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Inner Finisher-B1
Inner Finisher Additional Tray-B1
Service Manual
Produt Outline
Technology
Periodic Servicing
Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure
Adjustment
Installation(Inner Finisher-B1)
Installation(Addtional Tray-B1)

Appendix


Application
This manual has been issued by Canon Inc. for qualified persons to learn technical theory,

The following paragraph does not apply to any countries where such provisions are

installation, maintenance, and repair of products. This manual covers all localities where the

inconsistent with local law.

products are sold. For this reason, there may be information in this manual that does not
apply to your locality.

Trademarks
The product names and company names used in this manual are the registered trademarks

Corrections

of the individual companies.

This manual may contain technical inaccuracies or typographical errors due to improvements
or changes in products. When changes occur in applicable products or in the contents of this

Copyright

manual, Canon will release technical information as the need arises. In the event of major

This manual is copyrighted with all rights reserved. Under the copyright laws, this manual may

changes in the contents of this manual over a long or short period, Canon will issue a new

not be copied, reproduced or translated into another language, in whole or in part, without the

edition of this manual.

written consent of Canon Inc.

(C) CANON INC. 2009

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

Safety Precautions


Explanation of Symbols

The following rules apply throughout this Service Manual:

The following symbols are used throughout this Service Manual.


1. Each chapter contains sections explaining the purpose of specific functions and the
Symbols

Explanation
Check.

Symbols

relationship between electrical and mechanical systems with reference to the timing of

Explanation
Remove the claw.

operation.

In the diagrams,

represents the path of mechanical drive; where a signal name

accompanies the symbol, the arrow

indicates the direction of the electric

signal.
Check visually.

The expression "turn on the power" means flipping on the power switch, closing the

Insert the claw.

front door, and closing the delivery unit door, which results in supplying the machine with
power.

Check the noise.

Use the bundled part.

2. In the digital circuits, '1' is used to indicate that the voltage level of a given signal is
"High", while '0' is used to indicate "Low". (The voltage value, however, differs from
circuit to circuit.) In addition, the asterisk (*) as in "DRMD*" indicates that the DRMD
signal goes on when '0'.

Disconnect the connector.

Push the part.

In practically all cases, the internal mechanisms of a microprocessor cannot be checked


in the field. Therefore, the operations of the microprocessors used in the machines
are not discussed: they are explained in terms of from sensors to the input of the DC
controller PCB and from the output of the DC controller PCB to the loads.

Connect the connector.

Plug the power cable.

The descriptions in this Service Manual are subject to change without notice for product
improvement or other purposes, and major changes will be communicated in the form of
Service Information bulletins.

Remove the cable/wire


from the cable guide or wire
saddle.

All service persons are expected to have a good understanding of the contents of this Service
Turn on the power.

Manual and all relevant Service Information bulletins and be able to identify and isolate faults
in the machine.

Set the cable/wire to the


cable guide or wire saddle.

Remove the screw.

Tighten the screw.

Safety Precautions

Safety Precautions

Contents
0 Safety Precautions
Notes Before it Works Serving----------------------------------------------0-2

1 Produt Outline
Features--------------------------------------------------------------------------1-2
Specifications-------------------------------------------------------------------1-3
Names of Parts-----------------------------------------------------------------1-4

External View------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1-4


Cross Section------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1-4

2 Technology
Basic Configuration------------------------------------------------------------2-2

Outline of basic operation--------------------------------------------------------- 2-2


Non-sort operation-------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-2
Offset operation------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2-2
Stapling operation--------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-3

Work of Service-----------------------------------------------------------------2-5

Scheduled Servicing--------------------------------------------------------------- 2-5


Customer maintenance------------------------------------------------------------ 2-5
Cleaning the offset roller------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-5

Version Upgrade ------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-5


Overview--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-5
How to Use the Downloader PCB (FY9-2034)--------------------------------------- 2-6

3 Periodic Servicing
Periodic Service Works-------------------------------------------------------3-2

4 Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure


List of Parts----------------------------------------------------------------------4-2

Motors/Switches/Solenoids------------------------------------------------------- 4-2
Sensors1------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 4-2

Safety Precautions

Sensors2------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 4-3
PCBs----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-3

Main Units------------------------------------------------------------------------4-4

Removing the Upper Unit--------------------------------------------------------- 4-4


Removing the Gripper Unit------------------------------------------------------- 4-7

Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning


Points-----------------------------------------------------------------------------4-8

Removing the Stapler Unit-------------------------------------------------------- 4-8


Removing the Offset Roller------------------------------------------------------- 4-9
Removing the Shutter Unit------------------------------------------------------4-10
Removing the Paper retainer (front/rear)------------------------------------ 4-11

Removing the Solenoid----------------------------------------------------- 4-13

Removing the Paper Lever Drive Solenoid---------------------------------4-13


Removing the Staple Solenoid-------------------------------------------------4-15

Removing the Motors------------------------------------------------------- 4-18

Removing the Shift Roller Release Motor-----------------------------------4-18


Removing the Shift Motor--------------------------------------------------------4-19
Removing the Feed Motor-------------------------------------------------------4-21
Removing the Gripper Open/Close Motor-----------------------------------4-22
Removing the STP Move Motor/Gripper Unit Move Motor--------------4-22
Removing the Entrance Roller Release /Stopper HP Motor------------4-25
Removing the Additional Tray Lift Motor-------------------------------------4-26
Removing the Tray Lift Motor---------------------------------------------------4-27

Removing the Switches---------------------------------------------------- 4-30

Removing the Front Cover Switch---------------------------------------------4-30


Removing the Staple Safety Switch-------------------------------------------4-31

Removing the PCB---------------------------------------------------------- 4-34

Removing the Additional Tray PCB--------------------------------------------4-34


Removing the Finisher Controller PCB---------------------------------------4-35
Removing the Flexible Cable Broadcast PCB------------------------------4-37

Others--------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-38

Stapler Cradle Installation Procedure-----------------------------------------4-38

5 Adjustment
Outline----------------------------------------------------------------------------5-2

Outline--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-2


Initialization Mode--------------------------------------------------------------5-3

Initializing the finisher EEPROM------------------------------------------------ 5-3


Outline------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 5-3
Details------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 5-3

Basic Adjustment---------------------------------------------------------------5-4

Shift roller shift adjustment------------------------------------------------------- 5-4


Outline------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 5-4
Adjustment details--------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-4

Stapling position adjustment----------------------------------------------------- 5-5


Outline------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 5-5
Adjustment details--------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-5

Vorsichtshinweise zur Installation----------------------------------------------- 7-2

Checking Bundled Components--------------------------------------------7-3


How to Utilize This Installation Procedure-------------------------------7-3

When Using the Contained Parts


(Bundled Components
in the Shipping Carton)------------------------------------------------------------ 7-3
Symbols in the Illustration-------------------------------------------------------- 7-3

Installation Procedure---------------------------------------------------------7-4

Preparation to install in the host machine------------------------------------ 7-4


Connecting to Connected Equipment------------------------------------------ 7-5

Double stapling pitch adjustment----------------------------------------------- 5-6


Outline------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 5-6
Adjustment details--------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-6

8 Appendix

Operation Mode----------------------------------------------------------------5-8

Service Tools--------------------------------------------------------------------8-2

How to use each operation mode------------------------------------------------------- 5-8

General Circuit Diagram------------------------------------------------------8-3

Outline--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-8
Details--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-8

Solvents and Oils------------------------------------------------------------------- 8-2


Special Tools------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8-2

6 Installation(Inner Finisher-B1)
Making Pre-installation Checks---------------------------------------------6-2

Cautions at the Installation------------------------------------------------------- 6-2

Kontrollen vor der Installation(German/Deutsch)----------------------6-2

Vorsichtshinweise zur Installation----------------------------------------------- 6-2

Checking Bundled Components--------------------------------------------6-3


How to Utilize This Installation Procedure-------------------------------6-3

When Using the Contained Parts


(Bundled Components
in the Shipping Carton)------------------------------------------------------------ 6-3
Symbols in the Illustration-------------------------------------------------------- 6-3

Installation Procedure---------------------------------------------------------6-4

Installation Procedure-------------------------------------------------------------- 6-4

7 Installation(Addtional Tray-B1)
Making Pre-installation Checks---------------------------------------------7-2

Cautions at the Installation------------------------------------------------------- 7-2

Kontrollen vor der Installation(German/Deutsch)----------------------7-2

Safety Precautions

Safety Precautions
Notes Before Servicing

Safety Precautions

0-2

Notes Before Servicing


Caution:
At servicing, be sure to turnoff the power source according to the specified steps and
disconnect the power plug.

Caution:
Do not turn off the power switch when downloading is under way.
Turning off the main power switch while downloading is under way can disable the
machine.

Safety Precautions

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Produt Outline

Produt Outline
Features
Specifications
Names of Parts

Produt Outline > Features

1-2

Features
A variety of finishing functions
2 delivery tray + Multi stapling

Large tray capacity (500 sheets+)


Utilize the inner room of the system

Produt Outline > Features

1-2

Produt Outline > Specifications

1-3

Specifications
Item
Stacking method
Paper ejection
Stacking alignment
Stackable paper Feeding direction
Cross-feeding direction
size
Paper weight
Number of tray
Finishing modes Non-sort stacking

Specifications
Stacking tray descending method

Face-down ejection
Center alignment
139.7mm - 432mm
95mm - 297mm
64-128g/m2 (Japanese post card supported))
1 (+additional option tray)
A3/A4/A4R/A5/A5R/B4/B5/B5R/Japanese Post
Card/LDR/LGL/LTR/LTR-R/STMT-R
8K/16K/16K-R
Bunch offset stacking A3/A4/A4R/B4/B5
LDR/LGL/LTR/LTR-R
8K/16K
A3/A4/A4R/B4/B5
Staple stacking
LDR/LGL/LTR/LTR-R
8K/16K
S size: 50 sheets or Less
Stacking capacity Processing tray
Length in feeding direction: 139.7mm-215.9mm
L size: 30 sheets or Less
Length in feeding direction: more than 215.9mm432mm
S size: 125mm high or less (125mm is equivalent to
Standard tray (lower
1,000 sheets+/-.)
tray) only
L size: 62.5mm high or less (62.5mm is equivalent to
500 sheets+/-.)
S size: 12.5mm high or less (12.5mm is equivalent
When the Additional
to 100 sheets+/-.)
Additional Tray-B1
L size: 12.5mm high or less (12.5mm is equivalent to
Tray-B1 is (Upper tray))
100 sheets+/-.)
installed
Stapled sheets : 8.1mm high or less
S size: 62.5mm high or less (62.5mm is equivalent
Standard
to 500 sheets+/-.)
tray
L size:62.5mm high or less (62.5mm is equivalent to
(lower tray)/
500 sheets+/-.)

Random
stacking
Standard
tray
(lower tray)/
Cascade
stacking
Stapled stack

Produt Outline > Specifications

Capable size for


alignment
Paper detection

Capable size for


stapling

Item
Non-sort stacking
Bunch offset stacking
Staple stacking
Processing tray
Standard tray/Additional
Tray-B1
Single corner stapling
(front or rear

Specifications
Width: 100mm-297mm
Width: 210mm-297mm
Width: 210mm-297mm
Available
Available

A3/B4/A4/A4R/B5
LDR/LGL/LTR/LTR-R
8K/16K
A3/B4/A4/A4R/B5
Double stapling
LDR/LGL/LTR/LTR-R
(sidestitching)
8K/16K
Plain paper (64-81.4g/m2) : 50 sheets (Max: 2
Number of paper Small size
sheets x Cover paper (128g/m2) + 48 sheets x
stapled
(A4/B5/LTR/16K)
bookblock (81.4g/m2))
Plain paper (more than 81.4g/m2-105.0g/m2): 30
sheets
Thick paper (more than 105.0g/m2 - 128g/m2: 2
sheets
Plain paper(64-81.4g/ 30m2) : 30 sheets
Large size
(A3/B4/A4R/LDR/LGL/ Plain paper (more than 81.4g/m2-105.0g/m2): 20
sheets
LTR-R/8K)
Thick paper (more than 105.0g/m2 - 128g/m2: 2
sheets
Exclusive staple cartridge (5000 staples)
Staple replenishment
Exclusive staple
Staple
Available
Staple run-out detection
Unavailable
Manual stapling
Not exsisting
Control panel
Supplied by the host machine
Power supply
553.6mm409.2mm294.5mm(WDH)
Dimensions
Approx. 12Kg
Mass
T-1-1

S size: 125mm high or less (62.5mm is equivalent to


1,000 sheets+/-.)
L size: 62.5mm high or less (62.5mm is equivalent to
500 sheets+/-.)
Above-mentioned heights or within 30 books

1-3

Produt Outline > Names of Parts > Cross Section

1-4

Names of Parts
Cross Section

External View
Switchback guide

[2]

[3]

[5]

[4]

Upper guide part

Additional Tray-B1

Finisher front cover

[1]

Stack extension tray 1

[9]

Stapler

[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]

Tray paper holdig arm


Stack extension tray 2

Stack Tray

Stack tray
Processing tray
Shift roller
Switchback part
Entrance roller

[6]
[7]
[8]
[9]

[8]

[7]

[6]

Stapler
Trailing edge aligning plate
Gripper
Stack height detection lever

F-1-2

F-1-1

Produt Outline > Names of Parts > Cross Section

1-4

Technology

Technology
Basic Configuration
Work of Service

Technology > Basic Configuration > Outline of basic operation > Offset operation

Basic Configuration

2-2
Offset operation
1.Outline

Outline of basic operation

Stacking the ejected paper from the host machine onto the processing tray. Every paper
stack consisting of 10sheets of paper is offset and ejected on the stack tray.

Non-sort operation
1.Outline
Ejected paper from the host machine is aligned and stacked on the processing tray. Paper
stack is then ejected on the stack tray. The paper stack is placed at the center in cross

2.Details
Outline of operation
1)1)through 5) are the same operation as "Non-sort".

feeding direction.

6)The shift roller moves to the center or rear-end position and align the paper stack to locate

2.Details
Outline of operation

7)The shift roller goes up to release the paper stack and the gripper closes to grip the stack.

it at specified shift position.


8)The shift roller returns to its idle position and the above steps repeats themselves till the
last paper.

1)Ejected paper from the host machine is conveyed into the finisher.
2)Before paper trailing edge passes by the entrance roller, the shift roller goes down to press
the paper. After the trailing edge passes by the entrance roller, the shift roller stops turning.
3)The gripper opens and the shift roller reverses to transport the paper stack to the aligning
plate.
4)The shift roller goes up to release the paper stack and the gripper closes to grip the stack.
5)The above steps repeat themselves up until the number of the paper on the processing
tray becomes 10 (1 for the envelope) or the operation complete signal is issued whichever

9)Gripper starts to eject the paper stack on the stack tray.


10)Stack height detection lever moves up to evacuate itself and moves down again to detect
the stacking height when the stack ejection has completed.

Alignment position
Center shift:
Rear-end shift:

No offsetting (Non-sort position)


From the center reference position to the rear-end position;
178.5mm

comes first.
6)Gripper starts to eject the paper stack on the stack tray.
7)Stack height detection lever moves up to evacuate itself and moves down again to detect
the stacking height when the stack ejection has completed.

Switchback part

Switchback part

Entrance roller

Shift roller

Entrance roller

Stapler
Shift roller

Processing tray
Stapler

Stack tray
Processing tray
Stack tray

Gripper

Trailing edge
aligning plate

Ejection roller
of the host machine

Gripper

Trailing edge
aligning plate

Ejection roller
of the host machine

Stack height detetion lever

[Offset stacking]

F-2-2

Stack height detetion lever

[Non-sort stacking operation]

F-2-1

Technology > Basic Configuration > Outline of basic operation > Offset operation

2-2

Technology > Basic Configuration > Outline of basic operation > Stapling operation

2-3

Stapling operation

Gripper evacuating
and connecting to the stapler

Shift roller nip

1.Outline
Stacking the ejected paper from the host machine onto the processing tray. Stapling and

connecting mechanism-1
connecting mechanism-2

Shift roller nip

ejecting the paper stack on the stack tray.

2.Details
Outline of operation
"Angle stapling at 1 front corner", "Angle stapling at 1 rear corner" and "Double stapling (side
stitching)"
1)1) through 7) are the same operation as the offset operation.
2)Gripper conveys the paper stack to the stapling position with holding the stack.
Gripper opens

"The operation 9) and 10) are applicable only to the front/ rear corner stapling."

Gripper unit rail

9)After stapling the paper stack, the gripper starts to eject the stack on the stack tray.
10)At the same time, the stacking height detection lever moves up. The detection lever
moves down when the paper stack has ejected on the stack tray to detect the paper.
"The operation 9)' through 18) are applicable only to the double stapling (side stitching)."
9)The shift roller moves down and gives higher pressure to the paper stack. Gripper then
opens and evacuates itself to the connecting position with the stapler.

[Gripper evacuating operation (Top view)]

F-2-4

10)When the gripper closes, the connecting lever moves downward to connect the stapler
and the gripper to each other, so the stapler can travel back and forth.
11)Stapler unit travels to its first stapling position to execute stapling.
12)Stapler unit travels to its second stapling position to execute stapling.

Stapling (first)

Stapling (second)

Shift roller
Higher nip pressure

Stapler

Stack tray

Gripper

Gripper evacuates
itself to the connecting position

Stack height detetion lever

[Gripper evacuating operation]

F-2-3

The stapler unit and the gripper unit move with connecting
to each other and execute the stapling operation.

Technology > Basic Configuration > Outline of basic operation > Stapling operation

F-2-5

2-3

Technology > Basic Configuration > Outline of basic operation > Stapling operation

13)The shift roller starts up to convey the paper stack in the delivering direction and stops

2-4
17)The gripper starts to deliver the paper stack.

after the shift roller evacuates the trailing edge of the paper stack inside the path guide.
18)At the same time, the stacking height detection lever moves up. The detection lever
14)While the shift roller conveys the paper stack, the stapler starts to move to the position

moves down when the paper stack has ejected on the stack tray to detect the paper.

where the gripper had connected to the stapler at step 10)


Conveying the paper stack with
the shift roller

The stapler and the gripper move

Stapler

Conveying
direction

Stack tray

[Paper stack delivery]

Gripper delivers the paper stack

F-2-7

Returning to
the connecting
position
The paper guide
After the stapling operation, the shift
roller rotates to convey the paper stack
until the trailing edge of the stack gets
into the paper guide.

The stapler and the gripper move to the


original position where the gripper had
connected to the stapler at step 10)
Gripper opens to release the connection
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15)When the gripper opens, the connecting lever moves upward to release the connection to
the stapler.
16)Gripper moves to the position where there is the paper stack evacuated in the path guide
and closes.

Technology > Basic Configuration > Outline of basic operation > Stapling operation

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Technology > Work of Service > Version Upgrade > Overview

2-5

Work of Service

Customer maintenance
Cleaning the offset roller

Scheduled Servicing

Details

When the endurance time of a part expires soon, replace and/or clean it as required.
Item

Part name

Periodically none
replaced
parts
Consumable Stapler
parts

Offset Roller

Expected
service life

Operation

remarks

Reference

Offset roller should be cleaned once a month to maintain the accuracy of the stacking
alignment as foreign articles like dust are likely to stick to the roller.

[1]
500,000 sheets 1

1,000,000
sheets
Shutter unit
1,000,000
sheets
Paper
1,000,000
retainer(Front) sheets
Paper
1,000,000
retainer(Rear) sheets

Periodically
serviced
parts

Qty

Replacement

Replacement

Replacement

Replacement

Replacement

Static eliminator
at the exit part
Static eliminator
at the entrance
Static eliminator
at the entrance

Refer to
page 4-8
Refer to
page 4-9
Refer to
page 4-10
Refer to
page 4-11
Refer to
page 4-11

none

F-2-8

Instruction
T-2-1

1) With holding up the roller a little, rub off paper dusts, etc. by a moist cloth.

MEMO:
If the optional tray is installed, it is easier to clean the rollers just after delivering a paper
onto the optional tray since the optional tray gets descended lower than the rollers.

Version Upgrade
Overview
A flash ROM is used for the IC101 (CPU) of the Finisher unit. To upgrade this IC, the
downloader PCB (FY9-2034) is used. The operating instructions for it are given below.

Technology > Work of Service > Version Upgrade > Overview

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Technology > Work of Service > Version Upgrade > How to Use the Downloader PCB (FY9-2034)

How to Use the Downloader PCB (FY9-2034)

2-6

3.Necessary Tool
The following item needs to be prepared for download.

1.When to Use the Downloader PCB


The downloader PCB is used when upgrading the CPU (IC101) of the Finisher Controller
PCB.

Computer (PC)
Prerequisite: The service support tool (Ver. 3.22E or higher) must be installed to the PC.

4.Download Procedures

2.Member part of the downloader PCB

CAUTION:
If any error occurs during downloading (for example, you forgot to press the Start key
on the downloader PCB), delete the firmware registered in the service
support tool and then retry the procedure described in this document from the
beginning.

A.Registering ROM data


1) Store ROM data to be downloaded in the "C:>ServTool>NewROM" folder.
2) Start up the Service Support Tool.
C:>ProgramFiles>Service Support Tool>bpchost.exe
[5]

[8] [1]

[2]

[3]

[4]

[7]

[6]
F-2-9

No.
1
2
3
4

Description
START/STOP key
LOAD LED
Model LED
Power LED

RS-232C cable (straight full


wiring; 9 pins)

Cable A (9 pins) Length:


approx. 70cm
Cable B (9 pins)Length:
approx. 50cm
RS-232C connector

7
8

Function
A key to be pressed when you start or stop download
To be lit when download is available.
To be lit when the Finisher is connected.
To be lit when power is supplied from the Finisher to the
downloader PCB
A cable to connect the downloader PCB and a PC.Be sure
to connect the
cable in a way that its ferrite core comes to the PC side.
A cable to connect the downloader PCB and other products
A cable to connect the downloader PCB and the Finisher
A connector to connect an RS-232C cable to the downloader
PCB
T-2-2

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Technology > Work of Service > Version Upgrade > How to Use the Downloader PCB (FY9-2034)

3) Select [Register Firmware].

4) Select the data inside the NewROM folder

F-2-10

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Technology > Work of Service > Version Upgrade > How to Use the Downloader PCB (FY9-2034)

F-2-11

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Technology > Work of Service > Version Upgrade > How to Use the Downloader PCB (FY9-2034)

5) Select [REGISTER].

2-8

6) Select [OK] and register the data.

F-2-12

F-2-13

B.Connection to the Finisher


1) Turn off the power of the host machine.
2) Remove the rear cover of the Finisher.
3) Insert the cable B to J724 on the Finisher controller PCB.
4) Connect the RS-232C cable to the RS-232C connectors of the circuit board and the PC.
5) Turn on the power of the host machine.
The power LED on the circuit board is lit.

Technology > Work of Service > Version Upgrade > How to Use the Downloader PCB (FY9-2034)

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Technology > Work of Service > Version Upgrade > How to Use the Downloader PCB (FY9-2034)

2-9

C.Download
CAUTION:
The error code E500 might occur during download. It does not affect the download
operation and its results.
1) Start up the Service Support Tool.
C:>ProgramFiles>Service Support Tool>bpchost.exe
2) Select the type of host machine and the data.

F-2-15

F-2-14

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Technology > Work of Service > Version Upgrade > How to Use the Downloader PCB (FY9-2034)

3) Press the START/STOP key of the downloader PCB.

2-10

5) Follow the instructions on the screen to prepare for downloading.

LOAD LED is lit.

A press on [OK] will bring up the next screen.

4) Select the data and press [START].

F-2-17
F-2-16

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Technology > Work of Service > Version Upgrade > How to Use the Downloader PCB (FY9-2034)

6) Select the version of the ROM to download.

7) Click [Y].

F-2-18

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Technology > Work of Service > Version Upgrade > How to Use the Downloader PCB (FY9-2034)

F-2-19

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Technology > Work of Service > Version Upgrade > How to Use the Downloader PCB (FY9-2034)

8) Press [Start] so that the computer and the downloaded PCB will start downloading the

2-12

9) Downloading is started.

program.

F-2-21
F-2-20

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Technology > Work of Service > Version Upgrade > How to Use the Downloader PCB (FY9-2034)

10)If downloading ended normally, press [OK].

11) Press [Return to Main Menu].

F-2-22

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F-2-23

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12)Press [EXIT].

F-2-24

5.Release of Connection
1)Press the START/STOP key.
LOAD LED is turned off.
2) Turn off the power of the host machine.
3) Disconnect the cable B from the Finisher.
4) Mount the rear cover to the Finisher.
5) Turn on the power of the host machine.

Technology > Work of Service > Version Upgrade > How to Use the Downloader PCB (FY9-2034)

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Periodic
Servicing
Periodic Service Works

Periodic Servicing

Periodic Servicing > Periodic Service Works

3-2

Periodic Service Works


PR:Replacement (Periodically replaced parts) CR:Replacement (consumable parts) CL:Cleaning LU:Lubrication AD:Adjustment CH:Maintenance
As of Jule 2009
No.

1
2
3
4
5

Category

Stapler
Processing tray

Part name

Stapler
Offset Roller
Shutter unit
Paper retainer(Front)
Paper retainer(Rear)

Part number

FM4-2710
4A3-1121
FL3-4298
FL3-4304
FL3-4305

Qty

1
2
1
1
1

Interval

CR/500,000 sheets
CR/1,000,000 sheets
CR/1,000,000 sheets
CR/1,000,000 sheets
CR/1,000,000 sheets

Remarks

Adjusted/
not
adjusted
None
None
None
None
None

Counter

FIN-STPR
OFST-RL
DL-STC
ENT-STC
ENT-STC

Reference

Refer to page 4-8


Refer to page 4-9
Refer to page 4-10
Refer to page 4-11
Refer to page 4-11
T-3-1

Periodic Servicing > Periodic Service Works

3-2

Parts
Replacement
and Cleaning
Procedure
List of Parts
Main Units
Consumable Parts
Requiring Periodic
Replacement and
Cleaning Points
Solenoids
Motors
Switches
4

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure

PCBs
Others

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > List of Parts > Sensors1

4-2

List of Parts

Sensors1

Motors/Switches/Solenoids
M3

M12

S5
M8

M10

M6

S21
S23

M9

S1
S16
S17

M4

M11

S14

S2
S22

S3

SW2
M5

S6

M1

S15

M2
M7
SOL2
SW1

SOL1

F-4-2
F-4-1

No.
M1
M2
M3
M4
M5
M6
M7
M8
M9
M10
M11
M12
SW1
SW2
SOL1
SOL2

Part name
STP move motor
Gripper unit move motor
Feed motor
Shift motor
Shift roller release motor
Entrance roller release /stopper HP
motor
Gripper open/close motor
Fan1
Fan2
Stapler motor
Tray lift motor
Additional Tray lift motor
Front cover switch
Stapler safety switch
Paper lever drive solenoid
Stapler solenoid

Part number

Reference

FK2-8750

Refer to page 4-22

FK2-8750
FK2-8751
FK2-8753
FK2-8752
FK2-8752

Refer to page 4-22


Refer to page 4-21
Refer to page 4-19
Refer to page 4-18
Refer to page 4-25

FK2-8752
FK2-8755
FK2-8755
FK2-8754
FK2-8754
FM4-2136
FM4-2152
FL3-4299
FK2-8762

Refer to page 4-22


Refer to page 4-27
Refer to page 4-26
Refer to page 4-30
Refer to page 4-31
Refer to page 4-13
Refer to page 4-15

No.
S1
S2
S3
S5
S6
S14
S15
S16
S17
S21
S22
S23

Part name
Entrance sensor
Shift roller HP sensor
Shift roller release sensor
Entrance roller release /stopper HP
sensor
Processing tray sensor
Stack tray clock sensor
Stack tray paper sensor
Stack tray middle sensor
Stack tray lower limit sensor
Additional tray upper/Lower limit sensor
Additional tray paper sensor
Additional tray clock sensor

Part number

Reference

WG8-5836
WG8-5836
WG8-5836
WG8-5836
WG8-5836
WG8-5836
WG8-5836
WG8-5836
WG8-5836
WG8-5836
WG8-5836
WG8-5836
T-4-2

T-4-1

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > List of Parts > Sensors1

4-2

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > List of Parts > PCBs

Sensors2

4-3

PCBs
S18
S19
S20

[PCB2]

S10

[PCB3]
S13
S9

S7

[PCB1]
S12
S11

F-4-4

F-4-3

No.
S7
S9
S10
S11
S12
S13
S18
S19
S20

Part name
Gripper unit HP sensor
Gripper stapler connection sensor
Stapler move HP sensor
Paper surface sensor1
Paper surface sensor2
Gripper arm sensor
Stapler HP sensor
Stapler edging sensor
Stapler sensor

Part number

No.
PCB1
PCB2
PCB3

Reference

WG8-5836
WG8-5836
WG8-5836

Part name
Finisher controller PCB
Flexible cable broadcast PCB
Additional tray PCB

Part number

Reference

FM4-2124

Refer to page 4-35

FM4-2125

Refer to page 4-37

FM4-2126

Refer to page 4-34


T-4-4

WG8-5836
WG8-5836
WG8-5836
T-4-3

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > List of Parts > PCBs

4-3

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Main Units > Removing the Upper Unit

4-4

Main Units
Removing the Upper Unit
1) Remove three screws and then the inner cover.

2) Remove the additional tray PCB along with the mount (only when the additional tray is
installed).

x3

x1

F-4-5

3) Disconnect one flexible cable and eight connectors.


4) Remove one wire saddle.
5) Remove two screws, and then pull out the finisher controller PCB along with the mount.

F-4-6

6) Remove four wire saddles and the harness from the harness guide, and then pull out the
finisher controller PCB along with the mount.

x4
x9

x2
x1
F-4-7

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Main Units > Removing the Upper Unit

F-4-8

4-4

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Main Units > Removing the Upper Unit

7) Disconnect eight connectors.

4-5

8) Place the finisher controller PCB as shown, remove six screws and then the upper guide.

x6

x8

F-4-9

F-4-10

9) Remove one wire saddle, one connector, and then the harness leading to the upper guide from 10) Remove five wire saddles, two edge saddles, and then the additional tray harness rearward
the harness guide.
(only when the additional tray is installed).

x1

x7

x1

F-4-11

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Main Units > Removing the Upper Unit

F-4-12

4-5

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Main Units > Removing the Upper Unit

11)Remove the harness from the harness guide.


12) Remove one screw and then the cover.

4-6

13) Remove four screws and then the upper unit.

x4

x1

F-4-13

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Main Units > Removing the Upper Unit

F-4-14

4-6

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Main Units > Removing the Gripper Unit

4-7

Removing the Gripper Unit


1) Remove the upper unit.
"Removing the Upper Unit"(page 4-4).
2) Move the stapler rearward.

3) Remove the reuse band.


4) Pull out the gripper unit in the direction of the arrow.

x2

F-4-15

F-4-16

5) Press the lever to remove the gripper unit.

F-4-17

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Main Units > Removing the Gripper Unit

4-7

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning Points > Removing the Stapler Unit

4-8

Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning Points


Removing the Stapler Unit
1) Remove three screws to remove the inner cover.

2) Remove one screw to remove the stapler cover.

x1

x3

x2

F-4-19

F-4-18

3) Remove two connectors.

4) Remove one screw to remove the stapler.

x1

x2

F-4-20

F-4-21

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning Points > Removing the Stapler Unit

4-8

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning Points > Removing the Offset Roller

4-9

Removing the Offset Roller


1) Remove six screws, and then remove the upper guide.

2) Remove the resin retaining ring , and then remove the offset roller.

x6

F-4-23
F-4-22

MEMO:
Do not move the shaft to the rear side , because the straight pin
comes off from the shaft.

F-4-24

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning Points > Removing the Offset Roller

4-9

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning Points > Removing the Shutter Unit

4-10

Removing the Shutter Unit


1) Remove six screws, and then remove the upper guide.

2) Remove two springs from the upper guide, and then remove the shutter unit.

x6

F-4-26

F-4-25

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning Points > Removing the Shutter Unit

4-10

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning Points > Removing the Paper retainer (front/rear)

4-11

Removing the Paper retainer (front/rear)


1) Remove six screws, and then remove the upper guide.

2) Remove the guide (front/rear).

x6

F-4-28
F-4-27

CAUTION:
When attaching the guide (front/ rear), attach the guide so that the pin may hide behind the guide as follows.

F-4-29

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning Points > Removing the Paper retainer (front/rear)

4-11

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning Points > Removing the Paper retainer (front/rear)

4-12

3) Using a flat-blade screw driver or the like, remove the hooks of the paper retainer (front/rear), and then remove the paper retainer (front/rear)

F-4-30

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning Points > Removing the Paper retainer (front/rear)

4-12

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Solenoid > Removing the Paper Lever Drive Solenoid

4-13

Removing the Solenoid


Removing the Paper Lever Drive Solenoid
1) Remove the upper unit.
"Removing the Upper Unit"(page 4-4).
2) Move the stapler rearward.

3) Remove the reuse band of the additional tray harness (only when the additional tray is
installed).
4) Remove the reuse band of the tray harness.
5) Remove two screws.

x2

x1

F-4-31

F-4-32

6) Remove the additional tray(only when the additional tray is installed).


7) Remove the tray.

8) Move the gripper unit in the direction of the arrow.

F-4-34
F-4-33

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Solenoid > Removing the Paper Lever Drive Solenoid

4-13

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Solenoid > Removing the Paper Lever Drive Solenoid

9) Remove three screws and then the grate-shaped guide (lower).

4-14

10) Remove two wire saddles.


11) Disconnect the relay connector and one screw.

x3

x2

x1

x1

F-4-36

F-4-35

12) Remove three screws and then the processing tray.

13) Remove the harness from the harness guide.


14) Remove one screw and then the paper lever unit.
15) Remove two screws and then the paper lever drive solenoid.

x3
x2

x1

x1

F-4-37
F-4-38

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Solenoid > Removing the Paper Lever Drive Solenoid

4-14

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Solenoid > Removing the Staple Solenoid

4-15

Removing the Staple Solenoid


1) Remove the upper unit.
"Removing the Upper Unit"(page 4-4).
2) Move the stapler rearward.

3) Remove the reuse band of the additional tray harness (only when the additional tray is
installed).
4) Remove the reuse band of the tray harness.
5) Remove one screw.

x2

x1

F-4-39

F-4-40

6) Remove the additional tray harness (only when the additional tray is installed).
7) Remove the tray.

8) Move the gripper unit in the direction of the arrow.

F-4-41

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Solenoid > Removing the Staple Solenoid

F-4-42

4-15

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Solenoid > Removing the Staple Solenoid

9) Remove three screws and then the grate-shaped guide (lower).

4-16

10) Remove two wire saddles.


11) Disconnect the relay connector and one screw.

x3

x2

x1

x1

F-4-44

F-4-43

12) Remove three screws and then the processing tray.

13) Remove the harness from the harness guide.


14) Remove one screw and then the paper lever unit.

x3

x1

F-4-45

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Solenoid > Removing the Staple Solenoid

x1

F-4-46

4-16

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Solenoid > Removing the Staple Solenoid

4-17

15) Lay down the finisher lower unit as shown.


16) Remove one screw and then the staple solenoid.

x1

F-4-47

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Solenoid > Removing the Staple Solenoid

4-17

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Shift Roller Release Motor

4-18

Removing the Motors


Removing the Shift Roller Release Motor
1) Remove three screws and then the inner cover.

2) Remove the additional tray PCB along with the mount (only when the additional tray is
installed).

x3

x1

F-4-48
F-4-49

3) Remove six screws and then the upper guide.

4) Disconnect the relay connector of the shift roller disengage motor cable.
5) Remove the cable from one wire saddle and two harness guides.

x6

x1

x3

F-4-50

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Shift Roller Release Motor

F-4-51

4-18

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Shift Motor

4-19

6) Remove two screws and then the shift roller release motor.

x2

F-4-52

Removing the Shift Motor


1) Remove two screws and then the inner cover.

2) Remove the additional tray PCB along with the mount (only when the additional tray is
installed).

x3

x1

F-4-53

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Shift Motor

F-4-54

4-19

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Shift Motor

3) Disconnect one flexible cable and eight connectors.


4) Remove one wire saddle.
5) Remove two screws, and then pull out the finisher controller PCB along with the mount.

4-20

6) Remove four wire saddles and the harness from the harness guide, and then pull out the finisher
controller PCB along with the mount.

x4

x9

x2
x1
F-4-55

7) Disconnect eight connectors.

F-4-56

8) Disconnect the relay connector of the shift motor cable.


9) Disconnect the relay connector.
10) Remove one wire saddle and then the harness leading to the upper guide from the harness guide.

x8
x1

x1

F-4-57
F-4-58

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Shift Motor

4-20

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Feed Motor

4-21

11) Release the harness from the guide.


12) Remove one screw and then the harness guide.

13) Remove two screws, and then remove the shift motor.

x1

x2

F-4-59

F-4-60

Removing the Feed Motor


1) Disconnect one connector.
2) Remove two screws and then the feed motor.

x1

x2

F-4-61

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Feed Motor

4-21

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the STP Move Motor/Gripper Unit Move Motor

4-22

Removing the Gripper Open/Close Motor


1) Remove the gripper unit.
"Removing the Gripper Unit"(page 4-7).
2) Remove one screw and then the cover.
3) Remove one connector and then the harness from the harness guide.

4) Remove two screws and then the gripper open/close motor.

x2
x1

F-4-63
F-4-62

Removing the STP Move Motor/Gripper Unit Move Motor


1) Remove the upper unit.
"Removing the Upper Unit"(page 4-4).

3) Remove the reuse band of the additional tray harness (only when the additional tray is installed).
4) Remove the reuse band of the tray harness.
5) Remove two screws.

2) Move the stapler rearward.

x2

x1

F-4-64

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the STP Move Motor/Gripper Unit Move Motor

F-4-65

4-22

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the STP Move Motor/Gripper Unit Move Motor

6) Remove the additional tray harness (only when the additional tray is installed).
7) Remove the tray.

4-23

8) Move the gripper unit in the direction of the arrow.

F-4-67
F-4-66

9) Remove three screws and then the grate-shaped guide (lower).

10) Remove two wire saddles.


11) Disconnect the relay connector and one screw.

x3

x2

x1

x1

F-4-68

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the STP Move Motor/Gripper Unit Move Motor

F-4-69

4-23

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the STP Move Motor/Gripper Unit Move Motor

4-24

13) Disconnect two connectors and the spring.

12) Remove three screws and then the processing tray.

x3

x2

F-4-70

F-4-71

14) Remove two screws and then the STP move motor/gripper unit move motor unit.

x2

F-4-72

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the STP Move Motor/Gripper Unit Move Motor

4-24

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Entrance Roller Release /Stopper HP Motor

4-25

Removing the Entrance Roller Release /Stopper HP Motor


1) Remove the harness from the harness guide.
2) Disconnect one relay connector.
3) Remove one screw and then the cover.

4) Remove two reuse bands.


5) Remove two screws and then the cover.

x2

x1

x2

F-4-74

F-4-73

6) Remove three resin rings, two pulleys, one gear, one belt, and three parallel pins.

7) Remove two screws and then the entrance roller release /stopper HP motor along with the
mount.
8) Remove two screws and then the entrance roller release /stopper HP motor.

x4

F-4-75

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Entrance Roller Release /Stopper HP Motor

F-4-76

4-25

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Additional Tray Lift Motor

4-26

Removing the Additional Tray Lift Motor


1) Remove the additional tray.
2) Remove two screws and then the top cover of the tray.
3) Disconnect one connector.

x2

4) Turn over the tray.


5) Remove two screws and then the bottom cover of the tray.

x1

x2

F-4-77

6) Remove four screws, one earth cable, one washer, and one plate.

F-4-78

7) Remove one screw and then the harness guide.

x4

x1

F-4-80
F-4-79

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Additional Tray Lift Motor

4-26

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Tray Lift Motor

4-27

8) Remove one screw and then the tray lift motor unit along with the mount.

x1

F-4-81

Removing the Tray Lift Motor


1) Remove the additional tray.
2) Remove one reuse band, two connectors, and one screw to remove the earth cable.

x1

3) Raise the standard to remove it.

x2

F-4-82

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Tray Lift Motor

F-4-83

4-27

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Tray Lift Motor

4) Remove two screws and then the top cover of the tray.
5) Disconnect one connector.

6) Turn over the tray.


7) Remove two screws and then the bottom cover of the tray.

x1

x2

4-28

x2

F-4-84

8) Remove three screws, one earth cable, one washer, one spring, and one plate.

F-4-85

9) Remove one screw and then the harness guide.

x1

x3

F-4-86

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Tray Lift Motor

F-4-87

4-28

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Tray Lift Motor

4-29

10) Remove one screw and then the tray lift motor unit along with the mount.

x1

F-4-88

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Motors > Removing the Tray Lift Motor

4-29

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Switches > Removing the Front Cover Switch

4-30

Removing the Switches


Removing the Front Cover Switch
1) Remove three screws and then the inner cover.

2) Remove the additional tray PCB along with the mount (only when the additional tray is
installed).

x3

x1

F-4-89
F-4-90

3) Disconnect one flexible cable and eight connectors.


4) Remove one wire saddle.
5) Remove two screws, and then pull out the finisher controller PCB along with the mount.

6) Remove four wire saddles and then the harness from the harness guide.
7) Pull the finisher controller further along with the mount.
8) Remove the leaf spring and then the front cover switch.

x4

x9

x2
x1
F-4-91

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Switches > Removing the Front Cover Switch

F-4-92

4-30

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Switches > Removing the Staple Safety Switch

4-31

9) Remove one wire saddle and two connectors.


10) Remove the front cover switch.

F-4-93

Removing the Staple Safety Switch


1) Remove three screws and then the inner cover.

2) Remove six screws and then the upper guide.

x3

x6

F-4-94

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Switches > Removing the Staple Safety Switch

F-4-95

4-31

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Switches > Removing the Staple Safety Switch

3) Remove the additional tray PCB along with the mount (only when the additional tray is
installed).

4) Disconnect the relay connector of the staple safety switch, and then remove harness from the wire
saddle and harness guide.

x1

x1

4-32

x4

F-4-97

F-4-96

F-4-98

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Switches > Removing the Staple Safety Switch

4-32

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Switches > Removing the Staple Safety Switch

4-33

5) Release the hook using a flat-blade screwdriver or the like, and then remove the cover.
6) Remove the staple safety switch.

F-4-99

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the Switches > Removing the Staple Safety Switch

4-33

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the PCB > Removing the Additional Tray PCB

4-34

Removing the PCB


Removing the Additional Tray PCB
1) Remove three screws and then the inner cover.

2) Disconnect the three connectors from the additional tray PCB.

x3

x3

F-4-100
F-4-101

3) Remove one screw and two locking supports and then the additional tray PCB.

x1

F-4-102

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the PCB > Removing the Additional Tray PCB

4-34

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the PCB > Removing the Finisher Controller PCB

4-35

Removing the Finisher Controller PCB


1) Remove three screws and then the inner cover.

2) Remove the additional tray PCB along with the mount (only when the additional tray is
installed).

x3

x1

F-4-103

3) Disconnect one flexible cable and eight connectors.


4) Remove one wire saddle.
5) Remove two screws, and then pull out the finisher controller PCB along with the mount.

F-4-104

6) Remove four wire saddles and the harness from the harness guide, and then pull out the
finisher controller PCB along with the mount.

x4

x9

x2
x1
F-4-105

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the PCB > Removing the Finisher Controller PCB

F-4-106

4-35

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the PCB > Removing the Finisher Controller PCB

7) Disconnect eight connectors.

4-36

8) Detach the PCB cover in the direction of the arrow.

x8

F-4-107

F-4-108

9) Remove three screws and then the finisher controller PCB.

x3

F-4-109

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the PCB > Removing the Finisher Controller PCB

4-36

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the PCB > Removing the Flexible Cable Broadcast PCB

4-37

Removing the Flexible Cable Broadcast PCB


1) Remove two screws and then the inner cover.

2) Move the stapler unit rearward.


3) Remove the harness from the harness guide.
4) Remove one screw and then the cover.

x3

x1

F-4-110
F-4-111

5) Remove two screws and then the Flexible Cable Broadcast PCB.

6) Disconnect two connectors.


7) Remove the flexible cable fixture, and then disconnect the flexible cable.
8) Remove the flexible cable broadcast PCB.

x2
x3

F-4-112
F-4-113

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Removing the PCB > Removing the Flexible Cable Broadcast PCB

4-37

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Others > Stapler Cradle Installation Procedure

4-38

Others
Stapler Cradle Installation Procedure

MEMO:
The stapler cradle (without stapler unit) can run off the rails when it is moved rearward.
If this happens, bring back the stapler cradle onto the rails following the procedure below.
This also applies to the stapler cradle with a stapler unit.

1) With the front rail for stapler movement positioned as shown, move the stapler cradle forward to put the stapler cradle pin on the rail.

F-4-114

Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure > Others > Stapler Cradle Installation Procedure

4-38

Adjustment
Outline
Initialization Mode
Basic Adjustment
Operation Mode

Adjustment

Adjustment > Outline > Outline

5-2

Outline
Outline
Perform adjustments in service mode using SW1 (push switch), SW2 (DIP switch),
and LED1 on the finisher board.

LED1

SW1
SW2

F-5-1

Adjustment > Outline > Outline

5-2

Adjustment > Initialization Mode > Initializing the finisher EEPROM > Details

Initialization Mode

5-3

CAUTION:
All backup RAM including the component counter and the adjustment values will
be cleared.

Initializing the finisher EEPROM


Outline
Initializing the finisher EEPROM.

Details
How to enter the service mode/detailed mode
1. Set SW2 as shown below, and enter the service mode by turning the power ON.
(LED1 will flash at 2-sec. intervals.)

SW2
(ON/OFF)
2
3

2. Set SW2 as shown below, and then press SW1 for at least 2 seconds to enter the detailed
mode.
(After LED1 lights, release SW1, and LED1 will flash at 0.5-sec. intervals.)

SW2 (ON/OFF)
3
4

Detailed mode
Initialization of EEPROM

Initialization method
1. Press SW1.
2. During the initialization, LED1 will flash rapidly at 0.1-sec. intervals.After initialization is
completed in 3-sec., it will flash at 0.5-sec. intervals, indicating that initialization has ended
normally. If the initialization has failed, LED1 stays flashing at 0.5-sec. intervals.

Adjustment > Initialization Mode > Initializing the finisher EEPROM > Details

5-3

Adjustment > Basic Adjustment > Shift roller shift adjustment > Adjustment details

Basic Adjustment

5-4

Current adjustment value is expressed in decimal number and indicated by LED1 flashing.
Shift amount (mm)

Adjustment value

-5.0

Shift roller shift adjustment

2.0sec.

Outline
Adjust the shift of the shift roller.

Adjustment details

-4.5

-4.0

How to enter the service mode/detailed mode

10

+0.5

11

1.Set SW2 as shown below, and then enter the service mode by turning the power ON.(LED1
will flash at 2-sec. intervals.)
SW2(ON/OFF)
2
3

LED1 Flashing

+5.0

20

ON
OFF

0.3 0.3

1.0

2. Set SW2 as shown below, and then press SW1 for at least 2 seconds to enter the detailed
mode.(After LED1 lights, release SW1, and LED1 will flash at 0.5-sec. intervals.)
SW2 (ON/OFF)
4

Detailed mode

Shift amount adjustment at front

Shift amount adjustment at rear

MEMO:

Lighting LED1 for 2-sec. indicates 0.


In case the adjustment value consists of 2 digits, epistatic digit (tens place) is
indicated first and indication for lower digit follows.
There is 1-sec. interval between the indication for epistatic digit and one another for
lower digit except that the value of the lower digit is 0.

Adjustment method
1. Press SW1 several times so the shift amount becomes adequate.
MEMO:

Each time SW1 is pressed, the shift amount is increased by 0.5mm.

2.By pressing SW1 for at least 2 seconds, the adjusted value is backed up and the detailed
mode is released.

Adjustment > Basic Adjustment > Shift roller shift adjustment > Adjustment details

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Adjustment > Basic Adjustment > Stapling position adjustment > Adjustment details

Stapling position adjustment

2.By pressing SW1 for at least 2 seconds, the adjusted value is backed up and the detailed
mode is released.

Outline

Current adjustment value is expressed in decimal number and indicated by LED1 flashing.

Adjust the stapling position.

Adjustment details
How to enter the service mode/detailed mode
1.Set SW2 as shown below, and then enter the service mode by turning the power ON. (LED1

Adjustable range
of front/ rear
stapling

will flash at 2-sec. intervals.)


SW2(ON/OFF)
2
3

2. Set SW2 as shown below, and then press SW1 for at least 2 seconds to enter the detailed
mode.(LED1 will flash.)
1

SW2 (ON/OFF)
4

Front stapling position

Rear stapling position

Double stapling position

Detailed mode

Adjustable
range of double
stapling

Adjustment method
1. Press SW1 several times so the shift amount becomes adequate.
MEMO:

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Each time SW1 is pressed, the stapling position shifts downstream in the feeding
direction.

Adjustment > Basic Adjustment > Stapling position adjustment > Adjustment details

Shift amount
(mm)

Adjustment
value

-5.0

LED1 Flashing

2.0sec.

-4.5

-4.0

10

+5.0

20

-2.5

-1.5

+2.5

10

OFF

0.3 0.3

2.0sec.

-2.0

ON

ON
OFF

0.3 0.3

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Adjustment > Basic Adjustment > Double stapling pitch adjustment > Adjustment details

Double stapling pitch adjustment

MEMO:

5-6

Lighting LED1 for 2-sec. indicates 0.


In case the adjustment value consists of 2 digits, epistatic digit (tens place) is
indicated first and indication for lower digit follows.
There is 1-sec. interval between the indication for epistatic digit and one another for
lower digit except that the value of the lower digit is 0.

Outline
Adjust the pitch (distance between staples) for double stapling.

Adjustment details
How to enter the service mode/detailed mode
1.Set SW2 as shown below, and then enter the service mode byturning the power ON.
(LED1 will flash at 2-sec. intervals.)
SW2(ON/OFF)
2
3

2. Set SW2 as shown below, and then press SW1 for at least 2 seconds to enter the detailed
mode.
(After LED1 lights, release SW1, and LED1 will flash at 0.5-sec. intervals.)
SW2 (ON/OFF)
1

Detailed mode
Double stapling pitch adjustment

Adjustment method
1. Press SW1 several times so the shift amount becomes adequate.
MEMO:

Each time SW1 is pressed, the pitch is increased by 0.24mm..

2. By pressing SW1 for at least 2 seconds, the adjusted value is backed up and the detailed
mode is released.

Adjustment > Basic Adjustment > Double stapling pitch adjustment > Adjustment details

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Adjustment > Basic Adjustment > Double stapling pitch adjustment > Adjustment details

5-7

Current adjustment value is expressed in decimal number and indicated by LED1 flashing.
Shift amount (mm)

Adjustment value

-1.92

LED1 Flashing
2.0sec.

-1.68

-1.44

ON
OFF

0.3 0.3

x 8

+1.68

16

1.0

x 6

MEMO:

Lighting LED1 for 2-sec. indicates 0.


In case the adjustment value consists of 2 digits, epistatic digit (tens place) is
indicated first and indication for lower digit follows.
There is 1-sec. interval between the indication for epistatic digit and one another for
lower digit except that the value of the lower digit is 0.

Adjustment > Basic Adjustment > Double stapling pitch adjustment > Adjustment details

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Adjustment > Operation Mode > Details > How to use each operation mode

Operation Mode

5-8
SW2 (ON/OFF)
4
Detailed mode (Size, Number of stapling
sheets (bundle), Number of copies)

A3, 3 sheets, 5 copies

A4, 3 sheets, 5 copies

A4R, 3 sheets, 5 copies

A5R, 3 sheets, 5 copies

A5, 3 sheets, 5 copies

B4, 3 sheets, 5 copies

B5, 3 sheets, 5 copies

B5R, 3 sheets, 5 copies

A3, 1 sheet, 10 copies

A4, 1 sheet, 10 copies

A4R, 1 sheet, 10 copies

A5R, 1 sheet, 10 copies

A5, 1 sheet, 10 copies

B4, 1 sheet, 10 copies

detailed mode by setting SW2-1 to SW2-4 to the necessary ON/OFF combination. Next,

B5, 1 sheet, 10 copies

press SW1 for at least 2 seconds to finalize the detailed mode. Start and stop operation using

B5R, 1 sheet, 10 copies

Outline
Using SW1 (push switch) and SW2 (DIP switch) on the finisher board, carry out a test
operation (staple paper passing operation and aging operation).
No.
Stapler paper
passing
operation

1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)

Item
Non-sort mode A & B sizes
Rear shift mode A & B sizes
Front shift mode A & B sizes
Rear single corner stapling mode A & B sizes
Front single corner stapling mode A & B sizes
Double stapling mode A & B sizes

Details
The stapler can be put into the desired operation mode by turning on the finisher after setting
SW1 and SW2 to the necessary ON/OFF combination. Subsequently, determine the desired

SW1.
3. Press SW1 to start operation, and press SW1 once again to stop operation.
4. Press SW1 for at least 2 seconds to exit the detailed mode. (The finisher will return to the
status of step 2.)

How to use each operation mode


1) Non-sort mode A & B sizes
1. When turning on the finisher, enter the operation mode by setting SW1 and SW2 to the
following ON/OFF combination.
SW1
(ON/OFF)

SW2
(ON/OFF)
1
2
3
4

Operation mode

Non-sort mode A & B sizes

2. Set SW2-1 to 4 to the following ON/OFF combination, and then press SW1 for at least 2
seconds to enter the detailed mode.

Adjustment > Operation Mode > Details > How to use each operation mode

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Adjustment > Operation Mode > Details > How to use each operation mode

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2) Rear shift mode A & B sizes

4) Rear single corner stapling mode A & B sizes

3) Front shift mode A & B sizes

5) Front single corner stapling mode A & B sizes

1. When switching ON the copier, enter the operation mode by setting SW1 and SW2 to the

1. When turning on the finisher, enter the operation mode by setting SW1 and SW2 to the

following ON/OFF combination.


SW1
(ON/OFF)

following ON/OFF combination.

SW2
(ON/OFF)
1
2
3
4

Operation mode

Rear shift mode A & B sizes

Front shift mode A & B sizes

SW1
(ON/OFF)

SW2
(ON/OFF)
1
2
3
4

Operation mode

Rear single corner stapling mode A & B sizes

Front single corner stapling mode A & B sizes

2. Set SW2-1 to 4 to the following ON/OFF combination, and then press SW1 for at least 2
seconds to finalize the detailed mode.
1

2. Set SW2-1 to 4 to the following ON/OFF combination, and then press SW1 for at least 2

SW2 (ON/OFF)
4
Detailed mode (Size, Number of stapling
sheets (bundle), Number of copies)

seconds to enter the detailed mode.


1

SW2 (ON/OFF)
4
Detailed mode (Size, Number of stapling
sheets (bundle), Number of copies)

A3, 3 sheets, 5 copies

A4, 3 sheets, 5 copies

A3, 3 sheets, 5 copies

A4R, 3 sheets, 5 copies

A4, 3 sheets, 5 copies

B4, 3 sheets, 5 copies

A4R, 3 sheets, 5 copies

B5, 3 sheets, 5 copies

B4, 3 sheets, 5 copies

B5, 3 sheets, 5 copies

A3, 1 sheet, 10 copies

A4, 1 sheet, 10 copies

A3, 1 sheet, 10 copies

A4R, 1 sheet, 10 copies

A4, 1 sheet, 10 copies

B4, 1 sheet, 10 copies

A4R, 1 sheet, 10 copies

B5, 1 sheet, 10 copies

B4, 1 sheet, 10 copies

B5, 1 sheet, 10 copies

3. Press SW1 to start operation, and press SW1 once again to stop operation.
4. Press SW1 for at least 2 seconds to exit the detailed mode. (The finisher will return to the
status of step 2.)

3. Press SW1 to start operation, and press SW1 once again to stop operation.
4. Press SW1 for at least 2 seconds to exit the detailed mode. (The finisher will return to the
status of step 2.)

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Adjustment > Operation Mode > Details > How to use each operation mode

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6) Double stapling mode A & B sizes


1. When turning on the finisher, enter the operation mode by setting SW1 and SW2 to the
following ON/OFF combination.
SW1
(ON/OFF)

SW2
(ON/OFF)
1
2
3
4

Operation mode

Double stapling mode A & B sizes

2. Set SW2-1 to 4 to the following ON/OFF combination, and then press SW1 for at least 2
seconds to finalize the detailed mode.
SW2 (ON/OFF)
4
Detailed mode (Size, Number of stapling
sheets (bundle), Number of copies)

A3, 2 sheets, 10 copies

A4, 2 sheets, 10 copies

A4R, 2 sheets, 10 copies

B4, 2 sheets, 10 copies

B5, 2 sheets, 10 copies

A3, 50 sheets, 10 copies

A4, 50 sheets, 10 copies

A4R, 50 sheets, 10 copies

B4, 50 sheets, 10 copies

B5, 50 sheets, 10 copies

3. Press SW1 to start operation, and press SW1 once again to stop operation.
4. Press SW1 for at least 2 seconds to exit the detailed mode. (The finisher will return to the
status of step 2.)

Adjustment > Operation Mode > Details > How to use each operation mode

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Installation(Inner
Finisher-B1)
Making Pre-installtion
Checks
Checking Bundled
Components
How to Utilize This
Installation Procedure
Installation Procedure

Installation(Inner Finisher-B1)

Installation(Inner Finisher-B1) > Kontrollen vor der Installation(German/Deutsch) > Vorsichtshinweise zur Installation

Making Pre-installation Checks

6-2

Kontrollen vor der Installation(German/Deutsch)

Cautions at the Installation

Vorsichtshinweise zur Installation

1. Disconnecting the Main Power.

1. Unterbrechen der Netzversorgung

1) Turn OFF the power switch of the control panel.

1) Schalten Sie den Bedienung gremium aus.

2) Turn OFF the main power switch of the host machine.

2) Schalten Sie den Netzschalter der Hostmaschine aus.

3) Be sure that the control panel display and the main power lamp are both

3) berzeugen Sie sich zunchst, dass sowohl das Display auf dem Bedienfeld

turned OFF, and then disconnect the power plug.

als auch die Netzstrom-Kontrolleuchte erloschen sind, und ziehen Sie dann
den Netzstecker.

F-6-1

Installation(Inner Finisher-B1) > Kontrollen vor der Installation(German/Deutsch) > Vorsichtshinweise zur Installation

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6-2

Installation(Inner Finisher-B1) > How to Utilize This Installation Procedure > Symbols in the Illustration

Checking Bundled Components

6-3

How to Utilize This Installation Procedure


When Using the Contained Parts
(Bundled Components in the Shipping Carton)
After unpacking, confirm the parts contained in the package by referring to the illustration of
Bundled Components described in this procedure.

[7]
[6]

The below symbol appears on the illustration in some steps when the parts contained in the

[3]

shipping carton are to be used.


Mind this symbol to be aware the parts contained in the shipping carton are to be used.

[4]

[2]

Packaged Item

[1]

Symbols in the Illustration

[8]

The frequently-performed operations/works are described with symbols in this procedure.


Check the description below.
Screw

[10]

[11]

[9]

Harness

Connector

[5]
F-6-3

[1] Finisher

1pc.

[2] Guide

1pc.

[3] Eddge saddle

1pc.

[4] Wire saddle

2pcs.

[5] Fixing holder

1pc.

[6] Fixing plate

1pc.

[7] Jam recovery label

1pc.

[8] Screw(RS-tight,M3x8)

1pc.

[9] Staple cartridge

1pc.

[10] Staple sheet

1pc.

[11] Core

1pc.

Tighten

Remove

Connect

Disconnect

Secure

Remove

Push

Plug in

Turn on

Free

Claw

Insert

Checking instruction

Check

Visual Check Sound Check

Installation(Inner Finisher-B1) > How to Utilize This Installation Procedure > Symbols in the Illustration

6-3

Installation(Inner Finisher-B1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure

6-4

Installation Procedure
Installation Procedure
1) Hold the positions shown in the figure and take
out the finisher from the carton. (Hold the
positions specified by the instruction labels.)

2) Remove all the shipping tapes and cushions.

CAUTION: Uphold the following order when removing metal fixure and cushions fixing the stapler.

1) Remove 3 screws to detach the 2 fixtures.

2) Remove the upper cushion.

3) Remove the lower cushion.

x3

F-6-4

F-6-5

3) Open the right door and remove 1 screw fixing the delivery assembly.

MEMO: Save the removed screw for later use.

x1

F-6-6

Installation(Inner Finisher-B1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure

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Installation(Inner Finisher-B1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure

6-5

4) Remove the 2 screws to detach the support cover.


Release the 3 hooks to detach the support cover (Left). Cut out the upper part of left cover using side cutter.(Cut off part is no longer reused.)

x2

x3

x2
F-6-8

F-6-7

5) Remove the 2nd delivery tray. (The 2nd delivery tray is no longer reused.)
(This step is applicable only when the 2nd delivery tray is installed in the host machine.)

F-6-9

Installation(Inner Finisher-B1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure

6-5

Installation(Inner Finisher-B1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure

6-6

6) Remove the reversal guide. (The reversal guide is no longer reused.)


(This step is applicable only when the reversal guide is installed in the host machine.)

x2

F-6-10

7) Open the front cover and tonner cover.

8) Remove 1 screw and slightly bend the left cover to remove the inner cover.

x1

F-6-11

Installation(Inner Finisher-B1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure

6-6

Installation(Inner Finisher-B1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure

6-7

9) Remove 2 screws to detach the delivery tray and inner right cover. (The delivery tray and right rear cover are no longer reused.)

MEMO: Save the removed screw for later use.

x1

x1

F-6-12

10) Remove the lower sensor flag. (The lower sensor flag is no longer reused.)

11) Remove the upper sensor flag. (The upper sensor flag is no longer reused.)
(This step is applicable only when the 2nd delivery tray is installed in the host machine.)

MEMO: Bend the sensor flag shaft a little to remove it.

MEMO: Bend the sensor flag shaft a little to remove it.

F-6-13

Installation(Inner Finisher-B1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure

F-6-14

6-7

Installation(Inner Finisher-B1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure

6-8

12) Release the 2 hooks to detach the inner rear cover. (The inner rear cover is no longer reused.)

x2

F-6-15

13) Fix the supplied guide with the supplied screw. (RS-tight screw, M3x8)

x1

F-6-16

Installation(Inner Finisher-B1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure

6-8

Installation(Inner Finisher-B1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure

6-9

14) Fix the inner cover removed at step 8) with the screw removed at step 8). (RS-tight screw, M3x8)

x1

F-6-17

15) Fix 1 supplied eddge saddle and 2 wire saddles.

x3

F-6-18

Installation(Inner Finisher-B1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure

6-9

Installation(Inner Finisher-B1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure

6-10

16) Hold the positions shown in the figure and then set the finisher into the host machine.

F-6-19

17) Fix lower part of the finisher with the supplied fixing holder using the 2 screws (RS tight, M3x8) removed at step 9).

x2

F-6-20

Installation(Inner Finisher-B1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure

6-10

Installation(Inner Finisher-B1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure

6-11

18) Fix the supplied fixing plate with the screw (RS tight, M3x8) removed at step 3).

x1

F-6-21

19) Put the harness in the eddge saddle and 2 wire saddles and joint the 2 connectors. Fix the supplied core to the harness.

x2

x3

F-6-22

Installation(Inner Finisher-B1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure

6-11

6
20) Open the finisher front cover.
Fix the support cover (Left) and support
cover (Left) removed in Step 4) with the 2
screws. (RS-tight screw, M3x8)

Installation(Inner Finisher-B1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure

21) Set the supplied staple cartridge


into the stapler.

6-12

22) Stick the supplied jam recovery label and close all the covers.

F-6-23

23) The following parts are no longer reused. Do not leave them at installation site.

[2]

[1]
[1] Delivery tray
[2] 2nd delivery tray
[3] Reversal guide
[4] Inner rear cover
[5] Inner right cover
[6] Sensor flag

[6]

[5]

[4]

1pc.
1pc.(*1)
1pc.(*1)
1pc.
1pc.
1pc.(*2)

[3]
F-6-24

*1 only when the 2nd delivery tray is installed in the host machine
*2 2 pcs. only when the 2nd delivery tray is installed in the host machine

Installation(Inner Finisher-B1) > Installation Procedure > Installation Procedure

6-12

Installation(Addtional
Tray-B1)
Making Pre-installtion
Checks
Checking Bundled
Components
How to Utilize This
Installation Procedure
Installation Procedure

Installation(Addtional Tray-B1)

Installation(Addtional Tray-B1) > Kontrollen vor der Installation(German/Deutsch) > Vorsichtshinweise zur Installation

Making Pre-installation Checks

7-2

Kontrollen vor der Installation(German/Deutsch)

Cautions at the Installation

Vorsichtshinweise zur Installation

1. How to Disconnect the Main Power

1. Unterbrechen der Netzversorgung

1) Turn OFF the power switch of the Operation panel.

1) Schalten Sie den Bedienung gremium aus.

2) Turn OFF the main power switch of the Host Machine.

2) Schalten Sie den Netzschalter der Hostmaschine aus.

3) Be sure that the Control Panel Display and the Main Power Lamp are both

3) berzeugen Sie sich zunchst, dass sowohl das Display auf dem Bedienfeld

turned OFF, and then disconnect the power plug.

als auch die Netzstrom-Kontrolleuchte erloschen sind, und ziehen Sie dann
den Netzstecker.

F-7-1

Installation(Addtional Tray-B1) > Kontrollen vor der Installation(German/Deutsch) > Vorsichtshinweise zur Installation

F-7-2

7-2

Installation(Addtional Tray-B1) > How to Utilize This Installation Procedure > Symbols in the Illustration

Checking Bundled Components

7-3

How to Utilize This Installation Procedure


[4]

When Using the Contained Parts


(Bundled Components in the Shipping Carton)
After unpacking, confirm the parts contained in the package by referring to the illustration of
Bundled Components described in this procedure.
The below symbol appears on the illustration in some steps when the parts contained in the

[1]

shipping carton are to be used.


Mind this symbol to be aware the parts contained in the shipping carton are to be used.
[5]
[2]
[3]

Packaged Item

F-7-3

[1] Additional tray

1pc.

[2] Driver PCB

1pc.

[3] Relay harness

1pc.

[4] Harness guide

3pcs.

[5] Screw(RS-tight, M3 x 6)

1pc.

Symbols in the Illustration


The frequently-performed operations/works are described with symbols in this procedure.
Check the description below.
Screw

Tighten

Harness

Connector

Remove

Connect

Disconnect

Secure

Remove

Push

Plug in

Turn on

Free

Claw

Insert

Checking instruction

Check

Visual Check Sound Check

Installation(Addtional Tray-B1) > How to Utilize This Installation Procedure > Symbols in the Illustration

7-3

Installation(Addtional Tray-B1) > Installation Procedure > Preparation to install in the host machine

7-4

Installation Procedure
Preparation to install in the host machine
1) Remove the 6 screws to detach the upper guide.
(Stepped screw x 2, Binding screw x 4)

2) Remove the screw to free the sensor unit.

x1

x6

F-7-4

3) Lower the standard tray.

F-7-5

*Hold the standard tray by hand and insert a screwdriver in the tray bottom hole for releasing the ratchet gear to have the tray down.

CAUTION : Be sure that the harness guide does not interfare the harness when lowering the standard tray.

F-7-6

Installation(Addtional Tray-B1) > Installation Procedure > Preparation to install in the host machine

7-4

Installation(Addtional Tray-B1) > Installation Procedure > Connecting to Connected Equipment

7-5

Connecting to Connected Equipment


1) Set the guide wheels of the additional tray to the finisher rail and move the additional tray down with the same way as step 3).

F-7-7

CAUTION:
Confirm that the tray does not incline.The marking [A] and the top edge of the frame [B] should be in a level.

F-7-8

Installation(Addtional Tray-B1) > Installation Procedure > Connecting to Connected Equipment

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Installation(Addtional Tray-B1) > Installation Procedure > Connecting to Connected Equipment

7-6

2) Remove the 3 screws to detach the front cover.

x3

F-7-9

3) Fix the driver PCB with the supplied screw.

4) Fix the supplied 3 harness guides.

x3

x1

F-7-11
F-7-10

Installation(Addtional Tray-B1) > Installation Procedure > Connecting to Connected Equipment

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Installation(Addtional Tray-B1) > Installation Procedure > Connecting to Connected Equipment

7-7

5) At the rear side, retain the reuse band to the harness guide and fix the grounding wire together with the one of the standard tray.

F-7-12

6) Set the harness in the 6 wire saddles.

7) Joint the 2 connectors to the driver PCB and set the harness in the 2 wire saddles.

x6

x2
x2

F-7-13

Installation(Addtional Tray-B1) > Installation Procedure > Connecting to Connected Equipment

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Installation(Addtional Tray-B1) > Installation Procedure > Connecting to Connected Equipment

8) Joint the supplied relay harness to the connectors of the finisher


controller PCB and the additional tray driver PCB.

7-8

9) Fix the front cover removed at step 5) with the 3 screws.

x3
x2

F-7-16
F-7-15

10) Put the sensor unit through to the hole of the upper guide as shown in the figure and fix the upper guide with 6
screws. (Stepped screw x 2, Binding screw x 4)

11) Fix the screw to secure the sensor unit.

x1

x6

F-7-18
F-7-17

Installation(Addtional Tray-B1) > Installation Procedure > Connecting to Connected Equipment

7-8

Appendix
Service Tools
General Circuit Diagram

Installation(Addtional Tray-B1) > Service Tools > Special Tools

8-2

Service Tools
Solvents and Oils
No.
1

Name
Vic Clean

Uses
Cleaning:
e.g., glass, plastic,
rubber parts,
external covers

Composition

Remarks

Hydrocarbon (fluorine Do not bring near fire.Procure


family), Alcohol,
locally.Isopropyl alcohol may
Surface activating
besubstituted.
agent, Water
T-7-1

Special Tools
None

Installation(Addtional Tray-B1) > Service Tools > Special Tools

8-2

8-3

Feed Motor

STP Move Motor

Gripper Unit Move


Motor

M3

M1

M2

Entrance Roller
Release /Stopper Shift Roller
HP Motor
Release Motor
M6
M5
M
1

M
1

CN10

Gripper Stapler
Connection
Grip Arm Sensor
Sensor
S9
S13

CN11

CN13H
CN13

CN12H
CN12

Shift Roller HP
Sensor
S2

M7

CN21

Entrance
Sensor
S1

CN31

CN15H
CN15

CN32

MT2

Entrance Roller
Release /Stopper
HP Sensor
S5

Shift Roller
Release Sensor
S3

CN19

CN16H
CN16

2
2

3
3

2
2

CN23

1
1

CN25

MT1

CN4

CN98

9 10 11 12

CN49

CN38

CN50

9 10 11 12 13 14 15

CN35

CN41

CN55

Finisher Controller PCB

CN54
2

CN53
11 10 9

CN44
3

CN39

CN94D
CN94DH

CN94L

CN47

CN52
13 12 11 10 9

9 10 11 12

TO Additional Tray

10

11

4
5

CN97

2
3

CN48

CN37

15 14 13 12 11 10 9

CN95L

12 11 1 0

9 8

10

5
6

3
4

1
2

CN3

SW1

SOLD2

9 10 11

3
2

NO

CN8

CN2
5

MT3

CN1
4

1
2

CN34

CN60

CN28

S12
Paper Surface
Sensor 2

SOLD1

Front Cover
Switch

CN29

2
2

3
1

CN26D
CN26LH

CN40

3
3

2
1

S17

1
2

Stack Tray
Lower Limit
Sensor

M11
Tray Lift Motor

1
1

2
2

3
3

Stack Tray
Paper
Sensor

S16
Stack Tray
Middle Sensor

CN45
1
1

2
2

S19

S14
Stack Tray
Clock Sensor

SW2

CN42

M10

SOLD4

Stapler HP
Sensor

S15

CN51

S18

MT4

CN43

Staple Unit

CN46

3
2

Stapler Motor

SOLD3

SOL1

SL

SOL2

Paper Lever
Drive
Stapler
Solenoid Solenoid

CN27
CN96
1

CN56

SL

MT5

CN26L

S10
Stapler Move
HP Sensor

S11
Paper Surface
Sensor 1

COM

NC

Flexible Cable Broadcast PCB


2

CN100

CN30

COM

11
1

CN99

CN95D
CN95DH

NC

CN14

Gripper Open/Close
Motor

Shift Motor
M4

Installation(Addtional Tray-B1) > General Circuit Diagram

Inner Finisher-B1

NO

Installation(Addtional Tray-B1) > General Circuit Diagram

General Circuit Diagram

S7
Gripper Unit HP
Sensor

2
2

3
3

MT6

S6
Processing Tray
Sensor

Stapler Safety
Switch

S20
1

Stapler Edging
Sensor

Stapler Sensor

8-3

8-4

Installation(Addtional Tray-B1) > General Circuit Diagram

Additional Tray Upper/Lower Limit Sensor

S21

CN58

Finisher Controller PCB

3
2
1

CN60

S23
Additional Tray Clock Sensor

3
2
1

1
2

CN6
1

10 11 12 13 14

6
8

5
7

Additional Tray Paper Sensor

S22

CN5

Additional Tray PCB

CN55

10 11 12 13

CN59
CN7

Installation(Addtional Tray-B1) > General Circuit Diagram

Additional Tray-B1

M12
Additional Tray Lift Motor

CN57

MT5

MT6

8-4