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SERVICE MANUAL

Color Inkjet Printer

M200/M201, M205, M100/M101, M105

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SEMF12-012

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SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION
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Safety Precautions
All safety procedures described here shall be strictly adhered to by all parties servicing and maintaining this
product.

DANGER
Strictly observe the following cautions. Failure to comply could result in serious bodily injury or loss of life.
1. Always disconnect the product from the power source and peripheral devices when servicing the product or
performing maintenance.
2. When performing works described in this manual, do not connect to a power source until instructed to do so.
Connecting to a power source causes high voltage in the power supply unit and some electronic components
even if the product power switch is off. If you need to perform the work with the power cable connected to a
power source, use extreme caution to avoid electrical shock.

WARNING
Strictly observe the following cautions. Failure to comply may lead to personal injury or loss of life.
1. Always wear protective goggles for disassembly and reassembly to protect your eyes from ink in working. If
any ink gets in your eyes, wash your eyes with clean water and consult a doctor immediately.
2. When using compressed air products; such as air duster, for cleaning during repair and maintenance, the use
of such products containing flammable gas is prohibited.

PRECAUTIONS
Strictly observe the following cautions. Failure to comply may lead to personal injury or damage of the product.
1. Repairs on Epson product should be performed only by an Epson certified repair technician.
2. No work should be performed on this product by persons unfamiliar with basic safety knowledge required for
electrician.
3. The power rating of this product is indicated on the serial number/rating plate. Never connect this product to
the power source whose voltages is different from the rated voltage.
4. Replace malfunctioning components only with those components provided or approved by Epson;
introduction of second-source ICs or other non-approved components may damage the product and void any
applicable Epson warranty.
5. The capacitors on the Main Board may be electrically charged right after the power turns off or after driving
motors which generates counter electromotive force such as when rotating the PF Roller or when moving the
CR Unit. There is a risk to damage the Main Board if the Head FFC is short-circuited with the capacitors on
the Main Board electrically charged, therefore, after the power turns off or after motors are driven, leave the
printer untouched for approximately 30 seconds to discharge the capacitors before starting disassembly/
reassembly.
6. To prevent the circuit boards from short-circuiting, be careful about the following when handling FFC or
cables.
„ When handling FFC, take care not to let the terminal section of FFC touch metal parts.
„ When connecting cables/FFC to the connectors on circuit boards, connect them straight to the connectors to avoid
slant insertion.

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7. In order to protect sensitive microprocessors and circuitry, use static discharge equipment, such as anti-static
wrist straps, when accessing internal components.
8. Do not tilt this product immediately after initial ink charge, especially after performing the ink charge several
times. Doing so may cause ink to leak from the product because it may take some time for the waste ink pads
to completely absorb ink wasted due to the ink charge.
9. Never touch the ink or wasted ink with bare hands. If ink comes into contact with your skin, wash it off with
soap and water immediately. If you have a skin irritation, consult a doctor immediately.
10. When disassembling or assembling this product, make sure to wear gloves to avoid injuries from metal parts
with sharp edges.
11. Use only recommended tools for disassembling, assembling or adjusting the printer.
12. Observe the specified torque when tightening screws.
13. Be extremely careful not to scratch or contaminate the following parts.
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Nozzle plate of the Printhead
CR Scale
PF Scale
Coated surface of the PF Roller
Gears
Rollers
LCD
Scanner Sensor
Exterior parts

14. Never use oil or grease other than those specified in this manual. Use of different types of oil or grease may
damage the component or give bad influence on the printer function.
15. Apply the specified amount of grease described in this manual.
16. Make the specified adjustments when you disassemble the printer.
17. When cleaning this product, follow the procedure described in this manual.
18. When transporting this product after filling the ink in the printhead, pack the printer without removing the
ink cartridges in order to prevent the printhead from drying out.
19. Make sure to install antivirus software in the computers used for the service support activities.
20. Keep the virus pattern file of antivirus software up-to-date.
21. When disassembling/reassembling this product, if you find adhesive power of the double-sided tape which
secure the parts or FFC is not enough, replace the tape with new one and attach it correctly to the specified
points where the parts or FFC should be secured.
22. Unless otherwise specified in this manual, the labels attached on the returned product should be transferred to
the corresponding attachment positions on the new one referring to the labels on the returned product.

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APPENDIX Provides the following additional information for reference: • • • Connector Diagram Points to be checked before packing the printer Protection for Transportation Symbols Used in this Manual Various symbols are used throughout this manual either to provide additional information on a specific topic or to warn of possible danger present during a procedure or an action.About This Manual This manual. CHAPTER 5. CHAPTER 4. It may also provide additional information that is related to a specific subject. if not strictly observed. CHAPTER 3. Pay attention to all symbols when they are used. CHAPTER 2. practice or condition that is necessary to accomplish a task efficiently. and always read explanation thoroughly and follow the instructions. TROUBLESHOOTING Describes the step-by-step procedures for the troubleshooting. practice or condition that. symbols other than indicated above are used to show additional information for disassembly/reassembly. May indicate an operating or maintenance procedure. Confidential . see "2. For the details on those symbols. is intended for repair service personnel and includes information necessary for properly performing maintenance and servicing the product.2 Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures (p31)". ADJUSTMENT Describes the required adjustments for servicing the product. or comment on the results achieved through a previous action. Indicates an operating or maintenance procedure. DISASSEMBLY / REASSEMBLY Describes the disassembly/reassembly procedures for main parts/units of the product. MAINTENANCE Describes maintenance items and procedures for servicing the product. could result in bodily injury. Indicates an operating or maintenance procedure. CHAPTER 1. consists of the following chapters. practice. and provides the standard operation time for servicing the product. damage or malfunction of equipment. For Chapter 2 “Disassembly/Reassembly”. if not strictly observed. could result in serious injury or loss of life. or condition that.

Revision Status Revision Date of Issue A October 17. 2012 Description First Release Confidential .

..................................2.............. 2...........................................3 Detailed Disassembly/Reassembly Procedure for each Part/Unit...................1 Multifunction Printer specific parts ................3 Mechanism Adjustment / Check ................... 75 7 Confidential ..................................2...................2..........................................................2............................................................ 2...........2..................................................................................................1.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1.......................................................................1 Troubleshooting........................................................... 3........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 2................................................1................................................................1..............................2...........4 Standard Operation Time for Servicing the Product ...............................................1 Checking the Platen Gap .......................................... 2................................................3 Scanner Fatal Error Code .........................................................................................................2............................................. 10 1...............................................3...................................................2...2 Power-On Sequence .................................................................... 3... 56 Chapter 3 Adjustment 3...............2 Disassembly Flowchart.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................5............3.............1 Displaying the Fatal Error Code.......................................2 Singlefunction Printer specific parts................1 Troubleshooting Workflow ..................................1 Required Adjustments ...... 74 4...........................................3.............................................................................2 CR/PF Belt Tension Check....................................................................................................................................................... 2.................... 1.......................................................... 74 4... 69 3............................................................................1 Factors which Affect the Print Quality .................... 46 2.2............................................................................................... 2........................................1 Cleaning........................ 19 19 19 19 20 23 26 26 27 2.....3 Disassembly Flowchart (Printhead/Main Board) ..1 Overview ...................1.......................................... 2.................1 Making the Spring Hook Jig .. 2............ 14 14 15 17 Chapter 2 Disassembly/Reassembly 2.......................................................................2................. 67 67 67 67 68 3.............2..................................................1 CR Motor Heat Protection Control / PF Motor Heat Protection Control ...............4 Routing FFCs/cables ............... 10 1..............................................................3 Common Printer Mechanism .2 Printer Fatal Error Code ...........1... 2......................................2 Lubrication..................... 69 3..................................................M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A Contents Chapter 1 Troubleshooting 1.................4 Unit/Assy ........................2...................................................... 2............... 74 4.........................................3 Scanner Motor Heat Protection Control ..5...1.............................................................................................................................................................................. 1................................. 2........................ 2..............................................2........2................................. 2.................................... 2....................1..1 Operating Environment ......2..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1 Tools ...................................................................2 Details of the Adjustment Program ........2..................... 3............................................................................................................ 31 31 32 34 37 40 42 45 2....................2 Lubrication Points and Instructions................................................... 2............................................1 Overview ...................................................................................................................... 71 Chapter 4 Maintenance 4...............................1..................................3.... 1..........................................................................1 Configuration.........1...... 3..2..................3 Fatal Error Code List...........................................1............. 12 1........5 Checks and Precautions before Disassembling .........2 Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures ................................2 Factors which Affect the Safety of Service Personnel such as Ink Leakage during Operation ........................ 60 3.............2 Adjustment Program.........3.....................................3 Locations of the Parts/Units ..........................2 Jigs ........................................................................................................................................

........ 83 5............................................................................................................................................................. 81 5.............................................................. 84 8 Confidential ..........3........3 Protection for Transportation ...........................1 Connector Diagram .............. 83 5..............................................2 Securing the Paper Support/Paper Support Sub ................................................................1 Securing the CR Unit....................3........... 82 5.................................................................................M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A Chapter 5 Appendix 5...........................................2 Points to be checked before packing the printer.............................................................

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1 Troubleshooting Workflow The following page describes the troubleshooting workflow. then proceed to the troubleshooting. the initial ink charge has not been completed for the product yet. Figure 1-1. • Printer Mechanism specification for the product. the product names are called as follows: • M200 Series: M200/M201 • M205 Series: M205 • M100 Series: M100/M101 • M105 Series: M105 „ This flowchart is compiled based on the following contents. the troubleshooting related to the ADF/Scanner unit is not applied.1. „ If the reason for the return is evident.1 Troubleshooting This section describes the troubleshooting workflow and fatal error information. • Our experience regarding the quality problem. check fatal error code. Follow the flow when troubleshooting problems. *2: In case of “Not Trouble Found”. first check the phenomenon user claims recurs. • ESK’s repair data. Start What is returned reason? Printer failure only Turn on the power*1 ADF/Scanner failure Does printer turn on the power? No (p 11) Yes Is Power-on sequence finished without error? Copy an image 1 Is scanning operation finished without trouble? No No 5 (p 11) 2 Yes (p 11) Yes No ADF failure? Standby condition Yes Print check pattern Does an error occur when printing? Copy an image by ADF Yes (p 11) No Is printing operation finished without trouble? Yes Is ADF operation finished without trouble? 3 Yes No 4 (p 11) No 6 (p 11) Finish*2 *1: If the Hopper of ASF on the returned product touches the LD Roller.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 1. Troubleshooting Workflow (1) Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Workflow 10 Confidential . therefore. 1. „ In this chapter. „ M100/M105 Series are not equipped with the ADF/Scanner unit.

) [Major Occurrence Timing] • Paper eject timing [Troubleshooting] • PE Sensor Lever replacement • PE Sensor replacement (Main Board replacement) • Main Board replacement [Phenomenon] • Poor printing quality • Ink stain on paper • Dot missing • Paper eject without printing [Presumable Cause] • Driver / Panel mis-setting • Contamination of CR scale • Contamination of Printhead cover • Printhead damage • Ink clogging of Printhead • Contamination on Cap Unit / Wiper of Ink System Assy • Ink System Assy damage • Float of Porous Pad on Paper Guide Front • Narrower/Wider PG (out of standard) • PE Sensor Lever damage • PE Sensor damage • Ink tank ventilation film gets wet. Troubleshooting Workflow (2) Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Workflow 11 Confidential . [Major Occurrence Timing] • Power-on timing • Paper loading timing • Paper eject timing [Major Troubleshooting] 1 Perform paper eject operation from operation panel. • Foreign object • Detached parts • PE Sensor Lever • PE Sensor • Porous Pad on Paper Guide Front • Main board No Paper error [Occurrence Condition] This error occurs when top of paper can not be detected correctly by PE Sensor in the specified steps up to completion of the paper loading operation. check the following.) [Major Occurrence Timing] • Paper loading timing • Paper eject timing [Troubleshooting] • PE Sensor Lever replacement • PE Sensor replacement (Main Board replacement) • Main Board replacement ※ This error may occur in the manual duplex printing if the inverted sheet printed on the first side sticks to the second sheet when the first side printing is complete and the sheet is inverted and set to ASF to print on the other side. • Foreign object • Detached parts • Surface condition of LD Roller or PF Roller • PE Sensor Lever • PE Sensor • Main Board • PF Motor Double Feed error [Occurrence Condition] When manual duplex printing is selected using the printer driver. CR Unit moves back in the opposite direction so that customer can remove the paper. Poor Paper Loading [Presumable Cause] • Use of 3rd party media • Edge guide mis-setting • Foreign material • Part come-off • Contamination of LD Roller or PF roller [Major Troubleshooting] • Recommendation of EPSON media • Edge guide re-setting • Foreign material removal • Part re-installation • Roller replacement [Major Troubleshooting] • Driver / Panel re-setting • CR Scale replacement • Printhead cover cleaning • Printhead cleaning • Printhead replacement • Rubber cleaning of Cap Unit • Ink System Assy replacement • Porous Pad re-installation • Printer replacement • PE Sensor Lever replacement • PE Sensor replacement (Main Board replacement) • Ink tank replacement Abnormal Noise [Presumable Cause] • Foreign material • Insufficient grease • Gear damage [Major Troubleshooting] • Foreign material removal • Lubrication of grease • Gear replacement Blank printing [Phenomenon] • Blank printing [Presumable Cause] • Valve closes • Ink tank ventilation film gets wet • Ink tube crumples • Ink tube connection is incomplete Scanner failure [Presumable Cause] • Contamination of Scanner Glass • Contamination of Document Pad • CIS Unit bonding failure • CIS Unit damage • Scanner Motor damage • Insufficient grease [Major Troubleshooting] • Scanner Glass cleaning • Document Pad cleaning • Document Pad replacement • CIS Unit replacement • Scanner Motor replacement • Lubrication of grease ADF Unit failure [Phenomenon] • Paper is not fed • Multi-feed • Paper jam • Skewed document [Presumable Cause] • Deterioration of Pickup Roller • Deterioration of ADF Pad Assy • Damage to gears • Damage to Scanner Motor • Contamination on document glass • Foreign object • Damage to ADF Paper Guide Cover Assy • Deterioration of Paper Eject Roller • Scanner Carriage failure [Major Troubleshooting] • Replace ADF Paper Guide Cover Assy • Replace ADF Pad Assy • Clean document glass • Remove foreign material • Replace ADF Unit • Replace Scanner Unit [Major Troubleshooting] • Open valve • Ink tank replacement • Ink tube re-installation Figure 0-1. • Fail Occurs paper jam error again. [Major Troubleshooting] • PS Unit replacement • Main Board replacement Incomplete Initial Ink Charge Maintenance error Ink End error Paper Jam Fatal error [Occurrence Condition] Ink LED is ON and STM indicates "Initial ink charging is not complete". (The error occurs no matter when the actual length is longer or shorter than the theoretical length specified in the driver. [Occurrence Condition] This error occurs when maintenance counter in EEPROM exceeds the specified value. (The error occurs when the actual length is longer than the theoretical length specified in the driver. [Occurrence Condition] This error occurs when ink in Ink Cartridge is empty. B)If damage in the above 2. [Occurrence Condition] This error occurs when CR Unit is blocked by jammed paper. Paper Size Unmatch error Poor Printing [Occurrence Condition] This error occurs if the actual paper length detected by PE Sensor does not match with the paper length specified in the printer driver. (No paper / No loading / large paper skew) [Major Occurrence Timing] • Paper loading timing [Major Troubleshooting] 1 Set paper in ASF and perform paper feed operation. check foreign materials / parts come-off / parts transformation in paper path. • Success Starts paper feeding operation again if printer has print data. 2 If fail in the above 1.(p 10) [Major Troubleshooting] • Remove jammed paper ※ On this product. 3 Perform paper eject operation from operation panel again. 4 Check the following if failed in Step 3. • Success Starts paper feeding operation again if printer has print data. 3 [Troubleshooting] • Refill ink and reset ink counter by panel.3 Fatal Error Code List (p14)". this error occurs. set paper in ASF and move edge guides to appropriate position. 2 If the paper stops before reaching PE Sensor. [Major Occurrence Timing] • Print start timing [Major Occurrence Timing] • Power-on timing • Print start timing • Cleaning timing [Major Occurrence Timing] • Power-on timing • Print start timing • Cleaning timing [Major Occurrence Timing] • Power-on timing [Troubleshooting] • Perform initial ink charge *: If the printer can turn on but turns off right away. this error occurs if the actual paper length detected by PE Sensor does not match with the paper length specified in the printer driver. [Troubleshooting] • Porous Pad replacement & Maintenance counter reset 4 Error is indicated during printing nozzle check pattern. remove the paper by opening Scanner Unit. the protection circuit may cut off the power due to an error such as a circuit failure. 5 Problems related to print result or during printing (p 10) Scanning cannot be performed successfully 6 ADF does not operate normally (p 10) (p 10) Paper Jam error [Occurrence Condition] This error occurs when top/ bottom of paper is not detected by PE Sensor in the specified steps of paper loading / ejecting operation correctly. However. if CR Unit touches jammed paper. 3 A)If paper is OK. • Fail Occurs paper jam error again. if CR Unit cannot move in this sequence. and perform 2 again. remove it and check the paper condition. 4 If the problem is not solved by 3-A) & 3-B).M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series 1 The power-on sequence does not start (p 10) No Power* [Presumable Cause] • PS Unit damage • Main Board damage Revision A 2 Error is indicated during power-on sequence(p 10) Fatal error Please refer to " 1.

„ Initial ink charge has finished and every cartridge has sufficient ink. the CR Unit position is monitored according to the signals from the CR Encoder. Note 1: The rotation directions of the PF Motor are as follows. 3-2. *5: Executed when the detected temperature is under 5 oC (41oF) by the thermistor on the Printhead. „ No paper on the paper path. 3-3. Detecting ink cartridge and initializing ink system*4 4-1. Condition 1: Normal Power-on Sequence Operation*1 CR Unit/PF Roller movement and position*2 1. The preconditions are as follows. the PF Motor rotates clockwise for one second and releases the CR lock.The distance from the position where the CR Unit touched to the Left Frame is regarded as the standard distance from the origin position. Red CR lock is set White CR lock is released *3: The fatal error occurs if there is a problem such as the fuse blew. Clockwise: Paper is fed normally Counterclockwise: Paper is fed backward *2: The conditions of the CR lock are as follows. „ The Printhead is capped with the Cap Assy. From then on. 3-6.*3 2. and the home position is fixed. Printhead initialization and fuse inspection 1-1.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 1. the CR Unit moves to the 80-digit side slowly until it touches the Left Frame.To detect ink.The CR Unit moves to the 80-digit side slowly and confirms it touches the Change Lever (CR lock). and checks for the fuse on the circuit boards in the printer. 3-5. „ The CR Unit is normally fixed by the Change Lever. 3-4. 5. 3.While checking if the CR Unit does not touch the Change Lever (CR lock) or the foreign material.2 Power-On Sequence This section describes the power-on sequences in two conditions.After the PE Sensor checks if paper exists. Low temperature operation sequence*5 5-1.The CR Unit returns to its home position. † Condition 1: Normal power-on sequence (See Table 1-1.The CR Unit moves to the 0-digit side slowly. the CR Unit moves back and forth between near the Change Lever and near the Left Frame for two times. Table 1-1.The CR Unit moves to near its home position quickly. *4: The empty suction operation may occur depending on the situation. Troubleshooting Power-On Sequence 12 Confidential .) „ Turning on the printer after turning it off without an error. Checking for waste ink overflow 2-1. „ Maintenance error recovery has never been performed. 4.Initializes the Printhead. 4-2. Seeking the home position 3-1.The CR Unit quickly moves back and forth between near the Change Lever and near the Left Frame for two times.Checks the waste ink counter if the waste ink overflow is occurring.

*1 4-3. the printer turns into the paper jam fatal error for the third time.1 (Table 1-1) is executed again. „ There still remains paper on the paper path out of the detecting area of the PE Sensor. Then.4.The CR Unit quickly returns to its home position.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A † Condition 2: Power-on sequence after recovering from a paper jam error (See Table 1-2. the dedicated software that can be downloaded from the web site which can be accessed from STM3 is required.The CR Unit moves to the 80-digit side and confirms there is no paper.) Troubleshooting Power-On Sequence 13 Confidential . the counter threshold of the maintenance error is changed to threshold value 2 after performing recovery from the maintenance error. „ To recover from the maintenance error. to notify the possibility of ink leakage out of the printer.*2 Note *1: “Paper exists” is detected when the CR Unit touches the paper. the power-on sequence of condition 1 (Table 1-1) is executed from No. the waste ink counter is changed back to the threshold value (1) after recovering from the maintenance error. Table 1-2. „ Maintenance error recovery has never been performed.3 on the normal power-on sequence (Table 1-1).The CR Unit returns to its home position. • When the waste ink counter reaches the threshold value (1) for the first time and the maintenance error occurs. is displayed every time the waste ink counter increases by 1%. the warning.5. • After the threshold value (2) is enabled. 4-2. *2: If the paper jam error cannot be solved after repeating the power-on sequence on condition 2 (Table 1-2) twice. Condition 2: Power-on Sequence after Recovering from a Paper Jam Error Operation CR Unit/PF Roller movement and position Executes No. the maintenance error occurs.1 to No. „ The printer operation related to the maintenance error recovery is as follows. When the user removes the paper and releases the paper jam error by panel operation. the normal power-on sequence from No. and the warning is displayed repeatedly according to the increment of the waste ink counter until the maintenance error occurs when the threshold value (2) is reached. (Recovery from the maintenance error can be performed up to the specified number of times. and displays on the LCD or with flashing LEDs that the paper jam error occurs. • If the waste ink counter reaches the threshold value (2).) „ Turning on the printer after turning it off with a paper jam fatal error. 4. When “paper does not exist” is detected. Detecting remaining paper 4-1.

3 Fatal Error Code List This section describes how to check the fatal error code. The code can be displayed on the LCD of the control panel by a special panel operation.2 Printer Fatal Error Code (p15)". „ Only the printer fatal error code can be displayed by this panel operation. Displaying the Fatal Error Code (2) Troubleshooting Fatal Error Code List 14 Confidential . Displaying the Fatal Error Code (1) 2. 1.3. LCD display FATAL CODE:0x02 Fatal error code Figure 1-3. descriptions. and the possible causes.1 Displaying the Fatal Error Code The fatal error code is stored in the EEPROM on the Main Board and can be read out using the Adjustment Program. description. Press the following buttons simultaneously while the fatal error is occurring.3. „ Menu button „ Stop button „ OK button OK button Stop button Menu button Figure 1-2. and their possible causes. „ For the fatal error codes. Method of displaying the fatal error code 1.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 1. see" 1. Check the displayed fatal error code. The following describes the panel operation for the product to display the fatal error code.

Cap Assy) • Tooth skip of the CR Timing Belt • Improper tension of the CR Timing Belt • Cable disconnection • Main Board failure (Motor driver failure) 02H CR PID excess speed error • CR Encoder failure (contaminated/detached scale.2 Printer Fatal Error Code This section describes the printer fatal error code and the possible cause for this product. foreign object. Encoder Sensor failure) • Main Board failure (Motor driver failure) CR PID reverse error • CR Encoder failure (contaminated/detached scale.3. Encoder Sensor failure) • CR Motor failure • CR Unit drive mechanism overload (paper jam. vibration or the like. Cap Assy) • Cable disconnection • Main Board failure (Motor driver failure) 08H CR load position reverse error • CR Encoder failure (contaminated/detached scale. (Paper Guide Upper Assy. deformation of the Main Frame) • Tooth skip of the PF Timing Belt • Improper tension of the PF Timing Belt • Cable disconnection • Main Board failure (Motor driver failure) PF PID excess speed error • • • • 03H DC motor error 09H 0AH F1H F2H Troubleshooting PF Encoder failure (contaminated/detached scale.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 1. insufficient grease. foreign object. deformation of the Main Frame) • Some part may be detached. Encoder Sensor failure) • Tooth skip of the CR Timing Belt • Improper tension of the CR Timing Belt • Paper jam • Main Board failure (Motor driver failure) CR load position excess load error • CR Motor failure • CR Unit drive mechanism overload (paper jam. Change Lever failure) • Cable disconnection • Main Board failure (Motor driver failure) PF PID excess load error • PF Motor failure • PF drive mechanism overload (paper jam. Table 1-3. insufficient grease. (Paper Guide Upper Assy. insufficient grease. Fatal Error List (Printer) Error type Error code Error name Possible cause 01H CR PID excess load error • CR Motor failure • CR Unit drive mechanism overload (paper jam. foreign object. • Tooth skip of the CR Timing Belt • Paper jam • Main Board failure (Motor driver failure) 04H CR PID lock error • CR Encoder failure (contaminated/detached scale. foreign object. Encoder Sensor failure) Tooth skip of the PF Timing Belt Improper tension of the PF Timing Belt Main Board failure (Motor driver failure) Fatal Error Code List 15 Confidential . Encoder Sensor failure) • Main Board failure (Motor driver failure) CR load position excess speed error • CR Encoder failure (contaminated/detached scale. deformation of the Main Frame) • Some part may be detached. Encoder Sensor failure) • Some external force is applied to the printer such as stopping the CR Unit during printer operation.

Encoder Sensor failure) • Tooth skip of the PF Timing Belt • Improper tension of the PF Timing Belt PF load position excess speed error • • • • PF Encoder failure (contaminated/detached scale. Encoder Sensor failure) Tooth skip of the PF Timing Belt Improper tension of the PF Timing Belt Main Board failure (Motor driver failure) FAH PF load position excess load error • • • • • PF Motor failure PF drive mechanism overload (paper jam. insufficient grease. Encoder Sensor failure) • PF Motor failure • PF drive mechanism overload (paper jam. Fatal Error List (Printer) Error type Error code Error name Possible cause PF PID reverse error • • • • • • F4H PF PID lock error • PF Encoder failure (contaminated/detached scale. Encoder Sensor failure) Tooth skip of the PF Timing Belt Improper tension of the PF Timing Belt Paper jam Paper is pulled out from the ASF side when paper is fed Main Board failure (Motor driver failure) • Printhead failure • Main Board failure 50H Home position error • • • • 56H Contact error at ink replacement timing (Power-off) • Foreign object • Ink Cartridges are not installed correctly • Paper jam Sequence error Foreign object Deformation of the Main Frame Change Lever failure Paper jam Sequence error 5BH Insoluble paper jam error • • • • Circuit error 80H Circuit error (include blowout of a fuse) • Main Board failure Troubleshooting Foreign object Deformation of the Main Frame Change Lever failure Paper jam Fatal Error Code List 16 Confidential . foreign object. deformation of the Main Frame) • Cable disconnection • Main Board failure (Motor driver failure) F8H PF load position reverse error • PF Encoder failure (contaminated/detached scale.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A Table 1-3. foreign object) Tooth skip of the PF Timing Belt Improper tension of the PF Timing Belt Cable disconnection D1H CR (PID) driving time error • Main Board failure (Firmware failure) D2H CR (load position) driving time error • Change Lever failure • CR Motor failure • Main Board failure (Motor driver failure) D3H PF (PID) driving time error • Main Board failure (Firmware failure) D4H PF (BS) driving time error • Change Lever failure • CR Motor failure • Main Board failure (Motor driver failure) 40H Transistor temperature error • Main Board failure 41H X-Hot detect error (pre printing) 42H X-Hot detect error (after flushing) 43H Head temperature error F3H DC motor error F9H Motor drive time error Printhead system error PF Encoder failure (contaminated/detached scale.

Rack section Troubleshooting Fatal Error Code List 17 Confidential .3. Table 1-4. (See Fig.) Rack section Scanner Housing Lower Figure 1-4.3 Scanner Fatal Error Code This section describes the scanner fatal error code and the possible cause for this product. Fatal Error List (Scanner) Error code Error name Possible cause Home position detection error • • • • • • • • CIS Module failure Scanner Housing Upper failure (home seek pattern*1 is dirty) Scanner Housing Lower failure (the rack section*2 is damaged) Scanner Motor failure Insufficient grease Foreign object FFC disconnection/failure Main Board failure Measurement error • • • • • Scanner Motor failure Insufficient grease Foreign object Gear failure Deformation of the shaft 20H LED lightning error • • • • CIS Module failure Foreign object Scanner Housing Upper failure (white standard pattern*1 is dirty) Main Board failure 36H Paper jam error • Paper jam • Loading/ejecting papers out of the standard range or curled papers • Using long papers (Legal or longer) 10H 14H Note *1: The home seek pattern and the white standard pattern are attached on the back of the Scanner Housing Upper near the home position. *2: The rack section is the linearly-arranged toothed area on the Scanner Housing Lower. 1-4.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 1.

CHAPTER 2 DISASSEMBLY/REASSEMBLY Confidential .

1. the product names are called as follows: „ M200 Series: M200/M201 „ M205 Series: M205 „ M100 Series: M100/M101 „ M105 Series: M105 This chapter describes procedures for disassembling the main parts/units of this product.1 Making the Spring Hook Jig Fold a clip (commercial item) as shown in Fig. disassembled parts/units can be reassembled by reversing the disassembly procedure. 2.3 Detailed Disassembly/Reassembly Procedure for each Part/ Unit (p46)".2. Making the Spring Hook Jig Disassembly/Reassembly Overview 19 Confidential . When you have to remove units or parts that are not described in this chapter.1. Figure 2-1.2 Jigs Name Quantity EPSON Part Code Spring hook jig* 1 Can be made with a commercial item See " Making the Spring Hook Jig (p19)". 2. 2: EPSON provides the tools listed with EPSON part code. Read the "Safety Precautions(p3)" before disassembling and reassembling.1. See the cautions or tips for disassembly/reassembly described in "2.1 Overview In this chapter.0 mm) 2 Commercially available Sonic tension meter 1 1294120 Note *: If performing the disassembling/reassembling procedure is difficult using tweezers such as when reassembling " Cap Lever / Cap Assy (p52)". 2-1. 2. After folding Before folding 40 mm or more Fold here Clip Clip Fold appropriate length to hitch a spring. Unless otherwise specified. Thickness gauge (1.5 mm) 2 Commercially available Thickness gauge (2.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 2. the spring hook jig helps you to remove/attach the spring easier.1 Tools Use only specified tools to avoid damaging the printer. see the exploded diagrams of SPI (Service Parts Information). Name Availability EPSON Part Code (+) Phillips screwdriver #1 O 1080530 (+) Phillips screwdriver #2 O --- Flathead screwdriver O --- Flathead Precision screwdriver #1 O --- Tweezers O --- Longnose pliers O --- Acetate tape --- 1003963 Note 1: Some of the tools listed above are commercially available.

9. Exterior Parts Disassembly/Reassembly Overview 20 Confidential .M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 2. † Exterior parts 1 Front Right 5 2 3 6 4 8 Left 7 No.6 (p42) / ADF Document Support (p42) / ADF Pad Assy (p42) • Scanner Unit (p42) Scanner Housing Upper (p42) / Scanner Carriage Unit (p42) / Scanner Housing Lower (p42) / CIS Module Unit (p42) / Scanner Motor (p42) 9 Paper Support (p34) 10 Paper Support Sub (p34) Figure 2-2. The parts/units which can not be seen in the following pictures are indicated in dotted lines ( ).3 Locations of the Parts/Units This section shows the locations of the main parts/units of this product.1. Name 1 Housing Rear (p34) 2 Tray Front Assy (p34) 3 Frame Base Assy (p41) 4 Panel Unit (p37) Panel Board (p43) / Panel Button (p43) / Panel Housing Upper Assy (p43) 5 Hinge (p34) (M200/M205 Series) 6 Housing Right (p34) 7 Housing Left Assy (p34) • Housing Left (p43) • Ethernet Cover (p43) (M200/M100 Series) 10 Rear 9 No. Name 8 ADF/Scanner Unit (p34) (M200/M205 Series) • ADF Unit (p42) ADF Paper Guide Cover Assy (p35) / Paper Support Cover (p35) / Bevel Gear Shaft (p42) / Combination Gear 24.

Name No. Printer Mechanism: Front 1 2 3 4 No. Printer Mechanism: Right Disassembly/Reassembly Overview 21 Confidential . 17 16 15 12 Name No. Name 1 Hopper (p45) 3 Cap Assy (p36) 2 Cap Lever (p39) 4 Porous Pad for Cap Assy (p36) Figure 2-4. Name 1 CR Driven Pulley Assy (p41) 11 Paper Guide Upper Assy (p44) 2 CR Scale (p41) 12 Adapter Cover (p35) 3 CR Timing Belt (p44) 13 Ink Supply Tank Cover (p34) 4 Printhead (p34) 5 CR Encoder Sensor (p44) 14 6 Adapter (p35) Ink Supply Tank Assy (p35) Cap (p35) / Valve Lever (p43) / Ink Supply Tank Tube Assy (p43) / Housing Ink Supply Tank (p43) / Ink Supply Tank (p43) 7 CR Unit (p44) 15 Ink Supply Tube Guide 1st (p35) 8 PF Roller Unit (p44) 16 Joint (p35) 9 Star Wheel Holder Assy (p36) 17 Ink Supply Tube Guide 2nd (p35) 10 Paper Guide Front Unit (p34) 18 Ink Supply Tube (p35) Figure 2-3.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A † Printer mechanism 3 4 2 5 13 6 1 7 14 18 8 9 10 11 No.

2 4 5 6 8 7 Name No. Name 8 3 9 4 10 5 6 11 No. Printer Mechanism: Rear Disassembly/Reassembly Overview 22 Confidential .M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 1 3 No. Printer Mechanism: Left 2 1 7 No. Name 1 CR Motor (p40) 7 Waste Ink Pad Assy (p34) 2 Pump Unit (p44) 8 Paper Back Lever (p34) 3 LD Roller Assy (p40) 9 Retard Roller Assy (p34) 4 LD Roller Cover (p41) 10 PE Sensor Lever (p40) 5 Head FFC (p44) 11 PS Unit (p40) 6 Main Board (p40) Figure 2-6. Name 1 Wireless LAN Module (p40) (M205/M105 Series) 5 PF Timingbelt (p40) 2 EJ Roller (p36) 6 PF Scale (p40) 3 Ethernet Board Assy (p36) (M200/M100 Series) 7 PF Encoder Sensor (p40) 4 PF Motor Assy (p44) 8 EJ Roller Gear (p40) Figure 2-5.

Standard Operation Time Time (mm:ss) Parts/Unit Replacement Adjustment/ inspection Total Housing Rear 0:36 0:36 Paper Support 0:09 0:09 Paper Support Sub 0:23 Tray Front Assy 0:22 0:23 1:35 1:57 Tray Front 0:15 0:15 Tray Front Support 0:22 0:22 Paper Guide Front Unit 0:49 8:13 9:02 Waste Ink Pad Assy 0:42 0:45 1:27 Paper Back Lever 1:52 Retard Roller Assy 2:00 FFC Cover Outer 0:26 0:26 Holder Board 0:56 0:56 Printhead 2:20 ADF Paper Guide Cover Assy 0:25 0:25 ADF Cable Cover 0:27 0:27 Paper Support Cover 0:06 0:06 Document Mat 0:13 0:13 Adapter Cover 0:18 0:18 Ink Supply Tube Guide 1st 0:45 0:45 Tube Guide Sheet Sub 0:55 0:55 Tube Pressing Plate 0:34 0:34 Ink Supply Tube Guide 2nd 1:11 1:11 Joint 0:25 0:25 Adapter 0:33 0:33 Tube Guide Sheet 1:35 1:35 Ink Supply Tube 1:54 1:54 Star Wheel Holder Assy 1:34 1:34 Ink Supply Tank Cover 0:06 0:06 Ink Tube Cover 0:16 0:16 Ink Supply Tank Assy 1:54 1:54 Ink Supply Tank Side Porous Pad 1:25 1:25 Ink Supply Tank Upper Porous Pad 2:44 2:44 Cap 0:25 0:25 Valve Lever 1:08 1:08 Ink Supply Tank 1:32 1:32 Ink Supply Tank Tube Assy 1:32 1:32 Disassembly/Reassembly Overview 1:52 0:47 18:47 2:47 21:07 23 Confidential .1. The underlined parts/units are supplied as After Service Parts.4 Standard Operation Time for Servicing the Product The following are the standard operation time for servicing the product. perform the repair work referring to this standard operation time though the time varies due to the structural difference between models.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 2. Table 2-1. This standard operation time was determined with the MTTR result measured using the prototype of M200/M205 Series which have the most functions. For other models described in this manual.

9.8 6:04 6:04 ADF Driven Gears 6:42 6:42 ADF Upper Frame Assy 6:44 6:44 ADF Pad Assy 7:23 7:23 ADF Base Assy 6:15 3:30 Scanner Unit 6:15 2:52 6:22 Scanner Housing Upper 5:05 5:05 CIS Module Unit 5:28 5:28 Spacer 5:44 5:44 CIS Module 5:44 5:44 Scanner Motor Gear Cover 5:58 5:58 Combination Gear 18.66 6:05 6:05 Scanner Carriage Unit 6:09 6:09 Scanner Motor 8:25 8:25 CIS Holder Unit 8:25 8:25 Scanner Housing Lower 6:09 6:09 4:19 4:19 4:25 4:25 Panel FFC Cover 3:04 3:04 Hinge 3:02 3:02 Housing Right 5:32 5:32 Strengthen Plate Upper 4:09 4:09 Strengthen Plate Lower 4:10 4:10 Cap Assy 5:06 5:06 Cap Lever 5:15 5:15 Porous Pad for Cap Assy 5:21 5:21 Star Wheel Holder Assy 1:52 3:18 5:10 EJ Roller 3:48 3:18 7:04 Housing Left Ethernet Cover 5:27 5:27 Panel Housing Upper Assy 6:01 6:01 Panel Board 7:33 7:33 Panel Button 9:04 9:04 Panel Unit Disassembly/Reassembly Overview 24 Confidential . Standard Operation Time Time (mm:ss) Parts/Unit Replacement Adjustment/ inspection Total Housing Ink Supply Tank 1:32 ADF/SCN Unit 2:46 2:52 5:38 3:32 2:52 6:24 ADF Unit 1:32 ADF Hinge Left 5:28 5:28 ADF Document Support 7:06 7:06 ADF Hinge Right 3:53 3:53 Cover Gear Assy 4:29 4:29 Bevel Gear Shaft 4:34 4:34 Combination Gear 24.4.4 / 25.6 4:33 4:33 ADF Frame Assy 5:04 5:04 ADF Front Frame 6:00 6:00 Spur Gear 20.9.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A Table 2-1.

5 17:22 PF Roller Unit 20:21 5:51 26:12 PF Motor Assy 21:12 1:08 22:20 21:12 6:53 28:05 Frame Base Disassembly/Reassembly Overview 17:22 25 Confidential .137 7:46 7:46 Clutch 7:50 7:50 LD Roller Shaft Assy Shield Plate Main Board 7:50 7:50 7:43 7:43 EEPROM Data Copy OK 8:39 1:10 9:49 EEPROM Data Copy NG 8:39 28:27 37:06 CR Motor 9:08 1:00 10:08 PE Sensor Lever 10:05 0:47 10:52 CR Scale 9:16 3:07 12:23 CR Driven Pulley Assy 9:48 9:48 CR Scale Cover Frame 8:35 8:35 LD Roller Cover 8:59 8:59 FFC Holder 9:06 9:06 Main Frame Assy 16:06 12:45 28:51 Antistatic Cloth 14:40 Paper Guide Upper Assy 18:54 8:50 27:44 CR Unit 17:42 11:21 29:03 17:56 0:40 18:36 CR Timing Belt CR Encoder Sensor Head FFC Frame Base Assy 14:40 18:08 18:08 17:42 17:42 14:12 7:28 17:13 Pomp Unit 21:40 17:13 Spur Gear 16.2 7:34 7:34 Extension Spring 0. Standard Operation Time Time (mm:ss) Parts/Unit Replacement Panel Housing Upper Adjustment/ inspection Total 9:04 9:04 Housing Front 7:00 7:00 Main Board FFC Holder 4:45 4:45 Ethernet Board Assy 5:05 5:05 Wireless LAN Module 4:53 4:53 EJ Roller Gear 4:33 4:33 PF Motor Cover 4:28 4:28 PS Unit 4:41 PF Scale Sheet 4:29 4:29 PF Encoder Sensor 4:43 4:43 PF Scale 4:55 4:55 PF Grounding Spring 5:02 PF Driven Pulley Assy 5:39 1:10 6:49 PF Timing Belt 6:26 1:10 7:36 Hopper 5:00 3:03 8:03 7:30 0:47 LD Roller Assy 1:28 6:09 5:02 8:17 Spur Gear 37.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A Table 2-1.

5. In order to prevent this from occurring. The ink in the ink tanks is vented to atmosphere through this film to keep ink supply to the Printhead stable. How to Place the Ink Tank Assy Disassembly/Reassembly Overview 26 Confidential .5 Checks and Precautions before Disassembling 2.1. If the film gets wet with ink. Otherwise. make sure to place the Ink Supply Tank Assy as shown below after removing it. and the printing failure may occur.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 2. OK Ink Supply Tank Assy NG Ink Supply Tank Assy Ink Supply Tank Assy Ink Supply Tank Assy Do not place the Ink Supply Tank Assy with its film side down. Figure 2-7. the ink in the tanks is not properly vented and printing may not be capable.1 Factors which Affect the Print Quality HOW TO PLACE THE INK TANK ASSY WHEN DISASSEMBLING/REASSEMBLING The film under sealing film attached on the Ink Supply Tank Assy of this printer is ventilation film. ink in the Ink Supply Tank Assy may reach and cover the ventilation film.1.

5.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 2. C icon in disassembly/reassembly flowchart. (See "2. This section describes the parts that may cause ink spill and the means to minimize the ink spill when removing the parts. B Ink Supply Tank Tube Assy (w/Valve Assy) Adapter Ink Supply Tube Removing the Ink Supply Tube from the Adapter C • Removing the Ink Supply Tank Tube Assy / Ink Supply Tube from the Joint • Removing the Ink Supply Tube from the Adapter Note : These parts are indicated with the (p31)".1. THE PARTS THAT MAY CAUSE INK SPILL WHEN REMOVING Parts Joint Ink Supply Tank When ink may spill Location Removing the Ink Supply Tank Tube Assy / Ink Supply Tube from the Joint • Removing the tubes of the Ink Supply Tank Tube Assy from the Joint • Removing the tubes of the Ink Supply Tank Tube Assy from the Ink Supply Tank A A.) A. Location Disassembly/Reassembly Overview 27 Confidential .2 Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures Joint Adapter Ink Supply Tank Assy C A B Ink Supply Tube Ink Supply Tank Tube Assy Figure 2-8.2 Factors which Affect the Safety of Service Personnel such as Ink Leakage during Operation Ink may spill when removing the following parts from L350/L300/L355/L210/L110 Series.

Figure 2-9. † Choke Valve is closed Do not turn the Valve Lever too much when closing the Choke Valve.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A MEANS DO TO MINIMIZE THE INK SPILL Even observing the points described in this section. Therefore. be careful not to contaminate the inside of the printer or its surroundings by preparing the container to receive the leaked ink. make sure that the Adapter is removed from the Carriage. „ When removing the Ink Supply Tank Tube Assy (w/Valve Assy). „ After reassembling is complete: Open the Choke Valve to perform the print inspection. Disassembly/Reassembly Overview 28 Confidential . „ Before returning the printer to the user after repairing: Make sure to turn the Valve Lever up to the choke position to close the Choke Valve before packing the printer. confirm that the printer is in the following condition. „ When removing the Ink Supply Tube Assy. Before disassembling. Ink path Adapter Carriage Ink valve Figure 2-10. Open position Choke position Valve Lever Valve Lever Choke position (When checking with the Valve Lever removed. all the ink in the tube will spill. some ink will spill from both ends of the tube even the Valve Lever is closed. otherwise. the Valve Lever and/or Valve Assy may get damaged. „ Before disassembling: Turn the Valve Lever and be sure to close the Choke Valve. Adapter The Adapter has an ink valve which cuts off the ink path when removing the Adapter from the Carriage. ink may spill in the following situations. Opening/closing the Choke Valve † Adapter is removed Before disconnecting the joint parts of the ink path.) Valve shaft Choke Valve shaft is secured more tightly in Choke position than in Open position. or the like.

and then discharge ink according to the procedure.2 mm) • Tube (capable to be connected to the joint) Prior to the following steps. discharge ink from the Ink Supply Tank as follows. „ Necessary tools • Container for each discharged ink • Injector (with a tip of φ3. ADF/Scanner Unit. 2. Housing Right. 3. Remove the Housing Rear. Open the choke valve to discharge the ink in the Ink Supply Tank Assy to the container. connect the injector with the tube. With the choke value closed (p 28).M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A DISCHRGING INK FROM THE INK SUPPLY TANK Discharging ink is recommended only when disconnecting the Ink Supply Tank Tube Assy from the Ink Supply Tank. Before performing the above disconnection. „ Discharging procedure 1. Housing Left. Prepare a container for ink to discharge. 4. Ink Supply Tank Assy Ink Supply Tank Tube Joint Container for discharged ink Figure 2-11. Discharging Ink (1) Disassembly/Reassembly Overview 29 Confidential . Hinge. place the Ink Supply Tank Assy on a place where its bottom is higher than the top of the Printhead. then disconnect the Ink Supply Tank Tube from the joint and put its tip into the container for the ink.

and make sure to refill each ink back to the correct tank from the corresponding ink supply hole. Open the choke valve again.2 mm) Tube Joint Figure 2-12. and then connect the Ink Supply Tank Tube Assy to the joint. When the ink stops flowing from the tube. the discharged ink of each color should be refilled back to the Ink Supply Tank before performing the adjustment. and connect the tube connected with the injector to the joint.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 5. Confirm the colors indicated on the film of the Ink Supply Tank so as not to mistake them. Close the choke valve and disconnect the tube from the injector. then connect the Ink Supply Tube to the joint. „ After all the reassembling work is complete. Discharging Ink (2) „ It is recommended that the ink in the Ink Supply Tank should be discharged completely before proceeding to disassembling/reassembling. Disconnect the Ink Supply Tube from the joint. Injector (tip of φ 3. and suck up the remaining ink in the Ink Supply Tank into the injector. 6. close the choke valve. 8. Ink supply hole Disassembly/Reassembly Overview Ink Supply Tank Assy 30 Confidential . 7.

detailed procedures or precautions are provided (accordingly indicated by icons and cell's color). (See "2.1 Multifunction Printer specific parts Describes the disassembly flowchart for the Multifunction Printerspecific parts M200 Series M205 Series 2.2.2.2. Each section describes the following contents.2 Singlefunction Printer specific parts 2.2 Singlefunction Printer specific parts Describes the disassembly flowchart for the Singlefunction Printerspecific parts M100 Series M105 Series 2. Refer to the explanations in the example chart below and perform an appropriate disassembling and assembling procedure.2.2.2.2.2.2.1 Configuration This section describes the configuration of the disassembly flowchart.) For routing cables. “Singlefunction Printer specific parts”. The disassembly flowchart is divided into the “Multifunction Printer specific parts”.1 Multifunction Printer specific parts 2. No.4 Unit/Assy Describes the disassembly flowchart for the Unit/Assy components Common to all models Multifunction Printer Singlefunction Printer START START 2.2.4 Unit/Assy Figure 2-13.2.4 Unit/Assy 2.2.2.2. see "2.2.2. 2.4 Routing FFCs/cables (p56)".2. and the “Unit/Assy”.2 Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures This section describes procedures for disassembling the parts/units in a flowchart format.4 Unit/Assy 2.2.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 2. “Common Printer Mechanism”.2. Item Description Compatible Model 2.3 Common Printer Mechanism Describes the disassembly flowchart for the Printer Mechanism common in the Multifunction Printer and Singlefunction Printer Common to all models 2. Configuration Disassembly/Reassembly Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures 31 Confidential . For some parts/units.3 Detailed Disassembly/Reassembly Procedure for each Part/Unit (p46)".3 Common Printer Mechanism 2.2.2.

The functions and differences according to the models are as follows. • Panel Unit • Main Board • Shield Plate Wireless LAN The Wireless LAN Module is not mounted on the models without the Wireless LAN. Components According to Functions Item Specification ADF/Scanner The following part is not mounted on the models without the ADF/Scanner.2. Therefore.2 Disassembly Flowchart WF-2540 / WF-2530 / WF-2520 / WF-2510 / WF-2010 series described in this manual have differences in their structure because the same printer mechanism is used for some of them and the composition of housings or functions differs. parts and units are colored and classified into 2 types in the flowchart given in this section. Wired LAN „ The Ethernet Board Assy is not mounted on the models without the Wired LAN. Table 2-2. „ Common parts/unit: Black „ Model-specific parts/unit: Red Disassembly/Reassembly Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures 32 Confidential . • ADF/Scanner Unit • Main Board FFC Holder Panel The shape and unit of components below differ due to the difference of specifications of Panel.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 2. „ The shape and unit of components of the Housing Left Assy differ due to the support/unsupport of the Wired LAN. Function List According to Models Multifunction Printer Item ADF/Scanner Panel Singlefunction Printer M200 Series M205 Series M100 Series M105 Series O O --- --- 2Line Bitmap type O O --- --- LED & Button type --- --- O O --- O --- O Wireless LAN Wired LAN Disassembly Flowchart Start Position O --- O --- p 34 p 34 p 37 p 37 Table 2-3.

rib. disconnect the FFC or cable from the connector.1. Item White letters indicate a part/unit supplied as an ASP. Indicates the reference page in blue-letter Indicates a practice or condition that could result in damage to. Frame Base Assy --- 1 --(p21) (p27) (p22) Icon Disassembly/Reassembly (p43) Reference page 1 : Indicates the connection to the disassembly flowchart for the Unit/Assy A : Indicates the connection between the disassembly flowchart i : Indicates the connection to the Common Printer Mechanism Note "*": Parts/unit name Shows the screw types and the specified torque on the “Screw type/torque list”. Indicates the reference page in blue-letter Indicates particular routing of cables is required. If the name of FFC or a cable is shown. Housing Rear The box with only part names means the removal of the parts. 4 S4 Shows removal/installation as a unit/assy. and should be replaced with a new one for reassembly. The name enclosed in gray indicate a part/unit that must be removed on the way to the target parts. Indicates the reference page in blue-letter Indicates particular adjustment(s) is/are required. or destruction of equipment if not strictly observed. Indicates the reference page in blue-letter Indicates the parts that are inevitably broken in the disassembling procedure. Indicates the reference page in blue-letter Indicates the parts that may cause the ink spill when they are removed. Shows necessary procedures before removing the following parts. 2. Shows the procedure number on the “FFC/ cable list”. --- Indicates the points secured with other than a screw such as a hook.* Paper Guide Upper Assy (p29) „CR Timing Belt „FFC/ Cable *1 Black letters indicate a part/ unit not supplied as an ASP. Indicates the reference page in blue-letter Indicates supplementary explanation for disassembly is given. Description Reference White-letter Part/unit supplied as an ASP --- Black-letter Part/unit not supplied as an ASP --- Indicates a practice or condition that could result in injury or loss of life if not strictly observed. dowel or the like. --- Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures 33 Confidential . Chapter 3 " Adjustment (p59)" Indicates lubrication is required. Chapter 4 " Maintenance (p73)" Indicates the number of screws securing the parts/ units. Indicates the reference page in blue-letter Indicates particular tasks to keep quality of the units are required.5Checks and Precautions before Disassembling (p26) Indicates necessary check items in the disassembling/ assembling procedure. is available.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A The example below shows how to see the charts on the following pages.

B. Therefore.5 kgf·cm 7 S10 C.S-TITE SCREW 2x4 F/ZN-3C 2 ± 0.P-TITE SCREW 2.1 Multifunction Printer specific parts START Housing Rear S6 Paper Support Sub Tray Front Assy Paper Guide Front Unit 1 --- --- 4 4 5 (p 47) (p 59) 2 --- (p 43) 2 --- S7 (p 59) --- 2 1 --- (p 59) Adapter (p35) --- 2 4 2 Ink Tube Cover --- „ CR Encoder FFC 3 (p 73) --- (p 42) (p 35) Adapter Cover (p35) --- 1 B (p 35) (p 54) (p 50) 1 (p 56) A --- Paper Back Lever Paper Support Ink Supply Tank Cover 1 „ Extension spring (x2) ADF/Scanner Unit (p 46) S6 (p 47) „ Scanner FFC „ Grounding wire (x2) S6 FFC Cover Outer Waste Ink Pad Assy --- Holder Board --- Housing Left Assy Panel FFC Cover 5 1 6 S6 S16 (p 47) --- S6 3 (p 43) --- 2 Retard Roller Assy Hinge S7 1 --- --- 2 Common parts/unit „ Head FFC Model-specific parts/unit (p 59) --- Printhead Ink Supply Tank Cover (p34) Paper Support Sub (p34) Paper Support (p34) Ink Tube Cover (p34) Ink Supply Tube Guide 1st (p35) Ink Supply Tank Assy (p35) ii i (p 40) D (p 36) Ink Tube Cover (p34) S10 (p 49) Ink Supply Tube Guide 1st (p35) iii (p 41) 3 Symbol --- S1 C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C 2.6x5 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S3 (p 59) Screw Type Torque C.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C 4 ± 1 kgf·cm S6 C. remove the ADF/Scanner Unit first before replacement.5 kgf·cm Ink Supply Tank Assy (p35) C. if you find it difficult to work.B.B.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZB-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S17 C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C 7 ± 1 kgf·cm S11 C.S-TITE (P2) SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 7 ± 1 kgf·cm S14 C.P-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S13 C.B.B.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S16 C.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C 2 ± 0.B.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 2.P-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm (p 40) S6 (p 47) Panel Unit (p37) Housing Front (p36) Screw type/torque list S4 Housing Right (p34) Panel FFC Cover (p34) (p 35) --- Ink Supply Tank Cover (p34) Hinge (p34) C E (p 36) The following parts can be replaced without removing the ADF/Scanner Unit.S-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZB-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm Flowchart 2-1.5 kgf·cm S15 C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 7 ± 1 kgf·cm S20 C.B. Multifunction Printer specific parts (1) Disassembly/Reassembly Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures 34 Confidential .5x8 F/ZN-3C 2.5 ± 0.B. the working space for replacement is narrow and dark.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZB-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm Housing Right S7 C.P-TITE SCREW 2.2.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S18 C.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S8 C.B.5 kgf·cm S5 C.B. However.P-TITE (S-P1) SCREW 3x12 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S2 C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C 5 ± 1 kgf·cm 3 S9 C.2.B.B. „ Printhead/Holder Board „ Paper Guide Front Unit S12 C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x4 F/ZN-3C 4 ± 1 kgf·cm S21 C.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 8 ± 1 kgf·cm S19 C.B.

Multifunction Printer specific parts (2) Disassembly/Reassembly Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures 35 Confidential .B.6x5 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S3 C.5 kgf·cm S15 C.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C 2.B.5 kgf·cm S5 C.B.P-TITE (S-P1) SCREW 3x12 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S2 C.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S18 C.B.B.S-TITE (P2) SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 7 ± 1 kgf·cm S14 C.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZB-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S17 C.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S8 C.P-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S12 C.B.B.5 ± 0.P-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S13 C.5x8 F/ZN-3C 2.B.B.B.B.B.B.P-TITE SCREW 2.P-TITE SCREW 2.5 kgf·cm S10 C.P-TITE SCREW 3x4 F/ZN-3C 4 ± 1 kgf·cm S21 C.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 7 ± 1 kgf·cm S20 C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZB-3C S7 C.5 kgf·cm S4 C.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 8 ± 1 kgf·cm S19 C.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C 4 ± 1 kgf·cm 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S6 C.S-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZB-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm Flowchart 2-2.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C 7 ± 1 kgf·cm S11 C.B.B.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S16 C.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C 5 ± 1 kgf·cm S9 C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C 2 ± 0.S-TITE SCREW 2x4 F/ZN-3C 2 ± 0.B.B.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series A Revision A (p 34) C ADF Cable Cover ADF Paper Guide Cover Assy --2 (p 46) Paper Support Cover „ Ink Supply Tank Tube --- --- --- 4 2 --- --- (p 55) Document Mat Cap --1 Ink Supply Tube Guide 1st (p35) (p 46) --- (p 34) --- Ink Supply Tank Assy B 5 (p 34) S6 1 (p 49) 3 S7 --- --- 2 --- (p 54) (p 43) S7 --- 1 --- --- Common parts/unit (p 52) 2 Ink Supply Tube --- (p 53) --- Ink Supply Tube Guide 2nd --- (p 54) 4 Ink Supply Tank Side Porous Pad Joint 3 (p 52) Tube Guide Sheet Adapter --- S2 1 Tube Pressing Plate (p35) --- 2 Ink Supply Tube Guide 1st (p 53) „ Ink Supply Tube „ Ink Supply Tank Tube „ Ink Supply Tube Tube Pressing Plate --- 4 S9 „ Ink Supply Tank Tube Tube Guide Sheet Sub Adapter Cover --- Model-specific parts/unit Screw type/torque list --- Symbol --- (p 53) Screw Type Torque S1 C.

B.B.P-TITE (S-P1) SCREW 3x12 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S2 C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZB-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S17 C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C 2 ± 0.B.B. and remove the ferrite core.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S13 C.B.5 kgf·cm S10 C.S-TITE (P2) SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 7 ± 1 kgf·cm S14 C.P-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S12 C.5x8 F/ZN-3C 2.6x5 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S3 C.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series D Revision A E (p 34) „ FFC/Cable* 1 Panel FFC Cover (p34) Main Board FFC Holder (p 34) „ Extension spring (x2) „ Pump tube Ink Supply Tube Guide 1st (p35) Ink Supply Tube Guide 2nd (p35) „ FFC/Cable* 2 Strengthen Plate Lower 2 Cap Assy S7 1 S15 2 2 S6 (p 57) 5 Hinge (p34) 1 2 Housing Right (p34) 2 (p 43) (p 47) --- (p 52) Porous Pad for Cap Assy Housing Left Assy (p34) --- --- EJ Roller Gear (p40) 1 --- (p 52) S6 2 (p 59) (p 50) Housing Front S1 S19 --- Cap Lever Ethernet Board Assy 3 3 S7 „ Cable (CN14) (p 48) 2 1 2 --- S7 --- Star Wheel Holder Assy Panel Unit Strengthen Plate Upper --- EJ Roller 2 --- --- 6 (p 59) Common parts/unit Model-specific parts/unit (p 73) Screw type/torque list Symbol FFC/cable list No.P-TITE SCREW 3x4 F/ZN-3C 4 ± 1 kgf·cm S21 C. „ Panel FFC (CN2) „ Grounding wire( S17 x1) Screw Type Torque S1 C.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S18 C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S16 C.5 kgf·cm S5 C.P-TITE SCREW 2.B. 2 Remove/disconnect the following.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C 5 ± 1 kgf·cm S9 C. Multifunction Printer specific parts (3) Disassembly/Reassembly Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures 36 Confidential .P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZB-3C S7 C.S-TITE SCREW 2x4 F/ZN-3C 2 ± 0.B. FFC/Cable 1 Disconnect the Panel FFC (CN2).P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S8 C.B.B.P-TITE SCREW 2.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C 7 ± 1 kgf·cm S11 C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 7 ± 1 kgf·cm S20 C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C 2.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C 4 ± 1 kgf·cm 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S6 C.B.5 ± 0.B.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 8 ± 1 kgf·cm S19 C.B.5 kgf·cm S4 C.5 kgf·cm S15 C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZB-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm Flowchart 2-3.

M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series

Revision A

2.2.2.2 Singlefunction Printer specific parts
START

„ Panel FFC

Paper Support
Sub
---

FFC Cover
Outer

Paper Guide
Front Unit

Printer Cover
---

„ Extension spring (x2)

Waste Ink Pad
Assy
---

2

1

Panel Unit
5
2

S7

(p 55)

---

1

--(p 50)

(p 59)

2

S6

(p 47)

(p 57)

5

(p 43)

---

Ink Tube Cover
(p37)

„ CR Encoder FFC

Frame Base Support (p38)

--2

„ FFC/Cable* 3

---

2

-----

G

(p 38)

--Common parts/unit

2

Housing Upper
Assy

„ Head FFC
(p 59)

5
13

Printhead

(p 40)

3

ii

(p 40)

iii

(p 41)

H

S10

---

(p 49)

(p 59)

Symbol

(p 39)

The following parts can be replaced without removing the Housing Upper Assy. However,
the working space for replacement is narrow and dark. Therefore, if you find it difficult to
work, remove the Housing Upper Assy first before replacement.
„ Printhead/Holder Board
„ Paper Guide Front Unit

FFC/cable list
No.
3

Model-specific parts/unit

Screw type/torque list

(p 47)

i

---

Retard Roller
Assy

---

S6 S21

Ink Tube Cover

(p 73)

Holder Board

---

3

S7

Paper Back
Lever

4

Ink Supply Tube
Guide 1st (p37)

(p 54)

(p 52)

Adapter (p38)

Paper Support

Ink Supply Tank
Cover (p37)

(p 38)

--1

(p 59)

„ Extension spring (x2)

Adapter Cover
(p38)

F
---

Ink Supply Tube
Guide 1st

6

S7

(p 48)

2

Ink Supply Tank
Cover

FFC/Cable
Remove the double-sided tape of the Panel FFC (CN2) and remove the
FFC/Cable from the Housing Upper Assy hole.

Screw Type

Torque

S1

C.B.P-TITE (S-P1) SCREW 3x12 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S2

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2.6x5 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S3

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C

2 ± 0.5 kgf·cm

S4

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C

2.5 kgf·cm

S5

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C

4 ± 1 kgf·cm
6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S6

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZB-3C

S7

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S8

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C

5 ± 1 kgf·cm

S9

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2.5x8 F/ZN-3C

2.5 ± 0.5 kgf·cm

S10

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C

7 ± 1 kgf·cm

S11

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S12

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S13

C.B.S-TITE (P2) SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C

7 ± 1 kgf·cm

S14

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 2x4 F/ZN-3C

2 ± 0.5 kgf·cm

S15

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S16

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZB-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S17

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S18

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C

8 ± 1 kgf·cm

S19

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C

7 ± 1 kgf·cm

S20

C.P-TITE SCREW 3x4 F/ZN-3C

4 ± 1 kgf·cm

S21

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZB-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

Flowchart 2-1. Singlefunction Printer specific parts (1)
Disassembly/Reassembly

Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures

37
Confidential

M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series

F

Revision A

G

(p 37)

S9

1

---

4

3

(p 49)

„ Ink Supply Tank Tube
„ Ink Supply Tube

Tube Pressing
Plate

Tube Guide
Sheet Sub

Adapter Cover

(p 53)

(p 37)

„ Ink Supply Tank Tube

Cap
---

2
S2

---

Ink Supply Tube
Guide 1st (p37)

Joint

---

1
---

--2

„ Ink Supply Tube

Tube Pressing
Plate (p38)

(p 54)

Ink Supply Tube
Guide 2nd

Ink Supply Tank
Assy
5

2
Adapter

S7

---

---

S6

---

---

---

4

(p 43)

1
(p 54)

Tube Guide
Sheet

(p 53)

Ink Supply Tube
---

---

---

--(p 53)

Frame Base
Support

Ink Supply Tank
Side Porous Pad
---

---

---

---

(p 52)

Common parts/unit

---

Model-specific parts/unit

Screw type/torque list
Symbol

Screw Type

Torque

S1

C.B.P-TITE (S-P1) SCREW 3x12 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S2

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2.6x5 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S3

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C

2 ± 0.5 kgf·cm

S4

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C

2.5 kgf·cm

S5

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C

4 ± 1 kgf·cm
6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S6

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZB-3C

S7

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S8

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C

5 ± 1 kgf·cm

S9

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2.5x8 F/ZN-3C

2.5 ± 0.5 kgf·cm

S10

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C

7 ± 1 kgf·cm

S11

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S12

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S13

C.B.S-TITE (P2) SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C

7 ± 1 kgf·cm

S14

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 2x4 F/ZN-3C

2 ± 0.5 kgf·cm

S15

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S16

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZB-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S17

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S18

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C

8 ± 1 kgf·cm

S19

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C

7 ± 1 kgf·cm

S20

C.P-TITE SCREW 3x4 F/ZN-3C

4 ± 1 kgf·cm

S21

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZB-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

Flowchart 2-2. Singlefunction Printer specific parts (2)
Disassembly/Reassembly

Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures

38
Confidential

M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series

H

Revision A

(p 37)

„ Extension spring (x2)
„ Pump tube

„ Cable (CN14)

Front Tray Assy/
Front Tray Rail
Left/Right
2

Cap Assy
S7

4

Ink Supply Tube
Guide 2nd (p38)

Ethernet Board
Assy

---

1
S7

2

3

---

Star Wheel
Holder Assy

2
S1 S19

2

---

1

(p 50)

---

Strengthen Plate
Upper
2

S4

---

3

Strengthen Plate
Lower

Ink Supply Tube
Guide 1st (p37)

2

S7

(p 59)
Porous Pad for
Cap Assy

Cap Lever
---

---

1

---

---

---

EJ Roller Gear
(p40)

EJ Roller
--6
(p 59)

(p 73)

Common parts/unit
Model-specific parts/unit

Screw type/torque list
Symbol

Screw Type

Torque

S1

C.B.P-TITE (S-P1) SCREW 3x12 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S2

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2.6x5 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S3

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C

2 ± 0.5 kgf·cm

S4

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C

2.5 kgf·cm

S5

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C

4 ± 1 kgf·cm
6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S6

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZB-3C

S7

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S8

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C

5 ± 1 kgf·cm

S9

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2.5x8 F/ZN-3C

2.5 ± 0.5 kgf·cm

S10

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C

7 ± 1 kgf·cm

S11

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S12

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S13

C.B.S-TITE (P2) SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C

7 ± 1 kgf·cm

S14

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 2x4 F/ZN-3C

2 ± 0.5 kgf·cm

S15

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S16

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZB-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S17

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S18

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C

8 ± 1 kgf·cm

S19

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C

7 ± 1 kgf·cm

S20

C.P-TITE SCREW 3x4 F/ZN-3C

4 ± 1 kgf·cm

S21

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZB-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

Flowchart 2-3. Singlefunction Printer specific parts (3)
Disassembly/Reassembly

Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures

39
Confidential

M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series

Revision A

2.2.2.3 Common Printer Mechanism
Multifunction Printer : (p 34)

i

Multifunction Printer : (p 34)

ii

Singlefunction Printer : (p 37)

Singlefunction Printer : (p 37)

FFC/cable list
No.

„ PF Encoder FFC

PF Scale Sheet

PF Encoder
Sensor
1
S3

---

(p 50)

(p 58)

PF Motor Cover

„ Cable (CN4)

EJ Roller Gear

---

---

---

1

4

---

(p 51)

(p 50)

---

---

S17

„ Cable (CN501)

---

---

1
(p 51)

(p 73)

Main Board FFC
Holder (p36)

CR Scale (p41)

Ethernet Board
Assy (p36)

CR Scale Cover
Frame (p41)

6

(p 44)

(p 58)

(p 59)

LD Roller Assy
---

Shield Plate

2

3
---

S14 S17

1

(p 51)

(p 59)

(p 73)

Common parts/unit

(p 52)

(p 59)

PF Timingbelt

CR Scale Cover
Frame (p41)

---

Screw type/torque list

„ FFC/Cable* 6
„ CR Timingbelt

Main Board

LD Roller Cover
(p41)

(p 59)

Model-specific parts/unit

„ FFC/Cable* 5

CR Scale (p41)
---

(p 50)

Release the CR Motor cable from the hooks of the Main Frame and
Frame Base.

„ FFC/Cable* 3
(p 47)

1

(p 50)

6

LD Roller Cover
(p41)

2

PF Driven
Pulley Assy

S13

Remove/disconnect all FFCs/cables.

(p 51)

---

---

(p 50)

(p 59)

---

PS Unit
PF Grounding
Spring

PF Scale

5

2
2

(p 73)

4

Remove/disconnect the following.
„ Head FFC (CN102)
„ CSIC FFC (CN6)
„ PF Motor cable (CN13)
„ PS Unit cable (CN501)

Hopper

Wireless LAN
Module

FFC/Cable

Symbol

CR Motor
1

S15

2

--S20

„ Extension spring

(p 52)

(p 57)

(p 58)

--(p 59)

Screw Type

Torque

S1

C.B.P-TITE (S-P1) SCREW 3x12 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S2

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2.6x5 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S3

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C

2 ± 0.5 kgf·cm

S4

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C

2.5 kgf·cm

S5

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C

4 ± 1 kgf·cm
6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S6

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZB-3C

S7

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S8

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C

5 ± 1 kgf·cm

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S9

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2.5x8 F/ZN-3C

2.5 ± 0.5 kgf·cm

2

S10

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C

7 ± 1 kgf·cm

S11

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

(p 59)
PE Sensor Lever

(p 59)

When the CR Unit or the Head FFC is removed from the Main Frame Assy, remove the
following parts before removing the Main Frame Assy.
„ FFC Cover Outer
„ Holder Board
„ Printhead

S12

C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S13

C.B.S-TITE (P2) SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C

7 ± 1 kgf·cm

S14

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 2x4 F/ZN-3C

2 ± 0.5 kgf·cm

S15

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S16

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZB-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S17

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

S18

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C

8 ± 1 kgf·cm

S19

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C

7 ± 1 kgf·cm

S20

C.P-TITE SCREW 3x4 F/ZN-3C

4 ± 1 kgf·cm

S21

C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZB-3C

6 ± 1 kgf·cm

Flowchart 2-1. Common Printer Mechanism (1)
Disassembly/Reassembly

Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures

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P-TITE SCREW 3x4 F/ZN-3C 4 ± 1 kgf·cm S21 C.B.5 kgf·cm S5 C.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZB-3C S7 C.B. Common Printer Mechanism (2) Disassembly/Reassembly Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures 41 Confidential .B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 7 ± 1 kgf·cm S20 C. 7 FFC/Cable Remove/disconnect the following.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A Multifunction Printer : (p 34) iii Singlefunction Printer : (p 37) PF Encoder Sensor (p40) „ CR Timingbelt CR Scale --- PF Scale (p40) 2 CR Scale (p41) CR Driven Pulley Assy --- (p 49) CR Scale Cover Frame (p41) 4 CR Driven Pulley Assy (p41) (p 50) CR Scale Cover Frame LD Roller Cover (p41) (p 59) (p 73) 3 Strengthen Plate Upper (p36) S19 2 (p 49) Main Board FFC Holder (p36) Ethernet Board Assy (p36) LD Roller Cover „ FFC/Cable* 7 „ Extension spring (x3) „ PF Grounding Spring S4 --- FFC Holder 1 --- 1 1 (p 58) Common parts/unit Main Frame Assy Model-specific parts/unit 5 (p 51) Screw type/torque list --- S7 S17 (p 59) Symbol 7 (p 73) (p 44) Frame Base Assy ----(p 59) 8 (p 44) FFC/cable list No.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 8 ± 1 kgf·cm S19 C.B.B.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C 2 ± 0.5 ± 0.5x8 F/ZN-3C 2.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C 5 ± 1 kgf·cm S9 C.B.B.B.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S18 C.5 kgf·cm S4 C.S-TITE SCREW 2x4 F/ZN-3C 2 ± 0.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C 4 ± 1 kgf·cm 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S6 C.P-TITE SCREW 2.5 kgf·cm S10 C. „ Panel FFC (CN2) (double-sided tape) „ Grounding wire ( S17 x1) „ PF Motor Cable „ PS Unit cable (CN501) „ CR Motor cable Screw Type Torque S1 C.P-TITE (S-P1) SCREW 3x12 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S2 C.B.5 kgf·cm S15 C.B.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C 7 ± 1 kgf·cm S11 C.B.6x5 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S3 C.S-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZB-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm Flowchart 2-2.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S8 C.B.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S12 C.P-TITE SCREW 2.S-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S16 C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S13 C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C 2.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZB-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S17 C.B.S-TITE (P2) SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 7 ± 1 kgf·cm S14 C.

4 Unit/Assy 1 (p 34) Common parts/unit Model-specific parts/unit ADF Unit (p 46) Scanner Unit FFC/cable list --- --- 2 2 (p 59) „ Grounding wire ADF Paper Guide Cover Assy (p35) ADF Hinge Right S11 --- S11 --- Bevel Gear Shaft (p 46) --„ Scanner FFC (p 56) --- --- ----- ADF Cable Cover (p35) --2 Scanner Motor Gear Cover ADF Document Support --- (p 47) (p 56) 2 (p 73) --3 ADF Document Support (p42) S11 --- --- (p 73) (p 46) Combination Gear 24.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C 7 ± 1 kgf·cm S11 C.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C 4 ± 1 kgf·cm 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S6 C.9.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 7 ± 1 kgf·cm S20 C.4 / Spur Gear 25.P-TITE SCREW 2.5 kgf·cm S15 C. Unit/Assy (1) Disassembly/Reassembly Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures 42 Confidential .B.9.5x8 F/ZN-3C 2.5 ± 0.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZB-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S17 C.4.B.B.5 kgf·cm S5 C.B.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm --- S18 C.B.8 Scanner Motor 2 --ADF Base Assy ----- (p 56) --- (p 59) (p 56) ----- --- --- S8 (p 46) Scanner Carriage Unit ADF Driven Gears ADF Upper Frame Assy ----- --- S11 --- CIS Holder Unit ADF Pad Assy 4 --- --- 4 (p 46) Scanner Housing Lower ----- (p 56) (p 73) (p 56) --- --- 2 ----- Screw type/torque list Symbol Combination Gear 18.P-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S13 C.6 (p42) „ FFC/Cable* 8 ADF Hinge Right (p42) Spur Gear 20.B.2.S-TITE (P2) SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 7 ± 1 kgf·cm S14 C.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C 2.B.P-TITE (S-P1) SCREW 3x12 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S2 C.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZB-3C S7 C.6 „ Grounding wire (p 46) Remove the double-sided tape (x1) and release the Scanner FFC.S-TITE SCREW 2x4 F/ZN-3C 2 ± 0.5 kgf·cm S4 C.S-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZB-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm (p 73) Flowchart 2-1.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C 5 ± 1 kgf·cm S9 C.S-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S16 C. 2 S7 --S11 FFC/Cable 6 2 2 8 Scanner Housing Upper (p 73) 2 ADF Hinge Left Cover Gear Assy (p 59) No.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 2.P-TITE SCREW 3x4 F/ZN-3C 4 ± 1 kgf·cm S21 C.6x5 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S3 C.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C 2 ± 0.B.5 kgf·cm S10 C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2.9.B.2.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S8 C.B.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S12 C.66 ADF Front Frame (p 46) 2 S7 2 CIS Module --- 1 --- --- --- Spacer (p 56) „ Grounding wire --- ADF Frame Assy CIS Module Unit ADF Paper Guide Cover Assy (p35) ADF Cable Cover (p35) Combination Gear 24.B.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 8 ± 1 kgf·cm --- S19 C. Screw Type Torque S1 C.B.B.

S-TITE (P2) SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 7 ± 1 kgf·cm S14 C.S-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZB-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm Flowchart 2-2.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZB-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S17 C.6x5 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S3 C.B.5 ± 0.S-TITE SCREW 2x4 F/ZN-3C 2 ± 0.5x8 F/ZN-3C 2.B.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C 4 ± 1 kgf·cm 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S6 C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x4 F/ZN-3C 4 ± 1 kgf·cm S21 C.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series 2 Revision A Multifunction Printer : (p 35) 4 (p 34) Multifunction Printer : (p 36) 5 Singlefunction Printer : (p 38) Singlefunction Printer : (p 37) LED&Button Type 2Line Bitmap Type Valve Lever Tray Front Support Tray Front --- --- 1 2 S6 2 3 (p 34) (p 54) Panel Housing Lower Ethernet Cover --- --- 2 2 --- 6 --- Ink Supply Tank Upper Porous Pad ----- Housing Left --- Panel Board (p 54) 2 S7 Panel Button --- --- (p 48) --- --- --- Panel Button --- Housing Ink Supply Tank --- (p 52) --- Panel Housing --- --- --- --- S7 (p 48) 1 S12 3 4 2 S12 Ink Supply Tank Tube Assy Panel Board 3 Ink Supply Tank (p 54) --- Panel Housing Upper Assy --- --- 2 „ Ink Supply Tank Tube --- (p 49) --- (p 53) --- Common parts/unit Panel Housing Upper Model-specific parts/unit ------- Screw type/torque list Symbol Screw Type Torque S1 C.B.B.B.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S18 C.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZB-3C S7 C.B.B.B.P-TITE (S-P1) SCREW 3x12 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S2 C.5 kgf·cm S5 C.P-TITE SCREW 2.B.B.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 7 ± 1 kgf·cm S20 C.5 kgf·cm S4 C.5 kgf·cm S10 C.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S8 C.P-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S13 C.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C 2 ± 0.S-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S16 C.B.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C 7 ± 1 kgf·cm S11 C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S12 C.B.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 8 ± 1 kgf·cm S19 C.B.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C 2.5 kgf·cm S15 C. Unit/Assy (2) Disassembly/Reassembly Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures 43 Confidential .P-TITE SCREW 2.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C 5 ± 1 kgf·cm S9 C.

P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZB-3C S7 C.5 kgf·cm S10 C.P-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S12 C.B. Unit/Assy (3) Disassembly/Reassembly Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures 44 Confidential .5x8 F/ZN-3C 2.B.B.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C 2 ± 0.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 8 ± 1 kgf·cm S19 C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S8 C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x4 F/ZN-3C 4 ± 1 kgf·cm S21 C.6x5 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S3 C.S-TITE SCREW 2x4 F/ZN-3C 2 ± 0.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C 2.137 Hopper (p40) „ FFC/Cable* 9 Pump Unit --1 Paper Guide Upper Assy (p 51) (p 59) Clutch CR Unit 1 --- --- 6 --(p 58) S7 (p 52) (p 59) CR Encoder Sensor CR Timing Belt --1 --- Head FFC 1 --- (p 51) --LD Roller Shaft 2 (p 59) Spur Gear 16.5 ± 0.S-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZB-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm Flowchart 2-3.B.P-TITE SCREW 2.B.P-TITE (S-P1) SCREW 3x12 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S2 C.B.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C 5 ± 1 kgf·cm (p 73) S9 C.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C 4 ± 1 kgf·cm 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S6 C.2 --- Shield Plate (p40) Antistatic Cloth 1 1 (p 51) Main Board (p40) S11 CR Motor (p40) LD Roller Assy (p40) --- „ Pump tube --- PE Sensor Lever (p40) Extension Spring 0.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S18 C.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series 6 Revision A 7 (p 40) 8 (p 41) (p 41) Cap Assy (p36) Spur Gear 37.B.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 7 ± 1 kgf·cm S20 C.B.B.B.P-TITE SCREW 2.B.5 kgf·cm S15 C.S-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S16 C. Screw type/torque list Symbol Screw Type Torque S1 C.B. (p 58) --- PF Grounding Spring (p40) --- Paper Guide Front Unit (p34) PF Motor Assy 1 EJ Roller Gear (p40) (p 51) 9 --- S7 (p 58) PF Driven Pulley Assy (p40) PF Timingbelt (p40) (p 59) Frame Base --- PF Roller Unit ----2 (p 59) PF Motor Cover (p40) „ PF Motor Cable (p 59) FFC/Cable Disconnect the CR Encoder FFC.5 kgf·cm S4 C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S13 C.S-TITE (P2) SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 7 ± 1 kgf·cm S14 C.5 1 S5 Common parts/unit --- 1 Model-specific parts/unit --- --- FFC/cable list --- No.B.B.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C 7 ± 1 kgf·cm S11 C.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZB-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S17 C.5 kgf·cm S5 C.

P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S8 C.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S18 C.S-TITE (P2) SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 7 ± 1 kgf·cm S14 C.6x5 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S3 C.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C 7 ± 1 kgf·cm S11 C.5 kgf·cm S10 C.B.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZB-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm Flowchart 2-4.P-TITE SCREW 2.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 7 ± 1 kgf·cm S20 C.B.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 2. However.5 kgf·cm S4 C.B. remove the ADF/Scanner Unit first before replacement.B.B.B.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C 2 ± 0.B. „ HeadFFC (CN102) „ CSIC FFC (CN6) „ PF Motor cable (CN13) „ PS Unit cable(CN501) 11 Remove/disconnect all FFCs/ cables. the working space for replacement is narrow and dark.S-TITE SCREW 2x4 F/ZN-3C 2 ± 0.5 kgf·cm S5 C.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZB-3C S7 C.B.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZB-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S17 C.5 ± 0.P-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S12 C.2. Ethernet Board Assy 1 5 1 --- --(p 54) Model-specific parts/unit 2 S15 --- Housing Left Assy Common parts/unit 1 --- Ethernet Board Assy (p 56) Main Board FFC Holder (p 57) 2 S6 (p 73) Ink Supply Tank Cover 2 S15 4 (p 48) 1 ADF/ Scanner Unit 1 S9 Main Board FFC Holder (p 59) 6 Screw type/torque list Holder Board --- Paper Support Sub Ink Supply Tube Guide 1st Shield Plate --- 2 5 3 S7 --- 3 „ Head FFC „ FFC/Cable* 11 Paper Support Printhead 4 3 S10 --- (p 49) (p 59) „ FFC/Cable* 11 Frame Base Support --- --- S14 S17 (p 52) (p 52) (p 52) --- 3 1 --- S14 S17 Symbol Shield Plate --Main Board --1 --S15 (p 52) Main Board 1 --- --- S15 „ FFC/Cable* 12 (p 57) (p 52) (p 59) (p 59) Housing Upper Assy 5 The Printhead can be replaced without removing the ADF/Scanner Unit. Therefore.B.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S13 C.B. Disassembly Flowchart (Printhead/Main Board) Disassembly/Reassembly Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures 45 Confidential .B.B.5 kgf·cm S15 C.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C 2.S-TITE SCREW 3x8 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S16 C.P-TITE SCREW 2.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C 5 ± 1 kgf·cm S9 C. 12 Remove the double-sided tape of the Panel FFC (CN2) and remove the FFC/Cable from the Housing Upper Assy hole.B.B.P-TITE (S-P1) SCREW 3x12 F/ZN-3C 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S2 C.3 Disassembly Flowchart (Printhead/Main Board) „ Printhead „ Main Board (Multifunction Printer) START START FFC Cover Outer Housing Rear --- „ Main Board (Singlefunction Printer) START „ Panel FFC Hopper 1 Hopper --- --Panel Unit 1 (p 50) 4 S6 (p 47) 2 2 (p 59) 2 (p 73) S7 „ CR Encoder FFC „ Scanner FFC „ Grounding wire (x2) Adapter Cover 1 (p 49) (p 46) Adapter --- S6 S16 (p 54) FFC/cable list 1 Ink Tube Cover 2 S7 (p 50) (p 50) --„ FFC/Cable* 10 „ FFC/Cable* 10 --- FFC/Cable 10 Remove/disconnect the following. S6 S21 13 (p 47) --(p 57) Screw Type Torque S1 C.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C 8 ± 1 kgf·cm S19 C.B. if you find it difficult to work.B.P-TITE SCREW 2x8 F/ZN-3C 4 ± 1 kgf·cm 6 ± 1 kgf·cm S6 C.B.B.5x8 F/ZN-3C 2. 2 S7 --- 6 (p 47) No.P-TITE SCREW 3x4 F/ZN-3C 4 ± 1 kgf·cm S21 C.

„ When installing the ADF Front Frame. follow the procedure below. Disassembly/Reassembly ADF Upper Frame Assy Hook Dowel Remove the ADF Pad Assy by removing the hooks (x2) and dowels (x2) of the ADF Pad Assy from the ADF Upper Frame Assy. Without the support. follow the procedure below.8 Diagram B Bottom Spur Gear 20. ADF Pad Assy (M200/M205 Series) Bottom Diagram A Grounding terminal ADF Paper Guide Cover Assy Square hole ADF Frame Assy Dowel and hole When removing the ADF Frame Assy.4 is installed on the position shown in the figure B above. 3.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C (6 ± 1 kgf·cm) Tighten the screw of the ADF/Scanner Unit by supporting the ADF/Scanner Unit. Remove the screws (x6) on the bottom of the Scanner Unit. 4. „ Release the hooks (x2) on the Scanner Unit by inserting the precision screwdriver to the hole of the ADF Unit Left/Right to push the Hook to the rear.3 Detailed Disassembly/Reassembly Procedure for each Part/Unit ADF/Scanner Unit (M200/M205 Series) ADF Unit (M200/M205 Series) ADF Paper Guide Cover Assy (M200/M205 Series) Scanner Unit Hook ADF Hinge hole ADF Frame Assy (M200/M205 Series) ADF Paper Guide Cover Assy ADF Base Assy ADF/Scanner Unit Precision screwdriver Hole ADF Unit ADF Unit Hinge Scanner Unit Hook C.8 ADF Upper Frame Assy Document Mat Spur Gear 20. Release the ribs (x2) of the Scanner Housing Upper.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C (6 ± 1 kgf·cm) When removing the Scanner Housing Upper from the Scanner Housing Lower Assy. 1.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 2. Document Mat (M200/M205 Series) Scanner Housing Upper (M200/M205 Series) Scanner Housing Upper ADF Pad Assy ADF Unit Spur Gear 25. Remove the ADF Paper Guide Cover Assy by removing the holes (x2) of the dowels (x2) of the ADF Unit.4 as shown in the figure A above. Open the Document Cover and press the double-sided tape attachment side to secure the Document Mat to the ADF Unit securely. remove the grounding terminal of the ADF Frame Assy through the square hole of the ADF Base Assy.4 (M200/M205 Series) „ When removing the ADF Unit from the Scanner Unit. Place the mat on the document glass with double-sided tape attachment side upward while aligning it with the standard line of the document glass shown above.B. Detailed Disassembly/Reassembly Procedure for each Part/Unit Rib C.8/20. check that the Spur Gear 25. 46 Confidential . remove the Hinge Left/Right from the Hook on the Scanner Unit.8/20.B. Attach double-sided tape on the two long sides of the Document Mat.4 ADF Front Frame „ Install the Spur Gear 25. 2.4 Spur Gear 25. and remove the Scanner Housing Upper in the direction of the arrow with the document glass upward. Close the Document Cover and stick the Document Mat to the Document Cover. the ADF/Scanner Unit may drop out from the Hinge by its weight and it may damage the ADF/Scanner Unit. 2. 1. Double-sided tape Standard line When attaching the Document Mat to the ADF Unit.8/20. ADF Front Frame / Spur Gear 25.

widen the rib of the Frame Base to release the hook of the PS Unit.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C (6 ± 1 kgf·cm) Tighten the screws in the order indicated in the figure above. PS Unit cable PS Unit Hook Rib Be careful not to damage the rib of the Frame Base when widen the rib to release the hook of the PS Unit. Slide the Waste Ink Pad Assy in the direction of the arrow to align the hole of the Waste Ink Pad Assy with the hook of the Frame Base. 1. Using a precision screwdriver or the like. follow the procedure below. Confirm the following first. Housing Upper Assy (M100/M105 Series) 4 3 Housing Right C. be careful not to damage the hooks (x14). 2.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C (6 ± 1 kgf·cm) When removing the Housing Rear. and lift the rear side of the Housing Rear slightly to release the section B from the Housing Left. Waste Ink Pad Assy Rear Housing Rear PS Unit Housing Front (M200/M205 Series) Bottom Housing Upper Assy Rib and hole Widen this rib to release the hook of PS Unit. Disassembly/Reassembly 1 When installing the Waste Ink Pad Assy. follow the procedure below. 2. 2. 4. and then tighten the screw to secure the Waste Ink Pad Assy.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C (6 ± 1 kgf·cm) 1 2 C.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C (6 ± 1 kgf·cm) When releasing the hooks (x14) of the Housing Left/Housing Right. Bottom Housing Front Waste Ink Pad Assy 2 Frame Base Hook and hole C. Detailed Disassembly/Reassembly Procedure for each Part/Unit C. Release the hooks shown above when removing the Housing Left/ Housing Right. and remove the Housing Rear while avoiding the Hopper and Scanner Unit. 3. 3. Remove the screw (x1) of the Housing Rear. • The rib of the Waste Ink Pad Assy is correctly inserted into the hole of the Frame Base. Press the section A on the Housing Left and release the dowels (x2) of the Housing Left from the Housing Rear. Disconnect the PS Unit cable from the connector on the PS Unit and remove the PS Unit.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C (6 ± 1 kgf·cm) Hook Rib Remove the Housing Upper Assy by releasing the hooks (x2) and ribs (x3) shown in the figure above. Pull and turn the section C of the Housing Rear slightly to the front to release it from the gap between the Housing Right and Frame Base. Place the Waste Ink Pad Assy under the Frame Base. Slide the Housing Rear in the direction of the arrow to release the section D.B. follow the procedure below.B. When removing the PS Unit. • The Waste Ink Pad Assy is secured firmly with the hook of the Frame Base. Dowel Rib Housing Left Hook C. Tighten the screws in the order indicated in the figure above. 1. 3. 1.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A Scanner Motor Gear Cover (M200/M205 Series) Housing Left / Housing Right (M200/M205 Series) Housing Rear (M200/M205 Series) Step 2 Scanner Motor Gear Cover Section B Section C Step 3-4 Step 1 Section A Scanner Motor Gear Cover Section D Housing Rear Hook Housing Right Housing Left The section enclosed in red dotted line may be interfered with the Hopper or the Scanner Unit. Remove the Scanner Motor Gear Cover by removing the screw securing the Scanner Motor Gear Cover to release the hooks (x2) of the Scanner Motor Gear Cover. 47 Confidential .B. Remove the PS Unit from the Frame Base in the direction of the arrow while releasing the rib of the PS Unit.

M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A Tray Front Rail Left/Tray Front Rail Right. 2. „ Tighten the grounding wire together on the position indicated in the figure above. „ Tighten the screws in the order indicated in the figure above. Disassembly/Reassembly Housing Upper Assy Panel Unit C.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C (6 ± 1 kgf·cm) Panel Board Assy Make sure to remove the Tray Front Assy and Tray Front Rail Left/Tray Front Rail Right after releasing the ribs on the Tray Front Rail Left/Tray Front Rail Right from the grooves on the Frame Base.B. follow the procedure below. Panel Housing Upper Assy (M200/M205 Series) Rear C. Remove the screws (x1 each) of the Tray Front Rail Left/Tray Front Rail Right.B. Pull the Tray Front Assy and Tray Front Rail Left/Tray Front Rail Right together. 1. remove the Tray Front Assy and Tray Front Rail Left/Tray Front Rail Right together. 4. the ribs may be damaged.B. 3. Remove the hook (x2) and rib(x2) on the back of the Panel Board from the Housing Upper Assy. If the Tray Front Assy or Tray Front Rail Left/Right are forcibly removed if the ribs are engaged in the grooves. 4.B. 3. C. follow the procedure below. Remove the hole (x2) from the dowel(x2) of the Housing Upper Assy.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C (6 ± 1 kgf·cm) Panel Unit „ Tighten the screws in the order indicated in the figure above. 1. 3. and release the ribs (x1 each) of the Tray Front Rail Left/Tray Front Rail Right from the grooves of the Frame Base. „ Tighten the grounding wire with screws on the direction indicated in the figure above. Panel Unit (M100/M105 Series) Panel Housing Upper Assy Back Panel FFC Panel Board Panel Housing Lower Bottom Panel Unit Panel Housing Lower 3 Hook Rib Hole 2 Hole 1 Hook Rib Dowel and hole C.B. Rotate and lift the front side of the Panel Housing Upper Assy and remove the hook (x4) and rib (x5) from the Panel Housing Upper Assy. 2. When removing the Tray Front Rail Left/Tray Front Rail Right and Tray Front Assy. Remove the screw (x3) of the Panel Unit. Remove the Panel FFC from the connector (CN1) of the Panel Board and remove the Panel Unit.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C (6 ± 1 kgf·cm) When removing the Panel Unit. Tray Front Assy (M100/M105 Series) Bottom Panel Unit (M200/M205 Series) Housing Left Tray Front Assy Frame Base Panel Board Assy (M200/M205 Series) Housing Right Grounding wire Dowel and positioning hole Rib Groove Section A Section B Tray Front Rail Left Tray Front Rail Right 2 3 1 6 3 5 4 Grounding wire terminal 2 1 C. Tighten the screws in the order indicated in the figure above. Remove the screw (x2) securing the Panel Unit. follow the procedure below. 1. 2.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZB-3C (6 ± 1 kgf·cm) „ Tighten the screws (x3) securing the Panel Unit after installing the Housing Left/Housing Right. Release the positioning holes (x1 each) of the Tray Front Rail Left/Tray Front Rail Right from the dowel (x2) of the Frame Base. Detailed Disassembly/Reassembly Procedure for each Part/Unit 48 Confidential .P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZB-3C (6 ± 1 kgf·cm) When removing the Panel Housing Upper Assy. Pull out the grounding wire of the Panel Housing Upper Assy from the hole of the Panel Housing Lower Assy and remove the Panel Housing Upper Assy from the Panel Housing Lower Assy. While releasing section A on the Tray Front Rail Left/Tray Front Rail Right from section B on the Frame Base.

M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A Panel Buttons (M200/M205 Series) Power Button OK Button Select Button CR Scale Stop Button CR Scale Cover Frame Cut Section CR Scale Cover Frame Main Frame CR Scale Cover Frame 0-digit side Rib Extension spring Rib 3 Cutout 2 1 CR Scale 80-digit side Panel Housing Upper Assy Inset rib. Start button Select Button (back) Slit of CR Encoder Sensor Align cutout. install the CR Scale Cover Frame to the Main Frame following the standard below and tighten the screw in the procedure below.91 CR Timing Belt When installing the CR Driven Pulley Assy and CR Timing Belt. When installing the CR Scale Cover Frame. 4. follow the procedure below. • Insert the rib of the CR Scale Cover Frame to the hole of the Main Frame. 1.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C (7 ± 1 kgf·cm) Adapter Cover C. „ 0-digit side • Insert the rib of the CR Scale Cover Frame to the hole of the Main Frame. CR Unit „ Attach the CR Scale to the hook on the left of the Main Frame with the black triangle mark upward.5 ± 0. CR Driven Pulley Assy / CR Timing Belt Printhead / Adapter Cover CR Unit Main Frame CR Unit Main Frame Rib Main Frame Pinion gear of CR Motor Printhead 2 1 Main Frame CR Driven Pulley Assy 3 Dowel Compression Spring 20. No rib here. Attach the CR Timing Belt on the pinion gear of the CR Motor while pushing the CR Driven Pulley Assy to the 0-digit side. Attach the Compression Spring 20.P-TITE SCREW 2.B. attach the Select Button with its side without any rib downward. Otherwise.B. Detailed Disassembly/Reassembly Procedure for each Part/Unit 49 Confidential . „ Make sure to put the CR Scale through the slit of the CR Encoder Sensor. Tighten the screws of the Printhead in the order indicated in the figure above while pressing the Printhead in the direction of the arrow. Attach the CR Timing Belt to the CR Driven Pulley Assy. 2.5x8 F/ZN-3C (2. not to apply excessive downward force when tightening the screws. When attaching the Select Button to the Panel Housing Upper Assy. Install the CR Driven Pulley Assy to the Main Frame. Disassembly/Reassembly C. „ 80-digit side • Align the protrusions of the Main Frame with the cutout of the CR Scale Cover Frame.91 in the order from the dowel on the CR Driven Pulley Assy to the rib on the Main Frame. Inset rib.5 kgf·cm) When removing/replacing the Printhead or the Adapter Cover. the Main Frame may be deformed by applying force perpendicularly when tightening the screws and it may affect print quality. Rib The side without any rib must be the side of down arrow. 3.

B. confirm the PF Scale does not touch the PF Encoder Sensor. and install the PF Driven Pulley Assy. the removed one is deformed.S-TITE(P2) SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C P. Attach the PF Timing Belt in the order of the pinion gear of the PF Motor.43x7 (7 ± 1 kgf·cm) Do not hold the PF Driven Pulley Assy when securing it with the screw in order to prevent applying improper tension to the PF Timing Belt. it does not rotate properly and the paper feed accuracy may be reduced.2. Align the rib of the PF Driven Pulley Assy with the hook of the PF Motor Frame. „ After installing the PF Encoder Sensor. When installing the PF Scale. PF Scale PF Scale PF Roller Do not reuse the removed PF Scale and make sure to replace it with a new one when removing it.W. When installing the PF Driven Pulley Assy.2. Therefore. Detailed Disassembly/Reassembly Procedure for each Part/Unit 50 Confidential . Hook Rib The rib on the contact point of the EJ Roller Gear with the EJ Roller is deformed when removing the EJ Roller Gear.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A FFC Cover Outer EJ Roller Gear PF Encoder Sensor / PF Scale Left side of CR Unit FFC Cover Outer PF Encoder Sensor EJ Roller Gear PF Encoder Sensor PF Roller Can not be reused because the rib of the EJ Roller Gear is deformed once removed from the EJ Roller. and then secure the PF Driven Pulley Assy with the screw and washer to the PF Motor Frame.07 to the protrusion of the PF Driven Pulley Assy and the dowel of the PF Motor Frame. „ Put the ferrite core on the position indicated in the figure above (only M100 Series).4x0. PF Driven Pulley and Combination Gear 29. therefore. Disassembly/Reassembly Groove Frame Base Groove Frame Base „ When installing the Ethernet Board Assy. it is pressed into the PF Roller. follow the procedure below. Rotate the Combination Gear 29. Slide and remove the FFC Cover Outer in the direction of the arrow while releasing the hook.42. „ When installing the PF Scale to the PF Roller.07 PF Driven Pulley Assy Combination Gear 29.42 clockwise three times to confirm the PF Timing Belt is correctly attached. press the PF Scale into the PF Roller vertically.2. make sure to replace it with a new one when removing it in order to maintain the paper feed accuracy. Attach the Compression Spring 5. 3. 3. If it is re-installed to the printer. hang the hook of the Ethernet Board Assy on the Frame Base and align the rib of the Ethernet Board Assy to the groove of the Frame Base.42 Hook M100 Series M200 Series Rib Rib Hook Hook PF Motor Frame Ethernet Board Assy PF Driven Pulley Assy Rib Ethernet Board Assy Protrusion Pinion gear of PF Motor PF Timing Belt C. 1. 2. 4. PF Driven Pulley Assy / PF Timing Belt Ethernet Board Assy (M200/M100 Series) Ethernet Board Assy Ethernet Board Assy Dowel Compression Spring 5.

2. Align the edge of Frame Base. • The above shown ribs and grooves. Detailed Disassembly/Reassembly Procedure for each Part/Unit 51 Confidential . follow the procedure below.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A Wireless LAN Module (M205/M105 Series) PF Grounding Spring Left Wireless LAN Module Cable Cutout PF Scale Sheet Spur gear / Extension Spring 0. Insert the outside the rib of Frame Base. From the left side of the printer. 3 1 4 Main Frame 2 PF Motor Frame Cam Main Frame Rib and groove Positioning hole and dowel Paper Back Lever C. Attach the PF Scale Sheet to the Main Frame according to the standard indicated in the figure above. „ Using a screw driver or the like.137 LD Roller Shaft Hole Wireless LAN Module Cable Attach two pieces of acetate tape on the Wireless LAN Module cable to cover the cable to protect it as shown above. • The section A of the Main Frame Assy is not deformed. „ When installing the Main Frame Assy. „ Tighten the screws in the order indicated in the figure above. Main Frame Spur gear Clutch Main Frame Cover with acetate tape (x2). 3. Extension Spring 0. Section A Main Frame Assy Change Lever Change Lever must not interfere with Main Frame. positioning holes and dowels are correctly aligned. When installing the PF Grounding Spring. Spring leg B PF Grounding Spring Wireless LAN Module Frame Base Assy Insert spring leg A into groove. • The Change Lever must not interfere with the Main Frame. Disassembly/Reassembly „ Before installing the Main Frame Assy. LD Roller Double-sided tape Install Spur gear/Extension Spring 0.B. insert the spring leg A of the PF Grounding Spring into the hole of the Frame Base.137/Clutch/LD Roller shaft as shown in the figure above.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C (6 ± 1 kgf·cm) C.137 / Clutch / LD Roller shaft PF Grounding Spring leg A Spring Spring leg B PF Scale Sheet Align the corner of Main Frame. hold the Paper Back Lever to the rear as shown above not to let it touch the LD Roller Assy. make sure of the following.B. shift the Change Lever back to the rear. 1.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C (6 ± 1 kgf·cm) LD Roller Assy Install the LD Roller Assy with the following condition in order to avoid the Change Lever and Paper Back Lever. „ Push the Change Lever to the front to keep it in the hole of the Main Frame. Insert the spring leg B of the PF Grounding Spring into the groove of the Frame Base. LD Roller Assy Main Frame Assy Rear of printer Align the screw holes of Main Frame and PF Motor Frame. Attach the spring leg B of the PF Grounding Spring to the cutout of the Main Frame to install the PF Grounding Spring.

and attach one end of the Extension Spring 0. Insert the shaft B of the Cap Assy through the cutout of the Frame Base and to the hole B of the Frame Base. align them with the standard line shown in the above figure. 2.S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C (6 ± 1 kgf·cm) C. Install the Pump Unit to the Frame Base. 1. „ Install the Main Board with the PE Sensor Lever to the rear.B. Ink Supply Tank Upper Porous Pad Hole of Frame Base Insert Pump Tube B up to the marking (8 ± 1 mm from tube end) to the hole of Frame Base.S-TITE SCREW 2x4 F/ZN-3C (2 ± 0. follow the procedure below in order to prevent ink suction failure. Route the Pump Tube A through the hole of the Frame Base. „ Tighten the screws of the Shielded Plate in the order indicated in the figure above. attach the other end of the Extension Spring 0. Using a “spring hook jig” (p 19).B. 7. make sure the lever part of the PE Sensor Lever is aligned with the slit of the PE Sensor. Then. Attach the Cap Lever to the Frame Base. Pump Unit Step 1-2 Hole of Frame Base Pump Unit Frame Base Extension Spring 0. Ink Supply Tube Guide 1st Step 4 Extension Spring 1. After installing the Main Board.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C (6 ± 1 kgf·cm) To remove the Ink Supply Tube Guide 1st. 1.65 to the hook of the Frame Base. Connect the tube of the Pump Unit to the joint on the bottom of the Cap Assy. Disassembly/Reassembly Hook C. 52 Confidential .329 to the hooks of the Cap Lever and Frame Base.65 to the hook of the Cap Assy. 2. 4. 3-5 Cap Assy Shaft A PE Sensor Step 2 Cap Slider Shaft B Cap Lever 1 Cap Assy Shaft C 3 Make sure the marking (10 ± 1 mm from the tube end) on the tube cannot be seen when viewed from the side. Insert the shaft A of the Cap Assy through the hole of the Cap Lever to the hole A of the Frame Base.5 kgf·cm) Do not damage or contaminate the MAC Address Label. Detailed Disassembly/Reassembly Procedure for each Part/Unit Double-sided tape Standard line When attaching the Ink Supply Tank Side Porous Pad/Ink Supply Tank Upper Porous Pad.B. 4.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C (6 ± 1 kgf·cm) When installing the Pump Unit. 3. follow the procedure below. Secure the Pump Unit to the Frame Base with the screw (x1). 6. remove the screw and release the three hooks.B. 3. confirm the marking (10 ± 1 mm from the tube end) on the tube is covered by the Cap Slider. and route the Pump Tube A through the ribs of the Frame Base with their dashed line facing upward. Route the Pump Tube B through the ribs of the Pump Unit and Frame Base.65 Hook of Frame Base Ink Supply Tank Tube Pump Tube B Hook of Frame Base When installing the Cap Lever/Cap Assy. Cap Lever Hole B Cutout Step 6 Hook of Cap Assy Step 7 Hook of Cap Lever 2 PE Sensor Lever Hole A Hole C C. Attach the Extension Spring 1.329 Ink Supply Tank Side Porous Pad / Ink Supply Tank Upper Porous Pad Ink Supply Tank Side Porous Pad Ink Supply Tube Guide 1st 8 ± 1 mm Step 3 Marking Pump Tube A Route Pump Tube A through ribs of Frame Base with their dashed line facing upward. and insert it to the hole of the Frame Base up to the marking (8 ± 1 mm from tube end). then release the Ink Supply Tank Tube. Insert the shaft C of the Cap Assy to the hole C of the Frame Base. 5.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A Main Board/Shield Plate Main Board Cap Lever / Cap Assy Shield Plate MAC Address Label Step 1. viewing from the side. „ Attach the MAC Address Label to the Shield Plate on the position indicated in the figure above. Frame Base Rib C.

(See "HOW TO PLACE THE INK TANK ASSY WHEN DISASSEMBLING/REASSEMBLING (p26)") Install the Housing Ink Supply Tank as follows. Housing Ink Supply Tank Ink Supply Tube Ink Supply Tank Housing Ink Supply Tank Joint Housing Ink Supply Tank C. Detailed Disassembly/Reassembly Procedure for each Part/Unit 53 Confidential . Align the two positioning holes on the Ink Supply Tank with the two dowels on the Housing Ink Supply Tank. 4 OK Section A Hole NG Section A Hole Tube Guide Sheet Sub C cut Ink Supply Tube Ink Supply Tube Hole Tube Guide Sheet Sub Valve Assy Ink Supply Tank Dowel Positioning hole C. 2. Make sure that the red line on the Ink Supply Tube faces the front of the printer. 1. Insert the section A of the Tube Guide Sheet Sub into the hole 2 of the Tube Guide Sheet from the bottom. Using the marking based on the joint of the Ink Supply Tube as the reference. Insert the section A of the Tube Guide Sheet Sub into the hole 1 of the Tube Guide Sheet from the top. 3. then attach the Valve Assy to the Housing Ink Supply Tank. Connect the Ink Supply Tube to the adapter. Place the Ink Supply Tube on the Tube Guide Sheet. while keeping the Tube Guide Sheet Sub attached on the Tube Guide Sheet. and insert the section A of the Tube Guide Sheet Sub into its hole on the other side from the bottom to secure them. then attach the Ink Supply Tank to the Housing Ink SupplyTank. 7. Insert the Ink Supply Tube into the groove on the CR Unit and align the marking on the Ink Supply Tube with the edge of the CR Unit.4 ± 1 mm Tube Clamp Tube Guide Sheet „ Refer the figure above and follow the procedure below when attaching the Tube Guide Sheet Sub to the Tube Guide Sheet. and attach the adapter to the CR Unit. attach the Tube Clamp to the Ink Supply Tube with the C cut of the Tube Clamp facing upward. 5. „ When attaching the Tube Guide Sheet to the Ink Supply Tube Guide 2nd. Attach the Tube Pressing Plate and secure it with the two screws. Connect the Ink Supply Tube with the joint.B. Disassembly/Reassembly Tube Guide Sheet Sub Tube Clamp Install the Ink Supply Tube as follows. 1. (p 54) 6. Mark the position 72 ± 1 mm away from the adapter of the Ink Supply Tube and 158. CR Unit Joint side Tube Pressing Plate Step 7 NG Ink Supply Tube Guide 2nd 158. and align the two positioning holes on the Valve Assy with the two dowels on the Housing Ink Supply Tank. 2.6x5 F/ZN-3C (6 ± 1 kg·fcm) Step 3.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A Tube Guide Sheet / Tube Guide Sheet Sub Ink Supply Tube Step 6 Tube Guide Sheet CR Unit Ink Supply Tube (Bottom side): Step 1 Adapter Markings Hole 1 Tube Guide Sheet Sub Hole 2 Tube Guide Sheet Section A Tube Guide Sheet Sub Grooves 72 ± 1 mm Tube Guide Sheet Cross Section Adapter side OK Hole 1 Hole 2 Tube Guide Sheet Sub Ink Supply Tube Align markings with edge of grooves. Make sure that the Tube Clamp is attached within the inside of the Tube Guide Sheet Sub. 2. Secure the Ink Supply Tank and Valve Assy to the Housing Ink Supply Tank with the three screws. (p 54) 3. 4.B.P-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C (6 ± 1 kgf·cm) Lever section Be careful about how to place the Ink Supply Tank Assy in order to prevent printing failure from occurring.P-TITE SCREW 2. align the holes of the Tube Guide Sheet with the protrusions of the Ink Supply Tube Guide 2nd.4 ± 1 mm away from the joint of the tube. Insert the lever section of the Valve Assy into the hole on the Housing Ink Supply Tank. 1.

align the red line on the Ink Supply Tube to the protrusion on the side of the joint with a cutout.5 mm or less Ink Supply Tube Ink Supply Tank Tube 0.5 mm long or less. align the cutout of the Joint with the rib of the Ink Supply Tube Guide 2nd. (See "HOW TO PLACE THE INK TANK ASSY WHEN DISASSEMBLING/ REASSEMBLING (p26)") „ Apply the Valve Position Label without any floating parts or tilt while aligning the label with the standard line on the Housing Ink Supply Tank shown above. Install the Ink Supply Tube to the adapter with its red line facing the right side of the adapter.5 mm or less Valve Lever Red line Joint Joint Protrusion Ink Supply Tube Valve Lever Flathead precision screwdriver Ink Supply Tank Tube Assy Cutout Cutout „ When connecting the Ink Supply Tank Tube Assy to the Ink Supply Tank. Adapter Hook Adapter „ When connecting the Ink Supply Tube to the joint. Ink Supply Tank Ink Supply Tube Rib Adapter Rear Valve Position Label / Tank Caution Label Film Housing Ink Supply Tank Front side Tank Caution Label Standard line Film Red line Connection of Ink Supply Tubes Valve Position Label Ink Supply Tank Textured section Right side Valve Position Label Housing Ink Supply Tank Ink Supply Tube Standard line Hook Film Ink Supply Tank Cover Be careful not to damage or peel off the film of the Adapter. „ Do not apply the Tank Caution Label over the textured section. Detailed Disassembly/Reassembly Procedure for each Part/Unit 54 Confidential . release the hook on it with a precision screwdriver or the like. „ When attaching the Joint. Hook Before removing the Valve Lever.5 mm long or less. Disassembly/Reassembly „ Be careful not to damage or peel off the film of the Ink Supply Tank.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A Ink Supply Tank Tube Assy Valve Lever Joint Ink Supply Tank Tube 0. „ Be careful about how to place the Ink Supply Tank Assy in order to prevent printing failure from occurring. insert the tube to the full and make sure the gap between the end of tube and the tank is 0. „ Make sure the gap between the end of Ink Supply Tank Tube Assy or Ink Supply Tube and the Joint is 0.5 mm or less Joint Ink Supply Tank Assy Ink Supply Tank Joint 0. „ Make sure there are no twists. Use a precision screwdriver when releasing the hook of the Adapter.

M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A Refilling Ink Label M200/M205 Series Refilling Ink Label M100/M105 Series Refilling Ink Label Attach the Refilling Ink Label on the position shown in the figure above. Disassembly/Reassembly Detailed Disassembly/Reassembly Procedure for each Part/Unit 55 Confidential .

4 Routing FFCs/cables ADF Frame Assy / ADF Document Support (M200/M205 Series) ADF Hinge Left (M200/M205 Series) Grounding wire of the ADF Document Support Bottom ADF Document Support Hook ADF/Scanner Unit (M200/M205 Series) ADF Hinge Left Ribs of Main Board Shield Plate Sub Grounding wire of the ADF Frame Assy Hole Hole Route the Scanner FFC inserting the hole of the Housing Left. Routing FFCs/cables 56 Confidential . Route along the rib A of the ADF Base and hang the dowel on the bottom of the ADF Base.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 2. ADF Document Support Bottom Housing Left ADF Base ADF Frame Assy Hole Grounding wire of the ADF Document Support ADF Base Rotate the grounding wire of the ADF Frame Assy and ADF Document Support(x2) as follows. 2. 2. Connect the Scanner FFC to the Relay Board and CIS Module as shown above. Hang the grounding wire (x2) on the rib (x2) of the ADF Hinge Left and route. Install the ADF Hinge Left to the ADF Base. „ Grounding wire of the ADF Frame Assy Hang the grounding wire the dowel (x3) and route through the hole of the ADF Base. „ Grounding wire Insert the hole of the Housing Left and connect the Ribs of Main Board Shield Plate Sub. Route along the inside the hook and rib B of the ADF Base and route through the hole of the ADF Base. Scanner Motor (M200/M205 Series) Standard for attaching double-sided tape Grounding wire Scanner Motor 7. 4.5 mm 5 mm Scanner Motor cable Bottom of Scanner Carriage 20 mm Relay Board Connector of Relay Board Screw it with grounding terminal Scanner Motor Scanner Carriage Scanner FFC Connector of CIS Module Double-sided tape Rib Hole Route the Scanner FFC as follows. and then secure the FFC with double-sided tape on position with the standard shown in the figure above. 1. „ Grounding wire of the ADF Document Support 1. Grounding wire Rib Route the grounding wire (x2) of the ADF Frame Assy/ADF Document Support through the ADF Hinge Left as follows. Scanner FFC (M200/M205 Series) Scanner Carriage Ferrite core ADF Hinge Left Rib A Rib B Dowel „ Scanner FFC Insert the hole of the Housing Left and connect the connector (CN11) of the Main Board through the ferrite core. Route the grounding wire (x2) through the hole (x2) of the ADF Hinge Left.B. Disassembly/Reassembly C. 2.P-TITE SCREW 3x10 F/ZN-3C (5 ± 1 kgf·cm) „ Route the Scanner Motor cable through the hooks (x4) of the Scanner Motor as shown above. „ Secure the grounding wire of the Relay Board and the Scanner Motor together with the screw as show above. Route the FFC through the ribs (x5) on the bottom of the Scanner Carriage taking care not to damage the FFC. 3. Route the FFC through the ribs (x7) of the Scanner Housing Lower taking care not to damage the FFC. 1. Insert the Scanner FFC through the hole of the Scanner Housing Lower in the direction shown above.

S-TITE SCREW 3x6 F/ZN-3C (6 ± 1 kgf·cm) Frame Base Housing Front Double-sided tape „ Route the Frame Base and Main Frame along the folded line and secure with the double-sided tape on the position shown in the above.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A Panel FFC (M200/M205 Series) Panel FFC Panel Unit (M200/M205 Series) Main Frame Panel FFC (M100/M105 Series) Right side of Main Board Connector of Panel Board CN102 Panel FFC CN61 CR Motor cable Main Board Double-sided tape Hole Head FFC Main Frame Frame Base Main Frame Hole Panel FFC Panel Unit Panel FFC Hole CN12 Grounding wire Housing Front CR Encoder FFC C. Disassembly/Reassembly Connect the following cables/FFCs to the Main Board as shown in the figure above. PF Motor cable PF Encoder FFC Ethernet Board cable M105 Series Panel FFC PS Unit cable PF Encoder FFC Panel FFC PF Motor cable PS Unit cable Wireless LAN Module Cable PF Encoder FFC Connect the following cables/FFCs to the Main Board as shown above. Left side of Main Board (M200/M205 Series) M200 Series M205 Series FFC Holder MB PF Motor cable Ethernet Board cable Ferrite core PS Unit cable Panel FFC PF Encoder FFC Left side of Main Board (M100/M105 Series) M100 Series FFC Holder MB PF Motor cable PS Unit cable Ferrite core Panel FFC Wireless LAN Module Cable Connect the following cables/FFCs to the Main Board as shown above. „ After installing the Panel Unit. Rib Double-sided tape Housing Upper Assy „ Route the Panel FFC through the rib of the Frame Base and Main Frame along the folded line and secure with the double-sided tape on the position shown above.B. „ Route the Panel FFC and grounding wire as follows before installing the Panel Unit. • CR Motor cable (CN12) • CR Encoder FFC (CN6) • Head FFC (CN102) Secure with the double-sided tape on the position shown above. • PF Motor cable (CN13) • PS Unit cable (CN501) • Wireless LAN Module Cable (CN4: only for M205 Series) • PF Encoder FFC (CN7) • Ethernet Board cable (CN14: only for M200 Series) • Panel FFC (CN2) : Secure the ferrite core of the FFC Holder MB and connect to the Main Board through the ferrite core. • Route the Panel FFC through the hole of the Panel Unit and connect the connector of the Panel Board. • PF Motor cable (CN13) • PS Unit cable (CN501) • Wireless LAN Module Cable (CN4: only for M105 Series) • PF Encoder FFC (CN7) • Ethernet Board cable (CN14: only for M100 Series) • Panel FFC (CN2) Routing FFCs/cables 57 Confidential . secure the grounding wire to the Main Frame on the position indicated in the figure above with screw (x1). „ After installing the Housing Front. „ Route through the hole of the Housing Upper Assy and secure with the double-sided tape on the position shown above. route the Panel FFC through the hole of the Housing Front. • Route the grounding wire through the hole of the Housing Front.

Bottom of Frame Base Bottom of Frame Base Ferrite core CR Motor Rib A Rib Hole Rib B CR Motor cable (black) PF Motor Secure PF Motor cable (black) with rib. 1. PF Motor CR Motor PS Unit cable Frame Base PF Motor cable CR Motor cable Hook D Groove of FFC Holder Hook E Hook C CR Motor cable (red) Rib Hole Route PF Motor cable through rib. and then route it through the rib A taking care not to let the CR Motor cable (red) come over the CR Motor cable (black).M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A PF Encoder Sensor Head FFC (Routing on the CR Unit) Left side of printer Head FFC (Routing on the Main Frame) Left side of CR Unit Aligning Head FFC with CR Encoder FFC Head FFC Connector of CR Encoder CR Unit Head FFC Fold here inside FFC Holder Rear Rib A Main Frame FFC Holder PF Encoder Sensor Rib CR Encoder FFC Stack the Head FFC over the CR Encoder FFC to keep the Head FFC on top. „ Route the Head FFC through the rib A and B. and then route it through the rib of the Frame Base. groove of the FFC Holder. PS Unit cable „ Pull out the PS Unit cable from the hole of the Frame Base first. Route the CR Motor cable (black) and CR Motor cable (red) in the order of hook D of the Main Frame. Route the CR Motor cable (black) around the rib A of the Frame Base (two turns). PS Unit Frame Base Head FFC/CR Encoder FFC Head FFC/CR Encoder FFC Align the Head FFC and CR Encoder FFC. and secure the PF Motor cable (black) with the rib of the Frame Base. Route the CR Motor cable (red) through the rib B of the Frame Base. and then route it through the rib of the Frame Base. Twist the CR Motor cable (black) and CR Motor cable (red) twice. 2. Pull out the PF Motor cable from the hole of the Frame Base. Install the PF Motor. FFC Holder PF Encoder FFC Ribs Rib B Connector of Printhead CN7 Double-sided tape Double Side Tape Route the PF Encoder through ribs of the Main Frame and connect the connector (CN7) of the Main Board. and hook E of the Main Frame. and then connect it to the connector of the Printhead. „ Put the ferrite core into the position shown in the figure above. Route the CR Motor cable as follows before installing the Shield Plate. 4. Then secure with the double-sided tape (x2) on the position shown in above. 3. 1. and then route them through the FFC Holder as shown in the figure above. and then route them through the hook C of the Main Frame. 2. Routing FFCs/cables 58 Confidential . „ Route the CR Encoder FFC along the Rib A and connect it to the connector of the CR Encoder. Disassembly/Reassembly Route the PF Motor cable as follows.

CHAPTER 3 ADJUSTMENT Confidential .

and check which adjustment(s) must be carried out. the product names are called as follows: • M200 Series: M200/M201 • M205 Series: M205 • M100 Series: M100/M101 • M105 Series: M105 „ The table items and marks used in the “Required Adjustment List” provided on the following pages have the following meanings. make sure to check the required adjustments for the all parts. „ In this chapter. use the “Final check pattern print” function to print all adjustment patterns for final check.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 3. • The “Adjustments using the Adjustment Program” need to be performed after reassembling the printer completely. „ After all required adjustments are completed. the adjustment should be made after performing the initial setting. „ When replacing the Main Board. Find the part(s) you removed or replaced. carry out the adjustment again. If you find a problem with the printout patterns. • “---” indicates that the adjustment is not required. • The “Mechanism Adjustment” should be performed just after reinstalling or reassembling the part or unit.1 Required Adjustments The table from the following page lists the required adjustments depending upon the parts being repaired or replaced. be sure to carry out them in the order given in the “Priority” row. And when multiple adjustments must be carried out. Adjustment Required Adjustments 60 Confidential . • “O” indicates that the adjustment must be carried out. „ If you have removed or replaced multiple parts. „ If the EEPROM data cannot be read out from the old Main Board using the Adjustment Program when replacing the Main Board is required. the Waste Ink Pad Assy must be replaced with the Main Board at the same time.

See " 3.3. Check the tension of the CR Timing Belt Check the tension of the PF Timing Belt Remove --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- Replace O --- --- Remove --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- Remove ---*1 --- --- Replace O --- --- Remove --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- Remove --- --- O Replace --- --- O Remove --- --- O Replace --- --- O Remove --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- --- --- --- Tray Front Assy Star Wheel Holder Assy Paper Guide Front Unit Paper Guide Lower Porous Pad Printhead Part Name Waste Ink Pad Assy Retard Roller Assy Scanner Unit Scanner Motor PS Unit PF Driven Pulley Assy PF Timing Belt EJ Roller Hopper Printout pattern How to judge Adjustment program Tool Mechanism adjustment See " 3.2 CR/PF Belt Tension Check (p71)" for the details. --- --- --- See p69 See p71 See p71 Note "*1": Necessary when the part is replaced at a point in the disassembly procedures other than specified in this manual.3. Adjustment Required Adjustments 61 Confidential . See " 3.2 CR/PF Belt Tension Check (p71)" for the details.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A Table 3-1. Required Adjustment List Adjustment Type Priority 1 2 3 Adjustment Item Checking the Platen Gap CR Belt tension check PF Belt tension check Purpose Check if the PG is within the standard.3.1 Checking the Platen Gap (p69)" for the details.

Required Adjustment List Adjustment Type Priority 1 2 3 Adjustment Item Checking the Platen Gap CR Belt tension check PF Belt tension check Purpose Check if the PG is within the standard. Adjustment Required Adjustments 62 Confidential .M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A Table 3-1.3.1 Checking the Platen Gap (p69)" for the details.2 CR/PF Belt Tension Check (p71)" for the details. Check the tension of the CR Timing Belt Check the tension of the PF Timing Belt Remove --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- Replace (Read OK) --- --- --- Replace (Read NG) --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- Replace --- O --- Remove --- --- --- Replace O O --- Remove --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- Replace O --- --- Remove --- --- --- Replace --- O --- Replace --- --- O Remove --- --- O Replace --- --- O Remove --- --- O Replace --- --- O Replace --- --- O --- --- --- LD Roller Assy CR Motor PE Sensor Lever Main Board Part Name CR Driven Pulley Main Frame Assy Paper Guide Upper Assy CR Unit CR Timing Belt Frame Base Assy PF Roller Unit PF Motor Assy Frame Base Printout pattern How to judge Adjustment program Tool Mechanism adjustment See " 3.3.3. See " 3. --- --- --- See p69 See p71 See p71 Note "*1": Necessary when the part is replaced at a point in the disassembly procedures other than specified in this manual.2 CR/PF Belt Tension Check (p71)" for the details. See " 3.

See " 3.2. OK OK OK NG NG NG 2.2.2. Examine the printout patterns for each of the four modes.2. OK NG „Normal area pattern Examine the printout patterns and enter the value for the pattern with fewest lines. To reset the counter according to the replaced parts. To correct characteristic variation of the replaced Printhead by entering its Printhead ID (Head ID). To measure and correct the electrical variation of the motor and the power supply board. Purpose Tray Front Assy Star Wheel Holder Assy Part Name Paper Guide Front Unit Printhead Waste Ink Pad Assy Retard Roller Assy Scanner Unit Printout pattern --- --- --- --- To correct the This corrects top print start position margin of printout. „Bottom area pattern Examine the printout patterns and enter the value for the pattern with no overlap and gap between the two rectangles. To align print start position at 0-digit side with that at 80-digit side in bidirectional band printing. To correct print start timing in bidirectional printing through software control. To measure and correct the electrical variation of the motor. and enter the number beside the line that is exactly 5 mm away from the paper edge. To correct variations in paper feed accuracy to achieve higher print quality in band printing.-1 0 1 2 OK NG NG NG NG OK NG NG NG Examine the misaligned lines printed on the left side of the paper. Examine the Enter the values of misaligned lines the most straight printed on top of lines. the paper. And also to set the MAC address as necessary. How to judge --- --- --- --- --- --- Adjustment program O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O Tool --- --- --- --- --- Ruler Ruler --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Note "*1": Replacement of the Paper Guide Lower Porous Pad and Waste Ink Pad Assy is necessary. Examine the printout patterns and enter the value for the pattern with no overlap and gap between the two rectangles. Examine the printout pattern and enter the number of the one with the least gap and overlap between the two different colored lines. in the CR Unit moving direction through software control. See " 3.2. To write saledestination-specific settings and the serial number into the Main Board after replacing it. Adjustment Required Adjustments 63 Confidential . timing of firing ink droplet is adjusted through software control.1 CR Motor Heat Protection Control / PF Motor Heat Protection Control (p67)" for the details.3 Scanner Motor Heat Protection Control (p68)" for the details. Required Adjustment List Adjustment Type Adjustment using the Adjustment Program Priority 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Adjustment Item EEPROM data copy Initialize Setting Head ID input Ink charge Maintenance counter First dot position adjustment TOP margin adjustment Head angular adjustment Bi-D adjustment PF/EJ adjustment PF band adjustment Paper skew adjustment PF deterioration offset CR motor heat protection control PF motor heat protection control Scanner motor heat protection control To copy adjustment values or the like stored on the old Main Board to the new board when the Main Board needs to be replaced. To reset the waste ink counter after replacing the Waste Ink Pad Assy. and enter the value for the pattern with no gap and overlap for each mode. To measure and correct the electrical variation of the motor and the power supply board. To correct variations in paper feed accuracy to achieve higher print quality. and enter the number beside the line that is exactly 5 mm away from the paper edge. Remove --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- O --- --- --- --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- O O --- --- --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- O O O O --- --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- --- --- --- --- O O --- --- O --- --- --- --- Replace --- --- O O --- O O O O --- O O --- --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- --- O --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- --- --- --- O --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- O --- --- --- --- See " 3.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A Table 3-2. -2 -1 0 1 2 --- To correct tilt of the Printhead caused at the installation through software control.1 CR Motor Heat Protection Control / PF Motor Heat Protection Control (p67)" for the details. To fill ink inside the new Printhead to make it ready for print after replacing the Printhead.

and enter the value for the pattern with no gap and overlap for each mode.3 Scanner Motor Heat Protection Control (p68)" for the details. Examine the printout patterns for each of the four modes. See " 3. To reset the counter according to the replaced parts. Adjustment Required Adjustments 64 Confidential . Examine the printout patterns and enter the value for the pattern with no overlap and gap between the two rectangles.2. Required Adjustment List Adjustment Type Adjustment using the Adjustment Program Priority 1 EEPROM data copy Adjustment Item PS Unit Part Name PF Driven Pulley Assy PF Timing Belt EJ Roller Hopper LD Roller Assy Printout pattern 3 4 5 Maintenance counter 6 7 First dot position adjustment TOP margin adjustment 8 Head ID input Ink charge To copy adjustment values or the like stored on the old Main Board to the new board when the Main Board needs to be replaced. To fill ink inside the new Printhead to make it ready for print after replacing the Printhead. --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Bi-D adjustment To correct print start timing in bidirectional printing through software control. Replace --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- O Remove --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- O O --- Remove --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- O O --- --- --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- --- --- O O --- O --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- --- --- --- O --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- See " 3. See " 3. To correct characteristic variation of the replaced Printhead by entering its Printhead ID (Head ID). To align print start position at 0-digit side with that at 80-digit side in bidirectional band printing. To measure and correct the electrical variation of the motor. --- --- --- --- -2 -1 0 1 2 --- OK OK OK NG NG NG 2. Examine the Enter the values of misaligned lines the most straight printed on top of lines. in the CR Unit moving direction through software control.2.2.-1 0 1 2 OK NG NG NG NG OK NG NG NG Examine the misaligned lines printed on the left side of the paper.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A Table 3-2.2. To correct variations in paper feed accuracy to achieve higher print quality in band printing. To write saledestination-specific settings and the serial number into the Main Board after replacing it.2. and enter the number beside the line that is exactly 5 mm away from the paper edge. To measure and correct the electrical variation of the motor and the power supply board. Examine the printout pattern and enter the number of the one with the least gap and overlap between the two different colored lines. timing of firing ink droplet is adjusted through software control. To reset the waste ink counter after replacing the Waste Ink Pad Assy. And also to set the MAC address as necessary. „Bottom area pattern Examine the printout patterns and enter the value for the pattern with no overlap and gap between the two rectangles. the paper. To measure and correct the electrical variation of the motor and the power supply board. 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 CR motor heat protection control PF motor heat protection control Scanner motor heat protection control PF/EJ adjustment PF band adjustment Paper skew adjustment PF deterioration offset To correct variations in paper feed accuracy to achieve higher print quality.1 CR Motor Heat Protection Control / PF Motor Heat Protection Control (p67)" for the details. 9 Head angular adjustment Initialize Setting Purpose Scanner Motor 2 To correct tilt of the Printhead caused at the installation through software control.1 CR Motor Heat Protection Control / PF Motor Heat Protection Control (p67)" for the details. and enter the number beside the line that is exactly 5 mm away from the paper edge. Remove --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- To correct the This corrects top print start position margin of printout. OK NG „Normal area pattern Examine the printout patterns and enter the value for the pattern with fewest lines. How to judge --- --- --- --- --- --- Adjustment program O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O Tool --- --- --- --- --- Ruler Ruler --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Note "*1": Replacement of the Paper Guide Lower Porous Pad and Waste Ink Pad Assy is necessary.

-1 0 1 2 OK NG NG NG NG OK NG NG NG Examine the misaligned lines printed on the left side of the paper. Replace --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- O --- --- Remove --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- --- --- --- O --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- --- --- --- O --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Replace (Read OK) O --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Replace (Read NG) --- O O --- O*1 O O O O O O O --- O O O Remove --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- --- --- O --- O O O O O --- --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- --- --- --- O --- O O O O --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- See " 3. Examine the printout patterns and enter the value for the pattern with no overlap and gap between the two rectangles. --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Bi-D adjustment To correct print start timing in bidirectional printing through software control. And also to set the MAC address as necessary. --- --- --- --- -2 -1 0 1 2 --- OK OK OK NG NG NG 2. Adjustment Required Adjustments 65 Confidential . Examine the printout patterns for each of the four modes. and enter the value for the pattern with no gap and overlap for each mode. How to judge --- --- --- --- --- --- Adjustment program O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O Tool --- --- --- --- --- Ruler Ruler --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Note "*1": Replacement of the Paper Guide Lower Porous Pad and Waste Ink Pad Assy is necessary.2.2. To align print start position at 0-digit side with that at 80-digit side in bidirectional band printing. To measure and correct the electrical variation of the motor and the power supply board. Remove --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- To correct the This corrects top print start position margin of printout. the paper. Examine the printout pattern and enter the number of the one with the least gap and overlap between the two different colored lines. OK NG „Normal area pattern Examine the printout patterns and enter the value for the pattern with fewest lines. and enter the number beside the line that is exactly 5 mm away from the paper edge.2. See " 3.2. To measure and correct the electrical variation of the motor. To fill ink inside the new Printhead to make it ready for print after replacing the Printhead. To reset the counter according to the replaced parts. 9 Head angular adjustment Initialize Setting Purpose CR Motor 2 To correct tilt of the Printhead caused at the installation through software control. See " 3. timing of firing ink droplet is adjusted through software control. To reset the waste ink counter after replacing the Waste Ink Pad Assy. To correct characteristic variation of the replaced Printhead by entering its Printhead ID (Head ID). Examine the Enter the values of misaligned lines the most straight printed on top of lines. To write saledestination-specific settings and the serial number into the Main Board after replacing it. „Bottom area pattern Examine the printout patterns and enter the value for the pattern with no overlap and gap between the two rectangles. 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 CR motor heat protection control PF motor heat protection control Scanner motor heat protection control PF/EJ adjustment PF band adjustment Paper skew adjustment PF deterioration offset To correct variations in paper feed accuracy to achieve higher print quality. Required Adjustment List Adjustment Type Adjustment using the Adjustment Program Priority 1 EEPROM data copy Adjustment Item Part Name PE Sensor Lever Main Board CR Driven Pulley Main Frame Assy Paper Guide Upper Assy Printout pattern 3 4 5 Maintenance counter 6 7 First dot position adjustment TOP margin adjustment 8 Head ID input Ink charge To copy adjustment values or the like stored on the old Main Board to the new board when the Main Board needs to be replaced.2.1 CR Motor Heat Protection Control / PF Motor Heat Protection Control (p67)" for the details.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A Table 3-2. To measure and correct the electrical variation of the motor and the power supply board.1 CR Motor Heat Protection Control / PF Motor Heat Protection Control (p67)" for the details.3 Scanner Motor Heat Protection Control (p68)" for the details. and enter the number beside the line that is exactly 5 mm away from the paper edge. in the CR Unit moving direction through software control. To correct variations in paper feed accuracy to achieve higher print quality in band printing.

2. See " 3. --- --- --- --- -2 -1 0 1 2 --- OK OK OK NG NG NG 2. See " 3.-1 0 1 2 OK NG NG NG NG OK NG NG NG Examine the misaligned lines printed on the left side of the paper. Required Adjustment List Adjustment Type Adjustment using the Adjustment Program Priority 1 EEPROM data copy Adjustment Item Part Name CR Timing Belt Frame Base Assy PF Roller Unit PF Motor Assy Frame Base Printout pattern 3 4 5 Maintenance counter 6 7 First dot position adjustment TOP margin adjustment 8 Head ID input Ink charge To copy adjustment values or the like stored on the old Main Board to the new board when the Main Board needs to be replaced. To measure and correct the electrical variation of the motor.2. Examine the printout pattern and enter the number of the one with the least gap and overlap between the two different colored lines. 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 CR motor heat protection control PF motor heat protection control Scanner motor heat protection control PF/EJ adjustment PF band adjustment Paper skew adjustment PF deterioration offset To correct variations in paper feed accuracy to achieve higher print quality. To reset the waste ink counter after replacing the Waste Ink Pad Assy. Examine the printout patterns for each of the four modes. Remove --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- To correct the This corrects top print start position margin of printout.1 CR Motor Heat Protection Control / PF Motor Heat Protection Control (p67)" for the details. --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Bi-D adjustment To correct print start timing in bidirectional printing through software control. To write saledestination-specific settings and the serial number into the Main Board after replacing it. timing of firing ink droplet is adjusted through software control. To measure and correct the electrical variation of the motor and the power supply board. Examine the Enter the values of misaligned lines the most straight printed on top of lines. And also to set the MAC address as necessary.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A Table 3-2. To align print start position at 0-digit side with that at 80-digit side in bidirectional band printing.2. Adjustment Required Adjustments 66 Confidential . How to judge --- --- --- --- --- --- Adjustment program O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O Tool --- --- --- --- --- Ruler Ruler --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Note "*1": Replacement of the Paper Guide Lower Porous Pad and Waste Ink Pad Assy is necessary. To correct characteristic variation of the replaced Printhead by entering its Printhead ID (Head ID). To fill ink inside the new Printhead to make it ready for print after replacing the Printhead.2. To correct variations in paper feed accuracy to achieve higher print quality in band printing.3 Scanner Motor Heat Protection Control (p68)" for the details. 9 Head angular adjustment Initialize Setting Purpose CR Unit 2 To correct tilt of the Printhead caused at the installation through software control. the paper. OK NG „Normal area pattern Examine the printout patterns and enter the value for the pattern with fewest lines. To measure and correct the electrical variation of the motor and the power supply board.1 CR Motor Heat Protection Control / PF Motor Heat Protection Control (p67)" for the details. in the CR Unit moving direction through software control. and enter the number beside the line that is exactly 5 mm away from the paper edge. To reset the counter according to the replaced parts. „Bottom area pattern Examine the printout patterns and enter the value for the pattern with no overlap and gap between the two rectangles. and enter the number beside the line that is exactly 5 mm away from the paper edge. Replace --- --- --- --- --- O O O O --- O O --- --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- --- --- O O --- O O O O --- --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- --- --- --- O --- --- O O --- O --- --- --- Remove --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Replace --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- O --- --- --- --- O --- Replace --- --- --- --- --- O O --- O --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- See " 3.2. and enter the value for the pattern with no gap and overlap for each mode. Examine the printout patterns and enter the value for the pattern with no overlap and gap between the two rectangles.

2.1 CR Motor Heat Protection Control / PF Motor Heat Protection Control Purpose To measure the manufacturing variations of the DC motors (CR Motor/PF Motor). 3. In the worst case.2. The correction value is automatically measured and the measurement value is written to the EEPROM on the Main Board. functions related to safety and privacy policy.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 3. excessive heat generation may cause smoke or ignition. Procedure 1. See "3.2. Select from the menu of the Adjustment Program.1 Operating Environment The operating environment for the Adjustment Program is as follows.2 Details of the Adjustment Program Refer to the guide in the Adjustment Program for the details of the procedure. † OS: Windows XP. --- Required Adjustments 67 Confidential . Adjustment Program screen Execute button Execute button Check the check box of the replaced parts.2.2. Check the check box of the replaced parts and press the “Execute” button to measure the correction value.1 Required Adjustments (p60)" for the adjustments not explained here. Risks if the adjustment is not correctly made The printer cannot measure the current value of motor correctly. Remarks Adjustment Check the check box of the replaced parts.2 Adjustment Program This section provides the operating environment. and the adjustment item newly added of the Adjustment Program. Main Board and Power Supply Board to determine the correction value used for estimating the current values of the motors. and which may results in trouble such as incorrect control of motors when allotting a cool down period according to each heat generation. 3. then the heat generation caused by motor drive cannot be estimated accurately either. Vista † Interface: USB 3.

vibration. the printer cannot control the drive of the motors correctly. Select from the menu of the Adjustment Program and press the “Perform” button to measure the correction value.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 3. Risks if the adjustment is not correctly made Because the printer cannot measure the current value of the motor accurately. Procedure 1. Press the “Check” button to confirm the written value in the EEPROM is within the standard range. After the Scanner Carriage is operated.2. 2. which may result in occurrence or generation of scanner fatal error. even if just a mechanical load with which the Scanner Carriage can operate without any problem is applied.3 Scanner Motor Heat Protection Control Purpose To measure the manufacturing variation of the DC motor (Scanner) to determine the correction value used for estimating the current value of the motor. Adjustment Program screen Perform button Check button Remarks Adjustment --- Required Adjustments 68 Confidential . or noises. 3. Turn off the printer and turn it back on. the correction value is automatically measured and the measurement value is written to the EEPROM on the Main Board.

„ Move the CR Unit by pulling the CR Timing Belt.3 Mechanism Adjustment / Check This section provides the procedure for the mechanism adjustment and check.6 mm (x2). Adjustment Required Adjustments 69 Confidential . „ This printer does not have any PG adjustment mechanism.8 ± 0. Even if the unit is correctly reassembled but the PG still cannot fall within the standard range. „ Check the PG with new ink cartridges installed to the CR Unit.3. first check if the unit is correctly reassembled following the instructions in this manual.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 3. make sure of the following. If the PG cannot fall within the standard range after performing the platen gap check described in this section.0 mm (x2) † Confirmation procedure When checking the PG. replace the unit with a new/refurbished one. however. 2.2 mm † Tools „ Thickness gauge: 1.1 Checking the Platen Gap This section describes the procedure for checking the platen gap (PG). „ The standard range of the PG is as follows: • Standard: 1. 3. it is designed so that the platen gap can fall within the expected range if you correctly reassemble the unit (including using the Epson-specified jigs) according to this manual. and also with all parts related to the PG installed to the printer (p 60). „ Be careful not to damage the nozzles of the Printhead with the thickness gauge.

Move the CR Unit to the center of the printer.0 mm) on the position B shown in Figure 3-1. 2. and place the thickness gauges (2.) Adjustment Required Adjustments 70 Confidential . therefore. Position of the Thickness Gauge 3. the PG is greater than the standard value. and place the thickness gauges (2. If not. 9. therefore. Pull the CR Timing Belt to move the CR Unit to both ends and confirm the CR Unit does not touch the thickness gauges. replace the unit with a new/refurbished one. reassemble the unit and perform PG check again.*1 4. Pull the CR Timing Belt to move the CR Unit to both ends and confirm the CR Unit touches the thickness gauges. *2 Note "*1": If the CR Unit comes in contact with the thickness gauges. 7.0 mm) on the position A shown in Figure 3-1. reassemble the unit and perform PG check again. Move the CR Unit to the center. Pull the CR Timing Belt to move the CR Unit to both ends and confirm the CR Unit does not touch the thickness gauges.6 mm) on the position B shown in Figure 3-1. replace the unit with a new/refurbished one. 5.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 1. and place the thickness gauges (1. (If the unit is correctly reassembled. 80-digit side B 0-digit side B A A Thickness gauges Figure 3-1. *2 8. Move the CR Unit to the center. the PG is smaller than the standard value. check if the unit is correctly reassembled.*1 6. Place the thickness gauges (1. (If the unit is correctly reassembled.) "*2": If the CR Unit does not come in contact with the thickness gauges. Pull the CR Timing Belt to move the CR Unit to both ends and confirm the CR Unit touches the thickness gauges. If not. check if the unit is correctly reassembled.6 mm) on the position A shown in Figure 3-1. Move the CR Unit to the center.

replace the unit with a new/refurbished one. „ This printer is designed so that the each tension of the CR Timing Belt and PF Timing Belt fall within the expected range if you correctly reassemble the unit according to this manual. 4. However. „ Be careful not to damage the timing belt when flipping it with the plastic tweezers. „ Flip the timing belt as weak as the sonic tension meter can measure it. „ Bring the microphone of the sonic tension meter within 5 mm from the timing belt but do not let it touch the belt. Checking the CR Timing Belt Tension Perform the CR Belt tension check after performing " 3. Set the following parameters to the sonic tension meter: 1. deformation of any related part(s) can cause improper tension of the belt. Bring the microphone of the sonic tension meter close to the position shown in Figure 3-2. Check the average of the measured values falls within the standard range. Move the CR Unit to 0-digit side.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 3. Press the “MEASURE” button of the sonic tension meter and flip the upper of the CR Timing Belt with plastic tweezers and measure the tension of the belt three times. 2.2 CR/PF Belt Tension Check This section describes the CR/PF Belt tension check.3. 1.1 g/m „ Weight: „ Width: 3 mm „ Span: 326 mm 3. 5.1 Checking the Platen Gap (p69)".5 N † Tools „ Sonic tension meter (Parts code: 1294120) „ Plastic tweezers † Confirmation procedure When performing the CR/PF Belt tension check. „ Within the standard range: the CR Timing Belt tension check is complete. „ Out of the standard range: replace the unit with a new/refurbished one. „ The standard tension range is as follows: • CR Timing Belt: 9 ± 1 N • PF Timing Belt: 5 ± 2.3. CR Timing Belt Measurement position Figure 3-2. make sure of the following. In such case. Checking the CR Timing Belt Tension Adjustment Required Adjustments 71 Confidential .

Set the following parameters to the sonic tension meter: 1. Checking the PF Timing Belt Tension If not within the standard though performing the PF Timing Belt Tension Check twice. „ Within the standard range: the PF Timing Belt tension check is complete. Press the “MEASURE” button of the sonic tension meter and flip the lower of the PF Timing Belt with plastic tweezers and measure the tension of the belt three times.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A Checking the PF Timing Belt Tension Perform the PF Belt tension check before installing the PF Scale and the PF Encoder Sensor. Adjustment Required Adjustments 72 Confidential . Left side PF Driven Pulley Assy PF Timing Belt Measurement position Figure 3-3. 4. replace the unit with a new/refurbished one.2 mm „ Span: 29 mm 2.2 g/m „ Weight: „ Width: 3. „ Out of the standard range: reinstall the " PF Driven Pulley Assy / PF Timing Belt (p50)". 1. 3. Check the average of the measured values falls within the standard range. and then perform the PF Timing Belt Tension Check again. Bring the microphone of the sonic tension meter close to the position shown in Figure 3-3.

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and apply the specified type and amount of the grease to the specified part of the printer mechanism.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 4.2 Lubrication The type and amount of the grease used to lubricate the printer parts are determined based on the results of the internal evaluations. For glossy or transparent parts. use of unwoven cloth is recommended to avoid scratching those parts. „ To minimize the effect on the parts. „ When wiping paper dust off the LD Roller. if need arises. „ Inside of the printer Remove paper dust with a vacuum cleaner.1. „ After using alcohol for cleaning. For the parts which are not supplied as ASP. However. be careful not to rub against the surface asperity. † Instructions for cleaning „ Exterior parts such as housing Wipe dirt off with a soft clean cloth moistened with water. Therefore. refer to "4. † Instructions for cleaning ink stains Wipe the stains off with a cloth wrung out of diluted alcohol.2 Lubrication Points and Instructions (p75)" for the repairing procedures below. „ Rubber or plastic rollers such as an LD roller used to feed paper If paper dust adhered to the rollers decreases the frictional force of the rollers and the rollers cannot properly feed paper. 4. Doing so may cause them to get cloudy. wipe off the paper dust with a soft cloth moistened with diluted alcohol. use diluted alcohol such as 70% diluted ether. there are no other mechanical parts or units that require periodic cleaning. if their movement is not smooth enough. † Grease Type Name EPSON Part Code Supplier Grease G-45 1033657 EPSON Grease G-71 1304682 EPSON Grease G-74 1409257 EPSON † Tools Name Availability EPSON Part Code Injector O* --- Brush O* --- Flux dispenser O* 1049533 Note *: Use tools whose specifications are specified in "4.2 Lubrication Points and Instructions (p75)" also provides information about whether or not the parts which require lubrication are supplied as ASP and the lubrication status when supplied as ASP. clean the component observing the following instructions.1 Overview This section provides information to maintain the printer in its optimum condition. Maintenance Overview 74 Confidential . check their lubrication status and lubricate them if necessary.1.2 Lubrication Points and Instructions (p75)". „ Do not use alcohol for cleaning the transparent parts. "4. 4.1 Cleaning Except for the Printhead. make sure to wipe the part off with a soft dry dust-free cloth to remove alcohol traces fully.

4 mm 2. (1)Application Point Figure 4-1. <Remarks> Apply with injector. Lubrication of the Scanner Carriage (1) 75 Confidential . spread it with brush for whole shaft. 2. then spread it all over the entire internal circumference of the bearing. Application Point Figure 4-2. † For section A. Appropriate amount <Application Amount> Appropriate amount (x6) Section A (See Cross-section view. Contact points (x2) on the ADF Base with the Combination Gear 24. † Stir G-74 before use. † Lubricate before attaching the part.) Spread it all over internal circumference. <Remarks> † Apply with injector.) <Remarks> † Apply with flux dispenser. Lubrication of the Scanner Unit Maintenance Application Point Figure 4-3.6. Application Point Section A (See Cross-section view.02 g <Remarks> † Apply with injector.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 4. Shaft on the ADF Frame Assy (x9) <Lubrication Point> Contact points (x6) on the Scanner Carriage with the CIS Module Unit <Type> G-74 <Type> G-71 <Application Amount> 1. Lubrication of the Bevel Gear Shaft 10. Lubrication of the ADF Frame Assy Scanner Unit <Part supply as ASP> Yes <Lubrication status when supplied as ASP> Not lubricated <Lubrication Point> Contact point of the Scanner Unit and the printer <Part supply as ASP> Yes <Lubrication status when supplied as ASP> Not lubricated Bevel Gear Shaft 10.2 Lubrication Points and Instructions <Part supply as ASP> Supplied as the ADF Unit <Lubrication status when supplied as ASP> Lubricated ADF Base ADF Frame Assy Cross-section of section A <Lubrication Point> 1.4 <Lubrication Point> Shaft on the Bevel Gear Shaft 10. † After applying with (2)Application Point <Part supply as ASP> Supplied as the Scanner Unit <Lubrication status when supplied as ASP> Lubricated injector.4 CIS Module Unit Scanner Carriage <Type> G-71 <Type> G-71 <Application Amount> Appropriate amount <Application Amount> 0.9.4 Lubrication Points and Instructions Figure 4-4. apply grease over the area shown in the Crosssection view.

3.8 6 mm <Lubrication Point> On gap (x4) on the bottom of the Scanner Carriage <Type> G-45 Combination gear 18. Figure 4-6.66 3.66/Combination Gear 19.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Enlarged figure Revision A <Part supply as ASP> Supplied as the Scanner Unit <Lubrication status when supplied as ASP> Lubricated Apply on the groove Scanner Carriage Combination gear 19. Gear sections (x2) on the Pinion Gear of the Combination Gear 18. Head 2.8 <Type> G-45 Front side <Lubrication Point> 1.01 g x 4 points <Application Amount> 1.4. Lubrication of the Scanner Carriage (2) † Grease spreading procedure 1. Spread the grease from the center of the Guide rail to the origin position side with brush. † Keep the grease spreading procedures.01 g x 2 points 2. Frame Base Application Point Figure 4-8. After applying the grease. Lubrication of the Scanner Housing Lower Maintenance <Type> G-74 <Application Amount> 0. Scanner Housing Lower Guide rail 1.4. follow the procedure below to spread it with brush.9. Application Point Rear side <Part supply as ASP> Supplied as the Scanner Unit <Lubrication status when supplied as ASP> Lubricated Rear side: Hook <Part supply as ASP> Supplied as the Printer Mechanism <Lubrication status when supplied as ASP> Lubricated Front side: Rib <Lubrication Point> Guide rail of the Scanner Housing Lower (x6) <Lubrication Point> Ribs (x12) and hooks (x6) on the Frame Base (Contact points of the EJ Roller) Section A Section B Section C Origin position side Front side Rear side Drive Gear side <Application Amount> Appropriate amount <Remarks> † Do not apply directly on the head of the Guide rail.2.9. Spread the grease for the Guide rail B from the origin position side to the Drive Gear side with brush. † Be careful not to let grease flow over.66 2.8 <Type> G-45 <Remarks> † Apply grease on inner on the groove † Be careful not to let grease flow over. Shaft hole of the Combination Gear 19.10.10. Lubrication of Combination Gear 14. 4. † Be careful not to let grease flow over.03 g x 6 points Guide rail Cross-section: Spreading procedure <Remarks> 1.3.2.66 4 mm Cross-section Cross-section <Application Amount> 0. Lubrication of the Frame Base (1) Figure 4-7. Shaft hole of the Combination Gear 18.4.4.2. 2. Apply with injector. Application Point 2. 0. † Stir G-74 before use. spread it over the entire inner surface the shaft hole shown in the figure. Guide rail Cross-section: Application Point <Part supply as ASP> Supplied as the Scanner Unit <Lubrication status when supplied as ASP> Lubricated Lubrication Points and Instructions 76 Confidential . 0.10. After applying with injector. Application Point <Remarks> † Apply with flux dispenser. Spread the grease for the Guide rail A from the Drive Gear side to the origin position side with brush.01 g Scanner Carriage Application Point Figure 4-5. 3. † Apply with injector.9.9. Spread the grease for the Guide rail C from the Drive Gear side to the origin position side with brush.

Contact points (x2) on the Frame Base with the Hopper 2. † Apply grease along the groove on the Frame Base. Lubrication of the Frame Base (2) Maintenance Figure 4-11. † Stir G-74 before use. Application Point Figure 4-10. G-71 2. Lubrication of the Frame Base (3) Rear left Apply grease on rib Apply inside the groove Rear right Apply grease on rib Apply inside the groove <Part supply as ASP> Supplied as the Printer Mechanism <Lubrication status when supplied as ASP> Lubricated <Lubrication Point> Contact points (x4) on the Frame Base with the Paper Support Assy <Type> G-74 1.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A <Part supply as ASP> Supplied as the Printer Mechanism <Lubrication status when supplied as ASP> Lubricated Apply grease on sides. Contact points (x7: only Multifunction Printer) on the Frame Base with the Stacker Assy <Lubrication Point> Contact point (x3) on the EJ Roller with the Frame Base <Type> G-71 <Application Amount> Appropriate amount <Type> 1. <Application Amount> Appropriate amount <Remarks> † Apply with flux dispenser. G-74 Frame Base <Part supply as ASP> Supplied as Printer Mechanism <Lubrication status when supplied as ASP> Lubricated Frame Base <Remarks> † Apply with injector. Apply grease on the groove Apply grease on the groove <Lubrication Point> 1. Application Point Top: Multifunction Printer Apply grease on ribs Bottom: Multifunction Printer <Application Amount> Appropriate amount Apply grease on ribs <Remarks> † Apply with flux dispenser. Frame Base Apply grease on ribs Apply grease on both sides of dowels Application Point Figure 4-9. Application Point 2. Lubrication of the Frame Base (4) Lubrication Points and Instructions 77 Confidential . † Stir G-74 before use.

Contact points (x4) on the lower side of the Main Frame Assy with the CR Unit <Part supply as ASP> Yes <Lubrication status when supplied as ASP> Not lubricated <Part supply as ASP> None <Lubrication status when supplied as ASP> --- <Lubrication Point> Contact point on the Hopper with the Frame Base <Lubrication Point> 1.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A Main Frame Assy Main Frame Assy <Part supply as ASP> Supplied as the Printer Mechanism <Lubrication status when supplied as ASP> Lubricated Hopper <Lubrication Point> 1. Lubrication of the EJ Roller Gear 78 Confidential . Contact points (x6) on the groove of the CR Driven Pulley Holder with the Main Frame <Type> G-74 CR Driven Pulley Holder <Application Amount> Appropriate amount <Type> G-71 <Remarks> † Apply with flux dispenser. † Lubricate before attaching the part. rotate the EJ Roller Gear to spread the grease. Lubrication of the EJ Roller Lubrication Points and Instructions Application Point Figure 4-17. EJ Roller Application Point Figure 4-15. † After applying to the specified position. <Remarks> † Apply with injector. apply grease along the tier on the shaft. <Type> G-71 <Application Amount> Appropriate amount <Application Amount> Appropriate amount <Remarks> † Apply with injector. Lubrication of the Hopper Figure 4-12. † Check the lubrication condition and apply grease if necessary. Lubrication of the CR Driven Pulley Assy <Part supply as ASP> Yes <Lubrication status when supplied as ASP> Not lubricated Frame Base <Lubrication Point> Cam of the contact point with the Hopper/Paper Back Lever (x2) EJ Roller Gear 2. Contact point (x1) on the upper side of the Main Frame Assy with the CR Unit 2. † Stir G-74 before use.06 g <Application Amount> φ 1 mm x Appropriate amount <Remarks> † Using injector. On the bearings (x2) of the CR Driven Pulley on the CR Driven Pulley Holder 2. † Lubricate before attaching the part. <Remarks> Apply with injector. Figure 4-14. Frame Base CR Unit Application Point 1. Application Point Application Point Figure 4-16. † Apply before attaching the LD Roller Assy. Lubrication of the Main Frame Assy <Part supply as ASP> Supplied as the LD Roller Shaft <Lubrication status when supplied as ASP> Not lubricated LD Roller Assy <Lubrication Point> Contact point (x1 on the shaft) on the EJ Roller with the Frame Base Maintenance <Lubrication Point> Shaft on the EJ Roller Gear EJ Roller Gear <Type> G-71 <Application Amount> φ 1 mm x 1 circle <Application Amount> 0. Lubrication of the LD Roller Assy <Part supply as ASP> Yes <Lubrication status when supplied as ASP> Not lubricated <Type> G-71 <Type> G-71 <Remarks> † Apply with injector. Application Point Application Point Figure 4-13.

† Lubricate before attaching the part. Application Point Figure 4-18.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A <Part supply as ASP> Yes <Lubrication status when supplied as ASP> Not lubricated Paper Back Lever <Lubrication Point> Contact points (x2) on the Paper Back Lever with the Frame Base <Type> G-71 <Application Amount> 0. Lubrication of the Paper Back Lever Maintenance Lubrication Points and Instructions 79 Confidential .06 g x 2 points <Remarks> † Apply with injector.

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M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 5. refer to " Function List According to Models (p32)". Connector Diagram Appendix Connector Diagram 81 Confidential . ADF / Scanner Unit SCN Motor CR Unit CIS CR Encoder Printhead Panel Unit CN1 M200/M205 Series CN1 Panel Board CN1 LCD M100/M105 Series CN61 CN102 Panel Board CN11 CN1 CN2 Main Board CN3 PE Sensor CN12 USB CN4 CN13 CN501 CN14 CN7 WiFi Board M205/M105 Series CR Motor PF Motor CN2 PS Board Ethernet Board AC in M200/M100 Series PF Encoder Figure 5-1. For the function differences of each model. the product names are called as follows: „ M200 Series: M200/M201 „ M205 Series: M205 „ M100 Series: M100/M101 „ M105 Series: M105 Cable connections of this printer are shown below.1 Connector Diagram In this chapter.

(See Figure 2-10.2 Points to be checked before packing the printer „ The Valve Lever is on the position shown below (the Choke Valve is closed).M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 5. Appendix Points to be checked before packing the printer 82 Confidential . Cap „ The opened ink bottle is not included in the box.) Valve Lever „ All the caps of the Ink Supply Tank Assy are securely closed.

† Risks if it is not performed Fatal error caused by the damage of the Change Lever. width: 22 mm. when securing the CR Unit with strong tape. † Preparation Prepare a piece of strong tape „ Multifunction Printer Length: 180 mm. 1. Attach the strong tape on to the Housing Right. fold one end 5 ± 2 mm. „ When securing the CR Unit of the multifunction printer. 4. and secure the CR Unit. Pull the CR Timing Belt. fold one end 5 ± 2 mm.3 Protection for Transportation This section describes the cautions for packing the printer before returning it to the user. width: 14 mm. „ Singlefunction Printer Length: 180 mm. † Method „ In order to prevent damaging the Change Lever. 3. the CR Unit should be secured at the position indicated in Step 2. Securing the CR Unit Appendix Protection for Transportation 83 Confidential .M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 5. Attach the not-folded end of strong tape on the bottom of the CR Unit. 2.1 Securing the CR Unit † Purpose To prevent damaging the Change Lever by shock during transportation. Therefore. and move the CR Unit to the 80-digit side slightly so that the CR Unit can touch the side of the tip on the Change Lever. 5. hold the Timing Belt to keep the position of the CR Unit as is and avoid the CR Unit from moving to the 0-digit side. Turn off the printer to set the CR Unit to its home position. attach the strong tape so that the gap between the strong tape and ink replacement label attached on the Housing Right is 2 ± 1 mm. Change Lever CR Unit Figure 5-2.3. CR Unit Strong tape Housing Right Align the bottom of the CR Unit.

width: 22 mm. width: 16 mm. Diagram A Paper Support Sub Diagram B Folded ends Folded ends Paper Support Strong tape Housing Left Figure 5-3. fold one end 5 ± 2 mm. † Risks if it is not performed The Paper Support/Paper Support Sub will be scratched and the abrasion powder will be produced due to the shock during transportation. „ Singlefunction Printer (3 tapes) • Length: 80 mm.3. Securing the Paper Support/Paper Support Sub (Multifunction Printer) Appendix Protection for Transportation 84 Confidential . † Method „ Multifunction Printer 1.2 Securing the Paper Support/Paper Support Sub † Purpose To prevent damaging the Paper Support/Paper Support Sub by the shock during transportation. fold one end 5 ± 2 mm. fold one end 5 ± 2 mm. Attach the strong tape 2) to the position on the following diagram B and secure the Paper Support. † Preparation Prepare two pieces of strong tape „ Multifunction Printer • 1) Length: 60 mm. Attach the strong tape 1) to the position on the following diagram A and secure the Paper Support Sub.M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A 5. width: 22 mm. 2. • 2) Length: 50 mm.

Securing the Paper Support/Paper Support Sub (Singlefunction Printer) Appendix Protection for Transportation 85 Confidential .M200 / M205 / M100 / M105 Series Revision A „ Singlefunction Printer Attach the strong tape (3 tapes) to the position on the following diagram and secure the Paper Support/ Paper Support Sub on the Housing Upper Assy. Rear Paper Support/ Paper Support Sub Paper Support/ Paper Support Sub Strong tape Folded ends Figure 5-4.