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NP-4050

SERVICE MANUAL
(for 220/240)
REVISION 1 JAN. 1993

Canon
FYS-13BF-010
COPYRIGHT 1993 CANON INC. CANON NP-4050 REV, I JAN. 1993 PRINTED IN JAPAN

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I. FEATURES
1. Full range of basic features plus four front-loading cassette holders. - The front loading system (4cassette, maximumof 500 sheets each) enabled acompact design for space saving. . As many as 40 copies (A4, horizontal) may be produced for high-speed copying operation. - The copies may be reduced or enlarged between 50% and 200% in the zoom mode or produced at eight fixed ratios. . The copy paper may be as large as A3 or as small as postcards, and it may be tracing paper or OHP. - The machine’s duplexing unit is designed compact with the adoption of the set-b&system. 2. Variety of additional features including an LCD with dialog-type messages. - Prompts are given on the display for ease of operation. - Dates and times may be displayed. - Some of the modes available to enable efficient copying work include the following: automatic paper selection, automatic reproduction selection, automatic two-sided/overlay (it A4 or 85, 20 copies continuous; if A3 or B4,i copy), two-page separation, binding, frame erasing, photo, zoom program, auto cassette change, pre-heat, ID (25 max.), weekly timer (automatic power-otf time), mode memory, etc. 3. Options for full automatic copying work. * The machine’s new communication systemforthe RDF, sorter, stapler folder, andotheroptions enables high-speed system operation. See “System Configuration.”

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Description Desk top Fixed Halogen lamp 270 W (100/l 15V models) 300 W (230V models)

A. System
Item Copier body Copyboard Light source

Lens Photosensitive medium

Zoom lens OPC ,_

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Item Reproduction Charging Exposure Copy density adiustment Development Pickup Transfer Separation Cleaning Fixing Automatic Manual Indirect electrophotographic Corona Slit (moving light source) Automatic (AE) or Manual Dry (toner projection) 2 cassettes or 4 cassettes Manual Corona Corona (static separation) Blade Heat roller (880 W) Description

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Item Document type Document size (max.) Reproduction ratio Wait time First copy Continuous copying Copying speed Copy size Cassette g Manual ,x & 4 a TwoAutomatic $ sided/ 0 Overlay Manual COPY Cassette Copy tray Non-image width Description Sheet, Book, 3-D object (2 kg max.) A3 (297 x 420 mm)/LDG (11”~ 17”) 4R4E (DIRECT; see Table l-l), 50% to 200% (ZOOM) 4 min (approx., 20°C) 5 set or less (A4; AE; upper cassette) 999 (max.) See Table 1-2. A3/LDG (297 x 431.8 mm; max.) Postcard (100 x 148 mm) Plain paper (64 to 80 g/m*), Tracing paper, Colored paper’ Plain paper (64 to 128 g/m’), Tracing paper, Colored paper’, OHP film*, Commercial postcard’, Label sheet* Plain paper (64 to 80 g/m2), Colored paper’ Plain paper (64 to 128 g/m2), Colored paper*, OHP film’ (overlay only), Commercial postcard’ Clawless, Front loading; 54 mm deep (about 500 sheets of 80 g/m2) 100 sheets (approx.; 80 g/m’) 2.5 f 1.5 mm (leading edge: one-sided), 2.0 fl .O mm (left/right; one-sided, two-sided, overlay), 2.5 f 2.0 mm (leading edge; two-sided, overlay) Available (2 min standard; may be varied between 1 and 9 min in 1-min increments; may be disabled) Available (2 hr standard; may be disabled) Available (set in I-min increments)
RDF-Bl , Stapler Sorter-Al, Auto Stapler Folder-Al, Auto Stapler-Al, CCV, Sorter-Al, Sorter-Bl”, CCV, Cassette Feeding Unit-Dl, Paper Deck Pedestal-D1

Auto clear

Auto shut-off Weekly shut-off Option

* Of a type recommended by Canon. ** No tandem configuration.

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(sound power level as prescribed ISO) by

Height Weight

623 mm’, 958 mm” 92 kg’ (approx.) 124 kg” (approx.)

Consumables

Copy paper Toner

Keep wrapped to protect against humidity. Avoid direct sunlight; keep it under 40X, 85%.

* Copyboard type, including 2 cassettes. ‘* Copyboard type, including 4 cassettes.
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REDUCE 1:0.500 1:0.707 1:0.816 1:0.865 1:0.500 1:0.707 Table 1-l

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Paper Deck Pedestal Type of copy paper Deck A4. As per copier. 64 to 80 g/M. about 1500 sheets of SOgM’) 24 VDC (from copier) 702. 162 mm deep (max. colored paper*) No claw. CANON HP-4050 AN.4 (H) mm 42 kg Power supply Dimensions Weight l of a type recommended by Canon.E. LTR (plain paper. Front loading.5 (W) x 575 (D) x 335. l-6 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC.0 JULY 1991 PAINTEO 111 JAPAN [IMPAIME AU JAPONI d . 24 VDC (from copier) 700 (W) x 575 (D) x 337 (t-t) mm 27 kg F. 85. Cassette Feeding Unit Type of copy paper Cassette Power supply Dimensions Weight As per copier.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION I .--_ x III.0 JULY 1991 PRINTEO IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI l-7 . CANON NP-4050 REV. Exteriors Q 0 Copyboard cover Q Control panel @ Power switch @ Front door @ Cassette @ Copy tray Figure 1-l @ Fixing assembly knob Q Total copy cdunter @ Hopper @ Lock lever (developing assembly) 0 Feeder assembly release lever @ Lower feeder lever Figure 1-2 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. NAMES OF PARTS A.

6 mirror Blank exposure lamp Photosensitive drum No. Cross Section 1.I GENERAL DESCRIPTION B. 5 mirror Black developing assembly Manual feed assembly Figure 1-3 Q @I 8 @I 0 @I Pre-transfer corona assembly Transfer/Separation corona assembly Drum cleaning assembly Feeder assembly Cassette Fixing assembly Cross Section of Copier Body 1-8 COPYRIGHT 0 1993CAIIOH INC. CANONHP-4050 RN. 1 mirror Scanning lamp Copyboard glass Zoom lens Pre-exposure lamp Primary corona assembly No. 4 mirror No. 2 mirror No. 3 mirror No.0 JULY 1991 PAINTEA IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPON) . Copier Body No.

- COPYAIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. 4 registration roller @ Cassette 4 separation roller Q Cassetle 4 feeder roller 0 Cassette.4 pick-up roller Figure l-4 Cross Section of Cassette Feeding Unit (3rd/41h cassette) .0 JULY 1991 PRINTEM IN JAPAN [IMPRIME AU JAPONI l-9 . Cassette Feeding Unit (3rd/4th cassette) j---Y @ Q @ @ Cassette 3 pick-up roller Cassette 3 separation roller Cassette 3 feeder roller No.-I’\ 2. CANON HP-4OSO AN.

0 CANONHP-4050 REV.IGENERALDESCAIPTION 3.0 JULY 1931 PRINTED JAPAN IN IIMPAIME JAPONI AU . Paper Deck Pedestal Left pick-up roller Left feeder roller Left separation roller Left feeder assembly Right Pick-up roller Figurel-5 Cross Section @ @ @ @ @ of Right feeder roller Right separation roller Right deck Lifter Left deck Deck Pedestal Paper l-10 COPYAIGHT 1993CANONINC.

@ AE key ‘23 SORT/STAPLE/GROUP 8 key FOLD key COPYRIGHT IQ93CANONINC.stops continuous copying operation.sheet . Control Panel Figure I-6 REDUCE/ENLARGE key DIRECT key Message display PAPER SELECT key RESET key Standard MoQ reproduction ratio: 100% paper selection: auto 1 copy count: copy color: black density: AE OK key ASTERISK key SCROLL key GUIDE key ERASE key .document @I @I @ @ @ Q 0 @I @ AUTO ZOOM key ZOOM key MARGIN key PHOTO key POWER switch OVERLAY MODE key TWO-SIDED MODE key COPY MODE MEMO key TWO-PAGE SEPARATION MODE key @ STANDBY key . .‘7. the fixing temperature is controlled to 10°C lower than when in standby. OPERATION A. 0 CANONHP-4050 REV. 1993PAINTED JAPAN IN IIMPAIME lAPON AU 1-11 . in 9 steps. IV.1 JAN. at the same time. effective for a single copy only.when ON. @I INTERRUPT key . the control panel indicators go OFF. @ IDkey @ NUMBER keys @I CLEAR/STOP key @I COPY START key @ COPY DENSITY key * normally.GENERALDESCRIPTION I .may be set to 17 steps (service mode).

1593 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPRIME AU JAPONI . the manual density adjustment mechanism.For a darker copy. 0 If the numeric keypad does not work or if a mistake is made. press the CLEAR/STOP key or the RESET key. The machine has an auto start mode. the watt time is about 4 min (at 20°C ambient temperature). pressthe COPY DENSITY key to make adjustments white referring to copies made in the AE yde. press the lighterkeyto move the index to the left. .The WAIT indicator starts to glow green when the temperature of the fixing assembly reaches a specific value.The machine returns to the standard mode if left alone for about 2 min’ after copying operation or key operation. thereby moving the index to the right. When the jam is removed. the copy count display shows the remaining numberof copies. Press the DIRECT. press the CLEAR/STOP key and re-enter the count. the remaining number of copies will be made automatically when the COPY START key is pressed after adding paper. . or ZOOM key to suit the size of the copy paper. press theCLEAR/STOPkeyorthe RESETkey. s To stop continuous copying operation. .1 JAN. . . ‘ii.The automatic density adjustment mechanism may be switched overto manual density adjustment between the first and the last copies. . . and place the document face down along the size index. ‘Variable. tf the copies are too dark or too tffht in the AE mode. . . all other keys are disabled between the first and last copies. Press the COPY DENSITY key to suit the density of the document. ‘- . Note: t. . the documents on the document tray are picked up automatically and copying operation starts. Feed A4 label sheet horizontally. and check the input on the copy count display. If a jam occurs in the middle of copying operation. press the darker key. however. REDUCE. -’ 1-12 COPMIGHT 0 1993CANON INC.If the RDF is attached. (m-@-+m Note: .The copy count display after each copying operation indicates the initial setting.Copies are made in the specified number. . cannot be switched over to automatic density adjustment. CANON HP-4050 AEV. Making Copies 1) Press the POWER switch to the ‘ON’ position. for a lightercopy. i: Feed postcards vertically. Figure l-7 I 6) Enter the number of copies to make (1 to 999) using the numeric keypad.To stop continuous copying operation. Select the cassette holder if to specify the size of copy paper. / 5) “.Normally.Replace the cassette if necessary.Except for the CLEAR/STOP and INTERRUPT keys.the copying operation will stop after finishing the on-going copy run.6. ENLARGE. . Lit the copyboard cover. If the ADD PAPER indicatorgoesON andthecopying operation stops in the middle of copying operation. 2) 3) 4) 7) Press the COPY START key.. the JAM message is indicated on the message display and copying operation stops. .

selecting the ‘COUNT ALL CLEAR’ and pressing the PK key will cause all counts to ‘0’. Figure l-11 . Use paper of 60 to 12Og1m2. Storing the ID Mode As many as 25 4-digit ID numbers may be stored. and press the COPY START key. iv. Figure l-10 . Making Two-Sided/Overlay Copies Manually Two-sided or overlay copies may be made manually. Select Display Totals. 5) Press the ID key to store all ID Nos. and correct the curl. if any.~ID.ID Number Registration COPY Totalization 5) Press the OK key to return to the standard screen. E.. note the following: i. Note: The counts cannot be returned to ‘0’ by on an individual basis. copies may be made only in response to any of the stored numbers. Auto Start Mode The auto start mode may be activated while the copier is in the following wait states: during the wait period after power-on. i. Select Display Totals or Clear All Totals. before the second copy run (OHP film. v.and [ZZI keys in sequence.---. n Controlllng the Copy Volume *-I D. and enter another ID No.--. 000010 COPIES 1) Press the *. set the copy modes. and during the cleaning operation of the wire. An accumulative count of copies made under each ID No. Set the documents during the wait period. Cool the copy sufficiently after first copy run. 1993 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPRIME AU JAPON) 1-13 . Repeat the operation as necessary. and an accumulative count of copies undereach number may also be obtained. Figure l-9 I COPYAIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. ii.*. ‘I Press the q key to bring up the desired group and count. AUTO ZOOM. using the numeric keypad.1 JAN. 3) Enter an ID No. and press the OK key. and * keys in sequence. may be obtained as follows: Pressthe*.. Orientthecopycorrectly. and press the OK key.AUTOZOOM. iii.. 2) Press the OK key. Copying operation will start automatically using the preselected copy modes as soon as the copier enters the standby mode.e. Make sure that the paper is not moist. Figure I-9 4) Press the OK key. C. n Registering an ID No. The WAIT indicator will change from green to orange to indicate that the auto start mode has been activated: no interrupt command will be accepted. Make sure that the paper is not curled. ID. advance the group No.. during the wait period after deactivation of the pre-heat mode. in particular). turnoverthecopy without changing its rear/front orientation. CANON HP-4050 REV. The automatic start mode may be deactivated using the CLEAR/STOP key or the RESET key.

5) Press the OK key.- ?+rn-.Mode Memory As many as three copy modes may be stored for use in the future. ~-~i?-~ * Cleaning the Corona Wires Using this mode. ~-@l--rpiJ * Auto Original Counting When setting documents on the RDF and making two-sided copies from a multiple number of one-sided documents. If the result of computation is 50% or less 50% will be selected. the position of the binding margin may be specified in terms of priority.ZOOM Program Enter the size of the document and the desired size of copies. 1-14 COPYAlGHT 0 1993CdNONINC. the mechanism will select the best reproduction ratio automatically. M2. the page orientation may be specified in terms of left or right page. CANON NWC50 AN. 1543 PAINTED IN JAPAN lIMPRIME AU JAPON) . q-rO-tjOK . Select ‘STORE MODE MEMORY’. if 200% or more 200% will be selected. this mode enables finer adjustment. Press the *key.F. Press the desired copy mode keys. or M3). --. it is possible to have the machine clean the primary. in the two-page separation mode. Using the Asterisk (User) Mode The machine is equipped with the asterisk (user) mode.1 JAN. Press the COPY MODE MEMO ke) (Ml. . the documents are counted first before copying operation so that the last page of the documents will be copied as if in the one-sided copymode.thismechanismmaybedisabled. left binding is selected. i 1) 2) 3) 4) o-+n+m[ . by which the user can store settings of his or her Key operation @ii-l Description Remarks . transfer. ~ Normally. and separation corona wires automatically.Left/Right Margin For the margin mode.@ * Exposure Recalibration If the copies are too dark or too light after density adjustment.

. . COPYAlGHT 0 1993 UWON INC. and time stored in the built-in clock may be adjusted. and any wrong setting also disables the mechanism. 1993 PRINTED IN JAWLN IIMPAIME AU JAPON) 1-15 . CANON IIP-405D ilE’J. The auto-clear time is set to 2 min when the copier is shipped from the factory.1 #II. Feed the sheets in the ‘two-sided to onesided’ mode to clean the separation belt and the feeder roller. 1 ) Setting the Date and the Time With this mode. month. day. and press the OK key.Setting the Auto-Clear Time The auto-clear time may be set between 1 and 9 min in 1-min increments. setting the lime to ‘0O:OO disables the mechanism. Setting the tiie to 0 min disables the mechanism. the year.operation Key Description Remarks I - Feeder Cleaning (RDF) Set 10 blank sheets of copy paper on the feeder tray. Auto Shut-Off Time Set The auto shut-off time may be set for each day of the week.

1 3 Figure I-13 . turn the fixing assembly knob counterclockwise. Figure 1-15 l-16 COPYAIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. Removing Jam from Area 2 1) Shift the lowerfeeder lever up. and open the delivery door. 2. remove the jam as described below. CANON flu. WARNINGS AND CORRECTIONS A. ‘_.0JULY NP-4050 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JAPON) . and remove the jam.. - / \ Figure 1-12 Figure 1-14 The message comes on in response to a jam in the machine.I GENERAL DESCAIPTIDN V. Removing Jam from Area 1 1) Turn the feeder assembly release lever counterclockwise.\. and remove the copy paper. If the paper is trapped in the fixing assembly.. . 2) Detach the copy tray. /-. JAM Message 1. and remove the copy paper.

Removing Jam from Area 5 1) Liftthe manual feed tray cover. and remove the copy paper. and remove the paper. and remove the copy paper. Removing Jam from Area 3 of 1) Open the upper right door or lower right door the cassette assembly. CANON HP-4050 RB. Removing Jam from Area 4 1) Lift the lever of the lower feeder assembly. 5. Jam in Paper Deck Pedestal 1) Open the copiers front door. ) Figure 1-19 Figure l-17 CllPYAlCHT 0 1993CUNpN INC. 6. If the copy paper cannot be removed.0 JULY 1991 PRINTEO IN JilfflW IIMPMIP RU JUPM) 1-17 . 2) Openthelowerrightdoorof thedeckassembly. and remove the copy paper. Figure l-18 Figure l-16 4.3. slide out the cassette.

and remove the jam. and slide the assembly until it stops. and remove the jam. CANON HP-4050 RfWl JULY 1991 PNlh’M IN JAbINllhfPRlMl JAW AU . . 9) Close thelowerrightdoorolthedeckassembly. Figure 1-21 Figure 1-24 3) Slide the left feeder assembly and the left/right deck into their original positions. Figure 1-23 7) Bring up the knob on the left feeder assembly. \ Figure 1-22 1-18 COPYNIGHT0 1593 CMION INC.-. I 5) Slide out the left deck. and remove the jam. 10) Close the copier’s front door.- GENERAL DESCRIPTION 3) Bring down the green grip. and remove the jam. 6) Hold the grip of the left feeder assembly. Figure l-20 4) Slide out the right deck.

and slide the deck to the front until it stops. and keep the leading edges of the sheets together.‘-\ Figure 1-26 3) Place the copy paper on the lifting plate of the cassette. ADD Paper Message 4) Set the cassette in the machine. Flgure 1-29 3) Slide the deck back into its original position. perform the following steps: 1. 2. I .’ -\ B. Pick-Up from Cassette 1) Hold the grip of the selected cassette. Adding Paper to the Paper Deck Pedestal 1) Hold the grip on the paper deck.GENERAL D&CRIPTION I . keep the face next to the seem facing down. Figure 1-27 COPYAIGHT 1593CANON 0 INC. Figure 1-25 The message comes on when the cassette is running out of paper. and set it in the deck. 2) Set copy paper in the cassette. 1543 PRINTED IN JAPAN IlMPAlMt AU JAPONI l-19 .1 JAN. Figure 1-28 2) Take out copy paper from its package. and slide the cassette to the front as far as it moves. CANONHP450 AN.

C. and pull it to unit1it stops.1 JAN. listen for a click. Figure 1-31 3) Shake the toner cartridge back and forth about several times. ADD Toner Message 4) Fit the boss of the toner cartridge into the groove along the rear of the hopper unit. the front Figure 1-32 Figure 1-35 l-20 COPVAIGNT 0 1993 CANOH INC. Figure 1-34 6) Hold the cartridge grip. \ . 2) Slide the hopper unit to the front.lPON) . perform the following steps: 1) Open the front door.-. r _ Figure I-30 The message comes on when the toner is running out. Figure 1-33 5) Hold the cartridge. CANON HP-4050 REV. and pull the hopper grip (identified by a gray seal) to the front until the seal stopper comes into view. 1993 PAINTEO IN JAPAN IIMPGIME AU J.

1993 PRINTED IN JAPAN [IMPRIME AU JAPONI 1-21 . 9) Lift the front of the toner cartridge. ROUTINE MAINTENANCE BY THE USER Advise the user to clean the following at least once a week. Copyboard Cover Clean it using mild detergent solution. VI.. 2.. IO) Set the hopper unit to the machine. and detach the seal stopper from the hopper carefully.. then.I JAN. Clean it with a moist cloth.. 1 I) Close the front door. 8) Push the hopper grip to the rear until the toner cartridge becomes unlocked.--\ 7) Tap on the top of the toner cartridge lightly until all toner inside the toner cartridge has dropped into the hopper unit. Copyboard Glass I)). COPYAIGHT 1993CANON 0 INC. then. CANON NW050 AE’J. dry wipe it. dry wipe k. 1. Note: For black loner used at time of installat$ sees CHAPTER 5.

1 JAN./--Y.‘-1 I. CANON NP-4050 AEV. Outline The NP-4050 is an electrophotographic copier constructed Copyboard as shown in Figure 2-I. IMAGE FORMATION A. I Zoom lens _~--Primary corcma assembly Blank exposure lamp Drum cleaning assembly ./-” Figure 2-2 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. 1993 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAW 2-l . COPY paper Figure :“‘> 2-I _______________---_~_-_ Electrostatic Latent Image Formation Block .

B. a conductive core of aluminum.The following nine steps are involved in producing images: Step 1 Pre-exposure Step 2 Primarycoronaexposure(negativeDC) Step 3 Image exposure Step 4 Development (AC + negative DC) Step5 Pre-transfer corona exposure (AC + positive DC) Step 6 Transfer (negative DC) Step 7 Separation (AC + positive DC) Step 8 Fixing Step 9 Drum cleaning The photosensitive drum consists of two layers.1 JAN. thereby forming an electrostatic image on the drum surface. Electrostatic Latent Image Formation Block This block consists of three steps during which the negative charges in the areas of the drum surface corresponding to the dark areas of the document are left as they are while those corresponding to the light areas of the document are rid of the negative charges. therefore. 1993 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI . These electrostaticimageson thedrumsurfaceare not visible to the human eye and. are called elecffosfatic latent images. lime (1) - /-------I Lightarea Photoconductive layer Conductive layer Figure 2-3 Image exposure (step 3) Figure 2-4 2-2 COPYRIGHT 0 1993CANONMC. CANON HP-4050 REV. the outer layer is a photoconductive layer made of OPC and the inner layer.

and. a bias is applied to the grid. COPYNIGHTD 1993 CANONINC. The surface potential of the drum is dependent on the potential of the grid.0 JULY 1591 PNINTB IN JAPAN [IMPRIME AU JAPONI 2-3 . to ensure stable surface potential of the drum. Step 2 Primary Corona Exposure Figure 2-5 Pre-exposure eliminates the residual charges onthedrumtoprepareforprimarycoronaexposure. CANONHP-4050 REV. thereby ensuring even copy density.COPYING PROCESS I ‘-\ C. Step 1 Pre-Exposure D. Ffgure 2-6 Primary corona exposure charges the drum surface to a uniform negative potential. A voltage equal to that of the grid bias is applied to the shield plate to ensure correct corona discharge from the primary corona assembly.

CANON HP-4tXC REV. _-. The toner has an insulating characteristic and is charged to a positive potential by friction against the rotating cylinder.E. Asshown in FigureZ-9. Step 4 Development /- Figure 2-8 Figure 2-7 The optical image of the document is projected on the drum surface to neutralize the charges in the light areas.0 JULY 1991 PAINTEO IN JAPAN [IMPRIME AU JAPON) . The toner (developer) used for the machine is a single-component type. thedevelopingassembly consists of a developing cylinder and a magnetic blade. the developing cylinder is made up of a fixed magnet and a cylinder which rotates around the magnet. Step 3 Image Exposure F. Figure 2-9 2-4 COPYAIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. consisting mainly of magnetite and resin.

darkens the image but. can cause fogging. An AC bias and a DC bias (negative component) aresimultaneouslyappliedtothedevelopingcylinder and the blade and. on the other hand. .’ CANON HP-4050 AEY. the toner is attracted to the photosensitive drum because of the drum surface potential and the development bias (positive component). therefore. they provide a developing bias. at the same time. frequency in particular. even layer.e. The AC corona from the pre-transfer corona assembly. A concentrated magnetic filed develops betweenthe magnet and the tipof the blade. A DC bias affects the copy density and. Excess toner is then repelled by the photosensitive drum by the work of the drum surface’potential and the development bias (negative component). mostly affects gradation. G. Step 5 Pre-Transfer Corona Exposure DC bias Figure 2-11 Figure 2-10 During copying operation. the toner becomes virtually immobile because of the strong attraction to the blade. attracting the magnetized toner. The increase improves the transfer and facilitates the separation of the copy paper at the same time.0 JULY 1591 PAINTED IN JAPAN [IMPRIME AU JAPON) 2-5 . An AC bias.. COPYAlGHT 1993CANON 0 INC. The toner is then deposited on the cylinder in a thin. may fog the image. a lower frequency improves gradation but./- 1. closer to 0 V. together with a DC bias.. can fog the image.-. i. thereby turning the electrostatic latent image into a visible image. . since the negative component is greater than the positive component at any given time. increases and optimizes the charge on the toner on the drum surface. a higher DC bias. Once inside the magnetic field.

attracting foner panicies . For this reason. and tends to curl.b Copy paper coming out of the fixing assembly is dry and has a high resistance. the use of the same separation corona output for both first and second sides of copy paper would cause faulty separation. the transfer corona output for the second side is lowered than for the first side. Copy paper coming out of the fixing assembly is dry. has a high resistance. Thetransferguideisgroundedthroughavaristor to prevent soiling of the back of the copy paper or poor transfer. if not : grounded. and. CANON HP-4050 AN. paper to escape. the attraction between the drum and the paper is broken by an AC corona charge with a DC bias. P . To separate the copy paper. the use of the same transfercoronaoutputfor bothfirst and second sides of copy paper would cause faulty separation. in the automatictwo-sided oroverlaycopying.H. Note: Directgroundingof the transferguide’would let’ the charges needed on the back of the copy . causing the toneron the drum to move to the copy paper._ Figure 2-12 A negative corona charge is applied to the back of the copy paper. For this reason. To prevent such a problem.thetransferguide :I8 would be charged.ontheotherhand. Step 6 Transfer I. 2-6 COPYRI6HT 0 1993 CANON INC. leading to pobr transfer. 1 Flgure 2-13 The copy paper is charged to a negative potential by the transfer corona and is statically attracied to the surface of the photosensitive drum.0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPON) . To prevent such a problem. the positive DC component of the separation corona output for the second side is lowered than for the first side.. consequentlysoilingthebackofthepaper. in the automatic two-sided or overlay copying.. Step 7 Separation /-.

the upper fixing roller is given a positive DC bias. COPYAIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC./--\ J. CANON NP-4050 REV. ensuring reproduction of crisp images..1 YN. 1993 PAINTELI IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPON) d 2-7 .-. Step 9 Drum Cleaning Figure 2-14 Aftertransfer. Step 8 Fixing K. The toner scraped by the cleaning blade is sent to the front of the machine by the cleaning feed screw for collection inside the drum. The take-up mechanism moves the belt so that it is supplied with oil and cleans the upper roller while changing its point of contact. the upper fixing roller is kept in contact.. Further. during which the toner image is fused into the fibers of the paper. to ensure aconstant voltage. thereby preventing toner offset. with the cleaning belt impregnated with silicone oil.. ’ . Figure 2-15 The cleaning blade scrapes the residual toner off the drum surface in preparationforthe next copy run. To prevent jams and toner offset. the copy paper is moved through a pair of heat rollers.. at two points.. -.

Separation Claw 4. thereby preventing adhesion of unwanted toner. b Figure 2-16 Copy paper. 2. Ozone Filter The exhaust fan assembly and the feeder fan assembly are equipped with a filter to prevent leakageofozoneoccurringinthecoronaassemblies. 2-8 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. the bottom of the drum cleaning assembly is equipped with separation claws to force the paper off the drum. Blank Exposure Lamp The blank exposure lamp (LEDs) goes ON when the drum is rotating and the scanner is moving forward without exposing the document. 3.II. Static Eliminator The outlet of the delivery assembly is equipped with a static eliminator consisting of a grounded brush to remove the residual charges. The lamp goes ON also to blank out the nonimaging areas that are varied to suit different reproduction ratios and paper widths. this is to eliminate the charges in the non-imaging areas of the drum surface. tends to’move into the drum cleaning assembly. To prevent the problem. AUXILIARY PROCESSES 1. CANON HP-4050 RN.0 JULY 1931 PAINTED IN JAPAN lIMPRIME AU JAPON) . if not separated from the photosensitive drum because of faulty pre-transfer or faulty separation corona exposure.

I ------ I---I I u Image formation system r 2 4 B 0 _-----______I I P P ue”very I I mntrd ) assembly \7 L 2 @E zz _____ ---------‘S _ __ _ 5 z A--_ __ __ $ ‘j 5 c ______ I \ \ I /--Y \ \ \ \ Duplexing unit feeder assembly Duplexing unit feeder contrd assembly t Pi&-utiFee&r system 1 \ \ \ Pi&-up/Feeder ‘. image formation system.(option) system 2 L-____ Figure 3-1 _a_ 1 Cassette 1 d I I I I cassette 2 ---_-__________I cassette 3 cassette 4 J COPYAICHT 0 1993CANONINC.0 JULY 1991 PAINTEOIN JAPAN (IMPAIME AU JAPON) 3-l . CRNONHP-4050 AEV. and control system. ~~~~~~~~~_~~~~ Copyboard Exposure system I . Basic Construction OF OPERATION The operating mechanisms of the machine can be divided into four main blocks.. i. exposure system. pick-up/feeder system. FUNDAMENTALS A.e./-\ I.

The functions of each of these ICs are as shown below: Microprocessors Q223 (main CPU) . The calendar IC (Q207) and the RAM (Q217) are backed up by a lithium battery (BATlOl).Controls CPU bus .1 JAN. CANON NP-4050 AN.Controls the stepping motor .Controls the calendar Q212 (gate array) . Electrical Circuitry The machine is controlled by two microprocessors and five LSls on the DC controller PCB.B.Turns PCBs ON and OFF . 1993 PRINTED IN JAPAN [IMPAIME AU JAPONI .Serves as dual port RAM Gate array (Q212) connected to the main CPU (Q223) and the sub CPU (Q221) is equipped with a built-in dual port RAM that can read or write information from both main and sub CPUs. 3-2 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CAWON INC.Outputs image formation control signal Q215 (LCDC) .ControlsserialcommunicationwithRDFandsorter Q207 (calendar IC) .Controls liquid crystal display Q199 (IPC) .Reads in analog signals LSIS Q176 (D/A converter) .Controls the copying sequence Q221 (sub CPU) .

9 JULY 1991 PAlNTE9 IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JAPON) 3-3 . CANONHP-4959 NEY.<Sensor block> <Control block> AC loads Heater i-l-l LCDC (0215) ( RDF /- 4-l-l IPC (QlW DC conboIler PCB -- Figure 3-2 COPYNIGHT0 1993 CANONINC.

‘I’. (when light-blocking plate is at ~7) when scanner is at home position. (light-blocking plate is not at a15) when 016 detects copy paper (light-blocking plate is at Q16)’ ‘1’ Figure 3-3 34 COPYNIGHT0 INN3 CANONINC.JlOS-A2 C2PD when paper is present in cassette (light-blocking plate is at Qli) when lifter of cassette is up. ‘0’._ \\ JlOS-A3 CILTP 1 when lifter of cassette 2 is up. (light-blocking plate is not at 02) when Cl3 detects copy paper. ‘0’.. ‘I’. Inputs to DC Controller (i/3) DC Controller PCB when Cl2 detects copy paper. (light-blocking plate is not at (314) when (315 detects copy paper. (light-blodting plate is not at as) when 04 detects copy paper. ‘1’ (when light-blodting plat is at Q12) 2. ‘0’.C. when lens is at home position. ‘I’. 7b . (light-blocking plate is at ala) when Q14 detects copy paper. ‘1’. CANONNP-4050 REV.1 JAN. ‘I’. 1933 PNINTEN IN JAPAN IIMPNIME AU JAPONI . (light-blocking plate is at Q8) Scanner position home sensor Scanner document Cassette sensor 1 paper leading edge sensor when light-blodting plate is at 03. ) 1 -Al CIPD -Al 1 when paper is present in cassette (light-blocking plate is at 010) 1. (light-blocking plate not at ~4) when 05 detects copy paper ‘1’. ‘0’. ‘1’. (light-blocking plate is not at b5) \ when CX detects copy paper. Inputs to DC Controller 1. _. No. ‘I’. ‘0’.1 preregistration paper sensor HWiZO”tal regiswation paper edge sensor Lens home position SB”SOr I.

0 JULY1991PRINTED JAPAN IN IIMPNIME JAPONI AN 3-5 .3CANON 8 INC. Hopper unit toner S*“SOr when toner in hopper falls below specific level. Copyboard cover ope~closed switch Manual feed door switch when copyboard cover is closed ‘0 I --. Waste toner switch when drum unit becomes full of waste toner.OPERATION AND TIMING I 2. Inputs to DC Controller (2/3) “_ “\ _ DC controller PCB Toner sensor (black developing assembly) when toner in black developing assembly falls below specific level. ‘0’. alternates between ‘1’ and ‘0’. ‘0’. CANON HP-4050NEY. Figure 3-4 COPYNIGHT INN. ‘0’. when manual feed door is closed. ‘0’. ‘0 when transfer/separation home position. cleaner is at cleaner is at when primary corona wire cleaner is at home position. ‘0’. when primary corona cleaner is at rewrsal position. when transfer/separation reversal position. ‘0’.

I I 115V models only Figure3-5 3-6 COPYRIGHT0 1593 CANONINC. DLEDDl when ‘I’. oscillation signal Fixing roller surface temperature thenistor when fixing roller surface temperaturrr rises.I OPERATION AND TfMlNG 3. to inch. r---------i L__________ ABC refers to metric. ‘0’. LED goes ON. AB+ or C+.0 JULY 1991 PRINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI . ‘0’. . } size. I I I I 115V models only I-____-_____a lW23OV models only L_________ when ‘0’. WPW ‘I’. LED goes ON. when document is present. LED goes ON. 3-45. when document is present.WX (p. AE sensor 5816-Z Jll4-B9 see p._ (oww I----------~ Document size S. when document is present. 3-27. CANONHP-4050 AN. 3-22) r I - 100/230V models only when ‘0’. voltage lowers (analog signal). Inputs to DC Controller (3/3) r------i 579-z _ J104-Al -A3 -A4 -A5 I -A6 I RTN3 RTN2 RTNl -RTNO DC conholler PCB 1 DGT7 oscillation signal reads cassette see p.

lower right door is closed. see p.OPERATION AND TlMlNG I I . (light-blocking plate is not at 0354) paper. NO Lower rfght dwr sensor _/-\ ~fS801 COb[ 5803-4 -5 m -B13 -B9 HLDC when ‘0’. Inputs to DC Controller (cassette feeding unit) Cassette feeding uni1 controller PCB -DC controller PCB 5801 5108 when paper is present in cassette 3 ‘1’.0 JULYI991 PRINTEO JAPAN IN [IMPRIME JAPON) AU 3-7 .‘?. 3-45. L--l oscillation signal Cassette 3 size sensor (CST3) reads cassette size. 4 pre-registration paper sensor I -A7 _*. __ PDPE when 0854 detects copy ‘0’. oscillatfon signal Cassette 4 size sensor (CST4) Figure 3-6 COPYRIGHT 1993CANON 0 INC. CdNON NP-4050AN. 4. (light-blodting I plate is at 0353) No. (light-bloc&g plate is at 0850) Cassette 3 lifter pmSon sensor (light-bloddng plate is at Cx51) cassette 4 paper sensor when paper is present in (light-blocking plat is at Q852) when lifter of cassette 4 is op.

JU. Outputs from DC Controller 1. fixing heater goes ON. -A: -A1 -A: .0 JULY 1991 PAINlEO IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI .NA XX . alternates between ‘1’ and ‘0’. 18. ) J103-A: -At -Ai -Al -Al -Al seep.‘-_ . 3-13. (pulse) / < < < -2 -3 -4 Horizontal registration motor ( : : !RGB . otherwise. otherwise. -1 :RGSTB---about24V. about 5V. about SV /’ - Figure 3-7 3-8 COPYRMIT IQ93 CANON INC. DC controller Jill-A8 t 24V PCB POWER switch SW1 0 4 -I-ITRD when ‘1’. alternates between I ‘1’ and ‘0’. SSR in error. Main nwtor @gqgi+*) (553-l J114-A -A. scanner motor Lens motor G M3 I: . :RGB I while M4 is rotating. See P. while M4 is rotating. 3-26. (pulse) while M3 is rotating. SRER when ‘I’. Outputs from DC Controller (114) . about 24V. 0 CANONHP-4050 AN..I OPERATION AND TIMING D. TS3 5402-J ‘Lamp ON control circuit.NH while M3 is rotating.

Outputs from DC Controller (2/4) while MS is rotating. CL2 goes ON. CL1 goes ON.0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JAPAN) 3-9 .rgoesON. (Ilftw up) Hopper motor @sT24v when?. Pick-up clutch 1 when ‘o’.OPERATION ANDTIMING I 2. No. about 24 V. preexposure lamp goes ON. while M7 is rotating. hoppermot.se) JI09-A14’C2LTMD yhen’i’.M9goeaON.‘.(p”.‘a”d’O’. Figure 3-8 COPYAIGHT 0 1993CANON INC.. CANONHP-4050 REV. alternates betwee”‘. Primary corona wire cleaner motor Transfer/Separation corona wire deaner motor Pre-exposure lamp when ‘0’. 1 registration roller clutch when ‘0’.

SL9goesON.SL6gcesON. SL2 goes ON. No.I OPERATION AND TIMING 3. 2 registration roller clutch solenoid Manual feed shutter solenoid 0 E-1 M6i ‘.vhenO’. CANONHP-4050 AN. Pi&-up roller r&as3 solenoid 1 J109-B3 PRSDI when’O’. Pi&-up drive switch solenoid 1 . Total copy counter Small copy counter (option) Conbol card (option) High-voltage transformer Blank exposure lamp -- Figure 3-9 3-10 COPYAIGHT0 1’393 CANONINC. 3 regisbation roller clutch Cleaning solenoid belt when ‘o’. “:p”vwhen0’.0 JULY 1591 PRINTF~ IN JAPAN [IMPAIME AU JAPONI .SL7goesON. Outputs from DC Controller (3/4) No.

Outputs from DC Controller (4/4) I Scanner cooling fan -DC controller PC6 when ‘o’. FM4 goes ON.0 JULV 1931 PAINTED IN JAPNN IIMPNIME Ng J. CANONNP-4050 REV. FM2 goes ON. when ‘o’. Power supply PCB cooling fan input while FM4 remains (FM4 rotation sensor) ON Figure3-10 .4. Feederfan when ‘o’. FM3 goes ON.WM 3-11 ._--A CDPVRIGHT0 1993 CNWONINC.

MS01 goes ON.I OPERATION AND TIMING 5. Outputs from DC Controller (cassette feeding unit) CAssette feeding controller PCS unit DC controller Cassette motor 3 lifter C~LTMD PCS when ‘I’. CLBOl ON. CRNONHP-4050 REV. MB02 goes ON. goes .0 JULY 1991 PAINTELIIN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JIIPONI . SL804 ON. (lifter up) Cassette motor 4 lifter C~LTMD when ‘0’. goes Pi&-up drive switch solenoid 2 PSSD2 when’O’SL805gc. Figure 3-11 3-12 CGPYAIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. goes Pickup release roller solenoid 2 PRSDZ when ‘0’. No. 4 registration roller clutch solenoid ~ RGSD4 when ‘V. (lifter up) \. SL802 ON.-- Pick-up clutch 2 PITCD~ when ‘o’.. M803 goes ON.x ON. Pick-up motor __ PUMD when ‘o’.

0 JULY 1991 PAINTEO IN JAPAN [IMPAIME AU JAPONI 3-13 .\ \ E. Main Motor Control Circuit 1. Mechanism When the main motor drive command (MMD) from the DC controller PCB goes ‘O’. 2. I ’ DC controller PCB Motor driver circuit I-= -A6 AllLK -6 1 i-_--_ Ml/M2 Motor driver PCEI -5 MMC LK _i Ffgure 3-12 COPYRIGHT0 1993 CANONINC. CANONNP-4950 REV. the drive circuit of the motordrivergoes ON. thereby rotating the main motor. The speed control circuit controls the motor speed using these clock pulses. Q Controls the main motor at constant speed. ‘EOI 0’ will be indicated on the control panel. The main motor (Ml) is a DC motorwith a builtin clock pulse generator.r-. Outline Figure 3-12 shows the circuit that controls the main motor (Ml). When the motor rotates. clock pulses (MMCLK) suited to the revolution of the motor are generated. The DC controller circuit monitors the main motor for an error by checking the PLL lock signal (MlLK). If the PLL lock signal (MlLK) remains ‘1’ for more than a specific period of time. and the circuit has the following functions: @ Turns the main motor ON and OFF.

3-14 COPVAIGHT CANON 0 1993 INC. CRNON AB.I OPERAllON AND TIMING F. Moves the scanner back and forth about 15 mm to measure the density of the document. From when the temperature of the fixing roller reaches 185°C to when it reaches 190°C. the message on the display changes from ‘WAIT’ to ‘READY’. For at least 1. 6 set min. Table 3-1 A The operation applies to the AE mode only.5 set after the COPY START key is pressed.9 1991 NP-4950 JULY PAINTEDIN JAPAN [IMPRIME AU JAPONI . Upon completion of WMUPR. Sequence of Operations POWER switch ON COPY 185°C P(W~P~ 190% key ON INTR 1 SCFW ISCRV 1 SCFW SCRV LSTR STBY START / STBYI * The lamp goes ON and the scanner moves back and forth only when in the AE mode. WMUPR (warm-up rotation) Evens out the temperature of the fixing roller. INTR (initial rotation) Stabilizes the sensitivity of the drum in preparation for copying operation. Description Waits for the fixing roller to warm up. Remarks The warm-up time varies depending on the temperature of the fixing roller. Figure 3-13 Period WMUP (warm-up) From when the POWER switch is pressed until when the temperature of the fixing roller reaches 185°C.

a press on the COPY START key. XXV scanner Bverse) STR (last . l - Table 3-1 B COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC.otation) Returns the scanner to the home position.The distance varies depending on the size of the cassette and the reproduction ratio selected.standby) Waits for a key operation. From when LSTR is completed to when the COPY START key is pressed or when the machine is turned OFF. The indicators on the control panel returns to the standard mode 2 min after the completion of LSTR.g. STSY . From when SCRV is completed to when the copy paper has passed the delivery sensor. Cleans the drum surface electrostatically as postcopying processing.Period XFW scanner or-ward) While the scanner is moving forward. and the copy paper is forwarded to the transfer assembly. copying will start after LSTR. CANON HP-4050 AEV. and the reflected optical image is directed to the photosensitive drum through mirrors and lens.0 JULY 1931 PAiNlEO IN JAPAN [IMPRIME AU JAPtlNj 3-15 . While the scanner is moving in reverse. Description Exposes the document by the scanning lamp.. Documents are sed during the wait period and the COPY STARTkey is pressed. . e. Remarks The registration signal is generated. If the auto start mode’ is activated. . * The speed varies depending on the reproduction ratio selected. The last copy is discharged.

:i. The lens drive system consists of a zoom lens which is moved back and forth to change the focal distance.: In the DIRECTmode. thereby varying the reproduction ratio across the drum. Note.0 JULY IQ91 PAINTEO IN JAPAN llMPNlME AU JAPONI . EXPOSURE SYSTEM ! A. 1 mlrfor and the circumferential speed of the drum are the same. Thescannerdrivesystemchangesthespeedof the movement of the No. Lens Drive System Figure 3-14 \L REDUCE Figure 3-15 3-16 COPYAIGHT 0 1993 CdNON INC. the speedoftheNo. that around the drum (circumferential) is varied by the scanner drive system.--. In this copier. . ii. fasterthan the drum speed for reduction. and slower for enlargement.. .II. CANON NP-4050 WI. mirror-to-mirror relocation is not used to change reproduction ratios. ” D’RECT REDUCE B. 1 mirror to vary the reproduction ratio around the drum. Varying the Reproduction Ratio The reproduction ratio acrossthe drum (axial) is varied by the lens drive system.

LNSTB is 5 V. .. moving the lens past the position for the selected reproduction ratio. When the lens motor is at rest.. the motor is still provided with power so as to maintain the posltion of the lens. ~’ To move the lens in the ENLARGE direction (e..0 JULY 1991 PAINTEO IN JAPAN lIMPRIME AU JAPON) 3-17 . this will set the lens to the DIRECT position.1 5114 -A4 Sub CPU --) Motor drive voltage switch circuit LNSTB -A2 LNA LNA LNB M3 Lens motor Q221 -Al -A5 -A3 -~- LNB 40 Figure 3-16 ‘COPYRIGHT ‘c. the motor is rotated counterclockwise first. Lens Motor Drive Circuit The lens motor is a stepping motor and is rotated by the LNSTB signal and pulse signals (LNA. LNB). LNSTB is 24 V. from REDUCE to ENLARGE). 1993 CANON INC. thereafter. the motor starts to rotate clockwise. Stopping the lens with the motor rotating clockwise ensures correct positioning of the lens. When the lens reaches the home position.1. CANON NP-4950 AN. the motor always rotates in reverse. LNA. and the motor stops after the signal plate has left the sensor and a specific number of pulses have been generated. 2. I --Y DC ConlloNer PCB 24v 5v . LNB. the motor rotates when the above pulses are applied to each phase in sequence. the motor starts to rotate clockwise.g. Outline The lens assembly is driven by the lens motor (M3). When the machine is switched ON. When the lens motor is rotating. thereby moving the lens to a point at which the signal plate blocks the home position sensor.-\. thereby moving the lens back to the position for the selected reproduction ratio.

scanner forward command (SCFW) . Outline Drive System 2.k1 -1 Scanner forward -2 command (m -A2 Scanner speed control command (SCCLK) -A3 DC Mn~oller PCB Figure 3-17 I 3-18 COPYRIGHT 0 1993CANONINC. 1993 PRINTED IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JAPONI . 1 mhr moun Scanner motor 3 58x2 * Motor (m2) driver circuit * Scanner motor J102 drive command (XXTD) -. No.scanner speed control command (SCCLK) The motor driver circuit operates as shown in Table 3-2 based on the combinations of SCMD and SCFW The scanner motor is a DC motor and is equipped with a built-in clock pulse generator.C. The speed of its rotation when moving the scanner in reverse is constant and is maintained three times the speed at which the scanner is moved forward in the DIRECT mode. Mechanism The motor driver circuit controls the direction and speed of the scanner motor based on the following signals generated by the microprocessor on the DC controller: * scanner motor drive command (SCMD) . 2 mirror mount --’ No. Scanner 1.1 JAN. CANONHP-4050 REV. the speed of its rotation when moving the scannerforward isvaried to suit the reproduction ratio. The direction of its rotation is changed to mbve the scanner forward or in reverse. The distance over which the scanner moves is varied to suit the size of copy paper and the selected reproduction ratio. The motor is braked when the signal plate reaches the photointerrupter (Q9) to stop the scanner at the home position.

. CANON NP-4050 AN. Table3-2 3. *May be varied in the service mode. the number remains the same. the No. +t “1’ and ‘0’ are reversed from previous combination. This serves as the reference for the forward movement of the scanner.0.0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN [IMPAIME AU JAPONI 3-19 . the number of SCCLK pulses is varied according to the reproduction ratio selected. When the scanner is moving forward. The machine will indicate ‘E203’ if the PLL lock signal (M2LK) remains ‘1’ for more than a specific period of time. the scanner is 1st braked. The scanner is reversed after the measureSCDP t 1st ments of the document density are read in the AE mode./---i.1 registration 2nd roller clutch goes ON. \ Forward Reverse Braking Still SCMD 0 0 0 1 SCFW 0 1 . when the scanner is moved in reverse. . Table 3-3 COPYRlGHT 0 1993CANON INC.The reverse movement of the scanner stops.3 set’ thereafter. *“l’ and ‘0’ are maintained. .5 msec* thereafter. The motor driver circuit compares the scanner motor clock pulse (MPCLK) against the number of SCCLK pulses and exerts control so that they match. Relationship between Scanner Sensors and Signals Scanner Scanner sensor Signal Forward Reverse The scanner is at the home position.About 2. Description Qa Q9 SCHP . however. .

3-20 COPYAIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC..I OPERATION AND TIMING 4.. Sequence of Operations (scanner) COPY START key ON /- May be varied in lhe service mode. Brakes -+ Brakes Figure 3-18 /.0 JULY 1931 PAINlEO IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPON) . CANON HP-4050FIB.

Ifthesequenceofcopyingthefirstandsecond pages is changed in the asterisk mode. I. * 1 Xc). the scanner is controlled based on the minimum measurement of the document.54 JULV AEV. If continuous copying is executed without identifying the size of the document. II. The scanner is moved assuming the center to be the leading edge of the document.only when the modes ‘in Table 3-4 are selected.--. and Ill shown in Figure 3-19 are controlled by the microprocessor on the DC controller PCB based on the scanner document leading edge (falling edge of SCDP) for the first page.0 IS91 PAINTED JAPAN IN IIMPAIME JAPONI AU 3-21 .) will be assumed to be the leading edge of the second page. When the size of the document is identified. Mode Document size (reference) document size identified by feeder. the size of the cassette will be used as reference for control. --. COPYRIGHT 1993CANONINC. The microprocessor determines the distance over which the scanner should move based on the size of the document or the size of the selected cassette. II: The distance overwhich the scanner moves is determined by the reproduction ratio selected and the size of the document or the size of the cassette.L. The microprocessor exerts control based on the document size . 216 mm (approx. If II in Figure 3-19 exceeds about 216 mm. Ill:. the mechanism remains the same except that the sequence of SCFWPSCRVZ and SCFWllSCRVl will be different. ‘I I. the microprocessor divides the measurement by 2 and assumes the result of division to be the center of the document. Sequence of Operations (two-page separation) COPY START key ON Document leading edge(lstpage) Documentleading edge(lstpage) Documentleading edge(2ndpage) Ffgure 3-19 _’‘. document size specified by user document size identified by copier FEEDER (with RDF in use) DOCUMENT FRAME ERASE AUTO REPRO or AUTO PAPER SELECT Table 3-4 CANONNP-4U..\ 5. 0 Note: If two or more modes are selected. the identified size may be checked in the service mode (DFSIZE.

I OPERATION AND TIMING D. i. 2. and the measurements are used to identify the size of the document as being A3.84. whose outputs are sent to the DC controller. When the copyboard cover is brought down. Figure 3-20 shows the three document sensor circuits attached under the copyboardglass. Mechanism When the copyboard cover is brought down to about 30 degrees. the microswitch (MS2) attached to the rear of the machine goes ON. .e. and the reflected light is monitored by phototransistors. A4. Phototransistor \ LED Copyboard openklosed cover SB”SOT I Document cwer closed sensor signal (CBCC) Figure 3-20 3-22 COPYAIGHT0 1993 CANONINC.1 sec. Controlling the Document Size Identification 1. to enable these modes. Outline The machine is equipped with auto paper selection and auto reproduction ratio selection mechanisms and. For a period of 15 set after MS2 has gone ON oruntil the COYP START key is pressed. the output of each sensor is read at intervals of 0. CANONHP-4050 REV. or 85 (standard sizes). the outputs of the document sensor circuits are checked..0 JULY 1991 PAINTEO IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JAPONI d . These document sensor circuits cause LEDs to emit light against the document. If no change takes place in the level during the period. the size of the document must be identified. adocument is assumed to exist over each respective sensor. The size of the document is then identified based on the combinations shown in Table 3-5.tfthesensorsdo notgoON orOFF.

I’ 3.. a. if a suitable cassette is not available. 5 A4R OFF OFF ON I 6 \ B5R .1 JAN. the cassette specified in the standard mode will be selected. black document of A3/11 “xl 7” b. a. CANON HP-4050 REV.e. and 9. book document (thickness makes the changes in sensor levels too small for detection) c. if any one of the output levels of the three sensors does not change when MS2 goes ON. however. 1993 PRINTEO IN JAPAN (IMPAIME AU JAPON) d 3-23 .’ ON: I 1 OFF / I 1 1 OFF 1 OFF _ OFF: indicates a document is present. InthismeChanism. A3/11”x7” will be selected automatically. Identifying the Document Size The DC controller PCB identifies the size of the document based on combinations of signal states as shown in Table 3-5. -Conditions give above. Table 3-5 i\ Document sensor 2 Figure 3-21 Identifying the Size of Documents COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. make correct identification of the document size difficult. In the case of c. indicates no document is present. to compensate for this. the levels of the sensors are compared against the slice level to identify the size of the document.r-l \ The mechanism found below ensures identification of sizes even if the density of the documents is appreciably low. b. i. theoutput levelsof the sensors will not vary under conditions a and b below. copyboard cover not closed (MS2 OFF) Note: ‘.

0 JULY 691 PNINTEC IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPOHI .III. Outline Themachine’simageformationsystemconsists in the following: . Controlling the scanning lamp * Controlling the primary/transfer corona current/ grid bias * Controlling the pretransfer/separation corona current . CANONHP-4050 A&‘. IMAGE FORMATION SYSTEM A.Controlling the development bias .Controlling the blank exposure lamp (LED) _ i-3 _ 3 DC controller PCB Figure 3-22 Construction of Image Formation System 3-24 COPYNlGHT 8 IN93 CANONINC.

. CANON HP-4050 AEV. copy paper size._-- COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC.. and copy modes. ** Controls ON/OFF operations according to the reproduction ratio.--\ B. l Figure 3-23 .0 JULY 1591 PRINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPON] 3-25 . Sequence of Operations (image formation system) COPY START ON key ON only in the AE mode..

SW1 POWIX switch Thermal fuse (TS3) 1 ---_ DC controller PCB Lamp regulator switch circuit Scanning lamp (LAI) ZF Lamp regulator Figure 3-24 Scanning Lamp Intensity Control Circuit 3-26 COPYRIGHT0 1993 CANONINC. * Keeps the intensity constant against fluctuation in the power supply voltage. Controls the intensity to suit the settings by the COPY DENSITY key (manual mode). .3 V 2.. and the circuit has the following functions: i.9 V 64% repro ratio or lower .the output of the lamp regulator switch circuit goes ‘I’. IS93 PAINTEO IN JAPAN [IMPRIME AU JAPONI . this condition cause the triac triggering circuit to go OFF and the scanning lamp (Ll) to go OFF.Lowers the intensity in the following modes: photo mode-lowers by 18.Controls the intensity to suit the document density (AE mode). this condition causes the scanning lamp (LAI) to go ON. . cutting off the power to the phase control circuit. Turns the scanning lamp ON and OFF.1 JAN. ON or OFF. Checks the state of the scanning lamp (i. Outline Figure 3-24 shows the circuit that controls the intensity of the scanning lamp. .e. supplying the phase control circuit with 24 V and causing the triac triggering circuit to go ON. When LRD is ‘O’. Controls the intensity of the scanning lamp. CANONHP-4950 REV. Mechanism a.I OPERATION AND TIMING C. Controlling the Scanning Lamp ON and OFF When LRD is ‘I’. for self diagnosis of the triactriggering circuit in the lamp regulator). iii. the output of the lamp regulator goes ‘O’.lowers by 3. ii. Controlling the Scanning Lamp Intensity 1.

copies free of fogging may be made without manual adjustment as long as the document is more or less even in density. on the other hand. \ Intensity Copy density 9 (equivalent) ir I G. . Checking the State of the Scanning Lamp When the scanning lamp (LAI) is ON.. and the measurement is sent to the DC controller PCB. CANONNP-4050 AE’LI JAN. Outline The machine is equipped with an automatic exposure control mechanism that automatically controls the intensity of the scanning lamp to suit the density of the document._ j. When the machine is used in the AE mode.5 Copy density 5 (equivalent) Test Sheet Document density Newspaper I - Figure 3-26 CtlPYAlCHT I993 CANUH 0 INC. 7. Theintensity of the lamp controlled in the AE mode is indicated on the display on the control panel. The graph is based on the degree of exposure that ensures copies with optimum density and free of fogging when made of the Test Sheet and a newspaper. If LAON remains ‘1’ for about 40 set or more because of a fault in the microprocessororthe lamp regulator. the DC controller PCB.. Controlling the Intensity of the Scanning Lamp The intensity of the scanning lamp is increased or decreased by by controlling the supply voltage to the scanning lampbased onthe intensity adjustment signal (LINT) coming from the DC controller PCE?. b. Note: A represents the locafion of the AE sensor. 3.. At the position. Control Mechanism The scanning lamp is turned ON during initial rotation (INTR). b. . c. computes the optimum intensity for the scanning lamp for copying operation and sends the data to the lamp regulator as the intensity adjustment signal (LINT). the error ON sensor circuit goes ON to turn the machine OFF. IS43 PRINTLO IN JAPAN [IMPAIME AU JAPOHI 3-27 . Automatic Exposure Control (AE) Based on this measurement. and the scanner is moved fonvard about 15 mm to expose the document. the intensity of light reflected by the area of the document shown in Figure 3-25 is measured. The LINT signal varies between 10 and 16 V depending on the settings made in the service mode and those made using the COPY DENSITY key so that the supply voltage to the scanning lamp varies between 45 and 80 V in terms of effective values.e. Figure 3-25 a.-.--. Figure 3-26 shows the change inthe intensity of the scanning lamp with respect to the change in the document density. i. the lamp ON sensorcircuitisalsooperatinganditsoutput(LAON) is ‘1’. when the triac triggering circuit is operating. I.

0 1993 CRNON NM050 REV. Making Checks (on input signals) J103-A4 (DC controllerPCB.1993PRINTEO IN JAPAN IIMPNIME AU JAPON) . ‘: (( 3-28 COPYRI6HT CANONINC.1 JRN. the coptact will not recover at ambient temperature. CP107 (DC controller PCB. the thernxxwitch (TS3) capnot be used unless cooled to 0°C or less. the DC controller circuit is likely to be faulty.voltage) The voltage between J103-A4 (LRD) on the DC controller and GND must be about 0 V while the scanner is moving forward. l Note: Once open. and during last rotation. while the scanner is moving in reverse. voltage) The voltage between CP107 (LINT) on the DC controller PCB and GND must be about 10 to 16V and the voltage must change each time the COPY DENSITY key is pressed. it must be about 24 V during initial rotation.I OPERATION AND TIMING l 4. If the measured voltage does not vary as above.

see P. ii.-’ I . \ 5. 3-157 Table 3-6 COPYAIGHT 0 1993CANONINC. the copies of newspapers will increase. If the setting is increased in the adjustment mode./--\ 1 WE) 56 3 COPY density Intensity TestChan News- paper Document density !!I AE_SLOP 0 qm AE slope 0 i. the intensity during copying operation decreases and the copy density will increase. Remarks If the setting is increased in the service mode. Item q Fl W _IGHT Adjustment Optimum exposure (copy density 5) (manual) Intensity 0 Description i. the copies of newspapers will decrease. Adiusting the lntensitv and AE Table 3-6 discusses those items that can be adjusted on the scanning lamp intensity control circuit.0 JULY 1591 PRINTED IN JRPAN (IMPfUME AU JAPW 3-29 .. ii. 0 . CdNON HP-4050 AN. Test Chart NewsPaper Document density 4 mm I\E_ADJ Light intensity for AE scan Determines the reference intensityforAE scanning. If the setting is decreased in the service mode.OPERATION AND TIMING I . If the setting is decreased in the adjustment mode. the intensity during copying operation increasesandthecopydensity will decrease.

- 81 ) 3 f Differential fier circuit ampli- \ \ * Primary corona assembly --. Outline Figure 3-27 shows the circuit that controls the primary/transfer corona and the grid bias. Controlling the Primary/ Transfer Corona Current Grid Bias 1.. and the circuit has the following functions: . To limit the dirt on the primary corona wire. The output of the machine’s primary corona assemblyiscontrolledtoaspecificvaluetoeliminate the effects of the environment on the corona discharge. CANONNP-4050 AN. The primary/transfer current and the grid bias are turned ON and OFF by the primary corona level control command (HVPR) generated by the DC controller circuit. thetransfercoronacurrentisswitchedbythetransfer corona level control command (HVTR) generated by the DC controller circuit. * Maintains the primary corona current constant. When two-sided or overlay copies are made. * Switches the grid bias for the primary corona assembly. In the photo mode. Turns the primary/transfer corona current ON and OFF.I OPERAlION AND TlMlNG D. the high voltage applied to the primary corona assembly grid wire is switched by the grid bias control command (HVGB) generated by the DC controller circuit. I-B9 I 1 il (51J’ 9 Transfer Q corona assembly jl 1) -4 t DC cmboller PCB -- _High-voltage transforms (HVT) Figure 3-27 Primary/Transfer Corona Current Grid Bias Control Circuit 3-30 COPYRIGHT0 1993 CNNONINC. * Switches values for the transfer corona current. The output of the transfer corona assembly and the grid bias varies according to the output of the primary corona assembly.0 JULY 1591 PRINTED IN JNPNN IIMPNIME AU JAPONI . a bias identical to that applied to the grid wire is applied to the shield plate of the primary corona assembly. /.

At the time.. the differential amplifier circuit shown in Figure 3-27 operates when HVPR is about 8 V or more. the corona current sent to the transfer corona assembly is of a value suitable to HVTR.\ 2. b. LED1 goes OFF. LVariable width pulse generator goes ON.asaresuIt. If ‘1’ is set under ‘TRN-CHG’in the service mode [x[ mm). t: High-vottage transformer goes ON. . TRN-2’ in the service mode ([%I RF\)]). High-voltage output is OFF HVPR is about 7. /---. LVariable width pulse generator circuit goes OFF. Likewise. If a coronacurrent largerthan the specificvalue flowsfromtheprimarycoronaassemblybecauseof changes in the environment.0 JULY 1991 PAINTELI IN JAPAN lIMPRIME AN JAPONI 3-31 . a. 4 Differential amplifier circuit is OFF.. the corona current from the primary/transfer corona assembly will decrease. controlling the current to a constant value at all times. Mechanism Theprimaryhransfercoronacurrentandthegrid bias is turned ON and OFF by the HVPR. LED1 goes ON. the transfer output will be 5OpA larger than the setting made under ‘TRN-1.5 V. cOPYAIGHT G 1993 CANON INC. t: High-voltage transformer goes OFF. CANON NP-4050 AN. for this reason. the level of the feedback signal to the differential amplifier circuit increasesand. the grid bias sent to the grid wire of the primary corona assembly is of a value suited to HVGB.theoutputofthedifferential amplifier decreases. High-voltage output is ON HVPR control signal is output.--. 4 Differential amplifier circuit goes ON.---.

the DCcomponent of each high voltage is output.Turns the separation/pre-transfer corona current ON and OFF.Switches the separation corona current. The separation/pre-transfer corona current is turned ON and OFF and the separation corona current is switched by the following three signals generated by the DC controller circuit: .separationcoronalevelcontrolcommand (HVSP) * pre-transfercorona level controlcommand (HVPT) .e. The machine’s separation/pre-transfer corona current is controlled in the same way as the primary corona assembly. L High-voltage transformer for pre-transfer goes ON. LVariable width pulse generator circuit goes ON. i.E. HVAC is ‘O’. 4 Differential amplifier circuit goes ON.’ High-voltage CP 104 HVSP 1103 3651 -87 Ul: -i - --c ccmtroll i PCB ---_-_---High-voltage transformer (HVT) Figure 3-28 SeparationlPre-Transfer Corona Current Control Circuit 3-32 COPYflIGHT0 1993 CANONINC. Mechanisms The two differential circuits shown in Figure 328 go ON when HVSP or HVPT is 16 V or less.AC transformer drive command (HVAC) 2. Separation/Pre-Transfer Corona Current Control 1. High-voltage transformer for separation goes ON. Inthiscondition. the separationlpre-transfercorona current areof values suited to HVSP and HVPT. CANONNP-4050 AEV.0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JNPON) . by constant current control. . and the circuit has the following functions: . r -_- _-_ High-v&age Differential amplifier circuit ..Maintains the separationlpre-transfer corona current constant. Outline Figure 3-28 shows the circuit that controls the separation/pre-transfer corona. . a.- -. . At the time. -_CP 108 I-WAC J104-A7 HV PT 1103 J651 436 LTi: 4 t . SeparatlonlPre-transfer high-voltage output is ON HVSP/HVPT control signal is output. the highvoltage AC transformer outputs both DC and AC components. At the time. causing the high-voltage AC transformerto go ON.

L+v. At the time. HVSPlHVPT is about 17 V.0 JULY 1991 PAINTLO IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JAPONI 3-33 . 4 Differential amplifier circuit goes OFF. anable width pulse generator circuit goes OFF. COPVAIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. HVAC is ‘l’. High-voltage transformer for separation goes OFF.b. causing the highvoltage AC transformer to go OFF. SeparationlPre-transfer high-voltage output Is OFF. CANON HP-4050 REV. c High-voltage transformer for pre-transfer goes OFF.

Controlling the Developing Bias 1. . CANONHP-4950 REV. The above condition supplies the developing cylinder with the AC bias. HVBDC varies between 8 and 16 V according to the setting made in the service mode. The above control mechanisms are executed by the following two signals generated by the DC controller circuit: * development bias AC drive command (HVBAC) . The above condition cuts off the AC bias to the developing cylinder. 2. The above condition supplies the developing cylinder with the DC bias. 4 DC high-voltage transformer goes ON. 4AC high-voltagetransformergoesON. LAC high-voltage transformer goes OFF. kariable width pulse generator goes OFF. 4 DC high-voltage transformer goes OFF.Turns the development bias DC component ON and OFF. HVBDC is 8 to 16 V.0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI .F. The above condition cuts off the DC bias to the developing cylinder. L r Differential amplifier circuit . b Differential amplifier circuit goes OFF. 4 Differential amplifier circuit goes ON. L Pulse generator circuit goes ON. Pulse generator circuit goes OFF.HVBAC is ‘I’. . DC bias is OFF. Turntng the DC Bias ON and OFF and Controlling the Voltage Level The differential amplifier circuit shown in Figure 3-29 goes ON when HVBDC is 16V or less. kariable width pulse generator circuit goes ON. Outline Figure 3-29 shows the circuit that controls the development bias. / . 0 transformer (HVT) d Black developing cylinder DC controller PCB High-voltage Figure 3-29 3-34 COPYNIGHT0 1993 CANONINC.HVBAC is ‘0’. . HVBDC is about 17 V. Turning the AC Bias ON and OFF . and the circuit has the following functions: * Turns the development bias AC component ON and OFF. .development bias DC level control command (HVBDC) b. Mechanism a. Controls the voltage level of the development bias DC component.DC bias is ON. .-.

Making Adjustments Table 3-7 shows those items that can be adjusted on the development bias control circuit. make sure that the copy density correction value (asterisk mode. COPMIGHT Q 1993CANON INC. ii./’ -100 I. 0 . -.7-- / /’ . ~[?$%?I) is at the standard (center) value before making these adjustments.000 Hz. j/ 3.250 VAC P-P) Description Development bias DC component Remarks i.0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI 3-35 . the DC component of the development bias for black copies increases and the copydensitywill decrease.OPERATtON TIMINGAND .. the DC component of the development bias for black copies decreases and the copy density will increase. If the setting is decreased in the service mode. 1. If the setting is increased in the service mode.-L4 --/’ 1 0 1 5 9 COPY DENSITY key Table 3-7 . CANON NWl50 AB.*--. -400 . Item gma !IAS_N Adjustment Development bias DC component (development bias 2.

Outline The blank exposure lamp array consists of 124 LEDs. the LEDs are kept ON or OFF depending on the selected copy size and copy modes. Control When Making Copies in REDUCE While the document is exposed when making reduced copies. 3-36 COPYRIGHT @ 1993 CANON INC.. 3. If the universal cassette is used with the paper size specified. When using a fixed reproduction ratio or when using a standard size sheet in the DIRECT mode. While the drum is rotating and the document is not exposed. Control When Making Copies in DIRECT While the document is exposed when making DIRECT copies.1 JAN.) Figure 3-30 (Frame Erasing mode) 2. .based on the specified size. A = 7 mm (approx. Note: In the manual mode. LEDs are turned ON so that toner will not be deposited in areas of the sheet corresponding to those of the document about 2 mm wide along its four sides. 4. The two LEDs each at both ends are kept ON at all times while the drum is rotating.G.0 mm is created at the rear and the front of the image. CANON NP-4050 REV. all 124 LEDs of the blank exposure lamp are kept ON. . 1933 PAINTEO IN JAPAN (IMPAIME AU JAPON) . the frame erasing mechanism is controlled based on ‘maximum size’ (297x432 mm) regardless of the size of the selected copy paper. LEDs (rear) in numbers suited to the reproduction ratio are kept ON to blank (white) out the non-image areas. a non-image area with a width of about 2. When the document is exposed. LEDs (rear) in numbers suited to the cassette size are kept ON to blank (white) out the non-image area. Control in Sheet/Original Frame Erasing Mode In the sheet frame erasing mode. the sheet frame erasing mechanism is controlled. LEDs are turned ON so that toner will not be deposited in areas of the sheet about 7 mm wide along its four sides.In the Original frame erasing mode. Controlling the Blank Exposure Lamp (LED) 1.

Outline The black developing assembly is locked or released manually by shifting the locking lever. Black toner hopper . CANONNP-4050 REV. The black developing assembly and the drum cleaner are rotated by the drive of the main motor (Ml) transmitted through drum gears.0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JAPONI 3-37 . -/I H.OPERATION AND TIMING I . Cleaning Assembly (developing assembly) 1. The level of toner inside the black developing assembly and the hopper is checked by the toner sensor (Q17) and the hopper toner sensor (WE).Toner sensor Feed- Stirring I*-.r--. G Torque limiter MS1 I Motor driver PCB (MllM2) Waste Main motor drive command (ETIUQ JIOZ-A5 toner full sensor signal (WTOF) JIOZ-A9 1 DC controller PCB I Figure 3-31 COPYRIGHT c 1993 CANONINC. The waste toner scraped by the cleaning blade is forwarded inside the photosensitive drum for collection.. respectively.

If The level of black toner inside the black developing assembly is checked by the ‘toner sensor (Ql7). on the copyboard glass will be discharged. Triactriggering circuit Figure 3-32 POWERswitch ON ” unit: second COPY STBY COPY STBY WMLJP WMUPR STBY oui (01s) lignal ADD TONERmessage l The ADD TONER message goes ON if the black toner out signal remains ON for 10 set while the hopper motor is rotating. causing the output of the sensor to go ‘0’. Figure 3-33 3-38 COPYRIGHT 0 1993CANON INC. the document. if any. When the hopper runs out of black toner and the toner sensor (CUB) in the hopper identifies the absence of toner for (10 seconds). PAINTEN REV. when the black toner falls below a specific level. If the RDF is used at the time. : the toner is present. Checking and Supplying Toner Black ALote.2.1 1993 INJAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPNNI . the hopper motor (MlO) starts to rotate. CANON NP~4lSIl JAN. the weight of the toner stops oscillation of the oscitfator. The d$ector of the toner sensors used in the black toner hopper and the black developing assembly is a piezoelectric oscillator that oscillates at several KHz in the absence of toner. causing the output of the sensor to go ‘1’. the copying operation is stopped immediately and the ‘ADD TONER’ message is displayed. supplying black toner to the black developing assembly from the black toner hopper.

the’DISPOSEOFWASTETON~R’ message is indicated.000 copies (6% black document). this condition causes the lever to press the microswitch (MSI). . The photosensitive drum becomes full. . its drive is transmitted to the drum gear.OPERATION AND TIMING I 3. however. Note: -. Note:.has been replaced. Further. causing the coupling to move up and cutting the drive to the feedscrew. coupling. screw gear. When the photosensitive dNm and the pipe become full of toner. c You can still make about 200 copies after the message appears. with’ waste toner after making about 120. CRNDN REV. and feedscrew in the order named. asfailuretodoso candamage the drive assembly.‘be sure to replace’ thedrumas soonas possible. advise the user IO make. the feedscrew serves to forward waste toner collected by the cleaning blade and the cleaning roller to the’photosensitive drum for storage. The coupling transmits drive when it is forced against the screw gear. the feedscrew starts to drag. Checking Waste Toner When the photosensttive drum rotates. clear the message using ‘ERROR’ in the service mode @lml. 1993 PAINTED IN HP-4050 JAPAN lIMPRIME AU JAPONJ 3-39 .1 JAN. the message will not disappear even when the drum . Atthetime. a serviceman call when the message appears.. cleaning roller gear. Cleaning roller (hont) I 1 I Photoserke drum (rear) \ Drum gear Figure 3-34 COPYRIGHT0 1993 CANON INC.

or iii. -- -~_DC conIroller PCB Transfer/Separation corona deaning wire Figure 3-35 3-40 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC.. ii.^_ rnecoronawrrecteaner nome postnon swrtcn (Ms7. The temperatureof thefixingassembly is 100°C or less when the machine is switched ON. When the mechanism is activated in the user mode. however. .. Each corona wire cleaner is driven by the cleaning motor. When the corona wire cleaner has reached the corona wire cleaner reversal switch (MS8. When the cleaner is not at the home position when the machine is switched ON.000 copies: if the mechanism has been activated under condition i.. above. These mechanisms clean each respective corona wire under the following conditions: i.000 copies after the execution. MS6).1 JAN. A single cleaning operation makes a single round trip in about 20 sec. Outline The machine is equipped with an automatic cleaning mechanism for the primary corona wire and the separation/transfer corona wire.I OPERATION AND TIMING I. 2. 2. 1993 PRINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI . . the cleaner is moved forward starting at . Cleaning the Corona Wire Each corona wire is cleaned by moving the corona cleaner back and forth. iii. ii. Controlling the Corona Wire Cleaning Mechanism 1. the cleaner is moved back to the home position. MS5) at the front of each corona assembly. iv. CANON HP-4050 REV. When last rotation (LSTR) is over after each 2. .

if any. \ Transfer/Separation corona wire cleaner Both of above Table 3-9 62 63 COPYRIGHT Q 1933 CANON INC. Controlling the Corona Wire Cleaning Motor The corona wire cleaning motor is controlled by thecoronawirecleanerfoWardcommand(PCLMFI TCLMF) and the corona wire cleaner reverse command (m/m). PCLMF TCLMF Forward Reverse At rest 0 1 1 Table 3-8 PCLMR TCLMR 1 0 To clear alarms caused by the detection mechanism.OPERATION AND TIMING I . the alarms cannot be cleared by switching the machine OFF and ON. 1993 PAINTlO IN JAPAN lIMPRIME AU JAPON) 3-41 . and an alarm No. CANON NP-4050 REV. POWER switch 1 4. I / i 61 ) I I . can still be made without clearing the alarm. the corona wire cleaning motor is stopped immediately.1 JAN. a. b. Note: The corona cleaning motor is contmlled so that it will not go’Ok4 unless the alarm. is indicated under ‘ALARM’ of the control display mode of the service mode. . Checking the Cleaning Operation for Error If the corona wire cleaner moves forward or in reverse as follows. Under any of the above conditions. however. MS7 (MS5) does not detect the corona wire cleanerabout20secafterthecleanerstarted to move in reverse.I--_ \ 3. is’ cleared. MS6 (MS6) does not detect the corona wire cleaner about 20 set afterthe cleaner started to moved forward. enterthe user mode d~~~~\) and execute automatic cleaning of the corona wire. Corona position wire cleaner home switch (MS71MS5) reversal Corona wire cleaner switch (MkWMS6) i I Figure 3-36 Corona wire cleaner ) Primary corona wire cleaner Alarm No.-. the microprocessor on the DC controller PCB identifies the conditions to be an error.. copies.

the pick-up roller starts to rotate. 50 and p. When a single overlay copy is made. see p. respectively. PICK-UP/FEEER SYSTEM A. Outline The presence of a cassette or the presence/ absence of paper inside the cassette set in the cassette holder (lst/Pnd cassette) are checked by the switches (CSTl . thereby forwarding the paper to the set-back mechanism. 3. and the lifter is designed to stop at a specific position when detected by a photointerrupter (Q12. For the Pick-uo/feeder svstems of the cassette feeding unit and the paper deck pedestal. fixing and delivery assemblies._ 3-42 . 3-95. the paper deflector plate is shifted up as soon as the copy paper (1st side) reaches the delivery assembly. 2 delivery roller starts to rotate in reverse to shift up the paper deflector plate about 0. The copy paper (2nd side) is then controlled so that its leading edge and that of the image on the photosensitive drum match before it is forwarded to thecopytraythroughthetransfer. 3-71 for details. The copy paper in the cassette is lifted by a lifter.(Q2). The presence/absence of paper inside the cassette is checked also by a photointerrupter (QIO. the paper (2nd side) then is handled exactly the same as overlay copies and sent to the copy tray.3 set after the copy paper (1st side) has moved past the delivery paper sensor. cH3). feeder. the No. 1upper and lower registration rollers so that the horizontal end of each copy paper moves along the same path. When a single two-sided copy is made. 011). The condition causes the copy paper to switch back and move into the duplexing unit. fixing. /. When the pick-up clutch (CL2) goes ON. thereby feeding a single sheet of copy paper from the cassette.separation. four switches are attached to each holder. CST2) attached inthe cassette holder. separation. see p.IV.feeder. The copy paper is then controlled by the registration roller so that its leading edge and the leading edge of the image on the photosensitive drum match: it is then sent to the copy tray through the transfer. and delivery assemblies. The paper path from the 1st cassette has five photointerrupters which check if the copy paper has reached or has moved past them. The machine is equipped with a mechanism that moves the entire assembly of both No.

OPERATION AND TIMING I DC controller PCB d I __ 1’ 3-43 Figure 3-37 COPYAIGHT 0 1993CANON INC.0 JULY 1991 PRINTEO IN JAPAN IIMPRIME AU JAF’ONI . CANONHP-4050 AN.

2 delivery roller Delivery sensor (Q2) No.lPON] .lN IIMPAIME AU J. 1 registration roller No. 1 delivery roller Fixing roller Lower feeder inlet roller Lower feeder inlet paper sensor (Q3) Set-back roller 1 Set-back roller 2 Cassette 1 lifter position sensor (Ql2) Cassette 1 pick-up roller Lower feeder outlet paper sensor (Ql4) Cassette 1 paper sensor (QlO) Lower feeder outlet roller Cassette 1 feeder roller No. CANON NP-4050 REV.0 JULY 1991 PAINlEO IN JW. 2 pre-registration paper sensor (Q15) No. 1 pre-registration paper sensor (Q5) Cassette separation roller Manual feed pick-up roller Manual feed paper sensor (Q4) No. 3 pre-registration sensor (Q16) Figure 3-38 Arrangement of Rollers and Sensors (copier) 3-44 COPYAIGHT 0 I993 CANON INC. 2 registration roller Cassette 2 feeder roller Cassette 2 paper sensor (CU1) Cassette 2 separation roller Cassette 2 pick-up roller Cassette 2 lifter position sensor (Q13) No. 3 registration roller No.I OPERATION AND TIMING Arrangement of Rollers and Sensors (copier) No.

reversal position for the scanner. U-L2 (203-220x31 A4 (210x297) B5R (257x182) :4x257) A4R (297X210) A3 (420x297) 7-354) I O 0 0 0 I O 0 1 1 1 1 I ’ I 0 0 1 I 0 0 0 0 U-S1 (190-279x190-279) 0 I I ’ ’ 1 I I O O 0 / I O 1 t II (190-279x1 90-279) U-L1 (203-220x317-354) Letter 8.5”xly (356i216) Letter R8.5”xi 1” (279x216) Ledger 1 i”xl7” (432x279) u-S.2 O 1 0 I ’ 1 1 1 1 I O 1 1 / ’ 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 I_ (unit: mm) Table 3-10 CtlPVAlGHT0 1993 CANONINC.1 JRN. B. 1933 PRINTED INJAPAN IIMPAIME JAPONI AU 3-45 . at the same time.5” (216x140) Legal 8. specific switches become actuated. 0: (right) 0 indicates SW is OFF. the microprocessor determines the count mode. The microprocessor identifies the presence/ absence of a cassette and the size of the cassette based on the combinations shown in Table 3-I 0. -.5”xi 1” (216x279) STMT 5Yx8. CANONNP-4050 REV.OPERATION AND TIMING m .. * Sizesmaybestoredinmemorywithin dimensions given in mm. see P. and control method for blank exposure. 3150. 1: indicates SW is ON.-\. Identifying the Cassette Size When a cassette is inserted into the cassette holder.

as such.‘-: -” ’ The tocatbn of the qassatte tabs detemIines I which copying sequencerwill be used.m OPERATION AND TIMING The cassette may be configured to suit specific sizes by relocating the cassette tabs shown in Figure3-39. Figure 3-39 Changing the Cassette Size 346 COPYRIGHT 1933CAWOll 0 INC.591 PAIH~KIN JAPAN IIMPRIME JAW AU . ..’ ” CoPYPaper _ Tab No. CANON NP-~.% AMI MY . relocatetheguide plate insidethe cassette to suit the size of copy paper accordingly. ‘Note: - . frmwrect focqtbn can auae frequent jams... also. .. .. tab pres8nt..

the drive from the main motor (Ml) is transmitted to the No. the DC controller PCB decides that no paper is present. BothNo.0 JULY 1991 PAINTEO IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI 347 .OPERATION AND TIMING I . Qll). Qll) does not detect paper. The presence/absence of copy paper inside the cassette is checked by photointerrupters (QIO. 2cassetteseach havealifter motor (ME. CANON HP-4050 HEY. Pick-Up from Cassette (1 stMnd cassette) When pick-up clutch 1 (CL2) goes ON. Pick-Up from 2nd Cassette Rear View . 1 andNo. If the photointerrupter (QlO.--\ C. M9) that moves up the lifterto a specific position as long as a cassette is present and the machine is supplied with power. the position of the lifter is checked by photointerrupters (Q12. and the ‘ADD PAPER’ message will be indicated. 1 cassette or the No. Q13). 2 casette by the work of the pick-up drive switch solenoid (SL6)./‘\ Pick-Up from 1st Cassette Cassette 1 lifter position sensor (012) Figure 3-40 Pick-Up from lstl2nd Cassette (transmission of drive) CWYAIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC.

0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPGIME AU JAPONI . the lifter position signal goes ‘O’. the lifter motor goes ON to move up the lifter to a specific position. If the lifter position sensor signal remains ‘0’ after the lifter motor has remained ON for a specific period of time.F”‘crum 0 0 2nd Pick-up release roller solenoid cassette Rear View With Pick-Up Roller for 1st Cassette Released Rear View Figure 3-41 3-48 COPYRIGHT 1933CAHONINC. the ‘ADD PAPER’ message will be indicated on the display. as a result. &/ ---. this is to prevent the pick-up roller from picking up the next sheet of copy paper. With Pick-Up Roller for 2nd Cassette Released The pick-up rollerforcassette pick-up operation is linked to the feeder roller.When the cassette starts to run out of copy paper during copying operation and. 0 CAGGGHP-4050 REV. the pick-up roller release solenoid (SL7) goes ON to move up the pick-up roller. the lifter is moved up until the lifter position sensor goes ‘1’. After each pick-up.

“Setting the No. 3-71) Figure 3-42 A4. 2 Copies.OPERATION AND TIMING I COPY START kev .--.Il JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIM~ AU’JAPON) 3-49 . If 216 mm or less. see p. ii. One-Sided Document to One-Sided Copy. Feed speed. ‘Varies depending on the length of paper. Warm-up time of scanner. paper (i) x 4/3 + 300 ms (iii) 240 mm/s (ii) i. CRNONHP-4050 AEV. 1 registration roller at the home position (horizontal. iii. DIRECT. 216 mm. Pick-Up from 1st Cassette COPYRIGHT8 1993 CANONINC.

the drive of the pick-up motor (M803) is transmitted to the 3rd or 4th cassette by the work of pick-up drive switch solenoid 2 (SL805). Pick-up drive switch solenoid \ 2 hi80 3 Q Pick-up motor Cassette /roller 3 pickup Cassette 4 pickup Rear View l_!!zErssene Pick-Up from 3rd Cassette Cassette 3 lifter position sensor (C851) Cassette 4 lifter position sensor (Q353) Figure 3-43 Pick-Up from 3rd14th Cassette (transmission of drive) 3-50 COPMIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC.D. the DC controller PCB identifies the absence of paper and indicates the “ADD PAPER’ message. Pick-Up from Cassette Feeding Unit (3rd/4th cassette) 1. The position of the lifter is checked also by a photointerrupter (Q851.0852) are used to checkthe presence/absence of copy paper inside the cassette. Mechanism When pick-up clutch 2 (CL801) goes ON. photointerrupters (Q850. Q852) does not detect paper. Q853). Pick-Up from 4th Cassette Atthe time. Both 3rd and 4th cassettes each have a lifter motor (M801. CANON ‘HP-4050 ALY. If the photointerrupter (Q850.O JULY 1991 PAINlEO IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPOH) . M802) which moves up the lifter to a specific point when a cassette is slid in while the machine is powered.

CANON HP-4050 AEY. Pi&up drive switch solenoid 2 Feeder mller Pickup mller Pi&-up solenoid roller 2 mlea~9 Rear View With Pick-Up Roller for 3rd Cassette Released Rear View Figure 3-44 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC.0 JULY 1991 PAINTEO IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JAPONI 3-51 .‘-. Whenthecassetterunsoutofcopypaperduring copying operation and the lifter position sensor signal goes ‘o’... If the lifter position sensor signal remains ‘0 after the lifter motor has remained ON for a specific period of time. the pick-up roller solenoid 2 (SL804) goes ON to lift the pick-up roller. this is to prevent the pick-up roller from picking up the next sheet of copy paper. With Pick-Up Roller for 4th Cassette Released The pick-up roller of the cassette feeding unit is linked to the feeder roller. After each pick-up. the lifter motor goes ON to move up the lifterto a specific position. the ‘ADD PAPER’ message is indicated on the display. the lifter is moved up until the lifter position sensor signal goes ‘1’.

0 1993 CANON CANONNP-40.. 3 registration roller and CL4 are on the copier side.50 AEV.I OPERATION AND TIMING DC controller PC6 cassette feeding unit controller PCs .f Pick-upclutch 2 Cassette 4 lifter motor The No. Figure 3-45 3-52 COPYRIGHT INC.1 JAN. 1933 PAINlEO IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPgNl .

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Cassette 3 paper sensor (Q8.50) Cassette 3 feeder roller Cassette 3 separation roller No. 4 registration roller No. 4 pre-registration paper sensor (0354) Cassette 3 pick-up roller Figure 3-46 Arrangement

0 Cassette 3 lifter position sensor (Q851)
@ @ @ 0 @I Cassette Cassette Cassette Cassette Cassette 4 4 4 4 4 feeder roller separation roller paper sensor (Q852) pick-up roller lifter position sensor (Q853) feeding unit)

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START ON v

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INTR

SCFW

SCRV

SCFW

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LSTR

STBY

Pick-up drive switch

+300 ms(iii) 240 mm/s (ii) i. If 216 mm or less, 216 mm. ii. Feed speed. iii. Warm-up time of scanner. **Setting the No. 1 registration roller at the home position (horizontal; see p, 3-71). Figure 3-47 A4, 2 Copies, DIRECT, One-Sided Document to One-Sided Copy, Pick-Up from 3rd Cassette

‘Varies depending on the length of paper;

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4. Pick-Up Motor Control
a. Outline Figure 3-48 shows the circuit that controls the pick-up motor (M803), and the circuit has thefollowing functions: @ Turns the pick-up motor ON and OFF. Q Maintains the pick-up motor rotation constant. The pick-up motor (M803) is a 3-phase DC motor.

b. Mechanism Whenthepick-upmotordrivecommand(PUMD) from the cassette feeding unit controller circuit goes ‘O’,the control circuit causes the pulse signals U, V, and W in sequence to rotate the pick-up motor; these pulses are generated based on the output of the Hall IC.

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E. Manual Feed Pick-b .
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The

manual

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the the

manual feed pick-up

paper sensor

(Q4).detects

Manual Feed Pick-Up

trailingedgeofpapertopreventthenextsheetfrom coming in.

The manual feed pick-up roller is driven by the (Ml) and rotates when the No. 2 registration roller clutch solenoid (SLf3) is ON. The manual feed pick-up roller starts to rotate as soon as the manual feed paper sensor (Q4) detects copy paper.
main motor

No. 1 registration roller clutch (CL1

)

Figure 3-49

Copy paper set v STBY INTR S CFW SCRV LSTR STBY

*Sets the No. 1 registration roller to the home position (horizontal) Figure 3-50

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F. Making a Single Overlay COPY
1. Outline
When copying on the 1st side of a single overlay copy, the paperdeflectorplate is shifted up as soon as the copy paper reaches the delivery assembly; i.e.,thedelivetyfeedermotor(M7) startstorotate in reverse. The paper is then forwarded to the lower feeder assembly by the paper deflector plate. Thereafter, the copy paper butts against setback roller 1 and forms an arch; it then moves past set-back roller2 and to the lowerfeederoutlet roller. Copying on 1st Side

The copy paper stops several millimeters pai the lower feeder outlet roller to wait for copying on its second side. The paper deflector is then shifted down in preparation for the delivery of the paper. Note: The duplex unit feeder inlet roller is equip&d w&b a tnecha&sm that improves separationsof copy paper around the photosensitive drum assembly attime of two-slded/o,verlay copying.

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feeder

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COPY

START key

COPY START key

Figure 3-53 A4 (LTR), 1 Copy, DIRECT, Overlay, Pick-Up form 1st Cassette

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The paper deflector plate is then shifted down in preparation for the delivery of the copy paper. NO. the No.G. 1 registration Paper plate def solenoid(SL8) Figure 3-54 Copying on 1st Side (switch-back) Lower feeder No. Copying on 1st Side Delivery sensor (02) The copy paper then stops several millimeters from the lower feeder outlet roller to wait for copying on the 2nd side. CANON HP-4050 AN. 2 delivery roller starts to move in reverse to shift up the paperdeflector plate. causingthe copy paperto switch back and move to the lower feeder assembly. Outline When the 1st side of a two-sided copy has been fixed and the trailing edge of the copy paper has moved past the delivery sensor (Q2). 1 motor I / I Figure 3-55 COPYAIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC.0 JULY 1591 PRINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI 3-59 . Making a single Two-Sided COPY 1.

1 Copy. CANONNP-4CUl REV.I OPERATION AND TIMING Copyingon 2nd Side Figure 3-56 COPY key START ON COPY key START ON Figure 3-57 A4 (LTR).0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPRIME AU JAPON) . Pick-Up from 1st Cassette 3-60 COPYRIGHT0 1993 CANONINC. DIRECT. Two-Sided.

Set-Back Mechanism 1... 2 or more copies.117 H. Figure 3-58 CUPYAIGHT 1993 CANON INC. The set-back mechanism is activated under the followina conditions: i. Outline The machine uses its set-back mechanism to execute continuous copying in the two-sided mode and the overlay mode.--. In the set-back mechanism. Copy Paper Size 182 mm to 216 mm feeding direction: around drum (axial): 257 mm to 297 mm ii. up to 20 copies (COPY START key not enabled thereafter) . sheets of copy paper are stacked up in the lower feeder assembly to save space without causing double feeding.0 JULY 1991 PRINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI 3-61 . 0 CANON HP-4050 AN.

/paper Lower SB”SW(Q3) feeder inlet Figure 3-61 3-62 CUPVAIGHT 0 1993CANON INC. and the lower feeder outlet roller by the lower feeder No. The lower feeder inlet roller is driven by the main motor (Ml). 1 motor Figure 3-59 1) The first copy paper is sent tot the lower feeder assembly after copying on its 1 st side and is made to butt against set-back roller 1 to form an arch.1 JAN. Two-Sided/Overlay Copy (1st side) The set-back mechanism works as shown in Figure 3-59 when two two-sided/overlay copies of A4 (LTR) size are made. 1993 PAINTEO IN JAPAN IIMPRIME AU JAPONI . 1 motor (M5). CANON HP-4050 REV. No. 2 motor (M6).2. Figure 3-60 2) The first copy paper is moved forward and then moved past the lower feeder inlet paper sensor (Q3). the set-back roller by the lower feeder No.

Lowerfeederinlet paper sensor (Q3)’ Figure 3-64 6) Set-back rollers 1and 2 are rotated counterclockwise. and the second copy paper is stopped IO mmfrom set-back roller 1.(Q3). and the second copy paper is moved past the lower feeder inlet sensor. 10mm 10mm Figure 3-65 COPYRIGHT IS93CANONINC. 1933PRINlTO JAPAN IN [IMPRIME JAPONI AU 3-63 ..a -x_ 3) Set-back rollers 1 and 2 are rotated counterclockwise. and the first copy paper is stopped IO mmfrom setback roller 1. Set-backroller 1 \ 10mm Set-backroller2 Figure 3-62 4) The second copy paper butts against set-back roller 1 to form an arch after copying on its1st side.1 JAN. 'G CANONHP-4050 NEV.. Figure 3-63 5) The first copy paper and the second copy paper are moved forward.

Lower feeder inlet paper se”Scn (c)14) / Figure 3-66 COPY key START rlN ‘Varies depending on the length of copy paper. the set-back roller is rotated clockwise. 2 Copies. DIRECT. and the copy paper is moved until the the lower feeder outlet sensor (014) detects the leading edge of the first copy paper. CANONHP-4050 REV. 3-64 COPYAIGHT0 1993CANONINC. I-. Figure 3-67 A4.0 JULY 1591 PAINTEO IN JRPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPUNI . **Varies depending on the number of sheets.I OPERATION AND TIMING 7) When all sheets have been stacked. Two-Sided/Overlay (sequence up to lower feeder assembly) Copy .-x.

*-. 2nd side) Copying is finished on the 1st side of the first copy paper and the second copy paper. Lower feeder inlet roller \ Set-back roller \ 1 Set-back \ roller 2 Lower roller feeder outlet lower guide plate paper sensor (Q14) Figure 3-68 . Overlay Copy (pick-up. and the leading edge of the first copy paper after a set-back is moved back several millimeters in front of the lower feeder outlet paper sensor (Ql4). the following operations take place: 1) Set-back rollers 1 and 2 are rotated counterclockwise. Figure 3-70 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. after a set-back operation. Varies depending on the size of the paper. paper length .\ 3. CANON NP-4050 AEV.158 mm (between set-back roller 2 and lower feeder outlet sensor) + 20 mm (leeway) l Set-back \ roller 1 Set-back / roller 2 Lower outlet feeder roller Figure 3-69 T’.0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN [IMPRIME AU JAPON) 3-65 . : 3) While rotating the lowerfeeder outlet roller in the direction of the arrow (Figure 3-70) set-back rollers I and 2 are rotated counterclockwise to separate the first copy paper and the second copy paper.---. 2) Set-back rollers 1 and 2 together with the lowerfeeder outlet roller movethefirst copy paper about 54 mm* in the direction of the arrow (Figure 3-69) until the copy paper moves past set-back roller 2.

. 1 registration roller.-. .50 AEV. .4) The second copy paper is stopped when its leading edge has moved back several millimeters from the lower feeder outlet sensor. -. j. 1 pre-registration roller sensor. 1 registration roller bythe lowerfeederoutlet roller. To No. the secondcopypaper is moved to the No. Set-back\roller 2 Figure 3-72 6) Thereafter. 1 registration roller Figure 3-71 5) After the first copy paper is detected by the No. CANON HP-40. the first copy paper is forwarded to the No.- Figure 3-73 3-66 COPVAIGHT 0 195’3 CANON INC.0 JULY 1991 PAINTEO IN JAPAN IIMPRIME AU JAPONI . the second copy paper is moved by set-back roller 2 and the lower feeder outlet roller until it moves past set-back roller 2.

i. DIRECT. scanner at standby Figure 3-74 A4. Overlay Copy (pick-up from duplexing unit feeder assembly) COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC.0 JULY 1591 PAINTED IN JAPAN ~IMPRIME AU JAPONI 3-67 .. 2 Copies.COPY START key ON V IIWR .e. CANON HP-4050 REV. SCFW SCRV SCFW SCRV LSTR STBY * While copy paper is moving.

after a set-back operation. paper length . Varies depending on the size of the paper.roller are rotated in the direction of the arrow (Figure 3-76) about an equivalent of 54 mm’ until the first copy paper moves past set-back roller 2.IS3 mm (between set-back roller 2 and lower feeder outlet sensor) + 20 mm (leeway) l Set-back roller \ Sat-back 1 roller 2 / Figure 3-76 3) With the lower feeder outlet roller at rest. CANON HP-4050 REV. the following operations take place: 1) Set-back rollers 1 and 2 are rotated counterclockwise.4. /- Set-back roller 1 Set-back roller 2 Lower feeder Figure 3-77 3-68 hPYAl6HT 0 1993 CANON INC. and the leading edge of the first copy paper after a set-back is moved back several millimeters in front of the lowerfeeder outlet paper sensor (Q14). Two-Sided Copy (2nd side) Copying is finished on the 1st side of the first copy paper and the second copy paper. set-back rollers 1 and 2 are rotated counterclockwise to move the second copy paper past the lower feeder outlet roller.5mm Figure 3-75 2) Set-back rollers 1 and 2 and the lower feeder outlet. Lower roller feeder \ inlet Set-backqllsr 1 Set-ba:k roller 2 Lower outlet feeder roller guide plate 4.0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN lIMPRIME AU JAPONI .

. Set-back roller 1 Set-back roller 2 Figure 3-78 5) When the No. the second copy paper is moved to the No. 1 registration roller by the lowerfeederoutlet roller.’ 4) The second copy paper is stopped when its leading edge moves back several millimeters from the lower feeder outlet paper sensor (Ql4).0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN (IMPAIME AU JAPON) 3-69 .--./. 1 registration m//w Figure 3-80 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CAHON INC. set-back roller2 and the lower feeder outlet roller move the second copy paper until it moves past set-back roller 2. . Set-back roller 1 Set-back roller 2 paper serlsor (014) Figure 3-79 6) Thereafter. 1 preregistration roller paper sensor (05) detects the first copy paper.i I-. CANON HP-4050 REV. To No..

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* While copy paper is being moved, i.e., scanner at standby. Figure 3-81 A4,2 Copies, DIRECT, Two-Sided Copy (pick-up from lower feeder assembly)

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Moving the No. 1 Registration Roller Horizontally

1. Outline
The machine moves the No. 1 registration roller sideways for each copy for the following: a. to match the image horlzontal edge on the photosensitive drum with the edge of the copy paper. The horbontal registration motor (M4) is a stepping motor and is used to drive the No. 1 registration roller in the horizontal (drum axial) direction. The drive of the horizontal motor (M4) is transmitted to gear C, which is a single entity with gear Et, through gears A and EL The rotation of gear C causes the No. 1 registration roller to move sideways; see Figure 3-82. The horizontal home position of the No. 1 registration roller is determined by causing the No. 1

registration roller to move to the direction of the arrow (Figure 3-82) until it butts against the stop when the COPY START key is pressed. When the copy paper reaches the No. 1 registration roller, the horizontal registration motor (M4) goes ON, causing the No. 1 registration roller to move toward the front. When the horizontal registration paper edge sensor (Q6) detects the edge of the copy paper, the horizontal registration motor (M4) rotates counterclockwise for a specific number of pulses, thereby moving the No. 1 registration rollertoward the rear. The No. 1 registration roller is always rotated when the horizontal registration motor goes ON so as to facilitate the horizontal movement of the No. 1 registration roller. When in the manual feed mode, horizontal control of the No. 1 registration roller is not executed.

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No. 1 registration n-

roller

Horiontal registration paper edge sensor (06;

P No. 1 reaistration roller cl&h (CLI)

Horizontal

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START key ON

Scanner document

kadin

* Setting the No. 1 registration roller to the home position. ** Operation is as follows: A: Rotated clockwise from when the No. 1 registration roller is at the home position until the horizontal registration paper edge sensor (Q6) detects the copy paper and then rotated for a specific number of pulses; rotated counterclockwise only if Q6 detects the copy paper at the beginning of the period. 6: Rotated to move the No. 1 registration roller to the home position over a distance equal to A above. Figure 3-63 A4,l Copy, DIRECT, One-Sided Document to One-Sided Copy, Pick-Up from 1st Cassette (No. 1 registration roller horizontal movement)

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J. Fixing and Delivery Assemblies
1. Controlling the Temperature of the Fixing Roller
The upper roller, lower roller, and No. 1 delivery roller of the fixing assembly are driven by the main motor (Ml). The upper roller is heated by the fixing heater (HI; 800 W), and the temperature of its surface is monitored by a thermistor (THl). Fixing assembly surface temperature is high.

Fixing assembly surface temperature is low.

L

Resistance of thermistor (THl) is high.

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1 Voltage of fixing roller surface temperature sensor signal (FRST) is high. Based on the voltage of FRST, the microprocessor on the DC controller PCB controls the state of thefixing heaterdrivesignal (HTRD; i.e., ‘l’and’O’), thereby maintaining the surface temperature of the upper roller at a specific value. during standby and copying, controlled to 190°C during preheat, controlled to 180°C

Resistance of thermistor (THI) is low.

L

Voltage of fixing roller surface temperature sensor signal (FRST) is low.

No. 1

DCcontroller PC6 Lamp regulator

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2. Protection Mechanism
The machine is equipped with four types of protective mechanism to prevent malfunctions of the fixing heater. a. The microprocessor monitors the voltage of the thermistor (THi); in response to an error, it indicates’E00O’,‘E001’,‘E002’,and’E003’andswitches the machine OFF automatically about 20 set later. b. If the voltage of THl drops to less than 1.1 V (equivalent of 225”C, the fixing heater protection circuit goes ON to turn the power switch (SWI) OFF: this occurs automatically and regardless of the output of the microprocessor. c. If the temperature inside the thermoswitch exceeds 24O”C, the thermoswitch goes OFF to cut the power to the fixing heater. d. The DCcontrollercircuit monitorsthestateofthe SSR; if the SSR suffers a short circuit, the SSR error sensor signal (SRER) goes ‘1’; the condition causes ‘E004’to go ON and, after about 2 set, the power switch (SWl) goes OFF automatically. The power switch goes OFF 2 seconds later even if the therm0 switch is OFForthefixing heater goes OFF.

4. Moving the Cleaning Belt
The cleaning belt used to clean the upperfixing roller is driven by the cleaning belt drive signal (CLBSD) generated by the DC controller; the ‘l’or ‘0’ state of the signal causes the cleaning belt drive solenoid to go ON and OFF. A single ON state of the solenoid causes the belt to be taken up about 0.04mm; the number of ON and OFF states of the cleaning belt drive solenoid depends on the length of the copy paper used (Table 3-11). The operation of the solenoid may be switched, in the service mode.

Table 3-l 1 Note: Inthemanualfeedmode,thecleaningbeltdrive &lenoid is turned ON and OFF twice regardless of the length of the copy paper used.

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Once its contact ‘is open, the thermoswitch (TSl) will not be reset unless 1 is cooledtO 0°C or less; the contact will’not recover at ambient temperature.

3. Fixing Roller Bias
A positive DC bias (750 V) is applied to the core of the upper fixing roller during copying operation. The bias is used to limit offset to the fixing roller: the fixing roller bias is generated by the AC component of the developing bias after rectification.

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The DC controller PCB counts how may times the cleaning beltdrive solenoid has gone ON; when ithasgoneON300,00timesormore,ifindicatesthe ‘BELT, RUNNING OUT’ message on the display during copy operation. Advise the user to make a serviceman call when the message appears. The counter may be checked and cleared inthe service mode.

5. Sequence of Operation (fixing assembly)
COPY POWER switch 185°C START

Igo%

key

ON

d

ON in the AE mode only. When the scanning lamp is ON, the fixing heater executes ‘ON/OFF’ but not ‘OFF/ON’. * * Varies (revolution) depending on the size of copy paper. * * * The fixing roller bias is synchronized with the AC component of he developing bias. *Checks for an SSR error for 3 sec.

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As shown in Figure 3-87. -89and-90bytherotationofgearAwhosedrfve is transmitted by gear B. COPY PaPer Paper deflector / plate Gear A Reversing guide Gear C + +: : rotation rotation for delivery for forwarding into lower feeder assembly Figure 3-87 3-76 COPYAIGHT0 1993CANON INC.I OPERATION AND TIMING 6. Delivery Assembly The delivery feeder motor (M7) is a 4-phase stepping motor. CANON HP-4050 REV. gear C is driven by the delivery feeder motor. The direction of rotation and the paper deflector plate of the No. The movements determine whether the copy paper is moved to the lower feeder assembly or to the copy tray. The paper deflector plate is shifted as Figures388.0 JULY 1991 PAINlEO IN JAPAN IIMPRIME AU JAPON) . 2 delivery roller (lower) are switched according to the direction of rotation of the delivery feeder motor.

OPERATION AND TIMING I ~ . n At Time of Delivery Paper deflector plate COPY PaPer Figure 3-88 1 Fonnrardingto Lower Feeder Assembly (overlay copy) 1 St cassate Figure 3-09 . CANON NP-&Xi REV.--.--‘\. \ COPVAIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC..0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN [IMPRIME AU JAPONI 3-77 .

I OPERATION AND TIMING n At Time of Switch-Back Figure 3-90 3-78 COPYRIGHT 0 1593 CANON INC.0 JULV 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI . CANON HP-4050 REV.

. 3 preregistration paper sensor (Q16) . No. it identifies a jam if any of the sensors detects paper at time of poweron. The microprocessor identifies the following conditions as jams. 2 preregistration paper sensor (Q15) . the copy count need not be reset after opening and closing of the machine for jam removal. The machine can ‘keep track of the remaining number of copies to be made and the copy modes effective at time of a jam. 1 preregistration paper sensor (Q5) . in addition. No. No. for this reason. COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. Checking for Jams The machine is equipped with the following papersensorsusedtocheckthepresencelabsence of paper and the movement of paper. Opening of the upper right door. No. -7. Lower feeder outlet paper sensor (Ql4) .Manual feed paper sensor (Q4) The presence/absence of paper and jams are checked in terms of the presence/absence of paper over respective sensors at such times as preprogrammed in the microprocessor on the DC controller PCB. or delivery door and moving the manual feed tray cover or the cassette are also identified as a jam. CANON NP-4050 AEY.OPERATION AND TIMING I - \ K.0 JULY 1991 PRINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI 3-79 . Lower feeder inlet paper sensor (Q3) . 4 pre-registration paper sensor (Q854) * Delivery sensor (Q2) . lower door.

Figure 3-92 3-80 COPYRIGHT0 1993 CANONINC.1 pre-registration paper se”sor No. 2 regisbation clutch solenoid roller (SW - I Main motor (Ml) ( Figure 3-91 2. 1 pre-registration paper sensor (Q5) before a specific period of time after the No.-. 1 Pre-Registration Timing Jam The copy paper reaches the No. CANONNP-4050 AEY. No. COPY START ON v STBY key (unit: WC) INTR SCFW 1 SCRV 1 SCPW ( . 2 registration roller clutch solenoid (SL8) has gone ON. 1 Pre-Registration Delay Jam The copy paperdoes not reach the No. 1pre-registration paper sensor (Q5) within a specific period of time after the No.0 JULY 1991 PRINTED IN JAPAN (IMPAIME AU JAPONI . SCFW 1 SCRV ) SCFW t Scannerdocument leading edge sensor (as) I II 0.1. Error 1 I -. COPY START ON key (unit: set) STBY] I INTR .. Delay jamcheck No.8 II I 0.8 NWlllfll II II -. 2 registration roller clutch solenoid (SL8) has gone ON. No.

. 1.. the above represents pick-up from the 1st cassette. No. 0..‘--’ 3. 1 preregistration paper sensor (Q5) within a specific period of time after the No. 3 registration roller clutch (CL4) has gone ON. the above is based on A4 size.. 2 registration roller clutch solenoid (SL8) has gone ON.‘-7. Figure 3-94 COPYAICHT0 1593 CANONMC.OPERATION AND TIMING I . II I III I 11111 I 11111 1 . 2pre-registrationsensor(Q15) within aspecificperiodoftimeafter pick-up clutch I (CL2) or the No. 3 registration roller. COPY START key ON (unit: sac) INTR SCE’W SCRV S CFW SCRV scrw) STBY Scanner document leading edp se”sor (W . 1 Pre-Registration Stationary Jam The copy paper does not move past the No.. COPY START ON key (unit: WC) INTR / SCFW ) STBY] .0 JULY 1991 PRIITEO IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JAPON) 3-81 . CAHOHHP-4050 REV.. Figure 3-93 4. .. II 1 l ---x \ Varies depending on the source of pick-up.. -1 * Varies depending on the length of paper.O set tf pick-up is from the No. 2 Pre-Registration Delay Jam Thecopypaperdoes not reach the No. No. Scanner document leading edge SBWX (W - .9 set if pick-up is from the 2nd cassette.

2 Pre-Registration Stationary Jam The copy paper does not move past the No. No. 3 registration roller clutch (CL4) has gone ON. 3 registration roller. .0 JULY 1591 PAINTfD IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI . 3 registration roller._-- 1 * Varies depending on the source of pick-up.0. No. Figure 3-95 6.6 set if pick-up is from the No. Figure 3-96 3-62 COPYAIGHT 0 1993CANON INC. CANONHP-4050 AfV.6 set if pick-up is from the No. .5 set if pick-up is from the 2nd cassette.I OPERATlON AND TIMING 5. COPY START key nner document leading ‘ Varies depending on the source of pick-up. 2 Pre-Registration Timing Jam The copy paper reaches the No.0. the above represents pick-up from the 1st cassette.0.5 set if pick-up is from the 2nd cassette. 0. 2 preregistration paper sensor (Q15) within a specific period of time after pick-up clutch 1 (CL2) or the No. . 3 registration roller clutch (CL4) has gone ON. the above is based on pick-up from the 1st cassette. 2 preregistration paper sensor (015) before a specific period of time after pick-up clutch 1 (CL2) or the No. COPY START ON v SW3 key (unit: set) INTR 1 SCFW 2 . Checks for stationary jams are executed in the same way as timing jams. .

OPERATlON AND TIMING I / I 1 i 7. 4 registration roller clutch solenoid (SL802) has gone ON. 3 Pre-Registration Timing Jam The copy paperreaches the No. 3 Pre-Registration Delay Jam The copy paper does not reach the No. COPY START key 3 Scanner document leading edge sensor Delay jam check No. No. 3 pre-registration paper sensor Clutch Solenoid Main motor 6-w I II I III I I I J KW (CL801) (SL802) 1 I / ( I m I Figure 3-97 8. CANONNP-4050 AN. 3 pre-registration paper sensor (Q16) within a specific period of time after pick-up clutch 2 (CL801) or the No. 4 registration roller clutch solenoid (SL802) has gone ON. No.0 JULY 1991 PRINTEG IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JArON 3-83 . COPY START key ner document leading Figure 3-98 COPYRIGHT0 1993 CANONINC. 3 preregistration paper sensor (Ql6) before a specific period of time after pick-up clutch (CL801) or the No.

4 preregistration paper sensor (Q654) within a specific period of time after pick-up clutch 2 (CL801) has gone ON.9.8 1 I I II I I I I I I 1 Main motor Figure 3-100 3-84 COPYAIGHT0 1993 CANONINC. COPY START kev . Checks for stationary jams are executed in the same way as timing jams. COPY START key .0 JULY 1991 PRINTED IN JAPAN llMPAlME AU JAPONI . 3 Pre-Registration Stationary Jam The copy paper does not move past the No. 3 preregistration paper sensor (Ql6) within a specific period of time after pick-up clutch 2 (CL801) or the No. 4 Pre-Registration Delay Jam The copy paper does not reach the No. Main motor I Figure 3-99 10.” Scanner document edge sensor leading (W II I I !II t Delay jamcheck paper (Q-v (CLaOl) No. CANONNPWM REV. 4 registration roller clutch solenoid (SL802) has gone ON. No. 4 preregistration sensor Pick-up clutch 2 0.-. No.

~ 11. 1993 PRINTED IN JAPAN [IMPAIAIE AU JAPONl 3-85 . COPY START key ] Scanner document edge sensor leading (W Main moIor (Ml) Figure 3-102 CIJPYINCHT 1993CANON INC. 4 Registration Roller Stationary Jam The copy paper does not move past the No. COPY START key Pick-up clutch 2 Main motor (CLSOl) I -_ I I I t (Ml) Figure 3-101 12. Checks for stationary jams are executed in the same way as timing jams.. No. 4 Pre-Registration Timing Jam The copy paper reaches the No. No. 4 pre-registration sensor (0354) within a specific period of time after pick-up clutch 2 (CL801) has gone ON. 4 preregistration paper sensor (Q854) before a specific period of time after pick-up clutch 2 (CL801) has gone ON. 0 CANONW-4050 AEY.OPERATION AND TIMING I .1 JAN..

Delivery Delay Jam The copy paper does not reach the delivery sensor (Q2) within a specific period of time after the No. CANON HP-4050 AEV. 14.13. (unit: set) I SCFW 1 SCRV 1 SCFW 1 SCRV 1 SCFW I J Flgure 3-103 Delivery Timing Jam Thecopypaper reachesthedelivetysensor(Q2) before a specific period oftime afterthe No. 1 registration roller (CLI) has gone ON. (unit: set) SCFW 1 SCRV 1 SCFW / SCRV 1 SCFW I ! Scanner document edge sensor leading (W 1. u II II II I Timingjam check Figure 3-104 3-66 COPYAIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC.0 JULY 1591 PAINTEO IN JARN lIMPRIME AU JAW . 1 registration roller clutch (CLI) has gone ON.

Delivery W) roller No. Checks for stationary jams are executed in the same way as timing jams. (unit: SCFW SCRV SCFW SCRV SCFW set) 1 Scanner document edge sensor Stationary jam sensor check leading (09) . CANON NW050 REV. Delivery Stationary Jam The copy paper does not move past the delivery sensor (Q2) within a specific period of time after the No..0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN (IMPAIME AU JAPON) 3-87 . ‘\ 15.9 I I I Figure 3-105 COPYAIGHT 0 1993 LXNON INC.OPERATION ~ AND TIMING - /-.+-. 1 registration roller clutch (CLl) has gone ON. 1 reaistration k / I 1. .

CANONNP-4050 AEV. Lower Feeder Inlet Delay Jam The copy paper does not reach the lower feeder inlet paper sensor (Q3) within a specific period of time after the delivery sensor (Q2) has detected the leading edge of the paper. Two-Sided Copy (unit: se@ (unit: set) . the above represents A4 paper.-.tl JULY It?31 PAINTEO IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI . checks for jams are executed differently depending on the size of the paper. Overlay Copy . (Normal) (Error) * Varies depending on the size of the copy paper used. a. Figure 3-107 3-88 COPYRlCHT0 1993 GINON INC.- (unit: sac) (unit: SEC) (Normal) (Error) Figure 3-106 b.I OPERATION AND TIMING 16. In the overlay mode.

the above represents A4 paper.. Lower Feeder Inlet Timing Jam The copy paper reaches the lower feeder inlet paper sensor (Q3) before a specific period of time after the delivery sensor (Q2) has detected the leading edge of the paper. in the two-sided mode. ‘\ Figure 3-109 COPYAIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. however. checks are made at specific times regardless of the size of paper.OPERATION ANDTIMING I .0 JULY 1591 PRIHTEO IN JAPAN [IMPRIME AU JAPONI 3-89 ._ ‘)> 17.-\ Figure 3-108 b. I’--. a. CANON HP-4050 REV. they vary depending on the size of paper. In the overlay mode. Overlay Copy (unit: set) (unit: WC) nner document leading Krr ~ . Two-Sided Copy (unit: set) (unit: see) (Normal) (Error) * Varies depending on the size of the copy paper used.

Overlay Copy (unit: set) (unit: set) Scanner document kadina I I I I I Timina iam chock (Nonal) Figure 3-110 b. Two-Sided Copy (unit: set) (unit: SIX) -. the above represents A4 paper. I=77= (Nonal) (Error) ‘Varies depending on the size of the copy paper used. Checks on stationary jams are executed in the same way as timing jams. CANON HP-4050 REV. Figure 3-111 3-90 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. a.18.0 JULY 1591 PAINTED IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU APON) . Lower Feeder Inlet Stationary Jam The copy paper does not move past the lower feeder inlet paper sensor (Q3) within a specific period of time after the delivery sensor (Q2) has detected the leading edge of paper.

\_ 19. (unit: se-z) SCRV f (unit: set) Scanner document edge sensor Timing jam check leading (W II Lower feeder outlet paper Se”SOr 014) Lower feeder inlet mmer W”SW I I 1- 1. (unit: WC) (unit: sac) F Scanner document edge sensor Delay jam check leading (W F (Normal) (Error) While copy paper is being moved. scanner at standby. Lower Feeder Outlet Delay Jam The copy paper does not reach the lower feeder outlet paper sensor (CM4) within a specific period of time after the lower feeder inlet paper sensor (Q3) has detected the leading edge of the paper. i.---.e. l Figure 3-112 20. CANONHP-4&C RN. ** Varies depending on the size of the copy paper used.._ While copy paper is being moved.. ** Varies depending on the size of the copy paper used: the above represents A4 paper (1 copy).5 * f @3) 1 (Ml) 1 Main motor (Normal) (Enor) . the above represents A4 paper (1 copy).e.-. i... l Figure 3-113 COPYAIGHT0 1993 CANONINC. scanner at standby.0 JULY 1991 PRINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI 3-91 .. Lower Feeder Outlet Timing Jam The copy paper reaches the lowerfeeder outlet paper sensor (Ql4) before a specific period of time after the lower feeder inlet paper sensor (Q3) has detected the leading edge of the paper.

0 JULY 1991 PAINTEO IN JAPAN (IMPAIME AU JAPON) . ** Varies depending on the size of the copy paper used. 23. _ . Lower Feeder Outlet Stationary Jam The copy paper does not move past the lower feeder outlet paper sensor (014) within a specific period of time after the lower feeder inlet paper sensor (Q3) has detected the leading edge of the paper. 1 preregistration timing jams. see Figure 3-91’. Manual Feed Timing Jam Same as No. While copy paper is being moved.21.. (unit: SCRV set) (unit: set) 1 f 1 Scanner document ing edge sensor Stationary lead(G+) SCRV 1 * 7 Scanner document edge sensor Stationary leading (W II ) II / jam check jam check Lower feeder outlet paper se”Scv Q14) ( Lower feeder outlet paper sensor (Q14) I ’ (Normal) 11 I 1 Lower feeder inlet paper sensor (a) Main motor (Error) - I ( Lower feeder papersenosr Main motor inlet (Q3) (Ml) 7. Mrinual Feed Delay Jam Same as No. 24. .-. CANONNW050 REV. 1 pre-registration stationary jams. l Figure 3-114 22. 1 pre-registration delay jams. scanner at standby.e. see Figure 3-92. the above represents A4 paper (1 copy). see Figure 3-93 3-92 COPYRIGHT 0 IN03 CANONINC.. i. Manual Feed Stationary Jam Same as No.

OPERATfON AND TIMING - ._ V. Sorter f24VU BAli3k 101 b f5V _ Document size identification +24VU L i-24VR HVTAC I HVT DC -I-l2V tsv F”455 +24vu (scanner motor) PCB .lN (IMPNIME AU JAPONI 3-93 .-.y i F10 10A -t24VtJ f24VR A I +24VU DC load f24VU -I-12v +12v ii DC Power supply for RDF/Borter DC power ‘UPPlY PCB i+SV DC controlle r PCB +5v +24VR f5V - Toner sensor AE T El +24V RDF. Fuse PCB Dashed lines represent AC power lines. Figure 3-115 COPYRIGHT0 IN-33 CANONINC. @Mine of Power Supply --.. POWER SUPPLY -- A. CANONNP-4050 NEW JULY 1991 PRINTEN IN JAP.- ---- -L ..

follows: +24VR fl% +24VU 33% :. The DC power supply PCB generates +24 VR.’ B. can blow the built-in fuse.I3 +I 2v *55% . 3-94 CWYAIGHT 1903CANON 0 INC. the DC power supply PCB is supplied with AC power. when any of the loads suffer a short circuit for some reason. and +5 V. +12 V. open the front door to turn the door switch OFF. Use of another battery may present a risk of fire or explosion. are activated to shut off the output. Repeated short-circuiting and resetting. +24 VU. CANON NP-4050 AN. Protection Mechanism for the Power Circuit The DC power supply PCB and the DC power supply PCB for the RDF/sorter are equipped with an overcurrent sensor circuit which. and turn the door switch ON once again. When the output is shut off. for this reason. The DC power supply PCB for the DF/sorter supplies the sorter with 24V power. +5V *4% A CAUTION: Replace the lithium battery only with the one listed in the Parts Catalog.When the door switch and the power switch are turned ON. +24 VU is sent to the DC controller PCB and the motor driver PCB through the fuse on the fuse PCB. When the machine’s door switch and the power switch are turned OFF. disassemble or dispose of in fire. Do not recharge. the DC power to the DC controller PCB will be cut OFF.0 JULY 1541 PRINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU tiPON . however. The battery may present a fire or chemical burn hazard if mistreated. the RAM on the DC controller PCB and the date/time memoryarebackedupbyalithiumbattery(BATl01). then. The auto shut-off mechanism causes the DC controller PCB to turn the power switch OFF. Keep the battery out of reach of children and discard used battery promptly. correct the load. Note: The tolerances forthe DC power supply are as.

since paper picked upfrom the left deck has to move through a longerpath.0 JULY 1991 PAINTEU IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI 3-95 . No. thisarrangementsewestoshorten the first copy time. The deck motor drives the loads used to operate the paper pick-up/feed mechanism and the left and right lifters. PAPER DECK PEDESTAL A. The left feeder assembly found between the left deck and the No. 3 registration (inside copier) roller Lelt pick-up roller \ I Leftdeck ‘_ COPY paper II Right deck Figure 3-200 COPVRI6HT0 1543 CANONINC. Outline The paper deck pedestal is equipped with two decks (left.OPERATION ANDTIMING m VI. 3 registration roller picks up a single sheet of paper from the left deck and keeps the paper after copying operation. right) and is used to feed paper from each deck to the copier in response to signals from the copier. CAHOHHP-150 AEV.

Left lifter clutch drive command Left deck open/closed (LLDR) sensor signal (LDDE) Left lifter limit sensor signal (LLUL) left lifter position sensor signal (LLPDE) .

The deck controller PCB is supplied with 24 V power by the copier’s DC power supply and. and other loads based on the signals from the copier.. The signals from the copier are sent according to the pre-programmed instructions stored in the copiers memory.Y--. Electrical Circuitry The paper deck pedestal is controlled by its deck controller PCB and signals coming from the copier. &pub /-- \ Ca751: Q752: Q753 Q754: a755: tight deck paper sensor lelt deck paper sensor leh feeder paper sensor right lifter position sensor left lifter position sensor PS T”t Photosawol MS701: MS702: MS703 MS704: MS705: right lifter limit switch left lifter limit switch right door open/dosed switch right deck open/closed switch lelt deck open/closed switch Microswitd SW701 -0 size input CL Clutch CL701.’ --. SL701: SL702: right pick-up roller release sole”oKl I LiiI. CL702 CL703 CL704: CL705: right pick-up clutch left pi&up clutch lelt feeder drive clutch right lifter drive dutch left lifter drive clutch WI Deck (paper) SW702 . CANONHP-4050 AEV.._ ‘8 B.1 JAN. clutches.. The controller PCB inside the deck controls the motors.OPERATION AND TIMING I . in turn. left pick-up roller release solenoid Deck controller PCB Figure 3-202 COPYAIGHTc I!393 CANONINC.top (up) timing Solenoid . 1593 PRlNTfO IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JAPONI 3-97 . supplies each load with 24V or 12V power. .

i+ -AlO -A7 LPADE when paper is present in left deck. ‘1’. ‘1’. Inputs to and Outputs from Deck Controller 1.C. Inputs to and Outputs from Deck Controller 12v 5 Right deck paper W”SW 6 E_ Q751 3 4 L_ Q752 1702 -A7 5108 -B6 RPADE when paper is present in right deck. CANONNP-4050 AEU. i -BE -B 9 -137 [ -BG -B4 -I?3 -AZ -Al -A3 Deck (paper) -A4 -AG -A7 size input DC controller PCB (copier) Deck controller PCB Figure 3-203 I 3-98 COPYAIGHT0 1993 CANONINC.0 JULY 1991 PAINTEU IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPON) .

tight pick-up roller release solenoid goes ON. -A5 -R! DKMD when ‘0’ deck motor goes OFj. 1993PAINW IN JAPAN lIMPRIME JAPSI AU 3-99 . I Deck controller PCB I DC controller PCB (copier) Figure 3-204 COPVNkiHT 1993CANON 0 INC. -A4 -B RPURL when Y)‘.I OPERATION ANDTlMlNG I . -A9 -A LPPDE when paper is present in left feeder assembly. CANON HP-4050AfY. 2.1JAN. -A8 -Bl LPURL when ‘0’ left pick-up roller release solenoid goes ON._eeder drive -A3 Jll -E LPPDR when ‘0’ lelt feeder drive clutch gks ON. -BZ -B RPUDR when ‘0’ right pick-up clutch g&s ON. left pick-up clutch goes ON. ‘0’. -. -A6 -B LAUDR when Y)‘. ‘0’. Le. Inputs to and Outputs from Deck Controller J 702 -Bl JlOe -B7 RDODE when right door is open.---.

Left lifter drive clutch when ‘0’. Right deck open/ closed sensor when right deck is closed.0 JULY 1991 PRINTED IN JAPAN IIMPGIME AU JAPGNI . (light-blocking plate is at sensor) ‘1’. CL704 goes ON.3. ‘1’. CL705 goes ON. CANONHP-4050 REV. ‘0’.- Riiht lifter position smsor when right lifter is at pick-up position. MS701 Right lifter limit SB”SW when right lifter is at limit. ‘0’. ‘1’ Right lifter dti/e clutch when ‘0’. when Ien deck is dosed. De& controller PCB Figure 3-205 3-100 COPVAIGHT0 1993 CANONINC. Lelt lifter position W”SX when left lifter is et pick-up position. ‘I’. Inputs to and Outputs from Deck Controller - . (light-blocking plate is at sensor) Lelt lifter limit sensor MS705 Left deck open/ closed sensor when left lifter is at limit.

OPERATION AND TIMING I D. the paper is forwarded by the right feeder rollerto the copier’s No. the rotation of the motor causes the right pick-up roller to rotate. CANONHP-4050 REV. then.1 JAN. Pick-Up from Right Deck When the COPY START key is pressed on the copier. Pick-Up/Feed Mechanism 1. 3 pre-registration paper Ea”SOT \ Right separation roller COPY PaPer L Right deck Figure 3-206 Pick-Up from Right Deck COPYRIGHT0 1993 CANONINC. After pick-up. 3 registration roller to form an arch. No. it is moved to the No. 2 registration roller. 1593 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPOHI 3-101 . picking up paper from the right deck. the copier’s DC controller sends the deck motor drive command (DKMD) and. at the same time. the deck motor starts to rotate. 3 registration roller and made to butt against the No.

0 JULY 1991 PNINTKI IN JAPRN IIMPRIME RU JPPON] .2 copies (pick-up from rfght deck) 3-102 CUPVAIGHT 0 1513CANOH ‘INC. CdNON HP-4050 REV.Sequence of Operations (pick-up from tight deck) COPY START key INTR SCFW s CRV SCFW SCRV f OON Figure 3-207 A4.

the paper moves through the left feeder assembly and then to the copier’s No. in response. No. Pick-Up from Left Deck Whenthecopier’sCOPY STARTkeyispressed.U JULY 1941 PAINTEU IN JAPRN (IMPRIME AU JLPUNI 3-103 . 3 regislration roller preregistration paper sensor No. CANON HP-4USil AN. 3 Paper deck pedestal Figure 3-208 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 C9NON INC. the deck motor starts to iotate to rotate the left pick-up roller for pick-up from the left deck. After the pick-up. the copier:s DC conti’oller PCS generates DKMD. 3 registration roller assembly.2.

The copier. A left feeder pick-up delay jam atill occurs. CANON HP-4050 REUI JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN (IMPAIME AU JAPON] . The paper is moved to the left feeder assembly and kept inside it in preparation forthe next copying operation. This mechanism is caked advance pic!+up and serves to shorten the first copy time when pickup is made from the left feeder assembly. Ifthepaperisremovedforsomereasonfromthe left feeder assembly. even after power-on. another sheet of copy paper will be picked up newly next time the left deck is used as an advance pick-up.~ ’ eff feeder assembly . will not be fed to the copier at the time.e. it will not indicate a jam (stationary) at time of power-on. it. as such. i. the deck controller circuit incfudes a mechanism that deactivates thefefl deckpick-upsignal ffthe left feeder assembly has been detached. despite the deactivation of the signal. for this reason.. in which case the path will be somewhat longer. a single sheet of copy paper is picked up after the last copy paper has been picked up from the left deck.- paper senscu (075 Figure 3-209 3-104 COPYRIGHT 8 1993 CAHON MC. . . however. sincecopying operatiinwill be started . Advance Pick-Up from Left Deck If pick-up is from the left deck. remembers the copy paper kept in the left feeder assembly. -~ \. Nate: ’ The copier cannot recognized detachment of the left feeder assembly.3.

--- Sequence of Operations (pick-up from left deck) COPY START key COPY START key * Paper is absent in the left feeder assembly when the COPY START key is pressed.. * Paper is present in the left feeder assembly when the COPY START key is pressed.2 Copies (pick-up from left deck) COPYAIGHT8 1933CANONINC.0 JULY 1591 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME 1U JAPONl 3-105 . l Figure 3-210 A4. CANUN HP-4050 AEV.

When the cam attached to the end of the roller release shaft becomes disengaged from the latch on the grip. the arm on the roller release shaft moves up to lift the pick-up roller. Arm \ Figure 3-211 3-106 COPVAI6HT 0 1993 CANON INC. Pulled by the pick-up roller m/ease solenoidat time of pick-up operation. The arm is also used to release the pick-up roller at time pick-up operation. 1. CANON HP-4050 AEY. the cam rides overthe latch on the grip. on the other hand. Releasing the Pick-Up Roller The pick-up roller is released when the grip on the deck is pulled. causing the arm and the pick-up roller to lower.0 JULY 1991 PAINTEU IN JAPAN UMPRIME AU JAPON) . Releasing the Pick-Up Roller and the Separation Roller The machine’s paper deck pedestal is a front loading type.E. for this reason. When the deck is slid in. the pick-up roller and the separation roller are released when the paper deckisslidoutforsupplyingcopypaperorremoving jams.

Feeder mller This design is to prevent contact between the separation roller and the deck rear end plate. (before release) Flgure 3-213 COPYRIGHT 0 1893 CANONINC. 1993 PRINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI 3-107 .OPERATION AND TlMlNG I r-. Separation roller Figure 3-212 Forceddown by the deck right end/Me. moves the separation roller to the direction of disengagement by the work of the release spring.1 JAN. which has been forced down by the deck right end plate cam. the release lever. ’ \ 2. CdNON HP-4050 REV. Releasing the Separation Roller When the deck is slid out of the machine.

Q752). When the lifter has moved up and reached the lifter position sensor (Q751. allowing the lifter to lower on its own weight. the wire cable take-up gear becomes disengaged from the one-way gear. CANONHP-4050 AEY. CLfO5). MS705) goes ON. . moving the lifter up. the lifer limit mtr%aewftcf-r(MS701.F.MS702)cutsoffthepower to the litter drive clutch (CL704.0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN [IMPRIME AU JAPONI . the lifter drive clutch goes OFF: the lifter is then kept up by a oneway gear.. Note: If the flfter does not stop moving up after it has reached the lifer position sensor. ihis condition causes the deck motor to rotate and the lifter drive clutch (CL704.-. Moving the Lifter Up and Down (left/right deck) When paper is set in the deck and the deck is closed. the deck open/closed sensor (MS704. Deck conboIler DC controller PCB 5702 -A5 DICMU PCB 24”t 12V 5704-I Riht lifter position sensor -2 t 24V 24V 24V Right lifter drive clutch PLPDE 25F r &754 -3 Jb Right lifter limit Se”SOr Right deck open/ closed sensor Figure 3-214 Right Lifter Drive Circuit 3-108 COPYRIGHT ‘0 1993 CANONINC. The tttef withnot be moved up tf the left feeder assembly is not set correctly to the paper deck pedestal. CL705) to go ON. The lifter is moved up regardless of the state of the machine as long as the copier is powered. When the deck is detached from the machine.

G755) . CANON NP-4050 REV.0 JULY 1931 PRINTEO IN JAPAN [IMPRIME AU JAPONI 3-109 .-\ Deck n dosed I/ Deck motor (M701) yzr & Lifter drive clutch (cL704./:_ Oil damper Shan Figure 3-216 Litter Up Mechanism COPYAIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. * Various depending on the volume of mpy paper.. ~~705) m j + rotates when pick-up is from the other deck. Figure 3-215 Litter Up Movement I rl Lifter position Deck controller PCB De& motor L&Y:.OPERATION AND TtMlNG m . Lifter position sensor (Q754.

Pi&-up / HOI-3 roller Lifter I Figure 3-217 Paper on Lifter Figure 3-218 3-110 No Paper on Lifter COPYNIGHT 0 IQ93 CANON INC. the sensor arm moves into the lifter hole and remains still as the lifter moves up.0 JULY 1991 PRINTED IN JAPAN IIMPNIME AU JAPONI .G. Checking the Paper in the Deck (left/right deck) The mechanism to check the paper in the deck is attached on the same plate as the lifter position sensor. CANON’NP-4050 AN. Lifter position sensor @754. this condition is identified as the absence of paper. the sensor arm moves over the left/right deck paper sensor as the lifter moves up. The condition in which the lifter does not move to a specific position in the presence of paper for some reason will also be identified as the absence of paper. When copy paper is present on the lifter. If paper is absent.

o set (approx. the condition is identified as a delay jam. COPY START TON key L_______-J . CANONHP-4llW REV. Right Deck a. 3 registration roller clutch Figure 3-220 COPYAIGHT 0 1993 CANONINC. 3 pre-registration remains ON about 0.6 set afterthe No. I I INTR I SCFW ) No. 2 Pre-Registration Jam The copy paper does not reach the No.‘-y H. No. If the No. No. a stationary jam (previous paper) will be identified. the condition is identified as a delay jam.. 2 preregistration sensor with about 1.) Figure 3-219 b.) No. COPY START If the No.--. a stationary jam (previous paper) will be identified.5 set after the right pick-up clutch has gone ON. 3 PreRegistration Jam The copy paper does not reach the No. 3 registration roller clutch has gone ON. 2 preregistration paper sensor remains ON about 0.5 set (approx. 3 preregistration sensor within about 1. 3 preregistration sensdr (Q16) paper 1. kev Right pick-up roller release solenoid (SL701) 0. 3 registration clutch has gone ON.O set after the right pick-up clutch has gone ON.0 JULY 1991 PAINlED IN JAPAN (IMPAIME AU JAPONI 3-111 .Oset after the No. Checking for Jams 1..

If the No. 1 PreReglstration Jam The copy paper does not reach the No. 1 pre-registration paper sensor remains ON about 0.) ) f0. COPY START key n 01\ I I IK’I’R I s C 1”vi J De& rnol~r (M701) No.5 set afterthe No. a stationary jam (previous paper) will be identified. 2 registration rollerclutch solenoid has gone ON. 1 preregistration paper sensor within about 0.7 sac (approx. 1 registrafion roller clutch WV 0. 2 registration rollerclutch solenoid has gone ON.c.5 set (approx.) I I Figure 3-221 3-112 . 2 registration roller clutch solenoid (S-8) No.7 set after the No. the condition will be identified as a delay jam. 1 preregistration paper sensor (05) No. No.

-. 3 pm-registration sensor (Q16) Figure 3-223 COPYRIGHT 0 I993 CANONINC.4 set (approx.9 set after the left pick-up clutch has gone ON. Left Feeder Assembly Jam The copy paper does not reach the left feeder assembly paper sensor within about 1.4 set afterthe left pick-upclutch has gone ON. COPY START key ‘Deckmolor(M701)’ I (CL702) Leftpi&-up ‘Y. L______. 3 Pre-Registration Jam The preceding copy paper does not reach the No. START key ‘? 1 L Advance pick-up4 Deck motor (M701) Left pick-up dutch (CL702) Left pickup rdler release solenoid (SL702) Left feeder assembly sensor (Q763) paper Left feeder roller clutch (CL703) paper I 0.) Figure 3-222 b. a stationary jam (previous paper) will be identified. 2. Left pi&-up dutch roller release Left feeder assembly sensor (Q763) paper 1 . a stationary jam (previous paper) will be identified. .. the condition will be identified as a stationary jam. 3 pre-registration paper sensor remains ON about 0.) No.0 JULY I931 PAINTEA IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI 3-113 . COPY If the No.O set after the left pick-up clutch has gone ON: the condition will be identlfied as a delay jam. If the left feeder assembly sensor remains ON about 0. No. CANOHHP-4050 REV.OPERATION AND TfMlNG I .o set (approx.) 1 I n. 3 preregistration papersensorwithin about 0. Left Deck a.4 set after the left pick-up clutch has gone ON. 0.9 set (approx.

6 set after the No. 3 registration roller clutch has gone ON. 2 Pre-Registration Jam The copy paper does not reach the No. No.c. 3 registration rollerclutch hasgoneON. 3-114 COPYRIGHT 0 1993CANOHINC. ’ COPY v START key ON 1 N’I’R s c P\V ‘J No. see Figure 3-221. If the No. CANON HP-4050 REV. 1 pre-registration jams. a stationary jam (previous paper) will be identified. 2 registration solenoid (SL8) roller clutch Figure 3-224 d. No. 1 Pre-Reglstratlon Jam The conditions are the same as those of No.thi condition will be identified as a delay jam.I set after the No.0 JULY 1991 PAINTEO IN JAPAN (IMPAIME AU JAPONI . 2 pre-registration paper sensor remains ON about 0. 2 preregistration paper sensorwithin about 1.

and then q.I Table 3-300 COPVAIGHT0 1993 CAHOMINC.. 2) Press the service mode switch (SW501) using a hex key.tl JULY 1991 PAlNTUl IN JAPAN [IMPAIME AU JAPONI 3-115 . Outline The machine’s service mode is divided into the following six modes: Item *I* Display DISPLAY Description control display mode l/O display mode adjustment mode function/inspection mode machine settings mode B. *4* +5* USER OPTION Figure 3-300 *6* COUNTER counter mode 3) Enter the No. Note: Making copieswhile the service m&e screen is displayed slows down the machine.. 7) Press the RESET key once again to leave the service mode. 3. press m. SERVICE MODE A. ‘--‘. *2* *3-K I/O DISPLAY ADJUST FUNCTION ~ . 6) Press the RESET key to clear the service mode screen. Using the Service Mode 1) Open the front door. and insert the door switch actuator..The machine enters the service mode and indicates ‘$’ on its display. .g. 4) Press themkey ormkey to select the desired screen. of the mode (Table 3-300) using the q key and the numeric keypad. set the copy mode. CANONHP-4050 AEV.OPERATION AND TIMING I > \> VII. . To check items under ‘I/O display mode’while making copies. e. . 5) Make checks or adjustments. * The display shows the service mode screen.

n To ensure that the service modes will be used correctly. Using the Adjustment Mode and the Settings Mode In the adjustment mode and the settings mode. Press to attach +/-la the entered data. See Figure 3-301 for an sample screen( WmH) *3X ADJUST : LKEY : TKEY :o-9 : R/EKEY : ID KEY : OK KEY PAGE NEXT PAGE BEFORE INPUT DATA DATA U/D SIGN (+/-I ENTER e- Press to select the next screen. Press to select the previous screen.__ Figure 3-302 3-116 Wtsrair 0 1993 CANONINC. Record all new settings made in the field.0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU J~PONl . it is important that the settings recorded on the label be entered. Each machine is individually adjusted at the factory. the DC controller available as a service part holds standard settings. they will be available for later use to serve the functions of VRs and switches. Press the REDUCE lo move down the setting in increments of one. Press to store the entered Figure 3-301 C. Press 0 through 9 to enter data. . the settings entered from the control panel will be stored in the RAM on the DC controller PCB. Figure 3-301 shows the label attached behind the machine’s front door. CANONHP-4050 REV. Press the EN~RGE key to mow up the setting in increments of one. the first screen of each mode indicates explanations of the mode together with available keys. and the settings are recorded on the label. data. If the DC controller PCB has been replaced or the RAM has bee cleared.

0 JULV I!331 PAINTELI IN JAPAN IIMPRIME AU JAPONl 3-117 . Control Display Mode (M m W ) Select the desired screen using theaandmkeys. CANON NP-4050 REV.D.OV 14O. 065. X 1C FTMP : AE : DISPLAY 185% 128 LMPl LMPZ : :.OV Ffgure 3-303 DISPLAY1 Item FTMP AE LMPI LMP2 Description surface temperature of the upper fixing roller (output of thermistor) Remarks 1unit: “C 0 to 255 unit: V 1density of the document (output of AE sensor) ON voltage of the scanning lamp LMPl : 1001115V models LMPP: 230V models Table 3-301 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC.

Remarks flashes* _. 2 pre-registration (Ql5) timing/stationary jam at No. Table 3-303 3-118 BODY (copier) MNIIN HP-4050 REV. flashes’ I ALRM I warning (Tables 3-308. -310. Table 3-302 . -311) EX ‘SET DOCUMENT AGAIN’ flashes* * Indicates the previous condition if the machine is reset by switching it OFF and then ON. Stapler Folder (Table 3-305) Results of self diagnosis (Tables 3-306. 4 pre-registration (Q854)/left feeder assembly (Q753) timing/stationary jam at No. for copier.0 JULY K?ll PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI COPYAIGHT 0 1933 CANON INC. .I OPERATION AND TIMING DISPLAY BODY JAM ERR ALRM : : : 0000 0000 00 / / / DF 00 00 00 / / / SORT 00 00 oooo- I sorb3tray sorter staple1 Figure 3-304 DISPLAYS Item JAM Description location of jam BODY: copier (Table 3-303) DF: RDF-Bi (Table 3-304) SORT: Sorter. 3 preregistration (Q16) delay jam at No. Stapler Sorter.-. -307. see ‘02’ and ‘03’ of Table 3-308. 3 pre-registration (Ql6) timing/stationary jam at No. Code 0000 0001 Type of jam door open during copying* delay jam at No. P.0). 4 preregistration (Q854)/left feeder assembly (Q753) delay jam at manual feed (Q4) timing/stationary jam at manual feed (Q4) paper at sensor at power-on / 0002 0004 0008 0010 0020 0040 0080 4000 8000 FFFF ’ For details. 1 pre-registration (Q5) timing/stationary jam at No. 2 preregistration (Q15) delay jam at No. -309. 1 preregistration (Q5) delay jam at delivety (Q2) timing/stationary jam at delivery (Q2) Code 0100 0200 0400 0800 1000 2000 Type of jam delay jam at lower feeder inlet (Q3) timing/stationary jam at lower feeder inlet (Q3) delay jam at lower feeder outlet (Q14) timing/stationary jam at lower feeder outlet (Q14) delay jam at No.

OPERATION AND TIMING I Code 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 09 11 12 13 20 21 22 23 24 26 Description document is pulled out at time of pick“P delay jam identified by pick-up sensor delay jam identified by registration/skew sensor leading edge skew jam identified by registration/skew sensor stationary jam identified by registration/ skew sensor double feeding identified by registration/ skew sensor trailing edge skew jam identified by registration/skew sensor leading edge bend identified by registration/skew sensor delay jam 1 identified by reversal sensor stationary jam identified by reversal sensor delay jam 2 identified by reversal sensor initial stationary jam identified by reversal sensor reversal pick-up delay jam identified by registration/skew sensor reversal leading edge skew jam identified by registration/skew sensor reversal pick-up stationary jam identified by registration/skew sensor reversal trailing edge skew jam identified by registration/skew sensor leading edge bend at time of reversal! pick-up identtfied by registration/skew sensor delay jam identified by delivery sensor stationary jam identified by delivery sensor open pick-up tray or upper cover open delivery document not detected by document sensor document detected by sensor at pick“P Code 85 86 87 88 89 Description jam unique to test mode tray guide narrower than. CANON HP-4050 REV.0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI 3-119 .delivery document width at delivery double feeding of document (double feeding detection ON) document detected at pick-up of 1st document recycle lever malfunction during document circulation (2nd or later) Table 3-304 RDF Code 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 OA 08 Description delay jam identified by folded paper sensor stationary jam identified by folded paper sensor delay jam identified by paper sensor stationary jam identified by paper sensor timing jam identified by paper sensor staple jam paper detected by sensor at power-on joint switch or cover switch OFF during copying operation stationary jam on stapler tray stapler safety mechanism ON Table 3-305 Sorter 41 42 81 82 83 a4 COPVRIfiHT CANON 0 1993 INC.

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0 JULY 1991 PAINTfO IN JAPAN [IMPAIME AU JAPONI 3-121 I .Code 01 02 1 Description 1paper fold unit power OFF overstacking Table 3-310 Alarm (sorter tray) Code 01 stapler down Description I 02 05 Istaple jam stapler overstacking I 06 07 08 1 09 OA 1stapler full stackino mixed paper size (horizontal) stapler unit absent 1 stapled paper in bin staple out Table 3-311 Alarm (sorter stapler) COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. CANON HP-4050 AN.

01 I No. . 1993 PAINTEEO IN JAPAN lIMPRIME UPON1 AU .I OPERATION AND TIMING X 1X 9206 MST1 MSSG Q221 DISPLAY : : : : Version . .I JAN. . Figure 3-305 DISPLAY3 Item Description indicates the version and the language of each ROM Remarks 0206 MST1 MSSG Q221 DF SORT LANG L version of ROM (sequence and message) software version of sequence software version of message version of ROM version of ROM (RDF) version of ROM (sorter) language Table 3-312 main CPU sub CPU 3-122 COPYAIGHT 0 1933 CANON INC. forR&D DF SORT LAflG 01 : : : . CANON NP-4050 AN. .

I JAN. up/down key). 1993 PAINTEO IN JAPAN IIMPRIME AU JAPONI 3-123 . X 1X DISPLAY : 00 : A4 KEY_CHK DE SIZE Figure 5306 DISPLAY4 Item KEY _ CHK Description indicates the key code in response to the respective key (except RESET.. CANON NP-4050 AEV. see Table 3-314. for the key codes. see Table 3-315. for document sizes. indicates the size of the last document identified by the RDF. Table 3-313 Remarks DF_SIZE COPYRIGHT 0 1593 CANON INC.

.1 JAN. Table 3-314 Key Codes 3-124 COPMIGHT 0 1993CANONINC. IS93 PRIMTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI .-\ MARGIN key ERASE key INTERRUPT key _ I I * Returns to the standard screen when the RESET key is pressed. ** Returns to the previous/next screen when up/down key is pressed.. Code OOH OlH 02H 03H 04H 05H 06H 07H 08H 09H OAH OBH OCH ODH OEH OFH 10H IIH 12H 13H 14H 15H 16H 17H 18H 19H 1AH IBH ICH 1DH IEH 1FH Name numeric keypad 0 numeric keypad 1 numeric keypad 2 numeric keypad 3 numeric keypad 4 numeric keypad 5 numeric keypad 6 numeric keypad 7 numeric keypad 8 numeric keypad 9 AE key + key OK key CLEAR/STOP key RESET key’ COPY START key DIRECT key OVERLAY MODE key TWO-SIDED MODE key TWO-PAGE SEPARATION MODE key ENLARGE key REDUCE key PAPER SELECT key GUIDE key AUTO ZOOM key UP SHIFT key” DOWN SHIFT key** DARKER key LIGHTER key ZOOM (+) key ZOOM (-) key Code 20H 21H 22H 23H 24H 25H 26H 27H 28H 29H 2AH 2BH 2CH 2DH 2EH 2FH 30H 31H 32H 33H Name Ml key (copy mode memory) M2 key (copy mode memory) M3 key (copy mode memory) STANDBY key ID key FOLD key SORT/STAPLE/GROUP key PHOTO key .. CANON NP-4050 AN.

0 JULY 1591 PAINTEO IN JAPAN lIMPRIME AU JAPDNI 3-125 .OPERATION AND TIMING - Code 85 FOOLSCAP A4 B5R 84 A4R A3 STMT LTR LGL LTRR 11 xl7 A5 85 FOOLSCAP A4 B5R 84 A4R A3 STATEMENT LElTER LEGAL LETrER-R 11 x17 A5 Document size 182 x257 330x216 210x297 257 x 182 364 x 257 297x210 420 x 297 140x216 216x279 356x216 279x216 432 x 279 148 x 210 (unit: mm) COMPUTER Computer form 381 x 279 Table 3-315 Document Sizes COPYRIGHT0 1993 CANONINC. CANONHP-4050 REV.

CANON HP-4050 REV.0 JULY 1991 PAINTEA IN JAPAN (IMPAIMf AU JAPONI . copier) AE TH SZl SZ2 sz3 CH 0 Display AE sensor output level thermistor output level document size sensor output level document size sensor output level document size sensor output level Table 3-316 Remarks 000: ov 255: 5V 1 2 3 4 3-126 C3PVRlGHT 0 KC33 CANON INC.7y 1 X DISPLAY ANALOG (BODY) AE TH CHO Figure 3-307 DISPLAY5 CH4 Microprocessor Input Level (analog signals) Item ANALOG (BODY.

0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN [IMPAIME AU JAPONI 3-127 . RDF-61 in use) reserved registration sensor output level pre-registration sensor output level document sensor output level document stop position volume RDF switch output upper cover switch output reserved Table 3-317 Remarks 000: ov 255: 5V COPVAIGHT 0 1003CANON MC: CANON NP-4050 REV.X 1 -3c DISPLAY Ftgure3-308 Microprocessor Input Level (analog signals) DISPLAY6 Display ANALOG (DF.

103: paper present 104 .*I -ic DISPLAY ANALOGCSORT) ADO 000 AD4 000 AD1 000 AD5 000 ADZ 000 AD6 000 AD3 000 ADi' 000 Figure 3-309 DISPLAY7 Microprocessor Input Levels (analog) <Stapler Sorter-Al/Sorter-Bib Item ADO Description Output of bits 3 and 4 (DIP switch. SWI) m AD2 Output of bin unit UP/DOWN switch (SWUSWS) m AD3 AD4 For factory Output of Staple sensor (PI 13) 000 .092: staple present 093 . CANON NP-4050 REV.0 JULY 1991 PRINTED IN JAPAN (IMPAIME AU JAPON) .255: paper absent 000 .255: returns to normal Table 3-318A AD7 Level of 24V power 3-128 COPYAIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC.191: power out 192 . SWl) m Remarks AD1 Output of bit 1 and 2 (DIP siwtch.255: staple absent AD5 AD6 Reserved Output of bin inside paper sensor (PTl) 000 .

OPERATION AND TIMING - . COPYRIGHT 0 1993CANON INC. 000 128 000 091 Table 3-3188 127: paper present 255: paper absent 090: sta.0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN (IMPAIME AU JAPONI 3-129 .--. 000 128 000 128 - 127: closed 255: open 127: paper present 255: paper absent AD4 Output of staple tray paper sensor (PI 3). AD5 AD6 Reserved Output of stack tray paper sensor (PI 12). mi AD3 Output of swing unit open/closed sensor (MS3). \ Microprocessor Item ADO Input Levels (analog) <AUTO Stapler Folder-Al> Description Remarks 000 128 127: 24V not detected 255: 24V detected Level of 24V power AD1 Joint sensor (MS2) and stapler cover open/closed sensor (MS5): -1 AD2 Output of lower left door open/closed sensor (MS2) and AC power supply. CANONHP-4050 REV.ple present 255: staple absent AD7 Output of staple sensor (PTl).

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Input Levels (analog) <Sorter-Al> Description Remarks 000 198 197: 24V not detected 242: 24V detected

Level of 24V power

I AD’ I
I AD2 I
( AD3
1 AD4 1 AD5 AD6 AD7

For factory For factory

I I I

1 Reserved 1 Reserved 1 ReSeNed
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Select the desired screen using them anda keys. The input/output (8 bits) of each port may be checked; each address represents the following: PA0 to PC5: main CPU port SPA to SPF: sub CPU port indicates the condition of the switches wired in a matrix (static). MT6 to MTB: CPU port on RDF controller PCB DFOto DF4: ST0 to ST7 CPU port on sorter controller PCB -X 2 -3c I/O DISPLAY

PA0

:

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

I
bit 7

1 Figure 3-310 f/O DISPLAY
bit 0

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fan paper sensor

lease solenoid 2 (SL804)

Table 3-319A

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=

drive clutch (CL703) drive

tte 2 lifter position sensor (Q13)

6 7 PC1 0 1 2

counter (CNTI. CCV) drive command counter (CNT2) drive command hopper motor (MIO) drive command heat exhaust fan (FM2) drive command heat exhaust fan (FM2) high-speed rotation command scanner cooling fan (FMI) drive command Table 3-3198

CmD CCD CNT 2D HMD FM2D FM2STB FMlD

JilO-Bi JIOI-BE Ji IO-B3 Jill-Al Jl20-2 Jl20-1 Ji 02-69

0: counter ON 1: CNT2 ON 1: Ml0 ON 1: FMPON 1: high-speed rotation 1: FM1 ON

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Address ‘Cl

bit 4 5

Signal feeder fan (FM3) drive command main motor (Ml), pre-exposure lamp (LA2) drive command scanner motor (M2) drive command scanner forward command

Notation FM3D

Jack No. J117-2

Remarks l:FM3ON

I I
6 7 ‘A2

1 @
SCMD

Ij;;;:A;
J102-Al

/ l:Mi,LA2ON
l:M2ON

1 SCFW 1J102-A2 1 Cl PD 1J109-Al

11: scanner forward 11: paper present

1 0 1 cassette

1 paper sensor (010) signal
signal

cassette 2 paper sensor (all)

cassette 3 paper sensor (Q850) signal right deck paper sensor (Q751) signal cassette 4 paper sensor (Q852) signal left deck paper sensor (Q752) signal

5 6 7

reserved. black toner supply signal (Q17) control card sensor signal (CCV) D/A converter data 0 D/A converter data 1 D/A converter data 2
reSeNf?d.

BTSP

Jill-A13

0: black toner SUPPlY

1I
‘82 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
‘C2

1 6%
DA DATA0 DA DATA1 DA DATA2

1Jill-B7
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/ 0:co;co;card

reserved.
reSeNed.

scanning lamp (LAI) ON command fixing heater (Hl) ON signal delivery motor (M7) CW/CCW switch command DP request signal lower feeder drive command CCV count command primary corona wire cleaner reverse command primary corona wire cleaner forward command Table 3-319C

LRD
HTRD

Ji 09-A4
J109-B14

1: LA1 ON
1: Hi ON

0 1 2 3 4 5

DFFW DPRQ LFON CCNTD PCLMR PCLMF

Jl lo-B8 0: ON 1 0 forward 0! 1i reverse

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Signal

1 Notation 1 Jack No.
TCLMR 1 0

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transfer/separation corona wire cleaner reverse command transfer/separation corona wire cleaner forward command key read signal 0

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TCLMF RTNO

I
Ji 04-A6 Jll2-4 JI OB-A7 J104-A5 J112-3 JI OB-A6 J104-A4 J112-6 JI OB-A5 Jl04-A3 J112-5

‘A3

0

reads input from switches on control panel

1

key read signal 1

RTNI

2

key read signal 2

RTNP

3

key read signal 3

RTN3

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4 key read signal 4 RTN4

I JIOB-A4
Jl12-8

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5 6 7 ‘03 0 1 2

1key read signal 5 1key read signal 6
key read signal 7 oscillation signal 0 oscillation signal

I I JI OB-A3 1 RTN5 1Jl12-7 1 RTN6 1J112-IO

KDGTO KDGTI

J112-11 Jl12-14

1

I oscillation sianal 2
I

I KDGTP t Jll2-13 1 KDGTB 1J112-16 1 KDGT4 1J112-15 I KDGT5 1J112-18

power supply for reading input from switches on control panel

31 oscillation signal 3
4

oscillation signal 4

5 6 7 ‘C3

I oscillation sianal 5
oscillation signal 6

1oscillation signal 7 I oscillation signal 9 I oscillation signal 10

1 KDGT77Jl04-Al I KDGTB I J104-A2 1 KDGTS 1JIOB-A2 I KDGTIO I JIOB-Al

0 I oscillation signal 8 1 2

developing bias AC drive command AC transformer drive command
I I

1: developing AC bias component ON 1: AC transformer ON CPLD J112-34 1: lamp ON

6

control panel lamp drive command Table 3-319D

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1 Remarks checking erratic error 1 0 ( reserved. CANON NP-4050 REV. 1 2 3 4 5 6 manual feed door sensor (MS4) signal lower right door sensor (MS80VMS703) sianal scanner motor PLL lock signal main motor PLL lock signal SSR error sensor signal waste toner sensor (MSI) signal I MFDC ELRC RDODE MPLK MILK SRER WTOF I J109-A8 J108-69 J102-A4 J102-A6 J103-A5 J102-A9 I 0: door closed 0: door closed 0: rotation normal 0: rotation normal 0: error alternately ‘1’ and ‘0’ when drum is full of waste toner.0 JULY 1931 PAINTEG IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU dAPW .Address PC3 PA4 1 bit 1 7 oscillation signal Sianal 1 Notation 1 JackNo. 1: CNTI open circuit control panel LED ON power supply 7 PB4 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 counter (CNTl) open circuit signal oscillation signal 0 oscillation signal 1 oscillation signal 2 oscillation signal 3 oscillation signal 4 CANTRERR Jl IO-El LDGTO LDGTl LDGT2 LDGT3 LDGT4 Ji 12-28 J112-27 J112-30 J112-29 J112-32 I oscillation signal 5 reserved. power check LED ON command 1 LDGT5 1J112-31 PLEDD J112-33 1:LEDON 1 5 1 ON signal 5 6 7 ‘A5 0 1 2 ON signal 6 ON signal 7 primary corona wire cleaner home position sensor (MS7) transfer/separation corona wire cleaner home position sensor (MS8) primary corona wire cleaner reversal sensor fMS6) Table 3-319E 1 SEG5 SEG6 SEG7 PCLHP TSCHP PCLRP 1J112-23 J112-26 J112-25 J102-B7 J117-7 J102-B5 1 0: HP 0: HP 0: reversal position 3-136 COPYRIGHT 6 1993 CANON INC.

0 JULY . CANON HP-4950 AN. 1 motor (M5) drive alternates between ‘1’ and ‘0’ while M5 rotates 4 ~ 5 6 7 SPB 0 1 2 3 4 lower feeder No..991 PAINTEO IN JAPAN lIMPRIME AU JAFUl 3-137 .ry feeder motor (M7) drive com- DFA DFB DFA DFB alternates between ‘1’ and ‘0’ while M7 rotates lens motor (M3) drive command LNA LNA alternates between ‘1’ and ‘0’ while M3 rotates SPC 0 1 lens motor (M3) power supply switch signal horizontal registration motor (M4) power supply switch signal delivery motor(M7) FWlRVswitchcommand DP request signal Table 3-319F LNSTB CRGSTB DFFW DPRQ Ji 14.I OPERATION AND TIMING I lower feeder No.A4 Jl03-A9 1:5v 0: 24V 1:5v 0: 24V 0: clockwise rotation 2 3 - COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC.. 2 motor (M6) drive command LF2A LF2B LFPA LF2B J118-1 J118-4 J118-2 J118-5 JllO-A6 Ji IO-A9 JIIO-A7 JIIO-A10 J114-A2 J114-Al alternates between ‘1’ and ‘0’ while M6 rotates dme.

RTN3 RTN4 RTN5 RTN6 J104-A3 depends on combination with SW101 on DC controller PC6 cassette 2 (machine bottom) size switch RTNO RTNI J104-A8 Ji 04-A5 when pressed. CANON HP-4050 AEY. ‘1’ 3-138 COPVAIGHT 0 1993 CdNON INC.lower feeder control signal lens home posttion sensor (Q7) signal 3 4 5 6 7 AT8 0 1 Table 3-319G inch configuration connect signal metric configuration connect signal counter non-Japanese configuration connect signal reSeNed. .0 JULV 1991 PRINTED IN JAPAN [IMPRIME AU iAPON.

‘1’. cassette 4 (cassette feeding unit bottom) size switch/paper deck pedestal size switch I RTNO RTNl RTNP RTN3 I J108-A7 J 108-A6 J108-A5 Ji 08-A4 J108-A3 I when pressed. 1 RTN4 1 J108-A3 1 l 1reserved.0 JULY 1991 PRINTEA IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JAPONI 3-139 . dTB I Table 3-319H 1 1forfactory. reserved. I I I I I l The cassette feeding unit and the paper deck pedestal are distinguished based on the following combinations: Address MT9 MTA I bit 1 Cassette feeding unit 1 Paper deck pedestal 1 4 4 1 1 0 1 COPYAIGHT0 1993CANON INC. RTN4 l 1 7 I reserved. ‘1’.Mdress AT8 bit 2 Signal cassette 2 (2nd) size switch Notation Jack No. Remarks when pressed. 1reserved. service mode input push switch (SWSOI) I I I I I AT9 1 RTN7 1 Jill-61 [ i:SW501 ON when pressed. CANON NW050 AN. reserved. cassette 3 (cassette feeding unit top) size switch/paper deck pedestal size I I 4 5 6 1 7 ATA 1 2 3 4 5 6 0 cassette feeding unit/paper deck pedestal connect signal reserved. 1rf?Sf?Ned. ‘1’ H3 4 5 1 6 7 resewed. cassette feeding unitl/paper deck pedestal connect signal reserved.

1 Signal 1 Notation 1 Jack No.I RDF-Bl bit DFO . RNON HP-4050 HEY..0 JULY 1991 PAINTEO IN JAPAN [IMPRIME AU JAPONI . DF2 . 1 ) RMD DSD BKD STPSLD DFSLD FLPSL Remarks 0 ) recycle motor (M4) drive command 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 document set indicator LED ON command 1 J6-6 J6-4 11: motor ON 0: LED ON 1reserved.._ DF3 Table 3-320A 3-140 COPYRlGHT 0 1993WON INC.a “. brake drive command stop plate solenoid (SLI) drive command paper deflector plate solenoid (SL3) drive command J6-2 J5-4 I 0: brake ON 0: solenoid ON 0: solenoid ON J4-2 L 1for microprocessor I 1mixed document size mode switch input 1 DSM I I I I J8-7 J&0 - I I 0: mode set I DFI 0 mixed document size mode indicator LED ON command DSMD 0: LED ON -.

CANON HP-4050 AEWI JULY 1591 PRINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI 3-141 .. COPYAI6HT 0 1993 CANON INC.\.--\ Table 3-3208 ./-.

CANON HP-4050 REV.Sorter-Al Table 3-321 3-142 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC.0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI d .

TO ST2 Table 3-322A COPYRIGHT 1993 CANON IHC.0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI 0 3-143 . CAHON HP-4050 AEV.OPERATION AND TIMING - ‘--\ Stapler Sorter-Al/Sorter-B1 Mdress .

reSeNed. J8-8 Remarks -.’ 1: paper present I I 6 7 3T4 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 7 1 BHP SOP SPL-SET 1J14-2 J2-2 Jl O-6 11: b&n.Stapler Sorter-Al/Sorter-El Address ST3 bit 0 1 2 3 4 5 Signal stapling position sensor signal reSeNed. manual stapling key signal non-sort paper sensor signal sort paper sensor signal bin unit home position sensor signal MNSPL NSPEXT SPEXT J8-1 J7-5 J7-2 0: switch ON 0: paper present 0: paper present Notation SPD Jack No.itnathome 0: sorter released 1 joint sensor signal reset signal stapler position set sensor signal reserved. reserved. reSeNed. reSeNed. .0 1541 JULY PAINTEDJllPAW IN (IMPRIME JAPONI AU . I 0: stapler position f_~ I I I Table 3-3228 3-144 CUPYAlCtlT 0 1593CANONINC. 1 meNed. . WlNON NW050 REV. reSeNed.

1 delivery motor clock sensor (P16) 4 5 6 No.0JULY 1991PAlNTUlIN JAPAN IIMPAIME JlPoNl AU 3-145 . 1 paper path sensor (Pl9) singnal PPID PPPD SWHP J9-A10 J9-El0 JS-A4 No.OPERATION AND TIMING - Auto Stapler Folder-Al tween ‘1’ and ‘0’ while M7 rotates . 2 paper path sensor (P18)signal s$$.‘--\ alternates be- 2 3 staple guide plate (Pll) signal home position sensor SGHP DMICLK J9-A13 J9-67 1: home position alternates between ‘1’ and ‘0’ while Ml rotates 0: paper present 0: paper present 0: swing unit at top or bottom No. unit home position sensor (Pl7) Table 3-323A COPYAIGHT 0 1933CANONINC CMONNP-4050REV.

CANON HP-4050 REV.Auto Stapler Folder-Al ctor plate solenoid (SL2) Table 3-3238 3-146 COPYRIGHT 0 I!%3 CANON INC.0 JULY IW PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI .

- ‘\ Auto Stapler Folder-Al Table 3-323C _:_ COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC.0 JULY 1991 PAINTB IN JAPAN lIMPRIME AU JAP’JNI 3-147 .I OPERATlON AND TlMlNG I . CANON NP-4050 EY.

Enter the settings using the numeric keypad. . CANON NblO!Xl AEY. thereby increasing the leading edge non-image width. Reverse the +/-using the ID key. Flgure 3-311 New setting. . the settings must be within the ranges given.43 mm.14 V. in units of 0.F. A higher setting delays the registration roller ON timing. ADJUST Screen Item LIGHT_BK Adjustment intensity at copy density 5 (both manual and AE) AE slope Range 8Oto215 Remarks A higher setting decreases the copy density.O JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPRIME AU JAPONI . A higher setting decreases the density of newspaper copies. in units of 0.2 mm. AE_SLOP 0 to 255 REGIST leading edge margin (registration roller ON timing) 0 to 255 LE_BLANK leading edge non-image width (blank exposure LED OFF timing) 1 to 255 Table 3-324A 3-148 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. Adjustment Mode (PWIRI ) Select the desired screen using the a and keys. A higher setting delays the blank exposure LED OFF timing. . X3X ADJUST q LIGHT_BK : 146 - c (152) t A press on the OK key changes it to ‘152’. in units of 0.Press the OK key to store the settings.

IQ!33 PAINTED IN IAPtN IIMPNIME RU JAPOHl 3-149 .33 mm. A higher setting (closer to 63) increases the bias (closer to -500 V). For details. A higher setting (closer to 63) increases the bias (closer to -960 V). thereby decreasing the copy density. CANON NP-4050 RN. BRAKE-S 5 scanner stop position (scanner brake ON timing) GRID-N GRID-P BIAS-N grid bias grid bias in photo mode development bias (DC component) in black copy mode transfer current transfer current for 2nd page of overfayhwo-sided copy separation current separation current for 2nd page of overlay/two-sided copy SZl_ADJ SZ2_ADJ SZ3_ADJ EK_BELT for factory. A higher setting (closer to 63) increases the current. 3-163. Table 3-3248 COPVAIGHT 0 IS93 CANON INC.OPERATION AND TIMING I Item Adjustment Range Remarks A higher setting moves the stop position to the left. for factory 1to 50 0 to 63 TRN_l TRN_2 SEP_l SEP_2 A higher setting (closer to 63) increases the current.1 JAN. IP DOC_STO document stop position (for RDF) - -7 to +7 A higher setting moves the document to the right (pick-up direction): in units of 0. thereby increasing the copy density. see p. in units of 2 ms.

3-I 57. X 4 X FUNCTION AE. 1993 PRINTLO IN JAPAN [IMPRIME AU . initializes the data in RAM on the DC controller. E004. . a second press stops the operation. (hopper motor) flashes Make sure that the drum unit has been detached first. Do not keep it ON for long. HPPR_MTR hopper motor operation/No. 1 AE_ADJ AE scan intensity LCD-CHK ERROR LED on control panel (ON) EOOO. After execution. EOOI.1 JAN. 3 registration roller clutch operation (check) control panel LED ON (check) blank exposure lamp LED all ON DISP_LED BLANK RAM_INIT RAM data initialization Table 3-325 3-150 COPYAIGHT 0 K?l3 CANON IHC. Functionhspectidn Mode (FlsF114) a keys. E020. of toner will overflow the black developing assembly.- OPERATION AND TIMING G. E003. waste toner full message clear scanning lamp ON (check) SCANLAMP if ON for 40 set or more. after execution. Check for missing dots (reverse video screen). The operation under each time must be executed in the standby state only. see p. lamp error ON circuit goes ON to cut off power. Figure 3-312 FUNCTION Screen item TONER-S Adjustment toner supply at time of installation Remarks supplies toner to developing assembly automatically. enter the settings (*3*) recorded on the label. CANON NP-4050 AEV. E002. Select the desired screen using the aand * Press the OK key to execute the operation. 7 min max. execution must be limited to after replacement of the DC controller. returns to ‘0’ automatically and stops.ADJ 0 (OK : START) Changes to ‘I’ during execution.

H. ~ -x-5* USEROPTION STD _ MODE 0 Figure 3-313 USER OPTION Screen Item STD_MODE use sets the standard mode Description allows automatic selection of modes in response to a press on the RESET key. User Option Mode ( W. 1: disable 0: enable when enabled.0 JULY 1991 PRINTED IN JAPAN (IMPAIME AU JAPONI 3-151 . and press the OK key. 0 (A): enable 1 (B): disable Table 3-326A l-SORT selects sort mechanism for 1st document BIND selects image shift A or B COPYAIGHT Q 1993 CANON INC. both cassettes must have paper of the same size. .RIW) . Remarks have the desired mode displayed. CANON NP-4050 RN. select the item. AUTO_CAS enables/disables auto cassette change mechanism when enabled. 0: disable 1: enable when enabled. Select the desired screen using the aand akeys. a binding margin may be created on the 2nd side of the page when in the ‘one-sided documents to two-sided copy’ or ‘two-sided document to one-sided copies’ mode.OPERATION AND TIMING I J “\\ I .Press the OK’key to store the settings. * Change the settings using the numeric keypad. the mechanism automatically switches cassettes when the selected cassette runs out of paper during continuous copying. sorting/grouping will be possible even when the document is a single-page document (RDF in use).

. then. 0: enable 1: disable may differ between cassette holders.). ‘I’. 1: 1 cassette st 2: 2nd cassette 3: 3rd cassette 4: 4th cassette press ‘O’. 0: 4126 1: 2614 2: APRl26 selects indications by LED between 9 levels and 17 levels. IND switches density indications (9/l 7) -. switches transfer output TRN_CHG switches the output of transfer current. use it when transfer laults occur in a high-tempera:ure/humidity environment.0 JULY IS91 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI ./ 3HP 3HP DHP DHP EDGE1 EDGE2 EDGE3 EDGE4 prohibits No. 0: enable 1: disable enables or disables the document size identiiication mechanism. the settings will be those stored at the factory. 0: normal 1: upby50pA Table 3-3268 3-152 COPYAIGHT 1993CANON 0 INC. * SHUT-OFF enables/disables auto shut-off mechanism SIZE_DET enables/disables size identification _-/ DATE-TIM enables/disables display of date/time selects mode of date display DATE_SEL DENS. 0: 9 levels 1: 17 levels disables horizontal control of the No. 0: enable 1: disable 0: enably 1: disable enables selection of any of the following: if April 26. enables or disables the auto shut-off time (2 hr.Item MODE_INT initializes standard mode Description Resets the data stored under ‘STD-MODE’ and under “USER OPTION’ (‘5’). . Defaults: DIRECT auto paper selection AE 1 copy . CANON NW050 AN. press the OK key. 1 registration at time of pickup (user option). or ‘2’. this is to ensure that the horizontal registration paper edge sensor detects OHP paper fed from the cassette. 1 registration roller control. after execution.

Japanese models only)..sthe target fixing temperatures (e. twice. once. fixing failure may accur when the machine is switched ON in the morning. Table 3-326C Position of Cassette Tabs (1: present) left us1 us2 ULI 1 right 0 0 0 ml 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 UL2 0 0 1 0 COPYRIGHT0 1993CANONINC.0 JULY 1991 PAINTLO IN JAPAN [IMPRIME AU JAPONI 3-153 .WARM-UP WEB switches cleaning belt drive solenoid (SL2) drive frequency 0: normal value 1: twice normal value The cleaning belt drive solenoid. . is driven depending on the length of paper: if 216 mm or less. if 216 mm or more. CANON NV4050 REV.Item use switches wait time (warm-up time) Description switche.g. thereby enabling the use of the auto reproduction ratio selection mechanism. to shorten the wait period. as a rule. 0: shorter wait time (160°C) 1: longer wait time (190°C) Remarks Do not use the mode. LENGTH: paper feed direction WIDTH: front/rear direction us1 us2 ULI UL2 stores size of universal cassette stores the size of the paper used in the universal cassette.

Table 3-327 3-154 COPYRlGHT 1993CANOH 0 IIIC. CANONIIP-4050 REV. . 1933 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPON) .) number of times cleaning belt drive solenoid has gone ON’ number of manual feed pick-ups number of pick-ups from cassette 1 number of pick-ups from cassette 2 number of pick-ups from cassette 3 number of pick-ups from cassette 4 number of pick-ups from lower feeder assembly (two-sided copy) number of pick-ups from lower feeder assembly (overlay copy) number of document pick-ups from RDF Description 999999 (returns to 000000 thereafter) MANUAL CST_l CST_Z CST_3 CST_4 TWO-SIDE OVERLAY DF l At the 300.A press on the CLEAR/STOP key while holding down the service mode switch (Figure 3-300) clears the respective counter reading.1 JAN. Counter Mode (IWEIB) * Select the desired screen using themandmkeys. indicates the ‘BELT SHORT’ message on the display.- OPERATION AND TIMING I.OOOth copy. WEB 123456 Flgure 3-314 COUNTER Screen Item WEB Display (max.

:. I’ .I . . ElFi8 AE slope ntensity I\E_SLOP .-“\. density 5 (manual) Intensity Scanning lamp intensity Control Circuit.If the setting is increased in the service mode. CANONNP-4050 AEV. 1993 PAINTEO IN JAPAN IIMPAIME liU JAPON) 3-155 . 9 COPY density ME) Intensity . Remarks @ Description copy I . Adjustment 1. copies of a newspaperwill be lighter. Light IntensitylAE Adjustment Table 3-328 shows those items that can be adjusted using the Item 9IziM . seep. TestChart Newspaper Document density Ymm AE scan intensity The setting determines the standard intensity for AEscans. copies of a newspaperwill be darker.’ / I .*’ 0 a 0 COPY density 5 1. ---- .OPERATlON AND TIMING I ‘----)\ J. ? 0 0 I _-/’ I . QI If the setting is decreased in the adjustment mode. the intensity during copying operation will decrease.’ M 1 56 . j Table 3-328 COPYRIGHT0 1993 CANONINC. . the scanning lamp intensity during copying operation will increase.’ . QI If the setting is decreased in the service mode. ’ I’ @ If the setting is increased in the adjustment mode. M TestChart Newspaper Document density I I’. thereby decreasing the copy density. 0 0 0 /’ . . / I’ .I JRN.IGHT_BK Adjustment Optimum exposure._. thereby increasing the copy density.3-157 AE_ADJ / .-..

key thereby increasing the copy density. the DC component of the development bias will decrease. black copy) Description Remarks @ If the setting is increased in the service mode. the DC component of the black development bias during black copying operation will increase. thereby decreasing the copy density.1 JAN. Q If the setting is decreased in the service mode. Item Adjustment Development bias (DC component.J mm 3lA. . copy density) is at the standard setting (center) before making this adjustment. CANON HP-4050AEY. Adjusting the Development Bias Table 3-329 shows those items that can be adjusted using thedevelopment bias control circuit: make sure that the setting in the user asterisk mode (m m w .1543PAINTER IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI .I OPERATION AND TIMING 2.S_N c development bias DC component I 1 5 COPY DENSITY CORRECTION Table 3-329 3-156 COPYAIGHT 0 1993CANONINC.

The machine indicates ‘AE_ADJ: 1’. then. Press the service mode switch (SW501) using the hex key. Adjusting the AE Scan intensity If the scanning lamp. _’ _” CGPYAIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC.. 3. (7) 6 5-- 2) I Test Chart Newspaper 3) Figure 3-330 -\ 4) 5) --. the machine indicates ‘AE_ADJ: 0’. press the OK key to indicate ‘0’. make adjustments as follows: Intensity I 9-Copy density 1) Open the front door. * Upon completion. 1993 PRINTED IN JAPAN [IMPAIME AU JAPONI 3-157 .andthen Hkeysinsequence. CANGG NP-4050 AN.The machine repeats AE scans and decides the intensity for AE scans automatically. Press the RESET key to leave the service mode. . The adjustment is over when the display indicates ‘6: or ‘7’.. and insert the door switch actuatorintothedoorswitch. .The machine enters the service mode and indicates ‘$’ on its display. . If ‘1’ and ‘0’ alternates. thscopydenslty’display (LEDs) on the&rho1 panel indicates the output of the AE sensor.. . Note: Duringthe adjustment. * After the WAIT period is over.1 JAN.The machine enters the function mode and indicates ‘AE_ADJ’ on its LCD display. AE sensor. Press the@m. the indication may not bet’6 or ‘7’. If the AE slope (* 3 *) has been &hanged sjnce shipment from the faotory. makechecksandgoovertheforegoing steps. and close the copyboard cover. Press the OK key. settheTest Sheet (NA2 or NS3) on the copyboard.OPERATtON AND TIMING I -\ ‘. or DC controller has been replaced.

‘1’.e. . CAlOH HP-4l5l REV. detection lever is at Q5).1 JAN. Checking the Photointerrupters The machine enables checks on its photointerrupters using its service mode in addition to conventional meter. when copy paper is Move the detection lever up and down with a finger .when detection lever is Open the delivery assembly while in standby. Q Using the Service Mode 1) Open the front door. 2) Press the service switch. 1993 PRIWIEO IN JAPtIH IIMPRIME AU JIPONI 3-159 . otherwise.[z1. ‘1’. ‘0’. 0.when lever is down.when copy paper is . and then q keys. upper guide up. Table3-330A COPVAl6iiT 0 1993 CANON INC. and insert the door switch actuator into the door switch. 3) Press theH ..OPERATION AND TlMlNG I 4. and put copy paper over Q6. and check the respective photointerrupters Open the delivery assembly while in standby. ‘0’.when lever is up. 0 V. 4) Press the up key or the down key to enter the addresses shown. 5 V. .probe of the meter to J106-4 (GND) on the DC controller. 1 preregistration Horizontal paper edge Lens home position paper (i.when copy paper is . @ Using a Meter 1) Set the meter to the IPVDC range. 2) Connect the . No. and put copy paper in the lower feeder assembly. . 3) Make checks as indicated: 1. .

otherwise. * when scanner is at document leading edge.when lever is down. ‘I’.Notation Name Q0 Scanner home position sensor (SCHP) Jlt4-85 PA1-4 Move the scanner while in standby. ‘1’. ‘0’ (5V). ‘0’. Table 3-3308 Cassette 1 paper sensor (Cl PD) Jl09-Al PA2-0 Move the detection lever up and down with a finger while in standby. . . + probe Service mode Checks (normal if as described) Notation Name + probe Service mode Checks (normal if as described) 3-160 COPYNIGHT CANON 0 1993 INC.when lever is up. when lever is down. otherwise. ‘0’. ‘I’. ‘0’. ‘I’. . .when roller is down. ‘0’ Q9 QIO Scanner document leading edge sensor (SCDP) J114-82 Move the scanner while in standby. . ‘0’. ‘I’ (OV).when lever is up. Q16 No. ‘1’. Q12 Cassette 1 lifter position sensor (Cl LTP) J109-A3 PA1 -0 Move the pick-up roller up and down with a finger while in standby.when roller is up. Q15 No. ‘1’. .when lever is down. 2 pre-registration paper sensor (PDP6) J109-A6 PAO-3 Open the upper right door while in standby. 3 pre-registration paper sensor (PDP7) Ji 09-A9 PAO-1 Open the upper right door while in standby. . + probe Service mode Checks (normal if as described) Notation Name Qll Cassette 2 paper sensor (CPPD) Jl09-A2 PA2-1 Move the detection lever up and down with a finger while in standby.when lever is down. Q13 Cassette 2 lifter position sensor (C2LTP) J109-A4 PAI-I Move the pick-up roller up and down with a finger while in standby. . .0 1991 IN IIMPNIME JAPONl AU . .when lever is up. ‘0’. .when lever is up. . Q14 Lower feeder outlet paper sensor (PDP5) Ji 09-A5 PAO-7 Move the detection lever up and down with a finger while in standby. CANON NP-4050 JULY PRINTENJAPAN AN.when roller is down. and move the detection lever up and down with a finger. when lever is down. mwhen lever is up.when scanner is at home position.when roller is up. a?d move the detection lever up and down with a finger. . . . ‘0’. ‘0’. . ‘1’. ‘I’.

when lever is down. Open the lower rrg while in standby. * when roller is down. ‘0’. Table 3-331 COPYAIGHT 0 1993 CANON MC.OPERATlON AND TIMING I I Cassette Feeding Unit Move the pick-up roller up and down with a finger . .when lever is up.0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JRPAN (IMPRIME All JAPONI 3-l 61 . . ‘0’. WIN HP-4050 REV. ‘1’. and move the detection lever up and down with a finger. ‘1’.when roller is up.

Table 3-332 3-162 COPYRlCNT 0 1993 CANON INC. . .when copy paper is .when lever is down. . ‘1’.-- Left lifter sensor (LLPDE) Service mode and down with a finger . ‘0’. and down while in * when roller is up. ‘1’. CANON HP-WA flEV.when roller is up.when roller is down.1 JAN..when roller is down. 1593 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPRIME AU JAPON) .when lever is down. ‘0’. ‘0’. ‘0’. .

Repeat steps 3) through 6) until the document stop position is correct. Press the RESET key to exit the service mode. DOC_STOP ( EmEl. the document will be picked up and sent to the copyboard glass. Adjusting the RDF Document Stop Position Go through the following steps to adjust the document stop position for the RDF. 3) Enter a setting using the numeric keypad or ENALRGElREDUCE key so that the document stop position is optimum.._ 4) Press the OK key on the control panel.33~mm Increments. check the position of the document.~--‘\ . 1) Enter the copier’s service mode.* CGPYAIGHT 1993CANON INC. Press the OK key: the document will be discharged to the document tray. 2) Place an AULTR document in the document tray.I JAN. 1593 PNlNlEO IN JAPAN [IMPRIME AU JAPONI 3-163 . and close the RDF. 0 CANON HP-4OW NN. 1 .Nota: A higher setting moves the document to the right (pick-up direction) between -7 and +7 in 0._-. c .’ -\ 5. .. Open the RDF.

lr. see Notes i. . open circuit) * DC controller PCB (faulty) Checks are made immediately before the counter goes ON and OFF: normal if ‘0’ when ON. I= r.DC controller (faulty) The output of THl does not reach 190°C within 6 min after it has reached 50°C.Thermistor (THI. A short circuit is detected in SSR during the heater OFF period at 200°C or more. SSR (faulty) . activation) * SSR (faulty) .Developing assembly toner The PLL lock signal is not received for 0.The black toner supply signal (BTSP) and the black toner out signal (BTEP) remain ‘1’ for 3 hr during copying operation (accumulative). The output of THl exceeds 223°C. open circuit) . normal of ‘1’ when OFF. 1993 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI .SSR (short circuit. c c D-8 .Thermistor (THI . SELF DIAGNOSIS The machine is equipped with a seff diagnostic mechanism that checks the condition of the madiagnosis> Code Cause chine (sensors in particular). 1’) UU IfI b-4 I .q rr. r__ . faulty) . n U 2 -1 Iii w . . CANON NP-4050 AEKI JAN. faulty) Hopper toner sensor (QW.T U d. The black toner supply signal (BTSP) remains ‘0’ and the black toner out signal (BTEP) remains ‘1’ for about 20 set during copying operation (accumulative). error) bZ r.DC controller PCB (faulty) r c ltt hl 1’) L.DC controller PCB (faulty) . if an error is identified.A short circuit is detected in SSR during the heater OFF period immediately after power-on. activation) iii r. . The output of THI drops below 40°C after wait-up. Table 3-333A 3-164 COPYAIGHT @ 1’393 CANON INC.r .Main motor (Ml .Thermoswitch (TSl .Motor driver PCB (faulty) . faulty) DC controller PCB (faulty) - 11 1. Ill U . and ii.SSR(faulty) . contact) iif & n b7 #_I LI 1-I U . displays a corresponding error code.Counter (CNTI . contact) * Heater (Hl. Description The output of THI does not reach 50°C within 90 set after the machine has been switched ON.Hopper motor (MlO. faulty) .- OPERATION AND TIMING VIII. The mechanism is initiated by the microprocessor on the DC controller PCB and. open circuit) * Thermoswitch (TSI .‘r LIr. .DC controller (faulty) . 3 * Thermistor (THI . . and ii.5 set after the main motor drive signal has been generated. see Notes i and ii. see Notes i and ii. 17 r. see Notes i. sensor (Ql7. iiK m ltt UU 7 3 .Heater (HI . I . short circuit) .l a l.

5 set after the scanner has started forward. (07. the machine may be reset by switching it OFF once and then ON. To reset the machine. Cause Description The scanner does not return to the home position within 5 set after it has started to move. faulty) Table 3-3338 Iii r. E002. ’ . . respective’errors without delay: the machine is shut OFF. COPYAIGHT 0 1993CANONINC. r- e Ii-1 9 r. Within 1 set.. When an’error has occurred.I JAN. ii.Lens home positions sensor EE’ 13 * The lens home position signal (LHP) is not generated within a specific period of time after the machine has been switched ON. see Note i. preventtheuserfrom carelessly resettingthe machinewithout realizing possible faults in the thermistor.OPERATION AND TIMING I Code eys on control panel )cked (E202). 19113PAINTED IN JAPAN lIMPRIME AU APON) 3-165 . see Note i. this. faulty) Scanner cable (faulty) Motor driver PCB (faulty) DC controller PCB (faulty) & . iii.4 set after the scanner motor drive signal has been generated. E004. and E020 are displayed upon detection of.Scanner document leading edge sensor (Q9.E002. faulty) Scanner motor (M2. . (03. or E004. ~I~. EOOO. E003. faulty) Lens motor (M3.7 QLI#J I Note: ‘i. EOOl. The lens home position signal (LHP) remains ON more than a specific period of time. does not apply to EOOO.DC controller PCB (faulty) tE7 3 :z r’ r’ * DC controller PCE (faulty) * Power-off circuit (relay drive circuit lor SW1 . 2 or more IPC communication errors have been detected.DC controller PCB (faulty) An error is found in communication between the main CPU (Q223) and the sub CPU (Q221). causing the fixing rollers to overheat and become damaged. . if -- -1.l . The scanner document leading edge signal is not generated within 0. The IPC (QlO4) cannot be initialized at power-on. E003. E202 and E204 can be checked in the service mode (Rnw).:I 3 3 The PLL lock signal is not received from the motor driver for 0. eys on control panel )cked (E204). EOOOl . however. execute ‘ERROR’ in the service mode (mm ): this consideratidn is made to. faulty) Lens cable (faulty) DC controller PCB (faufty) . CANONNP-4050 AEV. fautty) Motor driver PCB (faulty) DC controller PCB (faulty) Scanner motor (M2. * . faulty) * Motor driver PCB (faulty) * DC controller PCB (faulty) . An open circuit is detected.Scanner home position sensor .

Feeder motor (faulty) The number of belt clock pulses for 200 ms is below the specified value. and the r&sage ‘FLEDER FAULT’ will be indtcated.333C The communication error with the RDF cannot be cleared.DC controller PCB (faulty) . cop4es may stiff be AT made if the feeder is not used. 3-l 66 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC.DF controller PCB (faulty) * DF cable (faulty) Table 3.S5 does not go ON/OFF twice or nor within I sec.p: -- 3 ..5). CANON NP-4050 AN.. rD1 c-i 8 I I I * Document sensor faulty The output of the sensor is 2. Note ” _.lI- * Belt motor (faulty) E y. When the machine is swftched OFF and then ON in response to an error in the 400’9.I. b1 L 7 1 I 3 IL .<RDF> Cause Description The shaft of the pick-up motor (ml) is equipped with a flag which blocks the pick-up roller sensor (S. seff diagnosis will be executed once again.0 JULY 1991 PRINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI .3V or more in the absence of paper. The number of heft clock pulses for 200 ms is below the specified value. * Pick-up motor (faulty) ifc 1 417 -4 31 -.

.The sensor does not go ON within 1 set after it has gone OFF. Stapler Folder 4 communication error has occurred n the communication with the copier. Theclock signal from the feed motor s not received for 250 ms or more. The clock signal is not received for 500 ms or more while the feeder notor drive signal is generated.he copier. <Sorter/Stapler Sorter/Stapler Folder> Description Code Stapler Softer/Sorter 4 communication error has oc:urred in the communication with . - * The upper limit sensor (MS6) does not go ON after the motor drive signal has been generated. The home position sensor (Pl7) does not go OFF after the motor drive signal has been generated for 2560 pulses.---.. The stapling home position sensor (MS4) does not go OFF within 300 ms after the motor drive signal has been generated. . The clock signal is not received for 500 ms or more while the feeder notor drive signal is generated. .The swing unit home position sensor (P17)does not go OFF within 300 ms after the motor drive signal has been generated. The stapler guide plate home position sensor (PII) does not go OFF within 4 set after the motor drive signal has been generate. PRINTEO lIMPRIME INJAPAN AU JAPOMI 3-167 . - Table 3-333D COPYAI6HT 0 1993CANON IIC CANON REV. The sensor does not go OFF within 1000 ms after it has gone ON.1 1993 HP-4050 JAN. The stapler unti swing sensor (MS9) does not go ON within 500 ms after the motor drive signal has been generated. The sensor does not go ON within 800 ms after the reversal signals has been generated in response to a staple jam. The clock signal is not received for 500 ms or more while the motor drive signal is generated. mThe clock signal is not received for 500 ms or more while the motor drive signal is generated.

. The sensor does not go ON within 2000 ms after it has gone OFF. CANON HP-4G5G AEY. self diagnosis will be executed once again. I 3-168 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. - - The lead cam HOME position sensor does not go “ON” with 1 . The sensor does not go ON within 1 set after it has gone ON. IN IIMPRIME AU JAPONI . and the message ‘SORTERAT FAULT’will be indicated.Code 1 Stapler Sorter/Sorter Description Stapler Folder 1 * The lead cam home position sensor (PI 2) does not go OFF within 2000 ms after the motor drive signal has been generated.1 1593PAINTEDJAPAN JAN.O second after the lead cam position sensor goes “OFF” Table 3-333E - Note When the machine is switched OFF and then ?N in response to an error in the 500’s except ‘E500’. copies may still be made by detaching the sorter (sliding it to the left holding the grip. The stack tray shift width sensor (MS@ does not go OFF within 500 ms after the motor drive signal has been generated.

. External Covers @I White plate QI Magnet plate 0 Bush Figure 4-101 @ Left cover (7) Q Upper cover (3) @I Rear cover (8) @I Right cover (7) @ Front door @ Lower front cover (3) 2. Covers that can be detached by mere removal of the screws are left out of the procedure. 3) Remove the nine screws shown in Figure 4102. 2) Detach the control panel. .W REV. Left Cover 1) Slide out the cassette from the copier. 8) Detach the white plate. 4) Remove the two mounting screws. and detach the magnet plate. Detach the covers as necessary for cleaning. 4-3. 0 @ Screws (M4x8) QI Screws (M4xi 0) @I Stepped screw(M4) Figure 4-102 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC.’ -l 1. 2) Detach the copyboard.f-Y I. CANON HP-4l. 7) Remove the mounting screw. and detach the copyboard glass retainer (right). EXTERNAL A. 5) Detach the copyboard glass. and push it up to detach. Figure 4-100 Note: The number in parentheses indicates the number of mounting screws used. see p. 3) Detach the rear cover.. right). or repairing the inside of the machine. 8) Pick the bush (left. inspecting.0 JULY 1991 PRINTED IN JAPAN [IMPAIME AU JAPON) 4-l . Upper Cover 1) Detach the copyboard cover.--.

and remove the screw. @ Lower front cover Figure 4-104 6) Open the front cover and the delivery assembly. detach the right cover. detach the left cover. @ Screw Figure 4-105 4) Pull the lower front cover to the front. @ Screws Q Lower front cover Figure 4-106 4-2 COPYAIGHT 0 1593 CANON INC. 3. Right Cover 1) Slide out the cassette from the copier. . then.0 JULY 1991 PAINTEO IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI ..-. 2) Remove the six screws shown in Figure 4-106 3) Open the front door.4) Open the front door. CANON HP-4050 REV. -\ 2’ @ Screw Figure 4-103 5) Pull the lower front cover to the front. then. and remove the screw.

lift the control panel to the front to detach. CANON HP-4050 RN. 2) Open the hopper. 4) Remove the screw.--. and detach the inside left cover.. @ Screws @ Fixing assembly knob @I Door tape @I Screws Q Control panel @ Hook Figure 4-108 4) Disconnectthefourconnectors.ttPOIb 4-3 . 3) Remove the screw. B. while disengaging the hook at the center.0 JULY 1931 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPRIME AU . 2) Remove the four screws. anddetachthe control panel. 5) Remove the four screws. Detaching the Control Panel 1) Open the front door. \ 4. Detaching the Inside Left Cover 1) Open the front door and the delivery assembly. and detach the door tape from the front door. and detach the fixing assembly knob. Control Panel 1. 3) Remove the two screws. Figure 4-107 @ Connectors Figure 4-109 COPYRIGHT Q 1993 CANON INC. and detach the inside left cover.

Outline Themachine isequippedwithfourfan motorsto prevent heating by circulating the air inside the machine. 3. and disconnect the connector (J120). After attaching the sheet. Detaching the Scanner Coolina Fan (FMl) 1) Detach the rear cover. and disconnect the connector. Eachofthesefansservesthefollowingfunction: scanner cooling fan (FMl): cools the scanner. then. Figure 4-110 0 Ozone filter @ Screws 0 Connector Figure 4-112 COPYAIGHT 0 1003 CANON INC. power supply cooling fan (FM4): cools the DC power supply PCB. Replacing the Copyboard Sheet The copyboard sheet is attached to the copyboard retaining plate using adhesivetape (twosided): pick its comer and simply peel it off. 2) Remove the three screws. feeder fan (FM3): retains the copy paper on the feeder bed. press the copyboard retaining plate against the copyboard gently. 2. D. @ Screws @I Connector @I Scanner cooling fan Figure 4-111 Detaching the Heat Exhaust Fan (FM2) Unit 1) Detach the rear cover. detach the scanner cooling fan. 1593 PAINTEO IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPON) . then. 2) Remove the two screws. CANON HP-4050 REV. Fans _ 1. heat exhaust fan (FM2): discharges heat from the fixing assembly.C. Copyboard Cover Assembly 1.1 JAN. detach the heat exhaust fan unit.

0 @ Screw Q Blanking plate Figure 4-114 COPVAlGHT 0 1003CANON INC. Detaching the Ozone Filter 1) Remove the screw. see p. detach the feeder fan. then. @ Ozone filters Figure 4-115 @ Screws @I Connector Figure 4-113 5. 4-21. Detaching the Feeder Fan (FM3) 1) Detach the feeder assembly. 2) Detach the ozone filter. and disconnect the connector.-. and detach the blanking plate.0 JULY IS91 PAINTEO IN JAPAN IIMPRIME AU JAPON) 4-5 . 2) Turn over the feeder assembly. 3) Remove the three screws. CANON HP-4050 REV. 4..

so that the cable will be at ’ . DO not : detach parts Jhat are not listed in the Parts Catalog. CANONNP-4050 AN. Nate: ~nrlthecablefohlrtimesaroundpulley ~ . DRIVE SYSTEM a. II. Outline The lens drive assembly moves the zoom lens using the rotation of the lens mOtor (M3) and the lens drive cable. in the order given. Routlng the Lens Drive Cable 1) Route the lens drive wire as shown in Figure 4200..then mute thecable topulley@.thetqpof pukt?y@. special tools and with high precision. 2. Wind the cableon pulley @i ctWwiie. Disassembly and Assembly Note: The lena unit is adjusted at the factory using .1 JIIN. A. IS93 PAINlED IN JARN (IMPAIME IIL! J1PONl .I MECHANICAL SYSTEM _-. Lens unit / Lens rail Figure 4-200 4-6 COPYRI6HT0 1993CANON MC. Lens Drive Assembly 1. i.e.

and detach the lens motor. 8) Remove the two screws shown in Figure 4-202 from below the lens mount.: 0 Screws 0 Lens motor Figure 4-202 COPYRIGHT 1993CANONINC.I I Take care not to drop the screws and the lens I : motor. 3. . 9) Disconnect J53 (5-pin).4-3. @I Screws Q Document size sensor PCB cover Figure 4-201 6) Detach the lens mount cover. -- Note:. 0 CANONNP-4050 KY. Detaching the Lens Motor 1) Open the front door and the delivery assembly. 5) Remove the two screws. 4) Detach the inside left cover and the inside center cover. Lubrication Apply lubricant (CK-0451) evenly along the lens rail. 1533PAINTEJ JAPAN IN IIMPAIME JAPONI AU 4-7 .MECHANICALSYSTEM I b. 2) Detach the drum unit. 3) Remove the screw.1JAN. and detach the document size sensor PCB cover. . 7) Detach the lens drive cable. and detach the fixing assembly knob. see p.

fourtimes. and measure the tension between @ and Q of the mirror drive cable shown in Figure 4-203 using a spring gauge: make adjustments so that the reading of the spring gauge is 300 to 400 g when the cable is pulled to the front 10 mm. 1993 PAINTEO IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI . at the top of the pulley. . 5) Adjust the tension of the cable. . i. 1 mirror mount and the No. CANON HP-4950 AN.I B. 2) Turn the adjusting screw to move the pulley @ to the right. Scanner Drive Assembly 1. “-. loosen the fixing screw and turn the adjusting screw to adjust the position of the pulley @. at the bottom of the pulley. 3) Move the No.at @. 2. and Q. at 0.1 JAN. 4) Route the cable as shown in Figure 4-203. 1 mirror mount toward the home position. .e. Adjusting -screw No. Routing the Scanner Cable 1) Loosenthe twofixing screwsshown in Figure4203..at @I. Adjusting the Tension of the Mirror Drive Cable To adjust the tension of the scanner cable.frombottomtotopclockwise. in the order given. 0. Move the No. 1 mirror mount Fixing screw Flgure4-203 4-a COPYAlGHT 0 1993CANON INC. 2 mirror mount all the way to the front. 6) Adjust the position of the mirror.

if long. and reposition the No. ‘I c Sheet A B . CANON HP-4050 AEV. Lubrication Figure. Adjusting the Position of. I 1-1 I Mirror drive cable (rear) \ Figure 4-206 (top view) 4. call the copy sheet A. x=y: correct x>y: move the No. to as are ‘3 re@iriq adjjstment.--Sheet Figure 4-205 COPYAIGHT 0 1593CANON INC. 1 mirror mount.-. 1) Draw lines 1 cm from both sides of a sheet of copy paper (A4 or A3). andfeedtheoriginalsheet inthe manual mode. reduced.. 1 mirror and the No. repositionthe metalfixing of the No. it is contracted by heat 4) Put sheet A andssheet B together. 2) Place the sheet bn the copyboard. n When the original sheet has gone through the machine. ‘. ..:. the Mirrors (optical length between No. To adjusttheposition.“’ Thec&k~tends stretch copies made.3. 2 mirrors) Adjust the position of the mirror after routing the mirror drive cable. 1993 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI 4-9 . call the sheet sheet B. 4-204 Clean the scanner rail. 3) Place a blank sheet of paper on the copyboard. If the distance between the No. . Note: . 2 mirror is short. 1 mirror mount in the direction of b. and apply lubricant (CK0451)evenly along it. 1 and No. 1 mirror mount in the direction of a.:‘s. x<y: move the No.I JAN. the copy image will be enlarged. 1 mirror mount so that distances x and y (Figure 4-205) will be identical. and make a copy.

0 Screws @ Duct Flgure 4-207 4) Push sprocket A in the direction of the arrow. Remove the two screws. CANON W4U53 REV. detach the heat exhaust fan unit. and remove screw B. Main Motor Assembly Detaching the main motor assembly. and detach the pick-up chain from the sprocket of the main motor assembly. and detach the fixing assembly drive chain from the sprocket of the main motor assembly. 6) Push sprocket B into the direction of the arrow. I593 PAINTELI IN JAPAN IIMPRIME AU JAPOW) . Remove the eight screws. Remove the three screws. 0 @ Mark Q Screw B @ Sprocket B @I Drum drive chain Figure 4-209 7) Push sprocket C into the direction of the arrow.C. then. and detach the drive chain from the sprocket of the main motor assembly. and detach the feeder fan duct.1 JAN. @ Sprocket C 0 Fixingassemblydrivechain Figure 4-210 0 Sprocket A Q Pick-up chain Figure 4-208 4-10 COPVAICHT 0 1993 CANON INC. and detach the rear cover. 0 5) Mark the position of the sprocket support plate using a scriber. and disconnect the connector.

1993 PRINTEC IN JAPAN [IMPAIME AU JAPONI 4-11 .MECHANICAL SYSTEM I . CANON HP-4050. ‘\ @I Screws @ Connector (J814) Q Main motor assembly Figure 4-211 @I Lower feeder drive assembly @ Screws Flgure 4-212 COPYAIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. 8) Disconnect the connector. detach the main motor assembly. @ -. Disconnect the connectors.--. and remove the two screws. Lower Feeder Drive Assem- bly Detaching the Lower Feeder Drive Assembly Detach the rear cover. Remove the two screws. EY. and remove four screws. D. then. and detach the lower feeder drive assembly.. detach the DC controller together with its mount.1 JAN.. then.

1 Registration Roller Clutch. CANON HP-850 AN. detach the horizontal registration drive assembly. anddetach the registration drive assembly. 0 Screws Q Chain guide @ Registration drive assembly Flgure 4-215 +- 6) Disconnect J51 (6-pin). and detach the chain from the sprocket. c--.0 JGlV 1991 PRINTEO IN JAPAN IIMPNIME AU JAPGN) . Detaching the No. and remove the two Erings and screw. 1 registration roller :lutch (CLI). 1. 1 registration roller clutch Figure 4-213 3) Detach the spring.E. then. d 0 Connector (J51) Ql E-rings 0 Screw Figure 4-216 @ Spring @ Chain Figure 4-214 4-12 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. detach the No. Registration Drive Assembly. Loosen the set screw. anddetachthechainguide. 5) Remove the two screws. then. 0 Set screw Q Connector 0 No. No. 1 Registration Drive Assembly Roller 4) Removethescrew. and disconnect J30 (2Din). and Horizontal Registration Drive Assembly 1) 2) Detach the rear cover.

and detach the cable guide (black).for the RDF (2 connectors. . 4-36.---.for the primafy corona cleaning motor (1 connector.sWion A (F@u+4-2ln oftho horizontal I drive assembly intothe rearof the bushing... see p. . and detach the connector assembly for the RDF. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) Detaching the Dtym Drive Unit . see p. Wati. Detach the blank exposure lamp. 2pin) _-\ COPYnIGHT 0 lW3 CANON INC.0 JULY 1931 PRlNIfD JAPAN IN (IMPRIME JAPNNI AU 4-13 . and IO) Remove the three screws.\ Note: screwitinplacs.. 4-4. 9) Open the front door. 4-33. 2.-. see p. .1. Disconnect the two connectors (J812. and detach thecable guide (white). 2pin) 0 Screws QI Cable guide Figure 4-219 . for the scanner cooling fan (1 connector. I Figure 4-217 0 @Screws @ Cable guide Figure 4-218 11) Remove the two screws. CANONHP-4050 AN. Remove the thiee screws. Detach the drum separation claw unit.for the pre-exposure lamp (1 connector. J811) on the motor driver PCB and the following five connectors.MECHANICALSYSTEM I . Detach the DC controllertogetherwith its mount. Detach the rear cover and the right cover. Detach the heat exhaust fan (FM2) and the feeder fan duct. 6-pin) . Detach the drum unit. 4-pin) .

I MECHANICALSYSTEM 12) Detach the pick-up drive chain and the chain guide..-\ Figure 4-222 15) Remove the two PCB supports from below the motor driver PCB. 16) Remove the five screws. CANON NP-4050 AN. and detach the drum drive unit. 13) Remove the grip ring. 1993 PAINiTU IN JAPAN IlMPRlMf AU JAPONI . . 14) Remove the spring and the stepped screw.-. /‘-. @ Grip ring @ Gears @I Chain Figure 4-221 Screws @ Drum drive unit @ @I PCB support Figure 4-223 4-14 COPYAIGHT 0 I933 CANON INC. and detach the three main motor gears and the chain. and detachthetensionplateofthedrumdrfvechain.1 JAN. @ Screw @ Chain guide @ Pick-up drive chain Figure 4-220 @ Spring @I Stepped screw @ Tension plate .

/-‘. CANON HP-4050 AEY. 4-33.. and disconnect the connectors. detach the fixing drive assem- 1) Open the front door. and detach the primary corona wire cleaning motor assembly by lowering it to the front. 4-46. Detaching the Primary Corona Wire Cleaning Motor Unit G. Detach the motor driver PCB. 2) Detach the rear cover._ \ @I Screws Figure4-224 9) Remove the two screws. Primary Corona Wire Cleaning Motor 1. Detach the drum separation claw unit. then. and detach the developing 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 6) assembly.1 JAN. Fixing Drive Assembly 1. then.. see p. Detaching the Fixing Drive Assem- W 1) Detach the fixing assembly. Detach the pre-transfer corona assembly. see p. F. Detach the rear cover. Detach the pre-exposure lamp assembly. @ Screws @I Primary corona wire cleaning motor assembly Figure 4-225 COPYAIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. detach the DC controller together with its mount. 4) Detach the fixing drive chain. and disconnect the connector. Disconnecttheconnectorandremovethethree screws from the primary corona wire cleaning motor assembly. @ Screws @ Connector @ Fixing drive chain Figure4-226 @ Connector i -. Detach the drum unit. 3) Remove the two screws. 1993 PRINTEO IN JAPAN [IMPAIME AU JAPONI 4-15 . . 5) Remove the three screws.

FEEDER SYSTEM .. 1 4) Remove the two screws.50 REV.--. preventing de. Pick-Up Assembly_ (1st and . 2) Detach the right cover. A. 5) Remove the four screws. Cassette 1 lifter motor Cassette 2 lifter motor Figure4-301 Front View 4-16 COPYRIGHT0 1993 CANONINC CHIN HP-40. 6) Disconnect Ji 09 form the DC controller PCB. otherwise.--. Detaching the 1stRnd Pick-Up Assembly 1) Detach the drum unit. tachment of the cassettes and the pick-up assemblies. and detach the front lower cover. Construction Cassette 1 separation Lower feeder outlet rqller roller \ Manual feed pick-up roller / Manual feed shutter solenoid Pi&-up release roller solenoid 1 Figure 4-302 Rear View Cassette 2 separation mller Figure 4-300 Cross Section 2. 3) Slide out the 1st and 2nd cassettes.I MECHANICAL SYSTEM III. the lifters will become trapped. i Note:: Donottrytodetachthepick-upassemblieswtth the cassettes inside the machine. . 2nd) _ 1.0 JULY I!391 PRlHTfD IN JAPAN IIMPAIME 1U JRWlll . and detach the rear cover.

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7) Shift the lifter release arm into the direction of the arrow, and move the lifter down.

10) Keep the manual feed tray cover up, and slide the pick-up assembly to the front to detach.

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8) Open the front door, and remove the screw; then, detach the lower feeder outlet grip assembly.

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Detach the pick-up assembly from the machine. Lift the pick-up roller release arm, and tape it in place.

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9) Open the upper right door, and remove the four screws.

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3) Pullout the pick-up rollers in the direction of the arrow.

4. Detaching the 1st and 2nd Separation/Feeder Rollers 1) Detach the pick-up assembly from the machine. 2) Remove the screw, and detach the pick-up guide plate.

@ Pick-up rollers Figure 4-307

Thepick-uprollerhasttsownorientatkm:at~ach ,I it as shown in figure 4-308.

@ Pick-up guide plate Figure 4-309 3) Remove the three stop rings using a finger or calipers, and detach the separation roller shaft and the separation roller.

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5. Detaching the Feeder Outlet Roller
1) Detach the pick-up assembly from the machine. 2) Remove the two screws; and detach the lower feeder outlet motor, the gear, and the pin. Note: Take care not to drop the gear and the pin at the back.

Thy separation roll& has its own orientation,
i;e., diilonof rotation. Ma&i the separation roller eha&tothe gidc~paaaen’@ly 60 that the qmv4sbwn inF&m 4-311 points to the rear of th# machine.

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When &aching the spring, make sure its hook is on the inside of the pick-up assembly.

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6. Attaching the Manual Feed Shutter Assemblv
Make sire that the front end of the manual shutter sticks out from the rib face by 3 mm. Make sure that the front end of the manual shutter is below the reference face of the manual feed guide by 1 mm when the manual feed shutter solenoid is OFF.

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6) Remove the screw that holds the lower feeder
outlet guide plate (lower) in place. 7) Remove the two E-rings and the spring, and detach the lower feeder outlet rollers (upper, lower).

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@ Spring @ Lower feeder outlet roller (upper) Figure 4-315

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7. Attaching Pick-Up Drive Switch Solenoid 1 (SL6)
Make sure that the stroke (a) of ‘pick-up drive switch solenoid 1 (SL6) is 0.2 mm or less when the stop plate and the outside of the bushing are in contact with each other with section A held up; see Figure 4-318.

B. Feeder Assembly
1. Detaching the Feeder Assembly 1) Detach the rear cover. 2) Detachthe DCcontrollertogetherwithitsmount.
3) Disconnect the transfer high-voltage connector (T) and the separation high-voltage connector (S). 4) Detach the grounding cord. 5) PushthetransfeVseparation high-voltagecord, thegroundingcord, andthefeederfancord into the inside of the machine.

8. Attaching Pick-Up Roller Release Solenoid 1 (SL7)
Make sure that the stroke (b) of pick-up roller release solenoid 1 (SL7) is 0.2 mm or lesswhen the 1st pick-up roller or the 2nd pick-up roller is released; see Figure 4-318.
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7) Remove the E-ring, and pull out the bushing.

12) Tape the lower transfer guide assembly to the upper transfer guide assembly. 13) Lift the front of the feeder assembly, and slide it out to the front.

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Figure 4-321 8) Open the front door, and detach the pre-transfer corona assembly. 9) Disengage the developing assembly. 10) Detachthedrumunitandthetransfedseparation corona assembly. 11) Detach the fixing assembly paper guide.

Figure 4-323 2. Detaching the Feeder Belt 1) Detach the feeder assembly. 2) Remove the screw, and detach the transfer/ separation electrode.

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8) Remove the three screws. and pull out the duct in the direction of the arrow. and detach it from the motor gear. and detach it from the cleaner. 4) Disengage the two hooks. 7) Turn the feedscrew clockwise. 1593 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPAN1 4-23 ._\ @I Harness @ Hooks @ Duct @ Screws Q Corona assembly rail mount Figure 4-327 9) Detach the feeder hefts. CANON HP-4054 AEV. _-. Figure 4-325 5) Remove the screw. 6) Move the feedscrew to the front. and detach the bushing of the feedscrew._ COPYAIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC.3) Detach the harness of the transfer/separation cleaner home position sensor (MS5) from the guide. @ Feeder belts Figure 4-328 I @ Screw Q Bushing @I Feedscrew @I Cleaner @ Motor gear Figure 4-326 -. and detach the corona assembly rail.1 JAN.

’ bushing of the registration roller (lower). and push it into the hole. and detach the inside lower right cover. and detach the developing assembly. and detach the pre-transfer corona assembly rail. Detach the pick-up assembly. Note: Detachment of the iaft oover detaches the . 4-46. 12) Remove the connector. 2) Detach the pre-transfer corona assembly. 4-16. 9) Detach the lock lever and the registration roller knob of the developing assembly. Detach the rear cover and the right cover. Detaching the Registration Roller 1) Open the front door. 1 registration rollerdrive assembly. 6) Detach the feft cover. Detach the No. IO) Remove the screw. see p. see p.0 JULY 1931 PAINTED IN JAPAN [IMPRIME AU JRPONI . 3) 4) 6) 6) Detach the drum unit. 4-12. CANON HP-Ql50 REV.3. 7) Remove the E-ring and the spring at the rear. see p. : Lock lever Registration roller knob Screw Inside lower right cover Flgure 4-330 11) Remove the screw. @ E-ring QI Spring @ Cover Figure 4-329 ‘0 @ Screw @ Pre-transfer corona rail @ Connector @ Hole Figure 4-331 4-24 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CAMON INC.

and detach the two gears (w/ pin). > 13) Remove the two E-rings. and detach the bushing. 14) Remove the two E-rings. @ E-rings QI Gear cover Figure 4-332 @I Bushing Figure 4-334 17) Detach the uppertransfer guide assemblyfrom the bushing.---... 1993 PAINTED IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JAPONI 4-25 . and detach the gear cover. CANON HP-4050 REV. Note: .I.I Keep thegear and the pin together.MECHANICAL SYSTEM I -Y> .1 JAN. 15) Detach the spring. 16) Liftthe registration roller (upper) atthe rear._ 0 Upper transfer guide assembly Figure 4-335 0 0 E-rings Q Gears @ Spring Figure 4-333 COPYRIGHT Q 1993 CANON INC. I . .

1993 PAINTfG IN JAPAN IIMPGIMf AU JAPGNl . 19) Move the bushing to the right. 0 Connector Q Bushing @I Manual guide assembly Figure 4-336 20) Detach the felt cover at the front.‘. and move it to the front to detach. and detach the manual guide assembly. ( 21) Lift the registration roller (upper).18) Remove the connector from the manual guide assembly. the ’ bushing of the registration roller (lower). Note: Takecarenottobuttthehorizontalpaperedge: sensor (06) attached to the manual guide assembly against the paper guide plate. Note: Detachment of the felt cover detaches. @I Bushing Figure 4-338 22) Move the registration roller to the rear. and detach the bushing. . 0 Registration roller (upper) @ Registration roller (lower) Figure 4-339 @ Felt cover Figure 4-337 4-26 CGPYAIGGT 0 1993 CANON INC CANON HP-4050 AN.1 JAN.

11) Remove the three screws. 10) Detach the lower front cover. 9) Slide out the 1st and 2nd cassettes. and pull out the gear (w/ pins). 3) Detach the lower feeder drive assembly._ -. <v-T... Note: . C.) Keep the gear and the pin together. 2) Detach the DC controllertogetherwith its mount. @ E-rings Q Gears (w/pin) Figure 4-340 5) Remove the E-rings. 4) Remove the E-rings.’ @ Screws Figure 4-342 12) Remove the E-rings and detach the bushings. detach set-back rollers 1 and 2.1 JAN. Detaching Set-Back Rollers 1 and 2 1) Detach the rear cover. 7) Detach the inside left cover.. Lower Feeder Assembly 1. COPYAIGHT 1993 'C CANONINC CANONNP-4050 REV. and pull out the bushings.. 1593PAINTED JAPAN IN IIMPAIME JAPONI AU 4-27 . @I Lower feeder assembly Q E-rings @ Bushings @ Set-back roller 1 @ Set-back roller 2 Figure 4-343 @ E-rings @ Bushings Figure 4-341 6) Open the front door and the delivery assembly.MECHANICALSYSTEM I . then. and push down the lower feeder assembly into the direction of the arrow. 8) Detach the front door. .

6) Remove the E-ring.. then. Remove the E-ring. @ E-ring Q Bushing Figure 4-345 @ Collar Q E-ring 0 Bushing Figure 4-347 4-28 COPVAIGHT 0 1953 CANON INC. 7) Disconnect the connector. Connector E-ring 0 E-ring @ Gear Figure 4-344 0 0 @ Gear Figure 4-346 4) Remove the E-ring. and pull out the gear.0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN lIMPRIME AU JAPONI . CANON HP-4050 AEV. Detach the inside left cover.Detaching the Lower Feeder Inlet Roller Open the front door.-. and detach the bushing. and detach the collar and the gear (w/ pin). 9) Detach the collar and remove the E-ring. 6) Detach the DC controllertogetherwith its mount. detach the bushing. 5) Detach the rear cover. .

pull the lower feeder inlet roller assembly in the direction of the arrow to detach. and match the flat cutout of the shaft with the slit of the rear plate. D.‘/ 5) Move the lower feeder inlet roller assembly to the rear of the machine. CANON HP-4050 NB. then._ I \I ‘) - No. Construction Rear side plate Lower feeder inlet roller shaft Paper deflector plate Figure 4-348 Figure 4-350 .. Delivery Assembly 1. 2 delivery \ roller ‘1 @ Lower feeder inlet roller assembly Figure 4-349 Figure 4-351 - .MECHANICAL SYSTEM = -.--X COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC..Q JULY 1991 PRINTED IN JAPAN (IMPNIME AU JAPONI 4-29 .

and detach the upper cover. 2) Remove thefour screws. @ E-ring Figure 4-354 11) Open the delivery assembly. 3-pin) from the delivery assembly. 8) Remove the screw. CANON HP-4050 AN. and detach the grounding wire. 4-30 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. I 7) Close the delivery assembly. 1) 2) 3) Detaching the Delivery Assembly 10) Remove the E-ring. Detach the lower front cover. Detach the left cover. Detach the rear cover.~ 2. and detach the delivery cover.0 JULY 1521 PAINTEO IN JAPAN IIMPRIME AU JAPONI . and remove the door tape. 5) Remove the two screws.) 0 Upper cover Figure 4-355 @ Grounding wire @I Door tape Figure 4-353 9) Detach the inside left cover. 0 Screws (4 PCS. 4) Open the front door. and push them inside the machine. 0 Connectors Figure 4-352 3. 6) Disconnect the two connectors (6-pin. Detaching the Upper Separation Claw 1) Open the delivery assembly. and move it to the rear to detach.

.. 2) Remove the two screws. Claw 1) Open the delivery assembly. \ 3) Remove the two screws. and detach the upper separation claw. 4.MECHANICALSYSTEM I -’ .) @ Lower separation claws Figure 4-357 COPYAIGHT 63 1993 CANON INC. @I Screws (2 pm. CANON NP-4050 REV.0 JULY I!391 PRINTfD IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI 4-31 .) Q Upper separation claw Figure 4-356 Not& Attach the upper separation %lawto the screw hole on the lsfl (Figure 4-356). 0 0 Screws (2 pcs. Detaching the Lower Separation -x. and detach the lower separation claw.

and detach the upper reflecting plate. and detach if to the front while pushing it to the rear.” Figure4-402 4-32 COPYAlCHT0 1993CRNON INC. Do not leave fingerprints on the scanning lamp. EXPOSURE SYSTEM A. Exposure Assembly Note: Make sure that the power plug is’disconnected when disassembling or checking the exposure assembly. @I Screws (M4xlO) @ Upperreflecting plate Figure 4-400 3) Hold the front of the scanning lamp. Q) Scanning lamp Figure4-401 Note: 1. be sure I’ to mark the position of the plate using a scriber if it must be detached to facilitate the work: . If the scanning lamp is Wed.0 JULY 1991 PRINTEO IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI . 2) Remove the two screws. Note: The lamp may’come into contact with the from/ rear side reflector plate (Figure 4-402). Make sure that the scanning lamp is not hot before starting work. Adjusting the Position of the Side Reflecting Plate If necessary. Detaching the Scanning Lamp 1) Detach the copyboard glass. CANON HP-4050 AN. 1 mirror mount into the direction shown in Figure4-402toincreasethe intensityattheendsfor lighter image edges on the copies. dry wipe it. 2. move the side reflecting plate of the No.IV. _’ 1. 3. 2.

Remove the screw shown in Figure 4-403.B. Disconnect the connector. CANON HP-4050 REV. @ Springs Figure 4-405 5) Detach the rear cover. Pull out the pre-exposure lamp. Pre-Exposure sembly Lamp As- C. and disconnect the connector (J35). COPYRIGHT 0 1543 CANON INC. Removing the Pre-Exposure Lamp Detach the rear cover. @I Screw @ Pre-exposure lamp @ Connector @ Connector Figure 4-404 Figure 4-403 4) Remove the two springs. Blank Exposure Lamp Assembly Detaching the Blank Exposure Lamp Detach the drum unit.0 JULV 1931 PAINTLO IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JAPAN1 4-33 . Detach the right cover.

- @ Screw Q Blank exposure lamp support plate @ Blankexposure lamp Figure 4-406 Note: Attach the. . CANON HP-4050 AEW JULY 1991 PAINW IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPON] . 2. Figure 4-406 6) If the non-image width is outside the standards. right) is correct. otherwise. 4) Make a copy in the DIRECT mode. standard.0 fl . 3) Select ‘A4’. Adjusting the Position of the Blank Exposure Lamp 1) Place the Test Sheet on the copyboard. WI = 2. turntheadjustingscrewon thefront endplateto adjust the position of the blank exposure lamp assembly. a @ Pins 0 Holes Figure 4-407 @ Adjusting screw Figure 4-409 4-34 COPYRIGHT 0 1593 CANON INC. then. %2 lzv .blank exposure lamp so that the two pins each of the front and rear support plates are fitted as shown in Fture 4-407.6) Hold the blank exposure lamp.“” . and measure the non-image width shown in Figure 4-408. anddetach the blank exposure lamp support plate. 7) Pull out the blank exposure lamp to the rear. remove the screw. 6) Check the image. .O mm. 2) Check that the registration (left. make the adjustments given in the SERVICE HAND BOOK.

Drum Unit 1. Outline Primary oorona assembly Photosensitive drum ~assombl y \ 1 Figure 4-500 . CORONA ASSEMBLIES A. C4NON HP-A050 REV.-- COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC.0 JULY 1991 PAINTEM IN JAPAN lIMPRIME AU JRPONI 4-35 .V.

do not touch the drum separation claw to ‘.0 JULY 1991 PRINTEO IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JAPAN1 . Take care no to damage the photosensitive drum when detaching the toner receptacle. Note: 1. 6) Remove the screw. ii. Be sure to shiff the lock lever to engage the ‘black developing assembly after attaching . Protectthe photosensitive drum against light to prevent residual memory on its medium. The drum separation claw is disengaged automatically when the drum unit is inserted. Figure 4-501 4) Open the hopper. Figure4-503 @ Stepped screw Q Lock lever . 2) Release the feeder assembly. 7) Hold the drum unit as shown in Figure 4-503. : andpbicetonaflateurlaceandkeepitinadalk 1 place. see p. Make’sure thatthedrumseparationclaw isin contact with the drum after attaching the ‘drum unit. and detach it. and pull out the drum unit. I Note: i.. @ Pre-transfer corona assembly Q Screw @ Drum unit . and turn the lock lever clockwise. Detaching the Drum Unit 1) Open the front door.avoid injuries. Wrap the drum with light-blocking s-t (or fresh copy paperfassoonas itistakenoutof the machine.2. ‘iii. 436. 3) Remove the stepped screw. 4-36 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC CANON HP-4050 REV. 5) Pull out the pre-transfer corona assembly.thedrumunit. Note: The ma&ii’s photosensitive drum is susceplible to light: room tigMs are enough to cause changes in its photo medium. 1 ii. resulting in copies with white spots and black lines. Figure 4-502 3. Detaching the Photosensitive Drum 1) Detach the drum unit from the copier.

Note: Tonerwillfalloutwh@etachingth~screwpipe. ii.. 0 Screw @ Toner receptacle Figure 4-504 Screwpipe @I Drum support shaft Drum inside support shaft Figure 4-506 Move the photosensitive drum to the front. iii. 1993 PRINlED IN JAPAN IIMPRIME AU JAPONI 4-37 .1 MN.439. Remove the three screws.. and detach it from the rear. see p. and detach the drum inside support shaft and the drum support shaft. Note:’ i. @ Photosensitive drum @I Protrusion Figure 4-507 .-. . and move the receptacle into the direction of the arrow to detach.. Take care so that the photosensitive drum will not hil against the protrusion.Tape the opening to-prevent to&r from coming out of the photosens@lvedrum. Detach the primary corona assembly.. and detach the front cover of the drum unit.MECHANICAL SYSTEM I . remove the two screws each (M4). (. (‘.. medetachmentcausesthedrurrhll@k. @ Screws @I Front cover Flgure 4-505 Pull out the screwpipe on the drum support shaft side.--: COPVAIGNT 0 1993CANON INC. the rear to come off toaether. 2) Remove the mounting screw (M3x6) from the toner receptacle. CANONHP-4050 AEV.

Detaching the Drum Cleaning Unit from the Drum Unit 1) Detach the photosensitive drum. Points to Keep in Mind When Replacing the Drum Unit Record the date of replacement and the counter readings on the label (Figure 4-510) after replacing the drum unit. one of the screws is used to hold the grounding wire in place. CAWON HP-4050 AEY.I JAN. Take care not to spill the waste toner. lint-free or otherwise. fix the unit in place while pushing it in the direction of the arrow using screws. 2) Remove the four screws.‘- @ Grounding wire 0 Screws Q Drum cleaning unit @ Cartridge frame Q Bosses @ Drum cleaning unit @I Hole Figure 4-509 Flgure4-508 Note: 6. . 5. Points to Note When Attaching the Drum Cleaning Unit Fit the bosses at the front and the rear of the cartridge frame with the holes in the drum cleaning unit. see p. i. . do not use paper. attach the label on the front cover of the neti drum. ii. Do not remove screws other than those mentioned. . and detach the drum cleaning unit. 4-36. do not use drum cleaning powder. Takecare not to damage the cleaning blade and the claning roller. wipe it using a flannel cloth coated with toner.4.*-j 7. Cleaning If the surface of the photosensitive drum is soiled. I Figure 4-510 ‘- 4-36 COPIRI6HT 0 1993CANON INC. 1993 PAINID IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPDNI . iii.Donotdry wipe the surface or use solvent. Note:.

Detaching the Primary Corona Assembly 1) Lii the primary corona assembly. Disassembly and Assembly a. Note:. @ Primary corona assembly Figure 4-511 COPYAlGHT 0 ION3CANON INC. a gold-plated corona wire may be substituted in the field. pre-transfer. Waste Toner a. Copies may still be made.the’DISPOSE OF TONER’ message appears on the display. wifl start to drop into the feeder’assembly about 206 copies later.1 JAN. Corona Assembly 1.--~. Replacethedrumunff assoonaspossible when the message appears. Outline The photosensitive drum is surrounded by three corona assemblies: primary. 1993 PAINTED IN JAPAN [IMPRIME AU IAPONI 4-39 .1 mm in diameter. 8. B. and transfer/separation corona assemblies. I L : 2. Outline The waste toner collected by the cleaning assembly is stored in the photosensitive drum. ” !. however. When thedrumbecomesfullofwastetoner. The corona wires are gold-plated. and slide it out. although the grid wire is not gold-plated. The primary corona assembly is equipped with a grid of wire (16 runs).06 mm in diameter.after the message is displayed: waste toner. other corona wires are 0. Replace the drum unit when the message appears. CANON HP-4050 AEV. The grid wire is a corona wire 0.

1993 PAINTED IN JAPAN lIMPRIME AU JAPONl . and Transfer/Separation Corona Assemblies 1) Slide the wire cleaner over the block of the corona assembly as shown in Figure 4-513. 3) Remove the screw.1 JAN. _ @ Screw Q Transfer/Separation corona assembly cover Flgure 4-512 <Transfer/Separation Corona Assembly> 4) Slide out the transfer/separation corona assembly. turn the hex key three to four times.4 REV. and detach the shield plate. For the separation corona assembly. wind the wire around a hex key once. and then twist the wire. and form a loop about 2 mm in diameter. and open the shield plate. 2) Release the feeder assembly. -. Note: When forming a loop. C. Move the two covers of the corona assembly to the end of the assembly to detach. detach the paper guide. and detach ti. remove the screw. and detach the transfer/ separation corona assembly cover. <Primary Corona Assembly> ‘_-. 4) bree about 4 mm of corona wire from its reel (0. Pre-Transfer. remove the screw. Detaching the Transfer/Separation Corona Assembly 1) Open the front door.b.). Routing the Corona Wire for the Primary. then. 4-40 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC CANON HP-4F. Figure 4-513 For the primary corona assembly.06-mm dia. then.

. ff necessary. and twist the spring three to four times as shown in Figure 4-514. Figure 4-515 Note: .whenattachingIhewirecleaner.’ COPIRlGHT 6 IS93 CANON INC. l l l n Primary Corona Wire .__. apply silicone grease (CK-0439) along the groove.) Pre-Transfer Corona Assembly Pre-transfer corona Figure 4-514 7) Cut the excess corona wire to 1 mm or less using a cutter. The corona wire @routed through the Vgroove of the height adjusting ‘roll. 6) Hook the loop of. Hook the corona wire tensioning spring on the corona wire. ‘ . \ bm’m4 11 mm Transfer/Separation Corona Assembly (appmx.1 JAN.~ 5) Cut the end (excess) of the twisted end to 1mm or less using a cutter.i. . CANONNP-4050 AN. the corona wire as shown in Figure 4-514..The corona wire is’in the pad of the wire cleaner. The gut wire 6f the trarisfedseparation orona assembfy is rout&d throughihe groove. Siliconegrease is applied along the c-groove of the height-adjusting roll of Ihe tranafedseparation corona assembly to prevent vibration of the coronawire.e. Note: Check thefollowing: The arrdn8 *ire C free of bn~$ks and twists. 1993 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPRIME AU JAPAN) 4-41 . taking care tt will not seep out the groove..: .) (front) n Transfer/Separation Corona Assembly /@ (fml) +I+ W 8 mm (appmx.. * The corona wire is fres of slack. .--. and hook it on the corona electrode. and route it along the V-groove of the height adjusting roll. and #e @M_Platfqt has ml peefed. 8) Pick the end of the corona wire tensioning spring using tweezers.

and its gold-plating has not peeled.“Note: When forming a loop.The runsof the wire are at even intervals. i.The grid wire is free of breaks and twists.1-mmdia. CANON HP-4050 ELI JAN. Cut the end (excess) to 1 mm or less using a nipper. wind the wira around a I. Make sure of the following: . 6) 6) its reel. Routing the Grid Wire for the Primary Corona Assembly 1) Loosen the three mounting screws that hold the block (front) in place. Cut the end (excess) of the wire to 1 mm or less using a cutter..windtheendofthewireonthefixingscrew to fix it in place. and route the wire in the order given in the figure. fum tha hex key four to five times. hax key once: then.e. then. 1993 PAINTED IN JAPAN (IMPRIMf AU JAPONI . /- @ Mounting screws Flgure 4-517 Firing screw / Stud Figure 4-516 4-42 COPYNIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. and form a loop at its end 2 mm in diameter. the wire is in the groove of the block. Loosen the screw tightened temporarily in step I).) from Transfer/separation corona assembly \ wire deaner 3) 4) 5) 6) Flgure 4-516 7) d. adjust the tension of the grid.. move the block (front) in the directionof the arrow (Figure 4-517). 2) Free a length of coronawire (0. Hook the loop on the stud shown in Figure 4516. _J-. . Dry wipe the grid wire. Check that the wire has been strung 16 runs. and move the block into the opposite directionof the arrow (Figure4-517)... andfix it in place temporarily. and than twiai the wire. then.

:::. ~. adjusting Figure 4-519 COPYRIGHT 0 1943 CANON INC.7 mm. and measurements taken at the factory for each machine are recorded on the label attached to the drum unit. CANON HP-4050 AN..-. 3.4-519 are standards. Use the values recorded on the label when making the above adjustments. 1533 PAINTEM IN JAPAN lIMPRIME AU JAPONI 4-43 . Adjusting the Height of the Corona Wire Corona assembly Standard Tolerance Value on label I ‘rimary The height (position) of the primary and transfer corona wires can be adjusted by turning the screw found behind the respective corona assembly.-..-. Pretransfer (no height mechanism) adjusting Value on label Transfer Separation Value on label JG ($1 (noheight mechanism) . a full turn of the screw moves the corona wire by about 0.1 JAN.. The values shown in Figure. .

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I JAN. . Exercise caution when handling the separation claws: they are extemly sharp.-. and detach the separation claw assembly. Note:. non-continuous). CANON HP-4050 AEV. \ 3) Remove the screw. and detach the separation claw shaft stopper. be careful not to damage the separation claw after lt has been detached. Construction The separation claw moves back and forth over a length of 16 mm along the shaft of the photosensitive drum. Take care not to bring the tip of the separation claw into contactwith the belt. 2) Detach the drum unit. tt makes a single round trip for about each 75 copies (A4. 1993 PAINTED IN JAWsI IIMPAIME AU JIIPONl 4-45 . Detaching the Separation Claw 1) Open the front door. 4) Push the bushing to the rear. P -II @ Separation claw shaft stop Q Screw Figure 4-522 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. Separalion \’ claw Figure 4-521 2.‘\ C. Separation Claw Assembly 1.

UPMl .I MECHANICAL SYSTEM VI. Figure 4-600 Note: Detaching the Black Developing Assembly Open the front door. Construction Blade \ Dewloping cylinder Stirring plate ! @ Inside cover 0 Screw @ Black developing assembly Figure 4-602 . Black Developing Assembly 1. DEVELOPING TEM SYS- 4) Disconnect the connector (J26.‘- 5) Slide out the black developing assembly slowly tothefront. 4-46 COPYAIGHT0 1993 CANONINC. then. turn the lock lever clockwise to release the developing assembly.otheMise. hold thedevelopingassemblyonits bottom to detach the developing assembly. tonermay Hart to cake.I JAN. CANONNP-4050 %&‘. 1993 PAINW IN JAPAN lIMPRIME AU . 3-pin) found behind the inside cover and the screw from the black developing assembly. Donot hold the developing assembly as if to hold the developing cylinderfrom its both ends. :. Remove the stepped screw. @ Stepped screw @ Lock lever Figure 4-601 3) Shift the feeder assembly release lever. - A.

@I Non-magnetic screws @ Non-magnetic screws @ Developing cover @ Blade Figure 4-606 Figure 4-604 4) Pour out the toner on waste paper (newspaper). and detach the developing cover.0 JULY 1991 PRINTED IN JAPNN IIMPNIME AU JAPONI 4-47 . CANONHP-4U5U AN. @ Electrode plate (front) @ Self-tapping screw @I Grip Q Magneticfixingplate Figure 4-605 7) Remove the two non-magnetic screws. 5) Remove the screw. 2) Remove the self-tapping screw. and detach the magnetic fixing plate.MECHANICAL SYSTEM I . and disengage the grip. COPYRIGHT0 INN3 CANONINC. 6) Remove the self-tapping screw. and detach the electrode plate at the front.--. and detach the blade together with its mount. Detaching the Blade and the Developing Cylinder 1) Detach the developing assembly from the machine. Figure4-603 3) Remove the tko non-magnetic screws. 3.

1 JAN. and detach the developing roll and the ball bearing. 0 Grip ring Q Gear A Ffgure 4-608 @ GearB @ Developing roll Figure 4-610 cuPvAlGH1 IGM CMOHINC. Note: Take care not to drop the pin. 0 CANONWlN50 REY. and detach the gear unit. and detach the washer and the bearing. and detach gear A. 11) Remove the non-magnetic screw.I MECHANICAL SYSTEM 6) Remove the grip ring at the front. @ Grip ring Q Developing roll @I Ball bearing @I Grip ring 0 Bearing 0 Gear unit Figure 4-607 9) Remove the grip ring at the rear. 1833 PRINTED IN JAPNH IIMPAIME AU JAPON) . Figure 4-609 12) DetachgearB(w/pin)andthedevelopingroll. 16) Remove the grip ring.

Cylinder Flgure 4-613 Note: i. Attach the mount togetherwith the blade to the container using two non-magnetic screws. 4) 2) Attach the ball bearing together with the electrode plate at tlie rear. 1993 PAINTED IN JllPAM (IMPRIME AU JAPONI 4-49 . Do not use the screw at the time to fix the electrode plate in place. Rotate the electrode plate into the‘direction of the arrow in advance IOfacilitate insartion of the blade mount in step 4). Do not leave finger prints or oil on the surface of thedevelopingcylinder. 3) Attach the front ball bearing. Attaching the Developing and the Blade 1) Attach the developing cylinder.1 JAN. dry wipe it using lint-free paper. i . The developing cylinder has its ows orientation. see Figure 4-614. Note: i. ii. see Figure 4612. ii. CANONHP-4050 AE’l. Figure 4-612 Note: Make sure that the ball bearing’(rear) is co:rectly positioned in the developing cylinder. keep the longer shaft to the rear. and detach the electrode plate (rear) togetherwiththe ball bearing. see Figure 4-613.MECHANICAL SYSTEM I I 13) Remove the self-tapping screw. 4. if necessary.’ COPYRIGHT0 1933 CANONIWC. a’ @ Ball bearing @I Electrode plate (rear) 0 @ Screw I Bal$ Developing 1 cylinder Flgure 4-611 14) Detach the developing cylinder.

see D. 1593 PAINTEA IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI . and fix it in place using a grip ring. and checktomakesurethattherollrotatessmoothly. Make sure that the blade mount iS in firm contact with the electrode plate. and slide the grip all the way up to the groove of the shaft of the developing cylinder. Figure 4-614 5) Turn the electrode plate at the rear in the direction of the arrow.1 JAN. 6) Attach the developing roll. do not detach it from its n~unt.besuretocheckthegapfromthe developing cylinder. Developing cylinder . ii. the pin.Note: The blade is attached wtth high precision. 7) Attach the gear unit togetherwith the bearing using a non-magnetic screw.-. CANON HP-405D AN. and gear B at the rear. 11) Attach the polarity plate at the front.3 mm between the roll and the grip ring with the ball bearing (Figure 4613 butted against the developing cylinder. Note: Keep a gap of about 0. Make sure that the blade electrode has not ridden over the blade mount. Note: i. and fix it in place using a self-tapping screw. 13) Push the polarity plate into the direction of A until line D on the plate faces notch C on the container. 12) Push the polarity plate lightly in the direction of A.. Flgure 4-616 Flgure 4-615 4-50 COPK4GHT Q 1543 CANON INC. see Figure 4-610. and fix it in place using a grip ring. 9) Attach gear A. 6) Fit two washers. and then release it. 4-51. 10) Attach the developing roll at the front. After attaching the blade to the developing assembly.

perform operations staving with step 6) of the adjustment procedure. If the reference face of the gap gauge be. pj k]F]). remove of mount it together with the support plate. I screw Gap gauges (FY9. therefore. Figure 4-616C COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. dry wipe it using lint-free paper. ‘7 If possible. If the gap gauge is damaged or broken replace.) ii: Mounting of the developing blade must be ‘performed. 0 Do not leave fingerprints or oil on the surface of the d&eloping cylindefi. (At this time.) Note: . . .) i I /--\ 1) Temporarily secure the developing blade to the support plate using screws. Instead.MECHANICALSYSTEM I 14) Attach the polarity plate at the front using a screw.’ . iii. do not touch the gauge with your fingers. andusethetwoscrewstosecurethedeveloping blade to the developing assembly together with the support plate. 15) Put toner into the black developing assembly as for installation (TONER-S. the boss of the support plate must be in the hole of the developing blade. Iv.3006) Figure 4-6168 3) While lightly pressing on the developing blade.I JAN. be careful not to strike the developing blade against the developing cylinder. i. 1933 PRINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPOHI 4-51 . contactwiththeshaftofthedevef0pingcylinder. 5. Figure 4-616A 2) As shown in Figure 4-6168. replace the developing cylinder as a whole. the . if nec&ssary. Developing blade Mount/Adjustment Procedure Note. If the copies are ‘still aff&ted after through cleaning. Since the developing cylinder is easily damaged. At this time. the developing cylinder may become damaged when the gap gauges are pulled out.developing blade ‘may also baqome.comes stained with oils from your hand. pay extra attentiin when inserting or withdrawing the gap gauge. v. CANON HP-405Il AEV. avoid removing the’developing blade as a single part. after cleaning the developing blade and developing cylinder. fix it with two screws as shown in Figure 4616C. (Note that if the developing blade is pressed heavily. pinch the OK side of the gap gauges between’the developing blade and developing cylinder (3 locations)._-\. it with a new one. 16) Attach the developing cover using two nonmagnetic screws and the grip using a selftapping screw. (When mounting the blade together with the ‘support plate.stained during adjustment.s . Note: Make sure that the polarity plate is in firm .

5) Secure the remaining two screws and gently pullthegapgaugesout. Figure 4-616D 6) Check that the OK side of the gap gauge can be insertedsmoothlyandalsothattheNG sidecan not be inserted at the three locations where the gap gauges were pinched. and remove one of the fixing screw. - @ Screw Q Connectors Figure 4-616 Gap gauge Flgure 4-616E 4-51 a COPYRIGMT 1993cMoll NC. and disconnect the two connectors.0 Ml. 0 CMcdl lwcm RfV. Check that the hopper is closed. loosen the screw at that location to readjust. Hopper 1.lAPMII II . 7) If the OK side of the gap gauge gets caught or the NG side allows free passage. Detaching the Hopper Open the front door.4) Turn the eccentric boss shown in Figure 4616D until thedeveloping bladeslightlytouches the gap gauge.repeatstep 3) and thereafter if the gauge is extracted with difficulty. Eccentric boss B. Gap gauge @ Screw Flgure 4-617 5) Open the hopper. Turn the lock lever clockwise to release the black developing assembly. 6) Remove the screw. 6) Repeat steps 6) and 7) until the gap between the developing blade and the developing cylinder reaches an optimum gap. and secure it with the center screw.v. Detach the pre-transfer corona assembly and the drum unit. 1993PrllMTfO JAPMIUMPRI%RU .Atthistime.

:“. CANON HP-4050 AN.. . H?ok . 8) Remove the two screws. _3 4-52 CtlPWiHT 0 IN93 CANON INC. ‘t bottom. Hinge . Engage here.7) Lift the hopper (hinge). and swing it inside. 620. I. Figure 4-621 2.. and detach the hopper.-. @ Hopper @ Screws Figure 4-619 >( ((I Note: Do not turn the rotary shutter shown in FiqIre 4. Points to Note When Attaching the - Hopper Engage the hook on the hinge (Figure 4-622) on the frontend plate.s 3. hold:the hopper by hand.s.-(Viewed from bottom) Figure 4-622 Figure 4-620 Note: If the hopper is heah with toner.0 JULY INN1 PAINTEN IN JAPAN IIMPNIME AU JAP’INI . remove teh screws from the .

- ‘.. @ Latch @ Cover Figure 4-624 Joint plate Figure 4-623 . I ‘--\..\ * Besuretoengagethe hookofthe hingeassembly on the hook of the front end plate as shown in Figure 4-623. \.. 3.0 JULY 1991 PRINTEN IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPOHI 4-53 . --. CANON Wlll50 AN. Opening the Hopper Cover Press the latch to open the cover as shown in Figure 4-624. COPTAIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC.

co upper roller @ Screw @ Door tape Figure 4-703 Leek \ arm . thereby increasing the roller pressure. detach the delivery cover. then. CANON NP-4050 AN.0 JULY I931 PAlNTUl IN JAW (IMPRIME AU #PONl . Detaching the Fixing Assembly 1) Open the front door. 2) Open the delivery assembly. A clockwise turn of the pressure adjusting bolt causes the lower roller to move in the direction of the arrow. Fixing Assembly Fixingheater /- The position of the lock arm shown in Figure 4701 can be changed by turning the pressure adjusting bolt found at the front and the rear of the fixing assembly. Figure 4-700 Cross Section (fixing assembly) @ Screw Q Stepped screw @I Delivery cover 1. Engagement 3) Flgure 4-702 Remove the screw. and remove the two screws. 2.Figure 4-701 4-54 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 ClNOH INC. and remove the door tape of the delivery assembly.I MECHANICALSYSTEM VII. FIXING SYSTEM A.

J84. Remove the two screws. and detach the connector cover. 2-pin). Fixing assembly knob @ Connector cover Figure 4-704 Disconnect the three connectors (J60. 4) Pulloutthetwofastonsfromthe thermalswitch. Upper Roller. and detach the cleaning assembly. 6) Remove the screw. 3-pin.991 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI 4-55 . @ Connectors Q Screws @I Fixing assembly @ Harness retainers Figure 4-705 @ Fastons Figure 4-707 COPVRlGHT 0 1943 CANON INC. and Lower Roller 1) Detach the fixing assembly. 2-pin. 3.. and slide out the fixing assembly. 1 screw each. 2) Remove the two screws. @ Screws @ Cleaning assembly Figure 4-706 3) Detach the four harness retainers.-- I 4) Remove the screw and the washer. then. CANON HP-4050 RE’J.O JULY . Detaching the Heater. J2. detach the fixing assembly knob.

and detach the bearing together with the insulating bushing.3 CANON INC. and detach the harness guide. Note: Make sure that the connector. and detach the gear at the rear. and detach the heater fixing plate. Figure 4-708 7) Remove the screw. remove the screw from bearing retainer (2 pcs.. 11) Remove the C-ring. . CANGN Np-4050 GN. @ Gear @ Thermistor Q Thermoswitch @ Paper guide Q Roller shaft gear @ E-ring @I Electrode plate @ C-ring Figure 4-709 Figure 4-711 4-56 COPYRIGHT 0 199. Note: The fnaulating bushing is fragile.I JAN. 1993 PRlWTEG IN JAPAN IIMPGIME AU JAPONI .5) Remove the screw. 9) Remove the C-ring.‘. then.). and detach the electrode plate and the roller shaft gear. handle ft with care: ‘- . 1 grip ring. 6) Remove the two screws. when attaching the heater: . 1 E-ring. pull out the heater. and detach the thermistor and the thenoswitch.. 6) Move the paper guide in the direction of the arrow to detach. then. is at the front ‘1 : (.+ @ Harness guide 0 Heater fixing plate @ Screws @ C-ring @I Bearing retainer @ Insulating bushing @ Bearing Figure 4-710 10) Remove the E-ring.

if the qntactisnot even. The position of the thermistor a$ th6 thermoswftch need not be adjusted. and pull out the upper roller while forcing S against the lower roller. 14) Lift the lower roller from the busiiing. and detach it. the Thermistor and the 6..I JAN. Attaching the Heater .checktomakesure. 1993 PAINltD IN JAPAN lIMPRIME AU JAPW 4-57 . .--. 0 @ E-ring Q Collars @ Gear Figure 4-713 . Roller shaft gear Insulating bushing Insulating bushing @ Bushing Q Insulating bushing @ Upper roller VW (front) Figure 4-714 Flgure 4-712 13) Remove the E-ring from the lower roller. Attaching the Upper Roller Attach the upper roller so that the cut is at the rear. -\ COPrAiCHT CHIM 0 1993 IHC. and remove the two collars and the gear (w/ pin). Attaching Thermoswitch Makesurethatthesensorfacesofthethermistor and the thermoswitch are in even contact with the surface of the upper roller. Note: .Attach it so that the connector is at the rear. CANON HP-150 ilEV.. 5.Take care not to touch the surface of the heater.thattheleaf spring is not deformed.__ \ 12) Detach the bushing and the insulating bushing at the gear. 4.

8 mm as shown in Fire 4-716.\ Table 4-700 l I \ \ Take measurements when the upper and lower rollers are sufficiently heated.z---. 3) Tumthefixingassemblyknobclockwiseslightly.adjusted. otherwise. . the guide may be attached by reversing the steps for detachment. adjust it using the bolt. detach the upper and lower fixing rollers.. 8. open the front door and the delivery assembly.-- Check if the nip width is within the standards shown in Table4-700. . see Figure 4-715. wait about 15 min alter . then. make ZOcopies. I \ I’ + \ \ . then. I \ /I 4 .’ Figure 4-716 4-58 COPYAIGNT 0 1933 CANON INC. Note: Figure 4-715 Note: aandcrepresentpoints : Do not detach the paper guide mount.~~ . and hold it for 15 set. the I mount determines the position of the paper *guide. the position of the paper guide need not be adjusted. Measuring and Adjusting the Nip Width a.andmovetbepaperguidemountSothat 5: the distance from the lower stay is about 40. CANON HP-4050 AEV. If’ the position of the paper guide must be lOmrnfron%both~des. 2) SwitchthemachineOFFassoonasthe leading edge of the copy paper comes out to the copy tray. IS33 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPRIME AU JAPONI . then take measurements. Measurement If the rollers are cold.I JAN. and make a solid black copy (A3). wait-up. Adjustment (adjusting the pressure adjusting bolt) b. Positioning the Paper Guide The paper guide can be detached by pulling itto the front. turn the fixing assembly knob farther to remove the copy paper.7. As a rule. 4) Measure the width of the paperwhere the toner is shiny. 1) Lift the copyboard cover.

2) Remove the two mounting screws.) before use. IS93 PRINTED IN JAPAN IlMPAlAlt AU JAPON) 4-59 . Note: a.1 JAN.. a. . 6 cc): make sure the felt is soaked evenly. and a red band is printed 2.5 m from its end.engagement of gears of fixing assembly knob (front) B.engagement of gears (rear) . of mode upon eachreplacement of the clean@g belt. Impregnation 1) Impregnate the felt of the lower fixing roller cleaner with silicone oil (S-200. Lubrication Apply heat-resisting grease (CK-0427) over the following on a periodical basis: .‘the oil will seep into the fixing roller. and detach the cleaning assembly: see Figure 4-706. othe&ise. Cleaning Assembly (fixing assembly) 1. FYO-8202or KF9-0400) 2.9. . 2) Leave the cleaner more than 24 hours at 25°C (approx.Lowerfixing rollercleaner (with new felt attached) . causing faulty fixing and. impregnate it with oil to ensure good fixing. Outline The cleaning assembly is located at the top of the fixing assembly and serves to clean the upper roller by keeping a silicone-impregnated belt in contact with the upper roller. : @ Bushings Figure 4-717 COPYAIGHT Q 1893 CANON INC. staining the cof%is. 10. .anddetachthe two bushings from the cleaning assembly. CANON NP-4050 AEV. 3) Removethescrews(1 pc.in some bases. Impregnating the Lower Fixing Roller Cleaner with Silicone Oil If the felt used for the lower fixing roller cleaner must be replaced in the field. detach the cleaning belt.each). The belt is 15 m in length. Before Work Make sure the following are available: Note: Reset ‘WEB% thecounter mode the service. Disassembly and Assembly b.Silicone oil (S-200. ! Do notusethe cleaner immediately after im- pregnation. then. Detaching CleaningBelt the 1) Detach the fixing assembly.

all constructed as a single entity. CANON HP-4050 AN.+0.0 JULY 1591 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPRIME AU JllPONl . take-up shaft. c. Attaching the Cleaning Belt The service part forthe cleaning belt consists of the feed shaft. Attach the cleaning belt by reversing the steps used for detaching it with the following in mind. Figure 4-718 4-60 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CdNON INC. check that the section of the belt in contact with the roller is impregnated with oil. Posftlon of the Cleanlng Belt Drive Solenold (SL2) Attach the solenoid so that the section shown in Figure4-718isO3.Wind the bell around the take-up shaft two to three times. and belt. .1 mmwhentheleverismoved in the direction of A.b. at the time.

r --. The conductive bag must be transparent on one side. ELECTRICAL A.\ VIII. When Detaching the DC Controller . keep the following in mind. and the DC controller put in it so that the face of the controller shows through the bag. DC Controller The DC controller is equipped with a built-in battery (BATlOi). After replacement. enter all settings in the service mode and the user mode all over again.Detach it together with the shield plate. When Replacing the DC Controller . 1.1 INN3PRINWIIN JAPAN JAN. - COPYNIGHT 1543 0 CANONINC. keepit attachedtotheshieldplateand protect it in a conductive bag. 2.When sending the DC controller for repair or . IIMPAIME JAPNNI AN 4-61 .-\ relocation.MECHANICALSYSTEM - . CANONNP-4050 NtV. as shorting both terminals of the battery can cause overheating.

1 JAN. 5) Remove the two screws. CASSETTE FEEDING UNIT A. otherwise.IX. and detach the connector mount. Detaching the Copier from the Cassette Feeding Unit 1) Disconnect the copier’s power plug. push the connectors inside the machine. 4) Disconnect the connector of the cassette pedestal from the copier. Note: Do nottrytoslideoutthepick-upassemblywtth the cassette inside. B. preventing the detachment of both the pi&-up assembly and the cassette. Figure 4-902 \ @I Screws 0 Connector mount Figure 4-904 4-62 COPYAMIT 0 1663CANON INC. Detaching the 3rd14th Pick-Up Assembly 1) Slide out the 3rd and 4th cassettes from the cassette pedestal.-. 0 Lifter release arms Figure 4-903 . the lifter becomes hooked. and detach it from the cassette feeding unit. 2) Push the lifter release arm into the direction of the’arrow to lower the lifter. CANON NP-4050 AEY. 2) Disconnect the cassette pedestal’s connector from the copier. 3rd/4th Pick-Up Assembly 1. IS93 PAINlED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI . ‘- 0 Rear cover Q Connector Figure 4-901 3) Lift the copier using its four handles.

and detach the blanking plate.. 0 CANON HP-4050 AN.” 4.. “Feeder System. see III. detach the 3rd/4th pick-up assembly.. Detaching the 3rd and 4th Pick-Up Rollers . and remove the four screws.MECHANICAL SYSTEM I ..) Figure 4-906 COPYAIGHT 1993CANON INC.‘i -.Go through the steps given for the detachment of the 1stand 2nd separation/feeder rollers. then.” . 6) Open the lower right door. Detaching the 3rd and 4th Separation/Feeder Rollers . “Feeder System. @ Screw Q Blanking plate Figure 4-905 7) Disconnect the connector. @ Connector @ Screws (4 PCS. 3. see III. Go through the steps given for the detachment of the 1st and the 2nd rollers of the copier’s pick-up assembly.0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPNIME AU JAPNNI 4-63 ~ .

0 Stop plate @ Screw Figure 4-1000 0 Front upper stay Q Gear cover 3) Detach the deck unit from the paper deck. and detach the front upper stay and the gear cover. Detaching the Deck (left/right) deck 1) Remove the five screws. 2) Remove the four screws. and detach the damper. and detach the deck stop plate. Note: Be sum to mark the position of the front stay bafare datachlng ft./-. 0 Damper Flgure 4-1002 4-64 COPYAIGHT 0 1993CANON IN. CANON NP-4050 AEV. and detach the rear B. 3) Remove the five screws. Figure 4-1001 4) Remove the screw. 1993 PAINW IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI . Detaching the Lifter Cable (left/right deck) 1) Detach the deck unit from the paper deck. and detach the front cover. . 2) cover of the paper deck.X.I JAN. Remove the screw. PAPER DECK PEDESTAL A.

7) Remove the metal stop from the cable relay mount. thendetachthepulleycoveranddetach the cable from the pulley. and pulley cover. Note: Use the eame’stepsto detach the rear cabfe. @ Metal stop @ Pulley cover @I Cable To cable Figure 4-1003 8) Remove the cable mounting screw from the lifter assembly. pin. When routing the cable. 6) Detach the cable end from the pulley. and detach the gear. 0 CANONHP-4050 REV.-. ji 5) Remove the E-ring. make sure that the lifter is level over the front and the ‘rear by adjusting the ten&on of the cable u&g the cabJe take-up pulley: : I Figure 4-1004 Routing the Lifter Cable COPYAIGHT INN3CANONINC.MECHANICALSYSTEM E _.0 JULY 1991 PNINTEO JAPAN IN [IMPRIME JAPONI AU 4-65 .

detach the deck controller PCB. 2) Detach the left deck from the paper deck. 3) Detach the left feeder assembly.0 JULY 1991 PRINlEEO IN JAPAN llMPAlME AU JAPONI . @ Left feeder assembly Q Left feeder assembly stop screw @ Front right cover QI Rear right cover @I Right door belt stop screw @ Right door hinges Figure 4-1005 4) Slide out the left feeder assembly to the front.C. then. remove the belt stop screw. and detach the two right door hinges. D. Detaching the Left Feeder Assembly 1) Detach the right deck. and remove the two screws: then. 0 CANON HP-4050 AN. @ Deck controller PCB Figure 4-1007 4-66 OIPYAIGHT 1993CANON INC. 4) Detach the front right cover and the rear right cover. 2) Detach the left deck. and detach it from the paper deck. 3) Remove the two screws that hold the left feeder assembly in place. Figure 4-1006 5) Disconnect the seven connectors. Detaching the Right PickUp Unit 1) Detach the right deck from the paper deck.

1933 PRINTED IN JAPAN [IMPRIME AU JAPONI 4-67 .1 JAN. @ Right pick-up unit Figure 4-1011 0 Front support plate Q Screw Figure 4-1009 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. and detach the right pickup stop plate. 9) Remove the support plate. and slide out the right pick-up unit. and detach the front support plate. d @ Right pick-up unit @ Screws Q Right pick-up stop plate @ Support plate Figure 4-1010 . ‘/ @ Rear suppcti plate Q Left feeder shaft support plate @ Screws Figure 4-1008 7) Remove the screw. CANON HP-4050 AE’J. and detach the rear support plate and the left feeder shaft support plate. 10) Remove the four unit fixing screws./- 6) Remove the three screws.-. 8) Remove the screw.

Detaching the Right Separation Roller l) Open the right door. F. 4) Detachtheleftseparationrollertogetherwith& shaft. Detaching the Left Separation Roller 1) Detach the right pick-up unit. 2) Detach the shaft retainer spring. 4-68 COPYAIGHT NO3 CANON 0 INC.E. @ Shaft retainer spring Flgure 4-1014 3) Remove the two E-rings. @ E-ring @ Separation roller Flgure 4-1013 0 E-ring Q Separation roller Flgure 4-1015 4) Detach the right separation rollertogetherwith its shaft. CANONNP-da~o RN. 0 Shaft retainer spring Figure 4-1012 3) Remove the two E-rings.O JULY 1991 PRINTED JAPAN IN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI . 2) Detach the shaft retainer spring.

/-. 2) Detach the pick-up roller from the collar.-‘. Thepick-uprollerhasitsownorientation. 2) Remove the E-ring.attach it so that the mark on the roller is toward the front.MECHANIChL SYSTEM I . 0 @ E-ring 0 Right feeder roller Pick-up roller Figure 4-1018 Figure 4-1016 Note:. G. CANON HP-4050 NEV. <Thefeeder roller has its own orientation j attach ft as shown in Figure 4-lOt7. s-.0 JULY 1541 PRINTED IN JAPAN (IMPAIME A” JAPNN) 4-69 . Detaching the Right PickUp Roller 1) Detach the right deck from the paper deck.. 3) Slide out the right feeder roller to the front. H. Detaching the Right Feeder Roller 1) Detach the right deck from the paper deck. I (front) 0 Pick-up roller @ Mark Figure 4-1019 Figure 4-1017 COPYRIGHT 0 INN3 CANON INC..

/-. ~ 2) Disconnect J707 and J706 from the deck controller. ._-. Detaching the Left Pick-Up Unit 1) Detach the rear cover. @ Left pick-up unit fixing screws Q Left pick-up unit Figure 4-1021 4-70 COPVAlGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. @I Left pick-up unit Figure 4-1022 . 4) Remove the four screws. 6) Slide out the left pick-up unit. 0 J707 0 J706 Figure 4-1020. 3) Remove the two screws. and detach the left feeder shaft support plate.. and detach the left cover. 6) Removethethreeleftpick-upunitfixingscrews. CANON HP-4050 ilN.1.O JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPNIME AU JAPONI . and detach the left deck from the paper deck. see Figure 4-1006.

Ll JULY 1991 PRIWED IN JllPAH (IMPRIME AU JAPONI 4-71 . CtlNON NP-4050 AN. Detaching the Left Feeder Roller 1) 2) Detach the left deck from the paper deck. K. @ E-ring @I Left feeder roller Figure 4-1023 0 Pick-up roller Figure 4-1025 . attach ti as shown in Ftture 4-1024 . 2) Detach the pick-up roller from the collar.J.. Remove the E-ring. The pick-up roller has its own orientation. 3) Slide out the left feeder roller to the front. Detaching the Left Pick-Up Roller 1) Detach the left deck from the paper deck. Note: Tfte’feeder roller has its own orfentatfon. s @I Pick-up roller Ffgure 4-1024 Figure 4-1026 Q Mark COPYRIGHT 0 1993CNNON INC. attach it so that the mark on the roller is toward the front.

and refrigerators.ozdne generated by the eying machine is not likely to harm the healhof those aroimd it. humidifiers. Make sure that the machine’s feet are in contact with the surface of the floor or the cassette feeding unit. The cdori however. -. CANON NWIGG RN.7m min. CHOOSING THE SITE It is important to keep the following in mind.INSTALLATION I . and provide space for access.I.--\ a2 10 cmmin. visit the user in advance. water boilers. Make sure that the site is kept between 15” and 30°C and its humidity is between 5% and 80%. _: 2. 1993 PAINTEG IN JAPAN IIMPGIME IIU YPON) d 5-l . if possible. may prove to be . . Avoid open fires or areas subject to dust or ammonium gas.‘-\ I. avoid water faucets. “.3m min.1 JAN. Flgure 5-2 Wlth Sorter . Figure 5-l COPYAIGHT 0 1993 CllNGN INC. u?pl?~sant to some individuals. * Exposure to direct sunlight can disrupt the auto paperselection andautoreproductionselecfion mechanisms. Nqte: The level of. Check to make sure that the wall outlet is dedicated only to the copier. avoid direct sunlight* and install curtains if necessary. Keep the machine at least 10 cm away from any wall. 2. Make sure that the room is well ventilated.

OPERATOR’S MANUAL * Document tray b Screw (for documen! -r====== ----- tray) Fixing roller spacers 4 3pen the front door and the delivery door. place the copier on the pedestal. droplets of water can form on its surface. and copiers suffering from condensation may fail to produceimages. This phenomenon is called condensation.II. 5 Close the front door and the delivery door. Make sure that the following are available: mDrum unit mCopy tray . -. A. Unpacking Step 1 2 work Open the shipping box. Pull out the four handles from the machine.1 1993 IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI . see the CASSETTE PEDESTAL INSTALLATION PROCEDURE. Ifcondensationisexpected. which comes with the pedestal. leave the machinealonewithoutunpackingforone hourormore and start the work after it has become fully used to the room conditions. and take out the parts and materials. PRINTED REV. If the cassette pedestal is to be attached. COPYRI6HT CANON 0 1993 INC. CRNON NP-4050 JAN. For installation of the cassette pedestal. 3 Open the cardboard box. and detach the two fixing roller spacers. and lift off the machine from the skid. UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION When a piece of metal is brought in from a cold place to a warm room.

1993 PRINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI 53 . (Do not set the cassette as yet./‘-.I JAN. Put away the screws. they will not be used for the installa- COPYAIGHT INC. 0 1993 CANON CANON HP-4050 AN.. keep it next to the .I INSTALLATION I detach the fixing member from the cassette lifter plate.

CANON HP-4050 AEWI JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN [IMPRIME AU JAPONI .B. detach the dummy Keep the screw. it will be used for installation of the drum 54 COPYAlGtll 0 1993 CNNON INC. then. Installing the Drum Unit and remove the mounting screw and the tape that holds the separation claw in place.

Attach the inside cover. 9 Attach the black developing assembly to the copier.I INSTALLATION I ~ Step 7 Wok 3pen the hopper. COPYRIGHT 0 1993CANONINC. :hen. fit the stepped screw back into its original position to fix the lock lever in place. insert the drum unit into the machine. and engage the black developing assembly by turning thf lock lever counterclockwise. CANONHP-4050 RN. fix the drum unit in place Jsing the screw removed in step 2. The drum separation claw will be released automatically . connect the connector. After installing the drum unit. when the drum unit is inserted. then. then.0 JULY 1991 PRINTED IN JlRN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI 5-5 . and fix it in place using a mountinf1 screw. a Record necessary infomratiooI on the label. ed 10 Remove the stepped screw. Checks/Remarks . do not touch the separation claw. make sure that the drum separation claw is in contact with the drum. and attach it on the front cover of the drum unit.

Close the hopper.1 JAN. The machine operates for about 7 min (max. 6-6 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. select ‘TONERS’ service mode ( mmp/ ). . its drive mechanism may become damaged. then press the OK key to supply the developing assembly with toner. Make sure that the developing assembly is engaged properly before supplying the assembly with toner in step 7.Auto Clear Time . Insert the door switch actuate into the door switch. See E. E020 is indicated if toner is supplied during warm-up. 1993 PRINTIO IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI .C.Press other keys lo make sure that other keys also operate correctly.Weekly Timer . . steps 8 through 11 may be performed during this period. Put black toner into the hopper after the WAIT indication goes OFF.” IO Put paper into the cassette. and slide the cassette into the machine. Be sure to close the hopper: otherwise. the drive system of the hopper may be damaged.) to supply the developing assembly with toner. . Note: Do not switch the machine OFF or remove the door switch actuator while the machine is operating. Starting the Machine. Time/Date 7 Press the service mode switch (SW501). and attach the feeder assembly. and press the power switch to the ‘ON’ position. Set the cassette to the desired size by re-arranging the guide plate and tabs. “Changing the Cassette Size. and attach the size label. Set the asterisk modes and ‘USER OPTION’ settings in the the service mode (MB 3 ) to suit the needs of the user. Connect the power plug into the power outlet. and Setting the User Mode Step 1 work Attach the pre-transfer corona assembly. Note: Do not supply the developing assembly with toner without engaging the assembly: otherwise. Checks/Remarks - 2 3 4 -j.Press the keys on the numeric keypad and the CLEAR key and check that the copy count is correct. CANON NP-4050 AN.

Step 11 work Fix the document tray. and then tighten the screws fully. and tighten the screws temporarily: position the document tray. Checks/Remarks 12 Attach the copy tray. 1993 PRINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI . CANON HP-4050 AE’LI JAN. COPYRIGHT 0 1993CANOH INC.

0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN lIMPlIME AU JAPONJ . CANON HP-4050 AEV. . 2 Make copies in the manual mode. then. Iflake sure that the copying operation is normal for different (:opy - Checks/Remarks counts. check the copy image. Checking the Images and Operations Step 1 work Set the Test Sheet on the copyboard. 7 5-8 CQPYAIGHT 0 IQ93 CANON INC. - 5 6 Clean up the site. and close the front door. M.(:heck copy images for each fixed reproduction ratio. and make a copy. .ake sure that the machine is more or less level. Fill out the Service Sheet. - * Iflake sure that the copying operation is normal.D.Itiake sure that no abnormal noise is heard. 3 4 Check to make sure that all covers are free of deformation and damage. Move the machine to the installation site. . Remove the door switch actuator.

Changing the Cassette Size Change the cassette size to suit the user’s needs.j. E.0 JULY 1591 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI 5-9 . 3) Move the guide plate inside the cassette to suit the paper size. 5) Replace the size label on the cassette. B5-R 84 A4-R A3 u-s1 u-S. then. fix the guide temporarily. . 0 0 Cl 0 0 0 0 0 Tab LTR STMT LGL LTR-R 11x17 0 Figure 5-3 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC.. 6) Set the cassette. 4 Relocate the tabs at the rear of the cassette as shown in the diagram. CANON NP-4050 REV.--.2 U-L1 0 q 0 0 0 0 0 0 q ‘0 tI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 tab present.. and fix the guide plate in place. 4) Allow a gap of I to 2 mm between the paper and the guide plate. 1) Slide out the cassette.

if the copier needs to be lifted.e.. detach the copier from the cassette pedestal before doing so. and tape the copyboard cover in place. Tape the front door and the delivery assembly cover in place. Checks Put the drum unit tion.) 510 COPYAIGNI 0 1993CANON INC. C.. I Step 1 work Detach the drum unit. and lower feeder assembly release lever to protect against vibration. RELOCTING THE MACHINE . feeder assembly release lever. (See CHAPTER 4. Manual feed guide firingscrew 3 4 Attach the dummy drum..NgN HP-4050AN. Place a single sheet of A3 copy paper on the copyboard glass. in its box for protec- Remarks 2 Screw the manual feed guide in place.0 JULY 1991 PAINTED JAWAN IN (IMPAIME AU JAPONI .I INSTALLATION III. Tape the corona assemblies.-- Go through the steps below before relocating the machine by truck or other means of transportation. i. 5 6 Note: If the truck is not equipped with a lifter.

7) Detach the protection sheet from the transparent sheet. 8) Place the transparent sheetoverthe hole of the display. 9) Detach the protection sheet from the display of Control Card V. Detach the blanking plate from the control card slit. 1593 PAINlEO IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPDNI !5-11 .HlNG CONTROL CARD V Open the front door. see p.INSTALLATION I IV. AlTAC. Slide in and out a card into Control Card V. 0 Transparent sheet Figure 5-6 @ Transparent MEMO sheet @ Blanking plate Flgure 5-4 5) Remove the screw from the blanking cover. 4-3. Detach the control panel assembly. 6) Turn over the control panel. @ Screw Flgure 5-5 @I Mounting screws 0 Control card Figure 5-7 COPYRIGHT0 1983CANONINC. Detach the transparent MOM0 sheet.I JAN. fix Control Card V at a point where the card may be slid in and out smoothly. 10) Fix Control Card V to the control panel using four mounting screws. CANON HP-4050 AEV. and detach the blanking plate. and detach the inside left cover.

@ Connector for printer Figure S-6 11) Fix the grounding wire of Control Card V to the metal fixing using the screw (M3xlO) that comes with the unit. 15) Attach the transparent sheet removed in step 4). 5-12 CWRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC.0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPRIME AU JAPAN1 . 19) Attach the inside right cover. @ Metal fixing Q Grounding wire Figure 6-9 @ 4P connector QI Shorting connector Figure 5-11 18) Switch the copier ON. and check the operation of Control Card V. @ Operation guide Flgure Cl0 14) Attach the control panel to the copier. 16) Disconnect the shorting connector shown in Figure 5-11. 17) Connect the 4P connector cf Control Card V and the 4P connector of the copier.. 12) Detach the protection sheet from the operation guide of Control Card V. CANON NP-4050 REV. Check that the connector for the printer is centered over the hole. 13) Attach the operation guide of Control Card V to the copier’s control panel.

1 Q’ty 1.cd. pre-transfer. \ COPYRIOHT 0 1993CANON INC.1 JAN.Es. /-.000 or 1 yr. 1993 PAINTED IN JAPAN lIMPRIME AU JAPON) 6-l . The values above are estimates only and subject to change based on field data. Parts name 1 Parts No. transfer.~.000 210. 1993 No. 1oov 1 Corona wire (primary. separation) w 115/23OV to prevent leakage to block. replace them as shown even if they do not show signs of wear or damage.000 210. CANON HP-4050 REV.I. or 1 yr. PERIODICALLY REPLACED PARTS Some parts of the machine must be replaced on a periodically basis to maintain the machine’s original performance. Arrange the replacement so that it coincides with a scheduled visit as of JAN. FBI -5681-000 FBI -6044-000 FA530 1O-000 1 1 1 210. or 2 Pre-transfer corona assembly 3 4 5 Ozone fifter (heat exhaust fan) Ozone fifter (feeder fan) Filter (scanner cooling fan) 1yr.

replace them as necessary. 1993 PAINTEG IN JAPAN IlMPGlME AG JAtW .I MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING II.1 JAN.IAN . DURABLE PARTS Some pads of the machine may become worn or damaged over the machine’s warranty period. A.lNOti INC. Copier RI: of . CANON HP-4050 REV.__ _ 199: __ 3 I Developing cylinder (black devel- Upper roller (fixing assembly) 6-2 KOPYGIGHT 0 1993 C.

1993 PRINTEO IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI 6-3 . ’ 2 3 The values above are estimates only and subject to change based on field data. C. Cassette Feeding Unit I No. CTty Estimated life (copies) 120.000 120.‘- -.000 120._ 3 Pick-up roller Feeder roller Separation roller FA5-2854-020 FL9-0015-000 FL9-001 O-000 4 2 2 The values above are estimates only and subject to change based on field data. Paper Deck Pedestal as of JAN. I Parts name Parts No.000 as of JAN.1 JAN. Pans name Parts No.000 Remarks 1 2 _-. o’ty Estimated life (copies) 120.000 The values above are estimates only and subject to change based on field data B.000 120. 1993 No.MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING I . 199 Remarks 1 Pick-up roller Feeder roller Separation roller FA5-2854-020 FA5-2933-000 FA5-2867-000 4 2 2 .\ -7 make sure the oil I 24 Lower feed roller (rower) FBI -5975-030 1 510.-. MNON HP-4050 REV.. COPYRIGHT 0 IS93 CANONINC.000 120.

(TKN-0464) 9 Use alcohol. blurring. 1993 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JRPONI . margin on left/right f.Omm (DIRECT) 4 Clean the pre-transfer corona assembly. two-sided. soiling (back) g. counter operation Remarks 1 2 3 standards: 2. density of image b. abnormal noise h. Clean the separation/feeder assembly. 64 COPYRIGHT 0 1993 CANON INC. overlay Checks Check the general condition. Check the following: a. replacement parts ff replacement is expected.I MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING III.separation claw (upper. clarity of characters d. Attach the drum unit after cleaning. Make test copies: DIRECT.feeder belt . lower) . Dry wipe the assembly. Clean the copyboard cover and the copyboard glass. ii. 5 6 Detach the drum unit. transfer.cleaning belt (check) a Perform periodical servicing according to the number of copies made. use alcohol solution. Check the faulty copies. ENLARGE.5 f 1.1 JAN. JO.5 mm (DIRECT) standards: 2.paper guide . . dirt on background c. margin along leading edge e. 10 11 Make sample copies. fixing. CANON HP-4050 AN. page separation.separation claw . Record the counter reading. REDUCE. PERIODICAL SERVICING NC&: ASa rule. 7 . Make test copies.0 f 1. then. Use cleaning oil. Clean the fixing/delivery assembly. duplexing unit feeder guide.000 c0pioBB. Wok Meet the person in charge. do NOT clean the primary. Check the Sewice Work Sheet More eachvisiktake i. and separation corona assembly. go aver the Steps every 300. Clean the transfer guide.

and report to the person in charge. Record the counter reading. and clean up the area. Fill out the Service Sheet. 12 Wok Put the sample copies in order. CAWtlH HP-4050 REV.No. Checks Remarks 13 14 CtlPYAlGHT Q 1923 CANON INC.0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME 1U JAPON) 5-5 .

1593 PAINTED IN JAPAN (IMPRIME AU JAPON) . use alcohol solution. pretransfer. Corona wire (primary. oil (TKN-0464) Papter guide 6-6 COPYRIGHT0 1993 CANONINC.I MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING IV. Do NOT “se water. then. transfer. Use cleaning Use soIvl?nt. separation) Yxing assembly Upper/Lower Separation roller claw A A A l Do NOT clean the corona wires. CANONNP4ll50 REV. PERIODICAL SERVICING CHART Note: Do not use sotvents and oils other than those &mtfkt. -j A: Clean 0: Replace x: Oil 0: Adjust @: Inspect Dry wipe it using lint-free paper.1 JAN.

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9 CP. clsB cooling cooling exposure motor ” [mpl fan lamp fan corona wtrdar 5 I cleaner home positron switch Y-7 . 1 paper sensor ws4 /+a Cassette 1 stze sensor 4 Cassette 2 paper sensor Cassette 1 lrfter posibon senscr stze sensor No 2 regrsbabon Cassette 2 ltfter pcsitton sensor Lower feeder outlet ei4 paper sensor pre-regrstratton papet sensor v Jlz Cassette 1 Irfter motor AC transformer Y : .. 1 Prepaper edge registrabon JlO2 J117 DC Controller PCB JlOS Manual feed door swatch Cassette .-.~v. Scanner p& ’ s....r.fa ‘. I’S ~ 5 wer feeder No k lifter motor 7 No 3 preregtstration paper sensor Manual feed paper xnscr cdc pedestal .2 fTransferi separation cleaner home position switch Transfer/ Transfer/ separation separabon corona cleaner czzer Peed reversal switch Lower Hoizonta registration No.- J453 J452 J451 J454- Fuse PCB Main motor Scanner motor Ml/M2 motor driver PCB ~~eoe DC power supp y PCB 2 (DFkorter) Pnmary ??:a corona Power &RnPr wtre ‘--“_’ SUDDIV pre_ cleaner re.

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1349 q INEW -- and is printed on the document size detection PCB. N I L A-25a COPVRIEHT 1093WIM INC.O JAN.F. 8 CANON Np-4050 REV. DOCUMENT SIZE SENSOR CIRCUIT. 1933 PAINm IN JAPAN IIMPRIME AU JAPON) . DIAGRAM Note: The circuit diagram shown represents FHI-1348.

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P. B: A group of five service technicians should share one.“T m IWR CAN”” INC. 1 2 Spring scale (compression) CK-0054 0 . CANON NP-4050 AEV. TKN-0093 Shape Code’ A Application/Remarks 0. Tool name Door switch actuator Tool No. co&e* A: Each service technician should carry one with him.APPENDIX I -.Measuring strength of cassette springs . in addition to the standard tools set. SPECIAL PURPOSE TOOLS Special tools which are required for servicing this copier.Adjusting scanner drive cable tension 3 Extension blades for pliers CK-0426 B Removing grip rings: 4-9mm 4 Cleaning oil TKN-0464 Cleaning fixing rollers (10 pcs. C: Each workshop should keep one.1 JAN./l carton) 5 Damping material CK-0439 ls3 ) \ \ . A FOrcorona wire (POOgAube 6 Gap gauges FY9-3006 0 (l-z-q-) For adjusting the gap between the developing blade and the developing cylinder. are listed below.\ . P”PYIIP. 1993 PRINTEO IN JAPAN lIMPRIME AU JAPON) A-37 .

Tool No. Use in a well-ventilated area. Lubricating oil (low viscosity) Locally Equivalent oil may be used.). 2 SHELL Tonna oil T68 IS0 VG 220 oil Lubrication ESSO Febis K220 point: one-way clutch fn pick-up MOBIL Vactraoil No. glass. MEK Cleaning: copyboard. or corona wires.) 4.. A-38 COPYRIGHT 0 1003CANON INC.0 JULY 1991 PAINTED IN JAPAN IIMPAIME AU JAPONI . CHOH Flammable. etc. Avoid contact with eyes or skin. e. Removing toner or oil stains CH. CANON HP-4050 AN. ESSD Febis K68 MOBIL Vactaoil No. C. Heat-resistant grease Lubricating the drive mechanisms. Use in a well-ventilated area and avoid breathing concentrated vapor. Lubricating oil (low viscosity) Locally Equivalent oil may be used. mixture ratio. TABLE Use Chemical formula.: CK-0451 (100~~) 5. Locally (CHZ. fixing ass’y. Do not use on cleaning drum. 4 control unit Cleaning: covers Mild detergent solution and panels of the machine CANON Tool No.CGC. Avoid breathing concentrated vapor. SOLVENTS/OILS VO. copyboard driving gear.H. Tool No. 3. Detergent Locally Dish-washing detergent is acceptable.: CK-0427 (50091 ‘can) (equivalent grease may be used if able to withstand 200°C for extended periods of time. etc. IS0 VG 68 oil Lubricating: scanner rail.Q. mirror. fixing drive gear. Ethyl alcohol (Ethanol) Isopropyl alcohol (Isopropanol) 2. plastic molded parts. etc. Methylethyl ketone Locally Flammble.G Source Remarks Item 1. etc.H.: CK-0524 (1OOcc) 6.g.