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Error Code Details

iR7105 / iR7095 / iR7086

Code Detail code Description


*: model equipped with DADF-Q1 (iR7105/7095).
**: model equipped with DADF-M1 (iR7086).
E000 The fixing unit has overheated.After correcting the fault, be sure to reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CL
0000 The reading of the main thermistor is less than 70 deg C 3.5 min after power-
on.

0010 The power has been turned off and then on without resetting the error.
E001 The fixing unit has overheated.After correcting the fault, be sure to reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CL
0001 The reading of the main thermistor or the sub thermistor is 230 deg C or more
for 2 sec. (hardware detection)
0002 The reading of the main thermistor or the sub thermistor is 230 deg C or more
for 2 sec or more. (software detection)

0003 The difference in the readings of the main thermistor and the sub thermistor is
50 deg C for 1 sec. (main thermistor reading>sub thermistor reading)
0004 The difference in the readings of the main thermistor and the sub thermistor is
50 deg C for 1 sec or more. (main thermistor reading>/=sub thermistor reading)
0010 The power has been turned off and then on without resetting the error.
E002 The fixing unit has overheated.After correcting the error, be sure to reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>C
0000 The reading of the main thermistor has exceeded 70 deg C, but does not reach
100 deg C within 2.5 sec thereafter.

0001 The reading of the main thermistor has exceeded 100 deg C, but does not
reach 150 deg C within 2.5 min thereafter.

0010 The power has been turned on without resetting the error.
E003 The fixing unit temperature is abnormally low.After correcting the fault, be sure to reset the error. (COPIER>F
0000 The reading of the main thermistor has exceeded 100 deg C, but is 70 deg C or
less for 2 sec thereafter.

E004 The fixing unit has a fault. (protective circuit ON)After correcting the fault, be sure to reset the error. (COPIER
0000 While the sub heater is on, the SSR for the heater drive has a short-circuit for 5
sec or more.
0001 While the main heater is on, the SSR for the heater drive has a short-circuit for
5 sec or more.
E005 The fixing web has run out.After correcting the fault, be sure to reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEA
0000 The absence of the fixing web has been detected for 5 sec or more.

0010 The power has been turned off and then on without resetting the error.
E010 The main motor rotation is faulty.
E010
0000 After the main motor has gone on, the FG signal of the motor is not detected for
2 sec or more.

E012 The drum motor rotation is faulty.


0000 After the drum motor has gone on, the PLL lock signal of the motor is not
detected for 2 sec or more.

E013 The waste toner feedscrew is stuck. (clogged with waste toner)After correcting the fault, be sure to reset the
(COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)
0000 The waste toner feedscrew is stuck for 4 sec or more.

0010 The power has been turned off and then on without resetting the error.
E014 The fixing motor rotation is faulty.
0000 After the fixing motor has gone on, the PLL signal of the motor is not detected
for 2 sec or more.

E015 The pickup motor rotation is faulty.


0000 The pickup motor has gone on, but the FG signal of the motor is not detected
for 2 sec or more.

E019 The waste toner case is full.


0000 After the waste toner case has become full, 50,000 prints (A4) or more have
been made without disposing of the waste toner.

E020 The developing assembly is out of toner. The buffer motor rotation is faulty. The toner feed motor (sub hoppe
fault, be sure to reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)
0001 The absence of toner inside the developing assembly is detected of 120 sec or
more even when toner supply operation has been executed for the assembly.

0002 The absence of toner in the buffer is detected for 60 sec even after toner
supply operation for the buffer has been executed and when there is toner
inside the hopper.
0003 The absence of toner inside the buffer is detected for 210 sec or more even
when there is toner inside the sub hopper and after toner supply operation of
that buffer following the replacement of the toner bottle.
0004 The absence of toner inside he buffer is detected for 150 sec or more even
when there is toner inside the buffer and after toner supply operation has been
executed for the buffer following the replacement of the toner bottle.
0005 When installation mode (COPIER>FUNCTION>INSTALL>TONER-S) is
executed, the developing assembly inside toner sensor does not detect the
presence of toner.
0006 When installation mode (COPIER>FUNCTION>INSTALL>TONER-S) is
executed, the developing assembly inside toner sensor detects the presence of
toner, but it does not detect the presence for 600 sec or more thereafter.
0007 When installing mode (COVER>FUNCTION>INSTALL>TONER-S) is
executed, the buffer inside toner sensor does not detect the presence of toner
for 60 sec or more.

0008 When the toner feed motor (sub hopper) is driven, a fault is detected for 3 sec
or more for the motor.
0009 There is a fault in the rotation of the buffer motor.

0010 The power has been turned off and then on without resetting the error.
E025 The toner bottle motor rotation is faulty.
0000 A toner bottle motor error (over-current) is detected for 10 sec for a second
time.MEMO:The 1st detection of the error will cause the machine to indicate
the message "Shake and Replace the Toner Container."
0001 The toner bottle motor is not connected.
E032 The copy data controller/NE controller counter fails to operate.
0001 An open circuit of the counter signal has been detected.

E043 The rotation of the pickup motor of the side paper deck is faulty.
0000 The side paper deck pickup motor has gone on, but the PLL lock signal is not
detected for 2 sec or more (1st detection).MEMO:For the 2nd and subsequent
detection, the machine will indicate "E043" on the screen offering a choice of
sources of paper.
E051 E051 The horizontal registration HP detection has an error.
0001 After the start of horizontal registration HP detection, the HP sensor is not off
within 5 sec (i.e., not leaving home position).MEMO:If an error is detected in
the course of horizontal registration HP detection at power-on, the machine will
indicate the presence of a jam.
0002 After the start of horizontal registration HP detection, the home position is not
detected within 5 sec.MEMO:If an error is detected in the course of horizontal
registration HP detection at power-on, the machine will indicate the presence of
a jam.
0003 Replace the horizontal registration HP sensor. Replace the horizontal
registration motor. Replace the stackless transport driver PCB. Replace the DC
controller PCB.
E065 The high-voltage output has a fault. (primary charging assembly)
0000 A fault (leak) is detected when high voltage is supplied to the primary charging
assembly.

E067 The high-voltage output has a fault.


0000 A fault is detected at the same time in 2 of the following: primary high voltage,
pre-transfer high voltage, transfer high voltage, separation high voltage.

E068 The high-voltage output has a fault. (separation charging assembly)


0000 A fault (leak) has been detected while the separation charging assembly is
being supplied with high voltage.

E069 The transfer high voltage has an error.


0000 A fault (leak) has been detected while the transfer charging assembly is being
supplied with high voltage.

E102 A read error has occurred in relation to the laser scanner unit EEPROM data.
0001 The correction data cannot be read from the EEPROM of the laser scanner
unit.

E110 The laser scanner motor rotation has a fault.


E110
0000 After the laser scanner motor has gone on, the PLL lock signal of the motor is
not detected for 15 sec or more.

E121 A fault exists in the rotation of the following: laser scanner unit cooling fan, reader heat discharge fan 1, read
0001 The laser scanner unit cooling fan has a fault.After the laser scanner unit
cooling fan has gone on, the fan stop signal is detected for 5 sec or more.

0002 The reader heat discharge fan 1 has a fault.After the reader heat discharge fan
1 has gone on, the fan stop signal is detected for 5 sec or more.

0003 The reader heat discharge fan 2 has a fault.After the reader heat discharge fan
2 has gone on, the fan stop signal is detected for 5 sec or more.

E197 The laser scanner motor communication has a fault.


0000 The communication with the laser control IC is not normal.
E202 The scanner HP detection mechanism has a fault.
0001 While HP positioning is under way, the forward trip fails.

0002 While HP positioning is under way, the reverse trip fails.


E225 The intensity of the scanning lamp is inadequate. (The lamp is exhausted.)
0001 At time of shading, the intensity of light is below the standard level.

**0002 In ADF mode, the intensity of light is below the standard level between sheets.
E227 The reader unit power supply (24 V) has a fault.
0001 At power-on, the 24V port is off.
0002 At the start of a job, the 24V port is off.
0003 At the end of a job, the 24V port is off.
0004 While a load is driven, the 24V port is off.
E240 ** E240 ** A fault exists in the communication between the main controller and the DC controller.
0000 A fault has occurred in the communication between the CPUs of the main
controller and the DC controller.
E248 A fault exists in the following: main controller SRAM, reader controller EEPROM.
0000 At start-up, an SRAM check error has occurred.
0001 An error has occurred at time of power-on (EEPROM).
0002 An error has occurred during write operation (EEPROM).
0003 A read error has occurred after write operation (EEPROM).
E251 The inverter cooling fan rotation is faulty.
0000 After the inverter cooling fan has gone on, the fan stop signal is detected for 5
sec or more.

E302 Shading operation is faulty.


0000 In the course of shading operation, the processing doses not end within the
reader controller.
E315 The image data codec has a fault.
0007 A JBIG encoder error has occurred.
000d A JBIG decoding error has occurred.
000e An error has occurred in the course of software decoding.
0100 An overrun error has occurred.
0200 the open I/F relay PCB has detected an error (no recovery after a retry).

0300 Cubic time-out


0400 Shift Device A time-out
0401 Shift Device B time-out
E351 An error has occurred in the main controller communication.
0000 At start-up, a main controller communication error has occurred.
E400 ** An ADF communication error has occurred.
0001 A check sum error has occurred.
0002 A reception status error has occurred.
0003 A reception interrupt error has occurred.
E402 * The ADF belt motor rotation is faulty.
0000 While the belt motor drive signal is on, no lock signal occurs for 100 msec.

E404 * The ADF delivery motor rotation is faulty.


0000 When the delivery motor drive signal is on, no clock signal occurs for 200
msec.
E405 * The ADF separation motor rotation is faulty.
0000 When the separation motor drive signal is on, no clock signal occurs for 200
msec.
E410 * The ADF pickup motor rotation is faulty.
0000 No signal occurs from the following sensors within 2 sec after the pickup motor
is driven:
- pickup roller height sensor 1 (PI8), pickup roller height sensor 2 (PI9)
- pickup roller HP sensor (PI7)
E413 ** The ADF shift motor rotation is faulty.
0001 The shift motor HP sensor is open.
0002 Shift motor HP sensor is closed.
E420 * An ADF EEPROM read error has occurred.
0000 At power-on, an attempt to read the EEPROM backup data fails. Or, data that
has been read has a fault.
E490 The ADF is of the wrong type.
0001 The ADF is of the wrong type.
E500 0001 Finisher communication failure
Indicates ARCNET network communication failure

E501 0001 Finisher communication fault


Fin Data communication has failed even after 3 retries.

E503 0003 Professional puncher communication error


Fin Communication between finisher and professional puncher is not possible.

8004 Trimmer communication error


Communication between finisher and trimmer is not possible.

8005 Inserter communication error


8005
Communication between finisher and inserter is not possible.

E505 0001 Finisher controller PCB fault (EEPROM error)


Fin A fault exits in the data stored in the EEPROM on the finisher controller PCB.

8005 EEPROM Document insertion


8006 Eeprom Document insertioner
E514 8001 - fault in assist motor or finisher controller PCB
Fin The assist HP sensor does not go on within 5 sec after the start-up of the assist
motor.

8002 - fault in assist motor or finisher controller PCB


The assist HP sensor does not go off within 5 sec after the start-up of the assist
motor.

E515 8001 Drive switchover motor


Insert

8002

8003 Tray A lift motor

8004

8005 Tray B lift motor

8006

8007 Document width sensor

E518 folder motor fault


folder folder motor error

E530 8001 - fault in rear alignment motor or finisher controller PCB


Fin The rear alignment HP sensor does not go on within 5 sec after the start-up of
the rear alignment motor.

8002 - fault in rear alignment motor or finisher controller PCB


The rear alignment HP sensor does not go off within 1 sec after the start-up of
the rear alignment motor.

E531 8001 - stapler motor fault


Fin
E531 8001
Fin - Check the connectors of the stapler unit. -
Replace the stapler unit. -
Check the connectors of the stapler HP sensor.
- Replace the stapler HP sensor. -
Replace the finisher controller PCB.
8002 - stapler motor fault
The stapler HP sensor does not go off within 500 msec after the start-up of the
stapler motor.

E532 8001 - stapler shift motor fault


Fin sensor fault
fault
The stapler HP sensor does not go off within 500 msec after the start-up of the
stapler shift motor.

8002 - stapler shift motor fault


sensor
PCB fault
The stapler HP sensor does not go off within 500 msec after the start-up of the
staple shift motor.

E535 8001 - swing guide motor fault


Fin guide open sensor fault
controller PCB fault
The swing guide open sensor does not go on within 2 sec after the start-up of
the swing guide motor.

8002 - swing guide motor fault


guide closed sensor fault
controller PCB fault
The swing guide closed sensor does not go on within 2 sec after the start-up of
the swing guide motor.

E537 8001 - fault in front alignment motor or finisher controller PCB


Fin alignment HP sensor fault
The front alignment HP sensor does not go on within 5 sec after the start-up of
the front alignment motor.

8002 - fault in front alignment motor or finisher controller PCB


alignment HP sensor
8002

The front alignment HP sensor does not go off within 5 sec after the start-up of
the front alignment motor.

E540 8001 - fault in tray A lift motor or finisher controller PCB


Fin rotation sensor
The tray A rotation sensor does not go on within 300 msec after the start-up of
the tray A lift motor.

8002 - tray A area sensor fault


controller PCB
The tray A has been identified as being lower than tray B.

8003 - tray approach switch fault


controller PCB fault
The tray approach switch has gone on

80FF - fault in tray A lift motor or finisher controller PCB


A rotation sensor fault
The up/down movement does not end within 25 sec after the start-up of the tray
A lift motor.

E542 8001 - fault in tray B lift motor or finisher controller PCB


Fin rotation sensor error
The tray B rotation sensor does not go on within 300 msec after the start-up of
the tray B lift motor.

8002 - fault in tray B area sensor or finisher controller PCB


The tray B is identified as being higher than the intermediate handling tray
delivery slot.

80FF fault in tray B area sensor or finisher controller PCB

E551 8001 power supply fan error


Fin The lock signal has been detected for 2 sec or more while the fan is operating.

8002 feed fan error


The lock signal has been detected for 2 sec or more while the fan is operating.
E566 8001 - fault in horizontal registration sensor or horizontal registration detection unit shift motor
Fin The horizontal registration sensor does not go on within 5 sec after the start-up
of the horizontal registration detection unit.

8002 fault in shift roller unit HP sensor or horizontal registration shift motor
The shift roller unit HP sensor does not go on within 5 sec after the start-up of
the horizontal registration shift motor.

E567 8001 fault in shift roller unit HP sensor or horizontal registration shift motor
Fin The shift roller unit HP sensor does not go off within 5 sec after the start-up of
the horizontal shift motor.

8002 fault in transport roller HP sensor or transport roller shift motor


The transport roller HP sensor does not go on within 5 sec after the start-up of
the transport roller shift motor.

E568 8001 fault in transport roller HP sensor or transport roller shift motor
Fin The transport roller HP sensor does not go off within 5 sec after the start-up of
the transport roller shift motor.

8002 fault in paddle rotation HP sensor or paddle rotation motor


The paddle rotation HP sensor does not go off within 5 sec after the start-up of
the paddle rotation motor.

E577 8001 fault in paddle lift HP sensor or paddle lift motor


Fin The paddle lift HP sensor does not go on within 5 sec after the start-up of the
paddle lift motor.

8002 fault in paddle lift HP sensor or paddle lift motor


The paddle lift HP sensor does not go off within 5 sec after the start-up of the
paddle lift motor.

8003 fault in transport belt HP sensor or transport belt shift motor


The transport belt sensor does not go on within 5 sec after the start-up of the
transport belt shift motor.

8004 fault in transport belt HP sensor or transport belt shift motor


The paddle lift HP sensor does not go off within 5 sec after the start-up of the
paddle lift motor.
E578 8001 fault in transport belt HP sensor or transport belt shift motor
Fin The transport belt sensor does not go on within 5 sec after the start-up of the
transport belt shift motor.

8002 fault in transport belt HP sensor or transport belt shift motor


The transport belt HP sensor does not go off within 5 sec after the start-up of
the transport belt shift motor.

E57A 8001 fault in paper edge area sensor or paper edge stopper shift motor
Fin The paper edge area HP sensor does not go on within 5 sec after the start-up
of the paper edge stopper shift motor.

8002 fault in paper edge area sensor or paper edge stopper shift motor
The paper edge area HP sensor does not go off within 5 sec after the start-up
of the paper edge stopper shift motor.

8003 paper edge stopper fault


Interference with the stapler prevents operation at the start of paper edge
stopper operation.

E57B 8001 fault in paper trail edge HP sensor or paper trail edge motor
Fin The paper trail edge HP sensor does not go on within 5 sec after the start-up of
the paper trail edge motor.

E57C 8003 fault in upper guide HP sensor or upper guide motor


Fin The upper guide HP sensor does not go on within 5 sec after the start-up of the
upper guide motor.

8004 fault in upper guide HP sensor or upper guide motor


The upper guide HP sensor does not go off within 5 sec after the start-up of the
upper guide motor.

E583 8001 ault in stack delivery auxiliary tray HP sensor or stack delivery auxiliary motor
Fin The stack delivery auxiliary tray HP sensor does not go on within 5 sec after
the start-up of the stack delivery auxiliary motor.

8002 fault in stack delivery auxiliary tray HP sensor or stack delivery auxiliary motor
The stack delivery auxiliary tray HP sensor does not go off within 5 sec after
the start-up of the stack delivery auxiliary motor.

E584 8001 fault in shutter HP sensor or paddle rotation motor


fin
E584 8001
fin The shutter HP sensor does not go on within 5 sec after the start-up of the
paddle rotation motor.

8002 fault in shutter HP sensor or paddle rotation motor


The shutter HP sensor does not go off within 5 sec after the start-up of the
paddle rotation motor.

E590 punch motor (M24) error


punch 8001 The punch home position sensor (PS36) is not detected even when the punch
motor has been driven for 200 msec.
8002 The punch home position sensor (PS36) is detected even after the punch
motor has been driven for 200 msec.
8004 At the time of a 2-hole/3-hole operation switch-over, the punch motor home
position sensor (PS36) is not detected.
E5A7 8011 Transport hook motor M02 home positioning incompletion
trimm 8012 Transport hook motor M02 remaining in home position
8021 Top-bottom guide motor M03 home positioning incompletion

8022 Top-bottom guide motor M03 remaining in home position


8033 Trim section transport motor M04 driver problem
8043 Knife motor M05 driver problem
8044 Upper knife cannot detect upper limit position in one stroke
8051 Stopper move motor M06 home positioning incompletion
8052 Stopper move motor M06 remaining in home position
8061 Conveyor delivery roller positioning motor M08 home positioning incompletion
8062 Conveyor delivery roller positioning motor M08 remaining in home position
8073 Main drive motor M10 driver problem
80X5 EEPROM error
E5F0 8001 fault in stopper HP sensor or stopper motor
Saddle The stopper HP sensor does not go on within 5 sec after the start of the
stopper motor.

8002 fault in stopper HP sensor or stopper motor


The stopper HP sensor does not go off within 5 sec after the start of the
stopper motor.

E5F1 8001 fault in folding/transport motor rotation sensor or following/transport motor


Saddle The folding/transport motor rotation sensor does not go on for 1 sec after the
start-up of the folding/transport motor.

E5F2 8001 fault in saddle roller guide HP sensor or saddle guide motor
Saddle - The saddle guide HP sensor does not go on within 5 sec after the start-up of
the saddle guide motor.

8002 fault in saddle roller guide HP sensor or saddle guide motor


E5F2
Saddle

8002
The saddle roller guide HP sensor does not go off within 5 sec after the start-up
of the saddle guide motor.

E5F3 8001 fault in saddle aligning plate HP sensor or saddle aliment motor
Saddle The saddle aligning plate HP sensor does not go on within 5 sec after the start-
up of the saddle alignment motor.

8002 fault in saddle aligning plate HP sensor or saddle alignment motor


The saddle aligning plate HP sensor does not go off within 5 sec after the start-
up of the saddle alignment motor.

E5F4 8001 stitcher unit fault


Saddle The home position is not detected within 500 msec after the start-up of the
saddle unit.

8002 stitcher unit fault


The stitcher unit is still in home position 500 msec after the start-up of the
saddle unit.

E5F6 8001 fault in saddle paper stop plate HP sensor or saddle paper stop plate motor
Saddle The saddle paper stop plate HP sensor does not go on within 800 msec after
the start-up of the saddle paper stop plate motor.

8002 fault in saddle paper stop plate HP sensor or saddle paper stop plate motor
The saddle paper stop plate HP sensor does not go off within 300 msec after
the start-up of the saddle paper stop plate motor.

E5FA 8000 fault in saddle pressing motor or saddle pressing position sensor
Saddle The saddle pressing position sensor does not go on within 200 msec after the
start-up of the saddle pressing motor.

8001 fault in saddle pressing motor or saddle pressing HP sensor


The saddle pressing HP sensor does not go on 1 sec after the start-up of the
saddle pressing motor.

8002 fault in saddle pressing motor or saddle pressing HP sensor


The saddle pressing HP sensor does not go off within 1 sec after the start-up of
the saddle pressing motor.

E5FB 8001 fault in saddle pull-in roller motor and saddle pull-in roller HP sensor.
Saddle
E5FB 8001
Saddle The saddle pull-in roller HP sensor does not go on within 3 sec after the start-
up of the pull-in roller motor.

8002 fault in saddle pull-in roller motor and saddle pull-in roller HP sensor.
The saddle pull-in roller HP sensor does not go off within 3 sec after the start-
up of the pull-in roller motor.

E602 The HDD has an error.


E604 The time memory (DDR-SDRAM) is faulty or inadequate.
0000 A DDR-SDRAM (1 GB) of adequate capacity is not detected.
E609 The HDD temperature is abnormally low.
0008 At start-up, the HDD does not reach a specific temperature within a specific
time.
0009 When returning from sleep mode, the HDD does not reach a specific
temperature within a specific time.
E610 The HDD encryption key is faulty.
0001 The memory is missing.
0002 The memory is inadequate.

0101 An attempt to initialize the key storage area of the memory has failed.

0102 An error has occurred while the encryption processing area is being initialized.
0201 An error has occurred in the encryption processing area.
0202 An error has occurred in the encryption processing area.
0301 An attempt to create an encryption key has failed.
0302 A fault exists in the encryption key.
0303 A fault exists in the encryption key.
0401 An error has been detected during coding.
0402 A fault has been detected in decoding.
0501 An error exists in the file management information in the image storage area.

E711 An error has occurred in the communication between the pickup/delivery accessory and the printer unit.
0001 Indicates the recognition failure of the delivery options on ARCNET network.

0002 Indicates the optional communication control failure.


0003 Indicates no response from the delivery options.

E712 An error exists in the communication between the ADF and the reader unit.
0001 As much as 5 sec or more has passed without recovery after communication
stopped between the reader controller and the ADF controller.

E717 An error exists in the communication with the NE controller.After correcting the fault, be sure to reset the erro

0001 The NE controller that has been connected before power-off is not recognized
at power-on.
0002 An error that cannot be reset (e.g., cable break) has been detected in the
communication.
E719 An error has occurred in the communication with the coin vendor/card reader.After correcting the fault, be su
(COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)
0001 The coin vendor that was connected before power-off is not recognized at
power-on.
0002 In the communication with the coin vendor, an error that cannot be reset has
occurred (e.g., cable break).
0003 In the communication with the coin vendor, a communication error has
occurred during acquisition of unit price information.
0011 The card reader that was connected before power-off is not recognized at
power-on.
0012 In the communication with the card reader, an error that cannot be reset has
occurred (e.g., cable break).
E730 A PDL-related error has occurred.
1001 An initialization error has occurred at the start of a job.
100A An error has occurred in the communication with an external controller.
9004 A fault has been detected in the cable connection with an external controller.

9005 A fault has been detected in the cable connection with an external controller.

A006 The PDL mechanism does not respond.

A007 At start-up, the version of the machine control software and that of the PDL
control software do not match.

B013 The font data is corrupted at start-up.

E732 An error has occurred in the communication between the reader unit and the main controller.
0001 An error has occurred in the communication between the reader unit and the
main controller.
0010 A fault has been detected in the reader sync signal detection mechanism.

E733 An error has occurred in the communication between the reader unit and the main controller.
0000 An error has occurred in the communication between the reader unit and the
main controller.
0001 An attempt to communicate with the DC controller fails.
0010 A fault has occurred in the printer engine sync signal detection mechanism.

E740 An error exists in the LAN controller.


0002 An illegal MAC address has been detected at start-up.
E743 A fault exists in the communication between the main controller and the reader controller.
0000 The reader controller has detected an error in the communication between the
main controller and the reader controller.

E744 An error exists in the language file/boot ROM.


0001 The version of the language file on the HDD and that of bootable do not match.
0002 The language file on the HDD is too large.
0003 There is no language to which a switchover is made as described in the Config
file on the HDD.
0004 An attempt to switch over to the language described in the Config file on the
HDD fails.
1000 The connected boot ROM is not one designed for the model in question.
2000 An illegal engine ID has been detected.
E746 An unsupported optional board has been detected.
0003 The option board that has been detected is one deigned for a different model.
E748 Main controller PCB error
4910 Indicates that a different model of the main controller PCB is detected. (The
main controller PCB differs for 105-sheet model (iR7105) and 95-sheet
model/86-sheet model (iR7095 / iR7086).)
E749 Restart in accordance with a change of the product configuration
0001 A boot ROM designed for a different model has been fitted in place (as when
installing an PDL option).
E800 The auto power-off circuit has an error.
An open circuit has been detected for 3 sec or more in the auto power-off
circuit.

E804 The rotation of the following is faulty: power supply cooling fan 1, power supply cooling fan 2, controller coolin
0001 The fan stop signal has been detected for 5 sec or more after the power supply
cooling fan 1 has gone on.

0002 The fan stop signal has been detected for 5 sec or more after the power supply
cooling fan 2 has gone on.

0004 The fan stop signal of the controller cooling fan has been detected continuously
for 16 sec.

E805 The fixing heat discharge fan rotation is faulty.


0002 The fan stop signal has been detected for 5 sec or more after the fixing heat
discharge fan has gone on.

E820 The drum fan rotation is faulty.


0000 The fan stop signal has been detected for 5 sec or more after the drum fan has
gone on.
E823 The pre-transfer charging assembly fan rotation is faulty.
0000 The fan stop signal has been detected for 5 sec or more after the pre-transfer
charging assembly fan has gone on.

E840 An HP detection error has occurred in relation to the fixing inlet sensor (fixing wrap jam detection).
0000 The home position is not detected when he sensor is moved up/down (i.e., the
sensor has not gone on).
0001 The home position is not detected when the sensor is moved up/down (i.e., the
sensor has not gone off).

E850 There is a fault in the double-feeding detection unit.


0000 The double-feeding sensor (reception) fails to attain an ultrasonic signal of a
specific level.
Remedial action

sure to reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)


Check the mounting/soiling of the main thermistor. Replace the fixing
heater. Replace the main thermistor. Replace the AC driver PCB.
Replace the DC controller PCB.

Reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)


sure to reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)
Replace the AC driver PCB. Replace the DC controller PCB

Check the mounting/soiling of the main thermistor. Replace the main


thermistor. Replace the sub thermistor. Replace the AC driver PCB.
Replace the DC controller PCB.
Check the mounting/soiling of the main thermistor. Replace the main
thermistor. Replace the AC driver PCB. Replace the DC controller
PCB.

Reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)


e sure to reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)
Disconnect and then connect J508 of the DC controller PCB.
Disconnect and then connect the connectors of the fixing unit. Check
the wiring between the main/sub thermistor and the DC controller.
Check the mounting/soiling of the main thermistor. Replace the fixing
heater. Replace the AC driver PCB. Replace the DC controller PCB.

Reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)


ng the fault, be sure to reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)
Disconnect and then connect J508 of the DC controller PCB.
Disconnect and then connect the connectors of the fixing unit. Check
the wiring between the main/sub thermistor and the DC controller
PCB. Check the mounting/soiling of the main thermistor. Replace the
fixing heater. Replace the AC driver PCB. Replace the DC controller
PCB.
ecting the fault, be sure to reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)
Replace the AC driver PCB. Replace the DC controller PCB.

e to reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)


Check the position of the fixing web detecting lever. Replace the
fixing web. Replace the fixing web length sensor. Replace the DC
controller PCB.If you have replaced the fixing web, be sure to reset
the counter:- COPIER>COUNTER>MISC>FIX-WEB-
COPIER>COUNTER>DRBL-1>FX-WEB
Reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)
Disconnect and then connect J611 and J612 of the main motor.
Disconnect and then connect J514 of the DC controller PCB.
Disconnect and then connect J1720 of the relay PCB. Replace the
main motor. Replace the relay PCB. Replace the DC controller PCB.

Disconnect and then connect J1721 of the relay PCB. Disconnect


and then connect J512 of the DC controller PCB. Disconnect and
then connect J601 and J602 of the drum motor. Replace the drum
motor. Replace the DC controller PCB.
ner)After correcting the fault, be sure to reset the error.

Detach and then attach the waste toner pipe. Replace the waste
toner pipe. Replace the waste toner feedscrew detecting switch.
Replace the DC controller PCB.
Reset the error.(COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)

Disconnect and then connect J651 and J652 of the fixing motor.
Replace the fixing motor. Replace the relay PCB. Replace the DC
controller PCB.

for 2 sec or more.Disconnect and then connect J621 and J622 of the
pickup motor. Replace the pickup motor. Replace the relay PCB.
Replace the DC controller PCB.

Dispose of the waste toner. Check the operation of the waste toner
bottle base. Disconnect and then connect J514 of the DC controller
PCB. Replace the waste toner case full sensor. Replace the DC
controller PCB.
rotation is faulty. The toner feed motor (sub hopper) rotation is faulty. After correcting the
EAR>ERR)
Disconnect and then connect the connector (J504, J512) of the DC
controller PCB. Replace the developing cylinder clutch (CL4).
Replace the buffer motor (M18). Replace the magnet roller drive
clutch (CL1).
Disconnect and connect the connector (J504, J511) of the DC
controller PCB. Replace the buffer motor (M18). Replace the
following: magenta roller drive clutch (CL1), toner transport motor
(sub hopper; M22), toner transport clutch (sub hopper; CL23), buffer
inside toner sensor (TS1), buffer inside toner lower limit sensor
(TS2).

Disconnect and then connect the connector (J504) of the DC


controller PCB. Replace the developing assembly inside toner
sensor (TS3).

Disconnect and connect the connector (J504, J511) of the DC


controller PCB. Replace thetoner transport motor (sub hopper; M22),
toner transport clutch (sub hopper; CL23), buffer inside toner sensor
(TS1).
Disconnect and connect the connector (J511) of the DC controller
PCB. Replace the toner feed motor (sub hopper; M22).
Disconnect and then connect the connector (J504) of the DC
controller PCB. Replace the buffer motor (M18).
Reset the error.(COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)

Disconnect and then connect J512 of the DC controller PCB.

ate.
Disconnect and then connect J1022 of the main controller PCB.
Replace the copy data controller/NE controller. Replace the main
controller PCB.
aulty.
Disconnect and then connect J101 and J106 of the side paper deck
driver PCB. Replace the pickup motor. Replace the side paper deck
driver PCB. Replace the DC controller PCB.

At the start of horizontal registration detection in the course of


printing, the horizontal registration detection operation for
downstream paper does not end within 5 sec.

embly)
Remove and then mount the primary charging assembly. Check for
soiling. Disconnect and then connect T601, J723, and J731 of the
HV-DC PCB. Replace the HV-DC PCB.

Remove and mount the primary charging assembly. Remove and


mount the pre-transfer charging assembly. Remove and mount the
transfer/separation charging assembly. Disconnect and then connect
J721, J723, J731, and J734 of the HV-DC PCB. Replace the HV-DC
PCB. Replace the HV-AC PCB.
ssembly)
Remove and mount the transfer/separation charging assembly.
Disconnect and then connect J7233 and J734 of the HV-DC PCB.
Disconnect and then connect J741 and J742 of the HV-AC PCB.
Replace the HV-AC PCB. Replace the transfer/separation charging
assembly. Replace the pre-transfer charging assembly.

Remove and mount the transfer/separation charging assembly.


Check for soiling. Disconnect and then connect T701 and J723 of
the HV-DC PCB. Replace the HV-DC PCB. Replace the pre-transfer
charging assembly.
nit EEPROM data.
Disconnect and then connect the connector of the video PCB.
Disconnect and then connect the DC controller PCB. Replace the
laser scanner unit.
Check to see if all covers have been attached to the primary
charging assembly. Disconnect and then connect J764 of the laser
scanner motor drive PCB (in the laser scanner unit). Disconnect and
then connect J1401 of the video PCB. Disconnect and then connect
J506 of the DC controller PCB. Replace the laser scanner unit.
Replace the video PCB. Replace the DC controller PCB
unit cooling fan, reader heat discharge fan 1, reader heat discharge fan 2.
Disconnect and then connect J503 of the DC controller PCB.
Replace the laser scanner unit cooling fan. Replace the DC
controller PCB.
Connect and then disconnect J512 of the DC controller PCB.
Replace the reader heat discharge fan 1. Replace the DC controller
PCB.
Disconnect and then connect J521 of the DC controller PCB.
Replace the reader heat discharge fan 2. Replace the DC controller
PCB.

Replace the laser scanner unit. Replace the video PCB

Disconnect and then connect the connector of the scanner HP


sensor. Replace the scanner HP sensor. Replace the scanner motor.
Replace the reader controller PCB.
p is exhausted.)
Disconnect and then connect the connector of the scanning lamp.
Replace the scanning lamp. Replace the inverter PCB. Replace the
reader controller PCB.

Disconnect and then connect the reader power supply connector.


Replace the power supply.

roller and the DC controller.


Disconnect and then connect the connector. Replace the DC
controller PCB. Replace the main controller PCB.
r controller EEPROM.
Replace the main controller PCB.
Replace the reader controller PCB

Disconnect and then connect J1110 of the reader controller PCB.


Replace the inverter cooling fan. Replace the reader controller PCB.

Disconnect and then connect J1107 and J1108 of the reader


controller PCB. Replace the reader controller PCB.

Replace the main controller PCB.


Replace the DDR-SDRAM. Replace the HDD. Replace the main
controller PCB.
Replace the main controller PCB.
Replace the open I/F relay PCB (relay PCB between the main
controller and PS controller).
Turn off and then back on he power. Replace the main controller
PCB.
Turn off and then back on he power. Replace the main controller
PCB.

n.
Replace the main controller PCB.

Disconnect and then connect the connector. Replace the reader


controller PCB. Replace the ADF controller PCB.

Disconnect and then connect the cable between the belt motor driver
PCB and the ADF controller PCB. Replace the belt motor clock
sensor. Replace the belt motor clock sensor. Replace the belt motor.
Replace the belt motor driver PCB. Replace the ADF controller PCB.

Replace the delivery motor. Replace the delivery motor clock sensor.
Replace the ADF controller PCB.

Replace the separation motor. Replace the separation motor clock


sensor. Replace the ADF controller PCB.

Replace the pickup motor. Replace the pickup roller height sensor
(PI8). Replace the pickup roller height sensor 2 (PI9). Replace the
pickup roller HP sensor (PI7). Replace the ADF controller PCB.

Disconnect and then connect the connector. Replace the shift motor
HP sensor. Replace the shift motor.

Replace the ADF controller PCB.

Replace the ADF.

Power OFF/ON, reconnect the communication cable / terminal


resistance, replace the transceiver PCB

- Check the connectors of the finisher controller PCB and the DC


controller PCB. -
Replace the finisher controller PCB. -
Replace the DC controller PCB.

- Check the connectors of the finisher and the professional puncher.


- Replace the finisher controller PCB.
- Suspect a fault on the side of the professional puncher.
(For details, see the manual for the professional puncher.)

- Check the connectors between finisher and trimmer. -


Replace the finisher controller PCB. -
Suspect a fault on the side of the trimmer. (For
details, see the manual for the trimmer.)
- Check the connectors between finisher and inserter. -
Replace the finisher controller PCB. -
Suspect a fault on the side of the inserter.
(For details, see the manual for the inserter.)

- Replace the EEPROM on the finisher controller PCB

An attempt to read data from EEPROM has failed.


An attempt to write data to EEPROM has failed.
- fault in
- Check the connectors of the assist HP sensor. -
Check the connectors of the assist motor. -
Replace the assist HP sensor. -
Replace the assist motor. -
Replace the finisher controller PCB.
- fault in
- Check the connectors of the assist HP sensor. -
Check the connector of the assist motor. -
Replace the assist HP sensor. -
Replace the assist motor.
- Replace the finisher controller PCB.
The switchover gear did not leave the home position of the drive
switchover sensor even after the drive switchover motor had run for
a specified time.
The switchover gear did not reach the home position of the drive
switchover sensor even after the drive switchover motor had run for
a specified time.
Tray A did not leave the home position even after the tray A lift motor
had run for a specified time.
Tray A did not reach the home position even after the tray A lift
motor had run for a specified time.
Tray B did not leave the home position even after the tray B lift motor
had run for a specified time.
Tray B did not reach the home position even after the tray B lift
motor had run for a specified time.
An invalid value was detected by the tray A paper width sensor or
the tray B paper width sensor.

1. Check the cable connector between the folder motor and the
folder driver PCB. 2.
Replace the folder motor
3. Replace the folder driver PCB. 4.
Replace the finisher controller PCB.
- fault in
- Check the connectors of the rear alignment HP sensor. -
Check the connectors of the area alignment motor. -
Replace the rear alignment HP sensor. -
Replace the rear alignment motor. -
Replace the finisher controller PCB.
- fault in
- Check the connectors of the rear alignment HP sensor. -
Check the connectors of the rear alignment motor. -
Replace the rear alignment HP sensor. -
Replace the rear alignment motor. -
Replace the finisher controller PCB.
- stapler HP
- Check the connectors of the stapler unit. -
Replace the stapler unit. -
Check the connectors of the stapler HP sensor.
- Replace the stapler HP sensor. -
Replace the finisher controller PCB.
- stapler HP
- Check the connectors of the stapler unit. -
Replace the stapler unit. -
Check the connectors of the stapler HP sensor. -
Replace the stapler HP sensor.
- Replace the finisher controller PCB.
- stapler HP
- finisher controller PCB

- Check the connectors of the stapler shift motor. -


Replace the stapler shift motor. -
Check the connectors of the stapler HP sensor.
- Replace the stapler HP sensor.
- Replace the finisher controller PCB.
- stapler HP
- finisher controller

- Check the connectors of the staple shift motor. -


Replace the stapler shift motor. -
Check the connectors of the stapler HP sensor.
- Replace the stapler HP position. -
Replace the finisher controller PCB.
- swing
- finisher

- Check the connectors of the swing guide motor. -


Replace the swing guide motor. -
Check the connectors of the swing guide open sensor.
- Replace the connectors of the swing guide open sensor.
- Replace the finisher controller PCB.
- swing
- finisher

- Check the connectors of the swing guide motor. -


Replace the swing guide motor. -
Check the connectors of the swing guide open sensor.
- Replace the swing guide closed sensor.
- Replace the finisher controller PCB.
- front

- Check the connectors of the front alignment HP sensor. -


Check the connectors of the front alignment motor.
- Replace the front alignment HP sensor.
- Replace the front alignment motor.
- Replace the finisher controller PCB.
- front
- Check the connectors of the front alignment HP sensor. -
Check the connectors of the front alignment motor.
- Replace the front alignment HP sensor.
- Replace the front alignment motor.
- Replace the finisher controller PCB.
- tray A

- Check the connectors of the tray A rotation sensor. -


Check the connectors of the tray A lift motor.
- Replace the tray A rotation sensor. -
Replace the tray A lift motor.
- Replace the finisher controller PCB.
- finisher

- Check the connectors of the tray A area sensor. -


Replace the tray A area sensor.
- Replace the finisher controller PCB.
- finisher

- Check the connectors of the tray approach switch. -


Replace the tray approach switch. -
Replace the finisher controller PCB.
- tray

- Check the connectors of the tray A rotation sensor. -


Check the connectors of the tray A lift motor.
- Replace the tray A rotation sensor. -
Replace the tray A lift motor.
- Replace the finisher controller PCB.
- tray B

- Check the connectors of the tray B rotation sensor. -


Check the connectors of the tray B lift motor.
- Replace the tray B rotation sensor. -
Replace the tray B lift motor.
- Replace the finisher controller PCB.

- Check the connectors of the tray B rotation sensor.


- check the connectors of the tray B lift motor.
- Replace the tray B rotation sensor.
- Replace the tray lift motor.
- Replace the finisher controller PCB.

- Check the connectors of the tray B rotation sensor.


- Check the connectors of the tray B lift motor.
- Replace the tray B rotation sensor. -
Replace the tray B lift motor.
- Replace the finisher controller PCB.

- Check the connectors of the power supply fan. -


Suspect A fault in the power supply fan.
- Replace the finisher controller PCB.

- Check the connectors of the feed fan. -


Suspect a fault in the feed fan.
- Replace the finisher controller PCB.
ation detection unit shift motor
- Check the connectors of the horizontal detection unit shift motor
and the horizontal sensor.
- Replace the horizontal registration detection unit shift motor and
the horizontal registration sensor. -
Replace the finisher controller PCB.
shift motor
- Check the connectors of the horizontal registration shift motor and
the shift roller unit HP sensor. -
Replace the horizontal registration shift motor and the shift roller unit
HP sensor.
- Replace the finisher controller PCB.
shift motor
- Check the connectors of the horizontal registration shift motor and
the shift roller unit HP sensor. -
Replace the horizontal registration shift motor and the shift roller unit
HP sensor. -
Replace the finisher controller PCB.
otor
- Check the connectors of the transport roller shift motor and the
transport roller HP sensor.
- Replace the transport roller shift motor and the transport roller HP
sensor. -
Replace the finisher controller PCB.
otor
- Check the connectors of the transport roller shift motor and the
transport roller HP sensor. -
Replace the transport roller shift motor and the transport roller HP
sensor. -
Replace the finisher controller PCB.

- Check the connectors of the paddle rotation motor and the paddle
rotation HP sensor.
- Replace the paddle rotation motor and the paddle rotation HP
sensor. -
Replace the finisher controller PCB.

- Check the connectors of the paddle lift motor and the paddle lift HP
sensor. -
Replace the paddle lift motor and the paddle lift HP sensor.
- Replace the finisher controller PCB.

- Check the connectors of the paddle lift motor and the paddle lift HP
sensor. -
Replace the paddle lift motor and the paddle lift HP sensor.
- Replace the finisher controller PCB.
r
- Check the connectors of the paddle lift motor and the paddle lift HP
sensor. -
Replace the paddle lift motor and the paddle lift HP sensor.
- Replace the finisher controller PCB.
r
- Check the connectors of the paddle lift motor and the paddle lift HP
sensor. -
Replace the paddle lift motor and the paddle lift HP sensor.
- Replace the finisher controller PCB.
r
- Check the connectors of the transport belt shift motor and the
transport belt HP sensor.
- Replace the transport belt shift motor and the transport belt HP
sensor. -
Replace the finisher controller PCB.
r
- Check the connectors of the transport belt shift motor and the
paper edge area HP sensor.
- Replace the paper edge stopper shift motor and the paper edge
area HP sensor. -
Replace the finisher controller PCB.
t motor
- Check the connectors of the paper edge stopper shift motor and
the paper edge area HP sensor. -
Replace the paper edge stopper shift motor and the paper edge area
HP sensor. -
Replace the finisher controller PCB.
t motor
- Check the connectors of the paper edge stopper shift motor and
the paper edge area HP sensor.
- Replace the paper edge stopper shift motor and the paper edge
area HP sensor. -
Replace the finisher controller PCB.

- Check the connectors of the paper edge stopper shift motor. -


Replace the paper edge stopper shift motor.
- Replace the finisher controller PCB.
r
- Check the connectors of the paper edge motor and the paper edge
HP sensor. - Replace
the paper edge motor and the paper edge HP sensor. -
Replace the finisher controller PCB.

- Check the connectors of the upper guide motor and the upper
guide HP sensor.
- Replace the upper guide motor and the upper guide HP sensor.
- Replace the finisher controller PCB.

- Check the connectors of the upper guide motor and the upper
guide HP sensor. -
Replace the upper guide motor and the upper guide HP sensor.
- Replace the finisher controller PCB.
ery auxiliary motor
- Check the connectors of the stack auxiliary motor and the stack
delivery auxiliary tray HP sensor.
- Replace the HP sensor.
- Replace the finisher controller PCB.
very auxiliary motor
- Check the connectors of the stack auxiliary motor and the stack
delivery auxiliary tray HP sensor.
- Replace the HP sensor.
- Replace the finisher controller PCB.
- Check the connectors of the paddle rotation motor and the shutter
HP sensor. -
Replace the paddle rotation motor and the shutter HP sensor.
- Replace the finisher controller PCB.

- Check the connectors of the paddle rotation motor and the shutter
HP sensor. -
Replace the paddle rotation motor and the shutter HP sensor. -
Replace the finisher controller PCB.

1. Check the punch motor. 2.


Check the punch motor clock sensor (PS38).
3. Replace the punch motor.
4. Replace the finisher controller PCB.

The transport hook home position sensor PI04 is not activated.


The transport hook home position sensor PI04 is not turned off.
The top-bottom guide home position sensor PI03 is not activated.

The top-bottom guide home position sensor PI03 is not turned off.
The trim section transport motor driver A04 has a problem.
The knife motor driver A05 has a problem.
The upper knife upper limit sensor PI06 is not activated.
The stopper home position sensor PI05 is not activated.
The stopper home position sensor PI05 is not turned off.
The delivery roller home position sensor PI14 is not activated.
The delivery roller home position sensor PI14 is not turned off.
The main drive motor driver A10 has a problem.
The memorized value for the home position has a problem.

- Check the connectors of the stopper motor and the stopper HP


sensor. -
Replace the stopper motor and the stopper HP sensor.
- Replace the saddle stitcher controller PCB.

- Check the connectors of the stopper motor and the stopper HP


sensor. -
Replace the stopper motor and the stopper HP sensor.
- Replace the saddle stitcher controller PCB.
ransport motor
- Check the connectors of the folding/transport motor and the
folding/transport motor rotation sensor.
- Replace the folding/transport motor and the folding/transport motor
rotation sensor. -
Replace the saddle stitcher controller PCB.
r
- Check the connectors of the saddle guide motor and the saddle
roller guide HP sensor. -
Replace the saddle guide motor and the saddle roller guide HP
sensor. -
Replace the saddle stitcher controller PCB.
r
- Check the connectors of the saddle guide motor and the saddle
roller guide HP sensor.
- Replace the saddle guide motor and the saddle roller guide HP
sensor. -
Replace the saddle stitcher controller PCB.
motor
- Check the saddle alignment motor and the saddle aligning plate HP
sensor. -
Replace the saddle alignment motor and the saddle aligning plate
HP sensor. -
Replace the saddle stitcher controller PCB.
nt motor
- Check the connectors of the saddle alignment motor and the
saddle aligning plate HP sensor. -
Replace the saddle alignment motor and the saddle aligning plate
HP sensor. -
Replace the saddle stitcher controller PCB.

- Check the connectors of the stitcher unit. -


Replace the stitcher unit.
- Replace the saddle stitcher controller PCB.

- Check the connectors of the stitcher unit. -


Replace the stitcher unit.
- Replace the saddle stitcher controller PCB.
stop plate motor
- Check the connectors of the saddle paper stop plate motor and the
saddle paper stop plate HP sensor. -
Replace the saddle paper stop plate motor and the saddle paper
stop plate HP sensor. -
Replace the saddle stitcher controller PCB.
stop plate motor
- Check the connectors of the saddle paper stop plate motor and the
saddle paper stop plate HP sensor. -
Replace the saddle paper stop plate motor and the saddle paper
stop plate HP sensor
.- Replace the saddle controller PCB.
ensor
- Check the saddle pressing motor and the saddle pressing position
sensor. -
Replace the saddle pressing motor and the saddle pressing position
sensor. -
Replace the stitcher controller PCB.
or
- Check the saddle pressing motor and the saddle pressing HP
sensor. -
Replace the saddle pressing motor and the saddle pressing HP
sensor. -
Replace the stitcher controller PCB.
or
- Check the saddle pressing motor and the saddle pressing HP
sensor. -
Replace the saddle pressing motor and the saddle pressing HP
sensor. -
Replace the stitcher controller PCB.
HP sensor.
- Check the saddle pull-in roller motor and the saddle pull-in roller
HP sensor.
- Replace the saddle pull-in roller motor and the saddle pull-in roller
HP sensor. -
Replace the stitcher controller PCB.
HP sensor.
- Check the saddle pull-in roller motor and the saddle pull-in roller
HP sensor. -
Replace the saddle pull-in roller motor and the saddle pull-in roller
HP sensor. -
Replace the stitcher controller PCB.
See the description under E602 in service manual

Replace the DDR-SDRAM.

Replace the HDD.

Install the security board.


Replace the DDR-SDRAM with one for the model in question (1 GB).

Turn off and then on the power. Replace the main controller PCB.

Turn off and then on the power. Replace the security board.

Turn off and then on the power. Replace the main controller PCB.

Turn off and then on the power. Replace the security board.

ickup/delivery accessory and the printer unit.


Turn off and then back on the power. (Turn off the machine and its
delivery accessories; then, turn back on all accessories and then the
machine.) Connect the communication cables and terminals
between the machine and the delivery accessories once again.
Replace the accessories controller PCB. Replace the transceiver
PCB.

d the reader unit.


Disconnect and then connect the connectors between the reader unit
and the ADF. Replace the reader controller PCB. Replace the ADF
controller PCB
.After correcting the fault, be sure to reset the error. (COPIER>FUNCTION>CLEAR>ERR)

at power-on.Disconnect and then connect the main controller PCB.


Install the NE controller. Replace the NE controller.

endor/card reader.After correcting the fault, be sure to reset the error.


Disconnect and then connect the connector of the main controller
PCB. Install the coin vendor. Replace the coin vendor.

Disconnect and then connect the connector of the main controller


PCB. Install the card reader. Replace the card reader.

Reset the PDL mechanism. Turn off and then on the power.

Turn off and then on the power. Replace the external controller relay
PCB. Replace the external controller.

Reset the PDL mechanism. Turn off and then on the power. Reinstall
the system software. Replace the main controller.
Reset the PDL mechanism. Turn off and then on the power. Execute
full formatting of the HDD, and reinstall the system software.

Turn off and then on the power. Reinstall the system software.
Execute full formatting of the HDD, and reinstall the system software.

eader unit and the main controller.


main controller.Disconnect and connect the connectors of the read
communication cable. Check the power supply of the reader unit (to
see if initialization occurs at power-on). Replace the reader controller
PCB. Reap the reader I/F PCB. Replace the main controller PCB.

eader unit and the main controller.


Disconnect and then connect the connector. Check the power supply
of the DC controller (to see if initialization occurs at time of start-up).
Replace the DC controller PCB. Replace the main controller PCB.

Replace the main controller PCB.


roller and the reader controller.
Disconnect and then connect the connectors of the reader
communications cable. Replace the reader controller PCB. Replace
the main controller PCB.

Update the version of the language file (Language), or install the


appropriate file.

Replace the boot ROM.


Reinstall the system software.

Replace it with one for the model in question.


Replace to the appropriate main controller PCB

uration
There is no need for remedial action. Nevertheless, the fact will
remain as part of the error history.

Turn off and then on the power. Disconnect and then connect J505
of the DC controller PCB. Disconnect and then connect J1719 of the
relay PCB. Replace the relay PCB. Replace the DC controller PCB.

fan 1, power supply cooling fan 2, controller cooling fan.


Disconnect and then connect J505 of the DC controller PCB.
Replace the power supply cooling fan 1. Replace the DC controller
PCB.
cooling fan 2 has gone on.Disconnect and then connect J505 of the
DC controller PCB. Replace the power supply cooling fan 2. Replace
the DC controller PCB.
Disconnect and then connect J1028 of the main controller PCB.
Replace the controller cooling fan. Replace the main controller PCB.

Disconnect and then connect J503 of the DC controller PCB.


Replace the fixing heat discharge fan. Replace the DC controller
PCB.

gone on.Disconnect and then connect J512 of the DC controller


PCB. Replace the drum fan. Replace the DC controller PCB.

Disconnect and then connect J504 of the DC controller PCB.


Replace the pre-transfer charging assembly fan. Replace the DC
controller PCB.
inlet sensor (fixing wrap jam detection).
Disconnect and then connect J508, J552, and J553 of the DC
controller PCB. Disconnect and then connect J4001 and J4002 of
the fixing inlet sensor ascent/descent motor driver PCB; as
necessary, replace the fixing inlet sensor ascent/descent motor.
Replace the fixing inlet sensor ascent/descent motor driver PCB.

Remove paper lint form the surface of the double-feeding sensor


(reception). Remount the double-feeding sensor (transmission,
reception). Disconnect and then connect J509 and J550 of the DC
controller PCB. Replace the double-feeding sensor (transmission,
reception). Replace the double-feeding sensor PCB (transmission,
reception).
Perfect Binder-A1
Code Detail code Error description
E501 0000 Perfect binder internal communication error

0001

0002

0003

0004

E505 0001 EEPROM error

0002

E508 0002 Inserter communication error


0003

E550 0002 Power check signal error

0003

0004

0005

E551 0001 Power cooling fan (right) (FM1)


0002 power cooling fan (middle) (FM2)
0003 power cooling fan (left) (FM3)
8004 spine plate lower cooling fan (front) (FM10)
8005 spine plate lower cooling fan (rear) (FM11)
8006 spine plate upper cooling fan (front) (FM12)
8007 spine plate upper cooling fan (rear) (FM13)
8008 signature cooling 2 fan (front) (FM6)
8009 signature cooling 2 fan (rear) (FM7)
800A signature cooling 1 fan (front) (FM8)
800B signature cooling 1 fan (rear) (FM9)
800C glue supply cooling fan (upper) (FM4)
800D glue supply cooling fan (lower) (FM5)
E5A1 8081 Gripper motor (M43)

8082

8083

8084
E5A2 8081 Waste paper buffer shift motor (M37)

8082

8083

8084

8085

8086

8087

E5A3 8081 Stack buffer tray motor (M39)

8082

E5A4 8081 Press motor (M36)

8082

8083

8084

8085
E5A5 8081 Slide motor (M44)

8082

E5A8 8001 Rotation motor 1 (M42)

8002

E5A9 8001 Rotation motor 2 (M41)

8002

E5AA 8001 Cutter motor (M35)

8002

8003

8004

8005
8006

8007
E5AB 8001 Binding lift tray motor (M38)

8002

8003

E5AC 8001 Stacking motor (M34)

8002

E5AD 8001 Trimming blade plate shift motor (M40)

8002

E5AE 8001 Binding stack door lock solenoid (SL5)

E5B0 8001 Heater (HTR1)

8002
8003

8004

8005

8006

8007
8008

8009

800B

800C
E5B2 8001 Glue vat level detection

8002

8003

E5B4 8001 Automatic sensor adjustment


E5B4 Automatic sensor adjustment

8002

8003

8004

8005

8006

8007

8008

8009

8011

8012

8013

8014

8015

8016

8017

8018

8019

E5B5 8001 Leading edge sensor (S65T/S65L)

8002 Inlet path sensor (S92T/S92L)


E5B5

8003 Registration sensor (S88T/S88L)

8004 Stack arrival sensor (S76)


8005 Stack tray paper sensor (S81)

8006 Stack delivery sensor (S64T/S64L)

8007

8008 Main gripper paper sensor (S55)

8011 Leading edge sensor (S65T/S65L)

8012 Inlet path sensor (S92T/S92L)

8013 Registration sensor (S88T/S88L)

8014 Stack arrival sensor (S76)

8016 Waste paper buffer full sensor (S96T/S96L), paper pressing plate sensor
(S104)

8017 Sub gripper paper sensor (S39

8018 Main gripper paper sensor (S55)

E5B6 0001 Stack thickness volume sensor (S50)

0002

0003

E5B7 0001 Glue vat shift motor (M32)

0002

E5B8 8001 Glue vat roller motor (M25)


E5B9 8001 Glue supply motor (M33)

8002

E5BA 0001 Spine bending motor (left) (M28)

0002

0003

0004

0005

E5BB 0001 Spine bending motor (right) (M29)

0002

0003

0004

0005

E5BC 0001 Spine plate shift motor (M26)

0002
E5BC Spine plate shift motor (M26)

0003

0004

E5BD 8001 Front cover lock release sensor (S30)

8002

8003

E5C0 8001 Switchback flapper motor (M8)

8002

E5C1 8001 Trailing edge retaining lever motor (M3)

8002

E5C2 8001 Alignment motor (front) (M4)

8002

8003

8004

E5C3 8001 Alignment motor (rear) (M5)

8002

8003

8004

E5C4 8001 Switchback roller lift motor (M7)


E5C4

8002

E5C5 8001 Stacking tray lift motor (M2)

8002

8003

8004

8005

8006

8007

8008

8009

800A

E5C6 8001 Stacking tray shift motor (M9)

8002

E5C7 8001 Stacking weight shift motor (M6)

8002

E5C9 0001 Shift motor (left) (M15)

0002

0005

E5CA 0001 Shift motor (right) (M16)


E5CA Shift motor (right) (M16)

0002

0005

E5CB 8001 Cover horizontal registration motor (M31)

8002

E5D0 8001 Sub gripper lift motor (M17)

8002

E5D1 8001 Size shift motor (M19)

8002

E5D2 8001 Sub gripper motor (M20)

8002

8003

8004

8005

E5D3 0001 Stack shift motor (M18)

0002

0003

0004

0005

0006
0007

E5D4 8001 Main gripper lift motor (M22)

8002

8003

8004

8005

8006

8007

8008

8009

E5D5 0001 Rotation motor (M21)

0002

0003

0004

0005

E5D6 8001 Main gripper motor (rear) (M24)

8002
E5D6 Main gripper motor (rear) (M24)

8003

8004

8005

8006

E5D7 8001 Main gripper motor (front) (M23)

8002

8003

8004

8005

8006

E5D8 8001 Stack delivery path shift motor (M30)

8002

8003

8004

E5D9 8001 Stack delivery roller motor (M27)


Detection timing
A communication failure has occurred between the master controller
PCB and the slave controller PCB.
A communication failure has occurred between the master controller
PCB and the slave controller PCB.
A communication failure has occurred between the junction PCB
(optional controller) and the master controller PCB.
A communication failure has occurred between the slave controller
PCB and the cutter controller PCB.
A communication failure has occurred between the slave controller
PCB and the cutter controller PCB.
The value written to EEPROM and the value read from it do not
match.
EEPROM did not return from the busy state when information was
written to it.
An initialization communication failure has occurred.
An error occurred while communicating between the perfect binder
and the inserter.
The 24V1 supervisory signal on the master controller PCB is in the
powered-off state when the front cover is closed.
The master controller PCB has detected an open on the upper cover
switch when the front cover and the upper cover are closed.
The 24V2 supervisory signal on the master controller PCB is in the
powered-off state when the front cover and the upper cover are
closed.
The 24V2 supervisory signal on the slave controller PCB is in the
powered-off state when the front cover and the upper cover are
closed.
The 24V3 supervisory signal on the slave controller PCB is in the
powered-off state when the front cover is closed.
A power cooling fan (right) lock signal has been detected.
A power cooling fan (middle) lock signal has been detected.
A power cooling fan (left) lock signal has been detected.
A spine plate lower cooling fan (front) lock signal has been detected.
A spine plate lower cooling fan (rear) lock signal has been detected.
A spine plate upper cooling fan (front) lock signal has been detected.
A spine plate upper cooling fan (rear) lock signal has been detected.
A signature cooling 2 fan (front) lock signal has been detected.
A signature cooling 2 fan (rear) lock signal has been detected.
A signature cooling 1 fan (front) lock signal has been detected.
A signature cooling 1 fan (rear) lock signal has been detected.
A glue supply cooling fan (upper) lock signal has been detected.
A glue supply cooling fan (lower) lock signal has been detected.
The gripper home position sensor (S93) would not turn off within a
specified period of time after gripper actuation.
The gripper home position sensor (S93) would not turn on within a
specified period of time after gripper release.
The gripper end sensor (S94) would not turn on within a specified
period of time after gripper actuation.
The gripper end sensor (S94) would not turn off within a specified
period of time after gripper release.
The waste paper buffer home position sensor (left) (S103) would not
turn off upon shift from the left home position.
The waste paper buffer home position sensor (left) (S103) would not
turn on within a specified period of time after return to the left home
position.
The waste paper buffer home position sensor (right) (S100) would
not turn off within a specified period of time after shift from the right
home position.
The waste paper buffer home position sensor (right) (S100) would
not turn on within a specified period of time after return to the right
home position.
The waste paper buffer clock sensor (S101) would not turn on within
a specified period of time after the motor stared rotating.
The paper pushing plate sensor (S104) would not turn off within a
specified period of time after the motor stared rotating.
The paper pushing plate sensor (S104) would not turn on within a
specified period of time after the motor stared rotating.
The stack buffer tray home position sensor (S78) would not turn off
within a specified period of time after shift from the home position.
The stack buffer tray home position sensor (S78) would not turn on
within a specified period of time after return to the home position.
The press home position sensor (S90) would not turn off on within a
specified period of time after press actuation.
The press home position sensor (S90) would not turn on within a
specified period of time after press release.
The press end sensor (S87) would not turn off within a specified
period of time after press actuation.
The press end sensor (S87) would not turn on within a specified
period of time after press release.
The press limit sensor (S89) has turned on.
The slide home position sensor (S82) would not turn off upon shift
from the home position.
The slide home position sensor (S82) would not turn on within a
specified period of time after return to the home position.
The rotation home position sensor1 (S95) would not turn off upon
shift from the home position.
The rotation home position sensor1 (S95) would not turn on within a
specified period of time after return to the home position.
The rotation home position sensor 2 (S91) would not turn off upon
shift from the home position.
The rotation home position sensor 2 (S91) would not turn on within a
specified period of time after return to the home position.
Cutter area sensor 2 (S85) would not turn off within a specified
period of time after trimming from the front side.
Cuter area sensor 2 (S85) would not turn on within a specified period
of time after shifting the trimming blade to the rear side (cutting
release).
Cutter area sensor 2 (S85) would not turn off within a specified
period of time after trimming from the rear side.
Cutter area sensor 2 (S85) would not turn on within a specified
period of time after shifting the trimming blade to the front side
(cutting release).
Area sensor 1 (S84) would not turn on within a specified period of
time after shifting the trimming blade from the front side to the rear
side.
Area sensor 1 (S84) would not turn on within a specified period of
time after shifting the trimming blade from the rear side to the front
side.
Cutter limit sensor (S86) has turned on.
The binding lift tray home position sensor (S79) would not turn off
upon shift from the home position.
The binding lift tray home position sensor (S79) would not turn on in
time on return to the home position.
The binding lift tray clock sensor (S102) would not turn on within a
specified period of time after motor rotation.
The stack tray home position sensor (S80) would not turn off upon
shift from the home position.
The stack tray home position sensor (S80) would not turn on within a
specified period of time after return to the home position.
The trimming blade plate home position sensor (S83) would not turn
off within a specified period of time after shift from the home position.

The trimming blade plate home position sensor (S83) would not turn
on within a specified period of time after return to the home position.

The stack door open sensor (S98) has detected a door open state
while the stack door is locked.
The thermistor (S56) would not detect a temperature setting -/+5 deg
C within 600 sec after the power save mode was released.
The thermistor (S56) has detected 200 deg C or higher for 1 sec.
The thermistor (S56) has detected 5 deg C or lower for 1 sec (the
thermistor, when started up, begins detecting after 10 sec).
The thermistor (S56) has failed to detect 140 deg C or higher within
200 sec after detecting 50 deg C.
10sec or longer, The (S56) has detected 135 deg C or lower for 10
sec or longer after completion of temperature control.
A fault in the abnormal temperature thermistor (S57) has been
detected.
A fault in the thermostat (THSW) has been detected.
The level thermistor (S58) has detected 170 deg C or higher for 10
sec or longer after the completion of warm-up.
The level thermistor (S58) has detected 171 deg C or lower for 10
sec or longer after the completion of warm-up.
A blowout in the abnormal temperature thermistor (S57) has been
detected.
A blowout in the level thermistor (S58) has been detected.
The level thermistor (S58) has detected a liquid level lower than the
lower-limit position four times in succession during glue supply.
The liquid level detected by the thermistor (S58) would not rise
above the upper-limit position when a specified volume of glue was
supplied without applying glue and in a state of the liquid level being
higher than the lower-limit position.
The level thermistor (S58) would not rise fall below the upper-limit
position when a specified volume of glue was applied without
supplying glue.
The A/D input value would not fit into a specified range when the D/A
output of the timing sensor (S5) was varied to the upper-limit value.
The A/D input value would not fit into a specified range when the D/A
output of the cover registration sensor (S21) was varied to the upper-
limit value.
The A/D input value would not fit into a specified range when the D/A
output of the cover horizontal registration sensor (S) (S71) was
varied to the upper-limit value.
The A/D input value would not fit into a specified range when the D/A
output of the cover registration sensor (L) (S72) was varied to the
upper-limit value.
The A/D input value would not fit into a specified range when the D/A
output of the stack delivery sensor (S64T/S64L) was varied to the
upper-limit value.
The A/D input value would not fit into a specified range when the D/A
output of the leading edge sensor (S65T/S65L) was varied to the
upper-limit value.
The A/D input value would not fit into a specified range when the D/A
output of the inlet path sensor (S92T/S92L) was varied to the upper-
limit value.
The A/D input value would not fit into a specified range when the D/A
output of the registration sensor (S88T/S88L) was varied to the
upper-limit value.
The A/D input value would not fit into a specified range when the D/A
output of the waste paper buffer full sensor (S96T/S96L) was varied
to the upper-limit value.
The A/D input value would not fit into a specified range when the D/A
output of the timing sensor (S5) was varied to the lower-limit value.

The A/D input value would not fit into a specified range when the D/A
output of the cover registration sensor (S21) was varied to the lower-
limit value.
The A/D input value would not fit into a specified range when the D/A
output of the cover horizontal registration sensor (S) (S71) was
varied to the lower-limit value.
The A/D input value would not fit into a specified range when the D/A
output of the cover horizontal registration sensor (L) (S72) was
varied to the lower-limit value.
The A/D input value would not fit into a specified range when the D/A
output of the stack delivery sensor (S64T/S64L) was varied to the
lower-limit value
The A/D input value would not fit into a specified range when the D/A
output of the leading edge sensor (S65T/S65L) was varied to the
lower-limit value.
The A/D input value would not fit into a specified range when the D/A
output of the inlet path sensor (S92T/S92L) was varied to the lower-
limit value.
The A/D input value would not fit into a specified range when the D/A
output of the registration sensor (S88T/S88L) was varied to the lower-
limit value.
The A/D input value would not fit into a specified range when the D/A
output of the waste paper full buffer sensor (S96T/S96L) was varied
to the lower-limit value.
Leading edge sensor (S65T/S65L) has not detected the presence of
paper.
Inlet path sensor (S92T/S92L) has not detected the presence of
paper.
Registration sensor (S88T/S88L) has not detected the presence of
paper.
Stack arrival sensor (S76) has not detected the presence of paper.
The stack tray paper sensor (S81) has not detected the presence of
paper.
The stack delivery sensor (S64T/S64L) has not detected the
absence of paper.
The stack delivery sensor (S64T/S64L) has not detected the
presence of paper during automatic delivery processing.
The main gripper paper sensor (S55) has not detected the presence
of paper.
The leading edge sensor (S65T/S65L) has not detected the absence
of paper.
The inlet path sensor (S92T/S92L) has not detected the absence of
paper.
The registration sensor (S88T/S88L) has not detected the absence
of paper.
The stack arrival sensor (S76) has not detected the absence of
paper.
When the waste paper buffer full sensor (S96T/S96L) detects that
waste paper is present. When
waste paper larger than the specified size is detected between the
waste paper buffer and paper pressing plate after treatment of waste
paper. When the waste
paper full alarm is not canceled even if waste buffer initialization
(door opening and closing) is performed three times after detection
of the waste paper full alarm caused by waste paper clogging.
* Waste paper clogging is detected by the paper pressing plate
sensor (S104). The amount of the clogged waste paper is detected
according to the positional relationship between the waste paper
buffer and the pressing plate.

The sub gripper paper sensor (S39) has not detected the absence of
paper.
The main gripper paper sensor (S55) has not detected the absence
of paper.
The result of stack thickness detection is smaller than the minimum
value (0 mm) of AD adjustment.
The result of stack thickness detection is larger than the maximum
value (25 mm) of AD adjustment.
The stack thickness sensor value would not change when the main
gripper was opened or closed.
The glue vat shift home position sensor (S73) would not turn on even
after driving the glue vat shift motor for a specified period of time to
shift the glue vat to the rear home position.
The glue vat shift home position sensor (S73) would not turn off
even after driving the glue vat shift motor for a specified period of
time to shift the glue vat to the front position.
The glue vat shift home position sensor (front) (S74) would not turn
on even after driving the glue vat shift motor for a specified period of
time to shift the glue vat to the front position.
The glue vat shift home position sensor (front) (S74) would not turn
off even after driving the glue vat shift motor for a specified period of
time to shift the glue vat to the rear home position.
The glue vat roller rotation sensor (S59) would not detect the rotation
of the glue vat roller when it was driven.
The glue supply home position sensor (S75) would not turn on even
after driving the glue supply motor for a specified period of time to
supply glue.
The glue supply home position sensor (S75) would not turn off even
after driving the glue supply motor for a specified period of time to
supply glue.
The spine bending home position sensor (left) (S60) would not turn
on even after driving the spine bending motor for a specified period
of time to open the spine plate.
The spine bending home position sensor (left) (S60) was off when
the spine plate closed.
The spine bending home position sensor (left) (S60) would not turn
off even after driving the spine bending motor for a specified period
of time to close the spine plate.
The spine bending home position sensor (left) (S60) was on when
the spine plate opened.
The spine bending closed sensor (S61) would not turn on even after
driving the spine bending motor for a specified period of time to
close the spine plate.
The spine bending closed sensor (S61) was off when the spine plate
opened.
The spine bending closed sensor (S61) would not turn off even after
driving the spine bending motor for a specified period of time to open
the spine plate.
The spine bending closed sensor (S61) was already on when the
spine plate closed.
The spine bending home position sensor (left) (S60) and the spine
bending closed sensor (S61) have turned on simultaneously.
The spine bending home position sensor (right) (S66) would not turn
on even after driving the spine bending motor for a specified period
of time to open the spine plate.
The spine bending home position sensor (right) (S66) was off when
the spine plate closed.
The spine bending home position sensor (right) (S66) would not turn
off even after driving the spine bending motor for a specified period
of time to close the spine plate.
The spine bending home position sensor (right) (S66) was on when
the spine plate opened.
The spine plate pressure sensor (S69) would not turn on even after
driving the spine bending motor for a specified period of time to
close the spine plate.
The spine plate pressure sensor (S69) was off when the spine plate
opened.
The spine plate pressure sensor (S69) would not turn off even after
driving the spine bending motor for a specified period of time to open
the spine plate.
The spine plate pressure sensor (S69) was already on when the
spine plate closed.
The spine bending home position sensor (right) (S66) and the spine
plate pressure sensor (S69) have turned on simultaneously.
The spine plate open sensor (S62) would not turn on even after
driving the spine plate shift motor for a specified period of time to
open the spine plate.
The spine plate open sensor (S62) would not turn off even after
driving the spine plate shift motor for a specified period of time to
close the spine plate.
The spine plate closed sensor (S63) would not turn on even after
driving the spine plate shift motor for a specified period of time to
close the spine plate.
The spine plate closed sensor (S63) would not turn off even after
driving the spine plate shift motor for a specified period of time to
open it
The front cover lock release sensor (S30) would not turn off when
the front cover closed.
The front cover lock release sensor (S30) would not turn on in time
when the front cover opened.
An open front cover has been detected when the front cover lock
release sensor (S30) is off with the front cover closed.
The switchback flapper home position sensor (S10) would not turn
on even after driving the switchback flapper for a specified period of
time to lift it up.
The switchback flapper home position sensor (S10) would not turn
off even after driving the switchback flapper for a specified period of
time to lift it down.
The trailing edge retaining lever home position sensor (S3) would not
turn on even after driving the trailing edge retaining lever for a
specified period of time to release it.
The trailing edge retaining lever home position sensor (S3) would not
turn off even after driving the trailing edge retaining lever for a
specified period of time to actuate it.
The alignment home position sensor (front/small) (S12) would not
turn on even after driving the alignment motor (from) (M4) for a
specified period of time to shift small-size paper to the home
position.
The alignment home position sensor (front/small) (S12) would not
turn off even after driving the alignment motor (front) (M4) for a
specified period of time to push in small-size paper.
The alignment home position sensor (front/large) (S14) would not
turn on even after driving the alignment motor (from) (M4) for a
specified period of time to shift large-size paper to the home position.

The alignment home position sensor (front/large) (S14) would not


turn off even after driving the alignment motor (from) (M4) for a
specified period of time to push in large-size paper.
The alignment home position sensor (rear/small) (S13) would not
turn on even after driving the alignment motor (rear) (M5) for a
specified period of time to shift small-size paper to the home
position.
The alignment home position sensor (rear/small) (S13) would not
turn off even after driving the alignment motor (rear) (M5) for a
specified period of time to push in small-size paper.
The alignment home position sensor (rear/large) (S15) would not
turn on even after driving the alignment motor (rear) (M5) for a
specified period of time to shift large-size paper to the home position.

The alignment home position sensor (rear/large) (S15) would not


turn off even after driving the alignment motor (rear) (M5) for a
specified period of time to push in large-size paper.
The switchback roller lift home position sensor (S11) would not turn
on even after driving the switchback roller lift motor for a specified
period of time to lift up the switchback roller.
The switchback roller lift home position sensor (S11) would not turn
off even after driving the switchback roller lift motor for a specified
period of time to lift down the switchback roller.
The tray lower limit sensor (S7) would not turn on even after driving
the stacking tray lift motor for a specified period of time to lift down
the stacking tray.
The tray lower limit sensor (S7) would not turn off even after driving
the stacking tray lift motor for a specified period of time to lift up the
stacking tray.
The paper surface sensor (front) (S1) would not turn on even after
driving the stacking tray lift motor for a specified period of time to lift
up the stacking tray.
The paper surface sensor (front) (S1) would not turn off even after
driving the stacking tray lift motor for a specified period of time to lift
down the stacking tray.
The paper surface sensor (rear) (S2) would not turn on even after
driving the stacking tray lift motor for a specified period of time to lift
up the stacking tray.
The paper surface sensor (rear) (S2) would not turn off even after
driving the stacking tray lift motor for a specified period of time to lift
down the stacking tray.
The stacking tray stack over sensor (S6) would not turn on even
after driving the stacking tray lift motor for a specified period of time
to lift up the stacking tray.
The stacking tray stack over sensor (S6) and the tray lower limit
sensor (S7) have turned on simultaneously.
The stacking tray stack over sensor (S6) would not turn off even
after driving the stacking tray lift motor for a specified period of time.

The tray empty sensor (S8) was off when the stacking tray lifted up,
or the stacking tray stack over sensor (S6) was off when either the
paper surface sensor (front) (S1) or the paper surface sensor (rear)
(S2) or both were on.
The stacking tray shift home position sensor (S9) would not turn on
within a specified period of time after return to the home position.

The stacking tray shift home position sensor (S9) would not turn off
upon shift from the home position.
The stacking weight shift home position sensor (S16) would not turn
on within a specified period of time after return to the home position.

The stacking weight shift home position sensor (S16) would not turn
off upon shift from the home position.
The shift home position sensor (left) (S27) would not turn on even
after driving the shift motor for a specified period of time to shift the
right cover path to the home position.
The shift home position sensor (left) (S27) and the shift open sensor
(left) (S28) have turned on simultaneously.
The shift open sensor (left) (S28) would not turn on even after
driving the shift motor for a specified period of time to shift the right
cover path to the open position.
The shift home position sensor (right) (S22) would not turn on even
after driving the shift motor for a specified period of time to shift the
right cover path to the home position.
The shift home position sensor (right) (S22) and the shift open
sensor (right) (S23) have turned on simultaneously.
The shift open sensor (right) (S23) would not turn on even after
driving the shift motor for a specified period of time to shift the right
cover path to the open position.
The registration unit home position sensor (S70) would not turn on
even after driving the cover horizontal registration motor for a
specified period of time to return the registration unit to the home
position.
The registration unit home position sensor (S70) would not turn off
even after driving the cover horizontal registration motor for a
specified period of time to run cover horizontal registration.
The sub gripper home position sensor (S37) would not turn on even
after driving the sub gripper lift motor for a specified period of time to
lift up.
The sub gripper home position sensor (S37) would not turn off even
after driving the sub gripper lift motor for a specified period of time to
lift down.
The size shift home position sensor (S38) would not turn on even
after driving the size shift motor for a specified period of time to open
the sub gripper in the horizontal direction.
The size shift home position sensor (S38) would not turn off even
after driving the sub gripper motor for a specified period of time to
close the sub gripper in the horizontal direction.
The sub gripper open sensor (S40) would not turn on even after
driving the sub gripper motor for a specified period of time to open
the sub gripper.
The sub gripper open sensor (S40) would not turn off even after
driving the sub gripper motor for a specified period of time to close
the sub gripper.
The sub gripper closed sensor (S41) would not turn on even after
driving the sub gripper motor for a specified period of time to close.
The sub gripper closed sensor (S41) would not turn off even after
driving the sub gripper motor for a specified period of time to open.
The sub gripper open sensor (S40) and the sub gripper closed
sensor (S41) have turned on simultaneously.
The stack shift home position sensor (S34) would not turn on even
after driving the sub gripper motor for a specified period of time to
return to the home position.
The stack shift home position sensor (S34) would not turn off even
after driving the sub gripper motor for a specified period of time to
deliver a stack.
The stack shift main gripper position sensor (S35) would not turn on
even after driving the sub gripper motor for a specified period of time
to deliver a stack.
The main gripper had gripped a stack at the rotation home position
when a stack was delivered to and from the sub gripper.
The stack shift main gripper position sensor (S35) would not turn off
even after driving the sub gripper motor for a specified period of time
to return to the home position.
The main gripper rotation enable sensor (S36) would not turn on
even after driving the sub gripper motor for a specified period of time
to return to the home position.
The main gripper rotation enable sensor (S36) would not turn off
even after driving the sub gripper motor for a specified period of time
to deliver a stack.
The stack shift home position sensor (S34) and the stack shift main
gripper position sensor (S35) have turned on simultaneously.

The main gripper home position sensor (S44) would not turn on even
after driving the main gripper motor for a specified period of time to
lift up.
The main gripper home position sensor (S44) was off when the main
gripper lifted down.
The main gripper home position sensor (S44) would not turn off even
after driving the main gripper motor for a specified period of time to
lift down.
The main gripper home position sensor (S44) was on when the main
gripper lifted up.
The main gripper locking sensor (small) (S48) would not turn on
even after driving the main gripper motor for a specified period of
time to lift up from the stack registration position.
The main gripper locking sensor (small) (S48) would not turn off
even after driving the main gripper motor for a specified period of
time to lift down to the stack registration position.
The main gripper locking sensor (large) (S49) would not turn on even
after driving the main gripper motor for a specified period of time to
lift down from the cover pressing position.
The main gripper locking sensor (large) (S49) would not turn off even
after driving the main gripper motor for a specified period of time to
lift up from the cover pressing position.
The stack delivery sensor (S64T/S64L) would not turn on even after
driving the main gripper motor for a specified period of time to deliver
a stack to and from the stack delivery roller.
The main gripper home position sensor (H) (S45) would not turn on
even after driving the main gripper motor for a specified period of
time to lift up.
The main gripper home position sensor (H) (S45) would not turn off
even after driving the main gripper motor for a specified period of
time to lift down.
The rotation home position sensor (S43) would not turn on even after
driving the main gripper motor for a specified period of time to rotate
at the paper delivery position.
The main gripper is not at the rotation home position when paper is
available with the sub gripper away from the home position.
The rotation home position sensor (S43) would not turn off even after
driving the main gripper motor for a specified period of time to rotate
at the binding position.
The rotation binding position sensor (S42) would not turn on even
after driving the main gripper motor for a specified period of time to
rotate at the binding position.
The rotation binding position sensor (S42) would not turn off even
after driving the main gripper motor for a specified period of time to
rotate at the paper delivery position.
The rotation binding position sensor (S42) and the rotation home
position sensor (S43) have turned on simultaneously.
The main gripper open sensor (rear) (S47) would not turn on even
after driving the main gripper motor for a specified period of time to
open.
The main gripper open sensor (rear) (S47) would not turn off even
after driving the main gripper motor for a specified period of time to
close.
The main gripper closed sensor (rear) (S54) would not turn on even
after driving the main gripper motor for a specified period of time to
close.
The main gripper closed sensor (rear) (S54) would not turn off even
after driving the main gripper motor for a specified period of time to
open.
The main gripper encoder (rear) (S46) signal would not change even
after driving the main gripper motor for a specified period of time to
open or close.
The main gripper open sensor (rear) (S47) and the main gripper
closed sensor (rear) (S54) have turned on simultaneously.
The main gripper open sensor (front) (S51) would not turn on even
after driving the main gripper motor for a specified period of time to
open the main gripper.
The main gripper open sensor (front) (S51) would not turn off even
after driving the main gripper motor for a specified period of time to
close the main gripper.
The main gripper closed sensor (front) (S53) would not turn on even
after driving the main gripper motor for a specified period of time to
close the main gripper.
The main gripper closed sensor (front) (S53) would not turn off even
after driving the main gripper motor for a specified period of time to
open the main gripper.
The main gripper encoder (front) (S52) signal would not change
even after driving the main gripper motor for a specified period of
time to open or close the main gripper.
The main gripper open sensor (front) (S51) and the main gripper
closed sensor (front) (S53) have turned on simultaneously.
The stack delivery path home position sensor (S67) would not turn
on even after driving the stack delivery path shift motor for a
specified period of time to shift a stack.
The stack delivery path home position sensor (S67) would not turn
off even after driving the stack delivery path shift motor for a
specified period of time to nip a stack.
The stack delivery path pressure sensor (S68) would not turn on
even after driving the stack delivery path shift motor for a specified
period of time to nip a stack.
The stack delivery path pressure sensor (S68) would not turn off
even after driving the stack delivery path shift motor for a specified
period of time to shift a stack.
The leading edge sensor (S65T/S65L) would not turn on even after
driving the stack delivery roller motor for a specified period of time to
deliver a stack.
High Capacity Stacker-A1

Code Detail code Error description


E501 0001 Communication Error (SerialError Signal)
0002 Communication Error (Serial Driver)
0003 Communication Error (Re-transfer Processing)

0011 Communication Error (Standby Signal)


0012 Communication Error (StackSheetDeliveredSignal)
0013 Communication Error (SampleSheetDeliver-ed Signal)
0014 Communication Error (ForceExitAbnormalAccepted Signal)

0015 Communication Error (SheetExitAck Signal)


0016 Communication Error (SheetEjctOn Signal)
0017 Communication Error (Faulted Signal)
00D0 CycleUp Off Error

00D1 SheetExit Off Error

00D2 ForceExitReq Off Error

00D3 SampleSheetDeliveredAck Off Error


00D4 StackSheetDeliveredAck Off Error

00D5 SheetEjctOnAck Off Error

00D6 SuspendAck Off Error

00D7 EmergcyStop Off Error

00D8
00D9

00DA

00DB

00FF

E505 0010 EEPROM Data Loading Error

0011 EEPROM Guide Data Range Error


E509 0001 PC Board Certificate Error

0002 Boot Software Certificate Error


E511 0010 Main Drive Motor M06 Alarm

E512 8011 Stack Tray Up/Down Motor M08 Alarm

E515 8010 Offset Section Drive Motor M07 Alarm

E520 8010 Stack tray Upper Limit Sensor PI17 Off Error

8011 Stack Tray Lower Limit Sensor PI19 Off Error

E522 8010 Offset Section Guide Motor M01 HomePositioning Error 1


8011 Offset Section Guide Motor M01 HomePosition Error 2

E523 8010 Stopper Motor M02 Home Position Error 1

8011 Stopper Motor M02 Home Position Error 2


E524 8010 Stack Guide M03 Home Position Error 1

8011 Stack Guide Motor M03 Home PositionError 2

E527 8010 Stack Tray Receiving Position Sensor PI14Off Error

8011 Stack Tray Receiving Position Sensor PI14On Error


E580 8010 Stack Tray Rising Timeout

8011 Stack Tray Lowering Timeout

E586 8010 Decurl Motor M14 Home Position Error


8011 Decurl Motor M14 Pulse Signal Error

E5F0 8010 Stack Tray Overflow


Detection timing
Is the wiring between the J3 connector on the option controller PCB and the CON4
connector on the stacker controller PCB OK?
YES: Replace the option controller PCB. If the error is still not corrected, replace the
stacker controller PCB.
No: Fix the wiring.
Is the wiring between the J2 connector on the option controller PCB and the CON6
connector on the stacker controller PCB OK?
YES: Replace the option controller PCB. If the error is still not corrected, replace the
stacker controller PCB.
No: Fix the wiring.

Does LED DS43 on the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 light up?
YES: On the host machine, check for a condition that could be keeping the Cycle Up
On signal active. If there is not an obvious problem on the host machine, replace QPM-
186. NO: The
LED indication is correct, but the signal is being processed incorrectly by QPM-186.
Replace QPM-186. If the error is still not corrected, replace the option controller PCB.

Does LED DS42 on the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 light up?
YES: On the host machine, check for a condition that could be keeping the Sheet Exit
Onsignal active. If there is not an obvious problem on the host machine, replace QPM-
186. If the error is still not corrected, replace the optioncontroller PCB.
NO: The LED indication is correct, but the signal is being processed incorrectly by
QPM-186. Replace QPM-186.
Does LED DS41 on the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 light up?
YES: On the host machine, check for a condition that could be keeping the Force Exit
Req On signal active. If there is not an obvious problem on the host machine, replace
QPM-186. If the error is still not corrected, replace the option controller PCB.
NO: The LED indication is correct, but the signal is being processed incorrectly by
QPM-186. Replace QPM-186.

Does LED DS40 on the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 light up?
NO: The LED indication is correct, but the signal is being processed incorrectly by
QPM-186. Replace QPM-186. The
stacker may not be sending the Sample Sheet Delivered signal to the host machine. Is
the wiring between the option controller PCB and the stacker controller PCB QPM-186
OK? NO: Fix the wiring.On the
host machine, check for a condition that could be keeping the Sample Sheet Delivered
Ack On signal active. If there is not an obvious problem on the host machine, replace
the stacker controller PCB QPM-186. If the error is still not corrected, replace the
option controller PCB.
Does LED DS39 on the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 light up?
NO: The LED indication is correct, but the signal is being processed incorrectly by
QPM-186. Replace QPM-186. The
stacker may not be sending the Stack Sheet Delivered signal to the host machine. Is
the wiring between the option controller PCB and the stacker controller PCB QPM-186
OK? NO: Fix the
wiring.On the host machine, check for a condition that could be keeping theStack
Sheet Delivered Ack On signal active. If there is not an obvious problem on the host
machine, replace the stacker controller PCB QPM-186. If the error is still not corrected,
replace the option controller PCB.
Does LED DS38 on the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 light up?
NO: The LED indication is correct, but the signal is being processed incorrectly by
QPM-186. Replace QPM-186. The
stacker may not be sending the Sheet Ejct On signal to the host machine. Is the wiring
between the option controller PCB and the stacker controller PCB QPM-186OK?
NO: Fix the wiring.On the host machine, check for a condition that could be keeping
the Sheet Ejct On Ack On signal active. If there is not an obvious problem on the host
machine, replace the stacker controller PCB QPM-186. If the error is still not corrected,
replace the option controller PCB.

Does LED DS37 on the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 light up?
NO: The LED indication is correct, but the signal is being processed incorrectly byQPM-
186. Replace QPM-186. The stacker
may not be sending the Suspend Req signal to the host machine. Is the wiring
between the option controller PCB and the stacker controller PCB QPM-186OK?
NO: Fix the wiring.On the host machine, check for a condition that could be keeping
the Suspend Ack On signal active. If there is not an obvious problem on the host
machine, replace QPM-186. If the error is still not corrected, replace the option
controller PCB.

Does LED DS52 on the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 light up?
YES: On the host machine, check for a condition that could be keeping the Emergcy
Stop On signal active. If there is not an obvious problem on the host machine, replace
QPM-186. If the error is still not corrected, replace the option controller PCB.
NO: The LED indication is correct, but the signal is being processed incorrectly by
QPM-186. Replace QPM-186.

Does LED DS69 on the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 light up?
NO: The LED indication is correct, but the signal is being processed incorrectly by
QPM-186. Replace QPM-186.
The host machine may not be sending the Sample Sheet Delivered Ack signal to the
stacker. Is the wiring between the option controller PCB and the stacker controllerPCB
QPM-186 OK? NO: Fix the wiring.The
stacker may not be sending the Sample Sheet Delivered signal to the host machine. Is
the wiring between the option controller PCB and the stacker controller PCB QPM-186
OK? YES: If there is no obvious
problem on the host machine, replace QPM-186. If the erroris still not corrected,
replace the option controller PCB.
NO: Fix the wiring.
Does LED DS68 on the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 light up?
NO: The LED indication is correct, but the signal is being processed incorrectly by
QPM-186. Replace QPM-186. The host
machine may not be sending the Stack Sheet Delivered Ack signal to the stacker. Is
the wiring between the option controller PCB and the stacker controller PCB QPM-186
OK? NO: Fix the wiring.The
stacker may not be sending the Stack Sheet Delivered signal to the host machine. Is
the wiring between the option controller PCB and the stacker controller PCBQPM-186
OK? YES: If there is no obvious
problem on the host machine, replace QPM-186. If the erroris still not corrected,
replace the option controller PCB.
NO: Fix the wiring.
Does LED DS67 on the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 light up?
NO: The LED indication is correct, but the signal is being processed incorrectly by
QPM-186. Replace QPM-186.
The host machine may not be sending the Sheet Ejct On Ack signal to the stacker. Is
the wiring between the option controller PCB and the stacker controller PCB QPM-186
OK? NO:
Fix the wiring.The stacker may not be sending the Sheet Ejct On signal to the host
machine. Is thewiring between the option controller PCB and the stacker controller
PCB QPM-186OK? YES: If there is
no obvious problem on the host machine, replace QPM-186. If the erroris still not
corrected, replace the option controller PCB.
NO: Fix the wiring.
Does LED DS65 on the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 light up?
NO: The LED indication is correct, but the signal is being processed incorrectly by
QPM-186. Replace QPM-186.
The host machine may not be sending the Suspend Ack signal to the stacker. Is the
wiring between the option controller PCB and the stacker controller PCB QPM-186
OK? NO: Fix the
wiring.The stacker may not be sending the Suspend Req signal to the host machine. Is
the wiring between the option controller PCB and the stacker controller PCB QPM-186
OK? YES: If there is no obvious
problem on the host machine, replace QPM-186. If the erroris still not corrected,
replace the option controller PCB. NO:
Fix the wiring.
Is the wiring between the J3 connector on the option controller PCB and the CON4
connector on the stacker controller PCB OK?
YES: Replace the option controller PCB. If the error is still not corrected, replace the
stacker controller PCB. No:
Fix the wiring.
Reset the home position of each guide and stopper. Additional Information: After
replacing the stacker controller PCB QPM-186, this error occurs. Because thevalue for
the home positions is reset to the default value.If this error still occurs after resetting
the home position, replace the stacker controller PCB QPM-186.
Reset the home position of each guide and stopper
Is the wiring for the J12 connector on the option controller PCB OK?
YES: Reinstall the option controller software. If the error is still not corrected,
replacethe option controller PCB.
No: Fix the wiring.
Reinstall the option controller software.
Is a sheet jammed inside the machine?
YES: Remove the jammed sheet.
Is the wiring between the main transport motor M06, driver A06, and stacker controller
PCB QPM-186 OK? YES: Correct
the cause of the overload. NO: Fix
the wiring
Is there an obstacle which prevents the stack tray from moving up or down?
YES: Remove the obstacle.
Is the wiring between M08, driver A08, and the stacker controller PCB QPM-186OK?
NO: Fix the wiring.
Do the chains and worm gear on the rear move smoothly?
YES: If there are not any other causes for the problem, replace M08. If the error is
stillnot corrected, replace driver A08, and then the stacker controller PCB QPM-186.
NO: Fix the chains or gears so that they drive smoothly.
Is a sheet jammed inside the machine? YES:
Remove the jammed sheet. Is the
wiring between the offset section drive motor M07, driver A07, and stackercontroller
PCB QPM-186 OK? YES: Correct the
cause of the overload. NO: Fix the wiring.

When the detecting plate is away from the stack tray upper limit sensor PI17, doesLED
DS23 on the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 go out?
YES: The signal from the sensor is being processed incorrectly by QPM-186.Replace
QPM-186. Is the wiring
between PI17 and the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 OK?
YES: Replace PI17. If the error is still not corrected, replace QPM-186.
NO: Fix the wiring.
When the detecting plate is away from the stack tray lower limit sensor PI19, doesLED
DS20 on the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 go out?
YES: The signal from the sensor is being processed incorrectly by QPM-186.Replace
QPM-186. Is the wiring
between PI19 and the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 OK?
YES: Replace PI19. If the error is still not corrected, replace QPM-186.
NO: Fix the wiring.
Check the offset section guide home position sensor PI21.When the offset section
guide moves out to the end, does the LED DS13 on the stacker controller PCB QPM-
186 light up? YES:
Go to CHECK 1.
NO: Go to CHECK 2. CHECK 1
Sensor PI21 is OK. Is the wiring between M01, stepper motor driver PCB QPW-727,
and stacker controller PCB QPM-186 OK?
YES: Go to CHECK 3.
NO: Fix the wiring.
CHECK 2 Sensor PI21 is not working. Is the wiring between PI21 and stacker
controller PCBQPM-186 OK?
YES: Replace PI21. If the error is still not corrected, replace QPM-186.
NO: Fix the wiring. CHECK 3Turn
the power switch off and move the guide manually, and check if it moves smoothly.
YES: Replace M01. If the error is still not corrected, replace QPW-727, and then QPM-
186. NO:
Correct the cause of the overload.
Check the offset section guide home position sensor PI21.When the offset section
guide moves inside, does the LED DS13 on the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 go
out?
YES: Go to CHECK 1.
NO: Go to CHECK 2. CHECK 1
Sensor PI21 is OK.Is the wiring between the M01, stepper motor driver PCB QPW-
727, and stackercontroller PCB QPM-186 OK?
YES: Go to CHECK 3.
NO: Fix the wiring. CHECK
2Sensor PI21 is not working.Is the wiring between PI21 and stacker controller PCB
QPM-186 OK?
YES: Replace PI21. If the error is still not corrected, replace QPM-186
NO: Fix the wiring.
CHECK 3 Does the feed screw have too much load to rotate?
YES: Correct the cause of the overload.NO: Replace M01. If the error is still not
corrected, replace the stepper motor driver PCBQPW-727, and then the stacker
controller PCB QPM-186.
Check the stopper home position sensor PI22.When the stopper moves out to the end,
does LED DS12 on the stacker controller PCBQPM-186 light up? YES:
Go to CHECK 1. NO: Go to
CHECK 2 CHECK 1 Sensor
PI22 is OK.Is the wiring between M02, stepper motor driver PCB QPW-727, and the
stackercontroller PCB QPM-186 OK? YES: Go to
CHECK 3 NO: Fix the
wiring. CHECK 2 Sensor
PI22 is not working. Is the wiring between PI22 and the stacker controller PCB QPM-
186 OK? YES: Replace PI22. If the
error is still not corrected, replace QPM-186. NO: Fix the wiring.

CHECK 3 Turn the power switch off and move the stopper manually, and check if it
movessmoothly. YES:
Replace M02. If the error is still not corrected, replace the stepper motor driverPCB
QPW-727, and then stacker controller PCB QPM-186.
NO: Correct the cause of the overload.
Check the stopper home position sensor PI22.When the stopper moves inside, does
LED DS12 on the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 go out? YES:
Go to CHECK 1. NO: Go
to CHECK 2.
CHECK 1 Sensor PI22 is OK.Is the wiring between M02, the stepper motor driver PCB
QPW-727, and the stackercontroller PCB QPM-186 OK?
YES: Go to CHECK 3. NO:
Fix the wiring. CHECK 2
Sensor PI22 is not working.Is the wiring between PI22 and the stacker controller PCB
QPM-186 OK? YES: Replace
PI22. If the error is still not corrected, replace PCB QPM-186. NO:
Fix the wiring..
CHECK 3 Turn the power switch off and move the stopper manually, and check if it
moves smoothly. YES:
Replace M02. If the error is still not corrected, replace the stepper motor driverPCB
QPW-727, and then stacker controller PCB QPM-186.
NO: Correct the cause of the overload
Check the stack guide home position sensor PI23. When the stack guide moves out
tothe end, does LED DS8 on the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 light up?
YES: Go to CHECK 1.
NO: Go to CHECK 2.
CHECK 1 Sensor PI23 is OK.Is the wiring between the stack guide motor, stepper
motor driver PCB QPW-727, and the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 OK?
YES: Go to CHECK 3.
NO: Fix the wiring.
CHECK 2 Sensor PI23 is not working.Is the wiring between PI23 and the stacker
controller PCB QPM-186 OK? YES:
Replace PI23. If the error is still not corrected, replace QPM-186. .
NO: Fix the wiring.CHECK 3Turn the power switch off and move the stack guide
manually, and check if it movessmoothly. YES:
Replace M03. If the error is still not corrected, replace stepper motor driver PCBQPW-
727, and then stacker controller PCB QPM-186. NO: Correct
the cause of the overload
Check the stack guide home position sensor PI23. When the stack guide movesinside,
does LED DS8 on the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 go out? YES: Go to
CHECK 1. NO: Go to
CHECK 2. CHECK 1
Sensor PI23 is OK.Is the wiring between the stack guide motor M03, the stepper motor
driver PCB QPW-727, and the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 OK? YES: Go to
CHECK 3. NO: Fix the
wiring. CHECK 2Sensor
PI23 is not working. Is the wiring between PI23 and the stacker controller PCB QPM-
186 OK? YES: Replace
PI23. If the error is still not corrected, replace QPM-186.
NO: Fix the wiring. CHECK
3 Turn the power switch off and move the stack guide manually, and check if it
movessmoothly. YES:
Replace M03. If the error is still not corrected, replace the stepper motor driverPCB
QPW-727, and then the stacker controller PCB QPM-186. NO:
Correct the cause of the overload.
When the stack tray is positioned at the low limit, does LED DS19 on the
stackercontroller PCB QPM-186 go out?
YES: The signal from the sensor is being processed incorrectly by QPM-186.Replace
QPM-186. Is the wiring
between PI14 and the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 OK? YES:
Replace PI14. If the error is still not corrected, replace QPM-186. NO:
Fix the wiring.
When the stack tray is positioned at the upper limit, does LED DS19 on the
stackercontroller PCB QPM-186 light up?
YES: The signal from the sensor is being processed incorrectly by QPM-186.Replace
QPM-186. Is the wiring
between the PI14 and the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 OK? YES:
Replace PI14. If the error is still not corrected, replace QPM-186.
NO: Fix the wiring
Is something blocking the motion of the stack tray?
YES: Remove the object blocking the motion.
Does the stack tray actually rise to the point where the tray is detected by PI14?
YES: PI14 is not working correctly. Go to CHECK 1.
NO: Go to CHECK 3.
CHECK 1 When the stack tray is positioned at the point where it is detected by PI14,
does LEDDS19 on the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 light up?
YES: The signal from the sensor is being processed incorrectly by QPM-186. Replace
QPM-186. NO: Go to
CHECK 2. CHECK 2 Is
the wiring between PI14 and the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 OK?
YES: Replace PI14. If the error is still not corrected, replace QPM-186.
NO: Fix the wiring.
CHECK 3 Do the chains and worm gears on the rear of the machine move smoothly?
YES: If there are not any other causes for the problem, replace the stack tray
up/downmotor M08. If the error is still not corrected, replace driver A08, and then QPM-
186. NO: Repair
the chains or gears so that they move smoothly.

Is something blocking the motion of the stack tray? YES:


Remove the object blocking the motion. Does
the stack tray actually move down to the lower limit? YES:
PI19 is not working correctly. Go to CHECK 1
NO: Go to CHECK 3.
CHECK 1 When the stack tray is positioned at the lower limit, does LED DS20 on the
stackercontroller PCB QPM-186 light up?
YES: The signal from the sensor is being processed incorrectly by QPM-186.Replace
QPM-186. NO: Go to
CHECK 2. CHECK 2
Is the wiring between the PI19 and the QPM-186 OK?
YES: Replace PI19. If the error is still not corrected, replace QPM-186.
NO: Fix the wiring.
CHECK 3 Do the chains and worm gears on the rear of the machine smoothly?
YES: If there are not any other causes for the problem, replace the stack tray
up/downmotor M08. If the error is still not corrected, replace driver A08, and then
stackercontroller PCB QPM-186
NO: Repair the chains or gears so that they move smoothly.
Check the decurl motor M14. When the power switch is turned on, does the
detectingplate rotate? YES:
Go to CHECK 1 NO: Go
to CHECK 2
CHECK 1 M14, the shaft and the gear are OK. Does the detecting plate deform? YES:
Replace the detecting plate. NO: Go
to CHECK 3.
CHECK 2 When the power switch is turned on, does the decurl motor M14 drive?
YES: Check the meshing of the bevel gears and the connection between the shaft and
thegear. NO: The
decurl motor M14 has a problem. Check the wiring between M14 and thestacker
controller PCB QPM-186. If there is not any problem for the wiring,
replace the stacker controller PCBQPM-186.
CHECK 3 Check the decurl home position sensor PI27. When the sensor detects the
detecting plate,does LED DS07 on the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 light up? And
when the sensor does not detect the detecting plate, does LED DS07 on the stacker
controller PCB QPM-186 go out? (Normally, when the sensor detects the detecting
plate, LED DS07 lights up.Also, the home position indicates just when the sensor
changes from the status detectingthe detecting plate to the non-detecting status.)
YES: The signal from the sensor is being processed incorrectly by QPM-186.
ReplaceQPM-186.
NO: The decurl home position sensor PI27 has a problem. Check the wiring
betweenPI27 and the stacker controller PCB QPM-186. If there is not any problem for
thewiring, replace PI27. If the error is still not corrected, replace the stacker

controllerPCB QPM-186.
When the power switch is turned on, does the decurl motor M14 drive?
YES: Go to CHECK 1. NO:
The decurl motor M14 has a problem. Check the wiring between M14 and thestacker
controller PCB QPM-186. If there is not any problem for the wiring,replace M14. If the
error is still not corrected, replace the stacker controller PCBQPM-186.
CHECK 1 Check the decurl pulse sensor PI28. While M14 drives, does LED DS97 on
the stackercontroller PCB QPM-186 blink? YES:
The signal from the sensor is being processed incorrectly by QPM-186. ReplaceQPM-
186. NO: The decurl
pulse sensor PI28 has a problem. Check the wiring between PI28 and thestacker
controller PCB QPM-186. If there is not any problem for the wiring,replace PI28. If the
error is still not corrected, replace the stacker controller

PCBQPM-186.
When you place a ferrous chip against the stack tray full sensor PI18, does LEDDS16
on the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 light up? YES: PI18 is
OK. Go to CHECK 1 NO:
Go to CHECK 2.
CHECK 1 PI19 may activate before PI18 does. When the detecting plate is away from
PI19, does LED DS20 on the stacker controllerPCB QPM-186 go out? YES:
PI19 is OK. The signal from the sensor is being processed incorrectly by QPM-186.
Replace QPM-186. Is the wiring between PI19 and the stacker controller PCB QPM-
186 OK?YES: Replace PI19. If the problem is still not corrected, replace QPM-186.
NO: Fix the wiring.

CHECK 2 Is the wiring between PI18 and the stacker controller PCB QPM-186 OK?
YES: Replace PI18. If the error is still not corrected, replace QPM-186.
NO: Fix the wiring.