 11 13

R60 +5V
8

R49
2

R50 C30
1

IC6
5 14 6

OUTB VSB SYNCB REFB 14 GNDB IN_B 16
7

[A501] READS R59

1

RA3

3

15
4

+5V

+5V

RA1
8

RA1
4 3

[A501] RMOT_B

[A501] RMOT_B J3 Vcc 10 J3 SGND 11 J3 EJTS 12 R55 R56 CP23

17

INB OUT_B 18
2 +

C34

R54
2

R53 C31

IC6
9 14 10

[A501] EJTS

+24V CP10
1

+24V

J2
1

1

C19

2

J2 PGND 2

+5R +5V R65 CP6
1

1

CP7
1

CP8
1

CP9
1

IC5
D1 D0 GND TEST

[A501] [A501] [A501] 5 6 7 8 R89 [A501]

E2PROM E2PROM E2PROM E2PROM

CS CLK D D1

4 3 2 C22 1
2

SK CS VCC NC

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ADF Controller Block Diagram (4/4) A504
+24V
2

+24V
2

FU1
1

FU3 D3
1 2 1

J10 A_SL
2

J8 CP37
1 1

+24VP

+24VP

J10
1 2

J8 +24VP
2

Q8
1

3

R83 R84

[A501] A_SOL

J8 M2A
3

J8 M2A* +5V
4

J11 +24VP 1 STAMP_SL J11
2

D2
1 2

J8 CP34
1

CP28
1

CP31
1

+5V

5

M2B M2B*

J8
6

RA4

Q9

2 1

IC8
1 3
4

CP32 +5V
1

3

R86

[A501] STAMP_SOL R85 [A501] KMOT_VREF [A501] KMOT_/A
8 6 7 5 4

4

OUTA SYNCA 2 REFA GNDA 4 IN_A INA 6
7

IC9

RA1

7

3

5 7

RA2
8

RA4

R80

3

8

[A501] KMOT_A

+24R R72 R73 CP33 +5V J11 LED
6 1

VSA OUT_A 8 10 R70 +5V
2 1

J11 +24V R
3

R61

R62

9 11 13

RSA RSB OUTB VSB 12 REFB 14

Q3

2 3 1

[A501] LED [A501] KMOT_B

RA4

4

15
5

GNDB IN_B 16
1

RA2
2

RA4

SYNCB

RA2
6 5

[A501]KMOT_/B

17

INB OUT_B 18
2 +

C38

+5V

+5V C37
2

J4 Vcc 1 J4 SGND 2 J4 EMPS 3

R87 R64

CP29
1

R63
2

R66 C40

1

IC6 14

10

[A501] EMPS

+5V

+5V

J4 VCC 4 J4 SGND 5 J4 COVERS
6

R76 R69

1

CP30
1

R71
2

R67 [A501]COVERS C36

1

1

1

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5 Document Set Display Block Diagram
J201
1

1 2

J201
2

J201
3

6 Junction PCB Block Diagram
J101 VR
1

R101

J102 Vcc
1

J102 SGND J101 ENDS
2 2

J102 A4R/LTR
3

J101 LENG2S
3

R102

J102 Vcc
4

J102 J101 LENG1S
4

SGND
5

J102 LENG1S
6

J101 A4R/LTR
5

R103

J102 Vcc
7

J102 J101 SGND
6

SGNG
8

J102 LENG2S
9

J101 +5V
7

R104

J102 Vcc
10

J102 SGND
11

J102 ENDS
12

R105

J102 +5V
13

J102 SGND
14

J102 VR
15

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7 Jam Code List
No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Jam Code
0001 0002 0003 0004 0005 0006 0007 0008 0009 000A 000B 000C

Explanation
Registration roller sensor delay jam Registration roller sensor stack jam Read sensor delay jam Read sensor stack jam Delivery sensor delay jam Delivery sensor stack jam ADF open jam User ADF open jam ADF cover open jam User ADF cover open jam Initial stack jam Pickup failure

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8 Special Tools List
The table below lists the special tools, other than those included in the standard tool set, that are required for servicing this machine.
NO. 1 Tool Name Digital multimeter Tool No. FY9-2002-000 Shape Rank A Use/Remarks Electrical checking, etc.

2

Gauge (1.4 mm gap)

HY9-0015-000

A

HY

0 9-0

15

Platen guide L gap adjustment

Note: A: B: C:

Ranks Each service engineer should be equipped with one unit of this tool. One unit of this tool need be maintained for each group of five or so. One unit of this tool need be maintained in each workshop.

9 Solvent/Grease List
No. 1 Name Use Formulation Remarks BYUKKURIN C-17 Cleaning Examples: Glass, plastic materials, rubber, exterior covers Lubricant Driving and sliding parts Hydrofluorocarbon - Keep away from fire. Alcohols - To be adjusted in the field. Surfactant - Substitute: IPA (Isopropyl alcohol) Water Silicone oil - PERMALB 82 - Tool No. CK-0551 (20g)

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AB SIZE A/INCH SIZE A SIZE AB/INCH SIZE

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This Parts Catalog contains listings of parts used in the Canon DADF-H1. Diagrams are provided with the listings to aid the service technician in identifying clearly, the item to be orderd. Whenever ordering parts, consult this Parts Catalog for all of the information pertaining to each item. Be sure to include, in the Parts Request, the full item description, the item part number, and the quantity. Canon Inc. Office Imaging Products Quality Assurance Center 5-1, Hakusan 7-chome, Toride-city, Ibaraki 302-8501, Japan

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CONTENTS

-DADF-H1PA. ASSEMBLY LOCATION DIAGRAM

P01.

MOUNTING HARDWARE

P11. P12. P31. P33.

INTERNAL COMPONENTS DOCUMENT TRAY ASSEMBLY OPEN/CLOSE PANEL ASSEMBLY PAPER FEEDER ASSEMBLY

P93.

ADF DC CONTROLLER PCB ASSEMBLY

PB1. PB2.

LIST OF CONNECTORS LIST OF ELECTRIC PARTS

D.

NUMERICAL INDEX

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FIGURE PA

ASSEMBLY LOCATION DIAGRAM

DOCUMENT TRAY ASSEMBLY ADF DC CONTROLLER PCB ASSEMBLY P12 P93

OPEN/CLOSE PANEL ASSEMBLY P31

PAPER FEEDER ASSEMBLY P33

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PA-1

FIGURE P01
4 6

MOUNTING HARDWARE

4 5

7
A/INCH,A,AB/INCH SIZE

3 2

1

3 3 2 1

P01-1

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FIGURE & KEY NO. P01 1 2 3 4

PART NUMBER NPN FB5-4544-000 FS2-9540-000 FS2-9542-000 XA9-0874-000

R A N K

Q’ T Y RF 2 2 3 4

DESCRIPTION MOUNTING HARDWARE SHEET, BLANKING SCREW,STEPPED,M5 SCREW,STEPPED SCREW,M3X8

SERIAL NUMBER / REMARKS

5 6 7

FB5-9504-000 FB5-9505-000 FS6-8816-000

1 1 1

SHEET, HINGE GUIDE, LEFT SHEET, HINGE GUIDE, RIGHT LABEL, CAUTION A/INCH SIZE,A SIZE AB/INCH SIZE

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P01-2

FIGURE P11
501 12A 12

INTERNAL COMPONENTS (1/2)

504

506 23

27 1

504 31 28 29 504 24 506
SEE FIGURE P12

22 21 22

9

7A 504 7
SEE FIGURE P33

504

503 8
SEE FIGURE P31

13

P11-1

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FIGURE P11
11
(J4) (J309) (J310)

INTERNAL COMPONENTS (2/2)

14
(J309) (SR9)

15

2

A
502
SEE FIGURE P33

10

26
(J13) (J11) (J201) (J301) (J3)

10A
(J14)

34
(SR1) (J301)

501 40 39

SEE FIGURE P93

33

14

505 4 5 34 506 511 6 506 3 32
(SL1) (J10)

16

38 502 504 502

(CN1)

510

502

(J1) (J2)

17 512 19
(SL2) (J14)

A

504 507 508 25 20 504 18 30 512 509 37 35 36 509

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P11-2

FIGURE & KEY NO. P11 1 2 3 4

PART NUMBER NPN FB4-5944-000 FF5-5739-000 FB5-9410-000 FB5-9392-000

R A N K

Q’ T Y RF 1 1 1 1

DESCRIPTION INTERNAL COMPONENTS LABEL, HINGE, A STAMP PINCH STAMPER LEVER, SOLENOID, 2

SERIAL NUMBER / REMARKS

AB SIZE

5 6 7 7A 8

FS7-2662-000 FH6-5021-000 FF6-1289-000 XH9-0126-000 FB5-9369-000

1 1 1 1 1

SPRING, TENSION SOLENOID PANEL, FRONT SHEET, CLEAR DAMPER SHAFT, OPEN/CLOSE SL1 J10

9 10 10A 11 12 12A 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

FB5-9379-000 FF3-4302-000 VS1-5057-009 FF3-4306-000 FF6-1268-000 FB4-5946-000 FF6-1274-000 WG8-5362-000 XA9-0894-000 FG3-1820-000 FB5-9385-000 FB5-9393-000 FB5-9394-000 FB5-9395-000 FB5-9399-000

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

SHEET, PAPER FEED SUPPORT, 1 CABLE, DF OPEN/CLOSE CONNECT CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT CABLE, COVER OPEN/CLOSE SENSOR PANEL, REAR LABEL, CAUTION, HINGE PANEL, COPYBOARD IC, TLP1241, PHOTO-INTERRUPTER SCREW,M3X6 CABLE, INTERFACE LEFT HINGE UNIT BUSHING BUSHING ROLLER, DELIVERY REVERSE ROLLER, PAPER FEED, 1 CN1,J1,2 PI1,9 J301,309 J3,13,301 J13 J4,309,310

22 23 24 25 26

FB5-9400-000 FB5-9401-000 FB5-9402-000 FB5-9406-000 FF3-4307-000

4 2 2 1 1

ROLLER, PAPER FEED, 2 SPRING, LEAF SPRING, LEAF GUIDE, STAMP CABLE, SOLENOID LED J11,14,201

P11-3

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FIGURE & KEY NO. P11 - 27 28 29 30 31

PART NUMBER FB4-5945-000 FB5-9380-000 FB5-9381-000 FF6-1272-000 FF6-1273-000

R A N K

Q’ T Y 1 1 2 1 1

DESCRIPTION LABEL, CAUTION, HINGE SHEET, PAPER FEED, 1 SHEET, PAPER FEED, 2 SHAFT, DELIVERY REVERSE ROLLER GUIDE, PAPER FEED ROLLER

SERIAL NUMBER / REMARKS

32 33 34 35 36

FH6-5022-000 VS1-5057-002 FB5-9391-000 FF6-1270-000 FS7-2660-000

1 1 1 1 1

SOLENOID CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT LINK, SOLENOID ARM, RIGHT HINGE SPRING, TENSION

SL2 J14 J14

37 38 39 40 501 502 503 504 505 506 507 508 509 510 511

RS1-1042-000 FB5-9388-000 FB5-9389-000 FS7-2661-000 XB1-2400-606 XB1-2400-609 XB4-5300-809 XB4-5401-006 XB4-5401-009 XB4-5400-809 XB1-2401-406 XB7-2100-405 XD2-1100-502 XB1-2300-309 XD3-1300-162

1 1 1 1 3 9 3 13 6 6 1 1 2 2 1

BUSHING COVER, DF SENSOR FLAG, DF SENSOR SPRING, TENSION SCREW,MACH.,TRUSS HEAD,M4X6 SCREW,MACH.,TRUSS HEAD,M4X6 SCREW,P,M3X8 SCREW,P,M4X10 SCREW,P,M4X10 SCREW,P,M4X8 SCREW,MACH.,TRUSS HEAD,M4X14 NUT,HEX,M4 RING,E SCREW,MACH.,TRUSS HEAD,M3X3 PIN,SPRING

512

XD2-1100-402

2

RING,E

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P11-4

FIGURE P12
11A 11

DOCUMENT TRAY ASSEMBLY

18 501 6

20 10
(SR6) (J306)

13

4 5

TO FIGURE P33

Z

1

2

501 13 10A 14
(J102) (SR8) (J308) (SR7) (J307)

13
(J101)

5 501 13
(J102) (J101) (J5) (J15) (J305) (J308) (SR5) (J305) (J306) (J307)

3 17

5

4

2

15

8 7 501

(J6)

16 501 501
(J15) (VR1)

19

9

9A

12

501

NOTE : This assembly does not include the parts shown with key No. 18 and 20.

P12-1

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FIGURE & KEY NO. P12 1 2 3 4

PART NUMBER FG6-7659-000 FF6-1279-000 FB5-9420-000 FB5-9423-000 FB5-9424-000

R A N K

Q’ T Y 1 1 2 1 2

DESCRIPTION DOCUMENT TRAY ASSEMBLY GUIDE, DOCUMENT SIDE, FRONT RACK, DOCUMENT SIDE GUIDE FLAG, CYCLE END FLAG, DOCUMENT LENGTH SENSOR

SERIAL NUMBER / REMARKS

5 6 7 8 9

FB5-9427-000 FB5-9428-000 FC3-0634-000 FC3-0665-000 FF3-4304-000

3 1 1 1 1

SPRING, TORSION HOLDER, DOCUMENT TRAY RACK RACK CABLE, DOCUMENT TRAY A4 LTR J5,6,15,101,102 J305-308 J15

9A 10 10A 11 11A 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

VS1-5057-003 FF6-1276-000 FB5-9414-000 FF6-1277-000 FB5-9509-000 FF6-1278-000 WG8-5362-000 FG3-1876-000 FB5-9415-000 FB5-9417-000 FS4-0590-000 FB5-9506-000 FB5-9507-000

1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1

CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT TRAY, DOCUMENT, UPPER ELIMINATOR, STATIC CHARGE GUIDE, DOCUMENT SIDE, REAR LABEL, DOCUMENT HEIGHT LIMIT GUIDE, DOCUMENT TRAY, LOWER IC, TLP1241, PHOTO-INTERRUPTER CONNECTING PCB UNIT HOLDER, VOLUME SPRING, LEAF GEAR, 62T LABEL, DOCUMENT SET LABEL, DOCUMENT SET

PI2-5 J305-308 J101,102

SEE NOTE AB SIZE SEE NOTE A/INCH SIZE AB/INCH SIZE

FB5-9508-000

1

LABEL, DOCUMENT SET

SEE NOTE A SIZE VR1 J15 SEE NOTE AB SIZE SEE NOTE A/INCH SIZE SEE NOTE A SIZE SEE NOTE AB/INCH SIZE

19 20

FG3-1821-000 FB5-9497-000 FB5-9498-000 FB5-9499-000 FB5-9500-000

1 1 1 1 1

VARIABLE RESISTOR UNIT LABEL, DOCUMENT SIZE LABEL, DOCUMENT SIZE LABEL, DOCUMENT SIZE LABEL, DOCUMENT SIZE

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P12-2

FIGURE & KEY NO. P12 - 501

PART NUMBER XB4-5300-809

R A N K

Q’ T Y 9

DESCRIPTION SCREW,P,M3X8

SERIAL NUMBER / REMARKS

P12-3

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FIGURE P31
20 11 21

OPEN/CLOSE PANEL ASSEMBLY

9 18 501 503 6 501 2 15 2 13 8 22 17 25 23 9 502 5 16 503 25 24 3 11

24

7 10 4 1 501 26 501 12 1 501 19 11

501 14

P31-1

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FIGURE & KEY NO. P31 1 2 3 4

PART NUMBER FG6-7660-000 FB5-9434-000 FB5-9435-000 FB5-9436-000 FB5-9438-000

R A N K

Q’ T Y 1 2 2 1 2

DESCRIPTION OPEN/CLOSE PANEL ASSEMBLY SPRING, LEAF ROLLER, REGISTRATION, 1 ROLLER, REGISTRATION, 2 SPRING, LEAF

SERIAL NUMBER / REMARKS

5 6 7 8 9

FB5-9439-000 FB5-9440-000 FB5-9441-000 FB5-9443-000 FB5-9452-000

1 1 1 1 2

LEVER, OPEN/CLOSE SHAFT, LATCH LEVER, LATCH FLAG, DOCUMENT SENSOR LEVER, STOP

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

FC3-0661-000 FC3-0662-000 FF6-1275-000 FF6-1280-000 FF6-1282-000 FS7-2663-000 FB5-9445-000 FB5-9446-000 FB5-9451-000 FS2-1538-000 FU3-0027-000 RS1-1053-000 XF2-1606-140 FB5-9448-000 FB5-9450-000

1 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2

CLIP CLIP SHUTTER PANEL, OPEN/CLOSE GUIDE, OPEN/CLOSE SPRING, TENSION ROLLER, PAPER SEPARATION ROLLER, PAPER PICK-UP ARM, PAPER PICK-UP, REAR BUSHING GEAR, 18T BUSHING BELT, TIMING ARM, PAPER PICK-UP, FRONT SPRING, CLUTCH

25 26 501 502 503

FC3-0636-000 FB5-9449-000 XB4-5300-809 XD2-1100-502 XD3-2200-102

2 1 9 1 2

BUSHING COVER, REGISTRATION ADJUSTMENT SCREW,P,M3X8 RING,E PIN,DOWEL

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P31-2

FIGURE P33

PAPER FEEDER ASSEMBLY (1/2)

503
(J13)

52A 52

53
(J302) (J303) (J304)

54

505 2 10

27 51 505 504 26 33 15 9 1 29 504 34 49
(J201)

506

13

26

50 28 33 26

26

34 8 4 49 31 19 26 12 25 41 22 47
(J304) (SR4)

A

33 44 33 37 25

47
(J302) (SR2)

11 26 42 30

A

21 41 22 48 36 25

47

(J303) (SR3)

503

P33-1

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FIGURE P33

PAPER FEEDER ASSEMBLY (2/2)

39 39 501

46

(J8) (M2)

501 1

501 501 55
(J7) (M1)

25 6 43 7 5 35 47 504 40

501 1 505

B

(PI10) (J310)

24 505 3 38 5 4

B
40 26

16 20 18 17 20 20 45

14

502

502 23

32

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P33-2

FIGURE & KEY NO. P33 1 2 3 4

PART NUMBER FG6-7661-000 FS7-2664-000 XF2-1605-940 XF2-1607-440 XF9-0727-000

R A N K

Q’ T Y 1 3 1 1 1

DESCRIPTION PAPER FEEDER ASSEMBLY SPRING, TENSION BELT, TIMING BELT, TIMING BELT, TIMING

SERIAL NUMBER / REMARKS

5 6 7 8 9

XF2-1610-240 XF2-1616-060 FB5-9462-000 FB5-9463-000 FB5-9465-000

1 1 1 1 1

BELT, TIMING BELT, TIMING FLANGE, BELT ROLLER, REGISTRATION PULLEY, TENSIONER

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

FB5-9466-000 FB5-9467-000 FB5-9468-000 FB5-9469-000 FB5-9470-000 FB5-9471-000 FF6-1293-000 FB5-9473-000 FB5-9474-000 FB5-9486-000 FB5-9477-000 FB5-9480-000 FB5-9481-000 FB5-9483-000 FG6-7677-000

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 2 1 1

PULLEY, ONE-WAY ROLLER, PAPER FEEDER, 1 ROLLER, PAPER FEEDER, 2 ROLLER, PAPER DELIVERY KNOB, JAM CLEARING DEFLECTOR, PAPER FLAG, REGISTRATION SENSOR FLAG, READ SENSOR FLAG, PAPER DELIVERY SENSOR SPRING, TORSION SPRING, TORSION ROLLER, PLATEN SPACER, GAP GUIDE, PLATEN ROLLER, RIGHT PICK DRIVE GEAR UNIT

25 26 27 28 29

FC3-0661-000 FC3-0662-000 FF3-4303-000 FB5-9460-000 FF6-1285-000

4 7 1 1 1

CLIP CLIP CABLE, PATH SENSOR WINDOW, LED PLATE, TENSIONER J13,302-304

P33-3

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FIGURE & KEY NO. P33 - 30 31 32 33 34

PART NUMBER FF6-1286-000 FF6-1287-000 FB5-9482-000 FS1-1189-000 FS5-3927-000

R A N K

Q’ T Y 1 1 1 4 2

DESCRIPTION ARM, SWING BUSHING, FRONT ARM, SWING BUSHING, REAR GUIDE, PLATEN ROLLER, LEFT BUSHING PULLEY, 27T

SERIAL NUMBER / REMARKS

35 36 37 38 39

FS5-3928-000 FS5-3929-000 FS5-3930-000 FS5-3931-000 FS1-9010-000

1 1 1 1 2

PULLEY, 28T PULLEY, 18T PULLEY, 23T PULLEY, 56T/29T/21T SCREW,STEPPED,M3X2.2

40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 52A 53

FS6-1020-000 FS6-1022-000 FB5-9485-000 FU3-0028-000 FU3-0029-000 FU3-0030-000 FH6-1895-000 WG8-5362-000 XF2-1604-340 XG9-0403-000 FG3-1877-000 FF6-1290-000 FF6-1291-000 FB5-9491-000 FF6-1292-000

2 2 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 2 1 1 1 1 1

BUSHING BUSHING SPRING, TORSION GEAR, 19T GEAR, 30T GEAR, 54T/39T MOTOR, STEPPING IC, TLP1241, PHOTO-INTERRUPTER BELT, TIMING BEARING, BALL LED PCB UNIT GUIDE, PAPER SEPARATION HOLDER, SEPARATION PAD,1 PAD, PAPER SEPARATION HOLDER, SEPARATION PAD, 2 J201 M2 J8 PI6-8,10 J302-304,310

54 55 501 502 503

FS7-2665-000 FH6-1894-000 XB1-2400-609 XB1-2300-406 XB4-5300-809

1 1 6 3 4

SPRING, COMPRESSION MOTOR, STEPPING SCREW,MACH.,TRUSS HEAD,M4X6 SCREW,MACH.,TRUSS HEAD,M3X4 SCREW,P,M3X8 M1 J7

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P33-4

FIGURE & KEY NO. P33 - 504 505 506

PART NUMBER XB4-5400-809 XD2-1100-642 XD2-1100-402

R A N K

Q’ T Y 4 4 1

DESCRIPTION SCREW,P,M4X8 RING,E RING,E

SERIAL NUMBER / REMARKS

P33-5

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FIGURE P93

ADF DC CONTROLLER PCB ASSEMBLY

FIGURE & KEY NO. P93 FU1

PART NUMBER FG3-1822-000 VD7-1561-201

R A N K

Q’ T Y 1 1

DESCRIPTION ADF DC CONTROLLER PCB ASSEMBLY FUSE, 1.2A 50V

SERIAL NUMBER / REMARKS

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P93-1

FIGURE PB1

LIST OF CONNECTORS

CN1

J13

J4 J2 J309 J310 J302 J303 J304 J1 J3

J301

J102 J5 J8 J7 J6 J11 J306 J101 J10 J15 J307 J305 J308 J14 J201

PB-1

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FIGURE & KEY NO. P B1 CN1

PART NUMBER NPN SYS FH2-6481-000 VS3-5080-007 WS3-5044-000

R A N K

Q’ T Y RF

DESCRIPTION LIST OF CONNECTORS TO COPIER

SERIAL NUMBER / REMARKS

1 1 3

HOUSING CONNECTOR, 7P, FEMALE SOCKET, CONTACT, 18-24AWG

WT1-5155-000 J1 PCB VS3-5080-007 WT1-5155-000 J2 PCB

7

TERMINAL DC CONTROLLER

1 7

CONNECTOR, 7P, FEMALE TERMINAL DC CONTROLLER

VS3-5083-002 WS3-5160-000 J3 PCB VS1-6225-012 J4 PCB VS1-6225-006 J5 PCB VS1-5824-003 WS3-5358-000 J6 PCB VS1-5824-004 WS3-5358-000 J7 PCB NPN J8 PCB

1 2

CONNECTOR, 2P, FEMALE SOCKET CONTACT, 18-24AWG DC CONTROLLER

1

CONNECTOR, 12P, FEMALE DC CONTROLLER

1

CONNECTOR, 6P, FEMALE DC CONTROLLER

1 3

CONNECTOR, 3P, FEMALE SOCKET CONTACT, 22-26AWG DC CONTROLLER

1 4

CONNECTOR, 4P, FEMALE SOCKET CONTACT, 22-26AWG DC CONTROLLER READ MOTOR DC CONTROLLER M1

NPN J10 PCB NPN J11 PCB VS1-6225-004 1

PAPER PICK-UP MOTOR DC CONTROLLER SOLENOID DC CONTROLLER CONNECTOR, 4P, FEMALE

M2

SL1

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PB-2

FIGURE & KEY NO. P B1 - J13

PART NUMBER VS1-0842-009 VS1-5057-009

R A N K

Q’ T Y 2 1

DESCRIPTION CONNECTOR, 9P, FEMALE CONNECTOR, SNAP TIGHT STAMP SOLENOID

SERIAL NUMBER / REMARKS

J14

NPN VS1-0842-002 1

SL2

CONNECTOR, 2P, FEMALE VARIABLE RESISTOR VR1

J15

NPN

VS1-0842-003 J101 PCB VS1-5824-007 WS3-5358-000 J102 PCB

1

CONNECTOR, 3P, FEMALE CONNECTING PCB

1 7

CONNECTOR, 7P, FEMALE SOCKET CONTACT, 22-26AWG CONNECTING PCB

VS1-6225-015 J201 PCB VS1-0842-003 J301 NPN VS1-0842-003 J302 NPN VS1-0842-003 J303 NPN VS1-0842-003 J304 NPN VS1-0842-003 J305 NPN VS1-0842-003 J306 NPN VS1-0842-003

1

CONNECTOR, 15P, FEMALE LED PCB UNIT

1

CONNECTOR, 3P, FEMALE DF OPEN SENSOR PI1

1

CONNECTOR, 3P, FEMALE REGISTRATION SENSOR PI6

1

CONNECTOR, 3P, FEMALE READ SENSOR PI7

1

CONNECTOR, 3P, FEMALE DELIVERY SENSOR PI8

1

CONNECTOR, 3P, FEMALE A4/LTR SENSOR PI2

1

CONNECTOR, 3P, FEMALE DOCUMENT LENGTH SENSOR 1 PI3

1

CONNECTOR, 3P, FEMALE

J307

NPN VS1-0842-003 1

DOCUMENT LENGTH SENSOR 2 CONNECTOR, 3P, FEMALE CYCLE END SENSOR 1 CONNECTOR, 3P, FEMALE COVER OPEN/CLOSE SENSOR

PI4

J308

NPN VS1-0842-003

PI5

J309

NPN

PI9

PB-3

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FIGURE & KEY NO. P B1 - J309 J310

PART NUMBER VS1-0842-003 NPN VS1-0842-003

R A N K

Q’ T Y 1

DESCRIPTION CONNECTOR, 3P, FEMALE EMPTY SENSOR

SERIAL NUMBER / REMARKS

PI10

1

CONNECTOR, 3P, FEMALE

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PB-4

FIGURE PB2

LIST OF ELECTRIC PARTS

M2

M1 SL1

VR1

SL2

PI3 PI2 PI9 PI1 PI6 PI7 PI8 PI10 PI5 PI4

[1]

LED

PB2-1

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FIGURE & KEY NO. P B2 1 LED M1 M2

PART NUMBER NPN FG3-1822-000 FG3-1877-000 FH6-1894-000 FH6-1895-000

R A N K

Q’ T Y RF 1 1 1 1

DESCRIPTION LIST OF ELECTRIC PARTS ADF DC CONTROLLER PCB ASSEMBLY LED PCB UNIT MOTOR, STEPPING MOTOR, STEPPING

SERIAL NUMBER / REMARKS

PI1 PI2 PI3 PI4 PI5

WG8-5362-000 WG8-5362-000 WG8-5362-000 WG8-5362-000 WG8-5362-000

1 1 1 1 1

IC, TLP1241, PHOTO-INTERRUPTER IC, TLP1241, PHOTO-INTERRUPTER IC, TLP1241, PHOTO-INTERRUPTER IC, TLP1241, PHOTO-INTERRUPTER IC, TLP1241, PHOTO-INTERRUPTER

PI6 PI7 PI8 PI9 PI10 SL1 SL2 VR1

WG8-5362-000 WG8-5362-000 WG8-5362-000 WG8-5362-000 WG8-5362-000 FH6-5021-000 FH6-5022-000 FG3-1821-000

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

IC, TLP1241, PHOTO-INTERRUPTER IC, TLP1241, PHOTO-INTERRUPTER IC, TLP1241, PHOTO-INTERRUPTER IC, TLP1241, PHOTO-INTERRUPTER IC, TLP1241, PHOTO-INTERRUPTER SOLENOID SOLENOID VARIABLE RESISTOR UNIT

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PB2-2

D
PART NUMBER
FB4-5944-000 FB4-5945-000 FB4-5946-000 FB5-4544-000 FB5-9369-000 FB5-9379-000 FB5-9380-000 FB5-9381-000 FB5-9385-000 FB5-9388-000 FB5-9389-000 FB5-9391-000 FB5-9392-000 FB5-9393-000 FB5-9394-000 FB5-9395-000 FB5-9399-000 FB5-9400-000 FB5-9401-000 FB5-9402-000 FB5-9406-000 FB5-9410-000 FB5-9414-000 FB5-9415-000 FB5-9417-000 FB5-9420-000 FB5-9423-000 FB5-9424-000 FB5-9427-000 FB5-9428-000 FB5-9434-000 FB5-9435-000 FB5-9436-000 FB5-9438-000 FB5-9439-000 FB5-9440-000 FB5-9441-000 FB5-9443-000 FB5-9445-000 FB5-9446-000 FB5-9448-000 FB5-9449-000 FB5-9450-000 FB5-9451-000 FB5-9452-000 FB5-9460-000 FB5-9462-000 FB5-9463-000 FB5-9465-000 FB5-9466-000 FB5-9467-000 FB5-9468-000 FB5-9469-000 FB5-9470-000 FB5-9471-000 FB5-9473-000 FB5-9474-000 FB5-9477-000 FB5-9480-000 FB5-9481-000 FB5-9482-000 FB5-9483-000 FB5-9485-000 FB5-9486-000 FB5-9491-000 FB5-9497-000 FB5-9498-000 FB5-9499-000 FB5-9500-000 FB5-9504-000 FB5-9505-000 FB5-9506-000 FB5-9507-000 FB5-9508-000 FB5-9509-000 FC3-0634-000 FC3-0636-000 FC3-0661-000 FC3-0662-000 FC3-0665-000 FF3-4302-000 FF3-4303-000 FF3-4304-000

NUMERICAL INDEX
FIGURE & KEY NO.
P11 P11 P11 P11 P11 P11 P11 P11 P31 P12 P12 P12 P12 P31 P31 P33 P33 P33 P11 P33 P33 P33 P33 P11 P12 P B2 P93 P B2 P12 P33 P B2 P12 P31 P33 P33 P B1 P33 P B2 P33 P B2 P11 P B2 P11 P B2 P33 P33 P31 P01 P01 P12 P33 P33 P33 P33 P33 P33 P33 P01 P11 P11 P11 P31 P33 P33 P31 P33 P33 P33 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P11 P31 P93 P B1 11 26 2 12 35 30 31 13 12 10 11 12 1 13 14 29 30 31 7 51 52 53 16 16 19 VR1 1 14 50 LED

FIGURE & KEY NO.
P11 P11 P11 P01 P11 P11 P11 P11 P11 P11 P11 P11 P11 P11 P11 P11 P11 P11 P11 P11 P11 P11 P12 P12 P12 P12 P12 P12 P12 P12 P31 P31 P31 P31 P31 P31 P31 P31 P31 P31 P31 P31 P31 P31 P31 P33 P33 P33 P33 P33 P33 P33 P33 P33 P33 P33 P33 P33 P33 P33 P33 P33 P33 P33 P33 P12 P12 P12 P12 P01 P01 P12 P12 P12 P12 P12 P31 P31 P33 P31 P33 P12 P11 P33 P12 1 27 12A 1 8 9 28 29 17 38 39 34 4 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 3 10A 15 16 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 16 17 23 26 24 18 9 28 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 20 21 22 32 23 42 19 52A 20 20 20 20 5 6 18 18 18 11A 7 25 10 25 11 26 8 10 27 9

PART NUMBER
FF3-4306-000 FF3-4307-000 FF5-5739-000 FF6-1268-000 FF6-1270-000 FF6-1272-000 FF6-1273-000 FF6-1274-000 FF6-1275-000 FF6-1276-000 FF6-1277-000 FF6-1278-000 FF6-1279-000 FF6-1280-000 FF6-1282-000 FF6-1285-000 FF6-1286-000 FF6-1287-000 FF6-1289-000 FF6-1290-000 FF6-1291-000 FF6-1292-000 FF6-1293-000 FG3-1820-000 FG3-1821-000 FG3-1822-000 FG3-1876-000 FG3-1877-000 FG6-7659-000 FG6-7660-000 FG6-7661-000 FG6-7677-000 FH2-6481-000 FH6-1894-000 FH6-1895-000 FH6-5021-000 FH6-5022-000 FS1-1189-000 FS1-9010-000 FS2-1538-000 FS2-9540-000 FS2-9542-000 FS4-0590-000 FS5-3927-000 FS5-3928-000 FS5-3929-000 FS5-3930-000 FS5-3931-000 FS6-1020-000 FS6-1022-000 FS6-8816-000 FS7-2660-000 FS7-2661-000 FS7-2662-000 FS7-2663-000 FS7-2664-000 FS7-2665-000 FU3-0027-000 FU3-0028-000 FU3-0029-000 FU3-0030-000 PCB

PART NUMBER
VS1-0842-003

FIGURE & KEY NO.
P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P11 P12 P11 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P11 P12 P33 P B2 P B2 P B2 P B2 P B2 P B2 P B2 P B2 P B2 P B2 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P B1 P01 P11 P11 P33 P11 P11 P33 P11 P11 P12 P31 P33 P11 P33 P11 P11 P11 P11 P33 P11 P31 P33 P11 P31 P33 P33 P31 P33 P33 P33 P33 P33 P11 J15 J201 J301 J302 J303 J304 J305 J306 J307 J308 J309 J310 J13 33 9A 10A J13 J5 J6 J101 J11 J4 J3 J102 CN1 J1 J2 14 13 47 PI1 PI2 PI3 PI4 PI5 PI6 PI7 PI8 PI9 PI10 CN1 J2 J5 J6 J101 CN1 J1 4 15 510 502 501 502 501 507 503 501 501 503 506 504 504 505 508 512 506 509 502 505 511 503 48 2 22 3 5 6 4 49 7A

VS1-0842-009 VS1-5057-002 VS1-5057-003 VS1-5057-009 VS1-5824-003 VS1-5824-004 VS1-5824-007 VS1-6225-004 VS1-6225-006 VS1-6225-012 VS1-6225-015 VS3-5080-007 VS3-5083-002 WG8-5362-000

RS1-1042-000 RS1-1053-000 VD7-1561-201 VS1-0842-002

24 CN1 55 M1 46 M2 6 SL1 32 SL2 33 39 19 2 3 17 34 35 36 37 38 40 41 7 36 40 5 15 1 54 20 43 44 45 J1 J2 J3 J4 J5 J6 J7 J8 J10 J11 J101 J102 J201 37 21 FU1 J14

WS3-5044-000 WS3-5160-000 WS3-5358-000 WT1-5155-000 XA9-0874-000 XA9-0894-000 XB1-2300-309 XB1-2300-406 XB1-2400-606 XB1-2400-609 XB1-2401-406 XB4-5300-809

XB4-5400-809 XB4-5401-006 XB4-5401-009 XB7-2100-405 XD2-1100-402 XD2-1100-502 XD2-1100-642 XD3-1300-162 XD3-2200-102 XF2-1604-340 XF2-1605-940 XF2-1606-140 XF2-1607-440 XF2-1610-240 XF2-1616-060 XF9-0727-000 XG9-0403-000 XH9-0126-000

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