You are on page 1of 370

imageRUNNER 2530/2525/2520 Series

Service Manual Rev2

Product Overview
Technology
Periodical Service
Parts Replacement and Cleaning
Adjustment
Troubleshooting
Error Code
Service Mode
Installation Appendix
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
0-2
Application
This manual has been issued by Canon Inc. for qualified persons to learn technical theory, The following paragraph does not apply to any countries where such provisions are
installation, maintenance, and repair of products. This manual covers all localities where the inconsistent with local law.
products are sold. For this reason, there may be information in this manual that does not
apply to your locality. Trademarks
The product names and company names used in this manual are the registered trademarks
Corrections of the individual companies.
This manual may contain technical inaccuracies or typographical errors due to improvements
or changes in products. When changes occur in applicable products or in the contents of this Copyright
manual, Canon will release technical information as the need arises. In the event of major This manual is copyrighted with all rights reserved. Under the copyright laws, this manual may
changes in the contents of this manual over a long or short period, Canon will issue a new not be copied, reproduced or translated into another language, in whole or in part, without the
edition of this manual. consent of Canon Inc.

Copyright CANON INC. 2010

Caution
Use of this manual should be strictly supervised to avoid disclosure of confidential
information.

0-2
0-3
Explanation of Symbols The following rules apply throughout this Service Manual:
The following symbols are used throughout this Service Manual.
1. Each chapter contains sections explaining the purpose of specific functions and the
Symbols Explanation Symbols Explanation relationship between electrical and mechanical systems with reference to the timing of
operation.
In the diagrams, represents the path of mechanical drive; where a signal name
Check. Remove the claw.
accompanies the symbol, the arrow indicates the direction of the electric
signal.
The expression "turn on the power" means flipping on the power switch, closing the
Check visually. Insert the claw.
front door, and closing the delivery unit door, which results in supplying the machine with
power.

2. In the digital circuits, '1' is used to indicate that the voltage level of a given signal is
Check the noise. Use the bundled part.
"High", while '0' is used to indicate "Low". (The voltage value, however, differs from
circuit to circuit.) In addition, the asterisk (*) as in "DRMD*" indicates that the DRMD
signal goes on when '0'.
In practically all cases, the internal mechanisms of a microprocessor cannot be checked
Disconnect the connector. Push the part. in the field. Therefore, the operations of the microprocessors used in the machines
are not discussed: they are explained in terms of from sensors to the input of the DC
controller PCB and from the output of the DC controller PCB to the loads.

The descriptions in this Service Manual are subject to change without notice for product
Connect the connector. Plug the power cable.
improvement or other purposes, and major changes will be communicated in the form of
Service Information bulletins.
All service persons are expected to have a good understanding of the contents of this Service
Remove the cable/wire Manual and all relevant Service Information bulletins and be able to identify and isolate faults
from the cable guide or wire Turn on the power.
in the machine
saddle.

Set the cable/wire to the


cable guide or wire saddle.

Remove the screw.

Tighten the screw.

0-3
Blank Page
0
0-5

Contents
Cross Sectional View (250-sheet 1st cassette model)------------------- 1-11
Operation----------------------------------------------------------------------------1-12
Power Switch--------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-12
Description of Control Panel-------------------------------------------------------------1-12

0 Safety Precautions 2 Technology


CDRH Act---------------------------------------------------------------------- 0-14 Basic Configuration------------------------------------------------------------2-2
Laser Safety------------------------------------------------------------------- 0-14 Functional Configuration---------------------------------------------------------- 2-2
Handling of Laser System------------------------------------------------- 0-14 Basic sequence------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2-2
Turn power switch ON------------------------------------------------------ 0-15 Original Exposure System---------------------------------------------------2-3
Power Supply----------------------------------------------------------------- 0-15 Construction-------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-3
Safety of Toner---------------------------------------------------------------- 0-16 Specifications/controls/functions--------------------------------------------------------- 2-3
About Toner-------------------------------------------------------------------------0-16 Major Components-------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-3
Reader relay PCB--------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-4
Toner on Clothing or Skin--------------------------------------------------------0-16
Basic Sequence--------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-5
Notes When Handling the Lithium and Ni-MH Batteries----------- 0-16
Basic Sequence at Power-On------------------------------------------------------------ 2-5
Notes Before it Works Serving-------------------------------------------- 0-16
Basic Sequence at Start Key ON (book mode/1 original)------------------------- 2-5

1 Product Overview Basic Sequence at Start Key ON (ADF mode/1 original)-------------------------- 2-6
Controls------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-7
Product Lineup------------------------------------------------------------------1-2 Controlling the Scanner Drive System------------------------------------------------- 2-7
Host machine------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1-2 Contact Image Sensor (CIS)-------------------------------------------------------------- 2-8
Host machine configuration--------------------------------------------------------------- 1-2 Enlargement/Reduction-------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-9
Model type------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-2 Detecting the Size of Originals----------------------------------------------------------2-10
Option---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-3 Dirt Sensor Control-------------------------------------------------------------------------2-12
Pickup delivery / image reading options----------------------------------------------- 1-3 Image Processing--------------------------------------------------------------------------2-14
Function expanding option---------------------------------------------------------------- 1-4 Service Operations ---------------------------------------------------------------2-16
Feature---------------------------------------------------------------------------1-5 Action to take when replacing parts----------------------------------------------------2-16
Product feature---------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-5 Consumables--------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-16
Specifications-------------------------------------------------------------------1-6 Service precautions------------------------------------------------------------------------2-16
Specifications------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1-6 Controller System------------------------------------------------------------ 2-17
Weight / Size------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-7 Overview-----------------------------------------------------------------------------2-17
Productivity (Print speed)--------------------------------------------------------- 1-8 Functional Configuration------------------------------------------------------------------2-17
Paper type---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-8 Controls------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-19
Pickup------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1-8 Flow of Image Data------------------------------------------------------------------------2-19
Name of Parts-------------------------------------------------------------------1-9 Construction of the Image Processing Module--------------------------------------2-19
External View------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1-9 Reader Unit Input Image Processing--------------------------------------------------2-20
Cross Sectional View (550-sheet 1st cassete model)--------------------1-10 Compressio/ Extesion/ Editing Block--------------------------------------------------2-20

0-5
0
0
0-6
Printer unit Output Image Processing-------------------------------------------------2-21 Transfer Unit---------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-40
Flow of Image Data According to Copy Functions---------------------------------2-21 Waste Toner Box----------------------------------------------------------------------------2-41
Flow of Image Data for the SEND Function-----------------------------------------2-22 Work of Service--------------------------------------------------------------------2-42
Flow of Image Data for the Fax Transmission---------------------------------------2-22 When Replacing the Components-----------------------------------------------------2-42
Flow of Image Data for the Fax Reception Function------------------------------2-23 Periodical Service--------------------------------------------------------------------------2-42
Flow of Image Data for the PDL Function--------------------------------------------2-23 Points to Note about Service------------------------------------------------------------2-42
Software counter----------------------------------------------------------------------------2-24 Fixing System----------------------------------------------------------------- 2-43
Fan---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-24 Overview-----------------------------------------------------------------------------2-43
Power supply--------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-25 Features---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-43
Service Operations----------------------------------------------------------------2-27 Specifications--------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-43
Action to take when replacing parts----------------------------------------------------2-27 Major parts configuration-----------------------------------------------------------------2-44
Consumables -------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-27 Controls------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-45
Service precautions------------------------------------------------------------------------2-27 Fixing temperature control: overview--------------------------------------------------2-45
Laser Exposure System---------------------------------------------------- 2-28 Standby temperature control------------------------------------------------------------2-46
Construction-------------------------------------------------------------------------2-28 Print temperature control-----------------------------------------------------------------2-46
Specifications/Controls/Functions------------------------------------------------------2-28 Down sequence control-------------------------------------------------------------------2-48
Main Configuration Parts-----------------------------------------------------------------2-28 User mode related to fixing grade------------------------------------------------------2-50
Control System Configuration-----------------------------------------------------------2-29 Paper loop amount control before fixing----------------------------------------------2-51
Basic Sequence--------------------------------------------------------------------2-30 Protection features-------------------------------------------------------------------------2-52
Basic Sequence-----------------------------------------------------------------------------2-30 Pickup Feed System-------------------------------------------------------- 2-53
Various Controls--------------------------------------------------------------------2-31 Overview-----------------------------------------------------------------------------2-53
Controlling the Laser Activation Timing-----------------------------------------------2-31 Specification---------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-53
Controlling the Intensity of Laser Light-----------------------------------------------2-32 Parts Configuration-------------------------------------------------------------------------2-53
Controlling the Laser Scanner Motor--------------------------------------------------2-32 Diagram of Paper Paths (w/ 2 Way Unit/ inaner 2 way tray)---------------------2-57
Controlling the Laser Shutter------------------------------------------------------------2-32 Diagram of Paper Paths (w/o 2 Way Unit)-------------------------------------------2-58
Image Formation System-------------------------------------------------- 2-33 Controls------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-60
Basic Configuration----------------------------------------------------------------2-33 Overview--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-60
Specifications of Image Formation System------------------------------------------2-33 Cassette Pickup Assembly (550-sheet 1st cassette model)---------------------2-60
Major Components of Image Formation System-----------------------------------2-34 Cassette Pickup Assembly (250-sheet 1st cassette model)---------------------2-64
Image Formation Process----------------------------------------------------------------2-35 Multi-Purpose Pickup Assembly--------------------------------------------------------2-67
Basic Sequence--------------------------------------------------------------------2-36 Fixing / Registration Assembly----------------------------------------------------------2-68
Sequence of Operation (initial rotation)-----------------------------------------------2-36 Duplex / Delivery Assembly--------------------------------------------------------------2-69
Sequence of Operation (printing)-------------------------------------------------------2-36 Detecting Jams------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-69
Sequence of Operation (last rotation)-------------------------------------------------2-36 Work of Service--------------------------------------------------------------------2-70
Controls------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-37 Periodical ServicePeriodical Service--------------------------------------------------2-70
Drum Unit-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-37 Consumables--------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-70
Developing Unit-----------------------------------------------------------------------------2-38 Periodically Servicing----------------------------------------------------------------------2-70
Toner Container-----------------------------------------------------------------------------2-39 Embedded RDS-------------------------------------------------------------- 2-71

0-6
0
0
0-7
Product Overview------------------------------------------------------------------2-71 Removing the Front Cover------------------------------------------------------4-15
Overview--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-71 Removing the Lower Left Cover-----------------------------------------------4-16
Features and benefits---------------------------------------------------------------------2-71 Removing the Left Cover--------------------------------------------------------4-16
E-RDS Setup------------------------------------------------------------------------2-72 Removing the Inside Base Cover----------------------------------------------4-17
Advance preparations---------------------------------------------------------------------2-72 Installing the Inside Base Cover-----------------------------------------------4-18
Network settings----------------------------------------------------------------------------2-72 Removing the Left Rear Cover-------------------------------------------------4-18
Steps to E-RDS Settings-----------------------------------------------------------------2-75
Removing the Toner Supply Cover--------------------------------------------4-19
Communication log-------------------------------------------------------------------------2-76
Removing the Reader Right Cover--------------------------------------------4-20
Initializing E-RDS settings----------------------------------------------------------------2-76
Removing the Platen Glass-----------------------------------------------------4-20
FAQ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-77
Removing the Reader Rear Cover--------------------------------------------4-20
Troubleshooting--------------------------------------------------------------------2-78
Removing the Rear Cover (Right)---------------------------------------------4-21
Troubleshooting-----------------------------------------------------------------------------2-78
Removing the Rear Cover (Left)-----------------------------------------------4-22
Error code and strings---------------------------------------------------------------------2-79
Com-Log Report----------------------------------------------------------------------------2-82 Removing the Rear Right Cover (Upper)------------------------------------4-22
Service cautions--------------------------------------------------------------------2-82 Removing the Rear Right Cover (Lower)------------------------------------4-22
Removing the Lower Rear Cover----------------------------------------------4-22
3 Periodical Service Removing the Cassette 2 Rear Cover----------------------------------------4-23

Consumable Parts and Cleaning Parts-----------------------------------3-2 Main Units/Parts-------------------------------------------------------------- 4-24


Removing the Right Cover Assembly-----------------------------------------4-24
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Removing the Cassette Pickup Assembly (550-sheet 1st Cassette
Model)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-26
List of Parts----------------------------------------------------------------------4-2
Removing the Cassette Pickup Assembly (250-sheet 1st cassette
List of Covers------------------------------------------------------------------------ 4-2
Model)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-27
List of Main Units / Parts---------------------------------------------------------- 4-4
Removing the Laser Scanner Unit---------------------------------------------4-28
List of PCBs-------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-5
Action to Take after Replacing the Laser Scanner Unit---------------------------4-29
List of Solenoids--------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-6
Removing the Toner Supply Unit-----------------------------------------------4-29
List of Sensors----------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-7
Action to Take after Replacement------------------------------------------------------4-30
List of Motors------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-9
Removing the CIS Unit-----------------------------------------------------------4-31
List of Fans--------------------------------------------------------------------------4-10 Action to Take When Replacing the CIS Unit----------------------------------------4-32
List of Switches--------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-11 Removing the Platen Glass-----------------------------------------------------4-32
List of Clutches---------------------------------------------------------------------4-12 Action to Take after Replacing the Platen Glass------------------------------------4-33
Other----------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-13 Removing the ADF Scan Glass------------------------------------------------4-33
External Covers-------------------------------------------------------------- 4-14 Action to Take after Replacing the ADF Scan Glass----------- 4-34
Removing the Reader Left Cover----------------------------------------------4-14
Removing the Control Panel Assembly--------------------------------------4-34
Removing the Reader Front Cover--------------------------------------------4-14
Removing the Multi Pickup Assembly----------------------------------------4-35
Removing the Support Cover---------------------------------------------------4-14
Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement--------------- 4-37
Removing the Delivery Tray-----------------------------------------------------4-15
Removing the Transfer Roller---------------------------------------------------4-37

0-7
0
0
0-8
Removing the Separation Static Charge Eliminator----------------------4-37 Removing the RAM PCB---------------------------------------------------------4-48
Removing the Waste Toner Container----------------------------------------4-37 Replacement Procedure------------------------------------------------------------------4-48
Removing the Drum Unit---------------------------------------------------------4-38 No. 1 Delivery Reversal Solenoid (SL3)-------------------------------------4-50
Removing the Developing Assembly------------------------------------------4-39 Replacement Procedure------------------------------------------------------------------4-50
Removing the Manual Feed Pickup Roller----------------------------------4-39 Removing the Main Motor (M1)------------------------------------------------4-53
Removing the Manual Feed Separation Pad-------------------------------4-40 Replacement Procedure------------------------------------------------------------------4-53
Removing the Fixing Unit--------------------------------------------------------4-41 Removing the Fixing Motor (M2)-----------------------------------------------4-53
Removing the Cassette Pickup Roller (250-sheet 1st cassette Model)---- Replacement Procedure------------------------------------------------------------------4-53
4-41 Removing the Cassette 1 Pickup Motor (M3)-------------------------------4-54
Replacement Procedure------------------------------------------------------------------4-54
Removing the Roller Cassette Separation Pad (250-sheet 1st cassette
Removing the Reversal Motor (M10)-----------------------------------------4-55
Model)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-42
Replacement Procedure------------------------------------------------------------------4-55
Removing the Cassette Pickup Roller (550-sheet 1st cassette Model)----
Removing the Scanner Motor (M31)------------------------------------------4-55
4-42
Replacement Procedure------------------------------------------------------------------4-55
Removing the Cassette Feed Roller (550-sheet 1st cassette Model)------
Removing the Power Supply Cooling Fan (FAN6)------------------------4-56
4-42
Replacement Procedure------------------------------------------------------------------4-56
Removing the Cassette Separation Roller (550-sheet 1st cassette
Removing the Front Door Switch (SW2)-------------------------------------4-57
Model)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-43
Replacement Procedure------------------------------------------------------------------4-57
Removing the Idler Gear (Only for 550-sheet 1st cassette Model for Removing the Cassette Size Detection Switch (SW6/SW7)------------4-58
China)---------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-43 Replacement Procedure------------------------------------------------------------------4-58
PCB------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 4-44 Removing the Clutch (CL1/CL2/CL3/CL4)----------------------------------4-60
Removing the Main Controller PCB-------------------------------------------4-44 Replacement Procedure------------------------------------------------------------------4-60
Replacement Procedure------------------------------------------------------------------4-44
OTHER------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-61
Action to Take after Replacement------------------------------------------------------4-44
Removing the Fixing Film Unit--------------------------------------------------4-61
Removing the Reader Relay PCB---------------------------------------------4-44 Replacement Procedure------------------------------------------------------------------4-61
Replacement Procedure------------------------------------------------------------------4-44
Removing the Pressure Roller--------------------------------------------------4-66
Removing the Power Supply PCB---------------------------------------------4-45 Replacement Procedure------------------------------------------------------------------4-66
Replacement Procedure------------------------------------------------------------------4-45
Removing the DC Controller PCB---------------------------------------------4-45 5 Adjustment
Before Replacement/RAM Clearing---------------------------------------------------4-45
Action to Take after Replacement/RAM Clearing-----------------------------------4-45
Outline----------------------------------------------------------------------------5-2
Adjustment when replacing parts----------------------------------------------- 5-2
Removing the HVT PCB---------------------------------------------------------4-46
Replacement Procedure------------------------------------------------------------------4-46
Image position adjustment-------------------------------------------------------- 5-2
Removing the Option Power Supply PCB-----------------------------------4-46 Adjustment when replacing parts------------------------------------------5-3
Replacement Procedure------------------------------------------------------------------4-46 Scanning System------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-3
Action to Take after Replacing the CIS Unit------------------------------------------- 5-3
Removing the Heater PCB------------------------------------------------------4-47
Action to Take after Replacing the Platen Glass------------------------------------- 5-3
Replacement Procedure------------------------------------------------------------------4-47
Action to Take after Replacing the ADF Scan Glass-------------------------------- 5-4

0-8
0
0
0-9
Controller System------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-4 Outline--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 7-2
Action to Take after Replacing theMain Controller PCB--------------------------- 5-4 Error Code-----------------------------------------------------------------------7-3
Action to Take when Replacing the DC Controller PCB--------------------------- 5-4 Error Code Details------------------------------------------------------------------ 7-3
Action to Take after Replacing the RAM----------------------------------------------- 5-5 FAX Error Codes-------------------------------------------------------------------- 7-8
Laser Exposure System----------------------------------------------------------- 5-5 Outline------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 7-8
Action to Take after Replacing the Laser Scanner Unit---------------------------- 5-5 User Error Code------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 7-8
Image position adjustment---------------------------------------------------5-6 Service Error Code-------------------------------------------------------------------------- 7-9
Margin Along the Leading Edge------------------------------------------------- 5-6 Jam Code---------------------------------------------------------------------- 7-11
Left Image Margin------------------------------------------------------------------ 5-6 Main Unit----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 7-11
Leading Edge Non-Image Width------------------------------------------------ 5-6 DADF-AB1---------------------------------------------------------------------------7-13
Left Non-Image Width------------------------------------------------------------- 5-7 Inner Finisher-B1-------------------------------------------------------------------7-14
Alarm Code-------------------------------------------------------------------- 7-15
6 Troubleshooting Alarm Code Details----------------------------------------------------------------7-15
Initial Check---------------------------------------------------------------------6-2
Initial check items list-------------------------------------------------------------- 6-2 8 Service Mode
Test Print-------------------------------------------------------------------------6-3 Outline----------------------------------------------------------------------------8-2
Overview------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 6-3 Outline of Service Mode----------------------------------------------------------- 8-2
Select the test print TYPE-------------------------------------------------------- 6-3 Using the Mode---------------------------------------------------------------------- 8-3
Troubleshooting items--------------------------------------------------------6-4 Setting of Bit Switch---------------------------------------------------------------- 8-3
Troubleshooting items list--------------------------------------------------------- 6-4 Outline------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 8-3
Image Faults------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-4 Back-Up------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8-4
Paper Reverse Side Stained with Toner----------------------------------------------- 6-4 Service Label------------------------------------------------------------------------ 8-4
Stained Leading/Trailing Edge of Paper ---------------------------------------------- 6-4 Details of Service Mode------------------------------------------------------8-5
Image Transfer Wrong/Text Void--------------------------------------------------------- 6-5 #SSSW-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8-5
Image Deletion/Blur/Dew Condensation----------------------------------------------- 6-5 SSSW Composition------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8-5
Too Large Curl-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-6 Details------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 8-5
Thin Paper Jam (63g/cm2 or Less)----------------------------------------------------- 6-6 #MENU-------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-13
Paper Jam due to Solid Image Printed on Paper with Small Leading-Edge Menu Switch Composition----------------------------------------------------------------8-13
Margin (1-4 mm)---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-6 Deatails----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-13
Cannot Turn the Toner Bottle Set Lever or Hard to Turn it------------------------ 6-6
#NUMERIC--------------------------------------------------------------------------8-14
Abnormal Noise During Multi-Feed Peration ---------------------------------------- 6-7
Numerical Parameter Composition----------------------------------------------------8-14
Upgrading Targets and Procedure-----------------------------------------6-8 Details-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-15
Outline--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-8 #SCAN--------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-19
Procedure----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-9 Setting of Scanner Functions (SCANNER)------------------------------------------8-19
Numeric Parameter Settings (Numeric Prama.)------------------------------------8-21
7 Error Code READER--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-22
Overview-------------------------------------------------------------------------7-2 #PRINT-------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-26

0-9
0
0
0-10
Numerin Parameter Settings (Numeric Prama).------------------------------------8-26 #TEST MODE----------------------------------------------------------------------8-46
Service Soft Switch Settings (PRINTER)---------------------------------------------8-27 Outline-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-46
List of Functions-----------------------------------------------------------------------------8-28 Configuration---------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-46
List of Functions(PRINT CST)-----------------------------------------------------------8-31 Details-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-47
#NETWORK-------------------------------------------------------------------------8-33
Confirmation of contents of CA certificate--------------------------------------------8-33 9 Installation
#CODEC-----------------------------------------------------------------------------8-33 How to check this Installation Procedure--------------------------------9-2
Configuration---------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-33 When Using the parts included in the package----------------------------- 9-2
Details-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-33
Symbols in the Illustration-------------------------------------------------------- 9-2
#SYSTEM----------------------------------------------------------------------------8-33
Making Pre-Checks------------------------------------------------------------9-2
Configuration---------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-33
Selecting the Site of Installation------------------------------------------------- 9-2
Details of Bit Switch------------------------------------------------------------------------8-33
Details of System Numeric---------------------------------------------------------------8-34
Points to Make Before Installation-----------------------------------------9-3
#ACC----------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-34 Option Installation Sequence-----------------------------------------------9-3
Configuration---------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-34 Checking the Contents-------------------------------------------------------9-4
#COUNTER-------------------------------------------------------------------------8-35 Unpacking and Installation Procedure------------------------------------9-6
Counters--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-35 Unpacking the Machine and Removing the Packaging Materials------ 9-6
Clearing Counters--------------------------------------------------------------------------8-35 Installing the Toner Bottle--------------------------------------------------------- 9-8
#LMS----------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-36 Installing the Drum Unit----------------------------------------------------------- 9-9
Configuration---------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-36 Connecting the cord--------------------------------------------------------------- 9-11
Outline-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-36 Stirring Toner------------------------------------------------------------------------9-12
Details-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-36 Installing Trays----------------------------------------------------------------------9-12
Method of confirming license option---------------------------------------------------8-37 Setting the Cassettes-------------------------------------------------------------9-13
Inactivity of the transmitted license----------------------------------------------------8-37 Installing Other Parts--------------------------------------------------------------9-14
Erasing a License--------------------------------------------------------------------------8-38 Checking the Print Image -------------------------------------------------------9-17
#E-RDS-------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-39 Checking the Connection to the Network------------------------------------9-17
Configuration---------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-39 Setting the Date and Time-------------------------------------------------------9-17
#REPORT----------------------------------------------------------------------------8-40 Setting the Cassette Heater (if equipped with the cassette heater)---9-17
Configuration---------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-40
Document Tray-J1 Installation Procedure----------------------------- 9-18
Details-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-40
Points to Note before Installation----------------------------------------------9-18
#DOWNLOAD----------------------------------------------------------------------8-44
Checking the Contents-----------------------------------------------------------9-18
Download-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-44
Installation Procedure-------------------------------------------------------------9-19
#CLEAR------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-45
In case of iR 2545/2535 Series---------------------------------------------------------9-19
Configuration---------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-45
In case of iR 2530/2525/2520 Series--------------------------------------------------9-20
#DISPLAY----------------------------------------------------------------------------8-45
When installing with “USB Application 3-Port Interface Kit-A1” simultaneously--
Configuration---------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-45
9-20
#ROM---------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-46
Card Reader Installation Procedure------------------------------------- 9-21
Configuration---------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-46

0-10
0
0
0-11
Checking the Contents-----------------------------------------------------------9-21 Installation Procedure-------------------------------------------------------------9-53
Points to Note Before Installation----------------------------------------------9-22 Installation of Reader Harness----------------------------------------------------------9-53
Turning Main Power OFF ----------------------------------------------------------------9-22 Removal of Parts from Reader----------------------------------------------------------9-56
Installation Procedure-------------------------------------------------------------9-22 Installation of Reader Heater (for iR2530/2525/2520 series)--------------------9-56
Registering the Card IDs---------------------------------------------------------9-29 Installation of Reader Heater (for iR2545/2535 series)---------------------------9-57
Serial Interface Kit-J2 Installation Procedure ---------------------------30 Cassette Heater Unit 37 Installation Procedure---------------------- 9-59
Checking the Contents------------------------------------------------------------- 30 Points to Note before Installation----------------------------------------------9-59
Points to Note before Installation------------------------------------------------ 30 Checking the Contents-----------------------------------------------------------9-59
Turning OFF the Host Machine----------------------------------------------------------- 30 Turning OFF the Host Machine------------------------------------------------9-60
Installation Procedure--------------------------------------------------------------- 31 Installation Procedure-------------------------------------------------------------9-60
Control Interface Cable-A1 Installation Procedure------------------ 9-34 In case of 550 Sheets Cassette Model------------------------------------------------9-60
Checking the Contents-----------------------------------------------------------9-34 In case of 250 Sheets Cassette Model------------------------------------------------9-63
In case of 1-Cassette Unit----------------------------------------------------------------9-69
Points to Note Before Installation----------------------------------------------9-34
In case of 2-Cassette Unit----------------------------------------------------------------9-73
Turning Main Power OFF ----------------------------------------------------------------9-34
Installation Procedure-------------------------------------------------------------9-35 Drum Heater-C1 Installation Procedure-------------------------------- 9-75
Checking the Contents-----------------------------------------------------------9-75
System Upgrade RAM-C1 Installation Procedure------------------- 9-38
Points to Note Before Installation----------------------------------------------9-75
Checking the Contents-----------------------------------------------------------9-38
Turning Main Power OFF-----------------------------------------------------------------9-75
Points to Note Before Installation----------------------------------------------9-38
Installation Procedure-------------------------------------------------------------9-76
Turning Main Power OFF ----------------------------------------------------------------9-38
Installation Procedure-------------------------------------------------------------9-39 Relocating the Machine - -------------------------------------------------- 9-86
Required Articles-------------------------------------------------------------------9-86
System Upgrade SD CARD-A1Installation Procedure------------- 9-42
Preparation for Relocating the Machine--------------------------------------9-86
Checking the Contents-----------------------------------------------------------9-42
Work Procedure--------------------------------------------------------------------9-86
Points to Note before Installation----------------------------------------------9-42
Turning OFF the Host Machine---------------------------------------------------------9-42
Installation Procedure-------------------------------------------------------------9-43
Appendix
Checking after Installation-------------------------------------------------------9-43 Service Tools------------------------------------------------------------------ 9-88
Cst Heater Kit-J1 Installation Procedure ------------------------------ 9-44 Special Tools---------------------------------------------------------------------------------9-88
Oils and Solvents---------------------------------------------------------------------------9-88
Checking the Contents-----------------------------------------------------------9-44
Points to Note Before Installation----------------------------------------------9-44 General Circuit Diagram---------------------------------------------------- 9-89
Turning Main Power OFF ----------------------------------------------------------------9-44 General Circuit Diagram (550-sheet 1st cassette type)------------------9-89
General Circuit Diagram (1/7)-----------------------------------------------------------9-89
Installation Procedure-------------------------------------------------------------9-45
General Circuit Diagram (2/7)-----------------------------------------------------------9-91
Reader Heater Unit-H1 Installation Procedure----------------------- 9-52
General Circuit Diagram (3/7)-----------------------------------------------------------9-92
Checking the Contents-----------------------------------------------------------9-52
General Circuit Diagram (4/7)-----------------------------------------------------------9-93
Points to Note Before Installation----------------------------------------------9-52
General Circuit Diagram (5/7)-----------------------------------------------------------9-94
Turning Main Power OFF-----------------------------------------------------------------9-52
General Circuit Diagram (6/7)-----------------------------------------------------------9-95
Confirmation of Heater Driver PCB----------------------------------------------------9-52
General Circuit Diagram (7/7)-----------------------------------------------------------9-96

0-11
0
0
0-12
General Circuit Diagram (250-sheet 1st cassette type)------------------9-97
General Circuit Diagram (1/7)-----------------------------------------------------------9-97
General Circuit Diagram (2/7)-----------------------------------------------------------9-98
General Circuit Diagram (3/7)-----------------------------------------------------------9-99
General Circuit Diagram (4/7)--------------------------------------------------------- 9-100
General Circuit Diagram (5/7)--------------------------------------------------------- 9-101
General Circuit Diagram (6/7)--------------------------------------------------------- 9-102
General Circuit Diagram (7/7)--------------------------------------------------------- 9-103

0-12
0
Safety Precautions

■CDRH Act

■Laser Safety

■Handling of Laser System

■Turn power switch ON

■Points to Note About
Turning Off the Main
Power Switch imageRUNNER 2530/2525/2520

■Safety of Toner Series

■Notes When Handling a
Lithium Battery

■Notes Before it Works
Serving
0 Safety Precautions > Handling of Laser System
0-14

CDRH Act Handling of Laser System


The Center for Devices and Radiological Health of the US Food and Drum Administration put When servicing the area around the laser assembly, be sure to turn off the main power.
into force regulations concerning laser products on August 2, 1976. These regulations apply The machine's covers that can reflect laser light are identified by means of a warning label
to laser products manufactured on and after August 1, 1976, and the sale of laser products (Figure). If you must detach a cover showing the label, be sure to take extra caution during
not certified under the regulations is banned within the Untied States. The label shown here the work.
indicates compliance with the CDRH regulations, and its attachment is required on all laser
products that are soled in the United States.

CANON INC.
30-2,SHIMOMARUKO,3-CHOME,OHTA-KU,TOKYO,JAPAN

MANUFACTURED:
THIS PRODUCT CONHORMS WITH DHHS RADIATION
PERFORMANCE STANDARD 21CFR CHAPTER 1
SUBCHAPTER J.

F-0-1

A different description may be used for a different product.

F-0-2

Laser Safety
When servicing the area around the laser assembly, be sure to turn off the main power.
The machine's covers that can reflect laser light are identified by means of a warning label
(Figure). If you must detach a cover showing the label, be sure to take extra caution during
the work.

0-14
0
Safety Precautions > Handling of Laser System
0 Safety Precautions > Power Supply
0-15

Turn power switch ON Power Supply


The machine is equipped with 2 power switches: main power switch and control panel power
switch.
The machine goes on when the main power switch is turned on (i.e., other than in low power 1. As a general rule, do not use extension cords. Using an extension cord may
mode, sleep mode). result in a fire or electrical shock. If an extension cord must be used, however,
use one for local rated voltage and over, untie the cord binding, and insert the
power plug completely into the extension cord outlet to ensure a firm connection
between the power cord and the extension cord.
2. The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily
accessible.
Control panel
power switch

Main power switch

F-0-3

F-0-4

0-15
0
Safety Precautions > Power Supply
0 Safety Precautions > Notes Before it Works Serving
0-16

Safety of Toner Notes Before it Works Serving

About Toner
The machine's toner is a non-toxic material made of plastic, iron, and small amounts of dye. At servicing, be sure to turn OFF the power source according to the specified steps and
disconnect the power plug.

Do not throw toner into fire. It may cause explosion.

Toner on Clothing or Skin


• If your clothing or skin has come into contact with toner, wipe it off with tissue; then, wash it
off with water.
• Do not use warm water, which will cause the toner to jell and fuse permanently with the
fibers of the cloth.
• Tonner is easy to react with plastic material, avoid contact with plastic.

Notes When Handling the Lithium and Ni-MH


Batteries

RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.


DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.

The following warnings are given to comply with Safety Principles (EN60950).

Wenn mit dem falschen Typ ausgewechselt, besteht Explosionsgefahr.


Gebrauchte Batterien gemäß der Anleitung beseitigen.

0-16
0
Safety Precautions > Notes Before it Works Serving
1 Product Overview

■Product

■Feature
Lineup


■Specifications

■Name of Parts

1
Product Overview
1 Product Overview > Product Lineup > Host machine > Model type
1-2

Product Lineup ■■Host machine configuration


Host machine configuration
Reader+DADF(standard or optional)+Printer
Host machine T-1-1

■■Model type
imageRUNNER 2530 imageRUNNER 2525 imageRUNNER 2520
Print Speed 30ppm 25ppm 20ppm
Positioning Target machine: imageRUNNER 2025/2022/2018 Series
T-1-2

imageRUNNER 2530 / 2525 / 2520


Underlined (2-digit) numeric figures indicate print speed (ppm: print per minute).
F-1-2

F-1-1

1-2
1
Product Overview > Product Lineup > Host machine > Model type
1 Product Overview > Product Lineup > Option > Pickup delivery / image reading options
1-3
Option No. Product name Remarks and condition
1 imageRUNNER 2530i/2530/2525i/2525/2520i/2520
■■Pickup delivery / image reading options 2 imageRUNNER 2530i/2530/2525i/2525
3 DADF-AB1
[23] 4 Inner Finisher Additional Tray-B1
[7] 5 Inner Finisher-B1 Built-in finisher
[8] Power Supply Unit-U1 is
required.
[3]
6 Reader Heater Unit-H1 Cst Heater Kit-J1 is required.
7 Platen Cover Type P
8 Document Tray-J1
[6]
9 FL Cassette-AJ1
[20] [21] 10 FL Cassette-AK1
[18] 11 FL Cassette-AL1
[1] [22] 12 Cassette Heater Unit-37 Cst Heater Kit-J1 is required.
[2] 13 Cassette Module-W1 Cassette Spacer-A1 is required
[5]
when installing to 250 Sheets
[19] Cassette Model.
[4] 14 CST. Feeding Unit-AE1 Cassette Spacer-A1 is required
when installing to 250 Sheets
Cassette Model.
[15] 15 Envelope Feeder Attachment-D1
16 Cassette Spacer-A1
[17]
17 Inner 2Way Tray-G1 For host machine delivery
[14] additional tray.
[16]
18 Cst Heater Kit-J1
19 Drum Heater-C1 Cst Heater Kit-J1 is required.
[12] 20 Power Supply Unit-U1
[9] 21 ADF Access Handle-A1
22 2 Way Unit-B1
[13] 23 Stamp Unit-B1
[10]
T-1-3

[11]
F-1-3

1-3
1
Product Overview > Product Lineup > Option > Pickup delivery / image reading options
1 Product Overview > Product Lineup > Option > Function expanding option
1-4
■■Function expanding option No. Product name Remarks and condition
1 Card Reader-E1 Card Reader Attachment-D3 is
[1] required.
[2] 2 Card Reader Attachment-D3
[4] 3 Super G3 Fax Board-AG1
4 USB Application 3-Port Interface Kit-A1
5 Serial Interface Kit-J2
6 System Upgrade RAM-C1
7 System Upgrade SD Card-A1
8 Copy Control Interface Cable-A1
9 Barcode Printing Kit-B1 PCL Printer Kit-AF1 is required.
10 PCL Printer Kit-AF1 512MB RAM should be installed.
11 PS Printer Kit-AF1 In the case of 256MB, System
12 Color Send Kit-Y1 Upgrade RAM-C1 (512MB) is
13 Color Send Searchable PDF Kit-C1 needed.

T-1-4

[7]

[6] [9]
[5] [10]
[11]
[12]
[13]

[8]
[3]
F-1-4

1-4
1
Product Overview > Product Lineup > Option > Function expanding option
1 Product Overview > Feature > Product feature
1-5

Feature

Product feature

Waste toner container


- User replaceable

Low running cost

Developing unit
- Highly-durable OPC drum is
adopted.
Laser scanner unit
- Capable of 1200 dpi
High image quality

High image quality Low running cost

F-1-5

1-5
1
Product Overview > Feature > Product feature
1 Product Overview > Specifications > Specifications
1-6

Specifications Item Specifications


Paper type Weight: 64 g/m2 to 128 g/m2
(Manual feed pickup tray) Type: Plain, Recycled, Color (64 g/m2 to 80 g/m2), 3-hole punch,
Specifications Bond (75 g/m2 to 90 g/m2), Heavy Paper 1 (81 g/m2 to 90 g/
m2), Heavy Paper 2 (91 g/m2 to 105 g/m2), Heavy Paper 3 (106
g/m2 to 128 g/m2), Transparencies, Labels, Envelopes (No.10
Item Specifications (COM10), ISO-B5, Monarch, ISO-C5, DL)
Copyboard Stream reading, original fixed reading Paper size (Cassette 1/3/4) Standard size (A4, A4R, A3, A5R, B4, B5, B5R, LTR, LTTR, LG,
Body Desktop 11" x 17", STMTR)
Light source type LED (RGB) Paper size (Cassette 2) Standard size (A4, A4R, A3, A5R, B4, B5, B5R, LTR, LTTR, LG,
Photosensitive medium OPC drum (30 mm dia) 11"" x 17"", STMTR)
Image reading method CIS Envelopes* (No.10 (COM10), ISO-B5, Monarch, ISO-C5, DL)
Reproduction method Indirect electrostatic method * The optional Envelope Feeder Attachment-D1 is required.
Exposure method Laser exposure system Paper size Standard size (A4, A4R, A3, A5R, B4, B5, B5R, LTR, LTTR, LG,
(Manual feed pickup tray) 11"" x 17"", STMTR)
Charging method Roller charge
Free size (99 mm x 297 mm to 148 mm x 432 mm)
Development method Dry single component projection developing Envelopes (No.10 (COM10), ISO-B5, Monarch, ISO-C5, DL)
Transfer method By transfer roller Pickup capacity 550 sheets cassette: 550 sheets (80g/m2)
Separation method Curvature and static eliminator 550 sheets cassette: 250 sheets (80g/m2)
Pickup method 550 sheets cassette: Retard separation method Manual feed pickup tray: 100 sheets (80g/m2)
250 sheets cassette: Pad separation method Duplex method Through path duplex
Manual feed pickup tray: Pad separation method Acoustic noise imageRUNNER 2530i/2530:
Fixing method On demand operation: 69.50 dB or less *1 / stand-by: 43.00 dB or less *2
Delivery method Face down delivery (in-body delivery) imageRUNNER 2525i/2525:
Reproduction ratio 25% to 400% operation: 67.75 dB or less *1 / stand-by: 43.00 dB or less *2
Drum cleaning method By cleaning blade imageRUNNER 2520i/2520:
Toner type Magnetic negative charge toner operation: 66.00 dB or less / stand-by: 43.00dB or less *2
*1 Except for china model. China model: 66.00 dB or less
Toner replenish method Toner cartridge
(operation)
Toner level detection function Yes *2 Except for china model. China model: 43.00 dB or less (stand-
Top margin 2.5 -/+ 1.5 mm by)
Left margin 2.5 -/+ 1.5 mm Ozone Max: 0.035 ppm or less
Non-image width (leading edge) 2.5 -/+ 1.5 mm Power supply rating imageRUNNER 2530/2525 (US):
Non-image width (left edge) 2.5 -/+ 1.5 mm 120 - 127 V AC, 50Hz/60Hz, 6.9 A
* Using the feeder: 2.5 -/+ 2.0 mm imageRUNNER 2520 (US):
Warm-up time At power ON: 30 sec or less 120 - 127 V AC, 50Hz/60Hz, 6.2 A
Number of gradations 256 gradations imageRUNNER 2530i/2530/2525i/2525/2520i/2520 (Except US):
Reading resolution 600 dpi x 600 dpi 220 - 240 V AC, 50Hz/60Hz, 3.3 A
Writing resolution 1200 dpi x 1200 dpi Maximum power consumption 120 - 127 V model: Approx. 1.473 kW
220 - 240 V model: Approx. 1.542 kW
First print time imageRUNNER 2530i/2530/2525i/2525: 5.4 sec or less
imageRUNNER 2520i/2520: 6.4 sec or less
Paper type (Cassette 1/3/4) Weight: 64 g/m2 to 90 g/m2
Type: Plain, Recycled, Color (64 g/m2 to 80 g/m2), 3-hole punch
Paper type (Cassette 2) Weight: 64 g/m2 to 90 g/m2
Type: Plain, Recycled, Color (64 g/m2 to 80 g/m2), 3-hole punch,
Envelopes* (No.10 (COM10), ISO-B5, Monarch, ISO-C5, DL)
* The optional Envelope Feeder Attachment-D1 is required.

1-6
1
Product Overview > Specifications > Specifications
1 Product Overview > Specifications > Weight / Size
1-7
Item Specifications Weight / Size
Dimensions (W x D x H) imageRUNNER 2530i/2530/2525i/2525:
565mm x 680mm x 806mm (with the platen cover) Product name Width Depth Height Weight
565mm x 693mm x 896mm (with the feeder)
(mm) (mm) (mm) Approx. (kg)
imageRUNNER 2520i/2520:
565mm × 680mm × 681mm (with the platen cover and single imageRUNNER 2530i/2530/2525i/2525 565 680 806 50.5
cassette) (with the platen cover) * with the single cassette
565mm × 693mm × 771mm (with the feeder and single imageRUNNER 2530i/2530/2525i/2525 565 693 896 77.5
cassette) (with the feeder) * with the double cassette
565mm × 680mm × 806mm (with the platen cover and double and 2 way unit
cassette) imageRUNNER 2520i/2520 565 680 681 50.5
565mm × 693mm × 896mm (with the feeder and double (with the platen cover) * with the single cassette
cassette)
imageRUNNER 2520i/2520 565 693 771 77.5
Weight Max (with the feeder, double cassette and 2 way unit): * with the double cassette
(with the feeder)
Approx. 77.5 kg and 2 way unit
Min with the platen cover and single cassette):
DADF-AB1 565 544 126 7
Approx. 50.5 kg
Inner Finisher-B1 416 554 350 12.5
T-1-5
2 Way Unit-B1 444 550 236 2.5
Cassette Module-W1 565 680 97 12.8
CST. Feeding Unit-AE1 565 680 248 24
Inner 2Way Tray-G1 426 413 109 0.6
Card Reader-E1 88 100 32 0.295
T-1-6

1-7
1
Product Overview > Specifications > Weight / Size
1 Product Overview > Specifications > Paper type > Pickup
1-8
Productivity (Print speed) Paper type
Size Mode Paper Paper imageRUNNER For free size paper, refer to the table below.
type basis 2530i/2530 2525i/2525 2520i/2520 Type Feeding direction (mm) Width direction (mm)
weight Cassette Manual Cassette Manual Cassette Manual Free size 148 to 432 99 to 297
(g/m2) feed feed feed T-1-8
pickup pickup pickup
tray tray tray
■■Pickup
A4 1-sided Plain 64-90 30 30 25 25 20 20 Usable paper types are shown.
paper
Heavy 91-105 - 25 - 25 - 20 Paper type Size Manual Cassette Cassette 2 Cassette Cassette
Paper 106-128 - 7 - 7 - 7 (g/m2) feed 1 with the without 3 4
2-sided Plain 64-90 28 28 23 23 18 18 pickup envelope the
(with the 2 paper tray feeder envelope
way unit) Heavy 91-105 - - - - - - feeder
Paper 106-128 - - - - - - - Plain (64 to 90)
A4, A4R, A3,
2-sided Plain 64-90 19 19 16 16 13 13 - Color (64 to 90)
A5R, B4, B5,
(without paper
- Recycled (64 toB5R, LTR,
the 2 way Heavy 91-105 - - - - - - Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes
Paper 90) LTTR, LGL,
106-128 - - - - - -
unit) - Bond (75 to 90)11" x 17",
A3 1-sided Plain 64-90 15 15 15 15 15 15 STMTR
paper
- Heavy Paper A4, A4R, A3,
Heavy 91-105 - 12 - 12 - 12
Paper (91 to 128)" A5R, B4, B5,
106-128 - 6 - 6 - 6
2-sided Plain 64-90 14 14 14 14 14 14 B5R, LTR,
Yes No No No No No
(with the 2 paper LTTR, LGL,
way unit) Heavy 91-105 - - - - - - 11" x 17",
Paper 106-128 - - - - - - STMTR
2-sided Plain 64-90 9 9 9 9 9 9 - Labels A4, B4, LTR Yes No No No No No
(without paper - Transparencies A4, LTR Yes No No No No No
the 2 way Heavy 91-105 - - - - - - - 3-hole punch LTR Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Paper 106-128 - - - - - -
unit) - Envelopes No.10
T-1-7 (COM10),
ISO-B5, Yes No Yes No No No
Monarch,
ISO-C5, DL
- Free size 99 mm x 297
mm to 148
Yes No No No No No
mm x 432
mm
T-1-9

1-8
1
Product Overview > Specifications > Paper type > Pickup
1 Product Overview > Name of Parts > External View
1-9

Name of Parts [1] Reader left cover [15] Rear left cover
[2] DADF (standard or optional) [16] Toner supply cover
[3] Reader front cover [17] Reader right cover
External View [4] Control panel [18] Platen glass
[5] Support cover [19] Reader rear cover
[2] [6] Delivery tray [20] Rear cover (right)
[3]
[17] [18] [7] Front cover [21] Rear cover (left)
[1] [4] [19] [8] Cassette 1 [22] Right cover (upper rear)
[9] Cassette 2 (standard or optional) [23] Right cover (lower rear)
[10] Cassette 3 (option) [24] Manual feed pickup tray
[21] [11] Cassette 4 (option) [25] Right cover
[5] [25] [12] Lower left cover [26] Lower rear cover
[6] [20] [13] Left cover [27] Cassette 2 rear cover
[16]
[14] Inside base cover [28] Main power switch
[15] [7]
[8]
[9]
[14] [10]
[13] [11]
[24] [26]
[12] [27]
[22]
[28] [23]

F-1-6

1-9
1
Product Overview > Name of Parts > External View
1 Product Overview > Name of Parts > Cross Sectional View (550-sheet 1st cassete model)
1-10
Cross Sectional View (550-sheet 1st cassete model) [1] CIS unit [16] Registration roller
[2] ADF reading glass [17] Manual feed pickup roller
[3] Platen glass [18] Pickup roller (cassette 1)
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]
[4] Toner bottle [19] Vertical path roller 1
[5] Drum unit [20] Feed roller (cassette 1)
[6] Drum cleaning unit [21] Separation roller (cassette 1)
[8] [7] Delivery roller [22] Vertical path roller 2
[8] 2 way unit [23] Feed roller (cassette 2)
[9] Fixing outlet roller [24] Separation roller (cassette 2)
[10] Fixing film unit [25] Pickup roller (cassette 2)
[11] Pressure roller [26] Primary charging roller
[12] Duplex feed roller 1 [27] Developing unit
[9] [13] Photosensitive drum [28] Sub hopper
[14] Duplex feed roller 2 [29] Laser scanner unit
[15] Transfer roller

[10]

[11]
[12]

[13]
[14]

[15]

[16]
[17]

[18]
[19]
[20]
[21]

[22]

[23]

[24]
[25]

[29] [28] [27] [26]

F-1-7

1-10
1
Product Overview > Name of Parts > Cross Sectional View (550-sheet 1st cassete model)
1 Product Overview > Name of Parts > Cross Sectional View (250-sheet 1st cassette model)
1-11
Cross Sectional View (250-sheet 1st cassette model) [1] CIS unit [15] Transfer roller
[2] ADF reading glass [16] Registration roller
[3] Platen glass [17] Manual feed pickup roller
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]
[4] Toner bottle [18] Pickup roller (cassette 1)
[5] Drum unit [19] Vertical path roller 1
[6] Drum cleaning unit [20] Vertical path roller 2
[8] [7] Delivery roller [21] Feed roller (cassette 2)
[8] 2 way unit [22] Separation roller (cassette 2)
[9] Fixing outlet roller [23] Pickup roller (cassette 2)
[10] Fixing film unit [24] Primary charging roller
[11] Pressure roller [25] Developing unit
[12] Duplex feed roller 1 [26] Sub hopper
[9] [13] Photosensitive drum [27] Laser scanner unit
[14] Duplex feed roller 2

[10]

[11]
[12]

[13]
[14]

[15]

[16]
[17]

[19]
[18]

[20]

[21]

[22]
[23]

[27] [26] [25] [24]

F-1-8

1-11
1
Product Overview > Name of Parts > Cross Sectional View (250-sheet 1st cassette model)
1 Product Overview > Name of Parts > Operation > Description of Control Panel
1-12
Operation ■■Description of Control Panel
■■Power Switch ●● Control Panel
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5]
●● Types of power switch
Control panel power switch
[6]
[7]

[8]
[9]
[10]
[11]
Main power switch

[12]
[13]
[14]
[18] [17] [16] [15]
F-1-10

[1] Touch panel display [10] Stop key


[2] Display Contrast dial [11] Start key
[3] COPY key [12] Main Power Indicator
[4] SEND key [13] Error Indicator
F-1-9
[5] SCAN/OPTIONS key [14] Processing/Data Indicator
This machine is equipped with the Main Power Switch and Control Panel Power Switch. [6] Control Panel Power Switch (Sub [15] Clear key
Power Supply)
[1] Main Power Switch [7] Additional Function key [16] Log in/Out key
This switch is used to turn OFF / ON the power of host machine. [8] Volume Control key [17] Numeric keys
[9] Counter Check key [18] Reset key

[2] Control Panel Power Switch


This switch is to shift the machine to power-save mode or to restore it to normal mode.

●● How to turn ON / OFF the power and points to note


- To turn off the power, turn off the Main power Switch. (Conventional shutdown sequence
operation is not required.)
- After power-off (After the Main power Switch is turned off), do not reactivate the Main
power Switch until a screen disappears.
- do not turn off the power while download is processing.

1-12
1
Product Overview > Name of Parts > Operation > Description of Control Panel
1 Product Overview > Name of Parts > Operation > Description of Control Panel
1-13
●● Main Menu ●● Difference of Settings / Registration menu
Functions Key Location imageRUNNER 2030/2025/2022/2018 Series imageRUNNER 2530/2525/2520 Series
Copy COPY key Common Settings Common Settings
Send or Fax SEND key Control Panel Timer Settings Timer Settings
Remote Scan SCAN/OPTIONS key Adjustment/Cleaning Adjustment/Cleaning
System Monitor [System Monitor] Touch Panel Display Report Settings Report Settings
T-1-10 System Settings System Settings
* The Send function is available only when the Color Send Kit-Y1 is activated.
Copy Settings Copy Settings
* The Fax function is available only when the Super G3 Fax Board-AG1 is activated.
Communications Settings Communications Settings
Printer Settings Printer Settings
●● Difference of main menu Address Book Settings Address Book Settings
T-1-12
imageRUNNER 2030/2025/2022/2018 Series imageRUNNER 2530/2525/2520 Series
Copy Copy
Send or Fax Send or Fax
Scan Scan or Direct print
System Monitor System Monitor
T-1-11

●● Settings / Registration menu

[6]
[1]
[7]
[2]
[8]
[3]
[9]
[4]

[5]

F-1-11

[1] Common Settings [6] Copy Settings


[2] Timer Settings [7] Communications Settings
[3] Adjustment/Cleaning [8] Printer Settings
[4] Report Settings [9] Address Book Settings
[5] System Settings

1-13
1
Product Overview > Name of Parts > Operation > Description of Control Panel
2 Technology

■Basic

Configuration
■Original Expusure System

■Controller System

■Laser Exposure System

■Image Formation System

■Fixing System

■Pickup Feed System

■E-RDS

2
Technology
2 Technology > Basic Configuration > Functional Configuration > Basic sequence
2-2

Basic Configuration
■■Basic sequence
Functional Configuration ●● Sequence at Power-On
• Reader
The machine may broadly be divided into the following functional system blocks; document
exposure system block, controller system block, laser exposure system block, image
Main power switch
formation system block, fixing system block and pickup/feed system block. ON

SREADY STBY

Scanner motor Backwarding

Document exposure system Forwarding


LED
Reader relay PCB CIS Exposure lamp
CIS HP sensor

Shading Shading
Controller system position position

Option Main Duplexing F-2-2


Delivery
board controller feed ●● Print sequence
Fixing • Reader (Book mode, 1 original)
DC system
controller Fixing
Laser exposure system Black shading/White shading
Start key
ON
Laser scanner unit Transfer
STBY SCFW SCRW STBY
Backwarding Forwarding Backwarding
Scanner motor
Image
formation LED Light-ON
Forwarding

system Pickup
CIS HP sensor ON ON

Pickup/feed Shading Leading edge Trailing edge


Cassette 1 Shading
system position of original of original position

F-2-3

Flow of paper Cassette 2


Flow of signal
Laser beam
F-2-1

2-2
2
Technology > Basic Configuration > Functional Configuration > Basic sequence
2 Technology > Original Exposure System > Construction > Major Components
2-3

Original Exposure System ■■Major Components


Following shows major components of document exposure system.
Construction
S36(2A)
■■Specifications/controls/functions S36(2B) M31
S37
The major specifications, controls and functions of the original exposure system are described
below. PCB2 H5

Item Specification/function
Original exposure LED S34
S33
Original scan In book mode Original scan is performed by moving the contact image sensor
(CIS).
In ADF mode Original stream reading is performed with the contact image
sensor
(CIS) fixed.
Read resolution B/W: 600 dpi (main scanning) x 600 dpi (sub scanning) S32
(Color SEND): 300 dpi (sub scanning)
Gradation 256 gradation H5 S35
Carriage position detection Contact image sensor (CIS) HP sensor (S31)
S31
Magnification 25% to 200%
Main scanning Image is processed on main controller PCB
direction CIS
Sub scanning In book mode: speed change by carriage travel, image process F-2-4
direction on main controller PCB *1
In ADF mode: original feed speed change, image process on Item Notation Specification/function
main controller PCB *1 Scanner motor M31 Pulse motor: controls the carriage drive
Lens Rod lens array CIS HP sensor S31 Detects CIS home position
CMOS sensor Number of lines:1 Copyboard Cover Open/Closed S32 Ends original size identification with the copy board
Number of pixels: Total 7488 (incl. 7276 effective pixels) Sensor 0 cover at 5 deg
Maximum original scan width: 297mm Copyboard Cover Open/Closed S33 Detects the copyboard cover open/close. Starts
CIS drive control Drive control by reader motor (M31) Sensor 1 original size identification with the copy board cover
at 30 deg.
Original size In book mode Main scanning direction: by reflection sensor (AB/INCH)
Original Size Sensor 0 S34 Helps identify original size (AB, INCH/AB/K, INCH/A)
detection
Sub scanning direction: by reflection sensor (AB/INCH) Original Size Sensor 1 S35 Helps identify original size (AB, INCH/AB/K, A)
Original Size Sensor 2A S36 Helps identify original size (AB, INCH/AB/K, A)
In ADF mode Main scanning direction: by photo interrupter on DADF
Original Size Sensor 2B S36 Helps identify original size (INCH/A)
Sub scanning direction: by photo interrupter on DADF
Original Size Sensor 3 S37 Helps identify original size (AB, INCH/AB/K, INCH/A,
*1 Controls differ depending on magnifications. Refer to [Magnifications] for more information.
T-2-1 A)
CIS unit - Indirect exposure by LED (LED & photoconductive
body)
Reader Heater H5 Prevents condensation on the copyboard glass
Reader relay PCB PCB2 Controls the reader unit drive and image process
T-2-2

2-3
2
Technology > Original Exposure System > Construction > Major Components
2 Technology > Original Exposure System > Construction > Reader relay PCB
2-4
■■Reader relay PCB
The function configuration of reader relay PCB is described below.

J554 J553 J552 J551

J561 J562
J555 J560 J559

IC2 IC7

J558

J556 J563 J557

F-2-5

Jack No Description
J551 Receives power from the machine (printer unit)
J552 Communication with main controller PCB
J553 Communication with main controller PCB
J554 Communication with main controller PCB
J555 Connection to copyboard cover open/close sensor
J556 Connected to the contact image sensor (CIS) HP sensor.
J557 Connection to original size sensor (2A/2B/3)
J558 Connected to the contact image sensor (CIS) sensor.
J559 Connection to Scanner motor
J560 Power supply to DADF
J561 Communication with DADF
J562 Communication with DADF
J563 Connection to original size sensor (0/1)
T-2-3

2-4
2
Technology > Original Exposure System > Construction > Reader relay PCB
2 Technology > Original Exposure System > Basic Sequence > Basic Sequence at Start Key ON (book mode/1 original)
2-5
Basic Sequence ■■Basic Sequence at Start Key ON (book mode/1 original)
Black shading/White shading
■■Basic Sequence at Power-On Start key
ON
Main power switch
ON STBY SCFW SCRW STBY
Scanner motor
SREADY STBY (M31)
Scanner motor LED
(M31)
LED CISHP sensor
(S31)
CISHP sensor
(S31) Shading Leading edge Trailing edge Shading
position of original of original position
Shading Shading
position position : Forward movement
: Backward movement
: Forward movement
: Backward movement F-2-8

F-2-6

CISHP
sensor
CISHP
sensor
Original glass reading Shading Leading edge Trailing edge
start position HP position of original of original
Shading Leading edge
HP position of original

1. Moves to the start position


after black shading/white shading.
1. CIS position check

2. Original scan
3. Moves to the standby position

F-2-7 F-2-9

2-5
2
Technology > Original Exposure System > Basic Sequence > Basic Sequence at Start Key ON (book mode/1 original)
2 Technology > Original Exposure System > Basic Sequence > Basic Sequence at Start Key ON (ADF mode/1 original)
2-6
■■Basic Sequence at Start Key ON (ADF mode/1 original)
Black shading/White shading
Start key
ON

STBY SCRW SCFW STBY


Scanner motor
(M31)
LED

CISHP sensor
(S31)
Shading Stream reading Trailing edge Shading
position position of original position
: Forward movement
: Backward movement

F-2-10

CS HP
sensor

Original glass
Stream reading reading start Shading
start position position HP position

1. Black shading/
White shading/
Original scan

F-2-11

2-6
2
Technology > Original Exposure System > Basic Sequence > Basic Sequence at Start Key ON (ADF mode/1 original)
2 Technology > Original Exposure System > Controls > Controlling the Scanner Drive System
2-7
Controls ●● Scanner Motor Control
Scanner motor driver turns on/off the motor and controls its direction/speed of rotation
■■Controlling the Scanner Drive System according to the signals from CPU.

●● Overview
Parts configuration of scanner drive is described below. Reader relay PCB
5V +5V +24V
Scanner motor (M31)

Reader relay PCB RTP3APWN J559


(PCB2) B*
Carriage drive belt RTP3BPWN 1
Motor B
IC2 RTP3A 2
driver A M31
RTP3B 3
Original glass A*
MO_ACTIVE 4
cover open/close
sensor (rear) (S33)

Sensor
shading
plate F-2-13
Forward
movement MEMO:
The scan speed of this machine is as follows:
Copy (100%): 123 mm/sec
Color send (300 dpi x 300 dpi): 123 mm/sec or 61.5 mm/sec

Backward
movement
Original glass
cover open/close Carriage
sensor (front) (S32)

Contact image
CISHP sensor (S31) sensor (CIS)

Guide shaft
F-2-12
- Scanner motor (M31) drive signal
Turns on/off the motor and controls its direction/speed of rotation.
- Contact image sensor (CIS) HP sensor (S31) signal
Detects that the contact image sensor (CIS) is at the home position.
-C
 opyboard cover open/closed sensor (front: S32/rear: S33) detection signal
Detects the open/close status of the copyboard cover

2-7
2
Technology > Original Exposure System > Controls > Controlling the Scanner Drive System
2 Technology > Original Exposure System > Controls > Contact Image Sensor (CIS)
2-8
1) Forward Movement during Image Scan ■■Contact Image Sensor (CIS)
During image scan, operation of the contact image sensor (CIS) is controlled by controlling
the motor as shown below. ●● Outline
The original is exposed to light and read using the contact image sensor (CIS) to read the
Start Leading edge Trailing edge
position of original Stop image on a line-by-line basis.
of original

Acceleration Constant speed Deceleration Image read line

Light guide
LED (R/G/B)
Movement
speed

[1] [2] [3] [4]

Movement distance
[1] Acceleration area: The motor accelerates to the speed specified for each mode. Original glass
[2] Runup area: A margin to stabilize the speed.
[3] Image read area: The image is read at a constant speed.
[4] Deceleration area: Upon detection of the trailing edge, the motor decelerates rapidly and stops.
2) Backward Movement after Image Scan F-2-14
Rod lens array
Scan direction
After image scan, the carriage moves back to the contact image sensor (CIS) shading
position at the constant speed (123 mm/sec). LED (R/G/B)

CMOS sensor array


Light guide Rod lens array Light guide

LED

CCD

F-2-15
Component Function
LED Illuminates the original.
Light guide Illuminates the entire image line with the LED light.
Rod lens array Collects the light reflected by the original.
CMOS sensor array Receives the light that passed through the rod lens array.
T-2-4

2-8
2
Technology > Original Exposure System > Controls > Contact Image Sensor (CIS)
2 Technology > Original Exposure System > Controls > Enlargement/Reduction
2-9
●● Analog Control Performed by the CIS ■■Enlargement/Reduction
The flow of analog image processing performed by the contact image sensor (CIS) is as
●● Magnification Change in Vertical Scan Direction
follows:
In the Book mode or when the ADF is used
In the vertical scan direction, the image is read at 100%. Magnification is changed by
a. The light reflected by the original is collected by the rod lens array.
processing data on the main controller PCB.
b. The light is received by the CMOS sensor array.
c. The CMOS sensor array converts the received light to an electric signal and outputs it.
●● Magnification Change in Horizontal Scan Direction
The CMOS sensor array consists of four channels (units). In the horizontal scan direction, magnification is changed as follows depending on the
Each channel is provided with an output correction table to output an image signal after selected magnification rate:
performing gain correction for the input brightness signal. 1) When magnification is reduced to 50-99%
a. In the Book mode
Data is processed on the main controller PCB with the original scan speed held at 61.5
mm/sec or 123 mm/sec.
1
b. When the ADF is used
The original feed speed is changed within the range of 61.5 mm/sec or 123 mm/sec to 246
l s
xe
pi

mm/sec depending on the selected magnification rate. Data is not processed on the main
88

2
74

controller PCB.
t
ui
rc
ci
er

CMOS sesor channel x 4


riv

3
D
ls
xe

2) When magnification is increased to 100-200%


pi
72
18

The original scan speed (in the Book mode)/original feed speed (when the ADF is used) is
4 changed within the range of 123 mm/sec to 61.5 mm/sec depending on the
selected magnification rate. Data is not processed on the main controller PCB.

F-2-16

2-9
2
Technology > Original Exposure System > Controls > Enlargement/Reduction
2 Technology > Original Exposure System > Controls > Detecting the Size of Originals
2-10
■■Detecting the Size of Originals AB-Configration
Horizontal scan direction
●● Overview
Upper left corner
The original size is identified by the combination of presence and absence of output levels of of original Index plate

the reflection type sensors as summarized in the tables below.


- Absence of paper: The light reflected from the reflection type sensor changes when the Original sensor 3

Vertical scan direction


copyboard cover is open/close. Original sensor 2A

- Presence of paper: The light reflected from the reflection type sensor does not change when
the copyboard cover is open/close.
This machine is provided with the following sensors. Locations of the sensors are shown B5R
below. A4R
Original sensor 0
- Vertical scan direction: Reflection type photo sensors (2 locations for AB; 1 location for Inch) B5 B4
- Horizontal scan direction: Reflection type photo sensors (2 locations for AB; 2 locations for Original sensor 1 A4 A3
Inch)

Inch-Configration
Horizontal scan direction
Upper left corner
of original 指標板

Original sensor 3

Vertical scan direction


Original sensor 2B

STMT-R

LTR-R LGL
Original sensor 0
LTR 11"×17"

F-2-17

2-10
2
Technology > Original Exposure System > Controls > Detecting the Size of Originals
2 Technology > Original Exposure System > Controls > Detecting the Size of Originals
2-11
●● Outline of Original Size Detection 4) The copyboard cover is closed (at an angle of more than 5 deg but less than 30 deg)
- In the BOOK mode Original sensor: Turns on and original size identification process 2 is performed.
One sheet of original (A4R) is set and the copyboard cover (or ADF ) is closed.
Original sensor 3
Original sensor 2A
1) Standby state
5° Original (A4R)
Original sensor: Turns off.
Original sensor 0
Original sensor 1
Original sensor 3
Original sensor 2A
Original sensor 2A/3 Original sensor 0/1
Copyboard cover
Copyboard glass F-2-21

Reader unit Original sensor 0 5) The original cover is closed (at an angle of 5 deg or less)
Original sensor 1 The original size is identified.
F-2-18 Original sensor: Turns off.
2) The copyboard cover opens (at an angle of more than 30 deg). In identifying the original size, the data obtained in the original size identification process 1
Original sensor: Turns off. is compared with the data obtained in the original size identification
process 2 to check whether these two pieces of data are identical.
Note that a wrong original size may be identified because the sensor output level does not
Original sensor 3
Original sensor 2A change in the following cases:
- When the original is A3-sized black
Original sensor 0 - When the original is a book (its thickness does not allow the copyboard cover to close
Original sensor 1 fully, making it difficult to detect the sensor level change).
F-2-19 - When the copyboard cover is not closed fully (the sensor level change is not detected
3) The copyboard cover is closed (at an angle of 30 deg). after lapse of the above time-out time)
Original sensor: Turns on and original size identification process 1 is performed.
Original sensor 3
Original sensor 2A
Original sensor 3
Original sensor 2A
Original (A4R)
30°
Original (A4R)
Original sensor 0
Original sensor 0 Original sensor 1
Original sensor 1 Change absent
Change present

Original sensor 2A/3 Original sensor 0/1 F-2-22

F-2-20

2-11
2
Technology > Original Exposure System > Controls > Detecting the Size of Originals
2 Technology > Original Exposure System > Controls > Dirt Sensor Control
2-12
Before original size identification processes 1 and 2 are performed, the original size is ■■Dirt Sensor Control
detected with original sensors as follows:
●● Overview
AB-Configration Inch-Configration
The machine changes the original read position or corrects the read image depending on the
Original Original Original Original Original Original Original Original Original presence/absence of dust on the stream reading glass or ADF platen
size sensor 0 sensor 1 sensor 2A sensor 3 size sensor 0 sensor 2B sensor 3
roller, thus preventing dust from showing up in the image. This control is performed only when
A3 11"X17" the ADF is used and it is closed.
A4 LTR

B4(8K)*1 LGL [Control Timing]


B5(16K)*1 LTR-R - At job end
A4R No original - Immediately before scanning (one sheet at a time)

B5R(16K)*1 Main power


switch Start key
No original ON
:No original ON
:Change absent

F-2-23 WMUPR STBY


1st 2nd
*1:For Chinese paper, the following sizes are detected: SCAN SCAN
8K:Equivalent to B4 size
16K:Equivalent to B5 size Dust detection control
Dust detection control
Dust detection control
F-2-24

2-12
2
Technology > Original Exposure System > Controls > Dirt Sensor Control
2 Technology > Original Exposure System > Controls > Dirt Sensor Control
2-13
[Description of Control] - Immediately before scanning (one sheet at a time)
- At job end (Dust detection) The contact image sensor (CIS) does not move to detect dust.
The contact image sensor (CIS) checks the light reflected by the ADF platen roller surface The original is read at the position determined at job end or start. If presence of dust is
at the read position for presence/absence of dust. detected there, the read image is corrected.
After completion of a job,dust detection is performed in the positions A, B and C without
concern of presence/absence of dust. Point Description
1) Dust detection is performed once at position A. A Read reference position
2) CIS moves to the position B and dust detection is performed once. B About 0.5 mm from the reference position to the inside of the roller
3) CIS moves to the position C and dust detection is performed once. C About 1.0 mm from the reference position to the inside of the roller
T-2-5

4-a) CIS moves to the position where there is no dust, with priority for the detecting
position; A>B>C.
4-b) If dust is detected at all points A, B, and C, move back to position A and the original is
scanned at position A.

A B C

F-2-25

2-13
2
Technology > Original Exposure System > Controls > Dirt Sensor Control
2 Technology > Original Exposure System > Controls > Image Processing
2-14
■■Image Processing Functions of the image processing system are summarized below.

●● Overview - Reader relay PCB:


Major specifications and functions of the image processing system are as follows: CMOS sensor drive, analog image processing, A/D, conversion, and shading correction

- CMOS (image sensor) Number of lines: 1 The reader relay PCB is used to process images on a line-by-line basis. Its major functions
Number of pixels: Total 7488 (incl. 7176 effective pixels) are as follows:
Pixel size: 32 x 46.9 um
1)Analog image processing
- Shading correction Shading correction: Made for each job.
Shading adjustment: Made in the Service mode. - CMOS sensor drive
- CMOS sensor output gain correction and offset correction
- CMOS sensor output A/D conversion
Contact image 2)Digital image processing
sensor (CIS) Reader relay PCB
- Shading correction
Analog image processor Digital image processor
CMOS
sensor
Analog
A/D Shading Controller Contact image sensor (CIS)
image
conversion processing
processing CMOS sensor (1 line)

F-2-26
Reader relay PCB

Analog image signal IC2


CMOS sensor
Gain CMOS sensor control signal
IC1 correction drive control
data
Serial
Analog image Target communication
processing value I/F
A/D RAM
- Gain correction Digital
- Offset correction conversion image J554
Digital image
signal signal
Shading correction
10 8

F-2-27

2-14
2
Technology > Original Exposure System > Controls > Image Processing
2 Technology > Original Exposure System > Controls > Image Processing
2-15
●● CMOS Sensor Drive ●● Shading Correction (Outline)
The CMOS sensor used in this machine is a 1-line linear image sensor consisting of 7488 The CMOS sensor outputs are necessary even for the following reasons even when the
photocells. After completion of photoelectric conversion in the lightreceiving block, the signals density of the original is uniform:
are output to the AP circuit in the reader relay PCB in parallel for each channel (total four (1) Variation in sensitivity among CMOS sensor pixels
channels) of the CMOS sensor array. (2) Variation in light intensity of rod lens array
The machine performs shading correction to even out the CMOS sensor output.
There are two types of shading correction: shading adjustment performed in the Service
mode and shading correction performed for each job.
CMOS sensor 4 CMOS sensor 3 CMOS sensor 1

●● Shading Adjustment
The machine measures the density of the standard white plate, and stores the measured
density data. It then processes the stored data to use it as the target value for shading
correction.

●● Shading Correction
Light receiving block The machine performs shading correction for each scan. It measures the density of the
standard white plate, and compares the measured value with the target value stored in the
shading correction circuit to use the difference between the two as the shading correction
output value. The machine uses this shading correction value to correct the variation among CMOS
L L H H L H L H H H L ……… sensor pixels when scanning the original, thus evening out the image density level.
●● CMOS Sensor Output Gain Correction and Offset Correction
F-2-28

The analog video signals output from the CMOS sensor are corrected so that they will have CMOS
a specific gain level (gain correction), and the output voltages generated in the absence sensor Characteristics
output after correction
of incident light are also corrected so that they it will have a specific offset level (offset
correction). Target Characteristics
value before correction
Measurement
●● CMOS Sensor Output A/D Conversion value
After completion of the above corrections, the analog video signals are converted to digital
signals corresponding to individual pixel voltage levels by the A/D converter.
White
Original density
Standard white plate
F-2-29

2-15
2
Technology > Original Exposure System > Controls > Image Processing
2 Technology > Original Exposure System > Service Operations > Service precautions
2-16
Service Operations
■■Action to take when replacing parts
Part name Action Reference
Contact image sensor • CIS white level automatic adjustment Refer to page
(CIS) • Platen board cover white level automatic adjustment 5-3
• ADF white level adjustment (This action is applicable
only when the DFDA is installed in the host machine.)
Platen glass • White plate data adjustment Refer to page
• Platen board cover white level automatic adjustment 5-3
• ADF white level adjustment (This action is applicable
only when the DFDA is installed in the host machine.)
Stream reading glass • Platen board cover white level automatic adjustment Refer to page
• ADF white level adjustment 5-4
T-2-6

■■Consumables
None.

■■Service precautions
None.

2-16
2
Technology > Original Exposure System > Service Operations > Service precautions
2 Technology > Controller System > Overview > Functional Configuration
2-17

Controller System Item Details


Main controller PCB System control/memory control/printer unit output image
processing control, reader unit input image processing, card
Overview reader interface, image processing for FAX, USB extension hub
interface
Image memory Temporary saving of image data.
■■Functional Configuration Capacity: 256MB (maximum 512 MB )
(SO-DIMM)
Flash ROM Stores system software.
Boot ROM: 16 MB
Program ROM: 128 MB

SRAM Stores user data / service data information


USB port USB2.0 device I/F, USB2.0 host I/F
Ethernet port Ethernet I/F
Main controller PCB
SD card slot SD I/F
Secondary battery Installed only in the machine supporting the FAX or the SEND
SD card slot
function.
Secondary battery used for image backup in case of power
failure (It lasts one hour when charged for two hours.)
Ethernet port
T-2-7

USB port(D)
USB port(H)

Image memory
(SO-DIMM)
Secondary battery

F-2-30

2-17
2
Technology > Controller System > Overview > Functional Configuration
2 Technology > Controller System > Overview > Functional Configuration
2-18
●● Main controller PCB Connector No. Function
J8140 Serial interface connector
J8142 Laser scanner unit connector
J309 J8109 J8143 Laser scanner unit connector
J306
J8146 Pseudo CI connector
J8110
J8147 NCU board connector
J8151
J8148 Modem board connector
J8149 Speaker connector
J8114 J8111
USB (Host) connector
J8150
USB hub kit connection
J8106 J8104 J8151 Reader connector
Lithium battery for RTC
BAT1
J8142 Life: About 10 years
BAT1 J8150 Used to turn off the power when replacing the SO-
SW3 SW3
DIMM.
J8143 J8118 T-2-8

J8140
J8112 J8148 J8115
J8124

J8146 J8147 J8119

J8116 J8134 J8125 J8127 J8149 J8117


F-2-31

Connector No. Function


J309 Reader connector
J8104 USB port (device)
J8106 SO-DIMM slot
J8109 ROM board slot (for market-related measures)
J8110 SD card connector
J8111 LAN connector
J8112 DC controller PCB connector
J8114 Control panel connector
J8115 SOFT counter board connector
J8116 SOFT ID board connector
J8117 Control card connector
J8118 Serial interface connector
J8119 Card reader connector
J8124 Secondary battery unit connector
J8125 Power supply connector
J8127 NCU board connector
J8134 Pseudo CI connector

2-18
2
Technology > Controller System > Overview > Functional Configuration
2 Technology > Controller System > Controls > Construction of the Image Processing Module
2-19
Controls ■■Construction of the Image Processing Module
■■Flow of Image Data
Other iR machine
DC controller PCB
Original Reader relay PCB

A Reader unit input


Main controller PCB

Copy Scan image processing block


Printer unit output image
Processes the image data processing block
read by the reader unit.
- SEND Processes image data for

A A - FAX
- PullScan
- E-Mail
output to the printer unit.

Print output Image data - PDL Print


SO-DIMM
- image memory
- program (temporary storage)

PC
F-2-32 F-2-33

2-19
2
Technology > Controller System > Controls > Construction of the Image Processing Module
2 Technology > Controller System > Controls > Compressio/ Extesion/ Editing Block
2-20
■■Reader Unit Input Image Processing ■■Compressio/ Extesion/ Editing Block
Main controller PCB
Reader unit
Reader image PDL image
Main controller PCB processing block processing block

Enlargement/reduction SO-DIMM

Enlargement/ Compression
reduction
Edge emphasis

Rotation Expansion

-intensify-to-density conversion
-density adjustment (F adjustment) Integration
-gamma correction

Binary processing (error diffusion)


to printer unit output image processing block

F-2-35
To compression/expansion/editing block

F-2-34

2-20
2
Technology > Controller System > Controls > Compressio/ Extesion/ Editing Block
2 Technology > Controller System > Controls > Flow of Image Data According to Copy Functions
2-21
■■Printer unit Output Image Processing ■■Flow of Image Data According to Copy Functions
Main controller PCB
Reader unit
Compression/expansion/editing block
Main controller PCB

Binary density conversion Image processing block for reader unit

Enlargement/reduction SO-DIMM

Data rotation
Smoothing
Data compression

Data expansion
To DC controller PCB
F-2-36

Image processing block for printer unit

DC controller PCB

F-2-37

2-21
2
Technology > Controller System > Controls > Flow of Image Data According to Copy Functions
2 Technology > Controller System > Controls > Flow of Image Data for the Fax Transmission
2-22
■■Flow of Image Data for the SEND Function ■■Flow of Image Data for the Fax Transmission

Reader unit Reader unit

Main controller PCB Main controller PCB

Image processing block for reader unit Image processing block for reader unit

SO-DIMM SO-DIMM

Data expansion Data compression

USB2.0
Data rotation Data rotation

Resolution conversion Data expansion

Ethernet port
Image processing block for FAX

(compression data)

To network
F-2-38
Super G3 Fax Board

F-2-39

2-22
2
Technology > Controller System > Controls > Flow of Image Data for the Fax Transmission
2 Technology > Controller System > Controls > Flow of Image Data for the PDL Function
2-23
■■Flow of Image Data for the Fax Reception Function ■■Flow of Image Data for the PDL Function
Ethernet
Super G3 Fax Board

Main controller PCB


Main controller PCB

PDL Rendering processing block


Image processing block for fax
SO-DIMM

SO-DIMM
Compression/expansion
Data rotation /editing block

Data compression

Processing block for printer unit


Data expansion

Image processing block for printer unit DC controller PCB

F-2-41

DC controller PCB

F-2-40

2-23
2
Technology > Controller System > Controls > Flow of Image Data for the PDL Function
2 Technology > Controller System > Controls > Fan
2-24
■■Software counter No. Name Function Error code
E805-0000
The timing at which the count is incremented differs depending on the following: FAN3 Exhaust fan (rear) Cools the fixing unit.
E805-0001
- Printing mode (single-sided/double sided (2nd side) or double sided (1st side))
E805-0002
- Target of delivery (inner finisher) FAN4 Exhaust fan (front) Cools the fixing unit.
E805-0003
Print mode E804-0000
FAN6 Power supply cooling fan Cools the power supply.
Single-sided/Double- E804-0001
Target of delivery Double-sided (1st side)
sided (2nd side) T-2-10
Count-up timing
1st delivery tray No.1 delivery sensor (S12) WUP STBY INI PTINT LSTR STBY
Host machine Duplex feed sensor (S7) Exhaust fan (rear)
2nd delivery tray No. 2 delivery sensor (S42)
(FAN3)
Inner finisher Inner finisher inlet sensor (S1) Exhaust fan (front)
T-2-9 (FAN4)
*1
■■Fan Power supply cooling fan 60sec
(FAN6)N6)
●● Overview
:Full-speed : 1/2-speed
Fan layout
*1:The fan operates at 1/2 speed only when the machine enters the standby mode after F-2-43

running for more than 8 minutes for fixing.

FAN3

FAN4

FAN6

F-2-42

2-24
2
Technology > Controller System > Controls > Fan
2 Technology > Controller System > Controls > Power supply
2-25
■■Power supply
●● Internal power supply

ADF

+24VR
+3.3V
+3.3V
Reader +24VR
USB HUB Kit +24VR CIS
relay PCB
+24VU
Interlock
switch (SW2) +24VR

+24VR

+3.3V
+5VC
+12VR
Power +24VR +24VR +5VC Modem PCB
supply PCB +5VR +12VR +24VR
Regulator VH PCB
Main SW +5VC
+3.3V +5VC
Main controller PCB +3.3V

+24VR
+5VR
+5VC
DC controller PCB
+24VR Laser scanner
Drum heater +24V
unit
Low-voltage
+24VR
Heater power supply +24VR
Reader heater +24VU
PCB circuit +5VR
+5VR +5VR No.2 deleivery
Cassette heater +5Vcircuit +3.3V unit
+3.3V
Regulator
+24Vcircuit +24VR
Cassette
+5VR pedestal
Fixing heater
+24VU
+3.3V HVT PCB

Option +24VS Inner finisher


power supply
PCB

Option
F-2-44

2-25
2
Technology > Controller System > Controls > Power supply
2 Technology > Controller System > Controls > Power supply
2-26
●● Connection to Options ●● Energy-saving
Reader/ADF
- Press of energy-saving key - Detection of off-hook - 10 seconds after
- Detection of off-hook - Occurrence of job completion of job or
- Occurrence of service call - Occurrence of service call network communication

Inner finisher
Energy-saving
mode
noi Standby
tcnuF Sleep 1 Sleep 2

Wiring inside mode


the machine
Press of power switch
on control panel
2-cassette pedestal

- Network, alarm, FAX reception


F-2-45 - Press of energy-saving key - Lapse of 2 minute - Press of power switch on
The inner finisher is connected to the 2-cassette pedestal with the connectors inside the - Lapse of auto sleep time after completion of job control panel
covers.
It is connected to the ADF with a cable outside the machine.
Standby mode
The machine is operating or ready to start operating with all power supplies provided.

Energy-saving mode
Only the LCD backlight for the control panel is turned off. The machine enters this mode
when auto sleep timer is activated in the user mode or the energy-saving key is pressed.

Sleep 1
The controller is powered but the engine is not powered.

Sleep 2
The controller is not powered.
The sleep 2 mode is transitioned to the sleep 1 mode when the following event occurs:
- Start of print job
- Press of power switch on control panel
- FAX reception

2-26
2
Technology > Controller System > Controls > Power supply
2 Technology > Controller System > Service Operations > Service precautions
2-27
●● Heater operating condition Service Operations
Cassette Reader Drum
heater heater heater ■■Action to take when replacing parts
Turning on the Standby mode ON OFF ON Part name Action Reference
environment heater Printing ON OFF OFF
Secondary battery The secondary battery is powered even after the p. 4-48
switch Turning off the main power switch ON ON ON main power switch is turned off.
SO-DIMM
Sleep mode ON ON ON 1) Press the SW3 on the main controller.
2) The LED10 on the main controller goes out.
T-2-11
3) Now, you can replace parts.
Main controller PCB Print the set/loaded data. p. 4-44
Install the parts (removed from the old PCB) on the
new PCB. Set/load data again.

T-2-12

■■Consumables
None.

■■Service precautions
None.

2-27
2
Technology > Controller System > Service Operations > Service precautions
2 Technology > Laser Exposure System > Construction > Main Configuration Parts
2-28

Laser Exposure System ■■Main Configuration Parts

Construction [1] [3]

■■Specifications/Controls/Functions
●● Laser light
The number of laser light 2
Output 5mW
Wave length 785nm - 800nm (Infrared laser)
T-2-13

●● Scanner motor
Motor type DC brushless motor
The number of rotation Approx 32000rpm (1-speed control)
Type of bearing Oil
T-2-14

●● Polygon mirror
[2] [4]
The number of face 6 (Φ40)
F-2-46
T-2-15
Name Function
●● Controls [1] Laser Unit Emits laser
Synchronous control Main scanning direction synchronous control [2] Polygon mirror Scans the laser light in the main scanning direction
Laser intensity control APC control [3] BD mirror Reflects the laser light in the BD PCB direction
Others Laser ON/OFF control [4] BD PCB Generates the BD signa
Laser scanner motor control T-2-17
Laser shutter control
T-2-16

2-28
2
Technology > Laser Exposure System > Construction > Main Configuration Parts
2 Technology > Laser Exposure System > Construction > Control System Configuration
2-29
■■Control System Configuration Signal name Function
Image signal
Controls for the laser exposure system are mainly performed by the DC controller PCB and
DATA C+ C laser image data signal entry
image PCB. DATA C- C laser image data signal entry
DATA D+ D laser image data signal entry
Laser driver PCB
DATA D- D laser image data signal entry
J602 Laser control signal
J2 CTRL0-0 C/D laser control signal
CTRL0-1 C/D laser control signal
CTRL0-2 C/D laser control signal
Scanner motor control signal
POLYGON_M_FG* FG output signal
POLYGON_M_ACC* Motor speed-up signal
Scanner motor control signal

POLYGON_M_DEC* Motor speed-down signal


J601 BD signal
BD BD signal
T-2-18
Laser control signal

Image signal

J1

BD signal
BD PCB

Scanner motor PCB


J208
DC Controller PCB

Main Controller PCB

J8143 J8142

F-2-47

2-29
2
Technology > Laser Exposure System > Construction > Control System Configuration
2 Technology > Laser Exposure System > Basic Sequence > Basic Sequence
2-30
Basic Sequence
■■Basic Sequence
When the control panel power switch is turned on, the laser scanner starts to rotate; when the
motor rotationreaches its target revolution, the machine turns on the laser unit. Thereafter,
when the Start key is turned on, themachine generates the image request signal (PVREQ) on
the printer side, and turns on the laser beam withreference to the generated signal.

In the case of A4, 1 sheet

STBY INTR PRINT STBY

PVREQ

Laser C
BD detention/APC control ON BD
Laser C

BD detection/APC control ON

Laser D

APC control ON

*1: The BD signal is generated in reference to the light from laser C. The BD sensor of the BD PCB
receives light from laser C but not light from laser D.

F-2-48

2-30
2
Technology > Laser Exposure System > Basic Sequence > Basic Sequence
2 Technology > Laser Exposure System > Various Controls > Controlling the Laser Activation Timing
2-31
Various Controls ●● Main Scanning Synchronous Control
The synchronous control in the main scanning direction is performed in the synch circuit
■■Controlling the Laser Activation Timing based on the BD synchsignal.
Using the BD signal generated based on the light from laser C, the DC controller PCB
●● Laser ON/OFF Control
generates the BD synchsignal for laser C and the BD synch signal for laser D.
Laser ON/OFF control is dependent on the combination of the laser control signal (CNT1-0/1-
The image data written to line memory is read out by the readout enable signal (RE_C, RE_D)
1/1-2) from the image PCB.
generated basedon the BD synch signal (BD_C, BD_D) for output to the laser driver PCB.

Laser control signal Laser status


CNT1-2 CNT1-1 CNT1-0 C Laser D Laser
0 1 0 ON (For APC control) OFF
0 1 1 OFF OFF [6]
0 0 1 OFF ON (For APC control)
0 1 1 OFF OFF
1 1 1 Video signal entry arrowed Video signal entry arrowed
0 1 1 OFF OFF
0 0 1 OFF ON (For APC control)
0 1 1 OFF OFF
T-2-19

BD signal
J8143 J8142
CTRL0_2
CTRL0_1
CTRL0_0

BD_C
[1]
RE_C
[3]

J8142 BD_D [4]


[2]
RE_D
[3]
Main Controller PCB
[5]

F-2-49 Main Controller PCB

F-2-50

[1] Synchronous PCB [4] VDO


[2] Delay PCB [5] VDO signal process unit
[3] Line memory [6] Laser driver PCB
BD_C/D : BD synch signal
RE_C/D : readout enable signal

2-31
2
Technology > Laser Exposure System > Various Controls > Controlling the Laser Activation Timing
2 Technology > Laser Exposure System > Various Controls > Controlling the Laser Shutter
2-32

MEMO:
■■Controlling the Laser Shutter
Regarding BD signal formation
The BD sensor of the BD PCB receives light from laser C only, and is free of light from
●● Laser Shutter Control
laser D, i.e., the BDsignal is generated based on the light from laser C. When the right door opens, laser shutter will be closed by laser shutter link that works in
conjunction with the right door and the laser light is blocked. Also, whenthe front door or right
door open is detected, laser scanner motor and the laser emission will be turned OFF.
■■ Controlling the Intensity of Laser Light
●● APC Control [1]

The machine monitors the laser light that is emitted to the built-in photo diode of laser diode
and adjusts the laser to appropriate intensity.

■■Controlling the Laser Scanner Motor


●● Laser Scanner Motor Control
From when the laser scanner motor starts and the laser scanner motor reaches the number
of target rotation to before image formation starts, the machine controlsthe rotation speed by
referring to the laser scanner motor rotation speed signal (FG signal).During image formation,
it controls the laser scanner motor rotationspeed based on BD signal.Laser scanner motor
rotation speed is controlled by speed-up signal (ACC signal) and speed-down signal (DEC
signal).

[2]

DOOR CLOSED DOOR OPEN

[3] [1] [3] [1]


DEC
ACC

[2] [2]
FG

F-2-52
J208
[1] Laser shutter
DC Controller PCB [2] Laser shutter link (works in conjunction with the right door)
F-2-51 [3] Laser unit

2-32
2
Technology > Laser Exposure System > Various Controls > Controlling the Laser Shutter
2 Technology > Image Formation System > Basic Configuration > Specifications of Image Formation System
2-33

Image Formation System

Basic Configuration
■■Specifications of Image Formation System
Item Specifications/Mechanism/Method
Photosensitive Material OPC high durability drum (E-drum)
drum Drum diameter φ30
Cleaning method Cleaning blade
Process speed 230mm/sec (at cassette pickup)
137mm/sec (at manual feeder pickup)
Primary Charging method Primary charging roller
charging AC bias constant voltage control: approx. 550 to 2600Vp-p
DC bias constant voltage control: approx. -400 to -800V
DC bias switch control (variable according to environment
sensor detection)
roller diameter φ14
Charging method Brush roller (φ10)
Developing Developing method Dry one-component jumping development
AC bias constant voltage control: approx. 800Vp-p
DC bias control: approx. -300 to -700V
DC bias switch control (variable according to density
setting, environment sensor detection)
Developing cylinder φ20
diameter
Toner Magnetic negative toner
Toner level Toner detection by toner level sensor (inside sub hopper
detection and developing unit)
Transfer Transfer method Transfer roller
DC constant current control: approx. 20 µA
Cleaning bias control: -2700V (DC constant voltage
control)
DC current level control (variable according to environment
sensor detection, paper type, paper width, source of
paper)
Roller diameter Φ16
Charging method Cleaning bias application
Separation Separation method Static separation (Static eliminator) + Curvature separation
DC constant voltage control: -2800V (high bias), -2300 (low
bias)
Waste toner Collected into waste toner box
Waste toner box capacity: approx. 750g
T-2-20

2-33
2
Technology > Image Formation System > Basic Configuration > Specifications of Image Formation System
2 Technology > Image Formation System > Basic Configuration > Major Components of Image Formation System
2-34
■■Major Components of Image Formation System
Name Function
The major components of image formation system are described below.
[1] Toner cartridge Cartridge filled with the toner for supply
[2] Drum unit Unit consisting of the photosensitive drum, primary
charging roller, etc.
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]
[3] Brush roller Rotates in connection with the primary charging roller
to clean its surface.
[4] Primary charging roller Rotates in connection with the photosensitive drum to
cause it negatively charged.
[5] Cleaning blade Scrapes off the residual toner on the photosensitive
drum.
[6] Waste toner feed screw Feeds the toner scraped off by the cleaning blade to
the waste toner box.
[7] Photosensitive drum Forms images on the surface of the photosensitive
drum.
[14]
[8] Static eliminator Applies negative charge to the back of paper to cause it
[7]
separated from the photosensitive drum.
[9] Transfer roller Applies positive charge to the back of a paper to cause
[8]
the toner to be transferred to it.
[10] Developing cylinder Transfers the toner in the developing unit to the
photosensitive drum.
[11] Developing unit Unit consisting of the developing cylinder, developing
blade, etc.
[12] Toner feed screw Feeds the toner supplied from the sub hopper into the
[9] developing unit.
(Inside developing unit)
[13] [13] Toner feed screw Feeds the toner supplied from the toner cartridge to the
(Inside sub hopper) developing unit.
[14] Sub hopper Stores the toner supplied from the toner cartridge.
T-2-21

[12] [11] [10]


F-2-53

2-34
2
Technology > Image Formation System > Basic Configuration > Major Components of Image Formation System
2 Technology > Image Formation System > Basic Configuration > Image Formation Process
2-35
■■Image Formation Process
Image Formation Process Description
The image formation system of the machine mainly consists of the photosensitive drum,
[1] Primary charging block Charges the surface of the photosensitive drum to a
primary charging roller, developing cylinder, transfer charging roller, static eliminator, and uniform negative potential.
cleaning blade. The image formation process around the drum unit contains the six blocks. [2] Laser exposure block Exposes laser beam on the surface of the drum
for charge neutralization to form the latent image
formation.
Primary charging roller [3] Developing block Causes the negatively-charged toner on the developing
Cleaning Blade [6] cylinder to adhere to the latent image formation on the
surface of the photosensitive drum to form a visible
image.
[4] Transfer block Applies positive charge to the back of a paper to
Photosensitive drum transfer the toner on the drum to the paper.
[5] Separation block Separates a paper from the photosensitive drum
with its elastic force and at the same time applies
Paper
[1] negative charge to the back of paper to facilitate paper
separation.
[6] Drum cleaning block Scrapes off the residual toner on the surface of the
[5] drum using the cleaning blade and feeds it to the
waste toner box.
Static eliminator T-2-22

[2]

[3]
Transfer charging roller
[4]

Developing cylinder
F-2-54

2-35
2
Technology > Image Formation System > Basic Configuration > Image Formation Process
2 Technology > Image Formation System > Basic Sequence > Sequence of Operation (last rotation)
2-36
Basic Sequence ■■Sequence of Operation (printing)
The basic sequence is as follows. Registration Image write Registration
ON end ON
Image formation sequence Sheet-to-sheet Image formation sequence
■■Sequence of Operation (initial rotation) (1st sheet) sequence (2nd sheet and later)
Main Motor (M1)
• Pickup from cassette
Primary charging
Pickup Registration AC bias
ON ON Primary charging
DC bias
Laser
Main Motor (M1)
Developing AC bias
Primary charging AC bias
Developing DC bias
Primary charging DC bias
Developing cylinder
Laser clutch (CL3)
Developing AC bias Transfer bias

Developing DC bias Static eliminator bias

Developing cylinder clutch (CL3)


Transfer bias F-2-57

Static eliminator bias ■■Sequence of Operation (last rotation)


F-2-55
Image write
• Pickup from manual feeder
end
Multi Registration
ON ON
Main Motor (M1)
Primary charging AC bias
Main Motor (M1)
Primary charging DC bias
Primary charging AC bias
Laser
Primary charging DC bias
Developing AC bias
Laser
Developing DC bias
Developing AC bias
Developing cylinder clutch (CL3)
Developing DC bias
Transfer bias [1]
Developing cylinder clutch (CL3)
Static eliminator bias
Transfer bias
In [1] above, a cleaning bias (-2700V) is applied. F-2-58
Static eliminator bias

F-2-56

2-36
2
Technology > Image Formation System > Basic Sequence > Sequence of Operation (last rotation)
2 Technology > Image Formation System > Controls > Drum Unit
2-37
Controls ●● Primary Charging Bias Control
The machine is directly charged by the charging roller. DC bias and AC bias that stabilized
■■Drum Unit the charge is applied to the primary charging roller.
The drum unit mainly consists of the photosensitive drum, primary charging roller, brush roller,
cleaning blade, and waste toner feed screw, and is driven by the main motor (M1). Primary charging roller
Cleaning blade in contact with the photosensitive drum scrapes off the residual toner on its Photosensitive drum
surface without being transferred to a paper. The residual toner scraped off by the cleaning
blade is fed from the toner ejection part into the waste toner box by the waste toner feed
screw. The primary charging roller is cleaned by the brush roller in contact with it.

Waste toner feed screw


HVT PCB

Cleaning Blade
Environment sensor

Brush roller
Toner ejection part
[2] [1]

Primary AC bias Primary DC bias


control circuit control circuit
M1
Photosensitive drum DC Controller PCB
F-2-60
[1]
[1] Primary charging bias control signal
Primary charging roller
[2] Environment sensor detection signal
DC Controller PCB

F-2-59
●● Constant voltage control of DC bias and AC bias
M1 Main motor The DC bias and AC bias control circuits on the DC controller PCB control the DC bias and
[1] Main motor drive signal
AC bias applied to the primary charging roller to keep their voltage at the fixed level.

●● DC bias switch control


The DC bias output varies according to the environment detected by the environment sensor
(HU1).

2-37
2
Technology > Image Formation System > Controls > Drum Unit
2 Technology > Image Formation System > Controls > Developing Unit
2-38
■■Developing Unit ●● Developing Bias Control
The DC bias and AC bias are applied to the developing cylinder.
The developing unit mainly consists of the developing cylinder, developing blade, toner
agitation plate, and toner feed screw, and driven by the main motor (M1) and developing
cylinder clutch (CL3). Photosensitive drum
The toner supplied from the toner cartridge is fed into the drum unit by the toner feed screw
and toner agitation plate. The toner presence/absence in the drum unit is detected by the
developing unit toner sensor (TS1) which is a magnetic permeability sensor.

Density Setting
Toner feed screw

Main Controller PCB


Toner agitation plate

Developing Blade Environment sensor

HVT PCB Developing cylinder

[3] [2] [1]


TS1
Developing cylinder
Developing AC bias Developing DC bias
control circuit control circuit
CL 3 DC Controller PCB
F-2-62
M1
[1] Developing bias control signal
[2] Environment sensor detection signal
[3] [2] [1]
[3] Density setting signal

DC Controller PCB

F-2-61
●● Constant voltage control of DC bias and AC bias
TS1 Developing unit toner sensor The DC bias and AC bias control circuits on the DC controller PCB control the DC bias and
CL3 Developing cylinder clutch AC bias applied to the developing cylinder to keep their voltage at the fixed level.
M1 Main motor
[1] Developing cylinder clutch drive signal ●● DC bias switch control
[2] Main motor drive signal
The DC bias output varies according to the environment or density setting detected by the
[3] Developing unit toner sensor detection signal
environment sensor (HU1).

2-38
2
Technology > Image Formation System > Controls > Developing Unit
2 Technology > Image Formation System > Controls > Toner Container
2-39
■■Toner Container Sub hopper

Toner cartridge is filled with toner and supplies to the drum unit. Toner feed screw

Route of toner supply

Toner cartridge TS2

Toner cartridge

Toner feed screw

Developing unit

M6 M1 M7
F-2-63
[4] [3] [2] [1]
The toner in the toner cartridge is fed to the sub hopper and then to the developing unit by
DC Controller PCB
the toner feed screw. The toner presence/absence in the sub hopper is detected by the sub
hopper toner sensor (TS2) which is a magnetic permeability sensor. F-2-64

If the developing unit toner sensor (TS1) detects the absence of the toner in the developing TS2 Sub hopper toner sensor
unit, the hopper motor (M7) drives to rotate the toner feed screw to feed toner in the sub M1 Main motor
M6 Hopper motor
hopper to the developing unit. Also, if the sub hopper toner sensor (TS2) detects the absence
M7 Bottle motor
of the toner in the sub hopper, the bottle motor (M7) drives to rotate the toner cartridge to [1] Sub hopper toner sensor detection signal
feed the toner in the toner cartridge to the sub hopper. [2] Bottle motor drive signal
If the sub hopper toner sensor (TS2) keeps detecting the absence of the toner for more than [3] Main motor drive signal
the specified period of time, no toner in the toner cartridge is assumed and the message to [4] Hopper motor drive signal
replace the toner cartridge will be displayed. Also, if the developing unit toner sensor (TS1)
keeps detecting the absence of the toner for more than the specified period of time, no toner
in the developing unit is assumed and a "No Toner" error message will be displayed.

2-39
2
Technology > Image Formation System > Controls > Toner Container
2 Technology > Image Formation System > Controls > Transfer Unit
2-40
■■Transfer Unit ●● Transfer Bias/Separation Static Eliminator Bias Control
DC bias is applied to the transfer roller and static eliminator.
The transfer unit mainly consists of the static eliminator and transfer roller which rotates in
connection with the drum unit.
Photosensitive drum

Static eliminator

Environment sensor
Static eliminator

HVT PCB
Transfer charging roller
Transfer charging roller [3] [2] [1]

Transfer bias Static eliminator bias


F-2-65 control circuit control circuit
DC Controller PCB
F-2-66

[1] Separation static eliminator bias control signal


[2] Transfer bias control signal
[3] Environment sensor detection signal

●● Transfer Bias Constant Current Control


The transfer bias control circuit on the DC controller PCB controls the transfer bias applied to
the transfer roller to keep the constant current.

●● Transfer bias level control


The transfer bias output varies according to the environment, paper type, paper width, and/or
source of paper detected by the environment sensor (HU1).

2-40
2
Technology > Image Formation System > Controls > Transfer Unit
2 Technology > Image Formation System > Controls > Waste Toner Box
2-41
●● Cleaning Bias Control ■■Waste Toner Box
To return the toner adhered on the transfer roller to the photosensitive drum, negative voltage
Residual toner adhered on the photosensitive drum without being transferred to a paper is
is applied at the last rotation.
scraped off by the cleaning blade in contact with the photosensitive drum, then fed into the
waste toner box by the waste toner feed screw.
●● Separation Static Eliminator Bias Control The waste toner box is supported by a spring. If the waste toner box sinks down lower than
Either of the two types of negative voltage (low bias or high bias) is applied to the static specified with the weight of collected toner, the waste toner full sensor (S17) detects the
eliminator depending on the print mode and sequence for reducing electrostatic suction to waste toner box full.
facilitate separation of paper from the photosensitive drum.

Drum unit

Waste toner box

S17
S17

F-2-67

S17 Waste toner full sensor

2-41
2
Technology > Image Formation System > Controls > Waste Toner Box
2 Technology > Image Formation System > Work of Service > Points to Note about Service
2-42
Work of Service
■■When Replacing the Components
None

■■Periodical Service
None

■■Points to Note about Service


None

2-42
2
Technology > Image Formation System > Work of Service > Points to Note about Service
2 Technology > Fixing System > Overview > Specifications
2-43

Fixing System ■■Specifications

Overview Item Function/method


Fixing method On-demand fixing
■■Features Fixing speed 139mm/sec (1/1-high speed: 0.8% speed-up)
137mm/sec (1/1-speed)
This machine introduces the on-demand fixing method. 133mm/sec (1/1-slow speed: 3.1% speed-down)
Fixing heater Ceramic heater
Fixing delivery roller
Control temperature 208 deg C (plain paper) *1
Temperature detection By the main thermistor and the sub thermistor
Cleaning mechanism Cleaning roller
Edge heat rising prevention
Separation guide Down sequence control
control
Fixing loop control Loop sensor
Cleaning roller Protective Function Main thermistor and Sub thermistor
Thermo Switch (operating temperature: 250 deg C)
*1. Target temperature is specified depending on the fixing mode and the fixing temperature
T-2-23

at the start of warm-up control.

Fixing heater

Fixing film

Fixing inlet guide Pressure roller


F-2-68

2-43
2
Technology > Fixing System > Overview > Specifications
2 Technology > Fixing System > Overview > Major parts configuration
2-44
■■Major parts configuration Part name Function / method
--- Film unit Applying heat and pressure makes the toner image on paper
fixed (fused).
Film unit --- Pressure roller
H1/H2 Fixing heater Ceramic heater
TH1 Main thermistor To be in contact with the heater
Temperature control, detection of abnormal temperature rise
TH2 Sub thermistor (rear) To be in contact with the heater (non-feeding area)
Temperature control, detection of abnormal temperature rise,
temperature detection/cooling control on the edges
TP1 Thermo Switch To be in contact with the heater (non-feeding area)
Temperature control, detection of abnormal temperature rise,
temperature detection/cooling control on the edges
S19 Fixing outlet sensor Jam detection
Cleaning Roller T-2-24

Pressure roller

Fixing outlet sensor (S19)

Thermo switch (TP1)

Main thermistor (TH1)

Fixing hiater (H1/H2)

Sub thermistor (TH2)


F-2-69

2-44
2
Technology > Fixing System > Overview > Major parts configuration
2 Technology > Fixing System > Controls > Fixing temperature control: overview
2-45
Controls
■■Fixing temperature control: overview ●● Standby temperature control
To preheat the fixing assembly to reduce time for starting print
• Flying start temperature control

●● Print temperature control


To increase temperature to meet the fixing target temperature and keep the target
temperature during printing
• Startup (warm-up rotation) temperature control
• Print temperature control
• Sheet-to-sheet temperature control

●● Down sequence control


To prevent fixing failure due to rising temperature at the edge or fall in temperature. This
control causes reduced the productivity (through-put).
• Down sequence when feeding small size paper
• Down sequence when switching paper size

F-2-70

2-45
2
Technology > Fixing System > Controls > Fixing temperature control: overview
2 Technology > Fixing System > Controls > Print temperature control
2-46
■■Standby temperature control ■■Print temperature control

Max. 10 sec

F-2-71 F-2-72

●● Flying start temperature control ●● Startup (warm-up rotation) temperature control


Purpose: To increase fixing temperature to be ready for printing after receiving the print-start
To reduce the print time (FPOT) of the 1st sheet command

Starting conditions: ●● Print temperature control


• When opening the copyboard cover or ADF, and also the detection temperature of the To set optimal target temperature to prevent fixing failure or offset, and keep the specified
main thermistor is less than 100 deg C. target temperature during printing
• When the original sheet is set on the ADF tray, and also the detection temperature of
the main thermistor is less than 100 deg C. A.Setting target temperature
• When the main power switch is turned ON or the machine condition is shift from the Target temperature is specified depending on the paper type, paper size, elapsed time
sleep mode to standby, and also the detection temperature of the main thermistor is since the last control (including the standby control) of fixing temperature and fixing
less than 155 deg C. temperature at the start of warm-up control.

Control description: B.Temperature control during printing


The target control temperature is set to 165 deg C and the fixing motor starts to rotate When the paper passes in the fixing unit, the fixing temperature is controlled to keep
with a half speed. The control continues for maximum 10 seconds. the target value (see the table on the next page) according to the detection result of
main thermistor.

2-46
2
Technology > Fixing System > Controls > Print temperature control
2 Technology > Fixing System > Controls > Print temperature control
2-47
Target temperature during printing
C.Sheet-to-sheet distance temperature control The control temperature is determined according to the fixing mode or to the fixing
To prevent the excessive temperature rise and to save the power consumption, the temperature at the start of warm-up control. The 12 modes are provided as the fixing mode
target temperature is set 5 deg C low (in case of plain paper *1) from the printing for the selected feed table and paper type.
temperature. The following table is the control temperature when the fixing temperature is less than 55
deg C at the start of warm-up control.
*1. Set to 5, 15 or 20 deg C low according paper type
Target temperature (deg C)
Fixing mode Setting
1-sided/first of 2-sided Second of 2-sided
Plain paper Paper type 208 203
Thin paper 198 193
S-thin paper 188 183
Heavy paper 223 223
Heavy paper-H 223 223
Bond paper 23 223
OHP 198 198
Postcard 223 ---
S-Postcard 223 ---
Envelope 223 ---
N1 165 165
N3 155 155
T-2-25

Related Service Mode


Offset of fixing control temperature (High and low of control temperature)
PRINT > SW
> 62 (Control temperature during cassette feeding)
> 63 (Control temperature in Heavy/Heavy-H/Bond paper modes)
> 166 (Control temperature for the second side of 2-sided copying)
> 173 (Control temperature for the second side of 2-sided copying)
> 179 (Control temperature in Postcard/S-Postcard/Envelope modes)

<Setting value>
0 to 2: +15 deg C
3 to 11: +12 to -15 deg C (each 3 deg C) [Default: 7]
12 to 14: -15 deg C

2-47
2
Technology > Fixing System > Controls > Print temperature control
2 Technology > Fixing System > Controls > Down sequence control
2-48
■■Down sequence control Fixing mode Step B4 B5 A4R A5R Free Post Envelope
LGL EXE LTRR B5R size -card
●● Down sequence when feeding small size paper EXE-R
Purpose: OHP Normal 13 27/25/20 17 17 13 - -
To prevent temperature rise of non-feeding area in the case of continuous print of 1 13 27/25/20 17 17 13 - -
small size paper (less than A4 of length in width direction), fixing offset or deterioration 2 10 27/25/20 14 14 10 - -
3 8 10 10 10 8 - -
of fixing film.
4 4 4 4 4 4 - -
Postcard Normal - - - - - 12 -
Starting conditions: 1 - - - - - 10 -
The down sequence is performed step by step. When the detected temperature of sub 2 - - - - - 8 -
thermistor reaches the following temperature or higher for 430 msec continuously, the 3 - - - - - 8 -
productivity decreases every one step. 4 - - - - - 4 -
S-Postcard Normal - - - - - 6 -
Step Normal 1st step 2nd step 3rd step
Shift temp 235 245 255 275 1 - - - - - 5 -
(deg C) 2 - - - - - 4 -
T-2-26
3 - - - - - 4 -
Operation: 4 - - - - - 2 -
Temperature is reduced by making wider sheet-to-sheet distance with the maximum 4 Envelope Normal - - - - - - 10
steps to control the temperature at lower than the target temperature for normal print. 1 - - - - - - 8
2 - - - - - - 6
3 - - - - - - 6
Fixing mode Step B4 B5 A4R A5R Free Post Envelope 4 - - - - - - 3
LGL EXE LTRR B5R size -card T-2-27
EXE-R Completion conditions:
Plain paper Normal 13 27/25/20 17 17 13 - -
When the fixing temperature reaches 175 deg C and lower for 430 msec continuously
Thin paper 1 13 27/25/20 17 17 13 - -
2 10 27/25/20 14 14 10 - - after shifting to the third or fourth step, the productivity returns to the second step.
S-thin paper
3 8 10 10 10 8 - -
4 4 4 4 4 4 - -
Heavy paper Normal 11 23/20 13 13 4 - -
Heavy-H 1 11 23/20 13 13 4 - -
paper 2 10 23/20 13 13 4 - -
3 8 10 10 10 4 - -
4 4 4 4 4 4 - -
Bond paper Normal 8 8 8 8 8 - -
1 8 8 8 8 8 - -
2 8 8 8 8 8 - -
F-2-73
3 8 8 8 8 8 - -
4 4 4 4 4 4 - -

2-48
2
Technology > Fixing System > Controls > Down sequence control
2 Technology > Fixing System > Controls > Down sequence control
2-49
●● Down sequence when switching paper size
Related Service Mode
• Setting for down sequence start temperature when feeding small size paper Purpose:
PRINT > SW > 64 This down sequence prevents temperature rise of non-feeding area: there can be
possible fixing offset or wrinkle of the succeeding paper due to increased temperature
<Setting value>
of non-feeding area of the preceding paper when continuously making prints or
0: +20 deg C
1: +10 deg C feeding wider length of paper than the preceding paper.
2: 0 deg C [Default: 2]
3: -10 deg C
4: -20 deg C
Normal
235deg C, 430msec
1st Step
245deg C, 430msec
2nd Step Return
255deg C, 430msec 175deg C,430msec

3rd Step
275deg C, 430msec
4th Step
F-2-74
Starting conditions:
If the detected temperature of the sub thermistor reaches more than 210 deg C (*1)
when switching to the paper which has longer width than the preceding paper.

Operation:
Pickup of the succeeding paper and power distribution to the heater are stopped as
well to decrease the fixing temperature.

Completion conditions:
When the detected temperature of the sub thermistor reaches 170 deg C and less (*1)

*1. It is different according to setting value of the user mode (Special mode S or
Rotation/collation adjustment)

2-49
2
Technology > Fixing System > Controls > Down sequence control
2 Technology > Fixing System > Controls > User mode related to fixing grade
2-50
■■User mode related to fixing grade
*1. N1 mode: "Normal temperature control" -24 deg C (when the cassette feeding, and the
The fixing grade is affected by some special modes in user mode which change the control
fixing temperature is 100 deg C or more at the start of warm-up control.)
temperature or productivity. The related modes are as follows.
*2. N3 mode: "Normal temperature control" -48 deg C (when the cassette feeding, and the
fixing temperature is 100 deg C or more at the start of warm-up control.)
User mode Summary Setting value Temperature control/productivity *3. The setting of rotation/collation mode is given priority to over this setting.
Special Mode N The fixing mode is Off Normal temperature control
(To prevent a curl changed when either (Default) (Plain paper mode)
of the plain/ recycled/ Auto (Fixing grade Fixing mode (plain paper mode
and jam in high
color/ 3-hole paper is is improved) and N1 mode (*1)) is changed
humidity) selected in the control automatically according to the
panel. The productivity environment (temperature/
is reduced and fixing humidity).
grade is improved. Manual (Medium) N1 mode temperature control
(Fixing grade is
improved)
Manual (High) N3 mode (*3) temperature control
(Fixing grade is
improved)
Special Mode P The fixing mode is Off Normal temperature control
(To prevent a curl changed when either (Default) (Plain paper mode)
of the plain/ recycled/ Medium Thin paper mode temperature
of thin paper/
color/ 3-hole paper is (Fixing grade is control
recycle paper) selected in the control improved)
panel. The productivity High S-thin paper mode temperature
is reduced and fixing (Fixing grade is control
grade is improved. improved)
Special Mode G The productivity is Off Normal control
(To increase the reduced and fixing (Default)
grade is improved. On The productivity is reduced by 4
fixing grade for
(Fixing grade is sheets or 5 sheets.
heavy paper)
improved)
Special Mode G The down sequence Off Temperature difference between
(To increase the time is reduced (Default) the main and sub thermistors to
when switching the start the paper feeding: 20 deg C
productivity during
paper size. The fixing On Temperature difference between
down sequence) grade is reduced and (Productivity is the main and sub thermistors to
productivity is improved. improved) start the paper feeding: 30 deg C
(*3)
Special Mode F The down sequence Image Priority Temperature difference between
(To reduce the time is reduced in the (Default) the main and sub thermistors to
collation adjustment start the paper feeding: 20 deg C
wait time during
mode. The fixing Speed Priority 1 Temperature difference between
rotation/ collation grade is reduced and (Productivity is the main and sub thermistors to
adjustment mode) productivity is improved. improved) start the paper feeding: 40 deg C
Speed Priority 2 Temperature difference between the
(Productivity is main and sub thermistors to start
improved more) the paper feeding: 60 deg C
T-2-28

2-50
2
Technology > Fixing System > Controls > User mode related to fixing grade
2 Technology > Fixing System > Controls > Paper loop amount control before fixing
2-51
■■Paper loop amount control before fixing reduced speed is kept until the loop sensor is turned on by the formed paper loop.

Purpose:
4) Repeat steps 2) and 3). The fixing motor drive speed is increased by 0.8%
To get a proper image by avoiding a shock when the trailing edge of paper comes out
compared with the process speed when the trailing edge of paper reaches 65 mm
of the registration roles, an appropriate paper loop is formed between transfer roller
before coming out of the registration roller.
and fixing roller.

5) When continuously making prints, return to step 1). When making a single print,
shift to the last rotation.
Pressure roller
Fixing film

Sensor: OFF
Drum

Registration Loop sensor(S6)


roller
Sensor: ON
Transfer roller

F-2-75
Starting conditions:
This control is performed at every paper feeding.

Operation:
The fixing motor drive speed is controlled as follows by detecting the paper loop
between transfer roller and fixing roller with the loop sensor.

1) The fixing motor drive speed is reduced by 3.1% when the reading edge of paper is
fed 35mm from the transfer roller. The reduced speed is kept until the loop sensor is
turned on by the formed paper loop.

2) After detecting the ON condition of the loop sensor for 50 msec continuously, the
fixing motor drive speed is increased by 0.8% compared with the process speed.
The increased speed is kept until the loop sensor is turned off by the deleted paper
loop.

3) After detecting the OFF condition of the loop sensor for 50 msec continuously, the
fixing motor drive speed is reduced by 3.1% compared with the process speed. The

2-51
2
Technology > Fixing System > Controls > Paper loop amount control before fixing
2 Technology > Fixing System > Controls > Protection features
2-52
■■Protection features
Error
Code Description
Clear
E000 Fixing temperature abnormal rise
0001 The temperature detected by the main thermistor does not rise to the Yes
specified value during startup control.
E001 Fixing unit temperature rise detection
0000 The reading of the main thermistor is 250 deg C or more continuously Yes
for 200 msec.
0001 The hardware circuit detects overheating of the main or sub thermistor Yes
for 200 msec.
0002 The reading of the sub thermistor is 295 deg C or more continuously Yes
for 200 msec.
E002 Fixing unit temperature insufficient rise
0000 1.The reading of the main thermistor is less than 115 deg C Yes
continuously for 400 msec 1.3 sec after it has indicated 100 deg C.
2.The reading of the main thermistor is less than 150 deg C
continuously for 400 msec 1.3 sec after it has indicated 140 deg C.

E003 Low fixing temperature detection after standby


0000 The reading of the main thermistor is less than 140 deg C continuously Yes
for 400 msec or more.
E004 Thermistor disconnection detection error
0000 When disconnection is detected with connector (J214) for 30 sec No
continuously.
E014 Unstable rotation of the Fixing Motor (M2)
0001 Detection is executed every 100 msec after the start of motor rotation;
however, the drive detection signal is absent for 2 sec.
0002 During motor rotation, detection is executed every 100 msec; however, No
the drive signal is absent 5 times in sequence.
E261 Error in Zero Cross
0000 Zero Cross failed to be detected for 500ms or more while the relay No
was ON. * The same condition is detected after the error retry is
performed.

T-2-29

Related Service Mode


• Error code clear
CLEAR > ENGIN > ERRCLR

2-52
2
Technology > Fixing System > Controls > Protection features
2 Technology > Pickup Feed System > Overview > Parts Configuration
2-53

Pickup Feed System ■■Parts Configuration


●● Arrangement of Rollers (550-sheet 1st cassette model)
Overview [20] [19] [18] [17] [16]

■■Specification
Item Description
Paper storage method Front loading method
Pickup method Cassette 1 Retard separation method
(550 sheets cassette)
Cassette 1 Pad separation method
(250 sheets cassette)
Cassette 2/3/4 Retard separation method [15]
Manual feed pickup tray Pad separation method [14]
Paper stack capacity Cassette 1 550 sheets (80 g/m2), 650 sheets (64 g/m2)
(550 sheets cassette)
Cassette 1 250 sheets (80 g/m2), 300 sheets (64 g/m2) [13]
(250 sheets cassette)
[12]
Cassette 2/3/4 550 sheets (80 g/m2), 650 sheets (64 g/m2)
[11]
Manual feed pickup tray 100 sheets (80 g/m2), 100 sheets (64 g/m2)
Paper feed reference Center reference
Paper size Cassette 1/3/4 A4, A4R, A3, A5R, B4, B5, B5R, LTR, LTTR, LG, [10]
11" x 17", STMTR [9]
Cassette 2 A4, A4R, A3, A5R, B4, B5, B5R, LTR, LTTR, LG,
11"" x 17"", STMTR, Envelopes* (No.10 (COM10), [8]
ISO-B5, Monarch, ISO-C5, DL)
* The optional Envelope Feeder Attachment-D1 [7]
is required. [6]
Manual feed pickup tray A4, A4R, A3, A5R, B4, B5, B5R, LTR, LTTR, [5]
LG, 11" x 17", STMTR, Free size (99 mm x 297
[4]
mm to 148 mm x 432 mm), Envelopes (No.10
(COM10), ISO-B5, Monarch, ISO-C5, DL) [3]
Paper grammage Cassette 64 g/m2 to 90 g/m2 [2]
Manual feed pickup tray 64 g/m2 to 128 g/m2 [1]
Paper size switch Cassette By the user
Manual feed pickup tray By the user
Duplexing method Through path
T-2-30 F-2-76

2-53
2
Technology > Pickup Feed System > Overview > Parts Configuration
2 Technology > Pickup Feed System > Overview > Parts Configuration
2-54
[1] Separation roller (cassette 1) ●● Arrangement of Rollers (250-sheet 1st cassette model)
[2] Feed roller (cassette 1)
[19] [18] [17] [16] [15]
[3] Vertical path slave roller 1
[4] Pickup roller (cassette 1)
[5] Manual feed pull-up roller
[6] Manual feed pickup roller
[7] Registration roller
[8] Transfer roller
[9] Duplexing/feeding roller 2
[10] Drum
[11] Duplexing/feeding roller 1
[12] Fixing pressure roller [14]
[13] Fixing film [13]
[14] Fixing outlet roll 1
[15] Fixing outlet roll 2
[16] Duplexing inlet roller [12]
[17] Vertical path slave roller 2
[18] Tray 1 delivery roller [11]
[19] Tray 2 delivery roller [10]
[20] Reversing roller

[9]
[8]

[7]

[6]
[5]

[4]

[3]
[2]
[1]

F-2-77

2-54
2
Technology > Pickup Feed System > Overview > Parts Configuration
2 Technology > Pickup Feed System > Overview > Parts Configuration
2-55
[1] Separation pad (cassette 1) ●● Arrangement of Sensors (550-sheet 1st cassette model)
[2] Pickup roller (cassette 1)
[3] Vertical path slave roller 1
[4] Manual feed pull-up roller
[5] Manual feed pickup roller S40
[6] Registration roller
[7] Transfer roller
[8] Duplexing/feeding roller 2
[9] Drum S42
[10] Duplexing/feeding roller 1
[11] Fixing pressure roller
[12] Fixing film
[13] Fixing outlet roll 1 S12
[14] Fixing outlet roll 2
[15] Duplexing inlet roller
S19
[16] Vertical path slave roller 2
[17] Tray 1 delivery roller
[18] Tray 2 delivery roller
[19] Reversing roller
S6

S7

S5

S9

S1

S4 S3
S2

F-2-78

S1 Cassette 1 pickup sensor


S2 Cassette 1 paper sensor
S3 Cassette 1 paper level sensor A
S4 Cassette 1 paper level sensor B
S5 Pre-registration sensor
S6 Loop sensor
S7 Duplex feed sensor
S9 Manual feeder paper sensor
S12 No.1 delivery sensor
S19 Fixing outlet sensor
S40 Reversal sensor
S42 No. 2 delivery sensor

2-55
2
Technology > Pickup Feed System > Overview > Parts Configuration
2 Technology > Pickup Feed System > Overview > Parts Configuration
2-56
●● Arrangement of Sensors (250-sheet 1st cassette model) ●● Route of Drive (550-sheet 1st cassette model)

M1 M10

S40

SL4
2 Way Unit
S42

S12
M2
SL5
S19
SL3

CL4
S6

S7

S5
CL1

S9 CL2

SL2

S2 SL1
F-2-79

S2 Cassette 1 paper sensor


S5 Pre-registration sensor
S6 Loop sensor
S7 Duplex feed sensor F-2-80
S9 Manual feeder paper sensor M1 Main motor SL4 Reversal solenoid
S12 No.1 delivery sensor M2 Fixing motor SL5 No.2 delivery solenoid
S19 Fixing outlet sensor M10 Reversal motor CL1 Registration clutch
S40 Reversal sensor SL1 Pickup solenoid CL2 Manual feed pickup clutch
S42 No. 2 delivery sensor SL2 Manual feed pickup solenoid CL4 Duplex feed clutch
SL3 No.1 delivery reversal solenoid

2-56
2
Technology > Pickup Feed System > Overview > Parts Configuration
2 Technology > Pickup Feed System > Overview > Diagram of Paper Paths (w/ 2 Way Unit/ inaner 2 way tray)
2-57
●● Route of Drive (250-sheet 1st cassette model) ■■Diagram of Paper Paths (w/ 2 Way Unit/ inaner 2 way tray)
M1 M10 ●● 550-sheet 1st cassette model

SL4
Reversing point
2 Way Unit

Delivery to tray 2
(option)
Delivery to tray 1
M2
SL5

SL3

CL4

CL1

CL2
Pickup from
manual feeder
SL2

Pickup from cassette 1


SL1

F-2-81

M1 Main motor SL4 Reversal solenoid F-2-82

M2 Fixing motor SL5 No.2 delivery solenoid


M10 Reversal motor CL1 Registration clutch
SL1 Pickup solenoid CL2 Manual feed pickup clutch
SL2 Manual feed pickup solenoid CL4 Duplex feed clutch
SL3 No.1 delivery reversal solenoid

2-57
2
Technology > Pickup Feed System > Overview > Diagram of Paper Paths (w/ 2 Way Unit/ inaner 2 way tray)
2 Technology > Pickup Feed System > Overview > Diagram of Paper Paths (w/o 2 Way Unit)
2-58
●● 250-sheet 1st cassette model ■■Diagram of Paper Paths (w/o 2 Way Unit)
●● 550-sheet 1st cassette model

Reversing point

Delivery to tray 2
(option)

Delivery to tray 1 Reversing point


Delivery to tray 1

Pickup from
manual feeder
Pickup from
manual feeder
Pickup from cassette 1

Pickup from cassette 1

F-2-83

F-2-84

2-58
2
Technology > Pickup Feed System > Overview > Diagram of Paper Paths (w/o 2 Way Unit)
2 Technology > Pickup Feed System > Overview > Diagram of Paper Paths (w/o 2 Way Unit)
2-59
●● 250-sheet 1st cassette model

Reversing point
Delivery to tray 1

Pickup from
manual feeder

Pickup from cassette 1

F-2-85

2-59
2
Technology > Pickup Feed System > Overview > Diagram of Paper Paths (w/o 2 Way Unit)
2 Technology > Pickup Feed System > Controls > Cassette Pickup Assembly (550-sheet 1st cassette model)
2-60
Controls ■■Cassette Pickup Assembly (550-sheet 1st cassette model)
■■Overview ●● Overview
The paper inside the cassette is held up by the lifter plate.
When pickup takes place, the pickup solenoid (SL1) is turned on, and the pickup roller is
moved down. When the pickup roller comes into contact with the surface of paper, the sheet
Duplex Feed Control
is picked up by rotation of the roller.
Only a single sheet of paper picked up is moved to the feed path by the feed roller and the
separation roller, and moved as far as the registration roller by the pickup vertical path roller.
The pickup vertical path roller, pickup roller, feed roller, and separation roller are driven by the
Fixing / Registration
Assembly cassette pickup motor (M1).

[1]
[4]
[2]
Multi-Purpose Pickup [3]
Assembly

Cassette Pickup [5]


Assembly
F-2-87
[1] Pickup roller
[2] Feed roller
[3] Separation roller
[4] Pickup vertical path roller
[5] Lifter plate
F-2-86

Area Detection, Control


Cassette Pickup Assembly Outline
Paper Level / Presence Detection
Paper Size / Cassette Presence Detection
Multi-Purpose Pickup Assembly Outline
Paper Presence Detection
Paper Size Detection
Fixing / Registration Assembly Registration Control
Duplex / Delivery Assembly Duplex Feed Control
JAM Detection JAM Detection
T-2-31

2-60
2
Technology > Pickup Feed System > Controls > Cassette Pickup Assembly (550-sheet 1st cassette model)
2 Technology > Pickup Feed System > Controls > Cassette Pickup Assembly (550-sheet 1st cassette model)
2-61
●● Paper Size Detection Cassette size
switch (SW7)
Paper size of the cassette can be automatically detected by adjusting the position of the
guide plate.
Rear
Concavo-convex area of the cassette dial is switched when the guide plate is shifted and two detection
Size Switches on a printer are switched. Length and width are detected according to the ON rink
Rear guide plate
/ OFF combination of switches. As long as standard paper, both AB type and inch type can
be used. However, size should be found manually on the check screen for the combination of
A5-Rand STMT-R or the combination of B5-R and EXEC.

SW6

SW7

Cassette size
Detection switch (SW6)
dial

F-2-88

Side guide plate Detection


dial Cassette size
switch (SW6)

F-2-89

2-61
2
Technology > Pickup Feed System > Controls > Cassette Pickup Assembly (550-sheet 1st cassette model)
2 Technology > Pickup Feed System > Controls > Cassette Pickup Assembly (550-sheet 1st cassette model)
2-62
Width detection Length detection Setting method when the size detection patterns are overlapped
Width Length 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Size should be found manually on the check screen for the combination of A5-Rand STMT-R
B5 257.0 182.0 0 ON ON 0 0 0 0 0 or the combination of B5-R and EXEC.
EXEC 267.0 184.0 0 ON ON 0 0 0 0 0 Specify the ecognition method for the special paper with user setting.
16K 270.0 195.0 0 ON ON 0 ON 0 0 0
The setting size is indicated below.
A5-R 148.5 210.0 ON 0 ON 0 ON ON 0 0
A4 297.0 210.0 0 ON 0 0 ON ON 0 0
STMT-R 139.7 215.9 ON 0 ON 0 ON ON 0 0 Related Service Mode
LTR 279.4 215.9 0 ON ON 0 ON ON 0 0 PRINT> CST> CASX> CSTX-UY> Number
B5-R 182.0 257.0 ON 0 ON 0 0 ON ON ON X shows Cassette Number. Y shows size category. (X, Y is one of the number 1/2/3/4.)
LTR-R 215.9 279.4 0 0 ON 0 ON 0 0 ON
A4-R 210.0 297.0 0 0 ON 0 0 ON ON 0
U-size. Size
LGL 215.9 355.6 0 0 ON 0 ON ON 0 ON
U1 26: OFI, 27: E-OFI, 37: M-OFI, 36: A-OFI, 24: FLSP, 25: A-FLSP, 30: A-LTRR, 42:
B4 257.0 364.0 0 ON ON 0 ON ON ON 0
FA4, 34: G-LGL 0: default
8K 270.0 390.0 0 ON ON 0 ON ON ON ON
U2 32: G-LTR-R, 34: G-LGL, 23: K-LGL-R, 0: default
A3 297.0 420.0 0 ON 0 0 0 0 ON ON
U3 22: K-LGL, 31: G-LTR, 29: A-LTR, 0: default
LDR 279.4 431.8 0 ON ON 0 0 0 ON ON
U4 28: B-OFI, 0: default
T-2-32
T-2-33
Also, the cassette presence is detected when the size switch is pushed. (If no switch is
pushed, it is determined as no cassette.)

2-62
2
Technology > Pickup Feed System > Controls > Cassette Pickup Assembly (550-sheet 1st cassette model)
2 Technology > Pickup Feed System > Controls > Cassette Pickup Assembly (550-sheet 1st cassette model)
2-63
●● Paper level sensor If the paper is full
Paper level in a cassette is detected with the sensor indicated below.
Cassette 1 Paper Level Sensor A
Cassette 1 paper level sensor A Paper
S3 Cassette 1 Paper
Cassette 1 paper level sensor B S4 Level Sensor B

Cassette 1 paper sensor S2


T-2-34
Cassette 1 paper
sensor (S2)
OFF OFF
If the paper is approx.half
Cassette 1 paper Paper
level sensor A (S3) Flag Cassette 1 Paper Cassette 1 Paper Level Sensor A
Level Sensor B

Cassette 1 paper
level sensor B (S4)

OFF ON
If the paper is a little
Paper
Cassette 1 Paper Cassette 1 Paper Level Sensor A
Level Sensor B

Paper sensor flag

Lifter gear
ON ON Cassette 1 Paper Sensor
Flag
Paper tray
If the paper is absent

Tray
F-2-90

F-2-91

2-63
2
Technology > Pickup Feed System > Controls > Cassette Pickup Assembly (550-sheet 1st cassette model)
2 Technology > Pickup Feed System > Controls > Cassette Pickup Assembly (250-sheet 1st cassette model)
2-64
■■Cassette Pickup Assembly (250-sheet 1st cassette model)
Cassette 1 Cassette 1 Cassette 1 Paper level Display
paper level paper level paper sensor
●● Overview
sensor A sensor B The paper inside the cassette is held up by the lifter plate.
OFF OFF OFF 100% to 50% When pickup takes place, the pickup solenoid (SL1) is turned on, and the pickup roller rotates
once. When the pickup roller comes into contact with the surface of paper, the sheet is picked
ON OFF OFF 50% to 50 sheets up by rotation of the roller.
Only a single sheet of paper picked up is moved to the feed path by the separation pad, and
ON ON OFF 50 sheet or less moved as far as the registration roller by the pickup vertical path roller.
The pickup vertical path roller and pickup roller are driven by the cassette pickup motor (M1).

--- --- ON no paper

T-2-35
[3]
[1]
[2]

[4]

F-2-92
[1] Pickup roller
[2] Separation roller
[3] Pickup vertical path roller
[4] Lifter plate

2-64
2
Technology > Pickup Feed System > Controls > Cassette Pickup Assembly (250-sheet 1st cassette model)
2 Technology > Pickup Feed System > Controls > Cassette Pickup Assembly (250-sheet 1st cassette model)
2-65
●● Paper Size Detection Cassette size
switch (SW7)
Paper size of the cassette can be automatically detected by adjusting the position of the
guide plate. Rear
detection
Concavo-convex area of the cassette dial is switched when the guide plate is shifted and two rink
Size Switches on a printer are switched. Length and width are detected according to the ON
/ OFF combination of switches. As long as standard paper, both AB type and inch type can Rear guide plate

be used. However, size should be found manually on the check screen for the combination of
A5-Rand STMT-R or the combination of B5-R and EXEC.

SW6

SW7

Cassette size
Detection switch (SW6)
dial

F-2-93

Side guide plate


Detection
dial Cassette size
switch (SW6)

F-2-94

2-65
2
Technology > Pickup Feed System > Controls > Cassette Pickup Assembly (250-sheet 1st cassette model)
2 Technology > Pickup Feed System > Controls > Cassette Pickup Assembly (250-sheet 1st cassette model)
2-66
Width detection Length detection Setting method when the size detection patterns are overlapped
Width Length 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Size should be found manually on the check screen for the combination of A5-Rand STMT-R
B5 257.0 182.0 0 ON ON 0 0 0 0 0 or the combination of B5-R and EXEC.
EXEC 267.0 184.0 0 ON ON 0 0 0 0 0 Specify the ecognition method for the special paper with user setting.
16K 270.0 195.0 0 ON ON 0 ON 0 0 0
The setting size is indicated below.
A5-R 148.5 210.0 ON 0 ON 0 ON ON 0 0
A4 297.0 210.0 0 ON 0 0 ON ON 0 0
STMT-R 139.7 215.9 ON 0 ON 0 ON ON 0 0 Related Service Mode
LTR 279.4 215.9 0 ON ON 0 ON ON 0 0 PRINT> CST> CASX> CSTX-UY> Number
B5-R 182.0 257.0 ON 0 ON 0 0 ON ON ON X shows Cassette Number. Y shows size category. (X, Y is one of the number 1/2/3/4.)
LTR-R 215.9 279.4 0 0 ON 0 ON 0 0 ON
A4-R 210.0 297.0 0 0 ON 0 0 ON ON 0
U-size. Size
LGL 215.9 355.6 0 0 ON 0 ON ON 0 ON
U1 26: OFI, 27: E-OFI, 37: M-OFI, 36: A-OFI, 24: FLSP, 25: A-FLSP, 30: A-LTRR, 42:
B4 257.0 364.0 0 ON ON 0 ON ON ON 0
FA4, 34: G-LGL 0: default
8K 270.0 390.0 0 ON ON 0 ON ON ON ON
U2 32: G-LTR-R, 34: G-LGL, 23: K-LGL-R, 0: default
A3 297.0 420.0 0 ON 0 0 0 0 ON ON
U3 22: K-LGL, 31: G-LTR, 29: A-LTR, 0: default
LDR 279.4 431.8 0 ON ON 0 0 0 ON ON
U4 28: B-OFI, 0: default
T-2-36
T-2-37
Also, the cassette presence is detected when the size switch is pushed. (If no switch is
pushed, it is determined as no cassette.)

2-66
2
Technology > Pickup Feed System > Controls > Cassette Pickup Assembly (250-sheet 1st cassette model)
2 Technology > Pickup Feed System > Controls > Multi-Purpose Pickup Assembly
2-67
●● Paper level sensor ■■Multi-Purpose Pickup Assembly
This machine does not have the paper level sensor in the cassette.
●● Overview
This machine has the cassette 1 paper sensor (S2) to detect the paper.
The paper in the tray of the manual feed pickup unit is forced against the manual feed pickup
roller by the work of the pickup guide plate, and only a single sheet
Flag of paper is separated and moved into the machine by the work of the manual feed pickup
Cassette 1 Paper Sensor (S2) roller and the separation pad.

Pickup guide plate

Side guide

Manual feed Manual feed pickup tray


pickup roller

F-2-95 Separation pad


Pressure spring
Cassette Paper level Display
F-2-96
paper sensor
OFF paper presence ●● Paper Presence Detection
The paper presence is detected by the Multi-Purpose Tray Paper Presence Sensor.
ON paper absent When the paper absence is detected, if there is the same size & same type paper exists in
other cassette, auto cassette change is executed.
T-2-38

●● Paper Size Detection


This machine does not have the paper size detection detection function. The user must set
the size of the paper in the multi manual feed tray using the operation panel, or the user must
register a fixed size in the user mode.Image masking area is regulated based on the result of
paper width detection so that the image to be reproduced does not beyond the paper width.

2-67
2
Technology > Pickup Feed System > Controls > Multi-Purpose Pickup Assembly
2 Technology > Pickup Feed System > Controls > Fixing / Registration Assembly
2-68
■■Fixing / Registration Assembly M1 M10

●● Registration Control
The registration roller is driven by the main motor (M1).

SL4
In between the registration roller and the main motor is the registration clutch (CL1), servicing Reverse mouth 2
to turn on and off the registration roller so that the paper will be matched in relation to the 2 Way Unit
image on the drum at correct registration.

SL5

Reverse mouth 1 SL3

CL4
M1 CL1

Registration roller S7

F-2-97

F-2-98
Reverse mouth 1: with 2 way unit
Reverse mouth 2: without 2 way unit

2-68
2
Technology > Pickup Feed System > Controls > Fixing / Registration Assembly
2 Technology > Pickup Feed System > Controls > Detecting Jams
2-69
■■Duplex / Delivery Assembly ■■Detecting Jams
●● Duplex Feed Control Jam Code Type Sensor Name Sensor ID
0101 Delay jam Cassette 1 pickup sensor S1
On this machine, the paper is revered outside the machine with using the reverse mouth. 0105 Delay jam Pre-registration sensor S5
Active reverse mouth is determined depending on whether or not the 2 way unit is installed. 0107 Delay jam Fixing outlet sensor S19
Installing the 2 way unit makes the entire paper path longer resulting in higher productivity as 0108 Delay jam No. 1 delivery sensor S12
the number of sheet circulation is increased. 0109 Delay jam No. 2 delivery sensor S42
010A Delay jam Reversal sensor S40
Following is the number of sheet circulation by size.
010D Delay jam Duplex feed sensor S7
Without 2 way unit 0201 Stationary jam Cassette 1 pickup sensor S1
No.1 delivery tray 0205 Stationary jam Pre-registration sensor S5
Besides A4 1 0207 Stationary jam Fixing outlet sensor S19
A4 3 0208 Stationary jam No. 1 delivery sensor S12
0209 Stationary jam No. 2 delivery sensor S42
T-2-39
020A Stationary jam Reversal sensor S40
With 2 way unit 020D Stationary jam Duplex feed sensor S7
No.1 delivery tray No.2 delivery tray 0A01 Power-on jam Cassette 1 pickup sensor S1
All size 3 3 0A05 Power-on jam Pre-registration sensor S5
0A07 Power-on jam Fixing outlet sensor S19
T-2-40
0A08 Power-on jam No. 1 delivery sensor S12
0A09 Power-on jam No. 2 delivery sensor S42
0A0A Power-on jam Reversal sensor S40
0A0D Power-on jam Duplex feed sensor S7
0D91 Wrong size specified Pre-registration sensor S5
T-2-41

2-69
2
Technology > Pickup Feed System > Controls > Detecting Jams
2 Technology > Pickup Feed System > Work of Service > Periodically Servicing
2-70
Work of Service
■■Periodical ServicePeriodical Service
None

■■Consumables
No. Item Parts No. Q'ty Life Remarks
iR2530/2525 iR2530/2525/2520
(550-sheet 1st (250-sheet 1st
cassette type) cassette type)
1 Manual feed pickup FL3-1352 1 150,000
roller sheets
2 Manual feed separation FL3-3469 1 150,000
pad sheets
3 Cassette pickup roller - FL3-1352 1 150,000
(For 250-sheet sheets
cassette)
4 Cassette separation - FL3-1447 1 150,000
pad sheets
(For 250-sheet
cassette)
5 Cassette pickup roller FB6-3405 - *1 or 120,000 *: Quantity
(For 550-sheet 2 sheets indicates
cassette) number of 550
sheets cassette.
6 Cassette transfer roller FC6-7083 - *1 or 120,000 Replace with
(For 550-sheet 2 sheets cassette
cassette) separation pad.
*: Quantity
indicates
number of 550
sheets cassette.
7 Cassette separation FC6-6661 - *1 or 120,000 *: Quantity
roller 2 sheets indicates
(For 550-sheet number of 550
cassette) sheets cassette.
8 Cassette idler gear FU3-0280 - *1 or 120,000 *: Quantity
(Only for 550-sheet 2 sheets indicates
cassette for China) number of 550
sheets cassette.
T-2-42

■■Periodically Servicing
None

2-70
2
Technology > Pickup Feed System > Work of Service > Periodically Servicing
2 Technology > Embedded RDS > Product Overview > Features and benefits
2-71

Embedded RDS ■■Features and benefits


Since high confidentiality is required for the information shown above, it performs
Product Overview communication between a device and a server using HTTPS/SOAP protocol.
E-RDS embedded with a network module in advance can realize a front-end processing
■■Overview of e-Maintenance/ imageWARE Remote system without attaching any extra hardware
equipment.
EMBEDDED RDS(hereafter, referred to as E-RDS) is a network module embedded with
customer's device, and enables e-Maintenance/ imageWARE Remote (Remote Diagnosis
System), which can collects and transmits status changes, counter values, error log and
consumable information such as toner low/ out of the device to UGW via Internet.

The following device information / status can be monitored.


• Service Mode Counter (Billing counts)
• Parts Counter
• Mode Counter
• Firmware Info.
• Device Condition log
• Service Call Error log
• Jam log
• Status changes (Toner low/ out, etc.)

Internet
Communication with UGW using HTTPS/SOAP

UGW
Firewall

DNS server Proxy server

Intranet

Conceptual diagram of e-Maintenance/ imageWARE Remote by E-RDS F-2-99

2-71
2
Technology > Embedded RDS > Product Overview > Features and benefits
2 Technology > Embedded RDS > E-RDS Setup > Network settings
2-72
E-RDS Setup ■■Network settings
To monitor a Copier/ MFP with e-Maintenance/ imageWARE Remote, the following settings Based on the results of the information obtained in (2) Advance preparations, make the iR
are required. device network related settings in accordance with the following procedures.

■■Advance preparations ●● IP Address Settings


a. Move on to Settings/ Registration > System Settings > Network Settings > TCP/IP Settings
(1) Advance confirmation
> IPv4 Settings > IP Address Settings.
Confirm with the UGW administrator that the device to be monitored with e-Maintenance/
imageWARE Remote is registered in the UGW.

(2) Advance preparations


Interview the user's system administrator in advance to find out the following information
about the network.

Information item 1
IP address settings
• Automatic setting (DHCP, RARP, BOOTP)
• Manual setting IP address, subnet mask and gateway address to be set

F-2-100
Information item 2 b. Set the IP address, based on the information obtained under (2) Advance preparations,
Is there a DNS server in use? Information item 1, described above.
If there is a DNS server in use, find out the following. • For automatic acquisition, select from [DHCP], [RARP], [BOOTP].
• Primary DNS server address • For manual setting, set the following by numeric keys.
• Secondary DNS server address • IP Address Example) 172. 001. 016. 200
• Subnet Mask Example) 255. 255. 255. 0
Information item 3 • Gateway Address Example) 172. 001. 016. 254
Is there a proxy server?
If there is a proxy server in use, find out the following.
• Proxy server address
• Port No. for proxy server

Information item 4
Is proxy server authentication required?
If proxy server authentication is required, find out the following.
• User name and password required for proxy authentication

F-2-101

2-72
2
Technology > Embedded RDS > E-RDS Setup > Network settings
2 Technology > Embedded RDS > E-RDS Setup > Network settings
2-73
c. Press [OK]. 1) Select Primary DNS Server, and then set the DNS server address.
Example) 172. 001.016. 010
d. Press [Done].

●● DNS Settings
e. Move on to Settings/ Registration > System Settings > Network Settings > TCP/IP Settings
> IPv4 Settings > DNS Server.

F-2-104
2) If secondary DNS server is set, select and set Secondary DNS Server address.
3) 4) press [OK].

• If DNS host name is used, select DNS Host Name/Domain Name Settings, and then
specify the host name.
F-2-102

f. Set the DNS settings, based on the information obtained under (2) Advance preparations, • If a DHCP server is established and DNS Dynamic Update Settings is not applied, reserve
Information item 2, described above. the fix IP address to said device.
• Select DNS Server Address Settings, if IP addresses are specified directly.
g. Press [Done].

F-2-103

2-73
2
Technology > Embedded RDS > E-RDS Setup > Network settings
2 Technology > Embedded RDS > E-RDS Setup > Network settings
2-74
●● Proxy Settings 4) If proxy authentication is required, press [Authentication Settings].
h. If proxy server is set, move on to Setting/ Registration > System Settings > Network 5) Set the Proxy Authentication Settings, based on the information obtained under (2)
Settings > TCP/IP Settings > Proxy Settings. Advance preparations, Information item 4, described above.
• Select [ON] in Use Proxy Authentication.
• Enter User name and Password, and then press [OK].

F-2-105

i. Set the Proxy Settings, based on the information obtained under (2) Advance preparations, F-2-107

Information item 3, described above. 6) Press [OK].


1) Select [ON] in Use Proxy.
2) Select Server Address, and then set the Proxy server address. j. Press [Done].
Example) proxy.canon.com
3) Enter Port Number. k. Press Reset button to quit the Setting/ Registration.
Example) 80 (1- 65535)
l. Turn the device power OFF/ ON.

F-2-106

2-74
2
Technology > Embedded RDS > E-RDS Setup > Network settings
2 Technology > Embedded RDS > E-RDS Setup > Steps to E-RDS Settings
2-75
■■Steps to E-RDS Settings The example of the service mode indication screen

Locations of the user interface which performs E-RDS Settings from the servicemode is as
follows.
• #E-RDS > E-RDS SWITCH
• #E-RDS > RGW-ADDRESS
• #E-RDS > RGW-PORT
• #E-RDS > COM-TEST
• #E-RDS > COM-LOG
• #CLEAR > ERDS-DAT
• #CLEAR > CA-KEY
Item String format Description F-2-108
#E-RDS > 1 byte 0: Disable/ 1:Enable e-Maintenance/ imageWARE Remote
OK Key
E-RDS SWITCH system to send device information, counter data, error #E-RDS #E-RDS
statuses to the UGW. E-RDS SWITCH 001 1
Default value is 0 (not in use)
Key
#E-RDS > 129 bytes URL of UGW (default) :
OK Key
RGW-ADDRESS (SJIS not allowed) https://a01.ugwdevice.net/ugw/agentif010 #E-RDS #RGW-ADDRESS :A
#E-RDS > 2 bytes The UGW Port Number by default : 443 RGW-ADDRESS https://a01.ugwdevi..
RGW-PORT Validation: 1~ 65,535 Key
#E-RDS > Perform Communication test with UGW and set "OK"/ "NG"
as the result #E-RDS OK Key #RGW-PORT
COM-TEST
RGW-PORT 001 443
#E-RDS > Detailed communication log displays the last 5 error
COM-LOG information, consisting of data, error code, and error Key
reasons up to now
Max 5 latest loggings retained #E-RDS OK Key #E-RDS
Max 128 characters for Error information. COM-TEST COM-TEST OK
#CLEAR > Reset E-RDS settings Key
ERDS-DAT
#CLEAR > After executing #CLEAR > CA-KEY, if the power is turned #E-RDS OK Key No:1 Ecode:870F2052
CA-KEY OFF and then ON, CA certificate file is automatically COM-LOG 2009 03/24 11:56
installed.
F-2-109
T-2-43

Hereafter, the procedure of enabling E-RDS application is shown.

a. Enter servicemode and select #CLEAR > ERDS-DAT, and then touch [OK].
After executing the procedure a. (#CLEAR > ERDS-DAT), install or delete the CA certificate
file as necessary, and then turn OFF and then ON the power.
• Installation of CA certificate file: Use SST to install.
• Deletion of CA certificate file: Execute #CLEAR > CA-KEY. (CA certificate file is
automatically installed.)

2-75
2
Technology > Embedded RDS > E-RDS Setup > Steps to E-RDS Settings
2 Technology > Embedded RDS > E-RDS Setup > Initializing E-RDS settings
2-76
b. Select #E-RDS SWITCH、 and set value " 1" then touch [OK]. The communication with ■■Initializing E-RDS settings
UGW is enabled by the above setting.
It is possible to return E-RDS Settings to factory-shipments value.
• 0 : OFF( initial value): e-Maintenance/ imageWARE Remote is disabled.
• 1 : ON: e-Maintenance/ imageWARE Remote is enabled
1) Select #CLEAR ERDS-DAT by using Left/ Right allow key.
2) When [OK] is touched, a confirmation message "OK?" is displayed.
3) If agree upon initialization, following E-RDS settings, internal data, and Alarm filtering
The following settings i.e. RGW-PORT and RGW-ADR in servicemode must not be information will be purged.
change unless there are specific instructions to do so. Changing these values will cause
• #E-RDS > E-RDS SWITCH
error in communication with UGW.
• #E-RDS > RGW-ADDRESS
• #E-RDS > RGW-PORT
• #E-RDS > COM-LOG
c. Select COM-TEST and then touch [OK]. This initiates the communication test between
the device and the UGW. If the communication is successful, OK is displayed. If NG (failed)
appears, refer to the troubleshooting guide and repeat until OK! is displayed.
In case of replacing the CA certificate file, even #CLEAR is executed, the status is not
MEMO: returned to the factory default.
The communication results with UGW can be distinguished by referring to the
When installing the certificate file other than the factory default CA certificate file, it is
communication log. By performing the communication test with UGW, E-RDS acquires
schedule information and starts monitoring and meter reads operation. required to delete the certificate file after E-RDS initialization and install the factory

■■Communication log
(1) COM-LOG
• #E-RDS COM-LOG
Move on to COM-TEST by using Left/ Right allow key.

The maximum 5 records logged


Only for the head portion of the error details written on COM-LOG is displayed.

(2) Details of communication log


You can use communication log to verify that a detailed error code SOAP method name,
etc. are displayed at the time of communication test failure.
• By pressing ? key or OK key, progressive information (generating date/ time of error) is
displayed.
• Error details will be displayed when OK key is again pressed in the state line where
generating time is displayed.

Error information: within maximum 128 character strings (NULL is not included).
Refer to the error list for the message strings displayed on the COM-LOG.

2-76
2
Technology > Embedded RDS > E-RDS Setup > Initializing E-RDS settings
2 Technology > Embedded RDS > FAQ
2-77
FAQ authentication with E-RDS can be done.

Q1: Registration information of an E-RDS is once deleted from the UGW server, and is re- Q7: Can I turn the device power off during the e-Maintenance/ imageWARE Remote system
registered after that. If a communication test is not carried out, then device information on operation?
the UGW becomes invalid. A7: While operating the e-Maintenance/ imageWARE Remote system, the power of the
A1: When registration of the E-RDS is deleted from the UGW, the status will be changed to device must be ON. If power OFF is needed, do not leave the device power OFF for
that the communication test has not completed because related information has lost from long time. It will become "Device is busy, try later" errors if the power supply of network
a database. So, device information will also become invalid if that condition will be left for equipment such as HUB is made prolonged OFF.
seven days without carrying out the communication test.
Q8: Describe about the behavior of E-RDS while enabling the Real Deep Sleep functionality.
Q2: A communication test with the UGW results NG! A8: While being in Real Deep Sleep, and if data to be sent is in E-RDS, the system wakes up
A2: On the conditions which have not changed a server's address or port number, the asleep, then starts to send the data to the UGW. The system also waits for completion of
following cases can be considered in the case where a communication test serves as NG. data transmission and let the device to shift to asleep status again. However, transition time
1. Name resolution was failed due to an incorrect host name or DNS server has been to the Real Deep Sleep depends on the device, and the transition to sleep won't be done if
halted. the next data transmission will be done within 10 minutes.
2. Network cable is blocked off.
3. Proxy server settings is not correct. Q9: Is E-RDS compatible with Section counter (Department counter)?
A9: No, E-RDS does not support Section counter.
Q3: Let me know the interval of data transmitting from E-RDS to the UGW, and what data
size is sent to the UGW? Q10: Is E-RDS operation possible to a device which used IPv6?
A3: The schedule of data transmitting, the start time are determined by settings in the A10: It depends on UGW side, however IPv6 has not been supported by UGW3.0.
UGW side. The timing is once per 16 hours by default, and counter data volume could be
maximum 250 bytes.

Q4: Does error-retry carry out at the time of a communication error with the UGW?
A4: The retry of SOAP communication is performed as follows. As for postAlert data, three
times of data which failed transmitting to the UGW by some external causes can be
stored in RAMDISK, and will be resent at the predetermined intervals. Moreover, the data
which failed in transmission is resent at the predetermined intervals at the time of SOAP
transmitting error generating at the time of a jam log and service call log transmission.

Q5: How many log-data can be stored?


A5: Up to 5 log records can be accumulated. The data size of error information is maximum
128 bytes.

Q6: Although Microsoft ISA as a proxy server is introduced, the authentication check is failed.
Can E-RDS adopt with Microsoft ISA?
A6: "Integrated" authentication is used for Microsoft ISA though, E-RDS must comply
with "Basic." Therefore if you can change to "Basic" authentication on the server, the

2-77
2
Technology > Embedded RDS > FAQ
2 Technology > Embedded RDS > Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting
2-78
Troubleshooting 3) Confirmation from another PC connected to same network.
a) Request the user to ping the main unit from a PC connected to same network.
■■Troubleshooting Does the main unit respond?
YES: Proceed to Step 4).
When the communication test with UGW is NG, trouble shooting is performed according to
NO: Confirm the details of the main unit's IP address and subnet mask settings.
the following steps.

4) Confirm DNS connection


No.1 A communication test (COM-TEST) results NG
a) Settings/ Registration > System Settings > Network Settings > TCP/ IP Settings > IPv4
Causes: Initial settings or network conditions is incomplete.
Settings > DNS Server > DNS Server Address Settings, and note down both the primary
Remedy1:
and secondary DNS server addresses.
1) Check network connections
Is the status indicator LED for the HUB port to which the main unit is connected ON?
b) Press Reset key.
YES: Proceed to Step 2).
NO: Check that the network cable is properly connected.
c) Settings/ Registration > System Settings > Network Settings > TCP/ IP Settings > IPv4
Settings > PING command. Input the primary DNS server noted down in step a) as the IP
2) Confirm loop back address
address, and then touch Start.
a) Settings/ Registration > System Settings > Network Settings > TCP/ IP Settings > IPv4
Settings > PING Command. Input 127.0.0.1, and touch the Start button.
Is the response from the host displayed?
YES: Proceed to Remedy2.
NO: Input the secondary DNS server noted down in step a) as the IP address, and
then touch Start.

Is the response from the host displayed?


YES: Proceed to Remedy2.
NO: There is a possibility that the DNS server address is wrong. Reconfirm the
address with the user's system administrator.

Remedy2: Troubleshooting using communication log


a) Enter Servicemode > #E-RDS > COM-LOG, and the following communication log will be
F-2-110
displayed. Maximum 5 records are logged.
Is the response from the host displayed?
YES: Proceed to Step 3). No:1 Ecode:840F2003
2009 01/09 17:27
NO: There is a possibility that the main unit's network settings are wrong. Check the
details of the IPv4 settings once more.
b) Select a log line and touch OK, then move on to log details.
*Network is not rea
dy , try later : get

2-78
2
Technology > Embedded RDS > Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting
2 Technology > Embedded RDS > Troubleshooting > Error code and strings
2-79
No.2 A communication test results NG! even if network setting is set properly. ■■Error code and strings
Cause: No proper firmware has been installed, or E-RDS settings have not been completed.
The error information appeared to a communication test log is as follows.
Remedy: The following points should be checked.
( Here, "server" means UGW)
1) Check the firmware compatibility of device.
2) Check network conditions such as proxy server settings and so on.
By error list, error No.1 and No.2 display only an error character strings.
3) Check E-RDS setting.
Error No 3 henceforth, these are displayed in the following form.
a) Check the communication log from COM-LOG.
[*][Error character strings] : [Method name] [Server side detailed error]
b) If RGW-ADR or RGW-PORT setting has changed, restore default value by Servicemode
*: Error character strings head "*" is added to the error generated by the communication
> #CLEAR > ERDS-DAT.
test.
c) If CA certificate file has changed, restore the original certificate file installed at the factory
shipment to the device by using a service support tool.
No. Code Error character Causes Remedy
strings
No.3 There was a log, indicating "Network is not ready, try later (No.22)" in error 1 0500 SUSPEND: The communication test Select and perform Servicemode >
details of COM-LOG list. 0003 Communication had not been performed, #E-RDS > COM-TEST.

Causes: A certain problem occurred in networking. test is not though E-RDS is enabled.
performed.
Remedy: Check and take actions mentioned below.
2 0xxx Event Registration Processing (event Turn the device OFF/ ON. If the error
1) Check networking conditions and connections.
00f2 is Failed processing) within the persists, replace the device system
2) Turn on the power supply of a device and perform a communication test (Servicemode > device has failed. software. (Upgrade)
#E-RDS > COM-TEST about 60 seconds later. 3 8xxx URL Scheme The header of the URL of Check that the value of Service mode
2001 error(not https) the registered UGW is not > #E-RDS > RGW-ADR is https://a01.
in https format. ugwdevice.net/ugw/agentif010.
No.4 "Unknown error" is displayed though a communication test has done 4 8xxx Server connection Displayed in the event of Check the network connection, as per
successfully. 200A error a TCP/IP communication the initial procedures described in the
fault. Also displayed when troubleshooting.
Causes: A certain problem was in the server side, or possibly a network load has been
an attempt is made at
added.
communication with the
Remedy: The following points should be checked.
device IP address not set.
1) Change data transmission schedules, and then see how things going. 5 8xxx URL server A URL different to that Check that the value of Service mode
2) Try again after a period of time. If the same error persists, check the UGW status with a 2002 specified is illegal specified by the UGW has > #E-RDS > RGW-ADR can be https://
network and UGW administrator. been set. a01.ugwdevice.net/ugw/agentif010.
6 8xxx Proxy connection Could not connect to proxy Check proxy server address and re-
2014 error server due to improper enter as needed.
address.
7 8xxx Proxy Proxy authentication is Check the user name and password
201E authentication failed. required in order to login to the proxy,
error and re-enter as needed.

2-79
2
Technology > Embedded RDS > Troubleshooting > Error code and strings
2 Technology > Embedded RDS > Troubleshooting > Error code and strings
2-80
No. Code Error character Causes Remedy No. Code Error character Causes Remedy
strings strings
8 8xxx Proxy address Could not connect to Check that the proxy server name is 14 8xxx Server response Displayed when Try again after a period of time. If
2015 resolution error proxy server due to name correct. If the proxy server name is 2004 error (NULL) communication with UGW the same error occurs again, check
resolution error. correct, check the DNS connection, has been successful, but the UGW status with the UGW
as per the troubleshooting initial an error of some sort has administrator.
procedures. prevented UGW from
9 8xxx Server certificate No route certificate Install the latest device system responding. When (Null)
2028 error installed in device. - software. (Upgrade) is displayed at the end of
Certificate other than the message, this indicates
that initially registered that there has been
in the user's operating an error in the HTTPS
environment is being used, communication method.
but has not been registered 15 8xxx Server Displayed when Try again after a period of time
with the device 2004 response error communication with UGW and also check detailed error code
10 8xxx Server certificate The server certificate Check that Service mode > #E-RDS (Hexadecimal]) has been successful, but (hexadecimal) from UGW displayed
2029 verify error verification error occurred. > RGW-ADDRESS can be https:// [Error details in an error of some sort has after the message.
(URL check error) a01.ugwdevice.net/ugw/agentif010.is UGW ] *1 prevented UGW from
correct. responding.(Hexadecimal)
11 8xxx Server certificate The device time and Check that the device time and date displayed at the end of the
2046 expired date is outside of the are correctly set. If the device time and message is an error code
certificated period.-T he date are correct, upgrade to the latest returned by UGW. In the
route certificate registered system software. case of this kind of error
with the device has only, [Server detailed error]
expired. Certificate other is displayed at the end of
than that initially registered the error information.
in the user's operating 16 8xxx Device internal An internal error, such as Switch the device power OFF/ ON or
environment is being used, 0101 error memory unavailable, etc., replace the device system software.
but has not been registered - has occurred during a (Upgrade)
with the device. 0A01 device internal error phase.
12 8xxx Unknown error Some other kind of Try again after a period of time. If 17 8xxx Server schedule is During the communication When the error occurs, report the
2000 communication error has persists, check the UGW status with 0201- invalid test, there has been details to the support section, then,
occurred. the UGW administrator. 0204, some kind of error in the after the UGW side has responded, try
13 8xxx SOAP Fault SOAP communication error Check that the value of Service mode 0206 schedule values passed the communication test again.
2063 has occurred. > #E-RDS > RGW-PORT can be 443. from UGW.
18 8xxx Server response Due to network congestion, If this error occurs when the
2047 time out etc., the response from communication test is being run, wait
UGW does not come within some time and run the test again.
the specified time. (HTTPS
level time out)

2-80
2
Technology > Embedded RDS > Troubleshooting > Error code and strings
2 Technology > Embedded RDS > Troubleshooting > Error code and strings
2-81
No. Code Error character Causes Remedy No. Code Error character Causes Remedy
strings strings
19 8xxx Service not found There is a mistake in the Check that the value of Service mode 28 xxxx SUSPEND: Internal error occurred at Turn the device power OFF/ ON.
2048 UGW URL, and UGW > Function > Install > RGW-ADDRESS xxxx Initialize Failure! the initiating E-RDS.
cannot be accessed. (Path can be https://a01.ugwdevice.net/ugw/ 29 8300 SRAM version Improper value is written Turn the device power OFF/ ON.
is wrong) agentif010 0306 unmatched! in at the head of SRAM
20 8xxx E-RDS switch is A communication test has Set Service mode > #E-RDS > E-RDS domain of E-RDS.
0003 set OFF been attempted with the SWITCH to 1, and then run Service 30 8xxx Device is busy, try The semaphore Wait a while then rerun the test.
E-RDS switch being OFF mode > Function > Install > COM- 0304 later consumption error at the
TEST. time of a communication
21 8xxx Server schedule is Blank schedule data have Check the device settings status with test.
0003 not exist been received from UGW. the UGW administrator. 31 8xxx Internal Schedule The schedule data in the Perform a communication test.
22 8xxx Network is not Communication attempted Check the network connection, as per 0207 is broken inside of E-RDS is not
2003 ready, try later without confirming the troubleshooting initial procedures. - right.
network connection, just Run Service mode > #E-RDS > COM- 0208
after booting up a device TEST about 60 seconds after turn on 32 8xxx Operation is not Method which E-RDS is Contact help desk
in which the network the device. 0004 supported not supporting attempted.
preparations are not ready. *1. [Hexadecimal ] indicates an error code returned from UGW. T-2-44

(Network connection not [Error strings]: indicates error details returned from UGW.
established within 60
seconds of device boot
up.)
23 8xxx URL error The data which is not URL Check Servicemode > #E-RDS
2052 is inputted into URL field. RGW-ADDRESS can be https://a01.
ugwdevice.net/ugw/agentif010.
If not, enter the correct URL strings in
URL description field..

24 8xxx Server address Server address name Check Servicemode > #E-RDS >
200B resolution error resolution has failed. RGW-ADDRESS can be https://a01.
ugwdevice.net/ugw/agentif010.
25 0xxx Communication Communication test has Perform and complete a
0003 test is not not completed communication test.
performed
26 8xxx Server specified Alert filtering error: The The number of elements of alert
0221 list is too big number of elements of the filtering is specified correctly.
list specified by the server
is over restriction value.
27 8xxx Server specified Alert filtering error: Unjust The element of alert filtering is
0222 list is wrong value is included in the specified with the right value.
element of the list specified
by the server.

2-81
2
Technology > Embedded RDS > Troubleshooting > Error code and strings
2 Technology > Embedded RDS > Service cautions
2-82
■■Com-Log Report Service cautions
The report output of the communication error logging information on five affairs can be carried After performing the following service activities it is necessary to perform Service mode
out. #CLEAR > ERDS-DAT and #E-RDS.
Failure to do so will result that the counter transmitting value to the UGW may become
#REPORT > #REPORT OUTPUT > ERDS COM LOG LIST unusual.
• System upgrade
Output sample • HDD format and system installation
01/17 2009 10:14 • COPIER > Function > Clear > MN-CONT
**************************** Also, after replacing the main controller board, all settings must be reprogrammed.
*** E-RDS-COM-LOG ***
****************************
The following settings in service mode must not be change unless there are specific
No.01 DATE 05 18 2009 TIME 03:21 CODE 05000003 instructions to do so. Changing these values will cause error in communication with UGW.
Information SUSPEND: Communication test is not performed.
Service mode Default
No.02 DATE 05 18 2009 TIME 03:21 CODE 00000000 #E-RDS > RGW-PORT 443
Information SUNSEND: mode changed. #E-RDS > RGW-ADDRESS https://a01.ugwdevice.net/ugw/agentif010
T-2-45
No.03 DATE 05 18 2009 TIME 03:18 CODE 05000003
Information SUSPEND: Communication test is not performed.

No.04 DATE 05 18 2009 TIME 03:18 CODE 00000000


Information SUNSEND: mode changed.

No.05 DATE 05 18 2009 TIME 01:56 CODE 05000003


Information SUSPEND: Communication test is not performed.

2-82
2
Technology > Embedded RDS > Service cautions
3 Periodical Service

■Consumable Parts and Cleaning Parts

3
Periodical Service
3 Periodical Service > Consumable Parts and Cleaning Parts
3-2

Consumable Parts and Cleaning Parts


●: Replaced (consumables) Δ: Cleaned
No. System Items Parts No. Q’ty Life Interval Counter of Remarks Reference
consumables
iR2530/2525 iR2530/2525/2520
(550-sheet 1st (250-sheet 1st
cassette type) cassette type)

1 Image Waste toner container FM3-9276 1 80,000 ● DRBL-1 WST-TNR Defined by 6% document p. 4-37
formation sheets
2 system Transfer guide - 1 120,000 Δ - - Wipe with dry cloth. -
sheets
3 Transfer roller FC9-0693 1 240,000 ● DRBL-1 TR-ROLL p. 4-37
sheets
4 Separation static charge FM3-9296 1 240,000 ● DRBL-1 SP-SC-EL p. 4-37
eliminator sheets
5 Developing Assembly FM3-9263 1 500,000 ● DRBL-1 DVG-CYL p. 4-39
sheets
6 Fixing Fixing inlet guide - 1 120,000 Δ - - Wipe with dry cloth. If dirt cannot -
system sheets come off, wipe it with alcohol.
7 Fixing unit 120V for US: FM4-3367 1 150,000 ● DRBL-1 FX-UNIT p. 4-41
120V for TW: FM4-8443 sheets
230V for KR/EU: FM3-9381
230V for except for KR/EU: FM4-
8445

3-2
3
Periodical Service > Consumable Parts and Cleaning Parts
3 Periodical Service > Consumable Parts and Cleaning Parts
3-3
No. System Items Parts No. Q’ty Life Interval Counter of Remarks Reference
consumables
iR2530/2525 iR2530/2525/2520
(550-sheet 1st (250-sheet 1st
cassette type) cassette type)

9 Pickup Cassette pickup roller FB6-3405 *1or 2 120,000 ● DRBL-1 C1-PU-RL, *: Quantity indicates number of p. 4-42
feed (For 550-sheet cassette) FC7-9381 (For CHN) sheets C2-PU-RL, 550 sheets cassette.
C3-PU-RL,
system
C4-PU-RL
10 Cassette feed roller FC6-7083 *1or 2 120,000 ● DRBL-1 - Replace with cassette separation p. 4-42
(For 550-sheet cassette) FC7-9502 (For CHN) sheets pad.
*: Quantity indicates number of
550 sheets cassette.
11 Cassette separation roller FC6-6661 *1or 2 120,000 ● DRBL-1 C1-SP-RL, *: Quantity indicates number of p. 4-43
(For 550-sheet cassette) sheets C2-SP-RL, 550 sheets cassette.
C3-SP-RL,
C4-SP-RL
12 Cassette idler gear FU3-0280 *1or 2 120,000 ● DRBL-1 - *: Quantity indicates number of p. 4-43
(Only for 550-sheet cassette for sheets 550 sheets cassette.
China)
13 Cassette pickup roller - FL3-1352 1 150,000 ● DRBL-1 C1-PU-RL p. 4-41
(For 250-sheet cassette) sheets
14 Cassette separation pad - FL3-1447 1 150,000 ● DRBL-1 C1-SP-PD p. 4-42
(For 250-sheet cassette) sheets
15 Manual feed pickup roller FL3-1352 1 150,000 ● DRBL-1 M-PU-RL p. 4-39
sheets
16 Manual feed separation pad FL3-3469 1 150,000 ● DRBL-1 M-SP-PD p. 4-40
sheets
T-3-1

3-3
3
Periodical Service > Consumable Parts and Cleaning Parts
3 Periodical Service > Consumable Parts and Cleaning Parts
3-4

[1] Transfer roller


[2] Separation static eliminator
[3] Waste toner container
[4] Drum unit
[1] [5] Developing assembly
[2] [6] Manual feed pickup roller
[7] Manual feed separation pad
[8] Fixing unit
[9] Cassette pickup roller (250-sheet 1st cassette model)
[6] [10] Cassette separation pad (250-sheet 1st cassette model)
[4] [11] Cassette pickup roller (550-sheet 1st cassette model)
[12] Cassette feed roller (550-sheet 1st cassette model)
[13] Cassette separation roller (550-sheet 1st cassette model)
[14] Idler gear (for China)

[7]
[8]

[14]
[12]

[13]

[5] [11]
[3]

[10] [9]

F-3-1

3-4
3
Periodical Service > Consumable Parts and Cleaning Parts
3 Periodical Service > Cleaning Parts
3-5

Cleaning Parts

Fixing
guide

Transfer
guide

F-3-2

3-5
3
Periodical Service > Cleaning Parts
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning

■List

of Parts
■External Covers

■Main Units / Parts

■Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement

■PCBs

■Solenoids

■Motors

■Fans

■Switches

■Clutches

■Other

4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of Covers
4-2

List of Parts
Symbol Part name Part number Reference
List of Covers [1] Reader Left Cover FC9-1641 p. 4-14
[2] DADF (Optional or Standard) - -
[2] [3] Reader Front Cover FC9-1748 p. 4-14
[3]
[4] Control Panel FM3-9356 (TW) -
FM3-9354 (UL,AU)
FM3-9355 (CN)
[1] FM3-9357 (KR)
[4]
FM3-9358 (EUR)
[5] Support Cover - p. 4-14
[6] Delivery Tray FC9-0513 p. 4-15
[7] Front Cover FM3-9256 p. 4-15
[8] Cassette 1 - -
[9] Cassette 2 (Only for the Cassette - -
2 standard model)
[10] Lower Left Cover 550-sheet 1st cassette type: FC9- p. 4-16
0506
[5] 250-sheet 1st cassette type : FC9-
1001
[11] Left Cover FM3-9338 p. 4-16
[6] [12] Inside Base Cover FC9-0520 p. 4-17
[14] [13] Rear Left Cover FC9-0523 p. 4-18
[14] Toner Supply Cover FC9-0571,FC9-0568 p. 4-19
[13]
T-4-1
[7]

[12]

[9]
[11] [8]

[10]

F-4-1

4-2
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of Covers
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of Covers
4-3

[16] Symbol Part name Part number Reference


[15]
[15] Reader Right Cover FC9-1640 p. 4-20
[16] Platen Glass AB/INCH SIZE: FL3-3143 p. 4-20
[17]
A/INCH SIZE: FL3-3190
A SIZE: FL3-3191
AB SIZE: FL3-3155
[17] Reader Rear Cover FC9-1749 p. 4-20
[18] Rear Cover (Right) FC9-0525 p. 4-21
[19] Rear Cover (Left) FC9-0524 p. 4-22
[20] Right Cover (Upper Rear) FC9-0572 p. 4-22
[21] Right Cover (Lower Rear) 550-sheet 1st cassette type : FC9- p. 4-22
0527
[23] 250-sheet 1st cassette type : FC9-
1008-000
[22] Manual Feed Pickup Tray FM3-9285 -
[23] Right Cover FM3-9284 (With No.2 Deleivery Unit) p. 4-24
[18]
FM3-9380 (Without No.2 Deleivery
Unit)
[24] Lower Rear Cover 550-sheet 1st cassette type: FC9- p. 4-22
0507
250-sheet 1st cassette type: FC9-
1002
[25] Cassette 2 Rear Cover FC9-4682 p. 4-23
T-4-2

[22]
[24]
[20]
[19]
[25]
[21]

F-4-2

4-3
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of Covers
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of Main Units / Parts
4-4
List of Main Units / Parts
[6] Symbol Part name Part number Reference
[1] Right Cover Assembly FM3-9284 (With No.2 Deleivery Unit) p. 4-24
FM3-9380 (Without No.2 Deleivery Unit)
[2] Casstte Pickup Assembly FM3-9372 p. 4-26
[5] [1] p. 4-27
[3] Laser Scanner Unit FM3-9406 p. 4-28
[4] Toner Supply Assembly FM3-9428 p. 4-29
[5] CIS Unit FM3-9430 p. 4-31
[6] No.2 Deleivery Assembly FM3-9314 -
[7] Platen Glass AB/INCH SIZE: FL3-3143 p. 4-32
[4]
A/INCH SIZE: FL3-3190
A SIZE: FL3-3191
AB SIZE: FL3-3155
[10] [8] ADF Scan Glass FL3-3144 p. 4-33
[9] Control Panel Assembly FM3-9354 (UL, AU) p. 4-34
FM3-9358 (EU)
[10] Multi Pickup Assembly FM3-9285 p. 4-35
T-4-3

[3]
[2]
[7]
[8]

[9]

F-4-3

4-4
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of Main Units / Parts
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of PCBs
4-5
List of PCBs
Symbol Part name Main unit Part number Reference
PCB1 Main Controller - iR2520: FM4-6215 p. 4-44
PCB5d PCB iR2525: FM4-6216
iR2530 :FM4-6217
PCB2 Reader Relay PCB - FM4-2860 p. 4-44
PCB5c PCB3 Power Supply PCB - 550-sheet 1st cassette type, p. 4-45
PCB5a 120V: FM4-4195
550-sheet 1st cassette type,
230V: FM3-9258
PCB5b
PCB18 250-sheet 1st cassette type,
120V: FM4-3374
250-sheet 1st cassette type,
230V: FM3-9361
PCB4 DC Controller PCB - 550-sheet 1st cassette type: p. 4-45
FM4-2864
PCB2 250-sheet 1st cassette type:
FM4-2865
PCB4 PCB5a LCD Unit Control Panel FL3-3204 -
Assembly
PCB17
PCB5b 1/4 Inverter PCB Control Panel FM2-2753 -
Assembly
PCB15 PCB5c Control Panel CPU Control Panel FM4-2854 -
PCB14 PCB Assembly
PCB1
PCB5d Key Top PCB Control Panel FM4-2855 -
PCB16 Assembly Assembly
PCB6 PCB6 HVT PCB - FM4-2872 p. 4-46
PCB13 PCB7 Option Power - 120V: FK2-9187 p. 4-46
Supply PCB 230V: FK2-9188
PCB10 Heater PCB - 120V: FM4-2857 p. 4-47
PCB11 PCB3 230V: FM4-2858
PCB11 NCU PCB FAX Assembly FM4-3344 (Except for TWN) -
PCB7 FM4-3345 (TWN)
PCB12
PCB12 Modular PCB FAX Assembly FM4-3347 (120V) -
FM4-3348 (230V)
PCB10 PCB13 Pseudo-CI PCB FAX Assembly FM2-2765 -
PCB14 Laser Driver PCB Laser Scanner Unit FM3-9406 -
PCB15 BD PCB Laser Scanner Unit FM3-9406 -
PCB16 RAM PCB Main Controller PCB 256MB: FM4-3349 p. 4-48
512MB: FM4-3350
PCB17 Modem PCB Main Controller PCB FM4-3341 (Except for CHN)
FM4-3342 (CHN)
PCB18 No.2 Delivery - FM4-2886 -
Reversal PCB
F-4-4 T-4-4

4-5
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of PCBs
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of Solenoids
4-6
List of Solenoids
Symbol Part name Main unit Part number Reference
SL1 Pickup Solenoid Casstte Pickup FK2-0408 -
Assembly
SL2 Manual Feed Pickup Solenoid Multi Pick-up Assembly FK2-1410 -
SL3 No. 1 Delivery Reversal - FK2-9195 -
Solenoid
SL4 Reversal Solenoid No.2 Deleivery FH6-5095
Assembly
SL5 No. 2 Delivery Solenoid No.2 Deleivery FL3-3151
SL3 Assembly
T-4-5

SL4
SL5

SL2

SL1

F-4-5

4-6
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of Solenoids
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of Sensors
4-7
List of Sensors

S36
S36 (A/INCH)
(AB/INCH)

S37

S33 S41
S12 S32 S42
S34 S40

S11 S31 S35

S9
S19 S7

TS2 S8 S6

S1
S5
S16 S2
TS1
S3
S4

HU1
S17
S18

F-4-6 F-4-7

4-7
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of Sensors
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of Sensors
4-8
Symbol Part name Main unit Part number Reference
iR2530/2525 iR2530/2525/2520
(550-sheet 1st (250-sheet 1st
cassette type) cassette type)
S1 Cassette 1 Pickup - Casstte Pickup WG8-5836 -
Sensor Assembly
S2 Cassette 1 Paper Sensor Casstte Pickup WG8-5836 -
Assembly
S3 Cassette 1 Paper - Cassette pick- WG8-5836 -
Level Sensor A up assembly
S4 Cassette 1 Paper - Cassette pick- WG8-5836 -
Level Sensor B up assembly
S5 Pre-Registration Sensor - WG8-5836 -
S6 Loop Sensor - WG8-5836 -
S7 Duplex Feed Sensor - WG8-5836 -
S8 Manual Feeder Paper Size Sensor Multi Pick-up WG8-5836 -
Assembly
S9 Manual Feeder Paper Sensor Multi Pick-up WG8-5836 -
Assembly
S11 No.1 Delivery Full Sensor - WG8-5836 -
S12 No.1 Delivery Sensor - WG8-5836 -
S16 Toner Cover Open/Closed Sensor - WG8-5836 -
S17 Waste Toner Full Sensor - WG8-5836 -
S18 Front Cover Open/Closed Sensor - WG8-5836 -
S19 Fixing Outlet Sensor Fixing WG8-5836 -
Assembly
S31 CIS Hp Sensor - WG8-5696 -
S32 Copyboard Cover Open/Closed Sensor 0 - WG8-5696 -
S33 Copyboard Cover Open/Closed Sensor 1 - WG8-5696 -
S34 Original Size Sensor 0 - FH7-7569 -
S35 Original Size Sensor 1 - FH7-7569 -
S36 Original Size Sensor 2 - FH7-7569 -
S37 Original Size Sensor 3 - FH7-7569 -
S40 Reversal Sensor No.2 Deleivery WG8-5836 -
Assembly
S41 No. 2 Delivery Full Sensor No.2 Deleivery WG8-5836 -
Assembly
S42 No. 2 Delivery Sensor No.2 Deleivery WG8-5836 -
Assembly
HU1 Enviorment Sensor - WP2-5264 -
TS1 Developing Unit Toner Sensor Developing WP2-5282 -
Assembly
TS2 Sub Hopper Toner Sensor Developing WP2-5282 -
Assembly
T-4-6

4-8
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of Sensors
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of Motors
4-9
List of Motors
Symbol Part name Main unit Part number Reference
M1 Main Motor - FK2-9141 p. 4-50
M2 Fixing Motor - FK2-9145 p. 4-53
M31 M3 Cassette 1 Pickup Motor - FK2-7327 p. 4-54
M6 Bottle Motor Toner Supply Assembly FK2-9147 -
M7 Hopper Motor Toner Supply Assembly FK2-9147 -
M10 Reversal Motor No.2 Deleivery FK2-9150 p. 4-55
Assembly
M31 Scanner Motor - FK2-1066 -
M10
T-4-7

M2

M1

M6

M7

M3

F-4-8

4-9
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of Motors
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of Fans
4-10
List of Fans
Symbol Part name Main unit Part number Reference
FAN3 Exhaust Fan (Rear) Right Cover Assembly FK2-0360 -
FAN4 Exhaust Fan (Front) Right Cover Assembly FK2-0360 -
FAN6 Power Supply Cooling Fan - FK2-0360 p. 4-56
T-4-8

FAN3

FAN4

FAN6

F-4-9

4-10
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of Fans
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of Switches
4-11
List of Switches
Symbol Part name Main unit Part number Reference
SW2 Front Door Switch - WC4-5242 p. 4-57
SW4 Enviorment Switch - FM4-2876 -
SW6 Cassette Size Detection - WC2-5680 p. 4-58
Switch 1
SW7 Cassette Size Detection - WC2-5680 p. 4-58
Switch 2
T-4-9

SW2

SW4

SW6

SW7

F-4-10

4-11
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of Switches
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of Clutches
4-12
List of Clutches
Symbol Part name Main unit Part number Reference
iR2530/2525 iR2530/2525/2520
(550-sheet 1st (250-sheet 1st cassette
cassette type) type)
CL1 Registration Clutch - FK2-9154 4-60
CL2 Manual Feed Cassette / Manual - FK2-9154 4-60
Pickup Clutch Feed Pickup Clutch
CL3 Developing - FK2-9154 4-60
Cylinder Clutch
CL4 Duplex Feed - FK2-9154 4-60
Clutch
T-4-10

CL4
CL3
CL2

CL1

F-4-11

4-12
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > List of Parts > List of Clutches
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > List of Parts > Other
4-13
Other
Symbol Part name Main unit Part number Reference
[1] [2] TH1 Fixing Main Thermistor Fixing Assembly 120V for US: FM4-3367 -
TH2 Fixing Sub Thermistor Fixing Assembly 120V for TW: FM4-8443 -
H1 Fixing Heater 1 Fixing Assembly 230V for KR/EU: FM3- -
H2 Fixing Heater 2 Fixing Assembly 9381 -
230V for except for KR/
EU: FM4-8445
SP1 Speaker (Option) - FK2-9442 -
H6
H3 Cassette Heater (Option) - FM3-8915 -
H4 Drum Heater (Option) - FK2-9157 -
H5 Reader Heater (Option) - 120V: FK2-9468 -
230V: FK2-0228
H5 [1] Fixing Film Unit Fixing Assembly 120V for US: FM4-3368 p. 4-61
120V for TW: FM4-8444
TH1 230V for KR/EU: FM3-
9382
TH2 230V for except for KR/
EU: FM4-8446
H1
[2] Pressure Roller Fixing Assembly FC7-0242 p. 4-66
H2
T-4-11

SP1
H4

H3

F-4-12

4-13
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > List of Parts > Other
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > External Covers > Removing the Support Cover
4-14

External Covers Removing the Support Cover


1)Open the right cover.
Removing the Reader Left Cover 2) Remove the support cover.
• 2 screws (RS tightening; M3)
1) Remove the reader left cover.
• 3 claws
• 2 screws (RS tightening; M3)

x2

F-4-13

Removing the Reader Front Cover


1) Open the platen cover (ADF/platen board cover).
2) Remove the reader front cover.
• 2 screws (RS tightening; M3)

x2 x2

x2 F-4-15

F-4-14

4-14
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > External Covers > Removing the Support Cover
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > External Covers > Removing the Front Cover
4-15
Removing the Delivery Tray Removing the Front Cover
1) Remove the support cover.(“Removing the Support Cover”(page 4-14).) 1)Open the front cover.
2) Remove the toner supply cover.(“Removing the Toner Supply Cover”(page 4-19).) 2)Remove the front cover belt.
3)Remove the inside base cover.(“Removing the Inside Base Cover”(page 4-17).) • 2 screws (RS tightening; M3)
4) Remove the support cover (left).

x2
x3

F-4-18
F-4-16 3) Remove the front cover.
5) Remove the delivery tray. • 2 hinge pins
• 1 screw (RS tightening; M3)

x1

F-4-19
F-4-17

4-15
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > External Covers > Removing the Front Cover
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > External Covers > Removing the Left Cover
4-16
Removing the Lower Left Cover Removing the Left Cover
1) Remove the cassette. 1) Draw out the cassette.
2) Remove the lower left cover. 2) Remove the lower left cover.(“Removing the Lower Left Cover”(page 4-16).)
<For 550-sheet cassette model> 3) Remove the inside base cover.(“Removing the Inside Base Cover”(page 4-17).)
• 2 screws 4) Remove the left cover.
• 1 screw

x2
x1

Rod

F-4-20
<For 250-sheet cassette model>
• 3 screws
F-4-22
• 1 claw

CAUTION:
The left cover has a rod interlocked with the switch on the power supply PCB. Remove
x3 the left cover without applying load on it.

Claw

F-4-21

4-16
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > External Covers > Removing the Left Cover
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > External Covers > Removing the Inside Base Cover
4-17

MEMO: Removing the Inside Base Cover


When reassembling the left cover, insert the rod of the left cover switch into the main
1) Open the front cover.
power switch securely.
2) Bend the left cover and remove the inside base cover.
• 1 screw

x1 x2

x1

F-4-23

F-4-24

4-17
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > External Covers > Removing the Inside Base Cover
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > External Covers > Removing the Left Rear Cover
4-18
Installing the Inside Base Cover Removing the Left Rear Cover
1) Install the inside base cover. 1) Remove the face cover.
2) Secure it with one screw. • 1 screw (TP binding; M3)

F-4-26
2) Remove the left rear cover.
• 3 screws (RS tightening; M3)

x3

x1 x3

F-4-25

F-4-27

4-18
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > External Covers > Removing the Left Rear Cover
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > External Covers > Removing the Toner Supply Cover
4-19
Removing the Toner Supply Cover 7) Open the toner supply cover.
8) Remove the toner supply cover.
1) Open the front cover. • 2 screws (RS tightening; M3)
2) Remove the support cover.(“Removing the Support Cover”(page 4-14).) • 1 claw
3)Remove the inside base cover.(“Removing the Inside Base Cover”(page 4-17).)
4) Remove the screw securing the developing assembly pressure lever.
5) Turn the lever in the direction of the arrow to release the drum unit lock.
x2

x1
x1

F-4-28
Claw
6) Remove the drum cartridge.

F-4-30

F-4-29

4-19
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > External Covers > Removing the Toner Supply Cover
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > External Covers > Removing the Reader Rear Cover
4-20
Removing the Reader Right Cover Removing the Platen Glass
<For iR 2530/2525/2520> 1) Open the ADF or platen cover.
1) Remove the reader right cover by removing four screws, and then remove one screw from 2) Remove the glass retainer (right).
the reader front cover. • 2 screws
3) Remove the platen glass.

x5
x2

F-4-31 F-4-33
<For iR 2545/2535>
1) Remove the reader right cover. Removing the Reader Rear Cover
• 2 screws 1) Open the platen cover (ADF/platen board cover).
2) Remove the reader rear (small) cover.
• 2 claws

x2

x2

F-4-32

F-4-34

4-20
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > External Covers > Removing the Reader Rear Cover
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > External Covers > Removing the Rear Cover (Right)
4-21
3) Remove the ADF power cable.
Removing the Rear Cover (Right)
• 3 connectors
• 1 screw (RS tightening; M3) 1) Remove the power supply retaining cover.
• 1 screw
2) Remove the power cord.

x3

x1

x1

F-4-35
4) Remove the reader rear cover.
• 4 screws (RS tightening; M3) F-4-37

• 1 claw 3) Remove the rear cover (right).


• 3 screws
• 2 claws

x4
Claw
x3

x2
Claws

F-4-38

F-4-36

4-21
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > External Covers > Removing the Rear Cover (Right)
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > External Covers > Removing the Lower Rear Cover
4-22
Removing the Rear Cover (Left) Removing the Rear Right Cover (Lower)
1) Remove the rear cover (right).(“Removing the Rear Cover (Right)”(page 4-21).) 1) Raise the handle at the rear right, and then remove one screw.
2) Remove the rear cover (left). 2) Release one claw with a flat-blade screwdriver, and then remove the rear right cover (lower)
• 2 screws of the main unit.
• 2 claws

Claw
Claw

x2

Claws

x2

F-4-41

F-4-39
Removing the Lower Rear Cover
Removing the Rear Right Cover (Upper) 1) Remove the connector cover.
1) Remove the rear right cover (upper). • 1 screw (W-sems binding; M3)
• 2 screws (RS tightening; M3)

x1
x2

F-4-42

F-4-40

4-22
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > External Covers > Removing the Lower Rear Cover
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > External Covers > Removing the Cassette 2 Rear Cover
4-23
2) Disconnect all connectors (only for the machine with an optional cassette).

F-4-43
3) Remove the lower rear cover.
• 1 screw (RS tightening; M3)
• 1 claw

x1

x1

Claw

F-4-44

Removing the Cassette 2 Rear Cover


Perform the same procedure as the lower rear cover.(“Removing the Lower Rear
Cover”(page 4-22).)

4-23
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > External Covers > Removing the Cassette 2 Rear Cover
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Main Units/Parts > Removing the Right Cover Assembly
4-24

Main Units/Parts 6) Remove the belt.


• 2 screws

Removing the Right Cover Assembly


1) Remove the reader right cover.(“Removing the Reader Right Cover”(page 4-20).. )
x1
2) Remove the reader rear cover.(“Removing the Reader Rear Cover”(page 4-20).. )
3) Remove the rear right cover (upper). (“Removing the Rear Right Cover (Upper)”(page
4-22). )
4) Open the right cover.
5) Remove the link between the right cover and cassette pickup assembly.

x1

F-4-46

F-4-45

4-24
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Main Units/Parts > Removing the Right Cover Assembly
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Main Units/Parts > Removing the Right Cover Assembly
4-25
7) Remove the connection cable. 10) Remove the right cover assembly.
2 connectors (The machine without the No.2 delivery unit does not have the upper
connector.)

CAUTION:
Be sure to disconnect the upper connector after releasing the harness from the clamp
to prevent breaking of wire.

8) Remove one screw.

x2
F-4-49

x1

F-4-47
9) Remove two screws.

x2

F-4-48

4-25
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Main Units/Parts > Removing the Right Cover Assembly
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Main Units/Parts > Removing the Cassette Pickup Assembly (550-sheet 1st Cassette Model)
4-26
Removing the Cassette Pickup Assembly (550-sheet 7) Remove the link between the right cover and cassette pickup assembly.
8) Remove the cassette pickup assembly.
1st Cassette Model) • 4 screws (RS tightening; M3)
1) Draw out the cassette.
2) Open the right cover.
3) Remove the connector cover. x4
4) Remove the lower rear cover. (“Removing the Lower Rear Cover”(page 4-22).)
5) Remove the rear right cover (lower). (“Removing the Rear Right Cover (Lower)”(page
4-22).)
6) Remove the connection cable.
• 1 connector

x1
F-4-51

F-4-50

4-26
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Main Units/Parts > Removing the Cassette Pickup Assembly (550-sheet 1st Cassette Model)
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Main Units/Parts > Removing the Cassette Pickup Assembly (250-sheet 1st cassette Model)
4-27
Removing the Cassette Pickup Assembly (250-sheet 9) Remove the pulley.
• 1 belt
1st cassette Model)
1) Draw out the cassette.
2) Open the right cover.
3) Remove the rear cover (right).(“Removing the Rear Cover (Right)”(page 4-21).)
4) Remove the rear cover (left).(“Removing the Rear Cover (Left)”(page 4-22).)
5) Remove the connector cover.
6) Remove the lower rear cover.(“Removing the Lower Rear Cover”(page 4-22).)
7) Remove the rear right cover (lower).(“Removing the Rear Right Cover (Lower)”(page
4-22).)
8)Remove the pulley shaft.
• 1 screw

F-4-53
10) Remove the connection cable.
x1
• 1 connector

x1

F-4-52

F-4-54

4-27
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Main Units/Parts > Removing the Cassette Pickup Assembly (250-sheet 1st cassette Model)
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Main Units/Parts > Removing the Laser Scanner Unit
4-28
11) Remove the link between the right cover and cassette pickup assembly. 4) Remove the laser scanner unit.
12) Remove the cassette pickup assembly. • 2 pieces of sponge
• 3 screws • 4 connectors

x3 x2

F-4-55

Removing the Laser Scanner Unit


1) Remove the inside base cover.(“Removing the Inside Base Cover”(page 4-17). )
2) Remove the left cover.(“Removing the Left Cover”(page 4-16). )
3) Remove the scanner retaining plate.
• 1 screw

x1
F-4-57

CAUTION:
When pulling out the laser scanner, take care not to touch the PCB installed on the
laser scanner unit. (The PCB is equipped with a laser intensity adjusting volume
resistor and so touching the PCB can change the adjustment setting.)

F-4-56

4-28
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Main Units/Parts > Removing the Laser Scanner Unit
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Main Units/Parts > Removing the Toner Supply Unit
4-29
■■Action to Take after Replacing the Laser Scanner Unit Removing the Toner Supply Unit
When replacing the laser unit, enter the values recorded on the label affixed to the laser unit 1) Remove the inside base cover.(“Removing the Inside Base Cover”(page 4-17). )
to be replaced for the following in the service mode: 2) Remove the left cover.(“Removing the Left Cover”(page 4-16). )
3) Remove the waste toner container. (“Removing the Waste Toner Container”(page 4-37). )
4) Remove the drum unit.(“Removing the Drum Unit”(page 4-38). )
5)Remove the toner bottle.
6) Remove the toner supply cover.(“Removing the Toner Supply Cover”(page 4-19). )
7) Remove the delivery tray.(“Removing the Delivery Tray”(page 4-15). )
8) Remove the laser scanner unit.(“Removing the Laser Scanner Unit”(page 4-28). )
SW No. 145 146 147 136 148 149 150 9) Remove the toner supply assembly.
F-4-58 • Remove the power cable.
PRINT > Bitswitch > 136 Laser horizontal scanning direction write position adjustment(A) • 2 connectors
PRINT > Bitswitch > 145 Laser horizontal scanning direction magnification ratio adjustment(A-B)
PRINT > Bitswitch > 146 Laser horizontal scanning direction magnification ratio adjustment(A-C) CAUTION:
PRINT > Bitswitch > 147 Laser horizontal scanning direction magnification ratio adjustment(A-D) When removing the toner supply unit, do not incline it to shed toner.
PRINT > Bitswitch > 148 Laser horizontal scanning direction write position adjustment(A-B)
PRINT > Bitswitch > 149 Laser horizontal scanning direction write position adjustment(A-C)
PRINT > Bitswitch > 150 Laser horizontal scanning direction write position adjustment(A-D)

4-29
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Main Units/Parts > Removing the Toner Supply Unit
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Main Units/Parts > Removing the Toner Supply Unit > Action to Take after Replacement
4-30
■■Action to Take after Replacement

MEMO:
The service parts for toner supply unit do not come with a bottle ring. Remove the
bottle ring from the old toner supply unit and attach it to the new one.

The procedure is as follows:


1) Remove the toner bottle set lever.
• 1 parallel pin
x2

x4

F-4-60
2) Remove the bottle base.
• 1 screw
• 1 claw

x1

x1

F-4-59

爪 F-4-61

4-30
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Main Units/Parts > Removing the Toner Supply Unit > Action to Take after Replacement
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Main Units/Parts > Removing the CIS Unit
4-31
3)Remove the bottle ring. 6) Remove the CIS unit.
• Flexible cable

F-4-62

Removing the CIS Unit F-4-64

1) Open the platen (ADF/platen board cover).


2) Remove the reader rear cover.(“Removing the Reader Rear Cover”(page 4-20). ) CAUTION:
3) Remove the right glass retainer. When installing or removing the contact sensor unit, do not touch the light guide and
4) Remove the platen glass.(“Removing the Platen Glass”(page 4-20). ) rod lens array.
5) Move the belt in the arrow direction and then the CIS unit to the groove position of the
frame. Light guide

Rod lens array

F-4-65
F-4-63

4-31
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Main Units/Parts > Removing the CIS Unit
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Main Units/Parts > Removing the Platen Glass
4-32
■■Action to Take When Replacing the CIS Unit Removing the Platen Glass
After replacing the CIS unit, make the following adjustments: 1) Open the platen cover (platen board cover/ADF).
2) Remove the glass retainer.(“Removing the Platen Glass”(page 4-20). )
●● CIS white level automatic adjustment • 2 screws
1) Enter the service mode.
SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > CCD-ADJ
2) Click the [OK] button.
When this step is complete, the contact sensor output is adjusted and parameters are set
x2
automatically.
3) After completion of automatic adjustment, “OK” is displayed.

●● DF white level adjustment (platen board cover scan/stream reading


scan)

CAUTION: F-4-66

Make this adjustment when the DADF is installed.


CAUTION:
When removing the platen glass, take care not to touch the following
1) Place a sheet of paper that the user usually uses on the platen glass, enter the service parts with your fingers:
mode, and then select SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DFWLVL1. • Glass surface
Read the white level in the BOOK mode. (Check the transparency of the glass for BOOK
• Standard white plate
mode.)
2) Place a sheet of paper that the user usually uses on the DF, enter the service mode, and Soils on these parts may cause white/black lines on images.
then select SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DF-WLVL2. If they are soiled, clean them with a lint-free paper moistened with alcohol.
Read the white level in the DF mode (stream reading). (Check the transparency of the
glass for stream reading.)(Read both sides of the chart.)
3) Place a sheet of paper that the user usually uses on the platen glass, enter the service
mode, and then select SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DFWLVL3.
Read the white level in the BOOK mode. (Check the transparency of the glass for BOOK
mode.)
4) Place a sheet of paper that the user usually uses on the DF, enter the service mode, and
then select SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DF-WLVL4.
Read the white level in the DF mode (stream reading). (Check the transparency of the
glass for stream reading.)(Read both sides of the chart.)

F-4-67

4-32
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Main Units/Parts > Removing the Platen Glass
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Main Units/Parts > Removing the ADF Scan Glass
4-33
■■Action to Take after Replacing the Platen Glass Removing the ADF Scan Glass
Take the action stated below in the service mode. 1) Open the platen cover (platen board cover/ADF).
2) Remove the glass retainer.
CAUTION:
• 2 screws
Be sure to make the white plate data adjustment before ADF white level adjustment. 3) Remove the ADF scan glass.

W-PLT-X W-PLT-Z x2
W-PLT-Y
F-4-68

1.Enter the value indicated on the platen glass in the following service mode:
SCAN > READER > ADJUST > CCD > W-PLT-X/Y/Z (Input of standard white plate data)
2.Enter the service mode, and then select the following:
SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DF-WLVL1/2/3/4 (DF white level adjustment)

1) Place a sheet of paper that the user usually uses on the platen glass, enter the F-4-69
service mode, and then select SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DFWLVL1.
Read the white level in the BOOK mode. (Check the transparency of the glass for
BOOK mode.)
2) Place a sheet of paper that the user usually uses on the DF, enter the service mode,
and then select SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DF-WLVL2.
Read the white level in the DF mode (stream reading). (Check the transparency of
the glass for stream reading.)(Read both sides of the chart.)
3) Place a sheet of paper that the user usually uses on the platen glass, enter the
service mode, and then select SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DFWLVL3.
Read the white level in the BOOK mode. (Check the transparency of the glass for
BOOK mode.)
4) Place a sheet of paper that the user usually uses on the DF, enter the service mode,
and then select SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DF-WLVL4.
Read the white level in the DF mode (stream reading). (Check the transparency of
the glass for stream reading.)(Read both sides of the chart.)

4-33
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Main Units/Parts > Removing the ADF Scan Glass
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Main Units/Parts > Removing the Control Panel Assembly
4-34
3) Place a sheet of paper that the user usually uses on the platen glass, enter the service
CAUTION:
mode, and then select SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DFWLVL3.
• When removing the ADF scan glass, take care not to touch the glass surface with Read the white level in the BOOK mode. (Check the transparency of the glass for BOOK
your fingers. mode.)
• Soils on the glass surface may cause white/black lines on images. 4) Place a sheet of paper that the user usually uses on the DF, enter the service mode, and
• If the glass surface is soiled, clean them with a lint-free paper moistened with then select SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DF-WLVL4.
alcohol. Read the white level in the DF mode (stream reading). (Check the transparency of the
• Be sure to install the ADF scan glass with its seat facing front left. glass for stream reading.)(Read both sides of the chart.)

Removing the Control Panel Assembly


1) Remove the reader front cover.(“Removing the Reader Front Cover”(page 4-14).)
2) Remove the control panel assembly.
• 2 screw
• 1 connector

x2

x1
F-4-70

■■Action to Take after Replacing the ADF Scan Glass


1.Enter the service mode, and then select the following:
SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DF-WLVL1/2/3/4 (DF white level adjustment)

1) Place a sheet of paper that the user usually uses on the platen glass, enter the service
mode, and then select SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DFWLVL1.
Read the white level in the BOOK mode. (Check the transparency of the glass for BOOK
mode.)
2) Place a sheet of paper that the user usually uses on the DF, enter the service mode, and
then select SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DF-WLVL2.
Read the white level in the DF mode (stream reading). (Check the transparency of the
glass for stream reading.)(Read both sides of the chart.) F-4-71

4-34
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Main Units/Parts > Removing the Control Panel Assembly
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Main Units/Parts > Removing the Multi Pickup Assembly
4-35
Removing the Multi Pickup Assembly 3) Remove the connector cover.
• 2 screws
1) Open the right cover assembly.
2) Remove the link between the right cover and pickup assembly.

x2

3) Remove the harness. F-4-73


• 1 connector
• 4 clamps

x1

x4

F-4-72

F-4-74

4-35
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Main Units/Parts > Removing the Multi Pickup Assembly
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Main Units/Parts > Removing the Multi Pickup Assembly
4-36
4) Remove the multi pickup assembly.
• 4 screws

x4

F-4-75

4-36
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Main Units/Parts > Removing the Multi Pickup Assembly
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement > Removing the Waste Toner Container
4-37

Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement Removing the Separation Static Charge Eliminator
1) Open the right cover.
Removing the Transfer Roller 2) Remove the separation static charge eliminator.
- 1 claw
1) Open the right cover.
2) Remove the transfer roller.
- 1 stopper (front)
- 1 claw x1

x1

F-4-78

Removing the Waste Toner Container


1) Open the front cover.
F-4-76
2) Turn the lock lever as shown to release the lock of the waste toner container.
3) Remove the transfer roller.
- 1 bearing (front)

F-4-79

F-4-77

4-37
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement > Removing the Waste Toner Container
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement > Removing the Drum Unit
4-38
3) Remove the waste toner container.
Removing the Drum Unit
1) Open the right cover.
2) Open the front cover.
3) Remove the waste toner container. (“Removing the Waste Toner Container”(page 4-37). )
4) Remove the screw securing the developing assembly pressure lever. (Models for some
destinations do not have this screw.)
5) Turn the lever in the direction of the arrow to release the lock of the drum unit.

x1
F-4-80
4) Remove the lid attached at the front of the waste toner container, and then cover the
opening of the container with it so that the waste toner does not spill out.

F-4-82
6) While raising the lever under the handle of the drum unit, slowly pull out the drum unit to
the position shown below.

F-4-81

F-4-83

4-38
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement > Removing the Drum Unit
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement > Removing the Manual Feed Pickup Roller
4-39
7) Pull out the drum unit slightly upward.
CAUTION:

When installing the toner supply unit, insert a guide of the developing unit to the ditch of
the host machine.

F-4-84

CAUTION:
Guide
Do not touch the drum surface during the work.

F-4-86

Removing the Developing Assembly


1) Open the right cover.
Removing the Manual Feed Pickup Roller
2) Open the front cover.
3) Remove the waste toner container. (“Removing the Waste Toner Container”(page 4-37). ) 1) Remove the manual feed pickup roller cover.
5) Remove the drum unit. (“Removing the Drum Unit”(page 4-38). ) - 1 screw
6) Remove the toner supply cover.
7) Remove the developing assembly
- 1 connector
x1

x1

F-4-87

F-4-85

4-39
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement > Removing the Manual Feed Pickup Roller
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement > Removing the Manual Feed Separation Pad
4-40
2) Release the claws, and then slide the bearing (front).
Removing the Manual Feed Separation Pad
3) Remove the manual feed pickup roller.
1) Remove the manual feed pickup roller. (“Removing the Manual Feed Pickup Roller”(page
4-39). )
2) Slide the bearing (rear) backward.
x1

x1

Claw

F-4-88

MEMO:
Reassemble the manual feed pickup roller as shown. F-4-90
3) Remove the separation pad with a flat-blade screwdriver.

F-4-89
F-4-91

4-40
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement > Removing the Manual Feed Separation Pad
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement > Removing the Cassette Pickup Roller (250-sheet 1st cassette Model)
4-41
Removing the Fixing Unit Removing the Cassette Pickup Roller (250-sheet 1st
1) Open the right cover cassette Model)
2) Remove the fixing unit.
1) Remove the cassette from the main unit.
- 2 screws
2) Open the right cover.
3) Release the claws and slide the rear bearing.
4) Remove the cassette pickup roller.
x2

x1

F-4-92 Claw
F-4-94
MEMO:
Hold the fixing unit at the position shown below.
MEMO:
Reassemble the parts as shown below.

F-4-93

F-4-95

4-41
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement > Removing the Cassette Pickup Roller (250-sheet 1st cassette Model)
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement > Removing the Cassette Feed Roller (550-sheet 1st cassette Model)
4-42
Removing the Roller Cassette Separation Pad
(250-sheet 1st cassette Model)
x1
1) Remove the cassette from the main unit.
2) Remove the cassette separation pad with a flat-blade screwdriver.

F-4-97

Removing the Cassette Feed Roller (550-sheet 1st


cassette Model)
1) Draw out the cassette from the main unit.
2) Open the right cover.
3) Remove the cassette feed roller.
- 1 claw

x1
F-4-96

Removing the Cassette Pickup Roller (550-sheet 1st


cassette Model)
1) Draw out the cassette from the main unit.
2) Open the right cover.
3) Remove the leaf spring with your fingers.
4) Remove the cassette pickup roller.
- 1 claw F-4-98

4-42
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement > Removing the Cassette Feed Roller (550-sheet 1st cassette Model)
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement > Removing the Idler Gear (Only for 550-sheet 1st cassette Model for China)
4-43
Removing the Cassette Separation Roller (550-sheet
1st cassette Model)
x1
1) Draw out the cassette from the main unit.
2) Open the right cover.
3) Remove the cassette separation roller.
- 1 claw

x1

F-4-100

F-4-99

Removing the Idler Gear (Only for 550-sheet 1st


cassette Model for China)
1) Draw out the cassette from the main unit.
2) Open the right cover.
3) Remove the cassette pickup roller.
(“Removing the Cassette Pickup Roller (550-sheet 1st cassette Model)”(page 4-42). )
4) Remove the cassette feed roller.
(“Removing the Cassette Feed Roller (550-sheet 1st cassette Model)”(page 4-42).)
5) Remove the idler gear.
- 1 claw

4-43
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement > Removing the Idler Gear (Only for 550-sheet 1st cassette Model for China)
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > Removing the Reader Relay PCB > Replacement Procedure
4-44

PCB Removing the Reader Relay PCB


■■Replacement Procedure
Removing the Main Controller PCB
1) Remove the reader rear cover. (“Removing the Reader Rear Cover”(page 4-20).)
■■Replacement Procedure 2) Remove the reader relay PCB.
- 3 flexible cables
1) Remove the left cover (right). (“Removing the Rear Cover (Right)”(page 4-21)..)
- 4 connectors
2) Remove the left rear cover. (“Removing the Left Rear Cover”(page 4-18).)
- 6 screws
3) Remove the RAM PCB. (“Removing the RAM PCB”(page 4-48)..)
4) Remove the modem PCB (for the model with a FAX function).
5) Disconnect all connectors and flexible cables on the main controller PCB.
6) Remove the main controller PCB.
x7
- 11 screws

x6

x11

F-4-102

F-4-101

■■Action to Take after Replacement


After replacing the image processor PCB with a new one, take the following action:
- Download the latest firmware with the UST.
- Enter all values recorded on the service label affixed to the rear cover.

4-44
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > Removing the Reader Relay PCB > Replacement Procedure
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > Removing the DC Controller PCB > Action to Take after Replacement/RAM Clearing
4-45
Removing the Power Supply PCB Removing the DC Controller PCB
■■Replacement Procedure ■■Before Replacement/RAM Clearing
1) Remove the inside base cover.(“Removing the Inside Base Cover”(page 4-17).) Print the service data list in the service mode.
2) Remove the left rear cover.(“Removing the Left Rear Cover”(page 4-18).) REPORT > REPORT OUTPUT > SERVICE DATA LIST
3) Remove the left cover.(“Removing the Left Cover”(page 4-16).) Replacement Procedure
4) Disconnect all connectors on the power supply PCB.
1) Remove the rear cover (right). (“Removing the Rear Cover (Right)”(page 4-21)..)
5) Remove the power supply PCB.
2) Remove the rear cover (left). (“Removing the Rear Cover (Left)”(page 4-22)..)
- 3 screws
3) Disconnect all connectors on the DC controller PCB.
4) Remove the DC controller PCB.
- 6 screws (Screw A is tightened together with the earth cable.)

x6
x3

F-4-103

F-4-104

■■Action to Take after Replacement/RAM Clearing


1) Clear the DC controller settings and counters.
Enter the service mode, and Then select the following:
CLEAR > ENGINE > ENGINE BKRAMCLK (Clearing of the RAM on the DC controller
PCB)
2) Turn OFF and then ON the main power switch. (Turning OFF/ON the main power switch
clears the RAM.)
3) If uploading of backup data fails before replacement due to the damage to the DC
controller PCB, enter the values of service mode items recorded on the service label.
Since the values recorded on the service label may be outdated, check the service mode
item list (#SERVICE DATA LIST) printed out in advance, and then enter the latest values.
4) Turn OFF and then ON the main power switch. (Turning OFF/ON the main power switch
allows the values entered for the service mode items to take effect.)

4-45
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > Removing the DC Controller PCB > Action to Take after Replacement/RAM Clearing
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > Removing the Option Power Supply PCB > Replacement Procedure
4-46
Removing the HVT PCB Removing the Option Power Supply PCB
■■Replacement Procedure ■■Replacement Procedure
1) Remove the rear cover (right).(“Removing the Rear Cover (Right)”(page 4-21).) 1) Remove the rear cover (right).(“Removing the Rear Cover (Right)”(page 4-21).)
2) Remove the rear cover (left).(“Removing the Rear Cover (Left)”(page 4-22).) 2) Remove the rear cover (left).(“Removing the Rear Cover (Left)”(page 4-22).)
3) Remove the HVT PCB. 3) Remove the lower rear cover.(“Removing the Lower Rear Cover”(page 4-22).)
- 1 connector 4) Remove the option power supply cover.
- 2 screws - 2 claws
- 1 claw

x2
x1

x2

x1
F-4-106

F-4-105

4-46
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > Removing the Option Power Supply PCB > Replacement Procedure
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > Removing the Heater PCB > Replacement Procedure
4-47
5) Disconnect all connectors on the option power supply PCB.
Removing the Heater PCB
6) Remove the option power supply PCB.
- 2 screws ■■Replacement Procedure
1) Remove the rear cover (right).(“Removing the Rear Cover (Right)”(page 4-21).)
2) Remove the lower rear cover.(“Removing the Lower Rear Cover”(page 4-22).)
x1 3) Disconnect all connectors on the heater PCB.
4) Remove the heater PCB.
- 1 screw

x1

F-4-108

x1

F-4-107

4-47
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > Removing the Heater PCB > Replacement Procedure
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > Removing the RAM PCB > Replacement Procedure
4-48
Removing the RAM PCB 3) For the model with a FAX and SEND function, press the SW3 on the main controller to
check that LED10 goes out. (Secondary power cutoff)
■■Replacement Procedure
1) Remove the rear cover (right). (“Removing the Rear Cover (Right)”(page 4-21)..)
2) Remove the controller plate. (Remove 3 screws.)

x3

F-4-109

F-4-110

CAUTION:
The ADRAM is powered from the secondary battery unit to back up the image memory
even after the main power switch is turned OFF and the power plug is removed from
the outlet.
If the SW3 on the main controller PCB is pressed with the image backed up, the entire
data stored in the memory is cleared. Be sure to output the data stored in the memory
before pressing the SW3.

4-48
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > Removing the RAM PCB > Replacement Procedure
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > Removing the RAM PCB > Replacement Procedure
4-49
4) Remove the RAM PCB. (Release the hook.)

F-4-111

4-49
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > Removing the RAM PCB > Replacement Procedure
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > No. 1 Delivery Reversal Solenoid (SL3) > Replacement Procedure
4-50
No. 1 Delivery Reversal Solenoid (SL3) 4) Remove the No.1 deleivery unit.
- 1 screws
■■Replacement Procedure
1) Remove 1 screw of the inside center cover (right).
- 1 screws
x1

x1

F-4-114

NOTE:
When reinstalling the No.1 deleivery unit, insert the positioning boss in the hole.

F-4-112
2) open a door(right). Hole
3) Remove the deleivery drive inner cover.
- 2 claws

Boss

F-4-115

F-4-113

4-50
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > No. 1 Delivery Reversal Solenoid (SL3) > Replacement Procedure
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > No. 1 Delivery Reversal Solenoid (SL3) > Replacement Procedure
4-51
5) Remove the rear cover (right).(“Removing the Rear Cover (Right)”(page 4-21).) 11) Remove the No.1 deleivery drive unit.
6) Remove the rear cover (left).(“Removing the Rear Cover (Left)”(page 4-22).) - 3 screws
7) Remove the right cover (upper rear).(“Removing the Rear Right Cover (Upper)”(page
4-22).)
8) Remove the support plate.
9) Disconnect all connectors on the DC controller PCB.(“Removing the DC Controller
PCB”(page 4-45).)
x3

10) Remove the gear.


1 claw

F-4-117

F-4-116

4-51
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > No. 1 Delivery Reversal Solenoid (SL3) > Replacement Procedure
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > No. 1 Delivery Reversal Solenoid (SL3) > Replacement Procedure
4-52
12) Remove the solenoid from the drive assembly.
- 3 screws
- 1 connector

x1

F-4-118

4-52
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > No. 1 Delivery Reversal Solenoid (SL3) > Replacement Procedure
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > Removing the Fixing Motor (M2) > Replacement Procedure
4-53
Removing the Main Motor (M1) Removing the Fixing Motor (M2)
■■Replacement Procedure ■■Replacement Procedure
1) Remove the rear cover (right).(“Removing the Rear Cover (Right)”(page 4-21).) 1) Remove the rear cover (right).(“Removing the Rear Cover (Right)”(page 4-21).)
2) Remove the rear cover (left).(“Removing the Rear Cover (Left)”(page 4-22).) 2) Remove the rear cover (left).(“Removing the Rear Cover (Left)”(page 4-22).)
3) Remove the right cover (upper rear).(“Removing the Rear Right Cover (Upper)”(page 3) Remove the right cover (upper rear).(“Removing the Rear Right Cover (Upper)”(page
4-22).) 4-22).)
4) Remove the HVT PCB.(“Removing the HVT PCB”(page 4-46).) 4) Remove the support plate.
5) Remove the main motor. - 1 relay connector
- 4 screws - 1 connector
- 1 connector - 1 screw

x1 x1

x4 x1

F-4-119
F-4-120
NOTE:
Because there is a screw on the backside of the relay connector, remove the relay
connector earlier.

4-53
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > Removing the Fixing Motor (M2) > Replacement Procedure
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > Removing the Cassette 1 Pickup Motor (M3) > Replacement Procedure
4-54
5) Disconnect all connectors on the DC controller PCB. 7) Remove the fixing motor.
6) Remove the DC controller PCB assembly. - 1 connector
- 3 screws - 4 screws

x1

x4

F-4-122

Removing the Cassette 1 Pickup Motor (M3)


x3 ■■Replacement Procedure
1) Remove the lower rear cover.(“Removing the Lower Rear Cover”(page 4-22).)
2) Remove the cassette 1 pickup motorr.
- 1 connector
- 4 screws

x1

x4

F-4-121
F-4-123

4-54
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > Removing the Cassette 1 Pickup Motor (M3) > Replacement Procedure
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > Removing the Scanner Motor (M31) > Replacement Procedure
4-55
Removing the Reversal Motor (M10) Removing the Scanner Motor (M31)
■■Replacement Procedure ■■Replacement Procedure
1) Remove the No.2 deleivery unit.(“8) Remove the No.2 deleivery unit.”(page 4-5).) 1) Remove the ADF communication cable (only machines with ADF installed).
2) Remove the reversal motor. 2) Open the platen board cover or the ADF.
- 1 connector 3) Remove the reader rear cover.
- 2 screws 4) Remove the scanner motor assembly.
- 1 connector
- 1 spring
- 2 screws
x1
[4] [1]

x2

[2] [3] [2]


5) Remove the scanner motor. F-4-125
- 4 screws

F-4-124

F-4-126

4-55
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > Removing the Scanner Motor (M31) > Replacement Procedure
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > Removing the Power Supply Cooling Fan (FAN6) > Replacement Procedure
4-56
Removing the Power Supply Cooling Fan (FAN6)
■■Replacement Procedure
1) Remove the rear cover (right).(“Removing the Reader Rear Cover”(page 4-20).)
2) Remove the lower rear cover.(“Removing the Lower Rear Cover”(page 4-22).)
3) If equipped with the heater PCB, remove the heater PCB.(“Removing the Heater
PCB”(page 4-47).)
4) Remove the power supply cooling fan.
- 1 connector
- 2 claws

x2

x1

F-4-127

4-56
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > Removing the Power Supply Cooling Fan (FAN6) > Replacement Procedure
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > Removing the Front Door Switch (SW2) > Replacement Procedure
4-57
Removing the Front Door Switch (SW2)
■■Replacement Procedure NOTE:
When reinstalling the box tray shaft, fit the insertion part into the hole.
1) Remove the support cover.(“Removing the Support Cover”(page 4-14).)
2) Remove the tonner supply cover.(“Removing the Toner Supply Cover”(page 4-19).)
3) Remove the waste toner container.(“Removing the Waste Toner Container”(page 4-37).)
4) Remove the box tray.
- 1 box tray shaft
- 1 screw

x1

F-4-130
5) Remove the waste toner release lever.
6) Remove the internal cover (right).
- 4 screws

F-4-128
CAUTION: x4
When reinstalling the box tray, installation so that the positioning boss is satisfied in a
spring.

F-4-131

F-4-129

4-57
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > Removing the Front Door Switch (SW2) > Replacement Procedure
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > Removing the Cassette Size Detection Switch (SW6/SW7) > Replacement Procedure
4-58
7) Remove the internal cover (right upper).
Removing the Cassette Size Detection Switch (SW6/
- 2 screws
SW7)
■■Replacement Procedure
x2 1) Remove the cassette.
2) Remove the lower rear cover.(“Removing the Lower Rear Cover”(page 4-22).)
3) Remove the option power supply PCB.(“Removing the Option Power Supply PCB”(page
4-46).)
4) Remove the cassette size detection assembly.
- 1 connector
- 1 screw
- 1 boss
F-4-132
8) Remove the front door switch.
- 2 terminals
- 1 screw x1

x1
x1

F-4-133

F-4-134

NOTE:
Remove the connector and the screw from the rear, but the cassette size detection
assembly removes it from the front side.

4-58
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > Removing the Cassette Size Detection Switch (SW6/SW7) > Replacement Procedure
4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > Removing the Cassette Size Detection Switch (SW6/SW7) > Replacement Procedure
4-59
5) Remove the cassette size detection switch.
- 1 connector
- 1 screw
- 2 claws

SW6 SW7
x2

x1

x1

F-4-135

4-59
4
Parts Replacement and Cleaning > PCB > Removing the Cassette Size Detection Switch (SW6/SW7) > Replacement Procedure
5 Adjustment > Adjustment when replacing parts > Scanning System > Action to Take after Replacing the Platen Glass
5-3

Adjustment when replacing parts glass for stream reading.)(Read both sides of the chart.)

■■Action to Take after Replacing the Platen Glass


Scanning System
■■Action to Take after Replacing the CIS Unit CAUTION:
Be sure to make the white plate data adjustment before ADF white level
After replacing the CIS unit, make the following adjustments:
adjustment.

●● CIS white level automatic adjustment


1) Enter the service mode.
SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > CCD-ADJ
2) Click the [OK] button. W-PLT-X W-PLT-Z
W-PLT-Y
When this step is complete, the contact sensor output is adjusted and parameters are set
automatically. F-5-1
3) After completion of automatic adjustment, “OK” is displayed.

1.Enter the value indicated on the platen glass in the following service mode:
●● DF white level adjustment (platen board cover scan/stream reading SCAN > READER > ADJUST > CCD > W-PLT-X/Y/Z (Input of standard white plate data)
scan) 2.Enter the service mode, and then select the following:
SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DF-WLVL1/2/3/4 (DF white level adjustment)
CAUTION:
Make this adjustment when the DADF is installed. 1) Place a sheet of paper that the user usually uses on the platen glass, enter the
service mode, and then select SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DFWLVL1.
Read the white level in the BOOK mode. (Check the transparency of the glass for
1) Place a sheet of paper that the user usually uses on the platen glass, enter the service
BOOK mode.)
mode, and then select SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DFWLVL1.
2) Place a sheet of paper that the user usually uses on the DF, enter the service mode,
Read the white level in the BOOK mode. (Check the transparency of the glass for BOOK
and then select SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DF-WLVL2.
mode.)
Read the white level in the DF mode (stream reading). (Check the transparency of the
2) Place a sheet of paper that the user usually uses on the DF, enter the service mode, and
glass for stream reading.)(Read both sides of the chart.)
then select SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DF-WLVL2.
3) Place a sheet of paper that the user usually uses on the platen glass, enter the
Read the white level in the DF mode (stream reading). (Check the transparency of the
service mode, and then select SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DFWLVL3.
glass for stream reading.)(Read both sides of the chart.)
Read the white level in the BOOK mode. (Check the transparency of the glass for
3) Place a sheet of paper that the user usually uses on the platen glass, enter the service
BOOK mode.)
mode, and then select SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DFWLVL3.
4) Place a sheet of paper that the user usually uses on the DF, enter the service mode,
Read the white level in the BOOK mode. (Check the transparency of the glass for BOOK
and then select SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DF-WLVL4.
mode.)
Read the white level in the DF mode (stream reading). (Check the transparency of the
4) Place a sheet of paper that the user usually uses on the DF, enter the service mode, and
glass for stream reading.)(Read both sides of the chart.)
then select SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DF-WLVL4.
Read the white level in the DF mode (stream reading). (Check the transparency of the

5-3
5
Adjustment > Adjustment when replacing parts > Scanning System > Action to Take after Replacing the Platen Glass
5 Adjustment > Adjustment when replacing parts > Controller System > Action to Take when Replacing the DC Controller PCB
5-4
■■Action to Take after Replacing the ADF Scan Glass Controller System
1.Enter the service mode, and then select the following:
■■Action to Take after Replacing theMain Controller PCB
SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DF-WLVL1/2/3/4 (DF white level adjustment)
After replacing the main controller PCB with a new one, take the following action:
1) Place a sheet of paper that the user usually uses on the platen glass, enter the • Download the latest firmware with the UST.
service mode, and then select SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DFWLVL1. • Enter all values recorded on the service label affixed to the rear cover.
Read the white level in the BOOK mode. (Check the transparency of the glass for
BOOK mode.)
2) Place a sheet of paper that the user usually uses on the DF, enter the service mode, ■■Action to Take when Replacing the DC Controller PCB
and then select SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DF-WLVL2.
Print the service data list in the service mode.
Read the white level in the DF mode (stream reading). (Check the transparency of the
REPORT > REPORT OUTPUT > SERVICE DATA LIST
glass for stream reading.)(Read both sides of the chart.)
3) Place a sheet of paper that the user usually uses on the platen glass, enter the
Action to Take after Replacement/RAM Clearing
service mode, and then select SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DFWLVL3.
1) Clear the DC controller settings and counters.
Read the white level in the BOOK mode. (Check the transparency of the glass for
Enter the service mode, and Then select the following:
BOOK mode.)
CLEAR > ENGINE > ENGINE BKRAMCLK (Clearing of the RAM on the DC controller
4) Place a sheet of paper that the user usually uses on the DF, enter the service mode,
PCB)
and then select SCAN > READER > FUNCTION > CCD > DF-WLVL4.
2) Turn OFF and then ON the main power switch. (Turning OFF/ON the main power switch
Read the white level in the DF mode (stream reading). (Check the transparency of the
clears the RAM.)
glass for stream reading.)(Read both sides of the chart.)
3) If uploading of backup data fails before replacement due to the damage to the DC
controller PCB, enter the values of service mode items recorded on the service label.
Since the values recorded on the service label may be outdated, check the service mode
item list (#SERVICE DATA LIST) printed out in advance, and then enter the latest values.
4) Turn OFF and then ON the main power switch. (Turning OFF/ON the main power switch
allows the values entered for the service mode items to take effect.)

5-4
5
Adjustment > Adjustment when replacing parts > Controller System > Action to Take when Replacing the DC Controller PCB
5 Adjustment > Adjustment when replacing parts > Laser Exposure System > Action to Take after Replacing the Laser Scanner Unit
5-5
■■Action to Take after Replacing the RAM

CAUTION:
The ADRAM is powered from the secondary battery unit to back up the image memory
even after the main power switch is turned OFF and the power plug is removed from
the outlet.
If the SW3 on the main controller PCB is pressed with the image backed up, the entire
data stored in the memory is cleared. Be sure to output the data stored in the memory
before pressing the SW3.

Laser Exposure System


■■Action to Take after Replacing the Laser Scanner Unit
When replacing the laser unit, enter the values recorded on the label affixed to the laser unit
to be replaced for the following in the service mode:

SW No. 145 146 147 136 148 149 150

F-5-2
• PRINT > Bitswitch > 136 Laser horizontal scanning direction write position adjustment(A)
• PRINT > Bitswitch > 145 Laser horizontal scanning direction magnification ratio
adjustment(A-B)
• PRINT > Bitswitch > 146 Laser horizontal scanning direction magnification ratio
adjustment(A-C)
• PRINT > Bitswitch > 147 Laser horizontal scanning direction magnification ratio
adjustment(A-D)
• PRINT > Bitswitch > 148 Laser horizontal scanning direction write position adjustment(A-B)
• PRINT > Bitswitch > 149 Laser horizontal scanning direction write position adjustment(A-C)
• PRINT > Bitswitch > 150 Laser horizontal scanning direction write position adjustment(A-D)

5-5
5
Adjustment > Adjustment when replacing parts > Laser Exposure System > Action to Take after Replacing the Laser Scanner Unit
5 Adjustment > Image position adjustment > Leading Edge Non-Image Width
5-6

Image position adjustment Left Image Margin


Copy 10 sheets from each pickup position to check that the image margin and non-image Service mode> PRINT> PRINT NUMERIC> 056
area is within the standard. Image left edge
• Each cassette Decrease the value. Increase the value.
• Pickup tray (a decrease of '10' will (an increase of '10' will
decrease the margin increase the margin
width by 1 mm) width by 1 mm)
If it is not within the standard, go through the following procedures to adjust it.
1st side of copy: 2.5+/-1.5mm

CAUTION:
If changing the value of service mode item in this adjustment, enter the changed value
0
in the service label.
2

4
5
Margin Along the Leading Edge 6

8
Service mode> PRINT> PRINT NUMERIC> 053
10
Decrease the value.
(a decrease of '10' will
increase the margin by 1 mm) F-5-4

1st side of copy: 2.5+/-1.5mm


Paper Leading Edge Non-Image Width
leading edge
Service mode> SCAN> READER> ADJUST> ADJ-XY> ADJ-X
Increase the value.
(an increase of '10' will
increase the margin by 1 mm) Decrease the value.
0 2 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 (a decrease of '10' will decrease
F-5-3 the non-image width by 1 mm)
1st side of copy: 2.5+/-1.5mm

Image leading
edge

0 2 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 1618 20

Increase the value.


(an increase of '10' will
increase the non-image
width by 1 mm)
F-5-5

5-6
5
Adjustment > Image position adjustment > Leading Edge Non-Image Width
5 Adjustment > Image position adjustment > Left Non-Image Width
5-7
Left Non-Image Width
Service mode> SCAN> READER> ADJUST> ADJ-XY> ADJ-Y

Image edge
Decrease the value. Increase the value.
(a decrease of '10' will (an increase of '10' will
decrease the non-image increase the non-image
width by 1 mm) width by 1 mm)
1st side of copy: 2.5+/-1.5mm

4
5
6

10

F-5-6

5-7
5
Adjustment > Image position adjustment > Left Non-Image Width
6 Troubleshooting

■Initial

■Test
Check
Print

■Troubleshooting items

■Upgrading Targets and Procedure

6
Troubleshooting
6 Troubleshooting > Initial Check > Initial check items list
6-2

Initial Check Item No. Detail Check


1 Check that there is no foreign particle such as paper dust etc.
2 Check that the pickup/feed/separation roller does not accumulate
Initial check items list the paper dust. Check that these rollers are not worn and deformed
and have no cut/dirt.
3 Check that the registration roller/paper path roller is not worn and
Item No. Detail Check Pickup feed deformed and has no cut/dirt.
1 The voltage of the power supply is as rated (+/-10%). system 4 Check that the feed guide is not worn and deformed and has no cut/
2 The site is not a high temperature / humidity environment (near dirt.
a water faucet, water boiler, humidifi er), and it is not in a cold 5 Check that there is no edge fold/curl/wave/moisture absorption
place. The machine is not near a source of fi re or dust. occurred on the paper.
3 The site is not subject to ammonium gas. 6 Check if using Canon recommended paper/transparency makes it
Site Environment The site is not exposed to direct rays of the sun. (Otherwise, better or not.
4 1 Check that the drive system does not get heavy load.
provide curtains.) Drive system
5 The site is well ventilated, and the floor keeps the machine 2 Check that the gear is not worn and not get chipped.
level. 1 Check that the cassette is installed properly and the paper size
The machine's power plug remains connected to the power is configured properly. Check if the symptom appears or not after
6
outlet. replacing the cassette with the cassette that works normally.
1 The paper is of a recommended type. 2 Check that the cassette middle plate moves smoothly and is not
Checking the Paper Cassette deformed.
2 The paper is not moist. Try paper fresh out of package.
Checking the 1 Check the cassette and the manual feed tray to see if the 3 Check that the cassette side guide plate/ trailing edge guide plate is
Placement of Paper paper is not in excess of a specific level. properly set.
2 If a transparency is used, check to make sure that it is placed 4 Check that the cassette heater switch is ON (When the cassette
in the correct orientation in the manual feed tray. heater is installed.).
Checking the Durables 1 Check the table of durables to see if any has reached the end 1 Check that the sensor/clutch/motor/solenoid works properly (Make
of its life. sure to check the power source and signal transmission route with
Checking the 2 Check the scheduled servicing table and the periodically the general circuit diagram.).
Periodically Replaced replaced parts table, and replace any part that has reached 2 Check that there is no wire wedged/screw loosened.
Parts the time of replacement. 3 Check that all the external covers are installed.
General 4
T-6-1 Check that the main power switch/control panel power switch is ON.
5 Check that the wiring of power cable/signal cable to each option is
Checking Each Unit/Each Function System
properly installed.
Item No. Detail Check 6 Check that the fuse on each PCB does not burn out.
1 Check that there is no cut, dirt or any foreign particle on the scanner 7 Check that there is no error in customer's usage method.
system parts. 1 If moving the machine from the cold place such as storage etc to a
2 Check that the CIS/CCD unit moves smoothly and there is no dirt on warm place abruptly, dew condensation is generated inside machine
Reader the rail. and it may cause various troubles.
3 Check that the lump light does not blink. • E100 occurs due to dew condensation on BD sensor.
4 Check that there is no dew condensation found on the scanning • Low image density in the vertical scanning direction due to dew
system parts. condensation on the dust-proof glass.
1 Check that the drum unit and developing assembly are properly • Low image density due to dew condensation on the reader CCD
installed. and copyboard glass.
Image formation 2 Others
Check that there is no cut and dirt on the photosensitive drum. • Paper feed failure due to dew condensation on the pickup, feed
system
3 Check that the transfer roller is not worn and deformed and has no guide.
cut/dirt. 2 If the symptom d appears, wipe the pickup/feed unit with dry cloth.
1 Check that the fixing film and pressure roller is not worn and Moreover, if storing the toner container/developing assembly/drum
deformed and has no cut/dirt. unit in the cold place and unpacking them abruptly in warm place,
Fixing system 2 Check that the fixing thermistor wire is not cut. dew condensation may be generated.
3 Check that there is electrical conductivity among thermoswitch. To prevent dew condensation, place them in warm place sufficiently
(for 1 to 2 hours) before unpacking.
T-6-2

6-2
6
Troubleshooting > Initial Check > Initial check items list
6 Troubleshooting > Test Print > Select the test print TYPE
6-3

Test Print

Overview
This machine have the following test print TYPE and you can judge the image failure that is checked as “Yes” in the following image check items with each test print.
If the image failure occurred on normal output does not reappear on the test print, it may be caused by the PDL input or reader side.

Select the test print TYPE


NO. TYPE Pattern Items
Gradation Fogging Transfer Fault Black line White line Uneven Uneven Right Angle Straight Lines
Density Density at the
Front/Rear
SELECT NO.01 Grid Yes Yes
SELECT NO.02 Half-tone Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
SELECT NO.03 All-black Yes Yes Yes Yes
SELECT NO.04 ---(For R&D) Yes
SELECT NO.05 ---(For R&D)
SELECT NO.06 4dot-6space (vertical) Yes
SELECT NO.07 4dot-6space (horizontal) Yes Yes Yes
SELECT NO.08 ---(For R&D)
SELECT NO.09 16 gray levels Yes Yes
(monochromatic)
T-6-3

Procedure
1) Enter the PG number with numeric keys, then press the START key.
2) Select single-sided (SGL: 0) or double-sided (DBL: 1), then press the START key.
3) Enter the number of prints to be output (PG COUNT), then press the START key.
4) Specify the paper drawer (main unit), then press the START key.
Main unit cassette (ST_C: 0), 2nd cassette (OP_C: 1), Manual feed tray (MLT: 2)
5) Specify the paper eject slot, then press the START key.
Tray 1 (1_OUT: 0), Tray2 (2_OUT: 1)
6) Select a paper type, then press the OK key.
Plain paper (PLN: 0), Thick paper (TCK: 1),Thin paper (OHP: 2)
7) A test pattern is output.

6-3
6
Troubleshooting > Test Print > Select the test print TYPE
6 Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting items > Image Faults > Stained Leading/Trailing Edge of Paper
6-4

Troubleshooting items [Cause]


Fixing assembly: Toner came off the paper sticks to the pressure roller, and then the toner
sticks to the reverse side of the paper.
Troubleshooting items list Transfer roller: Toner remained on the drum that had stopped at occurrence of a jam. During
the recovery operation performed later, the toner sticks to the transfer roller.
Category Item Reference
Image Dirt Paper reverse side stained with toner 6-4
failure [Occurrence condition]
Stained leading/trailing edge of paper 6-4
Blur/Void Image transfer wrong/text void 6-5
Fixing assembly: When fixing ability is poor due to low temperature, a halftone image has
Image deletion/blur/dew condensation 6-5 been printed on a lot of sheets of paper, or the time for replacement of the transfer unit is
Operation Paper jam Too large curl 6-6 near
failure Thin paper jam (63g/cm2 or less) 6-6 Transfer roller: When a paper jam has occurred or the time for replacement of the transfer
Paper jam due to solid image printed on paper 6-6 roller is near.
with small leading-edge margin (1-4 mm)
Cannot set toner Cannot turn the toner bottle set lever or hard to 6-6
bottle turn it
[Remedy]
Abnormal noise Abnormal noise during multi-feed operation 6-7 Fixing assembly: USER MODE> Adjustment/ Cleaning> Fixing Unit Cleaning
T-6-4 Transfer Roller: USER MODE> Adjustment/ Cleaning> Transfer Roller Cleaning

Image Faults ■■Stained Leading/Trailing Edge of Paper


■■Paper Reverse Side Stained with Toner

F-6-2
[Occurrence area]
F-6-1
Transfer front guide
[Occurrence area]
Fixing inlet guide
Fixing assembly (circumference of the roller: iR2545/2535; 94mm, iR2530/2525/2520;
78.5mm)
[Cause]
Transfer roller (circumference: 50mm)
Transfer front guide: The leading or trailing edge of paper touches the toner stuck to the
transfer front upper guide.

6-4
6
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting items > Image Faults > Stained Leading/Trailing Edge of Paper
6 Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting items > Image Faults > Image Deletion/Blur/Dew Condensation
6-5
Fixing inlet guide: The leading or trailing edge of paper touches the toner stuck to the fixing USER MODE> Adjustment/ Cleaning> Special Mode M> Low or High
inlet guide.
■■Image Deletion/Blur/Dew Condensation
[Occurrence condition]
When halftone or solid-black images are printed in succession

[Remedy]
Using lens-cleaning paper or the like, clean the guide stained with toner.

■■Image Transfer Wrong/Text Void

F-6-3
[Occurrence area]
Drum (circumference: 94mm)

[Cause]
Corona products generated on the charging roller stick to the drum, and then water molecules
adsorb onto them, resulting in reduction in resistance.
Therefore, a desired latent image cannot be formed, resulting in a blurred image.
[Occurrence area]
Transfer roller (circumference: 50mm) [Occurrence condition]
When the machine is operated first in the morning under the high-temperature and high-
[Cause] humidity environment.
Resistance of paper increases due to reduction in paper water content, resulting in insufficient
transfer output. [Remedy]
Resistance of paper decreases due to increase in paper water content, resulting in excessive USER MODE> Adjustment/ Cleaning> Special Mode F> Low, Meduium, or High
transfer output. Install the optional drum heater.

[Occurrence condition]
Paper left alone in a low-humidity environment
Paper left alone in a high-humidity environment

[Remedy]

6-5
6
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting items > Image Faults > Image Deletion/Blur/Dew Condensation
6 Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting items > Image Faults > Cannot Turn the Toner Bottle Set Lever or Hard to Turn it
6-6
■■Too Large Curl ■■Paper Jam due to Solid Image Printed on Paper with Small
[Occurrence area] Leading-Edge Margin (1-4 mm)
Fixing assembly
[Occurrence area]
Fixing assembly
[Cause]
The water content on the front surface of paper becomes different from that on the reverse
[Cause]
side of paper, making the curl larger.
When a solid image is printed on the paper with a small leading-edge margin (1-4 mm), paper
cannot be easily separated from the fixing film, causing a paper jam.
[Occurrence condition]
When the paper has been left alone in a high-humidity environment.
[Occurrence condition]
When the paper has been left alone in a high-humidity environment or when a solid image is
[Remedy]
printed on the paper with a small leading-edge margin.
USER MODE> Adjustment/ Cleaning> Manual> Special Mode N> Medium or High
*Normally, select "Low". Selecting "High" will reduce productivity.
[Remedy]
Machine shipped with cassette heater: Turn on the heater.
USER MODE> Adjustment/ Cleaning> Manual> Special Mode O> Medium or High
Install an optional cassette heater.
USER MODE> Adjustment/ Cleaning> Manual> Special Mode N> High
*Selecting "Special Mode O" or "Special Mode N>High" will increase the leading-edge margin
■■Thin Paper Jam (63g/cm2 or Less) and consequently prevent a paper jam due to improper separation.
[Occurrence area] *Selecting "Special Mode N>High" will make the curl smaller but reduce the productivity.
Drum
Fixing assembly ■■Cannot Turn the Toner Bottle Set Lever or Hard to Turn it
[Occurrence area]
[Cause]
Toner bottle set lever
The separation power reduces due to low elasticity of paper, causing a jam in the cleaner or
fixing assembly.
[Cause]
When the toner bottle cap is largish while it is sealed to the specification, more power may be
[Occurrence condition]
required to turn the lever for opening/closing the cap.
When paper thinner than 64g/cm2 paper is used.
The toner bottle is not pushed until it clicks.

[Remedy]
[Occurrence condition]
USER MODE> Adjustment/ Cleaning> Manual> Special Mode P> Medium or High
When the newly opened toner bottle cap is largish while it is sealed to the specification.
* When 52g/cm2 paper is used, "High" must be selected.
When an attempt to set the bottle containing toner has been repeated unnecessarily.

[Remedy]
After turning the toner bottle set lever about 45 degrees, turn the set ON lever while pulling
out the toner bottle. This is the way to set the toner bottle easily.
Push the toner bottle all the way in, and then turn the lever.

6-6
6
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting items > Image Faults > Cannot Turn the Toner Bottle Set Lever or Hard to Turn it
6 Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting items > Image Faults > Abnormal Noise During Multi-Feed Peration
6-7
■■Abnormal Noise During Multi-Feed Peration Escape hole

[Occurrence area]
Gear of right cover unit

[Cause]
When the right cover unit is closed, the belt cannot enter the clearance groove depending on
the lower belt securing position and therefore the belt is Z-folded. As a result, the right cover
unit is pushed out and consequently the gear on the right cover unit side meshes with the
gear on the host machine side loosely, generating abnormal noise.

[Occurrence condition]
When the belt of the right cover unit is reinstalled

[Remedy]
Secure the belt to the right cover unit in such a manner that it does not turn along with the
screw (i.e., it is secured horizontally or it faces slightly down).

F-6-4

6-7
6
Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting items > Image Faults > Abnormal Noise During Multi-Feed Peration
6 Troubleshooting > Upgrading Targets and Procedure > Outline
6-8

Upgrading Targets and Procedure Host machine


Target Category Target system File type Remarks
PCB software
Outline Main iR2545/iR2535 Boot USTUPDATE_iR2545_35_ There are two types
controller BOOT_vXXXX of main controllers.
There are two methods to upgrade the system software. Program USTUPDATE_iR2545_35_ Note: When upgrading
PCB
1. Upgrading system software for host machine: Use the PC (UST). bootable_lang_WLaaXXXX two types of firmware,
iR2530/2525/2520 Boot USTUPDATE_ Boot and Bootable
2. Upgrading system software for inner finisher: Use the PC (SST) and downloader PCB iR2530_25_20_BOOT_ lang, at the same time,
vXXXX upgrade Boot first.
Program USTUPDATE_
iR2530_25_20_bootable_
lang_WLaaXXXX
Host machine PC

Main controller PCB


DC iR2545/iR2535 DCON USTUPDATE_iR2545_35_ There are three types
USB cable controller DCON_vXXXX of DC controllers.
Flash ROM CPU
iR2530/2525 USTUPDATE_iR2530_25_
J8104 PCB
1st cassette, DCON_vXXXX
550-sheet type
UST or SST iR2530/2525/2520 USTUPDATE_
System 1st cassette, iR2530_25_20_DCON_
software 250-sheet type vXXXX
T-6-5

RS232C Inner finisher


straight cable
Target PCB Target system Description Remarks
software on SST
Downloader Finisher FIN_CON IFN_B1 For the detailed procedure, refer to the service
Inner finisher PCB manual for the finisher.
controller PCB
FY9-2034 T-6-6
Finisher controller PCB

Flash ROM CPU


CN22

F-6-5

6-8
6
Troubleshooting > Upgrading Targets and Procedure > Outline
6 Troubleshooting > Upgrading Targets and Procedure > Procedure
6-9
Procedure 6) Click [Next] following the instruction shown on the screen.

MEMO:
The procedure for upgrading Boot is described below as a typical example. Use the
same procedure for other firmware.

1) Turn ON the power switch of the PC and start up the UST.


2) When the power switch is turned ON, a Found New Hardware Wizard appears. Click
[Cancel].

F-6-7
7) Click [Next] following the instruction shown on the screen.

F-6-6

3) Enter the service mode. ( key > 2 Key > 8 Key > key)
4) Select [DOWNLOAD] by pressing the arrow key, then press the [OK] key.

MEMO:
You can also enter the download mode from the following user mode:
> System Settings > Firmware Upgrade > Yes

5) When “USB DOWNLOAD AVAILABLE” is displayed, start up the UST.


F-6-8

6-9
6
Troubleshooting > Upgrading Targets and Procedure > Procedure
6 Troubleshooting > Upgrading Targets and Procedure > Procedure
6-10
8) Click [Next] following the instruction shown on the screen. 9) Click [Start] following the instruction shown on the screen.

F-6-9
F-6-11

MEMO: 10) Click [Yes] following the instruction shown on the screen.
If firmware for a wrong model is selected, “Specify by printer name” is not displayed.

F-6-12
11) The following screen appears. “UPDATING FIRMWARE” is displayed on the control panel
of this machine.

F-6-10
F-6-13

6-10
6
Troubleshooting > Upgrading Targets and Procedure > Procedure
6 Troubleshooting > Upgrading Targets and Procedure > Procedure
6-11

CAUTION:
Do Not Turn off the Power during Download/Write Operation in progress
Do not turn OFF the power while the system software is being downloaded or
written. The machine may fail to start when the power is turned ON.

12) When upgrade is complete, the following screen appears. Turn OFF then ON the main
power switch to complete the procedure.

F-6-14

6-11
6
Troubleshooting > Upgrading Targets and Procedure > Procedure
7 Error Code

■Overview

■Error Code

■Jam Code

■Alarm Code

7
Error Code
7 Error Code > Overview > Outline
7-2

Overview

Outline
This chapter describes various codes which are displayed when a failure occurs on the
product. These are classified into 3 codes as follows.
Code type Explanation Reference
Error code This code is displayed when an error occurs on the machine. Refer to
page 7-3
Jam code This code is displayed when a jam occurs inside the machine. Refer to
page 7-11
Alarm code This code is displayed when a function of the machine is Refer to
malfunctioned. page 7-15
T-7-1

7-2
7
Error Code > Overview > Outline
7 Error Code > Error Code > Error Code Details
7-3

Error Code Ecode Detail Item Description


Code
E002 0000 Title Fixing unit temperature insufficient rise
Error Code Details Description 1.The reading of the main thermistor is less than 115 deg C
continuously for 400 msec 1.3 sec after it has indicated 100
deg C.
Ecode Detail Item Description
2.The reading of the main thermistor is less than 150 deg C
Code continuously for 400 msec 1.3 sec after it has indicated 140
E000 0001 Title Fixing temperature abnormal rise deg C.
Description The temperature detected by the main thermistor does not Remedy 1.Go through the following to clear the error: CLEAR >
rise to the specified value during startup control. ENGIN > ERRCLR; and then turn OFF and then ON the
Remedy 1.Go through the following to clear the error: CLEAR > power.
ENGIN > ERRCLR; and then turn OFF and then ON the 2.Check connection of the Connectors (Thermistor Connector
power. and AC Connector).
2.Check connection of the Connectors (Thermistor Connector 3.Replace the Fixing Main Thermistor (Film Unit).
and AC Connector). 4.Replace the Fixing Assembly.
3.Replace the Fixing Main Thermistor (Film Unit). 5.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4).
4.Replace the Fixing Assembly. E003 0000 Title Low fixing temperature detection after standby
5.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4). Description The reading of the main thermistor is less than 140 deg C
E001 0000 Title Fixing unit temperature rise detection continuously for 400 msec or more.
Description The reading of the main thermistor is 250 deg C or more Remedy 1.Go through the following to clear the error: CLEAR >
continuously for 200 msec. ENGIN > ERRCLR; and then turn OFF and then ON the
Remedy 1.Go through the following to clear the error: CLEAR > power.
ENGIN > ERRCLR; and then turn OFF and then ON the 2.Check connection of the Connectors (Thermistor Connector
power. and AC Connector).
2.Check connection of the Connectors (Thermistor Connector 3.Replace the Fixing Main Thermistor (Film Unit).
and AC Connector). 4.Replace the Fixing Assembly.
3.Replace the Fixing Main Thermistor (Film Unit). 5.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4).
4.Replace the Fixing Assembly. E004 0000 Title Thermistor disconnection detection error
5.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4). Description When disconnection is detected with connector (J214) for 30
E001 0001 Title Fixing unit temperature rise detection sec continuously.
Description The hardware circuit detects overheating of the main or sub Remedy 1.Check connection of the Connector (J214).
thermistor for 200 msec. 2.Replace the Film Unit.
Remedy 1.Go through the following to clear the error: CLEAR > 3.Replace the Fixing Assembly.
ENGIN > ERRCLR; and then turn OFF and then ON the 4.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4).
power. E010 0001 Title Unstable rotation of the Main Motor (M1)
2.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4). Description Detection is executed every 100 msec after the start of motor
E001 0002 Title Fixing unit temperature rise detection rotation; however, the drive detection signal is absent for 2
Description The reading of the sub thermistor is 295 deg C or more sec.
continuously for 200 msec. Remedy 1.Replace the Main Motor (M1).
Remedy 1.Go through the following to clear the error: CLEAR > 2.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4).
ENGIN > ERRCLR; and then turn OFF and then ON the E010 0002 Title Unstable rotation of the Main Motor (M1)
power. Description During motor rotation, detection is executed every 100 msec;
2.Check connection of the Connectors (Thermistor Connector however, the drive signal is absent 5 times in sequence.
and AC Connector).
Remedy 1.Replace the Main Motor (M1).
3.Replace the Fixing Main Thermistor (Film Unit).
2.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4).
4.Replace the Fixing Assembly.
5.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4).

7-3
7
Error Code > Error Code > Error Code Details
7 Error Code > Error Code > Error Code Details
7-4
Ecode Detail Item Description Ecode Detail Item Description
Code Code
E014 0001 Title Unstable rotation of the Fixing Motor (M2) E024 0001 Title The Developing Assembly Toner Sensor (TS1) is
Description Detection is executed every 100 msec after the start of motor disconnected.
rotation; however, the drive detection signal is absent for 2 Description <At LOW SPEED>
sec. - The developing assembly toner sensor (TS1) ON counter
Remedy 1.Replace the Fixing Motor (M2). is checked every 2.5 seconds, and the counter increments
2.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4). 1 count every 25 times when the sensor goes on, and 300
E014 0002 Title Unstable rotation of the Fixing Motor (M2) counts are reached.
Description During motor rotation, detection is executed every 100 msec; <At HIGH SPEED>
however, the drive signal is absent 5 times in sequence. - The developing assembly toner sensor (TS1) ON counter
Remedy "1.Replace the Fixing Motor (M2). is checked every 1.5 seconds, and the counter increments
2.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4)." 1 count every 15 times when the sensor goes on, and 300
counts are reached.
E019 0000 Title Error in Waste Toner Sensor (S17)
Remedy 1.Check connection of the Connector (J207).
Description Warning when the sensor goes on for 2000 consecutive
2.Correct the cable.
sheets, and error when the sensor goes on for 100
3.Replace the Developing Assembly Toner Sensor (TS1).
consecutive sheets.
* Error occurs after the delivery if a paper in passage exists. E025 0000 Title The connector (J207) of Sub Hopper Toner Sensor (TS2) is
disconnected.
Remedy 1.Replace the Waste Toner Sensor (S17).
2.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4). Description The Sub Hopper Toner Sensor (TS2) connection detection
signal is absent for 100 msec 10 times in sequence.
E020 0000 Title The path between the sub hopper and the developing
* Error occurs after the delivery if a paper in passage exists.
assembly is clogged with toner.
Remedy 1.Check connection of the Connector (J207).
Description The Developing Assembly Toner Sensor (TS1) detects the
2.Replace the Sub Hopper Toner Sensor (TS2).
absence of toner,while the Sub Hopper Toner Sensor (TS2)
3.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4).
detects the presence of toner.
With the Developing Cylinder Clutch (CL3) turned on, E025 0001 Title Failure of the Bottle Motor (M6)
the hopper feedscrew motor (M7) is rotated for 1 sec Description The bottle motor (M6) is unlocked when it goes on for 12
intermittently 194 times; still, theDeveloping Assembly Toner consecutive times at 0.1 sec. intervals.
Sensor (TS1) does not detect the presence of toner. * Error occurs after the delivery if a paper in passage exists.
* Error occurs after the delivery if a paper in passage exists. Remedy 1.Replace the Bottle Motor (M6).
Remedy 1.Check the rotation of hopper motor gear. (If rotating, false 2.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4).
detection by the sensor is doubted. Feed the toner to the E110 0001 Title Failure of the Scanner Motor (M21)
developing unit in service mode: CLEAR>ENGIN>TNRINST.) Description The Scanner Motor (M21) speed lock signal does not indicate
2.Replace the Developing Assembly Toner Sensor (TS1). a locked state a specific period of time after the Scanner
3.Replace the Sub Hopper Toner Sensor (TS2). Motor (M21) has been started.
4.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4). * The same condition is detected after the error retry is
E024 0000 Title The connector (J207) of Developing Assembly Toner Sensor performed.
(TS1) is disconnected. Remedy 1.Check the cable.
Description The Developing Assembly Toner Sensor (TS1) connection 2.Replace the Laser Scanner Unit.
detection signal is absent for 100 msec 10 times in sequence. 3.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4).
* Error occurs after the delivery if a paper in passage exists.
Remedy 1.Check connection of the Connector (J207).
2.Replace the Developing Assembly Toner Sensor (TS1).
3.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4).

7-4
7
Error Code > Error Code > Error Code Details
7 Error Code > Error Code > Error Code Details
7-5
Ecode Detail Item Description Ecode Detail Item Description
Code Code
E110 0002 Title Failure of the Scanner Motor (M21) E240 0000 Title Error in controller communication
Description The speed lock signal indicates a deviation 10 times in Description The serial communication error such as parity error or
sequence at intervals of 100 msec after the signal has overrun error is constantly detected.
indicated a locked state. Remedy 1.Check the Connectors.
* The same condition is detected after the error retry is 2.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4).
performed. E240 0001 Title Error in controller communication
Remedy 1.Check the cable. Description The serial communication error such as parity error or
2.Replace the Laser Scanner Unit. overrun error is detected while printing.
3.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4). Remedy 1.Check the Connectors.
E110 0003 Title Failure of the Scanner Motor (M21) 2.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4).
Description The scanner motor (M21) speed lock signal does not indicate E261 0000 Title Error in Zero Cross
a locked state for 6.5 sec. after a switchover is made from Description Zero Cross failed to be detected for 500ms or more while the
low to normal speed or for 8 sec. after a switchover is made relay was ON.
from normal to low speed. * The same condition is detected after the error retry is
* The same condition is detected after the error retry is performed.
performed. Remedy 1.Check the Connectors.
Remedy 1.Check the cable. 2.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4).
2.Replace the Laser Scanner Unit. E500 0000 Title Communication error
3.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4).
Description The communication with the host machine is interrupted.
E196 0000 Title Error in EEPROM access
Remedy 1.Check the cable.
Description 20 retries failed after error occurred during communication 2.Replace the Finisher Controller PCB (PCB1).
with EEPROM. 3.Replace the DC Controller PCB.
* Error occurs after the delivery if a paper in passage exists.
E505 0001 Title EEPROM error
Remedy 1.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4).
Description The checksum for the EEPROM data has an error.
E197 0000 Title Error in communication of Laser Driver PCB (PCB14)
Remedy 1.Replace the Finisher Controller PCB (PCB1).
Description Communication error 1 with image PCB
E520 0001 Title Shift Motor (M4) error
Remedy 1.Check the cable.
Description The shift roller does not leave the shift roller home position
2.Replace the Laser Scanner Unit.
when the Shift Motor (M4) has been driven for 1.2 seconds.
3.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4).
Remedy 1.Replace the Shift Roller HP Sensor (S2).
E197 0001 Title Error in communication of Laser Driver PCB (PCB14)
2.Replace the Shift Motor (M4).
Description Communication error 2 with image PCB 3.Replace the Finisher Controller PCB (PCB1).
Remedy 1.Check the cable. E520 0002 Title Shift Motor (M4) error
2.Replace the Laser Scanner Unit.
Description The shift roller does not return to the shift roller home position
3.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4).
when the Shift Motor (M4) has been driven for 1.2 seconds.
E202 0000 Title There is an error in the detection of the CIS home position.
Remedy 1.Replace the Shift Roller HP Sensor (S2).
Description 1.The attempt to detect the home position fails when the CIS 2.Replace the Shift Motor (M4).
is moved forward. 3.Replace the Finisher Controller PCB (PCB1).
2.The attempt to detect the home position fails when the CIS
E531 8001 Title Stapler Motor (M10) error
is moved back.
Description The stapler does not leave the staple home position when the
Remedy 1.Disconnect and then connect the flexible cable(Relay PCB
Staple Motor (M10) has been driven for 0.5 sec.
(PCB2)-Main Controller PCB (PCB1) 64pin).
Remedy 1.Check the wiring between the Finisher Controller PCB and
2.Replace the flexible cable.
Stapler.
3.Replace the CIS HP sensor (S31).
2.Replace the Stapler.
4.Replace the Scanner Motor (M31).
3.Replace the Finisher Controller PCB (PCB1).
5.Replace the Relay PCB (PCB2).
6.Replace the Main Controller PCB (PCB1).

7-5
7
Error Code > Error Code > Error Code Details
7 Error Code > Error Code > Error Code Details
7-6
Ecode Detail Item Description Ecode Detail Item Description
Code Code
E531 8002 Title Stapler Motor (M10) error E567 0001 Title Shift Roller Release Motor (M5) error
Description The stapler does not return to the staple home position when Description The shift roller does not leave the shift roller release home
the Stapler Motor (M10) has been driven for 0.5 sec. position when the Shift Roller Release Motor (M5) has been
Remedy 1.Check the wiring between the Finisher Controller PCB and driven for 0.1 sec.
Stapler. Remedy 1.Replace the Shift Roller Release Sensor (S3).
2.Replace the Stapler. 2.Replace the Shift Roller Release Motor (M5).
3.Replace the Finisher Controller PCB (PCB1). 3.Replace the Finisher Controller PCB (PCB1).
E532 0001 Title STP Move Motor (M1) error E567 0002 Title Shift Roller Release Motor (M5) error
Description The stapler does not leave the stapler move home position Description The shift roller does not return to the shift roller release home
when the STP Move Motor (M1) has been driven for 0.25 sec. position when the Shift Roller Release Motor (M5) has been
Remedy 1.Replace the Stapler Move HP Sensor (S10). driven for 0.06 sec.
2.Check the wiring between the Finisher Controller PCB and Remedy 1.Replace the Shift Roller Release Sensor (S3).
the STP Move Motor. 2.Replace the Shift Roller Release Motor (M5).
3.Check the stapler shift base. 3.Replace the Finisher Controller PCB (PCB1).
4.Replace the STP Move Motor (M1). E571 0001 Title Gripper Open/Close Motor (M7) error
5.Replace the Finisher Controller PCB (PCB1). Description The gripper unit does not leave the gripper unit home position
E532 0002 Title STP Move Motor (M1) error when the Gripper Open/Close Motor (M7) has been driven for
Description The stapler does not return to the stapler move home position 0.25 seconds.
when the STP Move Motor (M1) has been driven for 2.8 sec. Remedy 1.Replace the Grip Arm Sensor (S13).
Remedy 1.Replace the Stapler Move HP Sensor (S10). 2.Replace the Gripper Open/Close Motor (M7).
2.Check the wiring between the Finisher Controller PCB and 3.Replace the Finisher Controller PCB (PCB1).
the STP Move Motor. E571 0002 Title Gripper Open/Close Motor (M7) error
3.Check the stapler shift base. Description The gripper unit does not return to the gripper unit home
4.Replace the STP Move Motor (M1). position when the Gripper Open/Close Motor (M7) has been
5.Replace the Finisher Controller PCB (PCB1). driven for 0.15 seconds.
E540 0001 Title Tray Lift Motor (M11) time out error Remedy 1.Replace the Grip Arm Sensor (S13).
Description The stack tray does not move within a specified time period. 2.Replace the Gripper Open/Close Motor (M7).
Remedy 1.Replace the Tray Lift Motor (M11). 3.Replace the Finisher Controller PCB (PCB1).
2.Replace the Finisher Controller PCB (PCB1). E575 0001 Title Gripper Unit Move Motor (M2) error
E540 0005 Title Tray Lift Motor (M11) closing detect switch error Description The gripper unit does not leave the gripper unit home position
Description The FG input cannot be detected when the Tray Lift Motor when the Gripper Unit Move Motor (M2) has been driven for
(M11) has been driven for 0.1 second. 3.8 seconds.
Remedy 1.Replace the Stack Tray Clock Sensor (S13). Remedy 1.Replace the Gripper Unit HP Sensor (S7).
2.Replace the Tray Lift Motor (M11). 2.Replace the Gripper Unit Move Motor (M2).
3.Replace the Finisher Controller PCB (PCB1). 3.Replace the Finisher Controller PCB (PCB1).
E542 0001 Title Additional Tray Lift Motor (M12) time out error E575 0002 Title Gripper Unit Move Motor (M2) error
Description The stack tray does not move within a specified time period. Description The gripper unit does not return to the gripper unit home
Remedy 1.Replace the Additional Tray Lift Motor (M12). position when the Gripper Unit Move Motor (M2) has been
2.Replace the Finisher Controller PCB (PCB1). driven for 0.1 seconds.
E542 0005 Title Additional Tray Lift Motor (M12) closing detect switch error Remedy 1.Replace the Gripper Unit HP Sensor (S7).
Description The FG input cannot be detected when the Additional Tray 2.Replace the Gripper Unit Move Motor (M2).
Lift Motor (M12) has been driven for 0.1 second. 3.Replace the Finisher Controller PCB (PCB1).
Remedy 1.Replace the Additional Tray Clock Sensor (S23). E602 0001 Title The built-in SD card is not detected
2.Replace the Additional Tray Lift Motor (M12). Description -
3.Replace the Finisher Controller PCB (PCB1). Remedy -

7-6
7
Error Code > Error Code > Error Code Details
7 Error Code > Error Code > Error Code Details
7-7
Ecode Detail Item Description Ecode Detail Item Description
Code Code
E602 1105 Title Access to the built-in SD card failed E744 0001 Title Mismatched version between the language file and the
Description - Bootable
Remedy - Description -
E711 0001 Title Error in UFDI communication Remedy -
Description The communication system error (such as reception timeout E744 0002 Title Oversized language file in HDD
or checksum error) occurred. Description -
Remedy 1.Check and Replace the cable. Remedy -
2.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4). E744 0003 Title Mismatched version between the language file and the
3.Replace the Finisher Controller PCB. Bootable
E713 0000 Title Erroneous communication with finisher Description -
Description The communication does not restart by the error retry after Remedy -
the communication failure with the finisher. E744 0004 Title Language file reading error
Remedy 1.Check the cable. Description -
2.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4). Remedy -
3.Replace the Finisher Controller PCB. E804 0000 Title Failure of the Power Supply Cooloing Fan (FAN6)
E716 0000 Title Erroneous communication with optional cassette or 2-way Description When lock signal is detected for 5 sec while the Power
unit Supply Cooloing Fan (FAN6) is stopped.
Description After the presence of a cassette pedestal or a 2-way unit has * The same condition is detected after the error retry is
been detected, the communication fails to be normal for 5 performed.
sec. Remedy 1.Disconnect and then connect the connector (J205) on the
Remedy 1.Check the cable. DC Controller PCB (PCB4).
2.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4). 2.Replace the Power Supply Cooloing Fan (FAN6).
3.Replace the Cassette Pedestal Driver PCB. 3.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4).
4.Replace the 2-way unit driver PCB. E804 0001 Title Unstable rotation of the Power Supply Cooloing Fan (FAN6)
E716 0010 Title Failure of the communication with the 2-way unit Description When lock signal failed to be detected for 5 sec while the
Description When the communication with the 2-way unit is faulty after Power Supply Cooloing Fan (FAN6) is driven.
detecting the connection with the finisher. * The same condition is detected after the error retry is
Remedy 1.Install the 2-way unit. performed.
2.Check the cable. Remedy 1.Disconnect and then connect the connector (J205) on the
3.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4). DC Controller PCB (PCB4).
4.Replace the 2-way unit driver PCB. 2.Replace the Power Supply Cooloing Fan (FAN6).
E719 0000 Title Erroneous communication with New Card Reader (serial 3.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4).
communication) E805 0000 Title Failure of the Exhaust Fan (Rear) (FAN3)
Description - Description When lock signal is detected for 5 sec while the Exhaust Fan
Remedy - (Rear) (FAN3) is stopped.
E719 0002 Title Erroneous communication with Coin Vendor (serial * The same condition is detected after the error retry is
communication) performed.
Description - Remedy 1.Disconnect and then connect the connector (J206) on the
Remedy - DC Controller PCB (PCB4).
E736 0000 Title Erroneous communication between CCU and controller. 2.Replace the Exhaust Fan (Rear) (FAN3).
Description - 3.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4).
Remedy -

7-7
7
Error Code > Error Code > Error Code Details
7 Error Code > Error Code > FAX Error Codes > User Error Code
7-8
Ecode Detail Item Description FAX Error Codes
Code
E805 0001 Title Unstable rotation of the Exhaust Fan (Rear) (FAN3) or ■■Outline
Finisher Fan 1 (M8) or Finisher Fan 2 (M9)
Description 1.When lock signal failed to be detected for 5 sec while the ●● Error Code Outline
Exhaust Fan (Rear) (FAN3) is driven.
An error code is used to indicate a fault in a machine, and is indicated in the machine's LCD
2.When lock signal failed to be detected for 5 sec while the
Finisher Fan 1 (M8) is driven. or reports, showing the nature (symptoms) of the fault. Using the errorcode, the user or the
3.When lock signal failed to be detected for 5 sec while the service man can readily find out how to correct the fault by simply referring to the User's
Finisher Fan 2 (M9) is driven.
Manual or service manual. An error code may be either of the following two types:
* The same condition is detected after the error retry is
performed.
Remedy 1.Disconnect and then connect the connector (J206) on the • User Error Codes
DC Controller PCB (PCB4). A fault indicated as a user error code is one that can easily be corrected by the user, as by
2.Replace the Exhaust Fan (Rear) (FAN3).
operating the machine. It takes the form of "# + number."
3.Replace the Finisher Fan 1 (M8).
4.Replace the Finisher Fan 2 (M9). • Service Error Codes
5.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4). If a fault calls for a service man for correction, it is indicated as a service man error code in
E805 0002 Title Failure of the Exhaust Fan (Front) (FAN4) the form of "## + number" or "SYSTEM ERROR E + number."
Description When lock signal is detected for 5 sec while the Exhaust Fan
(Front) (FAN4) is stopped.
* The same condition is detected after the error retry is MEMO:
performed. - A service error code expressed in the form of "## + number" will not appear on the
Remedy 1.Disconnect and then connect the connector (J206) on the LCD, Error Tx Report, or Activity Report while the machine remainsin factory default
DC Controller PCB (PCB4). state. To check a service error code, shift bit 0 of service soft switch #1 SSSW SW01
2.Replace the Exhaust Fan (Front) (FAN4). to '1'.
3.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4). - For the causes and countermeasures of error codes, refer to the separate G3/G4
Facsimile Error Code List.
E805 0003 Title Unstable rotation of the Exhaust Fan (Front) (FAN4)
Description When lock signal failed to be detected for 5 sec while the
Exhaust Fan (Front) (FAN4) is driven.
* The same condition is detected after the error retry is
performed.
■■User Error Code
Remedy 1.Disconnect and then connect the connector (J206) on the ●● User Error Code
DC Controller PCB (PCB4).
2.Replace the Exhaust Fan (Front) (FAN4). No. Tx/Rx Description
3.Replace the DC Controller PCB (PCB4). #0001 [Tx] An original has jammed.
T-7-2 #0003 [Tx/Rx] Time-out for copying or sending/receiving a single page has
occurred.
#0005 [Tx/Rx] Time-out for initial identification (T0/T1) has occurred.
#0009 [Rx] Recording paper has jammed or is absent.
#0012 [Tx] Recording paper is absent at the other party.
#0018 [Tx/Rx] Auto call initiation has failed.
#0037 [Rx] Image memory overflow at time of reception has occurred.
#0059 [Tx] The number you dial and connected number (CSI) does not match.
#0995/0099 [Tx/Rx] A memory communication reservation has been cancelled.
T-7-3

7-8
7
Error Code > Error Code > FAX Error Codes > User Error Code
7 Error Code > Error Code > FAX Error Codes > Service Error Code
7-9
■■Service Error Code No. Tx/Rx Description
##0671 [Rx] At time of V.8 arrival, procedure fails to move to phase 2 after detection of CM
●● Service Error Code signal from caller, causing T1 time-out and releasing line.
##0672 [Tx] At time of V.34 transmission, a shift in procedure from phase 2 to phase 3
No. Tx/Rx Description and the reafter stops, causing the machine to release the line and suffer T1
##0100 [Tx] At time of transmission, the procedural signal has been transmitted more than timeout.
specified.
##0673 [Rx] At time of V.34 reception, a shift in procedure from phase 2 to phase 3 and
##0101 [Tx/Rx] The modem speed does not match that of the other party. thereafter stops, causing the machine to release the line and suffer T1 timeout.
##0102 [Tx] At time of transmission, fall-back cannot be used. ##0674 [Tx] At time of V.34 transmission, a shift in procedure from phase 3 and phase 4 to
##0103 [Rx] At time of reception, EOL cannot be detected for 5 sec (15 sec if CBT). the control channel and thereafter stops, causing the machine to release the
##0104 [Tx] At time of transmission, RTN or PIN is received. line and suffer T1 timeout.
##0106 [Rx] At time of reception, the procedural signal is received for 6 sec while in wait for ##0675 [Rx] At time of V.34 reception, a shift in procedure from phase 3 and phase 4 to the
the signal. control channel and thereafter stops, causing the machine to release the line
##0107 [Rx] At time of reception, the transmitting party cannot use fall-back. and suffer T1 timeout.
##0109 [Tx] At time of transmission, a signal other than DIS, DTC, FTT, CFR, or CRP is ##0750 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, no meaningful signal is received after
received, and the procedural signal has been sent more than specified. transmission of PPS-NULL, causing the procedural signal to be transmitted
##0111 [Tx/Rx] Memory error has occurred. more than specified.
##0114 [Rx] At time of reception, RTN is transmitted. ##0752 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, DCN is received after transmission of PPS-
NULL..
##0200 [Rx] At time of reception, no image carrier is detected for 5 sec.
##0753 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, the procedural signal has been transmitted more
##0201 [Tx/Rx] DCN is received outside the normal parity procedure.
than specified after transmission of PPS-NULL, or T5 time-out (60 sec) has
##0224 [Tx] Communication protocol signal error. occurred.
##0228 [Rx] Abnormal management information of image data. ##0754 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, the procedural signal has been transmitted more
##0232 [Tx] Encoding error has occurred. than specified after transmission of PPS-NULL.
##0237 [Rx] Decoding error has occurred. ##0755 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, no meaningful signal is received after
##0261 [Tx/Rx] System error has occurred. transmission of PPS-MPS, causing the procedural signal to be transmitted
##0280 [Tx] At time of transmission, the procedural signal has been transmitted more than more than specified.
specified. ##0757 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, DCN is received after retransmission of PPS-
##0281 [Tx] At time of transmission, the procedural signal has been transmitted more than MPS.
specified. ##0758 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, the procedural signal has been transmitted more
##0282 [Tx] At time of transmission, the procedural signal has been transmitted more than than specified after transmission of PPS-MPS, or T5 time-out (60 sec) has
specified. occurred.
##0283 [Tx] At time of transmission, the procedural signal has been transmitted more than ##0759 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, the procedural signal has been transmitted more
specified. than specified after transmission of PPS-MPS.
##0284 [Tx] At time of transmission, DCN is received after transmission of TCF. ##0762 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, DCN is received after transmission of PPS-
##0285 [Tx] At time of transmission, DCN is received after transmission of EOP. EOM.
##0286 [Tx] At time of transmission, DCN is received after transmission of EOM. ##0763 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, the procedural signal has been transmitted more
than specified after transmission of PPS-MPS, or T5 time-out (60 sec) has
##0287 [Tx] At time of transmission, DCN is received after transmission of MPS.
occurred.
##0288 [Tx] After transmission of EOP, a signal other than PIN, PIP, MCF, RTP, or RTN
##0764 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, the procedural signal has been transmitted more
has been received.
than specified after transmission of PPS-EOM.
##0289 [Tx] After transmission of EOM, a signal other than PIN, PIP, MCF, RTP, or RTN
##0765 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, no meaningful signal is received after
has been received.
transmission of PPS-EOP, causing the procedural signal to be transmitted
##0290 [Tx] After transmission of MPS, a signal other than PIN, PIP, MCF, RTP, or RTN
more than specified.
has been received.
##0767 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, DCN is received after transmission of PPS-EOP.
##0670 [Tx] At time of V.8 lAte start, the V.8 ability of DIS front the receiving party is
expected to be detected, and the CI signal is expected to be transmitted in
##0768 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, the procedural signal has been transmitted more
than specified after transmission of PPS-EOP, or T5 time-out (60 sec) has
response; however, the procedure fails to advance, and the line is released
occurred.
because of T1 time-out.

7-9
7
Error Code > Error Code > FAX Error Codes > Service Error Code
7 Error Code > Error Code > FAX Error Codes > Service Error Code
7-10
No. Tx/Rx Description
##0769 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, the procedural signal has been transmitted more
than specified after transmission of PPS-EOP, or T5 time-out (60 sec) has
occurred.
##0770 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, no meaningful signal is received after
transmission of EOR-NULL, causing the procedural signal to be transmitted
more than specified.
##0772 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, DCN is received after transmission of EOR-
NULL..
##0773 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, the procedural signal has been transmitted more
than specified after transmission of EOR-NULL, or T5 time-out (60 sec) has
occurred.
##0774 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, ERR is received after transmission of EOR-
NULL..
##0775 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, no meaningful signal is received after
transmission of EOR-MPS, causing the procedural signal to be transmitted
more than specified.
##0778 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, the procedural signal has been transmitted
more than specified after transmission EOR-MPS, or T5 time-out (60 sec) has
occurred.
##0779 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, ERR is received after transmission of EOR-
MPS.
##0780 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, no meaningful signal is received after
transmission of EOR-EOM, causing the procedural signal to be transmitted
more than specified.
##0782 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, DCN is received after transmission of EOR-
EOM.
##0783 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, the procedural signal has been transmitted more
than specified after transmission of EOR-EOM, or T5 time-out (60 sec) has
occurred.
##0784 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, no meaningful signal is received after
transmission of EOR-EOP, causing the procedural signal to be transmitted
more than specified.
##0787 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, DCN is received after transmission of EOR-EOP.
##0788 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, the procedural signal has been transmitted more
than specified after transmission of EOR-EOP, or T5 time-out (60 sec) has
occurred.
##0789 [Tx] At time of ECM transmission, ERR is received after transmission of EOR-EOP.
##0790 [Rx] At time of ECM reception, ERR is transmitted after transmission of EOR-Q.
##0791 [Tx] While ECM mode procedure is under way, a signal other than a meaningful
signal is received.
##0792 [Rx] At time of ECM reception, PPS-NULL cannot be detected over partial page
processing.
##0793 [Rx] At time of ECM reception, no effective frame is received while high-speed
signal reception is under way, thus causing time-out.
##0794 [Tx] At time of ECM reception, PPR with all 0s is received.
##0795 [Tx/Rx] A fault has occurred in code processing for communication.
T-7-4

7-10
7
Error Code > Error Code > FAX Error Codes > Service Error Code
7 Error Code > Jam Code > Main Unit
7-11

Jam Code

Main Unit
• 250-sheet 1st cassette model
• 550-sheet 1st cassette model

S40
S40

S42
S42

S12
S12

S19
S19

S7
S7

S5
S5

S1

F-7-2

F-7-1

7-11
7
Error Code > Jam Code > Main Unit
7 Error Code > Jam Code > Main Unit
7-12

ACC ID Jam Code Type Sensor Name Sensor ID ACC ID Jam Code Type Sensor Name Sensor ID
3 0101 Delay jam Cassette 1 pickup sensor S1 3 FF0D Unknown jam - -
3 0102 Delay jam Cassette 2 pickup sensor SR2 3 FF91 Unknown jam - -
3 0103 Delay jam Cassette 3 pickup sensor SR4 3 FFF1 Unknown jam - -
3 0104 Delay jam Cassette 4 pickup sensor SR8 T-7-5

3 0105 Delay jam Pre-registration sensor S5


3 0107 Delay jam Fixing outlet sensor S19
3 0108 Delay jam No. 1 delivery sensor S12
3 0109 Delay jam No. 2 delivery sensor S42
3 010A Delay jam Reversal sensor S40
3 010D Delay jam Duplex feed sensor S7
3 0201 Stationary jam Cassette 1 pickup sensor S1
3 0202 Stationary jam Cassette 2 pickup sensor SR2
3 0203 Stationary jam Cassette 3 pickup sensor SR4
3 0204 Stationary jam Cassette 4 pickup sensor SR8
3 0205 Stationary jam Pre-registration sensor S5
3 0207 Stationary jam Fixing outlet sensor S19
3 0208 Stationary jam No. 1 delivery sensor S12
3 0209 Stationary jam No. 2 delivery sensor S42
3 020A Stationary jam Reversal sensor S40
3 020D Stationary jam Duplex feed sensor S7
3 0A01 Power-on jam Cassette 1 pickup sensor S1
3 0A02 Power-on jam Cassette 2 pickup sensor SR2
3 0A03 Power-on jam Cassette 3 pickup sensor SR4
3 0A04 Power-on jam Cassette 4 pickup sensor SR8
3 0A05 Power-on jam Pre-registration sensor S5
3 0A07 Power-on jam Fixing outlet sensor S19
3 0A08 Power-on jam No. 1 delivery sensor S12
3 0A09 Power-on jam No. 2 delivery sensor S42
3 0A0A Power-on jam Reversal sensor S40
3 0A0D Power-on jam Duplex feed sensor S7
3 0B00 Door open jam - -
3 0CF1 Other jams - -
3 0D91 Wrong size specified Pre-registration sensor S5
3 FF00 Unknown jam - -
3 FF01 Unknown jam - -
3 FF02 Unknown jam - -
3 FF03 Unknown jam - -
3 FF04 Unknown jam - -
3 FF05 Unknown jam - -
3 FF07 Unknown jam - -
3 FF08 Unknown jam - -
3 FF09 Unknown jam - -
3 FF0A Unknown jam - -

7-12
7
Error Code > Jam Code > Main Unit
7 Error Code > Jam Code > DADF-AB1
7-13
DADF-AB1 ACC ID Jam Code Type Sensor Name Sensor ID
4 0003 Delay jam Registration sensor PI8
PI11 4 0004 Stationary jam Registration sensor PI8
4 0005 Delay jam Read sensor PI7
4 0006 Stationary jam Read sensor PI7
4 0007 Delay jam Delivery reversal sensor PI6
PI8
4 0008 Stationary jam Delivery reversal sensor PI6
4 0044 Stationary jam Registration sensor PI8
(first document)
PI6 4 0045 Delay jam Read sensor PI7
PI7 (first document)
4 0046 Stationary jam (first Read sensor PI7
document)
4 0047 Delay jam (first Delivery reversal sensor PI6
document)
PI10 4 0048 Stationary jam Delivery reversal sensor PI6
PI11 (first document)
4 0071 Timing error - -
4 0090 ADF open jam Copyboard cover open/closed S21
Sensor 0
4 0091 User ADF open jam Copyboard cover open/closed S21
Sensor 0
4 0092 ADF cover open jam Cover open/closed sensor PI10
4 0093 User cover open jam Cover open/closed sensor PI10
PI7 4 0094 Initial stationary jam Registration sensor or Read PI6, PI7, PI8
PI6 sensor or Delivery reversal sensor
4 0095 Pickup NG Document set sensor PI11
PI8
T-7-6
F-7-3

7-13
7
Error Code > Jam Code > DADF-AB1
7 Error Code > Jam Code > Inner Finisher-B1
7-14
Inner Finisher-B1 ACC ID Jam Code Type Sensor Name Sensor ID
5 1001 Delay jam Entrance sensor S1
S22 S2 S1 5 1101 Stationary jam Entrance sensor S1
5 1102 Stationary jam Processing tray sensor S6
5 1300 Power-on jam Entrance sensor, Processing tray S1, S6
sensor
5 1400 Door open jam Front cover switch SW1
5 1500 STP jam Stapler HP sensor, Stapler edging S18, S19
sensor
5 1C20 Error jam Shift roller HP sensor S2
5 1C32 Error jam Stapler move HP sensor S10
5 1C40 Error jam Stack tray clock sensor S14
5 1C42 Error jam Additional tray clock sensor S23
5 1C67 Error jam Shift roller release sensor S3
5 1C6F Error jam Entrance roller release /stopper HP S5
sensor
S15 S16 S6
5 1C71 Error jam Grip arm sensor S13
5 1C75 Error jam Gripper unit HP sensor S7
5 1F00 Other jams Entrance sensor S1
S18 T-7-7
S19
S20

S10 S13
S9
S7
S12
S11

F-7-4

7-14
7
Error Code > Jam Code > Inner Finisher-B1
7 Error Code > Alarm Code > Alarm Code Details
7-15

Alarm Code

Alarm Code Details


Alarm Code Title A. Movement /B. Cause /C. Measures
37 - 0001 Repair Request (Corrupt
Image)
37 - 0002 Repair Request (Paper
Jam)
37 - 0003 Repair Request (Corrupt -
Image/Paper Jam)
37 - 0004 Repair Request (Other -
Problems)
37 - 0005 Repair Request (Corrupt -
Image/Other Problems)
37 - 0006 Repair Request (Paper -
Jam/Other Problems)
37 - 0007 Repair Request (Corrupt -
Image/Paper Jam/Other
Problems)
37 - 1000 Repair Request Cancel -
37 - 2000 Repair Completed -
T-7-8

7-15
7
Error Code > Alarm Code > Alarm Code Details
8 Service Mode

■Outline

■Details of Service Mode

8
Service Mode
8 Service Mode > Outline > Outline of Service Mode
8-2

Outline #CODEC
This is a setting items related to CODEC.
Outline of Service Mode
#SYSTEM
The items that follow may be checked/set using the machine's service mode, which is
This is a setting items related to SYSTEM.
designed the way the service mode used in fax machines is designed in terms of contents
and operation.
#ACC
#SSSW
Register the accessories.
Use it to register/set basic fax functions (e.g., error control, echo remedy, communication
error correction). Use it to make settings related counter functions.
#COUNTER
#MENU
Use it to check estimates for maintenance/parts replacement.
Use it to register/set items related to functions needed at time of installation (e.g., NL
equalizer, transmission level).
#LMS
Use it to set the inactivity of the transmitted license and the license inactivity without
#NUMERIC
transmitting.
These setting items are for inputting numeric parameters such as the various conditions for
the RTN signal transmission.
#E-RDS
This is a setting items related to e-RDS (Embedded RDS).
#SPECIAL
These setting items are for telephone network control functions. Do not use.
#REPORT
Use it to generate reports on various service data.
#NCU
These setting items are for telephone network control functions such as the selection signal
#DOWNLOAD
transmission conditions and the detection conditions, for the control signals sent from the
Use it to download firmware to the ROM of a PCB in question.
exchange.

#CLEAR
#FAX
Use it to reset various data to initial settings.
Do not use.

#DISPLAY
#SCAN
The error and detailed code which have happened now are displayed.
These setting items are for image adjustment in scanning.
Display the engine speed of the main controller PCB.

#PRINT
#ROM
These setting items are for image adjustment in printer assembly and for special mode for the
Displays ROM information, such as version numbers and checksums.
field-related measures.

#TEST MODE
#NETWORK
Makes various status checks, such as contact sensor, sensor and print status.
Use it to confirm the contents of the installed CA certificates.

8-2
8
Service Mode > Outline > Outline of Service Mode
8 Service Mode > Outline > Setting of Bit Switch > Outline
8-3
Using the Mode Setting of Bit Switch
<Operation at the time of Bit SW> <Operation at the time of Parameter> ■■Outline
Bit Switch Composition
1) Selecting Service Mode 1) Selecting Service Mode
The items registered and set by each of these switches comprise 8-bit switches. The figure
below shows which numbers are assigned to which bits. Each bit has a value of either 0 or 1.

#SSSW #SSSW

t2
t1
t7
t6
t5
t4
t3

t0
Bi
Bi
Bi
Bi
Bi
Bi
Bi

Bi
2) Press [OK] on the 2) Selecting a Menu Item
touch panel. Select the Menu item using the #SSSW
[left arrow]/[right arrow] on the 001 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
touch panel.
#SSSW #NUMERIC
001 000000000
F-8-2
3) Selecting a Menu Item
Press [OK]. 3) Press [OK].
CAUTION:
#SSSW #NUMERIC
033 001 0 Do not change service data identified as "not used"; they are set as initial settings.
000000000
4) Selecting a Bit Switch 4) Selecting a Prarameter
Select the bit using the Select the Prarameter using the
[left arrow]/[right arrow] on [left arrow]/[right arrow].
the touch panel.
#SSSW #NUMERIC
033 000000000 002 0
5) Registering/Setting Data 5) Registering/Setting Data
Enter data using the keypad, Enter data using the keypad,
and press the [OK]. and then press [OK].
#SSSW #NUMERIC
033 000000001 002 10
6) Press the [Stop]/[Additional 6) Press the [Stop]/[Additional
functions]/[Reset] key to end functions]/[Reset] key to end
the service mode. the service mode.

F-8-1

8-3
8
Service Mode > Outline > Setting of Bit Switch > Outline
8 Service Mode > Outline > Service Label
8-4
Back-Up Service Label
At time of shipment from the factory, all machines are adjusted individually, and adjustment The item of service kabel is described below.
values are recorded in their respective service labels. In this machine, the output of the service label does not support.
If you have replaced the CCD/CIS unit or the DC controller PCB, or if you have initialized
the RAM, the adjustment values will return to their default settings. If there has been any
FACTORY 1 2 3 FACTORY 1 2 3
change in a service mode item, be sure to update its setting indicated on the service label. As #PRINT> #PRINT NUMERIC> #SCAN> READER> ADJUST> ADJ-XY>
034 xxx ADJ-X-MG xxx
necessary, make use of the space in the service label (as when recording an item not found 035 xxx #SCAN> READER> ADJUST> CCD>
036 xxx W-PLT-X xxx
on the label). 037 xxx W-PLT-Y xxx
038 xxx W-PLT-Z xxx
054 xxx 50_RG xxx
136 xxx 50_GB xxx
- Service Label: behind the rear cover (right)) 140
141
xxx
xxx
100_RG
100_GB
xxx
xxx
142 xxx MTF3-M1 xxx
143 xxx MTF3-M2 xxx
145 xxx MTF3-M3 xxx
146 xxx MTF3-M4 xxx
147 xxx MTF3-M5 xxx
148 xxx MTF3-M6 xxx
149 xxx MTF3-M7 xxx
150 xxx MTF3-M8 xxx
#SCAN> READER> ADJUST> ADJ-XY> MTF3-M9 xxx
ADJ-X xxx #SCAN> READER> ADJUST> PASCAL>
ADJ-Y xxx OFST-P-K xxx
ADJ-S xxx #SCAN> FEEDER> ADJUST>
ADJ-Y-DF xxx DOCST xxx
STRD-POS xxx LA-SPEED xxx
DOC-LNGH xxx

Body No:

F-8-4

F-8-3

8-4
8
Service Mode > Outline > Service Label
8 Service Mode > Details of Service Mode > #SSSW > Details
8-5

Details of Service Mode ■■Details


●● SSSW-SW01
#SSSW List of Functions

Bit Function 1 0
■■SSSW Composition
0 service error code output not output
1 not used - -
NOTE: 2 not used - -
This document describes the default settings for the system for USA. 3 not used - -
The default settings used in the service mode vary depending on the shipping 4 not used - -
destination and model.
5 not used - -
6 not used - -
7 not used - -
No. Initial setting Function T-8-2

SW01 00000000 error/copy control Detailed Discussions of Bit 0


SW02 00010000 network connection setting Selects whether or not service error codes are output. When output is selected, service error
SW03 00000000 echo remedy setting codes is report.
SW04 00000000 communication fault remedy setting
SW05 00000000 standard function (DIS signal) setting
SW06 10010000 read condition setting ●● SSSW-SW02
SW7-SW11 not used List of Functions
SW12 00000010 page timer setting
Bit Function 1 0
SW13 00000000 meter/inch resolution setting
0 not used - -
SW14 00000001 inch/meter resolution setting
1 not used - -
SW15 00000000 dial-in FAX/TEL switch-over function
2 not used - -
SW16 00000011 settings for a No Paper display
3 not used - -
SW17 not used
4 not used - -
SW18 00000000 remedies for communication faults (2)
5 not used - -
SW19-21 not used
6 not used - -
SW22 00000000 fault remedy setting
7 F network silent termination service Compatible Not compatible
SW23-24 not used
T-8-3
SW25 00000000 report indication resolution setting
SW26-27 not used Detailed Discussions of Bit 7
SW28 00000000 V.8/V.34 protocol settings Select whether or not the machine is compatible with the F network (facsimile communication
SW29 not used network) silent termination service. When "Compatible" is selected, the machine automatically
SW30 00000000 Assigning a New Dial Tone Detection Method receives a fax upon detection of the FC signal (1300 Hz tonal signal) without generating a
SW31 not used ringtone.
SW32 00000000 not used
SW33 00000000 counter function settings
SW34 00000011 waste toner full display setting
SW35 00001000 e-RDS function settings
SW36 - SW50 not used
T-8-1

8-5
8
Service Mode > Details of Service Mode > #SSSW > Details
8 Service Mode > Details of Service Mode > #SSSW > Details
8-6
●● SSSW-SW03
MEMO:
List of Functions Any of the following error code may be indicated because of an echo at time of
reception
Bit Function 1 0
##0005, ##0101, ##0106, ##0107, ##0114, ##0200, ##0201, ##0790
0 TCF criteria Loose Normal
1 Echo protect tone for high-speed transmission Transmitted Not transmitted
2 not used - -
3 not used - - ●● SSSW-SW04
4 not used - - List of Functions
5 not used - -
Bit Function 1 0
6 not used - -
0 not used - -
7 Tonal signal before CED signal transmission Transmitted Not transmitted
1 Check CI frequency Yes No
T-8-4
2 the number of final flag sequences of protocol signals 2 1
Detailed Discussions of Bit 0 3 Reception mode after CFR signal transmission high speed high speed/low
Select whether to make the TCF criteria loose when the system with a V.34 modem receives speed
an image using the V.17 protocol. 4 the length of the period of ignoring low speed signals 1500ms 700ms
after CFR output
When "Loose" is selected, fallback hardly occurs when an image is received using the V.17
5 Frequency of CI signal is checked when PBX is set. Yes No
protocol. 6 CNG signal for manual transmission Not transmitted Transmitted
However, since the transmission speed is fast, erroneous lines can be generated after start 7 CED signal for manual reception Not transmitted Transmitted
of image reception or the communication time can become long due to retransmission of T-8-5

erroneous frames. Detailed Discussions of Bit 1


In automatic recieving, CI frequency check can be selected. If ‘Yes’ is selected, the upper and
Detailed Discussions of Bit 1 lower limits of the CI frequency are checked, and automatic recieving can only go ahead if
Selects whether or not the echo protect tone is transmitted for high-speed transmission both values meet German regulations.
(9600 or 7200 bps).
If errors due to line conditions occur frequently during fax transmission, select “Transmitted”. Detailed Discussions of Bit 2
When “Transmitted” is selected, a non-modulated carrier is transmitted as a synchronization Use it to select the number of last flag sequences for a protocol signal (transmission speed at
signal before the image transmission. 300 bps). Select '2' if the other party fails to receive the protocol signal properly.

MEMO: MEMO:
Codes for errors that can occur during transmission because of line conditions: Any of the following error codes may be indicated at time of transmission
##100, ##104, ##281, ##282, ##283, ##750, ##755, ##760,##765 ##0100, ##0280, ##0281, ##0750, ##0753, ##0754, ##0755, ##0758, ##0759, ##0760,
##0763 ##0764, ##0765, ##0768, ##0769,##0770, ##0773, ##0775, ##0778,
##0780, ##0783, ##0785, ##0788
Detailed Discussions of Bit 7
Use it to enable/disable transmission of a 1080-Hz tonal signal before transmission of the
Detailed Discussions of Bit 3
CED signal.
Use it to select an appropriate reception mode after transmission of the CFR signal.
Select 'transmit' if errors occur frequently because of an echo when reception is from
If errors occur frequently at time of reception because of the condition of the line, select 'high
overseas.
speed' for reception mode and, at the same time, selects 'do not receive' for 'ECM reception.'

8-6
8
Service Mode > Details of Service Mode > #SSSW > Details
8 Service Mode > Details of Service Mode > #SSSW > Details
8-7
Bit Function 1 0
MEMO:
Any of the following error codes may be indicated at time of reception because of line 7 not used - -
condition T-8-6
##0107, ##0114, ##0201 Detailed Discussions of Bit 1
Be sure to change bit 4 before changing this bit; if errors still occur, change this bit.
When 'high speed' is selected, only high-speed signals (images) will be received after Use it to enable/disable millimeter/inch conversion in sub scanning direction for images read
transmission of the CFR signal. in text mode.
Scanning direction in conversion follows the Bit 2 setting of SW14.

Detailed Discussions of Bit 2


Detailed Discussions of Bit 4
Use it to enable/disable millimeter/inch conversion in sub scanning direction for images read
Use it to select the time length during which low-speed signals are ignored after transmission
in text/photo mode while bit 1 is set to '1'.
of the CFR signal.
Scanning direction in conversion follows the Bit 2 setting of SW14.
If the condition of the line is not good and, therefore, the reception of image signals is difficult,
select '1500 ms.'
Detailed Discussions of Bit 3
Use it specify whether or not to transmit bit 33 and thereafter for the DIS signal.
Detailed Discussions of Bit 5
If ‘prohibit’ is selected, Super Fine reception from a non-Canon machine can no longer be
In the countries that need approval of CI signal frequency check, no checking on frequency
used.
set at PBX when changing the frequency to PSTN setting and PBX
setting for frequency checks.
CAUTION:
If ‘prohibit’ is selected, Super Fine reception from a non-Canon machine
Detailed Discussions of Bit 6
can no longer be used.
Selects whether or not to transmit CNG signal during manual transmission.
In manual transmitting to a fax with the FAX/TEL switching mode, if there are frequent errors
due to failure to switch to fax mode, select "Transmitted" for the CNG signal. Detailed Discussions of Bit 4
Selects whether or not the recording paper length declared in the DIS signal is A4 size.
Detailed Discussions of Bit 7 When receiving documents made up of long pages, to have the document divided into two
Selects whether or not to transmit CED signals during manual reception. If the other fax does pages at the transmitting fax, select “A4 size”.
not transmit even when you start manual reception, select "Transmitted" for the CED signal.
MEMO:
●● SSSW-SW05 When “A4 size” is selected, this fax uses the DIS signal to tell the transmitting
fax that it is equipped with A4 size recording paper.
List of Functions The transmitting fax that receives this DIS signal divides long pages into A4 size pages
Bit Function 1 0 before transmitting it to the receiving fax.
Some fax models do not so divide long documents.
0 not used - -
1 Conversion from mm to inch (text mode) execute do not execute
2 Conversion from mm to inch (text/photo mode) execute do not execute
3 transmit bit 33 and thereafter for DIS signal prohibit do not prohibit
4 Recording paper length availability declared in A4 /B4 size Arbitrary size
DIS signal
5 not used - -
6 not used - -

8-7
8
Service Mode > Details of Service Mode > #SSSW > Details
8 Service Mode > Details of Service Mode > #SSSW > Details
8-8
●● SSSW-SW06 Time-Out Length for Transmission/reception
List of Functions Bit7 Bit6 Bit5 Bit4 Bit3 Bit2 Bit1 Bit0
Bit Function 1 0 8min. 0 * * * * * 0 0
0 not used - - 16min. 0 * * * * * 0 1
1 not used - -
32min. 0 * * * * * 1 0
2 not used - -
3 FAX stamp display setting Displayed Not displayed 64min. 0 * * * * * 1 1
4 original read width LTR A4 T-8-9
5 not used - - Time-Out Length for Transmission (text mode)
6 not used - -
7 not used - - Bit7 Bit6 Bit5 Bit4 Bit3 Bit2 Bit1 Bit0
Detailed Discussions of Bit 3 T-8-7 8min. 1 * * * * * 0 0
Select whether to display the stamp menu in the user menu after installation of the optional 16min. 1 * * * * * 0 1
stamp unit. 32min. 1 * * * * * 1 0
64min. 1 * * * * * 1 1
Detailed Discussions of Bit 4
T-8-10
Use it to select a read width for originals.
Time-Out Length for Transmission (image mode other than text mode)
If ‘LTR’ is selected, the machine will read LTR originals at LTR width (214mm).
Bit7 Bit6 Bit5 Bit4 Bit3 Bit2 Bit1 Bit0

●● SSSW-SW012 8min. 1 * * * 0 0 * *
List of Functions 16min. 1 * * * 0 1 * *
32min. 1 * * * 1 0 * *
Bit Function 1 0
0 1-page time-out length for transmission 1 0 64min. 1 * * * 1 1 * *
1 not used - - T-8-11
1-page time-out length for transmission (HT Time-Out Length for Reception
2 1 0
transmission)
3 not used - - Bit7 Bit6 Bit5 Bit4 Bit3 Bit2 Bit1 Bit0
4 1-page time-out length for reception 1 0
8min. 1 * 0 0 * * * *
5 not used - -
6 not used - - 16min. 1 * 0 1 * * * *
7 page timer setting by transmission/reception set do not set 32min. 1 * 1 0 * * * *
T-8-8 64min. 1 * 1 1 * * * *
The machine will stop the ongoing communication if the transmission/reception of a single T-8-12
original page takes 32 min or more. To use the timer for a purpose other than this function,
●● SSSW-SW013
refer to the tables that follow, and select an appropriate time length.
List of Functions
When 'do not enable' is selected using bit 7, the time-out length for a single page for all
modes will depend on the setting of bit 0 and bit 1. Bit Function 1 0
0 not used - -
1 not used - -
2 Convert "inch" into "mm" when transmitting the convert do not convert
received image data

8-8
8
Service Mode > Details of Service Mode > #SSSW > Details
8 Service Mode > Details of Service Mode > #SSSW > Details
8-9
Bit Function 1 0 Bit Function 1 0
3 not used - - 1 timing for storing polarity in memory telephone line after CI detection
4 not used - - Reception of call through caller ID display line
2 Yes No
5 not used - - (main unit line)
6 not used - - 3 not used - -
7 not used - - 4 not used - -
5 not used - -
T-8-13
6 Detection of continuous signal at fax/tel Yes No
Detailed Discussions of Bit 2 switchover
It converts "inch" into "mm" when transmitting the received image data. 7 not used - -
Scanning direction in conversion follows the Bit 2 setting of SW14. T-8-15

Detailed Discussions of Bit 1


●● SSSW-SW014 When a dial-in fax/tel switch-cover takes place, the polarity of the telephone line is stored in
memory for detection of reversal of the polarity of the telephone line. The timing may be set
List of Functions
so that it is either after detection of CI or after release of the telephone line.
Bit Function 1 0 Some switchboards are known to wrongly store the polarity, which can further cause
0 not used - -
the machine to enter standby state when the telephone line is released, thus disabling
1 not used - -
both main and sub sub scanning communication with the other party. If such is the case, be sure to select ‘after release of
2 direction of scanning for inch/mm conversion
scanning directions direction only telephone line’.
3 not used - -
4 inch-configuration resolution declaration declare do not declare CAUTION:
5 not used - -
If the switch is set to ‘after release of telephone line’, the reversal of the polarity cannot
6 not used - -
be detected from when CI is detected to when the telephoneline is released.
7 not used - -
T-8-14

Detailed Discussions of Bit 2


Detailed Discussions of Bit 2
Use it to specify whether to convert or not convert an inch-configuration resolution into a
When a machine which is not compatible with the caller ID display/modem dial-in service is
millimeter-configuration resolution for image read in G3 transmission:
connected to the subscriber line which is compatible with that service, the "main unit line" is
either in sub scanning direction only or in both main and sub scanning directions. The setting
made ready for receiving the incoming call.
is valid only when bit 1 of SW05 of #SSSW is set to '1'.

Detailed Discussions of Bit 6


Detailed Discussions of Bit 4
Select whether to detect a continuous ROT signal at FAX/TEL switchover.
Use it to specify whether to declare or not declare an inch-configuration resolution to the other
machine for G3 communication: if 'declare' is selected, the machine will indicate that it reads
and records at an inch-configuration resolution using the DIS, DCS, or DTC signal.
●● SSSW-SW16
List of Functions

●● SSSW-SW15 Bit Function 1 0


Either one All fax
List of Functions 0 No Paper display conditions Same size fax paper
paper
Bit Function 1 0 1 Check side cassette paper at No Paper display Do not check Check
0 not used - - 2 not used - -

8-9
8
Service Mode > Details of Service Mode > #SSSW > Details
8 Service Mode > Details of Service Mode > #SSSW > Details
8-10
Bit Function 1 0 ●● SSSW-SW22
3 not used - - List of Functions
4 not used - -
Bit Function 1 0
5 not used - -
6 not used - - 0 not used - -
7 not used - - 1 not used - -
2 not used - -
T-8-16
3 Prohibit manual polling Yes No
Detailed Discussions of Bit 0 4 not used - -
Selects a No Paper display for when; either the fax paper cassette or multitray is empty, or for 5 not used - -
when the same size paper is all used up. 6 not used - -
7 not used - -
Detailed Discussions of Bit 1 T-8-18

Selects whether to check the side cassette when checking if the same size paper is all used Detailed Discussions of Bit 3
up. Selects whether to prohibit by manual polling (off hook key + start key).

●● SSSW-SW18 ●● SSSW-SW25
List of Functions List of Functions

Bit Function 1 0
0 detection of carrier between DCS and TCF detect do not detect Bit Function 1 0
1 wait time for carrier between DCS and TCF 600msec 300msec Transmission telephone numbers displayed on reports Other fax
0 Called number
2 not used - - from CSI number
1 not used - -
3 not used - - If void CSI has been received, handle as non-received
4 not used - - 2 Yes No
CSI.
5 not used - - 3 Menu display of message language Display Do not display
6 not used - - 4 not used - -
7 not used - - 5 not used - -
T-8-17 6 not used - -
Detailed Discussions of Bit 0 7 not used - -
For reception, the absence of the carrier between DCS and TCF may be detected. If the T-8-19

machine returns FTT while the other party (PC-FAX in particular) is sending TCF to cause a Detailed Discussions of Bit 0
reception error, be sure to set the bit to ‘1’. If the error still occurs, set bit 1 of #1 SSSW SW18 Selects the transmission telephone number displayed on reports after the completion of
to ‘1’. This function is valid only when the machine uses an R288F modem. transmission.
When “Called number” is selected, the telephone number the fax called is displayed on
Detailed Discussions of Bit 1 reports.
For reception, the length of time during which the absence of the carrier is detected between When “Other fax number” is selected, the telephone number sent from the other fax (the CSI
DCS and TCF may be set. This bit is valid when ‘1’ is set to bit 0 of #1 SSSW SW18. signal data) is displayed on reports.

Detailed Discussions of Bit 2


At "1" on this Bit, ignore the void CSI if received and if the dial has been made at this point,

8-10
8
Service Mode > Details of Service Mode > #SSSW > Details
8 Service Mode > Details of Service Mode > #SSSW > Details
8-11
the dialed number will be indicated on the LCD/ Report screen.
At "0" on this Bit, even though the dialed number is acknowledged, LCD/Report screen will Detailed Discussions of Bit 4
indicate nothing. Select whether the receiver falls back during V.34 reception. If 'Prohibit' is selected, the
receiver does not fall back.
Detailed Discussions of Bit 3
When “Display” is selected, adds a Message Language menu to the user data “System Detailed Discussions of Bit 5
Setting”. This allows selecting different languages which to show displays and reports. Select whether the transmitter falls beck during V.34 transmission. If 'Prohibit' is selected, teh
transmitter does not fall back.
●● SSSW-SW28
List of Functions ●● SSSW-SW30
List of Functions
Bit Function 1 0
0 Caller V.8 protocol No Yes Bit Function 1 0
1 Called party V.8 protocol No Yes 0 not used - -
2 Caller V.8 protocol late start No Yes 1 not used - -
3 Called party V.8 protocol late start No Yes 2 not used - -
4 V.34 reception fallback Prohibited Not prohibited 3 not used - -
5 V.34 transmission fallback Prohibited Not prohibited 4 not used - -
6 not used - - 5 New dial tone detection method Detect with the new Detect with the
7 not used - - method. existing method.
T-8-20
6 not used - -
7 not used - -
Detailed Discussions of Bit 0
T-8-21
Select whether to use the V.8 protocol when calling. If NO is selected, the V.8 protocol is
Detailed Discussions of Bit 5
inhibited at calling and the V.21 protocol is used
When "Detect with the new method" is selected, tone is detected for 3.5 seconds before call
origination in order to discriminate between dial tone and voice. If dial tone is detected and
Detailed Discussions of Bit 1
the time since line seizure is 3.5 seconds or longer, call origination takes place immediately. If
Select whether to use the V.8 protocol when called. If NO is selected, the V8 protocol is
the time since line seizure is less than 3.5 seconds,
inhibited when called and the V.21 protocol is used.
call origination takes place after waiting for 1 second. (If the time since line seizure reaches
3.5 seconds during the 1-second waiting period, call origination takes place immediately. By
Detailed Discussions of Bit 2
default, "Detect with a new method" is assigned for this SW.
If ANSam signal is not received during transmission, select whether to use the V.8 protocol
when the other fax machine declares the V.8 protocol in DIS signal. If NO is selected, the CI
signal is not transmitted and the V.8 protocol is not used even if the DIS that specifies the V.8 ●● SSSW-SW32
protocol is received. List of Functions
The V.8 late start is not executed during manual transmission regardless of this setting. Bit Function 1 0
0 not used - -
Detailed Discussions of Bit 3 1 not used - -
Select whether to declare the V.8 protocol in DIS signal for reception. If NO is selected, the V.8 2 not used - -
protocol cannot be used because it is not declared in DIS signal. 3 not used - -
4 not used - -
The V.8 late start is not executed during manual reception regardless of this setting.

8-11
8
Service Mode > Details of Service Mode > #SSSW > Details
8 Service Mode > Details of Service Mode > #SSSW > Details
8-12
Bit Function 1 0 When "1" is selected, the counter is displayed.
5 not used - - When "0" is selected, the counter is not displayed.
6 not used - -
7 not used - - ●● SSSW-SW34
T-8-22
List of Functions
●● SSSW-SW33 Bit Function 1 0
List of Functions 0 Display the waste toner full warning Yes No
Bit Function 1 0 Drum replacement required
E019 displayed on
1 Switch the waste toner full warning message displayed on an
0 count B4 (Print) as large size Yes No an service call
operator call
1 not used - - 2 User drum replacement menu display Yes No
2 count B4 (Scan) as large size Yes No 3 not used - -
3 the counter display type change in Japan and USA Yes No 4 not used - -
4 not used - - 5 not used - -
5 Toner cartridge replacement counter display Yes No 6 not used - -
6 not used - - 7 not used - -
7 not used - -
T-8-25
T-8-23
Detailed Discussions of Bit 0
Detailed Discussions of Bit 0
You can select whether a waste toner full warning is to be displayed.
Use it to specify whether B4 paper (Print) should be counted as large-size paper.
When "1" is selected, a waste toner full warning is displayed.
If 'yes' is selected, B4 paper will be counted as large-size paper.
When "0" is selected, a waste toner full warning is not displayed.
If 'no' is selected, on the other hand, B4 paper will be counted as small-size paper.

Detailed Discussions of Bit 1


Detailed Discussions of Bit 2
Select whether to display the waste toner full warning as a drum replacement required
Use it to specify whether B4 paper (Scan) should be counted as large-size paper.
message or as E019 displayed on an operator call. Select 1 to display a rum replacement
If 'yes' is selected, B4 paper will be counted as large-size paper.
required message on an operator call. Select 0 to display E019 on an service call.
If 'no' is selected, on the other hand, B4 paper will be counted as small-size paper.

Detailed Discussions of Bit 2


Detailed Discussions of Bit 3/4
Select whether to display the user drum replacement menu.
Select whether to switch the counter display type in effect in Japan and USA to the
When "1" is selected, the menu is displayed.
conventional or new type. Select "Yes" to display counters in the new type.
When "0" is selected, the menu is not displayed.
Select "No" to display counters in the conventional type.
Bit4 Bit3
Conventional type(type1) 0 0
New type(type2) 0 1
New type(type3) 1 0
New type(type4) 1 1
T-8-24

Detailed Discussions of Bit 5


Select whether to display the toner cartridge replacement counter.

8-12
8
Service Mode > Details of Service Mode > #SSSW > Details
8 Service Mode > Details of Service Mode > #MENU > Deatails
8-13
●● SSSW-SW35 #MENU
List of Functions
■■Menu Switch Composition
Bit Function 1 0
0 e-RDS function ON/OFF Yes No No. Function Range of settings
1 Call button function ON/OFF Yes No 005 NL equalizer 1: ON, 0: OFF
2 ScanToMeia function enable/disable enable disable 006 Telephone line monitor 0: DIAL, 1: SERVICEMAN [1], 2: SERVICEMAN [2], 3: OFF
3 MediaPrint function enable/disable enable disable 007 Transmission level (ATT) From 0 to 15 (ex: 15= -15 dBm)
4 IC card authentication management function ON/OFF Yes No V.34 modulation speed
008 0: 3429, 1: 3200, 2: 3000, 3: 2800, 4: 2743, 5: 2400
5 not used - - upper limit
009 V34 data speed upper 0: 33.6kbs, 1: 31.2kbs, 2: 28.8kbs, 3: 26.4kbs, 4: 24.0kbs
6 not used - -
limit 5: 21.6kbs, 6: 19.2kbs, 7: 16.8kbs, 8: 14.4kbs, 9: 12.0kbs
7 not used - -
10: 9.6kbs, 11: 7.2kbs, 12: 4.8kbs, 13: 2.4kbs
T-8-26
Frequency of pseudoring
Detailed Discussions of Bit 0 010 0: 50Hz, 1: 25Hz, 2: 17Hz
signal
Select whether to set the e-RDS function. T-8-27
When "1" is selected, the function is set.
■■Deatails
When "0" is selected, the function is not set.
●● <005: NL equalizer>
Detailed Discussions of Bit 1 Use it to enable-disable the NL equalizer.
Select whether to set the call button function. If errors occur often during communication because of the condition of the line, enable (ON)
When "1" is selected, the function is set. the NL equalizer.
When "0" is selected, the function is not set.

Detailed Discussions of Bit 2 MEMO:


Select whether to enable or disable the ScanToMeia function. Any of the following error codes may be indicated at time of transmission because of
the line condition:
When "1" is selected, the function is enabled. ##100, ##101, ##102, ##104, ##201, ##281, ##282, ##283, ##750, ##755, ##765,
When "0" is selected, the function is disabled. ##774, ##779, ##784, ##789
Any of the following error codes may be indicated at time of transmission because of
the line condition:
Detailed Discussions of Bit 3
##103, ##107, ##114, ##201, ##790, ##793
Select whether to enable the MediaPrint function.
When "1" is selected, the function is enabled.
When "0" is selected, the function is disabled.
●● <006: Telephone line monitor>
Use it to s the telephone line monitor function:
Detailed Discussions of Bit 4
DIAL: generate the monitor sound of the telephone line using the speaker from the start of
Select whether to set the IC card authentication function.
transmission to DIS.
When "1" is selected, the function is set.
SERVICEMAN [1]: generate the monitor sound of the telephone line using the speaker
When "0" is selected, the function is not set.
from the start of communication to the end of it.
SERVICEMAN [2]: generate the monitor sound of the telephone line2 (Option).
OFF: do not generate the monitor sound of the telephone line using the speaker.

8-13
8
Service Mode > Details of Service Mode > #MENU > Deatails
8 Service Mode > Details of Service Mode > #NUMERIC > Numerical Parameter Composition
8-14
●● <007: ATT transmission level> #NUMERIC
Use it to set the transmission level (ATT).
Raise the transmission level if errors occur frequently at time of communication because of ■■Numerical Parameter Composition
the condition of the line. (It means close to 8) No. Item Range of settings
002 RTN transmission condition(1) 1% to 99%
MEMO: 003 RTN transmission condition (2) 2 to 99 item
Any of the following error codes may be indicated at time of transmission because of 004 RTN transmission condition (3) 1 to 99 lines
the line condition: 005 NCC pause time length (pre-ID code) 1 to 60 sec
##100, ##101, ##102, ##104, ##201, ##280, ##281, ##282, ##283, ##284, ##750, 006 NCC pause time length (post-ID code) 1 to 60 sec
##752, ##754, ##755, ##757, ##759, ##760, ##762, ##764, ##765,
010 line condition identification time length 0 to 9999 (10 msec)
##767, ##769, ##770, ##772, ##774, ##775, ##777, ##779, ##780, ##782, ##784,
011 T.30T1 timer (for reception) 0 to 9999 (10 msec)
##785, ##787, ##789
Any of the following error codes may be indicated at time of reception because of the 013 T.30 EOL timer 500 to 3000 (10 msec)
line condition: 015 hooking detection time length 0 to 999
##103, ##106, ##107, ##201, ##793 016 time length to first response at time of fax/tel switchover 0 to 9
##103, ##106, ##107, ##201, ##793 017 pseudo RBT signal pattern ON time length 0 to 999
018 pseudo RBT signal pattern OFF time length (short) 0 to 999
019 pseudo RBT signal pattern OFF time length (long) 0 to 999
020 pseudo CI signal pattern ON time length 0 to 999
●● <008: V.34 modulation speed upper limit> 021 pseudo CI signal pattern OFF time length (short) 0 to 999
022 pseudo CI signal pattern OFF time length (long) 0 to 999
Use it to set an upper limit to the modulation speed (baud rate) for the V.34 primary 023 CNG detection level at time of fax/tel switchover 0 to 7
channel. 024 pseudo RBT transmission level at time of fax/tel switchover 10 to 20
0 to 20 (120/230V)
025 Answering machine connection function signal detection time 0 to 999
●● <009: V.34 data speed upper limit>
027 preamble detection time length for V21 low-speed flag 20 (x 10ms)
Use it to set an upper limit to the data transmission speed for the V.34 primary channel 051 Hooking detection threshold
between 2.4K and 33.6K bps in increments of 2400 bps. (0: 2.4K to 13:33.6K bps). 053 Setting of DTMF call origination count at remote reception of fax
054 Setting of busy tone output time when handset is used
055 acquisition period of environmental log data 0 to 480 (60min)
●● <010: Frequency of the pseudo CI signal> 056 display the type of soft counter 1 101 (Fixed)
You may select a frequency for the pseudo CI signal. 057 Display the type of soft counter 2 0 to 999
Some types of external telephones do not ring when the fax/tel switch-over function is ON. 058 Display the type of soft counter 3 0 to 999
To sound the ring, change the pseudo CI signal. 059 Display the type of soft counter 4 0 to 999
060 Display the type of soft counter 5 0 to 999
061 Display the type of soft counter 6 0 to 999
074 e-RDS RGW port number
075 Interval of transmission for e-RDS 3rd party
T-8-28

8-14
8
Service Mode > Details of Service Mode > #NUMERIC > Numerical Parameter Composition
8 Service Mode > Details of Service Mode > #NUMERIC > Details
8-15
■■Details MEMO:
Any of the following error codes may be indicated because of the condition of the line
●● <002:RTN transmission condition (1)><003: RTN transmission ##0005, ##0018
condition (2)><004: RTN transmission condition (3)> The line condition identification time is between when the dial signal is transmitted and
when the line condition is cut for the transmitting party, while it is between
Use it to set RTN signal transmission conditions. Raise these parameters for more lenient
when the DIS signal is transmitted and when the line is cut for the receiving party.
conditions if errors occur frequently at time of reception because of transmission of the
RTN signal.

MEMO: ●● <011: T.30 T1 timer (for reception)>


Any of the following error codes may be indicated at time of reception because of RTN
Set the T1 timer for the receiver (wait time after DIS transmission starts until a significant
signal transmission
##0104, ##0107, ##0114, ##0201 signal is received).
RTN signal transmission condition (1) affects the ratio of error lines to the total number
of lines per single page of received images.
RTN signal transmission condition (2) affects the standard value (*2) of burst errors (*1).
●● <013:T.30 EOL timer>
RTN signal condition (3) affects the number of errors not reaching the standard value Set it so that the 1-line transmission time is longer for reception to prevent reception errors
of burst errors. caused by a long data length per line (e.g., computer FAX).
*1: transmission error occurring cover several lines.
*2: for instance, if '15' is set, a single burst error will represent an error occurring
continuously cover 15 lines. ●● <016: time length to first response at time of fax/tel switchover>
If any of these lines is detected while an image signal is being received, the RTN signal
Allows setting of the time from seizing the line till pseudo RBT is sent, when the Fax/ Tel
will be transmitted after receiving the protocol signal of the transmitting
party. Higher parameters restrict the transmission of the RTN signal. switching function is operating.

●● <017: pseudo