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Section 4
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Section 4: Adjustments

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Digital Image Processing.............................................. 4-97

Setting Mode/08 Codes .................................................. 4-13

Print Image Procedure ....................................................4-97


Paper Aligning ......................................................... 4-98
Print Unit ................................................................ 4-100
Scan Unit ............................................................... 4-109
Automatic Gamma ......................................................... 4-127
Gamma Curve Correction .............................................4-129
Sharpness (HPF) .......................................................... 4-131
Adjustment Mode/05 Codes .......................................... 4-133
Setting Mode/08 Codes ................................................. 4-143

System ..........................................................................4-16

Photo Conductor Process .......................................... 4-144

Formatting the HDD ....................................................... 4-16


Flash ROM and EPROM Version ....................................4-17
System PWA Flash ROM Download Procedure ..............4-18
Setting Mode/08 Codes ...................................................4-66

Charge Corona Voltage Adjustment .............................4-144


Drum to Developer Magnet Roller Gap ......................... 4-147
Adjustment Mode/05 Codes .......................................... 4-148
Setting Mode/08 Codes ................................................. 4-151

Counters........................................................................4-70

Photoconductor Exposure .......................................... 4-153

Setting Mode/08 Codes .................................................. 4-70

Image Density ...............................................................4-153


Adjustment Mode/05 Codes ..........................................4-156
Setting Mode/08 Codes ................................................. 4-158

Service Mode ..................................................................4-4


Procedure for the 05 Adjust Mode ................................... 4-4
Procedure for the 08 Setting Mode ....................................4-9
Access Control Mode ......................................................4-11

Control Panel.................................................................4-13

Document Handling.......................................................4-74
RADF Skew .................................................................... 4-74
RADF Side-to-Side Original Registration ........................4-76
RADF Height ...................................................................4-78
RADF Magnetic Catch .....................................................4-80
RADF Separation Plate ...................................................4-81
RADF Leading Edge Position (Simplex) ..........................4-83
RADF Leading Edge Position (Duplex) ...........................4-84
RADF EEPROM / Sensor Initialization ............................4-86
Adjustment Mode/05 Codes ............................................4-87
Setting Mode/08 Codes ...................................................4-88

Document Scanning ......................................................4-90


Image Skew ................................................................... 4-90
Lens Reproduction (1:1) Adjustment .............................. 4-90
Carriage 1/Carriage 2 Position Adjustment .....................4-95
Adjustment Mode/05 Codes ............................................4-96

Development .............................................................. 4-160


Doctor Blade Gap .........................................................4-160
Developer Mag Pole Position ........................................4-160
Developer Auto Toner Sensor ....................................... 4-161
Developer Bias .............................................................. 4-165
Adjustment Mode/05 Codes .......................................... 4-168

Paper Feed................................................................. 4-171


LCC Paper Sizes ..........................................................4-171
Drawer Paper Sizes ......................................................4-173
Side to Side Deviation - Paper Feed Drawers .............. 4-176
Side to Side Deviation - Stack Feed Bypass ................. 4-178
Side to Side Deviation - LCC ........................................ 4-180
Paper Aligning ...............................................................4-182
Image Registration ........................................................4-182

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Main Registration Roller Compensation ........................4-183
Adjustment Mode/05 Codes ..........................................4-184
Setting Mode/08 Codes .................................................4-187

Fuser ...........................................................................4-191
Fuser Roller Pressure (Side-to-Side) ........................... 4-191
Fuser Roller Temperature & Pressure ...........................4-193
Fuser Entrance Guide ...................................................4-196
Adjustment Mode/05 Codes ..........................................4-198
Setting Mode/08 Codes .................................................4-199

Duplexer/Copy Exit......................................................4-202
Duplex Stack Unit Side-to-Side Deviation .................... 4-202
Duplexer Pre-feed Compensation .................................4-204
Duplexer Length Guide Position Compensation ............4-205
Duplexer Width Guide Gap ............................................4-206
Duplexer Gate Roller Position .......................................4-207
Adjustment Mode/05 Codes ..........................................4-209
Setting Mode/08 Codes .................................................4-210

F565/F565S.................................................................4-211
Registration Roller Compensation ................................ 4-211
Finisher Alignment ....................................................... 4-211
Paper Stack Height Sensor ...........................................4-213
Alignment Guide Position ..............................................4-214
Staple Position (Stapler Movement Range) ..................4-216
Sort/Staple Capacity ......................................................4-219
Saddle Stitcher Folding Position ....................................4-220
Saddle Stitcher Center Position - Fine Adjustment .......4-224
Adjusting the Stitcher Stapler Anvil ...............................4-225
Paper Pushing Plate Position ........................................4-229
Adjustment Mode/05 Codes ..........................................4-231
Setting Mode/08 Codes .................................................4-232

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Service Mode
Procedure for the 05 Adjust Mode
1.
2.
3.
4.

Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys and turn the power switch ON.
Enter the Adjustment Code using the number keys.
Press the START key to view the current value.
Enter a new value using the number keys or the UP and DOWN icons when required.
If you make a mistake, press the CLEAR key to reset to the previous value prior to
pressing the SET icon or INTERRUPT key.
5. Press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key to store the new value in memory.
6. When a test copy or test print is required:
Select the paper source indicated in the adjustment.
Example: Letter/A4 100% from the LCC.
To make a test copy press the ENERGY SAVER key.
To make a test print press the 1 or 2 key as indicated in the adjustment, then press the
ENERGY SAVER key.
Note: The machine will not make a test copy until it is fully warmed up.
7. Repeat the adjustment procedure until the image is in specification.
8. Press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously to exit the 05 Adjust Mode.
Note: To prevent machine lockup after accessing any of the service modes or
diagnostic test modes; always turn the machine OFF, wait a few seconds then
turn the machine ON.
9. Turn the power switch OFF then ON, to exit the 09 Service Mode.
Note: Do not leave the machine in the 09 Service Mode for the customer to use.

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Procedure for the 05 Adjust Mode - Group 1
1. Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys and turn the power switch ON.
2. Enter the Adjustment Code using the number keys.
3. Press the START key to view the current value.
4. Enter a new value using the number keys.
If you make a mistake, press the CLEAR key to reset to the previous value prior to
pressing the SET icon or INTERRUPT key.
5. Press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key to store the new value in memory.
6. Press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test copy.
7. Press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously to exit the 05 Adjust Mode.
8. Turn the power switch OFF then ON, to exit the 09 Service Mode.
Procedure for the 05 Adjust Mode - Group 2
1. Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys and turn the power switch ON.
2. Enter the Adjustment Code using the number keys.
3. Press the START key to view the current value.
4. Enter a new value using the UP and DOWN icons.
If you make a mistake, press the RESET icon to reset to the previous value prior to
pressing the SET icon or INTERRUPT key.
5. Press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key to store the new value in memory.
6. Press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously to exit the 05 Adjust Mode.
7. Turn the power switch OFF then ON, to exit the 09 Service Mode.

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Procedure for the 05 Adjust Mode - Group 3
Note: This setting cannot be adjusted.
1.
2.
3.
4.

Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys and turn the power switch ON.
Enter the Adjustment Code using the number keys.
Press the START key to view the current value.
Press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key to exit the adjustment code.
This code is for displaying a value only. It cannot be adjusted.
5. Press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously to exit the 05 Adjust Mode.
6. Turn the power switch OFF then ON, to exit the 09 Service Mode.
Procedure for the 05 Adjust Mode - Group 4
1. Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys and turn the power switch ON.
2. Enter the Adjustment Code using the number keys.
3. Press the START key to view the current value.
4. Automatic adjustment begins.
5. Press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously to exit the 05 Adjust Mode.
6. Turn the power switch OFF then ON, to exit the 09 Service Mode.

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Procedure for the 05 Adjust Mode - Group 5
1. Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys and turn the power switch ON.
2. Select the Ledger/A3 paper drawer.
3. Enter a 2 using the number keys.
4. Press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test print.
33 degree gradation pattern generated from sub scanning.
5. Enter the adjustment code using the number keys.
6. Press the START key.
The machine will make the adjustment automatically.
7. Press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously to exit the 05 Adjust Mode.
8. Turn the power switch OFF then ON, to exit the 09 Service Mode.
Procedure for the 05 Adjust Mode - Group 6
1. Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys and turn the power switch ON.
2. Enter the Adjustment Code using the number keys.
3. Press the START key.
4. Enter the Sub-Code using the number keys.
5. Press the START key.
6. Enter the new value using the number keys.
If you make a mistake, press the CLEAR key to reset to the previous value prior to
pressing the SET icon or INTERRUPT key.
7. Press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key to store the new value in memory.
8. Press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test copy when required.
9. Press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously to exit the 05 Adjust Mode.
10. Turn the power switch OFF then ON, to exit the 09 Service Mode.

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Procedure for the 05 Adjust Mode - Group 7
1. Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys and turn the power switch ON.
2. Enter the Adjustment Code using the number keys.
3. Press the START key.
4. Enter the Sub-Code using the number keys.
5. Press the START key to view the current value.
6. Adjust the Sub-Code using the UP and DOWN icons.
7. Press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key to store the new value in memory.
8. Press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously to exit the 05 Adjust Mode.
9. Turn the power switch OFF then ON, to exit the 09 Service Mode.
Procedure for the 05 Adjust Mode - Group 8
1. Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys and turn the power switch ON.
2. Enter the Adjustment Code using the number keys.
3. Press the START key.
4. Press the SET icon to store the new value in memory.
5. Press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously to exit the 05 Adjust Mode.
6. Turn the power switch OFF then ON, to exit the 09 Service Mode.

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Procedure for the 08 Setting Mode
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Press and hold down the 0 and 8 keys and turn the power switch ON.
Enter the Setting Code using the number keys.
Press the START key to display the current value.
Enter a new value using the number keys, when applicable.
Press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key to return to store the value in memory.
Press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously to exit the 08 Setting Mode.

Note: To prevent machine lockup after accessing any of the service modes or
diagnostic test modes; always turn the machine OFF, wait a few seconds then
turn the machine ON.
7. Turn the power switch OFF then ON, to exit the 09 Service Mode.
Note: Do not leave the machine in the 09 Service Mode for the customer to use.
Procedure for the 08 Setting Mode - Group 1
1. Press and hold down the 0 and 8 keys and turn the power switch ON.
2. Enter the Setting Code using the number keys.
3. Press the START key to display the current value.
4. Enter a new value using the number keys.
If you make a mistake, press the CLEAR key to reset to the previous value.
5. Press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key to enter the new value in memory.
6. If you want to return to the first 08 Setting Mode screen to select another Setting Code,
press the CANCEL icon key.
7. Press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously to exit the 08 Setting Mode.
8. Turn the power switch OFF then ON, to exit the 09 Service Mode.
Note: Do not leave the machine in the 09 Service Mode for the customer to use.

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Procedure for the 08 Setting Mode - Group 2
1. Press and hold down the 0 and 8 keys and turn the power switch ON.
2. Enter the Setting Code using the number keys.
3. Press the START key to display the current value.
4. Enter a new value using the number keys, when applicable.
5. Press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key to return to store the value in memory.
6. Press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously to exit the 08 Setting Mode.
7. Turn the power switch OFF then ON, to exit the 09 Service Mode.
Note: Do not leave the machine in the 09 Service Mode for the customer to use.
Procedure for the 08 Setting Mode - Group 3
1. Press and hold down the 0 and 8 keys and turn the power switch ON.
2. Enter the Setting Code using the number keys.
3. Press the START key to display the 1st value.
4. Enter a new value using the number keys.
If you make a mistake, press the CLEAR key to reset to the previous value.
5. If you want to return to the first 08 Setting Mode screen to select another Setting Code,
press the CANCEL icon key.
6. Press the START key to view the 2nd value.
7. Enter a new value using the number keys.
If you make a mistake, press the CLEAR key to reset to the previous value.
8. If you want to return to the first 08 Setting Mode screen to select another Setting Code,
press the CANCEL icon key.
9. Press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key to store the new values in memory.
10. Press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously to exit the 08 Setting Mode.
11. Turn the power switch OFF then ON, to exit the 09 Service Mode.
Note: Do not leave the machine in the 09 Service Mode for the customer to use.

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Access Control Mode
Procedure to enable and disable Access Control Mode:
1. Press and hold down the 0 and 8 keys as you turn the power switch ON.
2. Enter the 08-600 Setting Code.
3. Press the START key to view the current value.
4. Enter a new value using the number keys (0=Disabled, and 1=Enabled).
If you make a mistake, press the CLEAR key to reset to the previous value.
5. Press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key to enter the new values in memory.
6. Press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously to exit the 08 Setting Mode.
7. Turn the power switch OFF then ON, to exit the 09 Service Mode.
Note: Do not leave the machine in the 09 Service Mode for the customer to use.
Procedure to register ID Codes:
1. Press and hold down the START key and 8 keys as you turn the power switch ON.
2. The ID Code entry screen _ _ _ _ will be displayed.
3. Input the ID Code.
If you make a mistake, press the CLEAR key to reset to the previous value.
4. Press the ENERGY SAVER key to enter the new ID Code in memory.
5. Press the HELP key to step to the next ID Code entry screen.
6. Enter additional codes by repeating steps 1 through 3.
A total of 40 access ID Codes can be entered.
7. Turn the power switch OFF then ON, to exit the 09 Service Mode.
Note: Do not leave the machine in the 09 Service Mode for the customer to use.

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Procedure to View and Edit ID Codes:
1. Press and hold down the START key and 8 keys as you turn the power switch ON.
2. The first ID Code will be displayed with its copy count.
3. Press the HELP key to display each ID Code and its copy count
4. To view all ID Codes, continue to press the HELP key to display each ID Code and its
copy count.
The HELP key can also be used to step to the ID Code you wish to view and then edit.
To remove an ID Code:
A. Press the CLEAR key to remove an ID Code.
B. Press the ENERGY SAVE key to save the clearing action.
To edit an ID Code copy count:
A. Press the COPY key.
B. Use the number keys to enter a new copy count or press the CLEAR key to reset the
copy count to 0.
C. Press the ENERGY SAVE key to save changes made.
5. Turn the power switch OFF then ON, to exit the 09 Service Mode.
Note: Do not leave the machine in the 09 Service Mode for the customer to use.

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Control Panel

Control Panel
Setting Mode/08 Codes
Setting Service Codes 08 Mode
Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Name

Mode

Default

Allowable
Input
Value

Contents

08 - 204

Clear control panel settings and


return to default setting time
out

ALL

0-10

0: Disabled
1 to 10: Set number x 15 seconds

08 - 220

Message display language


priority

ALL

0-2

0: English 1: French 2: Spanish


After setting the desired language, turn the
machine power OFF then ON to change the
current language in the display.
Note: The customer can change the language
from the display, by using the ADJUST
icon key.

08 - 645

Reproduction ratio in Special


Feature Modes: 2ON1, 4ON1,
and Magazine Sort.

Copier

10

0-10

08 - 646

2ON1, 4ON1, and Magazine Sort


placement of images

Copier

0-1

0: 90%
1: 91%
2: 92%
3: 93%

4: 94%
5: 95%
6: 96%
7: 97%

0: Horizontally
centers the 2 on 1
images.

8: 98%
9: 99%
10: 100%

1: Vertically centers 4
on 1 images
1

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Setting Service Codes 08 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Name

Mode

Default

Allowable
Input
Value

Contents

08 - 649

Magazine sort

Copier

0-1

0: Opening from the front of the Book


1: Opening from the back of the Book

08 - 650

2 on 1 and 4 on 1 order of image


placement

Copier

0-1

0: Forward image placement


1: Reverse image placement
Forward
1

08 - 651

Page numbering

Copier

0-3

Reverse

Hyphen
0: OFF
1: ON
2: OFF
3: ON

White area provided on black


solids for number
OFF
OFF
ON
ON

Hyphen = -1Example of Hyphen and White area:

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Setting Service Codes 08 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy
08 - 657

Sub
code
z

Mode

Annotation default direction when


the power is turned ON

Copier

Default
0

Allowable
Input
Value
0-1

Contents
0: Short edge
1234567

Name

1: Long edge
1234567

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Formatting the HDD
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Turn the main power switch OFF.


Press 0 and 8 keys simultaneously while turning the main power switch ON.
Enter Code 08-690 then press the START key.
Press the 2 key then press the INTERRUPT key in sequence.
The WAIT message is displayed.
After the WAIT message is no longer displayed turn the main power switch OFF.
After a few seconds turn the main power switch ON the HDD is now formatted and the
machine is ready for customer use.

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Flash ROM and EPROM Version


Specification:
System Logic, Main Logic and ROM versions must match values in the specifications chart.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Check the Firmware version.
2. Set code 05-488 to the corresponding value in the specifications chart.

5365/5355/5480 08 Setting Mode Code 448


System logic PWA
Flash ROM
Firmware Version

Main Logic PWA


EPROM Firmware
Version

Main Logic PWA


Paper Feed CPU
ROM Firmware
Version

Set to value

Codes not effective

0173 and lower

08 and lower

06

05-464, 05-469, 08-487

0185

08 and lower

06

05-464, 05-469, 08-487

0185

09

06

05-464

0185

09

07

Note: The 5480 starts with Firmware versions 0185, 09, and 07, set code 488 to 1

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System PWA Flash ROM Download Procedure


Specification:
Protocol specifications between the laptop PC and the
copier System PWA.
Speed

115200 bps

Data Bits

8 Bits

Parity

none

Stop Bits

1 Bit

Flow Control

None

Echo

Off

Special Tools:
Software for the laptop PC
Microsoft Windows 95
Virtual Modem
FTP server tools. (Example War FTP Daemon)
Note: The Virtual Modem and FTP programs (utilities) are available on all 5355/
5365/5480 firmware update CD ROM's from the Lanier parts department.
Hardware
Laptop computer
Null Modem Serial Cable (female DB9 to female DB9).

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System Configuration

Laptop PC

Null Modem Serial Cable

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Measurement/Adjustment:
The following instructions explain how to:
Set up your laptop PC to perform a system Flash ROM download procedure using FTP
(File Transfer Protocol).
Install a virtual modem.
Install a FTP program.
Download new firmware to the System PWA Flash ROM.
Preparing the laptop PC to use a Network.
1. Installing and configuring the Virtual Modem.
The connection between the laptop PC and the copier is made using PPP (Point-to-Point
Protocol). A dial-up networking program and a virtual modem program are required to
download new firmware to the System Flash ROM.

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2. Installation of the virtual modem program.
A. Insert the 5355/5365/5480 Service Utilities/Firmware Updates CD
ROM into your laptop PC. Click on the "Start" button, next click on
"Settings", and then click on Control Panel. In the ICON list, doubleclick on "Modems".

B. Click on the "ADD" button to open "Install New Modem Wizard".

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C. In the window What type of modem do you want to install?, click on "Other", then
click on "Next".

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D. Check "Don't detect my modem; I will select it from a list", and click on the "Next"
button. You will also see the following screen if no modem has been installed.

E. Click on the "Have Disk..." button.

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F. Click on the "Browse" button, then from the CD:
Navigate to System> Utility> Virtual
Select the file "mdmcisc2.inf"

Note: If you cannot navigate enter in the Copy manufactures files from field:
D:\System\Utility\Virtual\mdmcisc2.inf
Then click "OK".

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G. Select Virgina Tech in the Manufactures box and "Direct Connection" in the Models
box, then click the "Next" button.

H. Select "Communications Port (COM1)", then click the "Next" button.

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I. Click the "Finish" button. The Virtual Modem installation is now completed.

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J. Click on the "Close" button to close the Modem properties window.

3. Installing Dial-Up Adapter and Network Protocols.


Note: Your computer may already be set up to use a network. If Windows prompts you for a network password at
startup and/or the Network Neighborhood icon is displayed on your Windows desktop, your network is already
set up. In this case, you can skip this set of instructions and go to step 4.

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A. At the Start prompt click on "Control Panel", then double-click on the "Network" icon.

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B. In the Network dialog box click the "Configuration" tab. Confirm that "Dial-UP Adapter"
and "TCP/IP" are displayed.

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C. If your PC does not have "Dial-Up Adapter, then click the "Add" button, and then click
on "Adapter".

D. Select "Microsoft" in the Manufactures list box, and select "Dial-Up Adapter" in the
Network Adapters list box, and then click the "OK" button.

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E. Next in the Select Network Component Type window click on "Protocol", then click on
the "Add" button.

F. From the Manufactures list select "Microsoft", then from the Network Protocols list
select "TCP/IP", and then click the "OK" button. To complete the installation of the
Dial-Up Adapter and TCP/IP it may be necessary to install the Windows 95 CD.

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G. Click on "Yes" to restart your computer so that the settings are in effect.

4. Installing and configuring Dial-Up Networking.


Note: Double-click on "My Computer". If the "Dial-Up Networking" icon is in the
window skip to step 5 Using Dial-Up Networking New Connection.
A. If it is not in the window continue with these steps before going to step 5.
B. Double click on the "Control Panel" icon and then double click the "Add/Remove
Programs" icon.

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C. Click on the "Windows Setup" tab, click on "Communications"make sure it is checked
black, and then click on the "Details" button.

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D. Select all components by checking each box, then click on the "OK" button. Click on
the "OK" button on the "Add/Remove Programs Properties" window.

E. Click on "OK" in the Dial-Up networking Setup" window.

F. This will install "Dial-Up Networking on your system.


Note: You may need to insert the Windows 95 CD to complete the installation.

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G. Click on the "Yes" button in the "System Settings Change" window, to restart your
computer.

5. Using Dial-Up Networking New Connection.


A. On the Desk Top window double-click on the "My Computer" icon, then double-click
on the "Dial-Up Networking" icon.

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B. Double-click on the icon "Make New Connection".

C. In the box "Type a name for the computer you are dialing" enter a name you want to
know the 5355, 5365, or 5480 as (example 5365 copier). Select "Direct Connection"
in the box "Select a modem", and then click the "Configure" button.

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D. Click the "General" tab in the "Direct Connection Properties" box, select 115200 for
the "Maximum speed", and check "Only connect at this speed".

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E. Click the "Connection" tab, confirm that all check boxes in the "Call preferences" box
are NOT selected, and click the "Advanced" button.

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F. Confirm that all check boxes in "Advanced Connection Settings" dialog box are NOT
selected, click on the "OK" button, and then click "OK" again to return to the "New
Connection" dialog box.

G. After returning to the "Make New Connection" dialog box, click the "Next" button. For
the "Telephone number" enter #39.

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H. "Make New Connection" is now completed, click the "Finish" button.

I. Then click OK.

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Installing the FTP server program.


In the following steps you will install the software program "War FTP Daemon Version 1.65" as a FTP server on your
laptop PC.
A. Create a folder named c:\webshare.
B. Create a folder within the "webshare" folder named "FTPROOT".
C. Browse the CD and execute the "Setup.exe" file within the "WAR-FTP Daemon 1.65"
folder.
D. Enter "C:\WEBSHARE\FTPROOT" as the "Destination Path", then click on the "Next"
button.

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E. Select "Typical -This will install the typical modules for this program", then click on the
"Next" button.

F. Enter the name to be displayed in the Start menu for this program or use the default
name "WarFTPDaemon". Click on the "Next" button.

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G. Click on the "Finish" button. The program will complete the installation, then click on
the "OK" button.

H. Click on the "Start" button, then click on "Programs, next click on "War FTP Daemon",
and then click on

"War FTP Daemon".

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I. Click on "Properties", then "Security..." and then "Edit User...".

J. Under "User" click on the "Add" button.

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K. Enter dppc (in lower case letters) for the "New Name".

L. Enter dppc (in lower case letters) for the "New Password" and "Verify Password", and
click the "OK" button.

M. Select "dppc" and click the "File Access" tab. Click the "Add" button.

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N. Double-click "WEBSHARE".

O. Double-click "Ftproot", then click "OK".

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P. Change "Read", "Write", "Delete", "Execute", "List", "Create" and "Remove" from
Gray check marks to Black check marks. In the Special box check "Root", "Home"
and "Recursive" as shown. Then click "Apply" and "OK".
Note: Create and Remove cannot be checked black until Root is checked black.

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Q. Before downloading firmware make a connection by clicking on the button to set it in
the "Online" mode.

R. To exit the FTP program first set it to the "OFFLINE" mode by clicking on the
button, next click on "Properties" and then click on "EXIT".

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System Firmware Download Procedure.
1. Connecting the copier and the laptop PC.
With the copy machine power switch turned OFF remove the connector cover located at
the rear of the upper left cover.
Connect the serial null modem cable to the copier and to the laptop computer serial
connector.
2. Preparing the update files.
Copy the following update files from the CD ROM to the file folder
C:\Webshare\Ftproot.
sysfirm.tz
uidata0.tz
uidata1.tz
uidata2.tz
uidata3.tz
uidataf.tz

3. Downloading the System Firmware.


A. On the copier control panel press and hold the 3 and 9 keys down while turning the
machine power switch ON. This sets the machine in Download Service Mode 39.

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The following message is displayed on the copier display panel.


Firmware Version Up Mode
> Make a connection from PC.

B. On the laptop PC open the program WarFTPDaemon.


C. Set it in the "ONLINE" mode by clicking on the

button.

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D. Make the serial connection by opening the Dial-Up Network program on your laptop
PC. Double click on the 5365 copier icon (or the icon you created for the connection).

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E. When the "Connect To" window is displayed enter #39 for the "Phone number", then
click on "Connect".

F. On the copier display panel the following screen will be displayed when the serial
connection is successful.
Firmware Version Up Mode
Target: 1
Established serial connection with PC.
> Press START key to install new firmware.

> Please select a target with DIGITAL keys.

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G. Before updating the System FLASH ROM firmware, press the HELP key and confirm
the current version numbers of the firmware and UI data. To return to the previous
screen press the HELP key again.
Firmware Version Up Mode
Target: 1
Established serial connection with PC.
Target

Version

Code

005.101

004.001

005.002

006.001

006.001

006.003

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Target number descriptions
Target number descriptions.

Number

Description

System program data

Fixed UI data

Common UI data

1st language UI data

2nd language UI data

3rd language UI data

#1

All data 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6

#2

All UI data 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6

#3

All language data 4, 5 and 6

Version number description


The Version number is displayed as 6 digits (example: 000.001). The first 3 digits are for Major Version changes and
the last 3 digits are for Minor Version changes.

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Code - Letter and Number descriptions.


Program Data Target 1 description. (The letter code means the country).
Letter

Description

USA and Canada

European countries

Australia and Asian countries

UI Data Targets 4 through 6. (The number code means the language).


Code

Language

Japanese

American English

English

reserved

French

German

Swedish

Dutch

10

Italian

11

Spanish

12

Danish

13

Finnish

14

Norwegian

15

reserved

16

reserved

17

reserved

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H. Select the target area number using the number keys. To insert the # sign press the
INTERRUPT key prior to pressing a number key.
I. Press the START key and the copier begins updating the data.
Note: After pressing the START key do not:
Turn the power off to the copier
Turn the power off to the computer
Disconnect the connection between the copier and the computer.
Interrupting the transmission of a file will result in corrupting the copier FLASH
ROM file. When the file is corrupted, you must reinstall the data file again.
1). The display will be as follows for targets 1 - 6:
As the firmware is being update the
message will change to the following:

Firmware Version Up Mode


Target: 1
Established serial connection with PC.
> Installing a new firmware.

- reading a file.
- checking a file.
- checking the device.
- setting NvRAM flags.

- reading a file.

- writing to the device.


- verifying the device.
Note: Some messages may be displayed
for less than 1 second.

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The following screen will be displayed after the firmware is updated. In the case of targets 1 - 6, you can update each
area consecutively by pressing the START key and repeating the procedure in step G.
Firmware Version Up Mode
Target: 1
Updated data version number

Firmware version up is completed.


version: 006:517 code: U

Press START key to continue.

2). The display will be as follows for targets #1 - #3:


Firmware Version Up Mode
Target: 1
Installing a new firmware.
- reading a file.
Target

Version

installing

Code

Displays the current data area being loaded.

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In the case of Targets #1 - #3 the following screen is displayed after the downloading is completed.
Firmware Version Up Mode
Target: 1
Firmware version up completed.

Target

Version

Code

001.002

002.001

002.031

003.011

003.022

003.033

11

Updated version numbers.

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J. To stop the downloading process press the CLEAR key prior to " - erasing the device"
is displayed. "Program canceled" will then be displayed. You then must start with step
A again.
Firmware Version Up Mode
Target: 1
Program canceled.

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After the downloading is completed, turn the power switch OFF (or press the CLEAR key, "Program canceled" is
displayed, then turn the machine power switch OFF).
Firmware Version Up Mode
Target: 1
Firmware version up completed.

Target

Version

Code

001.002

002.001

002.031

003.011

003.022

003.033

11

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Error Messages
When any part of the updating has failed one of the following messages will be displayed. When this occurs perform the
recovery procedure.
ERROR MESSAGE

Firmware Version Up Mode


Target: 1

- file read error.

Failed to install a new firmware

- file information error.

> Installing a new firmware.

- unfit device.
- device erase error.

- file read error.

- device write error.


- verify error.

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Recovery Mode
After an error message is displayed turn the power switch OFF then ON again while pressing the 3 and 9 keys. The
following is then displayed.
Firmware Version Up Mode
Recovery mode: target 3-6 failed.
> make a connection from PC

Re-connect with the Dial-Up Network connection (refer to step 5), and the display changes to:
Firmware Version Up Mode
Recovery mode: target 3-6 failed.
> Press START key to install new firmware.

Press the START key to resume the normal download procedure.

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The following screens will be displayed in the Service Mode 39.


Power ON

Firmware Version Up Mode

Firmware Version Up Mode


> Make a connection from PC.

When a connection
failure occurs.

Cannot connect with PC.

Firmware Version Up Mode


Target: 1
Established serial connection with PC.
> Press START key to install new
firmwares.
> Please select a target with the Digital
keys

Change the Target number by pressing a


number key. Press the INTERRUPT key
for the # sign.

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When performing Targets 1 - 6


Firmware Version Up Mode
Target: 1

To stop the download press the


CLEAR key during "reading a file".
Firmware Version Up Mode
Program canceled.

- reading a file.

Displays the following status messages:


- reading a file.
- checking a read file.
- checking the device.

Firmware Version Up Mode


Firmware version up completed.
Version: 001.003

- setting NvRAM flags.


- erasing the device.
- writing to the device.

Established serial connection with PC.


> Press START key to continue.

Updated data version number

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When using targets #1 - #3.


Firmware Version Up Mode

Messages will change to the following:

Target: #1
Installing a new firmware.
- reading a file.
Target

Version

installing

- reading a file.
- checking a read file.
- checking the device.
- setting NvRAM flags.
- erasing the device.
- writing to the device.
- verifying the device.

Firmware Version Up Mode


Target: #1

Displays the current data being updated.


Press the CLEAR key to
cancel a download

Firmware Version Up Mode

Program canceled.

Target: #1
Firmware version up is completed.
Target

Version

Code

1
2
3
4
5
6

006.101
004.001
005.002
006.001
006.001
006.003

U
0
0
3
7
11

Version

006.101

canceled

The following screen will be displayed


when the download is successful.
Power OFF

Updated version numbers


Power OFF

Target

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When a failure of the firmware download occurs the following screens will be displayed.
Firmware Version Up Mode
Target: 1
Failed to install a new firmware.
- file read error.

When Targets 1 - 6 are selected and an error occurs


the following messages will be displayed:
- file read error.
- file information error.
- unfit device.
- device erase error.
- device write error.

Power OFF
Firmware Version Up Mode
Target: #1
Failed to install a new firmware.
- file read error.
Target

Version

Power OFF

When Targets #1 - #3 are selected and an error


occurs the following messages will be displayed:
- file read error.
- file information error.
- unfit device.
- device erase error.
- device write error.
- verify error.
- cannot set NvRAM flags.

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Setting Mode/08 Codes


Setting Service Codes 08 Mode
Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Name

Mode

Default

Allowable
Input
Value

Contents

08 - 200

Date and time setting

ALL

13 digits

Year/month/date/day/hour/minute/second
Example: 99:08:07:5:11:30:48

08 - 209

Timer for Print job start up time


from copy mode

ALL

1-10

1 to 10 Set number x 15 seconds


(Example: 3X15 = 45 seconds)

08 - 223

Copy or Printer priority mode

ALL

0-1

0: Copy Mode can interrupt the Print Mode


during a Print Job.
1: Copy Mode can not interrupt the Print
Mode during a Print Job.

08 - 250

Telephone number for CALL


FOR SERVICE

ALL

14 digits

A telephone number up to 14 digits can be


entered.
Use the HELP key to enter hyphens (-).

08 - 251

PM (Preventive Maintenance)
counter setting value

ALL

0-999999

Set the counter to the amount of copies/prints


that the customer wants to have preventive
maintenance performed at.
Note: When this counter is set to 0, the
counter in Code 08 - 252 will not count up, it
remains at 0.

08 - 252

PM (Preventive Maintenance)
counter current value

ALL

08 - 253

Error history display

ALL

08 - 300

Maximum number of copies


allowed

Copier

0-999999

Set to 0 after the PM is performed.


Note: When Code 08 - 251 is set to 0, this
counter will remain at 0.

0-2

0: 999
1: 99
2: 9

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Setting Service Codes 08 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy
08 - 488
see note 12

Sub
code
z

Name
Compatibility of the system Logic
PWA Flash ROM and the Main
Logic EPROM

Mode
ALL

Default
0

Allowable
Input
Value
0-1

Contents
To set the firmware compatibility between the
system Logic PWA Flash ROM and Main
Logic PWA EPROM

Note:
5355/5365 Production before March 2000.
Set value to: 0 (Old version)
5355/5365/5480 Production starting
April 2000. Set value to: 1 (New version)
08 - 503

Exposure priority at power ON

Copier

0-1

0: Automatic exposure
1: Manual exposure

08 - 550

Image Mode

Copier

0-2

0: Text/Photo
1: Photo
2: Text

08 - 639

Date and Time display

Copier

0-1

0: Disabled
1: Enabled

08 - 640

Data format

Copier

0 - Japan
1 - Eur
2 - USA/
others

0-2

0: 1999.10.16
1: 28.11.1999
2: 11.28.1999

08 - 680

SCSI ID setting

DSS

0-15

08 - 681

Tandem copy setting

ALL

0-1

0: Disabled
1: Enabled

08 - 690

HDD formatting (Hard Disc Drive)

ALL

2-4

2: Formatting is performed

Perform the formatting when the


HDD is replaced or the data
has been corrupted, F10 Error
code.

The power switch must be turned OFF/ON


after the WAIT message is no longer
displayed.
3: Tandem type formatted
4: Only tandem area formatted

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Setting Service Codes 08 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy
08 - 691

Sub
code
z

Name
Type of HDD (Hard Disc Drive) is
displayed

Mode
ALL

Default
-

Allowable
Input
Value
0-3

WAIT will be displayed first,


then the number of HDD type
formatted will be displayed.
Normally it will be a 2, unless it
is a new hard drive that has not
been formatted,
then it will be a 0.

Contents
0: Not formatted
1: Not used
2: DSI formatted (DSI is the type of system
interface utilized in the 5355/5365/5480).
3: Tandem type formatted
The power switch must be turned OFF/ON
after the type of HDD is displayed.

08 - 692

HDD size display

ALL

X.X GB
Example: 2.1 GB

08 - 805

Displays the value of Test Pattern


data-1

ALL

88

0-255

When the Test Pattern data-1 value does not


equal the default value of 88.

The value in this code is used in


the troubleshooting of Image
Quality Control problems.

Refer to the Section 5, Flashing Service IQC


Troubleshooting for complete information.
Do Not set to any value other than 88 or
image density problems will occur.
To enter a value press the FUNCTION CLEAR
key, a dash (-) will now be displayed in the
value on the right hand side of the display.
Key in 88, then press the START key.

08 - 900

Displays the System FLASH


ROM version for all
6 programs data

ALL

US/Canada: L300SUXXXX
Europe: L300SEXXXX
Japan: T300SJXXXX
Example: L300SU0108

08 - 903

Displays the Main Logic EPROM


version

ALL

30*M-XX
Example: 300M-07(5365/5355),
304M-01 (5480)

08 - 904

Displays the Laser Logic EPROM


version

ALL

300L-XX
Example: 300L-08

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Setting Service Codes 08 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Name

Mode

Default

Allowable
Input
Value

Contents

08 - 905

Displays the Scanner Logic


EPROM version

ALL

300S-XX
Example: 300S-060

08 - 921

Displays the System Logic


FLASH ROM Program data
version

ALL

VXXX.XXX
Example: V006.148 U

08 - 922

Displays the System Logic


FLASH ROM Fixed UI (User
Interface) data fixed area
version

ALL

VXXX.XXX
Example: V006.000 0

08 - 923

Displays the System Logic


FLASH ROM Common UI
(User Interface) data common
area version

ALL

VXXX.XXX
Example: V005.000 0

08 - 924

Displays the System Logic


FLASH ROM 1st language UI
(User Interface) data version

ALL

VXXX.XXX
Example: V010.001 3

08 - 925

Displays the System Logic


FLASH ROM 2nd language UI
(User Interface) data version

ALL

VXXX.XXX
Example: V006.000 0

08 - 926

Displays the System Logic


FLASH ROM 3rd language UI
(User Interface) data version

ALL

VXXX.XXX
Example: V004.001 11

Note 12: This code is available only for the 5480.

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Counters

Counters
Setting Mode/08 Codes
Setting Service Codes 08 Mode
Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Name

Mode

Default

Allowable
Input
Value

Contents

08 - 202

Externally installed copy counter/


control device

ALL

0-3

0: No external copy counter/control device


1: Coin controller
2: Copy key card
3: Key counter

08 - 203

Factory Running Mode

ALL

0-1

0: Factory mode

Mechanical counter does


not count and copies can
be made without the
developer unit installed.

1: Normal mode
08 - 302

Resettable Copy and Original


counter display

ALL

0-3

0: OFF (Not displayed here)


1: Resettable Copy counter
2: Resettable Original counter
3: Resettable Copy and Original counters

08 - 351

Electronic total copy/print counter

ALL

0-999999

Electronic counter counts all copies and prints,


including all test mode copies.
Note: The mechanical counter only counts the
customer copies and prints, not test
mode copies or prints.

08 - 352

Ledger/A3 double count

ALL

0-1

0: Single count (count LD or A3 copies and


prints as a 1 page)
1: Double count (count LD or A3 copies and
prints as 2 pages)

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Counters

Setting Service Codes 08 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Name

Mode

Default

Allowable
Input
Value

Contents

08 - 358

Bypass counter

ALL

0-999999

08 - 359

LCC counter

ALL

0-999999

08 - 360

Upper drawer counter

ALL

0-999999

08 - 370

Middle drawer counter

ALL

0-999999

08 - 371

Lower drawer counter

ALL

0-999999

08 - 372

Duplexer counter

ALL

0-999999

08 - 374

RADF original counter

ALL

0-999999

08 - 375

Copy job counter

ALL

0-999999

08 - 376

Print job counter

ALL

0-999999

08 - 382

LCC tray lockout counter

ALL

0-1

The LCC tray operation is disabled when there


is a problem detected with the tray raising or
lowering.
The machine logic disables the LCC tray
movement by placing a 1 in the memory at
Code 382.
To enable the LCC, set Code 382 to 0 and
determine the cause of the LCC tray
movement problem.

Copier

0-32767

When an internal problem with the HDD


occurs, an error is recorded in the memory
at Code 390.
When too many errors occur, it is then
necessary to replace the HDD.

Note: For tray lockout clearing to


take effect, set to 0, then turn
the machine power switch OFF
then ON.

08 - 390

HDD (Hard Disc Drive) error


counter
Note: Only the counter value can
be displayed. A value cannot
be entered or changed.

Each counter can be set to 0 (zero) or any


other value.
When set to 0, this will accurately record the
number of pages from each area from the
last PM or service call.
The counter information can also be supplied
to the customer for tracking the usage of an
area of the machine.

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Counters

Setting Service Codes 08 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy
08 - 393

Sub
code
z

Name
HDD (Hard Disc Drive) machine
(system) error counter

Mode

Default

Allowable
Input
Value

Copier/
Printer
(sys)

0-32767

When there is a problem communicating to the


HDD through the machine interfaces, an
error is recorded in memory code 393.
When this occurs often, the machine interface
cables and PWAs that provide
communications to the HDD must be
checked and replaced as necessary.

ALL

0-9

0: No error has occurred


1: C41 occurred once
2: C41 occurs continuously
3: C46 error
4: C43 error
5: C44 error
6: C43 error
7: C44 error
8: C45 error
9: C44 error

Note: Only the counter value can


be displayed. A value cannot
be entered or changed.
08 - 400

Thermistor status counter

Contents

Note: To clear an error code


enter 0 then press the SET icon or
INTERRUPT key.

Note: Entering a value other


than 0 will create a CALL FOR
SERVICE condition.

Note: Refer to Section 5 (Troubleshooting)


for additional information.

08 - 401

Drum counter

ALL

0-999999

Set this counter to 0 anytime the drum is


replaced.
The count is determined by the amount of time
the drum drive motor runs.

08 - 404

Developer counter

ALL

0-999999

Set this counter to 0 anytime the developer


material is replaced.
The count is the total of all copies and prints,
including all test mode copies and prints.

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Counters

Setting Service Codes 08 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy
08 - 600

Sub
code
z

Name
Electronic access code

Mode
Copier

Default
0

Allowable
Input
Value
0-1

Note: When this is enabled, it


does not provide Electronic
Access control for the Print
mode.

08 - 800

Image Density Sensor error


counter display and error
counter clearing.
Displays the number of times
when the Image Density
Sensor or the test pattern on
the drum has failed to meet
specification.

Contents
0: Disabled
1: Enabled

Note:How to set the Electronic Access


Codes is provided in the separate operators
manual that is included with the copier at the
time of shipping. The information is also
provided in this service manual.
ALL

0-16

Refer to Flashing Service IQC, Section 5,


Troubleshooting for complete information.
When the count value becomes 3 a Service
Recommended for IQC message blinks in
the display. Set this code to 0 and perform
the troubleshooting for problems with Image
Quality Control.

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Document Handling

Document Handling
RADF Skew
Specification:
The RADF must transport the original so the copied image is correctly aligned on the copy paper.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Perform the following adjustments:
Print Image
RADF Height
RADF Magnetic Catch
RADF Original Side-to-Side Registration
RADF Leading Edge Position (Simplex)
RADF Leading Edge Position (Duplex)
2. Place a Letter-R original in the RADF and make a copy.
3. Verify that the copy is within specification.
If it is not, proceed to step 4.

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Document Handling

4. If the copy is not within specifications, loosen the RADF hinges front mounting screws only enough to allow the
hinges to slide.
Direction of copy paper movement

Mounting screw

RIGHT HINGE

Image

Image skew

If the copy is skewed in the direction of example A, rotate the RADF CW. Refer to the following illustration.
If the copy is skewed in the direction of example B, rotate the RADF CCW. Refer to the following illustration.
Note: The left hinge is used as the pivot point.
5. Tighten the front mounting screw on each RADF hinge.

Mounting screw

RIGHT HINGE

6. Repeat this procedure until the specification is met.

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Document Handling

RADF Side-to-Side Original Registration


Specification:
The RADF must transport the original so the image is centered, front to rear
on the copy paper.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Check the:
RADF Skew Adjustment
2. Draw a line down the center of a blank sheet of Letter/A4 copy paper.
This sheet is now the Test Original.
3. Place the test original in the RADF, making sure that the side guides are
flush against the test original.
4. Select the LCC as the copy paper source.
5. Make a copy of the test original.
6. Measure the distance from the line on the copy paper to each end. To
meet the specification, the distances must be equal.
7. If they are not equal, proceed to step 8.

Letter/A4

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8. Loosen the screws that secure the original tray.


9. Adjust the guide to meet the specification. Move the tray to the rear
if the distance from the center of the copy to the rear edge is
smaller. Move it 1/2 of the amount of the difference of the two
distances from the center line.
10. Tighten the screws.
11. Verify that the adjustment meets the specification.
12. Repeat the procedure until the specification is met.
Original tray

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RADF Height
Specification:
The gap between the exposure glass and the RADF SPACERS equals 0~0.5mm.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Using a narrow strip of paper, place it under the RADF SPACERS
and check if it can be easily slid out.
2. If it can, then stack 5 narrow strips of paper together and place the
stack under each spacer.
3. If the stack cannot easily be pulled out then the height is correct. If
the stack can be easily pulled out then adjustment is required.

Spacers

Bottom of RADF

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4. Turn each hinge adjustment screw counterclockwise to make the gap narrower.
Adjustment screw

SPACER
5. Check the RADF Magnetic Catch.

Exposure Glass

SPACER

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RADF Magnetic Catch


Specification:
The magnetic catches should contact and be aligned with the magnet plates.
Spacers L and R should align with the exposure glass.
The space between the spacers and the exposure glass should be 0.5mm (0.002 inch) or less.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Check the RADF Height adjustment.
2. Lower the RADF onto the exposure glass.
3. Loosen each magnets 2 mounting screws and adjust the magnet height to meet the specification.
4. Tighten the mounting screws.
Mounting screws

Mounting screws

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RADF Separation Plate


Specification:
The Vertical gap between the separation mylar and the feed
roller must 0.6 2mm (0.024 inch 0.008 inch).
The Horizontal gap between the tabs of the separation mylar
and the edges of the feed roller must be 0.3mm (0.012 inch)
or more.

Tabbed separation mylar

Special Tools:
Feeler gage.
Measurement/Adjustment:
Use a feeler gage and the following procedure to adjust the
vertical and horizontal gaps between the tabbed separation
mylar and the feed roller:
Separation feed roller
1. For the Vertical gap, loosen the separation plate screws
View B
to make the adjustment.
(Looking inward from the
Vertical clearance between the edge of the separation
Jam/Access Door)
mylar and the surface of the feed roller should be 0.6
0.2mm (0.024 inch 0.008 inch).
2. Move the separation plate up/down to make the adjustment.
3. Tighten the screws.
The difference in clearance between the mylars edge and the surface of the roller (at
the front and rear of the assembly) should be 0.2mm (0.008 inch) or less.

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4. For the Horizontal gap, loosen the bracket screws to adjust the horizontal gap between
the separation mylar and the feed roller.
5. Slide the bracket right/left until the gaps are 0.3mm (0.012 inch) or more. Refer to view B.
Tabbed separation mylar

Bracket
screw

Separation plate
screws

Side View A
(Looking from the Front)

Bracket
screw
feed roller

View B

(Looking inward from


Jam/Access Door)

Tabbed separation mylar


feed roller

6. Tighten the screws.

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RADF Leading Edge Position (Simplex)


Specification:
The leading-edge of the test original paper and the test originals image on the paper, when fed onto the exposure
glass, must be in the same position on the copy as it is on the original.
Special Tools:
Lanier RADF Test Original (T1200-5468 Letter/T1200-5476 A4)
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Check the Print Image adjustments.
2. Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys simultaneously, and turn the power switch ON.
3. After confirming that AJ is displayed, key in 3, 5, and 0 then press the START key.
4. To register the original closer to the original stop, enter in a number smaller than that
displayed, and press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key.
5. If you want to stop the original at a position closer to the RADF exit, enter a number larger
than the one displayed, and press SET icon or INTERRUPT key.
Note: 1 step = approximately 1.0mm (0.04 inch). Allowable input values: 0 ~ 15
6. With an original on the original feed tray, press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test copy.
7. Compare the registration of the test copy to the original.
If incorrect, return to step 3.
If correct go to step 8.
8. After completing the adjustment, press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously to exit the 05 Adjust mode and go into the
normal copy mode.
9. Turn the machine power switch OFF then ON to exit the 09 Service Mode.
Note: Do not leave the machine in the 09 Service Mode for the customer to use.

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RADF Leading Edge Position (Duplex)


Specification:
The leading-edge of the test original paper and the test originals image on the paper, when fed onto the
exposure glass, must be in the same position on the copy as it is on the original, when using the reversing
method to position the original.
Special Tools:
Lanier RADF Test Original (T1200-5468 Letter/T1200-5476 A4)
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Check the following adjustments:
Print Image
RADF Leading Edge Position (Simplex)
2. Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys simultaneously, and turn the power switch ON.
3. After confirming that AJ is displayed, key in 3, 5, and 1 then press the START key.
4. To make the original stop at a position closer to the original stop, enter in a number
smaller than that displayed, then press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key.
5. If you want to stop the original at a position closer to the RADF exit, enter a number larger
than the one displayed, then press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key.
Note: 1 step = approximately 2mm (0.08 inch). Allowable input values: 0 ~ 15
6. Place an original on the original feed tray then press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test copy.
7. Compare the registration of the test copy to the original.
If incorrect, return to step 3.
If correct go to step 8.

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8. After completing the adjustment, press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously to exit the 05 Adjust mode and go into the
normal copy mode.
9. Turn the machine power switch OFF then ON to exit the 09 Service Mode.
Note: Do not leave the machine in the 09 Service Mode for the customer to use.

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RADF EEPROM / Sensor Initialization


Specification:
The RADF Logic PWA EEPROM must be initialized and the sensors adjusted when any one of the
sensors are replaced.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
When either the RADF logic PWA, registration/paper length sensor - S202, timing sensor - S203, or exit sensor - S206
is replaced, it is necessary to initialize the EEPROM to perform the automatic adjustment of the sensors.
Note: If the adjustment is not performed, errors (paper jams, etc.) may occur.
1. Power the machine ON in the 05 Adjustment Mode.
2. Key in Code 05-356 and press the START key.
The EEPROM initialization is performed and the sensors are automatically adjusted.
3. Press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously to exit the 05 Adjustment Mode.
4. Turn the machine power switch OFF then ON to exit the 09 Service Mode.
Note: Do not leave the machine in the 09 Service Mode for the customer to use.
5. Refer to the Troubleshooting section for error information:
03-281
03-282
03-283
03-284
03-285

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Adjustment Mode/05 Codes


Adjustment Service Codes 05 Mode
Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Group

Adjustment

Mode

Default

Range

Description

05 - 350
see note 4

RADF single sided original stop


position.

ALL

0-15

The higher the value, the more the


original is fed towards the paper
feed side of the machine.
1 step is equal to approximately 1mm
change.
Test copy can be made in 05 test
mode.

05 - 351
see note 4

RADF double sided original, side 2


stop position.

ALL

0-15

The higher the value, the more the


original is fed towards the exit side
of the machine.
1 step is equal to approximately
1mm change.
Test copy cannot be made in 05 test
mode. Press 09 to enter normal
copy mode and toggle back to 05
Mode to adjust.

05 - 356

RADF sensor automatic adjustment


and EEPROM initialization.
Press the START key, WAIT is
displayed while the automatic
adjustment is performed.

ALL

Perform RADF EEPROM


initialization when the EEPROM,
RADF logic PWA or one of the
sensors are replaced.

Note 4: Key in the value, press the SET icon to store or the CLEAR key to reset.

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Setting Mode/08 Codes


Setting Service Codes 08 Mode
Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Name

Mode

Default

Allowable
Input
Value

Contents

08 - 460

RADF reversing of transfer belt


during original feed to align
originals against the original
stop

ALL

0-1

0: Disabled
1: Enabled

08 - 461

RADF automatic detection of the


original size

ALL

0-1

0: Non-standard (Machine will not stop and


prompt operator to select copy size when
non-standard originals are used).
1: Standard (Machine will stop and prompt
operator to select copy size when nonstandard originals are used).

08 - 604

APS (Auto Paper Size)


AMS (Auto Magnification
Selection)
Mode priority at power ON

Copier

0-2

0: APS mode
1: AMS mode
2: None

08 - 607

RADF priority mode at power ON

Copier

0-1

0: START key (place originals in the tray, then


press the START key)
1: Auto Start (the machine automatically starts
copying when originals are placed 1 at a
time in the RADF)

08 - 618

Mixed size originals priority


selection

Copier

0-1

0: Same size originals


1: Mixed originals

Note:

For USA only, Letter-R


and Legal size originals can be
mixed.
For Europe, only A4 and A3 size
originals can be mixed.

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Setting Service Codes 08 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy
08 - 641

Sub
code
z

Name

Mode

Automatic sorting mode from the


RADF

Copier

Default
2

Allowable
Input
Value
0-3

Contents
0: OFF
1: STAPLE
2: SORT
3: STACK

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Document Scanning
Image Skew
See Print Image for Image Skew adjustments.

Lens Reproduction (1:1) Adjustment


Specification:
The 100% (1:1) copy made of a millimeter scale must match the millimeter scale when measured by it.

Millimeter scale

Note: This adjustment must be performed when the scanner lens unit has been removed or replaced.
Note: This adjustment is for checking that the main scanning (front to rear of copier) reproduction scale for the printer
is correct.
Note: Important! Do not disassemble the lens unit. Its internal components are integrally adjusted with the CCD unit
at the factory. If the unit is defective, replace the entire unit with a new one.

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Note: Important! Do not loosen or remove the 6 painted locked screws when replacing the lens unit! They have been
sealed at the factory.
Front

Rear

Note: When handling the unit, hold it by either end, DO NOT handle it by the center
of the unit where the factory adjustments were made.

Proper handling

Improper handling

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Special Tools:
1. Lens adjustment pins - C2089-1924 (2 required)
2. Millimeter scale
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Place the millimeter scale on the exposure glass and parallel to the original stop.
2. Make an LT/A4 100% copy.
3. Measure the copied scale with the millimeter scale that was placed on the glass.
If it does not measure exactly the same, perform the rest of this procedure.

Millimeter scale

4. Remove the exposure glass, lens cover (and damp heater unit - AH/AHP models) and
install the 2 lens unit adjusting pins into the oblong holes on the lens unit base.
Be careful not to damage the harness located under the lens base when screwing in the
pins. Do not over tighten them.
Note: Only finger tighten the pins!

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After adjusting the lens reproduction scale, be sure to adjust the deviation in the CCD
main scanning direction.
Lens adjustment pins
Scale Marks

5. Use a pencil to mark the initial position of the lens unit on the scale marks on the scanner base.
6. Then slightly loosen the 2 lens unit retaining screws located on each end of the silver lens base bracket.

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7. The lens unit can now be slid to the exit side and to the feed side and referenced to the
scale on the scanner base.
The following table shows the estimated lens unit movement from the reproduction
scale error of the copied scale.
Reproduction
Scale Error

Lens Unit Movement

0.1%

0.5mm

0.2%

1.1mm

0.3%

1.6mm

0.4%

2.1mm

0.5%

2.6mm

0.6%

3.2mm

0.7%

3.7mm

0.8%

4.2mm

0.9%

4.8mm

1.0%

5.3mm

Copied scale
is larger

Copied scale
is smaller

Note: Fine adjustment in excess of the movement indicated above should be performed using Code 05-405 (Copier
Polygonal Motor Speed Adjustment).
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.

Temporarily install the lens cover and exposure glass, make a copy and check the reproduction scale.
After making any final adjustments, tighten the 2 lens unit retaining screws to lock the lens unit in place.
Remove the lens adjusting pins.
Install the lens cover and exposure glass.
Check Polygonal Motor Speed (Fine)/ Copier Adjustment.

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Carriage 1/Carriage 2 Position Adjustment


Specification:
Carriage 2 will be in full contact with the paper feed
side frame in the scanner housing and carriage 1 will
be in full contact against it when adjustment is
complete after replacing the carriage drive cables.

Exit side frame

Carriage drive cable tension is self adjusting.


The tension on the front and rear drive cables must be
identical.
Special Tools:
Scan pulley cable holding tool (C2089-7344),
2 required.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Loosen the front and rear screws securing
Carriage 1 to the drive cable.
2. Loosen only the 2 front screws securing Carriage 2
to the drive cable.
3. Slide Carriage 2 to the right and press it against
the paper feed side frame of the scanner housing
(at A & B).
4. Tighten the 2 front Carriage 2 retaining screws.
Paper feed side frame of scanner housing
5. Slide Carriage 1 on the cables to the right and
Rear
Front
press Carriage 2 against the feed side frame
(at C & D).
6. Tighten the Carriage 1 retaining screws (1 front & 1 rear).

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Adjustment Mode/05 Codes


Adjustment Service Codes 05 Mode
Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy
05 - 310

Sub
code
z

Group

Adjustment

Mode

Default

Range

Description

Exposure lamp intensity. Set to


default value: 55

ALL

55

30-70

The exposure lamp voltage


increases or decreases
0.25V/step.

05 - 335 - 0
see note 3

Scanner acceleration curve setting


(50-59%).

ALL

0-2

0: Acceleration ratio (1)

05 - 335 - 1
see note 3

Scanner acceleration curve setting


(60-79%).

ALL

0-2

05 - 335 - 2
see note 3

Scanner acceleration curve setting


(80-95%).

ALL

0-2

05 - 335 - 3
see note 3

Scanner acceleration curve setting


(96-103%).

ALL

0-2

05 - 335 - 4
see note 3

Scanner acceleration curve setting


(104-190%).

ALL

0-2

05 - 335 - 5
see note 3

Scanner acceleration curve setting


(191-400%).

ALL

0-2

1: Acceleration ratio (2)


2: Acceleration ratio (3)
Adjustment corrects for blurs in the
leading 50mm (2 inches) of the
copy.
Set to the default values when
memory has been corrupted.
Adjust only when replacing the
scan drive motor.

Note 3: Key in Code 335 press the START key, key in the Sub Code, then press the START key. Key in the value, press SET icon to store or the CLEAR key to
reset.

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Digital Image Processing


Print Image Procedure
The order of the Print Image adjustments are provided below. They must be performed in the order listed.
Print Image Adjustments

Mode - Code

1 - Paper Alignment
Paper Drawers, Duplexer, LCC, and Bypass Paper Aligning adjustments

05-450, 05-452, 05-456, 05-455,


05-457, 05-458

2 - Print Unit
a) Main scan direction reproduction ratio. Polygonal motor speed fine adjustment
(Printer)

05-401

b) Laser starting position (front to rear of machine image registration)

05-411, 05-410

c) Sub scan reproduction ratio. Transfer belt drive motor speed fine adjustment (Printer)

05-488

d) Registration adjustments - leading edge of paper

05-443, 05-444, 05-442, 05-445


3 - Scan Unit

a) Image skew

b) Main scan reproduction ratio. Polygonal motor speed fine adjustment (Copier)

05-405

c) CCD main scanning start position deviation

05-306

d) Scanner copy length reproduction ratio adjustment

05-340

e) Leading to trailing edge image shift

05-305

f) Copy leading edge void adjustment

05-430

g) Front to Rear edge void adjustment (front & rear of machine)

05-432, 05-431

h) Copy trailing edge void adjustment

05-433

Note: When the machine is in the 05 adjustment mode, only simplex copies can be
made with the ENERGY SAVER key.

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Paper Aligning
Paper Aligning Value (Codes 05-450 to 05-458)
Specification:
The copies must have no image voids in the 50-100 mm (2-4 inch) area from the leading edge of the copy.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
Perform the following 05 Mode adjustments in the following order.

Paper Drawer

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Upper

Middle

Lower

05-450

05-452

05-456

Duplexer

LCC

Bypass

05-455

05-457

05-458

Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys and turn the power switch ON.
Press the 6, 9, 0 keys in sequence (Code 450) then press the START key.
Press the 0 and 8 keys display the current value.
Press the 1 and 5 keys to input a new value.
Press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key to store the value in memory.
Select a drawer.
Enter 1 and press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test copy.

Note: The machine will not make a test copy until it is fully warmed up.

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8. Check the copy for any image voids. Image voids will normally be 50100mm (2-4 inches) from the leading edge of the copy. If there is a
void, reduce the new value to 31 30 29 until no void occurs.
Check for paper misfeed. When the aligning value is increased, noise
caused by the paper scraping against the mylar may possibly be
increased.
9. Perform the same procedure for the Duplexer, LCC and bypass feed.
Note: When frequent paper jams occur near the aligning roller caused by
using special thin paper other than that specified, the aligning
value can be changed (reduced) as a counter measure. However,
when the aligning value is reduced excessively, this may cause the
registration to be shifted. Therefore, make sure that no registration
shifting occurs while adjusting the value.

Void

10. Press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously to exit the 05 Adjustment Mode.
11. Then turn the power switch OFF and then ON to exit the 09 Service Mode.
12. Check the Print Unit Adjustments.
Note: Do not leave the machine in the 09 Service Mode for the customer to use.

00
50-1

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Print Unit
Polygonal Motor Speed (Fine)/Printer (Code 05-401)
Specification:
The printed image width (front to rear) of the machine
must be exactly 1:1 when compared with the image of
the original.
The distance between lines 1 and 21 of the test print
must be 200 mm 0.5 mm.
Special Tools:
Millimeter scale.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Check the Paper Alignment adjustment.
Note: Paper supply: LCC, Paper size: LT/A4
2. Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys and turn the
power switch ON.
3. Enter 1 and then press the ENERGY SAVER key to
make a test copy.
4. Measure distance A, the distance between the 1st
line and 21st line from the bottom end of the test print (front side of copier).
5. To set distance A to 200mm 0.5mm, adjust as follows:
A. Enter Code 05-401 and press the START key.
B. Enter the value and press SET icon or INTERRUPT key.
Note: An increase in the set value increases the distance A.

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C. Enter 1 and then press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test copy.
D. Repeat the adjustment until specification is met.
Note: In order to make a test print, make sure the
message display indicates [100% A] after the
SET icon or INTERRUPT key is pressed, and
then enter 1 for the print mode test copy
followed by pressing the ENERGY SAVER key
to make a test print.
Note: Allowable input values are 86 to 168. The
default value is 140.
6. Perform the Laser Starting Position
adjustment.

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Laser Starting Position (Codes 05-411 and 05-410)


Specification:
The distance from the edge of the test print
paper to line 6 equals 52 mm 0.5 mm (2.0
0.020 inch).
Special Tools:

Direction of paper travel

Millimeter scale.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Check the previous Polygonal Motor
Speed (Fine)/Printer adjustment.
Note: Always perform Adjustment Code 05411 first.
Note: Paper supply: LCC, size: LT/A4

6th line
52mm

bottom edge of paper

2. Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys and turn the power switch ON.
3. Enter 1 and then press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test copy.

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4. Measure the distance B (the distance from
the bottom edge of the test print paper to
the 6th line.)
5. In order to set the distance B to 52 mm
0.5 mm (2.0 0.020 inch), adjust as follows:
A. Enter Code 05-411 and press the
START key.
B. Set the value and press the SET icon or
INTERRUPT key.
Note: Increasing the value increases the
distance B. Each increment is
0.0423mm/step.

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Direction of paper travel

6th line
52mm

bottom edge of paper

C. Enter 1 and then press the ENERGY


SAVER key to make a test copy.
D. Repeat the adjustment until specification is met.
E. Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys and turn the power switch ON.
F. Enter Code 05-410 and press the START key.
G. Enter value set in Code 05-411 and press the INTERRUPT key.
H. Turn the power switch OFF.

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6. In order to make a test print, in Code 05411 the message display must indicate
[100% A] after the SET icon or INTERRUPT
key is pressed, and then enter 1, press the
ENERGY SAVER key to make a test print.
For Code 05-411. Code 05-410 is set to the
same value set in Code 05-411.
Allowable input values are 0 to 255. The
default value is 140.
The first line may disappear.
7. Perform the Transfer Belt Drive Motor
Speed (Fine) procedure.

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Direction of paper travel

6th line
52mm

bottom edge of paper

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Transfer Belt Drive Motor Speed (Fine) (Code 05-488)


Specification:
The distance between line 5 and line 25 equals
200mm 0.5mm.
Special Tools:
Millimeter scale.

Direction of
Paper Travel

Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Check the Laser Starting Position
adjustment.
2. Follow the procedure below to make a test
print.
A. Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys
and turn the power switch ON.
Front Edge
B. Select the Ledger/A3 paper drawer.
C. Enter 1 and press the ENERGY SAVER key
3. Measure the test print copy distance A between the 5th line and 25th line on the front edge.

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4. To adjust the distance A to 200mm


0.5mm:
Note: The allowable input values are 1 to 255.
The default value is 130.
A. Enter Code 05-488 and press START.
B. Enter the value and press the SET icon
or INTERRUPT key.

Direction of
Paper Travel

Note: An increase in the value lengthens the


distance A.
Each increment is 0.25mm/step.
C. Enter 1 and press the ENERGY SAVER
key to make a test print.

Front Edge

Note: The message display must indicate [100% A] after the SET icon or
INTERRUPT key is pressed.
5. Perform the next adjustment.

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Leading Edge Registration - (Paper) (Codes 05-442, 05-444, 05-445, and 05-443)
Specification:
The distance from the papers leading edge to line 6
on the test image equals 52 mm + 0.5 mm.
Special Tools:
Paper travel direction

Millimeter scale.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Check the Transfer Belt Drive Motor Speed
(Fine) adjustment.

Front edge

2. Perform the adjustments in the order listed.


Adjustment Order

Code

Paper size

LCC

05-443

LT/A4

Middle/lower Drawer

05-444

LD/A3

Duplexer

05-445

LD/A3

Bypass Feed

05-442

LD/A3

3. Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys and turn the power switch ON.
4. Enter 1 and press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test print.
5. Measure the distance B the distance from the front edge of the test print paper to the 6th line.

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6. To change distance B to 52mm 0.5mm (2.0


0.020 inch), adjust as follows:
Note: Increasing the value increases distance B
and the blank space at the leading edge (each
increment is 0.5 mm/step or 0.080 inch/step).

Paper travel direction

A. Enter the code and press START.


B. Enter a value and press the SET icon or
INTERRUPT key.
Note: For Codes 05-442, 05-444 and 05-445, the
adjustment range is 1 to 15 and the default
value is 8.
For Code 05-443 (LCC): The adjustment range
is 0 to 40 and the default value is 20.
All LCC (Code 05-443) values become the reference for adjustment values.
Therefore, follow the adjustment order listed.
For Code 05-445, a test print cannot be made until the SET icon or the
INTERRUPT key has been pressed.
C. Enter 1 and press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test print.
Note: To make a test print, the message display must indicate [100% A] after the
SET icon or INTERRUPT key is pressed
Note: The first line in the main scanning direction may not be printed depending on
the initial setting for the leading edge void.
7. Check the Scan Unit Adjustments.

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Scan Unit
Image Skew - Optics (Non-rectangular image)
Specification:
The image on the copy must have 90
corners.
Special Tools:

Direction of the copy paper movement

Step 1

None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Check the Leading Edge
adjustment.
2. Make a LD/A3-size copy.
3. Remove the exposure glass.
(Adjustment order: Perform step 1
then step 2)
Step 1
In case of A: Turn the mirror-2
adjustment screw (CCW).
In case of B: Turn the mirror-2
adjustment screw (CW).

Direction of the copy paper movement

Step 2

Step 2
In case of C: Turn the mirror-1 adjustment screw (CCW).
In case of D: Turn the mirror-1 adjustment screw (CW).
Note: CW = Clockwise
CCW = Counterclockwise

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4. Coat the screws exposed thread with Loc-Tight after performing the image skew
adjustment.

Apply Loc-Tight in this area

5. Check the Image Skew - Original Stop adjustment.

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Image Skew - Original Stop (Non-rectangular image)


Specification:
The image on the copy must have 90 corners.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Check the Image Skew - Optics adjustment.
2. If image skew occurs with edges of original properly aligned with the original stop, adjust original stop on the front
side
Direction of the copy paper
movement
Image

Direction of the copy paper


movement

Paper
A

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3. In the case of A, move the Original Stop in the direction
indicated by
.
4. In the case of B, move the Original Stop in the direction
indicated by
.
5. Check the Polygonal Motor Speed (Fine)/Copier adjustment.

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Polygonal Motor Speed (Fine)/Copier (Code 05-405)


Specification:
The width of the copied image is 1:1 with the original (not stretched or compressed).
Adjustment range: 86 to 168.
Default value: 120
Special Tools:
Millimeter Scale.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Check the Image Skew - Original Stop adjustment.
2. Place the scale on the exposure glass as
shown below (parallel to the original stop), and
make a LT/A4 100% test copy from the LCC.
3. Measure and compare the copy of the scale to
Paper Travel
the scale.
4. Measure 200mm between the 10mm and
210mm marks.
If they do not match, go to step 5.
Use the procedure below to adjust the interval
between 10 mm and 210 mm on the scale to
200 0.5 mm.
5. Enter Code 05-405 on the number keys and
press the START key.
6. Input new value and press the SET icon or
INTERRUPT key.

0mm
0mm

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Increasing the value increases the distance 0.1mm/step.


7. Press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test copy.
To make a test copy, make sure that the message display indicates [100% A] after the
SET icon or INTERRUPT key is pressed.
8. Check the CCD Main Scanning Start Position Deviation Adjustment.

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CCD Main Scanning Start Position Deviation Adjustment - Code 05-306


Specification:
The distance A must equal 100mm 1mm. The adjustment range is 0 to 90. The default value is 45.
Note: Increasing the value makes the image shift to the front of the machine by 0.169mm/step.
Special Tools:
Millimeter scale.
Measurement/Adjustment:
Front edge of copy
1. Check the Polygonal Motor Speed (Fine)/Copier
adjustment.
2. Place the scale on the exposure glass with its 0 mm end
aligned with the REAR Ledger/A3 line on the original stop
scale, and its side against the stop.
3. Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys and turn the power
switch ON.
4. Select Letter/A4 100% from the LCC.
5. Press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test copy.

Direction of paper travel

Note: The machine will not make a test copy until it is fully
warmed up.
6. Measure the distance A (as shown in the illustration) for
the correct specification.
7. If the copy does not meet the specification, go to step 8
and perform the adjustment.

A = 100mm

Copied scale

Front edge of copy

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8. Enter Code 05-306.


9. Press the START key.
10. Use the number keys to enter a new adjustment value.
If you make a mistake while entering the number, press the CLEAR key to reset it back to the previous value.
11. Press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key to store the value in memory.
12. Press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test copy.
13. Repeat the adjustment procedure until the image is in specification.
14. Press the 0 and 9 keys together to exit the 05 Adjustment Mode.
15. Then turn the power switch OFF and then ON to exit the 09 Service Mode.
Note: Do not leave the machine in the 09 Service Mode for the customer to use.
16. Check the Scanner Copy Length Reproduction Ratio adjustment.

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Scanner Copy Length Reproduction Ratio - Code 05-340


Specification:
Copy length (image) must be 1:1. The copied 200mm must match the 200mm of the scale. The adjustment range is 0 to
255. The default value is 128.
Note: Increasing the value decreases the length of the copy by 0.1mm/step.
Special Tools:
Millimeter scale.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Check the CCD Main Scanning Start Position Deviation Adjustment.
2. Place scale on the exposure glass with its 0
mm end against the stop
3. Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys and turn
the power switch ON.
4. Select Letter/A4 100% from LCC.
5. Press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test
copy.
Note: The machine will not make a test copy until
it is fully warmed up.
6. Measure the copied scale from the 10mm mark
to the 210mm mark.
It should measure 200mm 0.5mm.

Direction of paper travel

0mm

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7. If it does not meet the specification, go to step 8
and perform the adjustment.
8. Enter Code 05-340.
9. Press the START key.
10. Use the number keys to enter a new
adjustment value.
If you make a mistake while entering the
number, press the CLEAR key to reset it back
to previous value.
11. Press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key to store
the value in memory.
12. Press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test
copy.
13. Repeat the adjustment procedure until the
image is in specification.
14. Press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously to exit
the 05 Adjustment Mode.
15. Then turn the power switch OFF and then ON
to exit the 09 Service Mode.

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Direction of paper travel

0mm

Note: Do not leave the machine in the 09 Service Mode for the customer to use.
16. Check the Copy Leading Edge Image Position adjustment.

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Copy Leading Edge Image Position - Code 05-305


Specification:
Image starting position must be 2mm ahead of the paper. The adjustment range is 0 to 255. The default value is 24.
Note: Increasing the value moves the image toward the trailing edge of the paper by 0.22mm/step.
Special Tools:
Millimeter scale
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Check the Scanner Copy Length Reproduction Ratio adjustment.
2. Place the scale on the exposure glass with its leading
edge against the original stop.
3. Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys and turn the power
switch ON.
4. Enter Code 05-430 and set its value to 0.
5. Select Letter/A4 100% from the LCC.
6. Press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test copy.

Direction of paper travel

Edge of paper

Note: The machine will not make a test copy until it is fully
warmed up.
7. Check the scale on the copy to see if the 2mm mark is
aligned with the edge of the paper.
If it does not meet the specification, go to step 8 and
perform the adjustment.

Scale is copied starting at 2mm

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8. Enter Code 05-305.
9. Press the START key.
10. Use the number keys to enter a new adjustment value.
If you make a mistake while entering the number, press
the CLEAR key to reset it back to the previous value.
11. Press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key to store the value
in memory.
12. Press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test copy.
13. Repeat the adjustment procedure until the image is in
specification.
14. When the adjustment is finished, enter Code 05-430 and
set its value to the original value.
15. Press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously to exit the 05
Adjustment Mode.
16. Then turn the power switch OFF and then ON to exit the
09 Service Mode.

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Direction of paper travel

Edge of paper

Note: Do not leave the machine in the 09 Service Mode for the customer to use.
17. Check the Leading Edge Void adjustment.

Scale is copied starting at 2mm

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Leading Edge Void - Code 05-430


Specification:
The void at the leading edge of the copy must equal 3mm 0.5mm. The adjustment range is 0 to 255.
The default value is 24.
Note: When the value is set to 0, the minimum void is 2mm.
An increase in the value increases the void 0.0423mm/step.
Special Tools:
Millimeter scale.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Check the Copy Leading Edge Image Position adjustment.
2. Raise the RADF up (to make a black out copy).
3. Select Letter/A4 100% from the LCC.
4. Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys and turn the
power switch ON.
5. Press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test copy.
Note: The machine will not make a test copy until
it is fully warmed up.

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6. Check the leading edge void for the correct specification.
7. If it does not meet the specification go to step 8 and perform the
adjustment.
8. Enter Code 05-430.
9. Press the START key.
10. Use the numeric keys to enter a new adjustment value.
11. Press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key to store the value in memory.
12. Press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test copy.
13. Check the copy against the specification
If it meets the specification, continue to step 14.
If it does not meet the specification, return to step 6 and repeat the procedure.
14. Press the 0 and the 9 keys simultaneously to exit the 05 Adjustment Mode.
15. Turn the power switch OFF then ON to exit the 09 Service Mode.
Note: Do not leave the machine in the 09 Service Mode for the customer to use.
16. Check the Front to Rear Void adjustment.

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Front to Rear Void - Codes 05-432 & 05-431


Specification:
The void on the copy at the front and rear of the machine must equal to 2mm 0.5mm. The combination of the voids at
the front and rear of the machine should equal 4mm 1mm. The adjustment range is 0 to 255. The default value is 0.
Special Tools:
Millimeter scale.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Check the previous Leading Edge Void adjustment.
2. Raise the RADF up (to make a black out copy).
3. Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys and turn the power switch ON.
4. Select Letter/A4 100% from the LCC.
5. Press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test copy.

Direction of paper travel

Note: The machine will not make a test copy until it is fully warmed up.
6. Check the void on the copy at the front of the machine for the correct
specification.
7. If it does not meet the specification, go to step 8 and perform the
adjustment.
8. Enter Code 05-432 for front void.
9. Press the START key.

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10. Use the number keys to enter a new adjustment value.


If you make a mistake while entering the number, press the CLEAR
key to reset it back to the previous value.
Note: Increasing the value increases the void by 0.0423mm/step.
11. Press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key to store the value in memory.
12. Press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test copy.
13. Check the copy and repeat the adjustment procedure until the front
2mm
void is in specification.
14. Enter Code 05-431.
15. Press the START key.
16. Use the number keys to enter a new adjustment value.
If you make a mistake while entering the number, press the CLEAR key to reset it back
to the previous value.
Note: Increasing the value increases the void by 0.0423mm/step.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.

Press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key to store the value in memory.
Press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test copy.
Check the copy and repeat the adjustment procedure until the rear void is in specification.
Press the 0 and 9 keys together to exit the 05 Adjustment Mode.
Turn the power switch OFF and then ON to exit the 09 Service Mode.

Note: Do not leave the machine in the 09 Service Mode for the customer to use.
22. Check the Trailing Edge Void adjustment.

Direction of paper travel

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Trailing Edge Void Adjustment - Code 05-433


Specification:
The void at the leading edge must equal to 3mm 0.5mm. The adjustment range is 0 to 255. The default value is 24.
Note: Increasing the value increases the void by 0.0423mm/step.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Check the Front to Rear Void adjustment.
2. Raise the RADF up (to make a black out copy).
3. Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys and turn the power switch ON.
4. Select Letter/A4 100% from the LCC.
5. Press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test copy.

Direction of paper travel

Note: The machine will not make a test copy until it is fully warmed up.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Check the trailing edge void for the correct specification.


If it does not meet the specification, perform the adjustment.
Enter Code 05-433.
Press the START key.

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10. Use the number keys to enter a new adjustment value.
If you make a mistake while entering the number, press the CLEAR key to
reset it back to the previous value.
11. Press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key to store the value in memory.
12. Press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test copy.
13. Repeat the adjustment procedure until the image is in specification.
14. Press the 0 and 9 keys together to exit the 05 Adjustment Mode.
15. Then turn the power switch OFF and then ON to exit the 09 Service Mode.
Note: Do not leave the machine in the 09 Service Mode for the customer to use.

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Direction of paper travel

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Automatic Gamma
Specification:
The correct gamma curves are contained in the programmed logic. The automatic gamma adjustment corrects any
errors that may have developed.
Special Tools:
Machine Generated Gradation Test Original (Diagnostic Code 04)
Measurement/Adjustment:
Note: The automatic gamma adjustment must be performed only after the Print Image adjustments
and then the Image Density adjustments, have been performed.
When the tone reproduction deviation is too high or low, it can be corrected by
performing the automatic gamma adjustment.
When any of the following parts are replaced, check the Automatic Gamma adjustment.

Halogen exposure lamp


Exposure glass with shading sheet
Lens/CCD unit
Laser optical system unit
Optical system position (CRG1, CRG2 position)
Mirror 1, 2, 3
Reflector
Drum
Developer
Charge Corona
Development bias
Transfer Supply

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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Check the Print Image adjustments.


Check the Image Density adjustments.
Turn the power switch ON with 0 and 5 pressed.
Select A3 or LD paper for the output paper size.
Press the 0 and 2 keys and then ENERGY SAVER key. One 33-gradation pattern copy is
output.
6. Confirm that there is no blank or line on the gradation pattern output in the above step
and the density changes gradually. If there is any problem in the gradation pattern, repeat
step 5 to output a gradation pattern again.
7. Place the dense side of the output gradation pattern face down against the original stop,
at the exit side.
Note: An error code will be generated if the test pattern is not paced on the exposure
glass. If the light side of the test pattern is placed against the original stop, no error
code will occur, but the auto adjustment procedure will be performed incorrectly.
8. Input the Code 05-580 through the control panel and press the START key. (The scanner
automatically reads the original and the operation for the automatic gamma adjustment
will be done in approximately 10 seconds.)
9. When the operation completes normally, the machine returns to the stand-by status. If the
operation terminates abnormally, TEST MODE ERROR will be displayed. (See the
indication on the next page.) For the abnormal termination, press the C key to reset the
error indication. When reset, the display on the control panel returns to the stand-by
status. Check the position, direction and skew of the graduated test original on the
exposure glass, and repeat the steps 7-9.

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Gamma Curve Correction


Specification:
The gamma curve is factory set. The default setting is (0). This is the same setting as 5 in the range settings. The
default value range is 0 = 5. The range of values is 1 - 9.
The darkness of the image can be changed to meet the copy quality requirements of the customer.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Press the 0 and 5 keys simultaneously, while turning the main power switch ON.
2. Enter the desired code(s) below for the Mode/05 that need adjustment:
05-593 - Text/Photo mode
05-594 - Photo mode
05-595 - Text mode
3. Press the START key.
4. Input the new value.
Note: If you make a mistake, press the CLEAR key to reset to the previous value.
5. Press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key to store the new value in memory.
Note: The larger the setting, the darker the image.
6. Place an original on the exposure glass.
7. Press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test copy.
If the change in the image darkness due to gamma curve correction is correct, go to step 8.
If additional changes are required, return to step 2.

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8. Press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously to exit the 05 Service Code.
9. Turn the main power switch OFF then ON to exit the 09 Service Code.
Note: Do not leave the machine in the 09 Service Mode for the customer to use.

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Sharpness (HPF)
Specification:
The default HPF (High Pass Filter) values are pre-programmed into logic.
Adjust if necessary to meet the customers copy quality requirements.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys simultaneously and turn the main power switch ON.
2. Enter the desired code in the 05 Mode to adjust HPF to meet the customers needs:
05-620 -Text/Photo mode
05-621 - Photo mode
05-622 - Text mode
Default Range
620

0-99

621

0-99

622

0-99

1st digit: 1 (fixed): Text/Photo


2 (fixed): Photo
3 (fixed): Text
2nd digit:

0: Default value used


1-9: Increasing the strength setting enhances the image sharpness

3. Press the START key.

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4. Input a new value.


Note: If you make a mistake, press the CLEAR key to reset to the previous value.

Code No.

100%

XXX

LT

TEST MODE
Current entered adjustment value

YYY

ZZZ

Entered adjustment value


(If no change, enter YYY)

5. Press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key to store the new value in memory.
6. Place an original on the exposure glass.
In the adjust mode:
Only one copy of single-sided originals can be made.
Duplex copying and memory copying cannot be carried out.
Test copies can not be made until the machine is warmed up.
7. Press the ENERGY SAVER key to obtain a test copy.
If the HPF setting change is correct, go to step 8.
If additional change is required, return to step 2.
8. Press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously to exit the 05 Adjustment Mode.
9. Turn the main power switch OFF then ON to exit the 09 Service Mode.
Note: Do not leave the machine in the 09 Service Mode for the customer to use.

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Adjustment Mode/05 Codes


Adjustment Service Codes 05 Mode
Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy
05 - 305

Sub
code
z

Group

Adjustment
Leading to trailing edge image shift.
Scanner (sub scan) start position
deviation.

Mode
ALL

Default
128

Range
0-255

Description
When the value is increased by 1,
the image shifts approximately
0.22mm towards the papers
trailing edge.
When the value is increased by 1,
the image shifts approximately
0.22mm towards the papers
trailing edge. When making this
adjustment set code 430 to 0, after
completing the adjustment reset to
original value.
See Scan Unit in the Print Image
adjustments.

05 - 306

CCD main scanning start position


deviation.

ALL

45

0-90

When the value is increased by 1,


the image shifts approximately
0.0423mm towards the front side
of the paper (machine).
See Scan Unit in the Print Image
adjustments.

05 - 340
see note 4

Scanner copy length reproduction


ratio adjustment.

Copier

128

0-255

Adjust the length of the copy image


to 1:1 so that it is not stretched or
compressed. Use a millimeter
scale and Ledger/A3 paper to
adjust.
Increasing the value decreases the
length 0.05%/step (0.1mm/step)
See Scan Unit in the Print Image
adjustments.

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Adjustment Service Codes 05 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy
05 - 401
see note 4

Sub
code
z

Group

Adjustment
Polygonal motor fine adjustment.
The adjustment value is effective
within the range of 86 to 168.

Mode
Printer

Default
128

Range
0-255

Description
Adjust the width of the printed image
(front to rear) to 1:1, so that it is not
stretch or compressed. When the
value is increased by 1, the width
reproduction ratio is enlarged by
approximately
0.05% (0.1mm/step).
After setting the value select LT/A4
paper, select 1, then press the
ENERGY SAVER key to make the
test print.
See Print Unit in the Print Image
adjustments

05 - 405
see note 4

Polygonal motor fine adjustment.

Copier

120

0-255

Adjust the width of the copied image


(front to rear) to 1:1 so that it is not
stretched or compressed. When
the value is increased by 1, the
width reproduction ratio is
enlarged by approximately 0.05%
(0.1mm/step).
After setting the value select LT/A4
paper, then press the ENERGY
SAVER key to make the test copy.
See Scan Unit in the Print Image
adjustments.

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Adjustment Service Codes 05 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Group

Adjustment

Mode

Default

Range

05 - 410

Laser starting position (front to rear


machine image registration main
scanning direction).
After adjusting Code 05 - 411, set
410 to the same value set in
the code 411, press the SET key
to store in memory or the CLEAR
key to reset.

Copier

140

0-255

05 - 411
see note 4

Laser starting position (front to rear


image registration main scanning
direction).

Printer

140

0-255

05 - 430
see note 4

Copy leading edge void adjustment.

Copier

24

0-255

Description
Always perform Code 05 - 411 first,
then set the value of Code 410 to
the value set in Code 05 - 411.
When the value is increased by "1",
the image on the drum is shifted by
0.0423mm to the rear of the copier
(main scanning direction.)
See PrintUnit in the Print Image
adjustments before performing this
adjustment.
Increasing the value by 1 increases
the void by approximately
0.04233mm.
See Scan Unit in the Print Image
adjustments.

05 - 431
see note 4

05 - 432
see note 4

Copy top edge void adjustment


(rear of machine). Top of copy LT/
A4 or right side edge of ST-R/A5R, LT-R/A4-R, Legal/B4 and
Ledger/A3.

Copier

Copy bottom edge void adjustment


(front of machine). Bottom of
copy LT/A4 or left side edge of
ST-R/A5-R, LT-R/A4-R, Legal/B4
and Ledger/A3.

Copier

0-255

Increasing the value by 1 increases


the void by approximately
0.04233mm.
See Scan Unit in the Print Image
adjustments.

0-255

Increasing the value by 1 increases


the void by approximately
0.04233mm.
See Scan Unit in the Print Image
adjustments.

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Adjustment Service Codes 05 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Group

Adjustment

Mode

Default

Range

Description

05 - 433
see note 4

Copy trailing edge void adjustment.

Copier

30

0-255

Increasing the value by 1 increases


the void by approximately
0.04233mm.

05 - 435
see note 4

Printed page leading edge void


adjustment.

Printer

24

0-255

Increasing the value by 1 increases


the void by approximately
0.04233mm.

05 - 436
see note 4

Printed page top edge void


adjustment (rear of machine).
Top of printed page LT/A4 or right
side edge of ST-R/A5-R LT-R/A4R, Legal/B4 and Ledger/A3.

Printer

0-255

Increasing the value by 1 increases


the void by approximately
0.04233mm.

05 - 437
see note 4

Printed page bottom edge void


adjustment (front of machine).
Top of printed page LT/A4 or left
side edge of ST-R/A5-R LT-R/A4R, Legal/B4 and Ledger/A3.

Printer

0-255

Increasing the value by 1 increases


the void by approximately
0.04233mm.

05 - 438
see note 4

Printed page trailing edge void


adjustment.

Printer

0-255

Increasing the value by 1 increases


the void by approximately
0.04233mm.

05 - 442
see note 4

Bypass registration adjustment.


Image on drum to papers' leading
edge.

ALL

0-15

Increasing the value by 1 shifts the


image on the paper by
approximately 0.5mm towards the
papers' leading edge.
Increasing the value makes the
paper arrive later.
See Print Unit in the Print Image
adjustments

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Digital Image Processing

Adjustment Service Codes 05 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy
05 - 443
see note 4

Sub
code
z

Group

Adjustment
LCC registration adjustment. Image
on the drum to the papers'
leading edge.

Mode
ALL

Default
15

Range
0-40

Description
Increasing the value by 1 shifts the
image on the paper by
approximately 0.5mm towards the
papers' leading edge.
Increasing the value makes the
paper arrive later.
See Print Unit in the Print Image
adjustments

05 - 444
see note 4

Drawer registration adjustment.


Image on the drum to the papers'
leading edge.

ALL

0-15

Increasing the value by 1 shifts the


image on the paper by
approximately 0.5mm towards the
papers' leading edge.
Increasing the value makes the
paper arrive later.
See Print Unit in the Print Image
adjustments

05 - 445
see note 4

Duplexer registration adjustment.


Image on the drum to the papers'
leading edge.

ALL

0-15

Increasing the value by 1 shifts the


image on the paper by
approximately 0.5mm towards the
papers' leading edge.
Increasing the value makes the
paper arrive later.
See Print Unit in the Print Image
adjustments

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Digital Image Processing

Adjustment Service Codes 05 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Group

Adjustment

Mode

Default

Range

Description

Note: Set codes 450 ~ 458 to the default value. Adjust only when there is a problem feeding to the registration rollers because of worn
feed rollers. Be sure to set the codes back to the default values after replacing worn rollers.
05 - 450 - 0
see note 5

Upper drawer paper alignment


(buckle) at the main registration
roller. Paper length 330mm and
longer.

ALL

14

0-31

05 - 450 - 1
see note 5

Upper drawer paper alignment


(buckle) at the main registration
roller. Paper length 220mm to
329mm.

ALL

0-31

05 - 450 - 2
see note 5

Upper drawer paper alignment


(buckle) at the main registration
roller. Paper length 219mm and
less.

ALL

0-31

05 - 452 - 0
see note 5

Middle drawer paper alignment


(buckle) at the main registration
roller. Paper length 330mm and
longer.

ALL

0-31

05 - 452 - 1
see note 5

Middle drawer paper alignment


(buckle) at the main registration
roller. Paper length 220mm to
329mm.

ALL

0-31

05 - 452 - 2
see note 5

Middle drawer paper alignment


(buckle) at the main registration
roller. Paper length 219mm and
less.

ALL

0-31

Increasing the value by 1 increases


the aligning (buckle) by 0.9mm.
See Paper Aligning in the Print
Image adjustments

Increasing the value by 1 increases


the aligning (buckle) by 0.9mm.
See Paper Aligning in the Print
Image adjustments

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Digital Image Processing

Adjustment Service Codes 05 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy
05 - 455

Sub
code
z

Group

Adjustment
Duplexer paper alignment (buckle)
at the main registration roller.

Mode
ALL

Default
10

Range
0-31

Description
Increasing the value by 1 increases
the aligning (buckle) by 0.9mm.
See Paper Aligning in the Print
Image adjustments

05 - 456 - 0
see note 6

Lower drawer paper alignment


(buckle) at the main registration
roller. Paper length 330mm and
longer.

ALL

0-31

05 - 456 - 1
see note 6

Lower drawer paper alignment


(buckle) at the main registration
roller. Paper length 220mm to
329mm.

ALL

0-31

05 - 456 - 2
see note 6

Middle drawer paper alignment


(buckle) at the main registration
roller. Paper length 229mm and
less.

ALL

0-31

05 - 457
see note 7

LCC paper alignment (buckle) at


the main registration roller.

ALL

16

0-31

Increasing the value by 1 increases


the aligning (buckle) by 0.9mm.
See Paper Aligning in the Print
Image adjustments

Increasing the value by 1 increases


the aligning (buckle) by 0.9mm.
See Paper Aligning in the Print
Image adjustments

05 - 458
see note 7

Bypass feed paper alignment


(buckle) amount at the main
registration roller.

ALL

14

0-31

Increasing the value by 1 increases


the aligning (buckle) by 0.9mm.
See Paper Aligning in the Print
Image adjustments

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Digital Image Processing

Adjustment Service Codes 05 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy
05 - 487
see note 9

Sub
code
z

Group

Adjustment

Mode

Default

Copier

Transfer belt drive motor motor speed fine adjustment.

Printer

132

0-255

05 - 580

Image mode automatic gamma


adjustment for error diffusion.
The TEST PRINT must be on the
exposure glass or an ERROR will
occur.

Copier

None

None

Automatically corrects the image


quality after reading the test print
pattern.
Before performing this adjustment
refer to the complete adjustment.

05 - 593

Image mode gamma data slope


correction.
Data adjustment for gamma
correction.

Copier
(Text/
Photo)

0-9

Increasing the value darkens the


image.

Image mode gamma data slope


correction.
Data adjustment for gamma
correction.

Copier
(Photo)

Image mode gamma data slope


correction.
Data adjustment for gamma
correction.

Copier
(Text)

05 - 594

05 - 595

0-255

Description

Transfer belt drive motor speed fine


adjustment.
Perform all of the Print Image
adjustments, when codes 488
and 405 are performed code 487
is automatically adjusted.

05 - 488
see note 9

128

Range

0-9

Increasing the value by 1 increases


the motor speed by 0.127%
(0.254mm/step).
Refer to the Print Unit in the Print
image adjustments before
performing this adjustment.

0: Default value is the center value


(same as set value 5).
1-9: Slope correction (the higher the
value, the darker the image
becomes).

0-9

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Digital Image Processing

Adjustment Service Codes 05 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy
05 - 620

Sub
code
z

Group

Adjustment
*HPF strength setting.
Normally set it to 1, this places the
filtering in the optimum range of
the Text/Photo mode.

Mode
Copier
(Text/
Photo)

Default
1

* High Pass Filter (sharpness)


*HPF strength setting.
Normally set it to 2, this places the
filtering in the optimum range of
the Photo mode.

When the value is set too high the


Moire pattern may occur.
* High Pass Filter (sharpness)

Note 4: Key in the value, press the SET icon to store or the CLEAR key to reset.

Right hand digit (2nd digit entered):


1: Text/Photo (fixed at optimum
level) do not enter values other
than 1 for the right hand digit.
Left Hand digit (1st digit entered):
0: Default is used
1-9: Increasing the value setting
enhances the image sharpness.
Only Set to these values:
1, 11, 21, 31, 41, 51, 61, 71, 81, 91

Right hand digit (2nd digit entered):


2: Photo (fixed at optimum level) do
not enter values other than 2 for
the right hand digit.
Left Hand digit (1st digit entered):
0: Default is used
1-9: Increasing the value setting
enhances the image sharpness.
Only Set to these values:
2, 12, 22, 32, 42, 52, 62, 72, 82, 92

Copier
(Text)

Right hand digit (2nd digit entered):


1: Text (fixed at optimum level) do
not enter values other than 3 for
the right hand digit.
Left Hand digit (1st digit entered):
0: Default is used
1-9: Increasing the value setting
enhances the image sharpness.
Only Set to these values:
3, 13, 23, 33, 43, 53, 63, 73, 83, 93

* High Pass Filter (sharpness)


*HPF strength setting.
Normally set it to 3, this places the
filtering in the optimum range of
the Text mode.

1 Right
digit

Copier
(Photo)

When the value is set too high the


Moire pattern may occur.

05 - 622

Description

0-9 Left
digit

When the value is set too high the


Moire pattern may occur.

05 - 621

Range

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Digital Image Processing

Note 5: Key in Code 450 or 452 press the START key, key in the Sub Code, then press the START key. Key in the value, press SET icon to store or the CLEAR
key to reset.
Note 6: Key in Code 456 press the START key, key in the Sub Code, then press the START key. Key in the value, press SET icon to store or the CLEAR key to
reset.
Note 7: Key in the value, press the SET icon to store or the CLEAR key to reset.
Note 9: Key in the value, press the SET icon to store or the CLEAR key to reset.

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Digital Image Processing

Setting Mode/08 Codes


Setting Service Codes 08 Mode
Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy
08 - 464

Sub
code
z

Name
Gamma data slope correction

Mode
ALL

Default
1

Allowable
Input
Value
0-1

Contents
0: Disabled

1: Enabled

Set to 1 for System FLASH ROM version 130


and higher. Code 464 not available in System
FLASH ROM versions 129 and lower.

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Photo Conductor Process

Photo Conductor Process


Charge Corona Voltage Adjustment
Specification:
The voltage measured between the charge corona vail tab and frame (GND) equals -720VDC +5V.
The value of codes 05-210-1, 05-210-2, and 05-212 are set to same value stored in 05-210-0
Special Tools:
Digital volt/ohm meter with an input resistance of 10 Meg ohm or greater.
Door Switch Jig (Lanier part number 78-8035-8751-4).
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Open the front doors and remove the center upper inner cover (3 blue screws).
2. Insert the door switch jig.
3. Disconnect the developer connector from the
cleaner unit connector, then remove the developer
Charge corona rail tab
unit.
4. Connect the digital volt/ohm meters positive (+)
lead to the tab (protrusion) on the left side of the
charge coronas rail as shown in the illustration.
5. Connect the digital volt/ohm meters negative (-)
lead to the machines frame (ground).
6. Set the meters measurement range to 1000V DC.

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Photo Conductor Process

7. Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys and turn the power switch ON.
Code

Mode

Image Mode

Specification

05-210-0

Copier

(Text/Photo)

-720 V DC 5V

05-210-1

Copier

(Text)

Set to the same value set in Code 05-210-0

05-210-2

Copier

(Photo)

Set to the same value set in Code 05-210-0

05-212

Printer

Set to the same value set in Code 05-210-0

Note: No voltage is output when setting Codes 05-210-1, 05-210-2, and 05-212. Only the
value stored in memory needs to be set to the same as Code 05-210-0.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.

14.
15.
16.
17.

Enter Code 05-210-0.


Press the START key.
In the displays upper left hand corner 0% is displayed, this is Sub Code 0.
Press the START key a second time. The high voltage power supply is now turned on.
For Codes 05-210-0, use the UP/DOWN icon keys to adjust the charge corona grid
voltage to the specified value.
When the voltage reading is correct, press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key to store the
value in memory. Also press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key after setting the value in
Codes 05-210-1, 05-210-2, and 05-212 to the same value set in Code 05-210-0.
For Codes 05-210-1 and 05-210-2 after entering 05-210-0, press the START key, then
enter 1 or 2 with the number keys - they will be displayed as 1% and 2%.
Press the START key a second time to enter the Sub Code.
For Codes 05-210-1, 05-210-2, and 05-212, use the number keys to enter the value.
If you make a mistake while entering the number, press the CLEAR key to reset it back to the previous value.
For 212 there is no Sub Code. Only press the START key one time.

Note: The power supply will not turn on for these 3 codes since it is only necessary
to enter the same value set in Code 05-205-0.

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Photo Conductor Process

18. When the adjustment is completed, press the 0 and 9 keys together to exit the 05 Adjust Mode.
19. Turn the power switch OFF and then ON to exit the 09 Service Mode.
Note: Do not leave the machine in the 09 Service Mode for the customer to use.

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Photo Conductor Process

Drum to Developer Magnet Roller Gap


The 5355/5365/5480 Digital copier requires no adjustment since a guide roller is used.

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Photo Conductor Process

Adjustment Mode/05 Codes


Adjustment Service Codes 05 Mode
Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Adjustment

Mode

05 - 210 - 0
see note 2

Charge corona grid voltage


adjustment. The developer unit
must be removed.
Output IS available for
measurement. Adjust by
measuring the grid voltage
output. -720VDC +5V

Copier
(Text/
Photo)

93

0-255

05 - 210 - 1
see note 2

Charge corona grid voltage


adjustment.
Output is NOT available for
measurement.
Set to the value set in
Code 05 - 210 - 0.

Copier
(Text)

93

0-255

05 - 210 - 2
see note 2

Charge corona grid voltage


adjustment.
Output is NOT available for
measurement.
Set to the value set in
Code 05 - 210 - 0.

Copier
(Photo)

93

0-255

05 - 212
see note 2

Charge corona grid voltage


adjustment.
Output is NOT available for
measurement.
Set to the value set in
Code 05 - 210 - 0.

Printer

93

0-255

Image Quality Control circuit check


value, it is not adjustable.
Value indicates Status:
Acceptable or Error

ALL

0-255

05 - 291

Group

Default

Range

Description
The charge corona power supply
output is increased when the value
is increased.
Before performing this adjustment
refer to the complete adjustment.
Check or adjust the output voltage
using Code 05 - 210 - 0 first, then
set the remaining Codes 05 - 210 1, 05 - 210 - 2 and 05 - 212 to the
value set in 05 - 210 - 0.

A value of 2 or 4 indicates an error in


the Image Quality Control circuit.
All other values 0-255 indicate that
the Image Quality Control circuit is
working correctly.
See Flashing Service IQC
Troubleshooting section.

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Photo Conductor Process

Adjustment Service Codes 05 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Group

Adjustment

Mode

Default

Range

Description

05 - 292

Image Density Sensor output check


value when the LED (light
source) is turned OFF. (This is
the current value stored in
memory from the last time the
machine performed the Image
Quality Control compensation
adjustment) it is not adjustable.
Normal value is 102~307.

ALL

0-1023

Use this code only when checking or


troubleshooting Image Quality
Control problems.
See Flashing Service IQC in the
Troubleshooting section.
The value is used to check if the
sensor and its condition are
normal.

05 - 293

Image Density Sensor output check


value when the LED (light
source) is turned ON. (This is the
current value stored in memory
from the last time the machine
performed the Image Quality
Control compensation
adjustment) it is not adjustable.
Normal value is 388~819.

ALL

0-1023

Use this code only when checking or


troubleshooting Image Quality
control problems.
The sensor output is the amount of
light reflected off of the drum to the
sensor detector side. The lower
the value the dirtier the sensor or
the greater the amount the drum is
worn.
See Flashing Service IQC in the
Troubleshooting section.

05 - 296

Service automatic adjustment of


Image Density Sensor LED
intensity.
The value displayed is the output
check value after the light source
is adjusted.
(This is used to adjust the source
voltage to the LED. The higher
the number the brighter the LED
light.)

ALL

0-255

Use this code only when checking or


troubleshooting Image Quality
control problems. The higher the
number the dirtier the sensor or
the greater the amount the drum is
worn.
255 = Sensor is too dirty or drum is
too worn for compensation. See
Flashing Service IQC in the
Troubleshooting section.

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Photo Conductor Process

Adjustment Service Codes 05 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Group

Adjustment

Mode

Default

Range

05 - 481
see note 9

Drum motor speed fine adjustment.

Copier

128

0-255

05 - 482
see note 9

Drum motor speed fine adjustment.

Printer

120

0-255

Description
Increasing the value by 1 increases
the motor speed by 0.067%.
Set value to 128 for the copier and
120 for the printer.

Note 2: Key in Code 210 press the START key, key in the Sub Code, then press the START key. For 210 - 0 use the UP or DOWN key to change the value, press
the SET icon to store or the RESET icon. For Codes 210 - 1, 210 - 2 and 212 key in the value set in Code 210 - 0, press the SET icon to store or the CLEAR
key to reset
Note 7: Key in the value, press the SET icon to store or the CLEAR key to reset.
Note 9: Key in the value, press the SET icon to store or the CLEAR key to reset.

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Photo Conductor Process

Setting Mode/08 Codes


Setting Service Codes 08 Mode
Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Name

Mode

Default

Allowable
Input
Value

Contents

08 - 418

Charge corona wire cleaning

ALL

0-1

0: Enabled (clean every 2,000 copies/prints)


1: Disabled (no cleaning)

08 - 449

Temporary laser running Service


Mode when the laser beam
position adjustment fails. Key
in the value, press the SET
icon to store or the CLEAR key
to reset.

ALL

0-1

0: Normal Mode
The laser unit operates in this
mode unless a service call is
indicated when the beam position
adjustment fails.
1: Continuous Mode
Set to this mode when the laser beam
adjustment has failed. The results of this
setting places the laser beam close to target
even though the beam position adjustment
has failed.

ALL

0-1

0: OFF
1: ON

Set to 1 until copier laser unit can


be replaced.
Service call Error Codes CA3,
CA4, CA5, CA6, CAA, CAB,
CAC, CAD, CAE, CAF or CD0.
See Troubleshooting section
for additional information.
08 - 802

Image Quality Control ON/OFF


Set to 0 - ON to allow the Image
Quality Control circuit to
maintain the correct image
quality.

08 - 803

Image Quality Control counter


setting
Set to 2 so that Image Quality
Control is performed every
2,000 copies/prints.

Set to the OFF mode when there is a problem


with the Image Density Sensor and related
circuitry.
ALL

0-30

0: For Troubleshooting only. Image Quality


Control is performed on every copy/print.
1-30: Image Quality Control can be adjusted
to be performed in increments of 1,000
copies/prints.
Refer to the Section 5, Flashing Service IQC
for complete information.

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Photo Conductor Process

Setting Service Codes 08 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy
08 - 814

Sub
code
z

Name
Displays the Image Density
Sensor value for normal and
abnormal conditions

Mode
ALL

Default
97

Allowable
Input
Value
0-255

Contents
Refer to the Section 5, Flashing Service IQC
for complete information.
The value of the Image Density Sensor light
reflected off the drum.

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Photoconductor Exposure

Photoconductor Exposure
Image Density
Specification:
Individual copy mode density settings may be changed to satisfy a customers needs.
Special Tools:
Lanier Gray Chart Test Original (T1200-8520)
Measurement/Adjustment:
Note: This adjustment does not change the exposure lamp setting. The amount of
charge remaining on the drum is varied.
Note: In the Adjustment Mode:
Only one copy of single-sided originals can be made.
Duplex copies and memory copies cannot be made. Check the copies in
these modes after exiting the adjustment mode.

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Photoconductor Exposure

1. Adjust each image density setting to meet the customers needs using the following
codes in the 05 Mode:
.
Copy Mode

Code

Adjustment

Remarks

Center setting

Manual exposure fine adjustment


for center setting

The larger the value, the darker the image

05-507

Lightest setting

Manual exposure fine adjustment


for lightest and darkest settings

The larger the value, the lighter the light


range

05-509

05-510

Darkest setting

05-512

05-515

Auto Exposure
setting

Text/
Photo

Photo

Text

05-503

05-501

05-504

05-505

05-506

05-508
05-514

The larger the value, the darker the dark


range
Automatic exposure setting fine
adjustment

The larger the value, the darker the image

2. Press the 0 and 5 keys simultaneously and turn the main power switch ON.
100% A

LT

TEST MODE

3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Input the 5 - - code to be changed, and press the START key.


Place the Lanier Gray Chart Test Original (T1200-8520) on the exposure glass.
Press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key to store the current value in memory.
Press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test copy of the test original.
Save this copy as the reference for the density change being made.
List the current adjustment value on it.
8. Input the 5 - - code again.
9. Press the START key.

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Photoconductor Exposure

10. Input the new adjustment value.


If you make a mistake, press the CLEAR key to reset to the previous value.
Code No.

100%

XXX

LT

TEST MODE
Current value

YYY

ZZZ

Entered adjustment value


(If no change, enter YYY)

11. Press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key to store the new value.
100%

LT

TEST MODE

12. Press the ENERGY SAVER key to make a test copy of the test original.
Note: A copy will not be made until the machine is fully warmed up.
13. Compare the new test copy with the reference copy.
If more image density correction is needed, return to step 7.
If image density is correct, go to step 14.
14. Press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously to exit the 05 Adjustment Mode.
15. Turn the main power switch OFF then ON to exit the 09 Service Mode.
Note: Do not leave the machine in the 09 Service Mode for the customer to use.

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Photoconductor Exposure

Adjustment Mode/05 Codes


Adjustment Service Codes 05 Mode
Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Group

Adjustment

Mode

Default

Range

05 - 415
see note 4

First beam laser power.

Copier

103

0-255

05 - 416
see note 4

First beam laser power.

Printer

103

0-255

05 - 501
see note 11

Manual exposure fine adjustment


for the center setting.

Copier
(Photo)

128

0-255

05 - 503
see note 11

Manual exposure fine adjustment


for the center setting.

Copier
(Text/
Photo)

128

0-255

05 - 504
see note 11

Manual exposure fine adjustment


for the center setting.

Copier
(Text)

128

0-255

05 - 505
see note 11

Manual exposure fine adjustment


for the lighter setting.

Copier
(Text/
Photo)

20

0-255

05 - 506
see note 11

Manual exposure fine adjustment


for the lighter setting.

Copier
(Photo)

10

0-255

05 - 507
see note 11

Manual exposure fine adjustment


for the lighter setting.

Copier
(Text)

30

0-255

05 - 508
see note 11

Manual exposure fine adjustment


for the darker setting.

Copier
(Text/
Photo)

13

0-255

05 - 509
see note 11

Manual exposure fine adjustment


for the darker setting.

Copier
(Photo)

20

0-255

05 - 510
see note 11

Manual exposure fine adjustment


for the darker setting.

Copier
(Text)

12

0-255

Description
Laser power increases 2.34uW/step
Set to 103. Do not change from
this setting.
Increasing the value darkens the
copy at the center setting of
manual exposure.

Increasing the value lightens the


copy at the lighter setting of
manual exposure.

Increasing the value darkens the


copy at the darker setting of
manual exposure.

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Photoconductor Exposure

Adjustment Service Codes 05 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Group

Adjustment

Mode

Default

Range

05 - 512
see note 11

Automatic exposure fine


adjustment.

Copier
(Photo)

128

0-255

05 - 514
see note 11

Automatic exposure fine


adjustment.

Copier
(Text/
Photo)

128

0-255

05 - 515
see note 11

Automatic exposure fine


adjustment.

Copier
(Text)

128

0-255

Note 4: Key in the value, press the SET icon to store or the CLEAR key to reset.
Note 11: Key in the value, press the SET icon to store or the CLEAR key to reset.

Description
Increasing the value darkens the
copy at the automatic exposure
setting.

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Photoconductor Exposure

Setting Mode/08 Codes


Setting Service Codes 08 Mode
Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy
08 - 449

Sub
code
z

Name
Temporary laser running Service
Mode when the laser beam
position adjustment fails. Key
in the value, press the SET
icon to store or the CLEAR key
to reset.

Mode
ALL

Default
0

Allowable
Input
Value
0-1

Service call Error Codes CA3,


CA4, CA5, CA6, CAA, CAB,
CAC, CAD, CAE, CAF or CD0.
See Troubleshooting for
additional information.
Polygonal motor pre-running

0: Normal Mode
The laser unit operates in this mode unless
a service call is indicated when the beam
position adjustment fails.
1: Continuous Mode
Set to this mode when the laser beam
adjustment has failed. The results of this
setting places the laser beam close to target
even though the beam position adjustment
has failed.

Set to 1 until copier laser unit can


be replaced.

08 - 483

Contents

ALL

0-2

0: Enabled - RADF (when originals are placed


in the tray) and exposure glass (when the
RADF is lifted)
1: Disabled - (Motor starts running when the
START key is pressed. This will delay the
start of copying by 30 seconds.
2: Enabled - RADF only (when originals are
placed in the tray)

Note:

This code is effective only when


08 - 485 is set to 1.

08 - 484

Polygonal motor stops at an auto


clear (time out) of the control
panel settings.

ALL

0-1

0: Enabled - RADF and exposure glass


1: Disabled

Note:

This code is effective only when


08 - 485 is set to 1.

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Photoconductor Exposure

Setting Service Codes 08 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy
08 - 485

Sub
code
z

Name
Polygonal motor rotation or stop
mode

Mode
ALL

Default
0

Allowable
Input
Value
0-1

Contents
0: Rotation
1: Stop
When set to 0: The polygonal motor runs all
the time.
When set to 1: The polygonal motor runs
according to the settings of Codes 08 - 483
and 08 - 486.

08 - 486

Polygonal motor stop time

ALL

0-2

0: 1 minute
1: 3 minutes
2: 5 minutes

Note:

This code is effective only when


08 - 485 is set to 0.

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Development
Doctor Blade Gap
Specification:
The doctor blade gap is not adjustable. The correct gap is automatically
set when the blade is correctly installed.

Doctor blade

Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
Align both ends of the doctor blade against the stop on the front and rear
side frames. The stops automatically set the doctor blade gap.

Developer Mag Pole Position


No adjustment is required. The developer mag pole position is determined by the magnet roller and polarity bushing.

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Development

Developer Auto Toner Sensor


Specification:
The output voltage of the auto toner sensor must be +2.5V (+0.05V) when new developer material is installed.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
Note: The auto toner sensor must be adjusted when developer material is replaced.
In addition, the developer copy counter (Mode 08 - 404) must be reset to zero.
1. Install new developer material into the developer unit and install the developer unit.
Note: Before installing the developer unit with new developer material be sure the
drum cleaning blade is in contact with the drum.
2. Press the 0 and 5 keys simultaneously and turn the copier ON. The following is displayed.
100%
TEST MODE

LD

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3. Enter Code 05-200 then press the START key. The following is displayed.
B

230%

200

LD

ADJUST MODE
128128

Note: Explanations of items A, B, and C in the above are explained as follows:


A. Indicates the control data value of the auto toner sensor. The UP and
DOWN icons allow you to change the numeric value. This will be used
later in the procedure.
B. Indicates the developer auto sensor output voltage. (In the above display
230% = 2.30V)
C. Indicates the latest adjustment value.
4. After approximately two minutes, item B (see below) in the display automatically begins to
change. A short time later, item B (see below) in the display automatically stops changing
and the display changes as shown below. The auto toner adjustment has finished the
automatic portion of this adjustment.

250%

200

LD

TEST MODE

128128

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5. Verify that the numeric value for item B (see above) is between 245 and 255.

250%

200

LD

TEST MODE
128128

Note: If Item B is between 245 and 255, that corresponds to a developer auto toner
sensor output voltage of between 2.45V and 2.55V.
6. If item Bs numerical value is not between 245 and 255, use the UP and DOWN icons to
manually adjust the numerical value to 250.
Note: The relationship between the UP and DOWN icons and numerical values of
items A and B are:
Key Pressed

Value of Item A

Value of Item B

UP Key

Increases

Increases

DOWN Key

Decreases

Decreases

7. Press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key. The drum, developer unit, etc. will stop operating
and the display will show.
100%
TEST MODE

LD

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8. Press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously. This exits the developer auto toner sensor
adjustment and the display will show.
100%

LD

READY

9. Turn the copiers main switch OFF. This exits the 09 Service Mode.
10. Enter 08 mode and reset Code 08-404 to zero.

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Developer Bias
Specification:
Developer Bias Level DC-1 is set to -387 V DC 5V.
Codes 05-205-1, 05-205-2, and 05-203 are set to equal the value in Code 05-205-0.
Developer Bias Level DC-2 is set to -387 V DC 5V.
Developer Bias Level DC-3 is set to -452 V DC 5V.
Special Tools:
Digital volt/ohm meter with an input resistance of 10 Meg ohm or greater.
Door Switch Jig (Lanier part number 78-8035-8751-4).
Measurement/Adjustment:
Note: No voltage is output for Codes 05-205-1, 05-205-2,
and 05-203. Only the value stored in memory
needs to be set to the same as Code 05-205-0.
1. Open the front doors and remove the center upper
inner cover (3 blue screws).
2. Insert the door switch jig.
3. Connect the digital volt/ohm meters positive (+) lead
to the developers upper magnet roller as shown in the
illustration.
4. Connect the digital volt/ohm meters negative (-) lead
to the machines frame (ground).
5. Set the meters measurement range to 1000V DC.

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6. Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys and turn the power switch ON.
Item

Code

Mode

Image Mode

Specification

Developer Bias DC-1

05-205-0

Copier

(Text/Photo)

-387 V DC 5V

05-205-1

Copier

(Text)

Set to the same value set in Code 205-0

05-205-2

Copier

(Photo)

Set to the same value set in Code 205-0

05-203

Printer

Set to the same value set in Code 205-0

Developer Bias DC-2

05-207

All

-387 V DC 5V

Developer Bias DC-3

05-216

All

-452 V DC 5V

7.
8.
9.
10.
11.

Enter Code 05-205.


Press the START key.
In the displays upper left hand corner 0% is displayed, this is Sub Code 0.
Press the START key a second time. The high voltage power supply is now turned on.
For Codes 05-205-0, 05-207, and 05-216, use the UP/DOWN icon keys to adjust the
developer bias voltage to the specified value.
12. When the voltage reading is correct, press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key to store the
value in memory. Also press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key after setting the value in
Codes 05-205-1, 05-205-2, and 05-203 to the same value set in Code 05-205-0.
13. For Codes 05-205-1 and 05-205-2 after entering 05-205, press the START key, then
enter 1 or 2 with the number keys - they will be displayed as 1% and 2%. For 05-203
there is no Sub Code. Only press the START key one time.
14. For Codes 05-205-1, 05-205-2, and 05-203, use the number keys to enter the value.
If you make a mistake while entering the number, press the CLEAR key to reset it back
to the previous value.
Note: The power supply will not turn on for these 3 codes since it is only necessary
to enter the same value set in Code 05-205-0.

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15. When the adjustment is completed, press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously to exit the 05
Adjust Mode.
16. Then turn the power switch OFF and then ON to exit the 09 Service Mode.
Note: Do not leave the machine in the 09 Service Mode for the customer to use.

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Adjustment Mode/05 Codes


Adjustment Service Codes 05 Mode
Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Group

Adjustment

Mode

Default

Range

Description

05 - 200

Automatic adjustment of the AutoToner sensor. (ATS)

ALL

Increasing the value increases the


sensor output.
Output is automatically set in the
range of 2.45~2.55V.
Refer to the complete Auto-Toner
adjustment.

05 - 201

Manual adjustment of the AutoToner sensor. (ATS)

ALL

128

0-255

The current value of the Auto-Toner


sensor is displayed and can be
manually set.

Developer DC 1 adjustment.
Output is NOT available for
measurement.
Enter the value set in
Code 05 - 205 - 0.

Printer

104

0-255

The developer power supply output


is increased when the value is
increased.

05 - 205 - 0
see note 1

Developer DC 1 adjustment.
Output IS available for
measurement.
Adjust by measuring the output.
-387VDC +5V

Copier
(Text/
Photo)

104

05 - 205 - 1
see note 1

Developer DC 1 adjustment.
Output is NOT available for
measurement.
Enter the value set in
Code 05 - 205 - 0.

Copier
(Text)

104

0-255

05 - 205 - 2
see note 1

Developer DC 1 adjustment.
Output is NOT available for
measurement.
Enter the value set in
Code 05 - 205 - 0.

Copier
(Photo)

104

0-255

05 - 203
see note 1

0-255

Before performing this adjustment


refer to the complete adjustment.
Developer Bias DC1 is applied in the
image forming area of the drum.

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Development

Adjustment Service Codes 05 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy
05 - 207
see note 1

Sub
code
z

Group

Adjustment
Developer DC 2 adjustment.
Output IS available for
measurement.
Adjust by measuring the output.

Mode
ALL

Default
104

Range
0-255

Description
The developer power supply output
is increased when the value is
increased.
Before performing this adjustment
refer to the complete adjustment.
Developer Bias DC2 is applied in the
non-image forming area of the
drum.

05 - 216
see note 1

Developer DC 3 adjustment.
Output IS available for
measurement.

ALL

133

0-255

The developer bias power supply


output is increased when the value
is increased.
Before performing this adjustment
refer to the complete adjustment.
Developer Bias DC3 is applied when
making adjustments, such as the
Auto-Toner sensor adjustments.

05 - 493 - 0
see note 10

Developer drive motor speed fine


adjustment.

Copier
(Text/
Photo)

0-15

Increasing the value by 1 increases


the motor speed by 3.85%.
Set to the default value 6.

05 - 493 - 1
see note 10

Developer drive motor speed fine


adjustment.

Copier
(Text)

0-15

05 - 493 - 2
see note 10

Developer drive motor speed fine


adjustment.

Copier
(Photo)

0-15

05 - 495
see note 11

Developer drive motor speed fine


adjustment.

Printer

0-15

Increasing the value by 1 increases


the motor speed by 3.85%.
Set to the default value 6.

Note 1: Key in Code 210 press the START key, key in the Sub Code, then press the START key. For 210 - 0 use the UP or DOWN key to change the value, press
the SET icon to store or the RESET icon. For Codes 210 - 1, 210 - 2 and 212 key in the value set in Code 210 - 0, press the SET icon to store or the CLEAR
key to reset.

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Note 10: Key in Code 493 press the START key, key in the Sub Code, then press the START key. Key in the value, press the SET icon to store or the CLEAR
key to reset.
Note 11: Key in the value, press the SET icon to store or the CLEAR key to reset.

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Paper Feed

Paper Feed
LCC Paper Sizes
Specification:
1mm -0.0/+.5mm between the side guides of the LCC and the paper being used.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Lower the LCC tray.
2. Unlatch and slide the LCC unit out and remove the
bypass feed unit.
3. Remove two screws from each guide bracket and
remove the brackets.
4. Install the side guides to match the size of the paper to
be used.

Screw

Paper Holder Bracket

Note: If B5 size paper is to be installed, the paper holder


bracket must be installed onto the LCC door cover
as shown. Two screws secure the bracket.
5. Install the correct size paper.
6. Slide the LCC unit back into the machine making sure it
latches.
7. Raise the LCC tray.

Screw

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Paper Feed

8. Use the fine adjustment holes to finalize the adjustment of the side guides.
Fine Adjustment Holes

9. Using 08-225, change the LCC paper size in the display to the correct size.

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Paper Feed

Drawer Paper Sizes


Specification:
The desired paper size must fit in the drawer without excessive binding or skewing. The gap between the edge of the
copy paper and the rear side guide must be 1 mm to 1.5 mm gap with the copy paper against the front side guide.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Pull out the drawer you wish to adjust.
2. Remove the two drawer stop screws (one each on feed and exit sides).
Stop screw
Stop screw

3. Remove the drawer from the machine.


4. Remove the drawer side guides (2 screws for each) on the front and rear sides. Install the guides at the correct
position for the desired paper. (Paper sizes are marked on the guide frame.)
5. Remove the trail edge guide (1 screw).
6. Install the trail edge guide at the correct position for the desired paper. (Paper sizes are
marked on the adjustment plate.)
7. Place the correct size paper in the drawer.

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Paper Feed

8. Verify that the gap between the edge of the paper and the rear side guide is 1 mm
to 1.5 mm with the paper against the front side guide.
Side Guides

Drawer

Trail Edge Guide

Guide Frame

9. Remove the drawer size label (on the right front of the drawer).
10. Fold the drawer size label so that the desired paper size will face out, and reinsert it.
Label

11. Install the drawer into the machine.


Note: Be sure to install the two stop screws.

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12. Change the drawer paper size in the display to the correct size using the following codes.
08-226 (upper drawer)
08-227 (middle drawer)
08-228 (lower drawer)

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Paper Feed

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Paper Feed

Side to Side Deviation - Paper Feed Drawers


Specification:
The center of the reproduced image on the copy paper must match that of the original. Refer to the illustrations below.

Direction of
paper movement

Direction of
paper movement

Special Tools:
Lanier Registration Test Original (T1200-5468 Letter/T1200-5476 A4)

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Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Place the Lanier Registration Test Original on the
exposure glass.
Make sure that it is correctly positioned.
2. Make a 100% copy of the original, feeding paper from the
paper drawer.
3. Verify that the center of the image on the copy matches
the center of the original.
If not, proceed to step 4.
4. Remove the paper from the paper drawer.
5. Loosen the screws that secure the paper guides.
6. Slide the front and rear guide brackets, equally, in the
appropriate direction.
Use a pencil to make indicator reference points.
To move the copied image to the front, slide the guides
toward the rear of the copier.
To move the copied image to the rear, slide the guides
toward the front of the copier.

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Paper Feed

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Paper Feed

Side to Side Deviation - Stack Feed Bypass


Specification:
The center of the reproduced image on the copy paper must match that of the original. Refer to the illustrations below.

Direction of
paper movement

Direction of
paper movement

Special Tools:
Lanier Registration Test Original (T1200-5468 Letter/T1200-5476 A4)

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Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Place the Lanier Registration Test Original on the
exposure glass.
Make sure that it is correctly positioned.
2. Make a 100% copy of the original, feeding paper from the
bypass feeder.
3. Verify that the center image on the copy matches the
center of the original.
If not, proceed to step 4.
4. Remove the bypass feeder from the copier.
5. Loosen the 2 screws that secure the bottom plate of the
bypass feeder. Refer to the illustration.
6. Slide the plate in the appropriate direction.
To move the copied image to the front, slide the plate
toward the rear.
To move the copied image to the rear, slide the plate
toward the front.
7. Repeat steps 1 through 6 until the copied image is
correctly positioned.

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Paper Feed

Side to Side Deviation - LCC


Specification:
The center of the reproduced image on the copy paper must match that of the original. Refer to the illustrations below.

Direction of
paper movement

Direction of
paper movement

Special Tools:
Lanier Registration Test Original (T1200-5468 Letter/T1200-5476 A4)

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Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Place the Lanier Registration Test Original on the
exposure glass.
Make sure that it is correctly positioned.
2. Make a 100% copy of the original, feeding paper from the
LCC.
3. Verify that the center image on the copy matches the
center of the original.
If not, proceed to step 4.
4. Remove the paper from the LCC.
5. Slide the LCC from its home position to its open position.
6. Remove the 4 screws that secure the top of the front and
rear guide brackets. Refer to the illustration.
7. Install the screws in the slotted screw holes of the front
and rear guide brackets. Do not tighten them at this time.
8. Slide the front and rear guide brackets, equally, in the
appropriate direction.
To move the copied image to the front, slide the guides
toward the rear of the copier.
To move the copied image to the rear, slide the guides
toward the front of the copier.

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Paper Aligning
Note: See Print Image for Paper Aligning adjustments.

Image Registration
Note: See Print Image for Image Registration adjustments.

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Paper Feed

Main Registration Roller Compensation


Note: Only make this adjustment when the paper exiting to the finisher becomes misaligned or there are staple jams.
Specification:
Adjust timing until paper skew (to finisher) or staple jams cease.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
Note: Use this adjustment when paper exiting the finisher is misaligned or jams.
1. Check the following adjustments:
Finisher Alignment
Alignment Guide Position
2. Set Code 469 to 1 first then make copies and determine if the problem has been
corrected. If the problem continues, change the value to the next higher setting and test
again.
3. Repeat the adjustment until the compensation has corrected the problem.

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Paper Feed

Adjustment Mode/05 Codes


Adjustment Service Codes 05 Mode
Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Group

Adjustment

Mode

Default

Range

Description

05 - 459
see note 7

Upper drawer paper alignment


(buckle) at the upper drawer
registration roller.

ALL

0-15

Increasing the value by 1 increases


the aligning (buckle) by 0.9mm.

05 - 460
see note 7

Middle drawer paper alignment


(buckle) at the middle drawer
registration roller.

ALL

0-15

Increasing the value by 1 increases


the aligning (buckle) by 0.9mm.

05 - 461
see note 7

Lower drawer paper alignment


(buckle) at the middle drawer
registration roller.

ALL

0-15

Increasing the value by 1 increases


the aligning (buckle) by 0.9mm.

05 - 470

Paper remaining indicator.


Automatic adjustment for EMPTY
condition. LCC and Drawers.

ALL

0-31

Remove all of the paper from the


LCC and Drawers, then perform
the automatic adjustment.

05 - 471

Paper remaining indicator. LCC


manual adjustment for LESS
than the capacity.

ALL

0-31

05 - 472

Paper remaining indicator. Upper


Drawer manual adjustment for
LESS than the capacity.

ALL

10

0-31

05 - 473

Paper remaining indicator. Middle


Drawer manual adjustment for
LESS than the capacity.

ALL

10

0-31

Perform the manual adjustment


when the remaining amount of
paper is less than . Perform
adjustment Code 05 - 470 first.
Then adjust as necessary.
Decrease the value in these codes
when the remaining amount of
paper indication is slower than the
actual amount of paper.

05 - 474

Paper remaining indicator. Lower


Drawer manual adjustment for
LESS than the capacity.

ALL

10

0-31

Example:
When the paper
remaining
indicator display
shows paper
remaining.
Then it changes
suddenly to
empty.

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Paper Feed

Adjustment Service Codes 05 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy
05 - 475

Sub
code
z

Group

Adjustment

Mode

Default

Range

Description

Paper remaining indicator.


Automatic adjustment for FULL
condition. LCC and Drawers.

ALL

Load 4000 sheets of paper in the


LCC and 500 sheets in the
Drawers, then perform the
automatic adjustment.

05 - 476
see note 9

Paper remaining indicator. LCC


manual adjustment for MORE
than the capacity.

ALL

0-31

05 - 477
see note 9

Paper remaining indicator. Upper


Drawer manual adjustment for
MORE than the capacity.

ALL

LT size: 2
A/B size:
3

0-31

05 - 478
see note 9

Paper remaining indicator. Middle


Drawer manual adjustment for
MORE than the capacity.

ALL

LT size: 4
A/B size:
8

0-31

Perform the manual adjustment


when the remaining amount of
paper is greater than . Perform
adjustment Code 05 - 475 first.
Then adjust as necessary.
Increase the value in these codes
when the remaining amount of
paper indication is greater than the
actual amount of paper.

05 - 479
see note 9

Paper remaining indicator. Lower


Drawer manual adjustment for
MORE than the capacity.

ALL

LT size: 7
A/B size 3

0-31

05 - 483
see note 9

Registration motor speed fine


adjustment.

Copier

128

0-255

05 - 484
see note 9

Registration motor speed fine


adjustment.

Printer

128

0-255

05 - 489
see note 9

Drawer drive motor speed fine


adjustment.

Copier

128

0-255

05 - 490
see note 9

Drawer drive motor speed fine


adjustment.

Printer

128

0-255

Note 7: Key in the value, press the SET icon to store or the CLEAR key to reset.

Example:
When the paper
remaining
indicator display
shows paper
remaining.
Then it changes
suddenly to
empty.
Increasing the value by 1 increases
the motor speed by 0.097.
Set value to 128 for the copier and
printer.
Increasing the value by 1 increases
the motor speed by 0.061%.
Set value to 128 for the copier and
the printer.

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Note 9: Key in the value, press the SET icon to store or the CLEAR key to reset.

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Setting Mode/08 Codes


Setting Service Codes 08 Mode
Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Name

Mode

Default

Allowable
Input
Value

Contents

08 - 201

Country paper size change

ALL

0/1*

0-2

0: Europe (A4/A3/Folio)
1: USA/Canada (Letter/Ledger)
2: Japan (A4/B4)

08 - 224

Bypass paper size selection

ALL

0-255

Undefined

08 - 225

LCC paper size selection

ALL

0-255

Letter

Select a paper size from the display ICON list


of paper sizes. The range changes with the
paper size selected.

08 - 226

Upper drawer paper size


selection

ALL

0-255

Letter-R/
A4-R

08 - 227

Middle drawer paper size


selection

ALL

0-255

Legal/A3

08 - 228

Lower drawer paper size


selection

ALL

0-255

Ledger/A4

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Paper Feed

Setting Service Codes 08 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Name

Mode

Default

Allowable
Input
Value

Contents
Enter the length first, then the width on Codes
229 through 242.

08 - 229

Paper size (A3) length/width

ALL

420 x 297

182~432 x
140~297

08 - 230

Paper size A4-R length/width

ALL

297 x 210

08 - 231

Paper size A5-R length/width

ALL

210 x 148

210 x 148mm

08 - 232

Paper size B4 length/width

ALL

364 x 257

364 x 257mm

08 - 233

Paper size B5-R length/width

ALL

257 x 182

257 x 182mm

08 - 234

Paper size Letter-R length/width

ALL

279 x 216

279 x 216mm

08 - 235

Paper size Ledger length/width

ALL

432 x 279

432 x 279mm

08 - 236

Paper size Legal length/width

ALL

356 x 216

356 x 216mm

08 - 237

Paper size ST-R length/width

ALL

216 x 140

216 x 140mm

08 - 238

Paper size Computer length/


width

ALL

356 x 257

356 x 257mm

08 - 239

Paper size Folio length/width

ALL

330 x 210

330 x 210mm

08 - 240

Paper size 13 inch Legal (Official)


length/width

ALL

330 x 216

330 x 216mm

08 - 241

Paper size 8.5 x 8.5 inches


length/width

ALL

216 x 216

216 x 216mm

08 - 242

Paper size other - length/width

ALL

432 x 279

182~432 x
140~297

420 x 297mm
297 x 210mm

When setting the other paper size, remember


that the size entered here will limit the
maximum size paper the customer can load
in a drawer when other is selected from the
display.

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Paper Feed

Setting Service Codes 08 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Name

Mode

Default

Allowable
Input
Value

Contents

08 - 480

Paper source priority selection

ALL

0-4

0: LT/A4
1: LCC
2: Upper drawer
3: Middle drawer
4: Lower drawer

08 - 481

Automatic paper source change

ALL

0-2

0: Automatic paper Source Change disabled.


1: Automatic paper Source Change enabled.
2: Automatic paper Source Change enabled
but the paper size and direction does not
matter.
When set to 1: When a paper source
becomes empty and the same size paper is
present in another source. the machine will
automatically switch to that source of paper.

08 - 482

Paper feed retry

ALL

0-1

0: Disabled
1: Enabled
When set to 0: The machine will only attempt
to feed the paper 1 time before displaying a
misfeed condition.
When set to 1: The machine will attempt to
feed the paper 2 times before displaying a
misfeed condition.

08 - 613

User paper size selection for the


OTHER key

Copier

USA:
ST-R
EUR:
A5-R

0-255

Select the icon of the paper size requested.

Copier

0-1

0: Disabled
1: Enabled

Note: The customer can change


the paper size
using the
adjust selections.
08 - 625

Non-printed sheet prevention


mode.

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Paper Feed

Setting Service Codes 08 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Name

Mode

Default

Allowable
Input
Value

Contents

08 - 626

Bypass feed paper size


recognition

Copier

0-1

0: Disabled - The bypass tray does not


recognize the paper size. Always set to the
maximum paper size.
1: Enabled - The bypass tray recognizes the
paper size.

08 - 638

Operator allowed to change the


paper size in a drawer or the
LCC enable/disable.

Copier

0-2

0: All paper sizes and inserts available from


the
Adjust Drawer Size icon menu.
1: Adjust Drawer Size icon
is removed from the display.
Paper size adjustment
and insert function are disabled.
2: Insert function is only available

Printer

0-1

0: Disabled
1: Enabled

Affects 08 Mode Code 613.

08 - 658

Continue paper size setting after


running out of paper in the
bypass tray during a job.

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Fuser
Fuser Roller Pressure (Side-to-Side)
Specification:
The maximum nip width measurement deviation front side versus the rear side is 0.5 mm.

Fuser Nip
(Shinny Bar)

Special Tools:
Millimeter Scale.
Measurement/Adjustment:
Note: Normally, fuser roller pressure does not need not be adjusted. Adjustment must be
performed if wrinkles frequently appear on copies made on standard copy paper.
1. Make an A3/LD size copy (entirely black) with the RADF open.
2. Turn the power switch OFF when the paper enters the fuser.
3. Open the front cover, and slide the transfer/fuser unit out.
4. Quickly turn the jam removal knob CCW until the copy paper has exited the fuser.
Note: CW = Clockwise
CCW = Counterclockwise

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5. Measure the width of the fuser nip (shinny bar) on the copy paper at the front
and the rear.

Fuser Nip
(Shinny Bar)

6. The front to back nip width difference must be within 0.5 mm. If not, remove the fuser unit
and loosen the pressure spring retaining screw on the side having the wider area.
Note: One half turn will narrow the gap by approximately 0.5 mm.
7. Install the fuser unit.
8. Return to step 1 and repeat the process until fuser nip is within specifications.
9. After performing this adjustment, make five A3/LD size white copies with the RADF
closed, to clean the fuser rollers.

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Fuser

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Fuser

Fuser Roller Temperature & Pressure


Specification:
Copies (simplex or duplex) exiting the machine must have minimal amounts of wrinkling, curling, toner offsetting, and
toner pickoff.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Check the Fuser Roller Pressure (Side-to-Side) adjustment.
Note: The fuser unit has been factory set for a fuser roller surface temperature of
200oC (392oF) and a pressure roller pressure of 100kg (220lb). These
specifications are optimum set points for the best simplex and duplex copying
with the least amount wrinkling, curling, toner offsetting, and toner pickoff
when Lanier recommended paper is used. When customers use non-Lanier
recommended paper (abnormal paper) the fuser unit performance will
deteriorate. To compensate for abnormal paper the following methods may be
tried. Doing these adjustment will not guarantee that copies will meet the
customers requirements.

Caution

When using Service Mode 08-411 to set the


temperature, DO NOT set the value above 11.
Setting the value to 12 or above will cause
overheating and causes the thermofuse to
open.

Fuser Temperature:
2. To change the Fuser Temperature, access Service Mode 08-411.

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3. Press the START key.
4. Input a new value. The greater the number the greater the heat. The maximum allowable
value is 11. The factory default is 8.
Note: When a higher temperature is set, an increase in paper wrinkling, curling, or
toner pickoff may occur.
5. Press the SET icon or INTERRUPT key to store the new value in memory.
6. Press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously to exit the 05 Adjustment Mode.
7. Turn the main power switch OFF then ON.
Note: Do not leave the copier in the Service Mode when making copies.
8. Run several copies and verify the results. Repeat this procedure if necessary or if the
preset fuser temperature is set to 11 continue to the next step (Fuser Pressure).

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Fuser Pressure:
9. If raising the preset fuser temperature does not produce the desired
results, add pressure spring spacers using the following procedure.
10. Set the preset fuser temperature (08-411) to 8.
11. Remove the fuser assembly from the machine.
12. Remove the pressure springs from the Fuser Roller.
(See disassembly section for procedure.)
13. Insert one spacer under each spring (as shown).
Lanier Part Number C2081-1477
14. Reassemble the machine.
15. Run several copies and verify the results. Repeat this procedure if
necessary by adding up to 3 spacers under each spring.
Note: For each spacer inserted the pressure is increased
by 5kg (11lbs).
On difficult cases, a combination of both temperature and
pressure adjustments may be required.
The same number of inserts must inserted at the front and rear.
Otherwise skewing will occur causing fuser paper jams.

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Fuser

Pressure spring

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Fuser Entrance Guide
Specification:
The fuser entrance guide must not cause:
Toner spots or smears on the backside of the copy.
Fuser jams
Wrinkled paper
The guide to Pressure Roller Gap = 0.4 mm to 1.7 mm.
Note: The guides front setting should equal the rear setting.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
Note: Under normal conditions the screws securing the entrance
guide are in the inner round holes of the guide. The stamped
mark, lines up with the pointer center on the guide.
1. Remove the 2 screws securing the entrance guide.
2. Install the 2 screws in the outer vertical oblong holes.

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Fuser

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3. Adjust the entrance guide height using the stamped
markings.
Note: Each end must be adjusted to the same height.

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Fuser

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Fuser

Adjustment Mode/05 Codes


Adjustment Service Codes 05 Mode
Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Group

Adjustment

Mode

Default

Range

05 - 485
see note 9

Fuser drive motor speed fine


adjustment.

Copier

128

0-255

05 - 486
see note 9

Fuser drive motor speed fine


adjustment.

Printer

128

0-255

Note 9: Key in the value, press the SET icon to store or the CLEAR key to reset.

Description
Increasing the value by 1 increases
the motor speed by 0.061%.
Set value to 128 for the copier and
printer.

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Fuser

Setting Mode/08 Codes


Setting Service Codes 08 Mode
Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Name

Mode

Default

Allowable
Input
Value

08 - 205

Timer for switching from Ready


mode to Energy Saver mode

ALL

11

0-15

08 - 206

Timer for switching from Ready


mode to Auto-Power Shut OFF
or Low Power Mode.

ALL

12

0-20

US Energy Star Compliance

Note: Starting with System


Flash ROM version 130 Auto
Power Shut OFF does not turn
the power switch OFF when the
Print Controller option is installed.
Instead the machine enters the
Low Power Sleep Mode, this
allows print jobs to be spooled
and printed after the machine
warms up. The Timer LED is lit
when it is in the Sleep Mode.

Contents
0: Disabled
1: 30 sec.
2: 60 sec.
3: 90 sec.
4: 120 sec.
5: 150 sec.

0: 3 min.
1: 5 min.
2: 10 min.
3: 15 min.
4: 20 min.
5: 25 min.
6: 30 min.

6: 3 min.
7: 4 min.
8: 5 min.
9: 7 min.
10: 10 min.
11: 15 min.

7: 40 min.
8: 50 min.
9: 60 min.
10: 70 min.
11: 80 min.
12: 90 min.
13: 100 min.

12: 20 min.
13: 30 min.
14: 45 min.
15: 60 min.

14:
15:
16:
17:
18:
19:
20:

110 min.
120 min.
150 min.
180 min.
210 min.
240 min.
Disabled

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Fuser

Setting Service Codes 08 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy
08 - 407

Sub
code
z

Name
Fuser pre-running time

Mode

Default

Allowable
Input
Value

Contents

ALL

0-14

0: 120 sec.
1: 135 sec.
2: 150 sec.
3: 165 sec.
4: 180 sec.

5: 195 sec.
6: 210 sec.
7: 225 sec.
8: 240 sec.
9: 255 sec.

10: 270 sec.


11: 285 sec.
12: 300 sec.
13: 315 sec.
14: 330 sec.

0: 173C
1: 180C
2: 183C
3: 186C
4: 189C
5: 192C

6: 195C
7: 198C
8: 200C
9: 203C
10: 206C
11: 209C

12: 212C
13: 215C
14: 218C
15: 221C

0: 173C
1: 180C
2: 183C
3: 186C
4: 189C
5: 192C

6: 195C
7: 198C
8: 200C
9: 203C
10: 206C
11: 209C

12: 212C
13: 215C
14: 218C
15: 221C

0:
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:

6: 183C
7: 186C
8: 189C
9: 192C
10: 195C
11: 198C

12: 200C
13: 203C
14: 206C
15: 210C

Note: The time allowed for the


fuser to rotate during the warm up
mode.
08 - 410

Fuser temperature in the print


mode

Printer

0-14

08 - 411

Fuser temperature when the


copier is Ready

ALL

0-15

08 - 412

Fuser temperature in the


ENERGY SAVER mode

ALL

0-15

160C
164C
167C
170C
173C
180C

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Fuser

Setting Service Codes 08 Mode


Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy
08 - 602

Sub
code
z

Name
Automatic Energy Saver Icon
Automatic power OFF Icon

Mode
ALL

Default
0:
Australia,
Taiwan,
Saudi
Arabia,
Asian
region
1: All
other
countries

Allowable
Input
Value
0-1

Contents
0: OFF - Icons are NOT in the display.

Note: The customer cannot adjust the


Energy Saver and Auto Power Off times.
They can only be set by a service technician
using 08 - 205 and 08 - 206.
1: ON - Icons are in the display.

Note:

The customer can adjust the Energy


Saver and Power Off times.

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Duplexer/Copy Exit

Duplexer/Copy Exit
Duplex Stack Unit Side-to-Side Deviation
Specification:
The back side image of a duplexed copy should not vary from the front side by more than 2mm.
Special Tools:
Lanier Registration Test Original (T1200-5468 Letter/T1200-5476 A4)
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Check the Paper Feed Side-to-Side Deviation and Paper Feed Registrations adjustments.
2. Place a Lanier Registration Test Original on the exposure glass at the LT/A4 indicator
marks. Make a manual duplexed copy of it.
3. Adjust the original position until it is centered on the letter indicator marks. Check that the
back side of the duplex copy does not vary from the centerline by more than 2mm.
4. If the copy does not meet the specification adjust the position of the
Loosen, do not remove
stack tray.
5. Loosen the front left and front right screws securing the duplex stack
tray.
6. Use the 1mm scale marks and the duplex tray position indicator at
the front left side of the duplexer to align the stack tray.
7. Move the stack guide unit to obtain the specification, using the scale
that is etched on the frame (left front corner).
If the duplex image is shifted toward the rear, move the assembly
to the rear of the copier by the same amount the copy is incorrect.
If the duplex image is shifted toward the front, move the assembly
to the front of the copier by the same amount the copy is incorrect.

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8. Move the stack tray to the front or the rear as needed to bring the duplex copy into
specification.
9. Make a test copy. Verify that the image is centered on the copy.
10. Repeat the procedure until the specification is met.

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Duplexer/Copy Exit

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Duplexer/Copy Exit

Duplexer Pre-feed Compensation


Specification:
When duplexing 6 or more Letter/A4 size copies the duplexer will pre-feed the first 2 sheets to the duplexer transfer
section for better productivity. When side-to-side skewing or folded corners occur the pre-feed function can be disabled
to reduce skewing and folded corners.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Using Code 08-487, set the value to:
0: Enable - Duplexer pre-feeds Letter/A4 size papers. Normal machine operation.
1: disable - Duplexer does not pre-feed Letter/A4 size papers. Set to this value only when
side-to-side skewing or folded corners occur.

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Duplexer Length Guide Position Compensation
Specification:
Set compensation to eliminate duplexer jams.
Note: The adjustment is only effective when duplexing 10 or less copies per set.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
Note: Only perform this adjustment when the duplexer jams (E54 Error codes)
occur because the copy paper has:
Excessive leading edge curl
The edges are wavy
The paper is longer than standard size.
The length guide position can be changed to move the paper away from the
pick-up roller. This will help to decrease the possibility of future jams.
1. Using Code 05-464, set the value to:
2: Default value, set it to 2 when there are NO duplexer jams (E54 Error codes).
0: When duplexing only LD/A3 paper sizes.
4: When duplexing only LG, LT, LT-R or ST-R paper sizes.
3: When duplexing all paper sizes.

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Duplexer/Copy Exit

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Duplexer/Copy Exit

Duplexer Width Guide Gap


Specification:
The duplexer width guides should have a gap of 1mm + 0.5mm gap between the guide and the edge of
a LD/A3 sheet of paper.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Place a LD/A3 sheet of paper in the duplexer stack tray.
2. Push the paper to the rear guide and measure the gap between the front guide and the edge of the paper. The gap
should be 1mm + 0.5mm.
3. If the gap is outside the specification, move the rear width guide towards the center of the stack tray.
4. Loosen the retraining screw located in the cavity at the rear
of the stack tray.
Loosen do not remove
5. Using the scale marks in the frame as a reference, turn the
adjusting cam the amount required to bring it into
specification:
To make the gap wider - turn the cam counterclockwise
To make the gap narrower - turn the cam clockwise
6. Tighten the retaining screw.
7. Close the doors to the machine and turn the power switch on
so the width guides can go to the home position.
8. Check that the specification has been met.
9. Repeat the adjustment until the specification is met.

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Duplexer/Copy Exit

Duplexer Gate Roller Position


Specification:
The gate roller must be properly repositioned if it has been removed. The clutch unit must be removed. The dowels of
drive gear 1 and drive gear 2 must align as shown below when gears are installed. The dowels of drive gear 2 and gate
roller drive gear must be offset CCW 2 gear teeth as shown below.
Drive Gears

Dowel

Gate Roller

Drive Gear 1
Drive Gear 2
Gate Roller Drive Gear
Offset

Special Tools:
None.

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Duplexer/Copy Exit

Measurement/Adjustment:
1. With the clutch unit removed install drive gear 1.
2. Install drive gear 2 with its dowel directly opposite the dowel on drive gear 1.
3. Keeping gear 1 and gear 2 aligned, install the gate roller drive gear with the dowel on it
offset CCW 2 gear teeth.
4. Install the drive gears retaining rings.
5. Install the clutch unit. Make sure the arbor projection of the spring clutch is aligned
beneath the stop.
Stop and Arbor Projection

Spring Clutch

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Duplexer/Copy Exit

Adjustment Mode/05 Codes


Adjustment Service Codes 05 Mode
Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Group

Adjustment

Mode

Default

Range

Description

05 - 462
see note 7

Duplexer registration roller paper


alignment (buckle).

ALL

0-15

Increasing the value by 1 increases


the aligning (buckle) by 0.9mm.

05 - 464
see note 12

Duplexer length guide position


composition adjustment.

ALL

0-3

The following values are for small


paper stacks:
0: LD/A3 2mm,other paper sizes
2mm
1: LD/A3 2mm,other paper sizes
0mm
2: LD/A3 4mm,other paper sizes
2mm
3: LD/A3 4mm,other paper sizes
0mm

Increasing the value by 1 increases


the motor speed by 0.148%.
Set value to 128 for the copier and
the printer.

Only perform this adjustment when


the duplexer jams (E54 Error
Code) occur because the copy
paper has excessive leading
edge curl, the edges are wavy, or
the paper is longer than the
standard paper size. The position
of the length guide can be
changed top move the paper
away from the pickup roller. This
will help decrease the possibility
of future jams.
05 - 491
see note 9

Duplexer drive motor speed fine


adjustment.

Copier

128

0-255

05 - 492
see note 9

Duplexer drive motor speed fine


adjustment.

Printer

128

0-255

Note 7: Key in the value, press the SET icon to store or the CLEAR key to reset.
Note 9: Key in the value, press the SET icon to store or the CLEAR key to reset.
Note 12: This code is available only for the 5480.

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Duplexer/Copy Exit

Setting Mode/08 Codes


Setting Service Codes 08 Mode
Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy
08 - 487
see note 12

Sub
code
z

Name

Mode

Default

Allowable
Input
Value

Contents

Duplexer Pre-feed

ALL

0-1

0: Enabled
1: Disabled - Set to this value only when sideto-side skewing or folded corners occur.

08 - 603

Automatic duplexing mode

Copier

0-3

0: Disabled
1: Single-sided to Double-sided
2: Double-sided to Double-sided
3: User selection

08 - 611

Book double-sided original


selection

Copier

0-1

0: Opening book (copying) from the front


1: Opening book (copying) from the back

Note 12: This code is available only for the 5480.

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F565/F565S

F565/F565S
Registration Roller Compensation
See the Main Registration Roller Compensation adjustment in the Paper Feed group.

Finisher Alignment
Specification:
The finisher must align with the copier frame in the vertical
direction, and side to side horizontally at the top and the
bottom of the unit. Alignment is corrected by adjusting the
copiers 4 leveling pads (under its lower unit).
Note: Paper travel between the copier and the finisher may
be impaired if the copiers lower unit is misaligned with
the finisher.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Measure the clearance at A (top) and A (bottom) between
the finisher and the copier.
2. Adjust the pads on the copier so that A and A are equal.

Copier
lower unit

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3. Measure the horizontal (side-to-side) difference of the


finisher relative to the copier, at the rear.
4. Adjust the pads on the copier so that B (top) and B'
(bottom) are equal.
Copier
lower
unit

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Paper Stack Height Sensor
Specification:
LED 2 on the finisher logic PWA will turn ON and OFF during and after the adjustment is performed
correctly and finished.
Note: The paper stack height sensor S402 is an automatic adjustment.
Note: This adjustment must be made when the logic PWA or the sensor is replaced.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Turn the finisher SW3 dip switches on as shown in the illustration.
2. Place a blank sheet of plain paper (LT/A4) on both trays.
3. Press SW2 on the finisher logic PWA to perform the automatic adjustment. The
tray unit will shift tray 1 and then tray 2 in sequence.
When the adjustment has been completed, trays will return to
their home positions.
During the adjustment, LED 2 flashes. When the adjustment is finished, LED 2 will
continue to flash.
If the automatic adjustment fails, the mechanism stops while the tray in question is
being adjusted. At the same time, LED 2 turns OFF.
4. Turn the SW3 dip switches to OFF.
5. Turn the copier OFF.

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F565/F565S

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F565/F565S

Alignment Guide Position


Specification:
When the finisher logic PWA is replaced, or if a registration fault occurs, the alignment guide must be adjusted.
Note: The adjustment corrects for all paper sizes.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Remove the finisher units rear cover.
2. Set the SW3 dip switches on the finisher logic PWA as shown in the illustration.
3. Press SW2 on the finisher logic PWA if A4 paper is being used.
or
Press SW1 on the finisher logic PWA if LT paper is being used.
A press on SW2 or SW1 will open the swing guide and move the alignment
guide to the A4/LT position.

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4. Place 10 sheets of A4/LT paper between the alignment
guide and the guide plate, butting them against
the paper stops.
5. Press SW2 or SW1 on the finisher logic PWA, and butt the
alignment guide against the sheets.
A press on SW2 will shift the alignment guide to the front
in increments of 0.35mm.
A press on SW1 will shift the alignment guide to the rear
in increments of 0.35mm.
6. Press SW2 and SW1 simultaneously to store the
adjustment value.
This will lower the swing guide.
7. Turn the SW3 dip switches to OFF.
8. Install the finisher units rear cover.

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F565/F565S
Alignment guide
8 steps
Shift by SW1
Shift by SW2
8 steps
16 steps total
from full in to
full out
Stop (paper)
A4/LT paper

Stop (paper)

Front guide

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Staple Position (Stapler Movement Range)
Specification:
The stapler position automatically adjusts when this adjustment is performed.
Note: The adjustment affects all paper sizes and all stapling positions.
Note: This adjustment must be performed if the finisher logic PWA is replaced.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Remove the finisher units rear cover.
2. Set the SW3 dip switches on the finisher logic PWA as shown in the illustration.
Note: Staples must be installed or the staple cartridge empty switch (SW408)
actuator will not be held down and the adjustment will not function.

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3. If A4 paper is being used, press SW2 on the
finisher logic PWA first.
or
If LT paper is being used, press SW1 on the
finisher logic PWA first.
A press on SW2 or SW1 will open the swing guide and cause
the feed belt to rotate.
4. Within 5 seconds after pressing the switch, place two sheets of
LT/A4 paper between the alignment guide and the front guide,
butting it against the paper stops.
The finisher will detect the paper and lower the swing guide.
It will then staple at 1-position at the rear.
The paper delivery operation will not be performed.
Remove the paper manually.

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F565/F565S
Alignment guide Stapler

Paper Stop

Paper Stop

Front guide

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5. If the stapling position is correct, turn all dip
290 2mm (A4)/
switches on SW3 to OFF to end the adjustment.
273 2mm (LT)
If the stapling position needs to be changed,
continue with the next step.
6. To adjust the position where the staple penetrates
the paper, press SW1 (for LT paper), or SW2 (for A4
paper) on the finisher logic PWA as many times as
Staple
necessary.
One press on SW1 will shift the stapling position to
the rear in steps of 0.3mm (16 steps allowed).
One press on SW2 will shift the stapling position to
Paper
the front in steps of 0.3mm (16 steps allowed).
Use SW1 to shift up to 16 steps toward the rear.
Use SW2 to shift up to 16 steps toward the front.
Shift by SW1 Shift by SW2
When set to the center - there are 32 total steps
from the front to the rear.
Feeding direction
16 steps
16 steps
7. Press SW2 and SW1 simultaneously.
allowed
allowed
This opens the swing guide, and rotates the feed
belt.
32 total steps
Place 2 sheets of LT/A4 paper in the stapling unit
(from front to rear)
to start the stapling operation.
8. Check the stapling position. If it is correct, set all
SW3 dip switches to OFF to end the adjustment. If readjustment is necessary,
return to step 6.
Note: Current finisher logic PWA settings are changed when either the SW2 or SW1
is pushed. To go back to a previous setting after either switch is pushed, the
other switch must be pushed as many times as the first switch was pushed.

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F565/F565S

Sort/Staple Capacity
Specification:
The sort/staple capacity comes adjusted for 30 sets.
The number of stapled sets can be changed from 30 to 50 or No-Limit by setting SW3 No.6 or No.8 to ON.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
When the sort/staple stack capacity limit exceeds 30 sets,
stack defects may occur.
When defects occur, reset the set limit from 50 or No-Limit
sets to 30 sets.

SW3
Switch setting
Sort/Staple Stack Capacity limit of 30 sets.

SW3
Switch setting
Sort/Staple Stack Capacity limit of 50 sets.

SW3
Switch setting
Sort/Staple Stack Capacity No-limit.

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Saddle Stitcher Folding Position


Specification:
The folding position and the saddle (staple) stitching position must be in the same location on a LD/A3 sheet of paper.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
The folding position is adjusted by changing the settings of SW1 dip switches 6 through 8 on the saddle stitcher
logic PWA.
The distance over which the paper positioning guide is moved to the folding position from the stitching position will be
changed, depending on the switch settings.
Replacing the saddle stitcher logic PWA, requires that the new logic PWA SW1 dip switches be set the same as those
on the old SW1.
If the folding position must be changed, perform the following steps:
1. Remove the stitcher logic PWA cover, and set SW1 dip switches 1
through 4 on the saddle stitcher logic PWA as shown in the illustration.
2. Remove the rear cover of the saddle stitcher unit, and tape the actuator
of the entrance guide interlock sensor (S429) and the stitcher entrance
guide interlock switch (SW411) of the saddle stitcher unit in place.
3. Press SW2 on the saddle stitcher logic PWA so that the stitcher paper
feed motor (M409) starts to rotate.
If SW2 is pressed for 1 second or less, the adjustment mode will be for
A3 size paper.
If SW2 is pressed for 3 seconds or more, the adjustment mode will be
for LD size paper.

Do not change SW1 dip switches


5 through 8 at this time.

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4. Obtain 2 sheets of LD/A3 paper.


5. Place a reference mark at the top of each sheet of paper
to assure that the measurement which will be made later
in this adjustment, will be make correctly.

Reference mark

A3/LD paper

Insert in this direction

6. Open the entrance cover.


7. Insert the two sheets of paper with each sheets reference
mark at the trailing edge.
8. Insert both sheets by hand until their leading edge butts
against the paper positioning guide.

2 sheets

Reference
mark

Trailing edge
of paper

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Reference mark

Folding position
Unit: mm

9. Close the entrance cover.


10. Press SW2 on the saddle stitcher logic PWA.
The saddle stitcher unit will stitch the sheets, and fold and
deliver the stack automatically.
11. Measure the distance (L) between the stitching position and the
folding position.
12. Perform the positive L gap difference adjustment or negative
L gap difference adjustment.
If the stitching position is below the folding position (reference
mark is above): Perform the positive L gap difference
adjustment.
If the stitching position is above the folding position (reference
mark is above): Perform the negative L gap difference
adjustment.

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Stitching position

Example: If L is +1mm, provide 1mm.

Note: The stitching position and the folding position must match.
Negative L gap difference adjustment

Reference mark

Unit: mm

Stitching position

Folding position

Example: If L is -0.75mm, provide 0.75mm.

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13. Refer to the table, and if necessary, change


L Gap
the settings of SW1s dip switches 6 through
SW1
Dip
Switch
Settings
Difference
Settings
8.
(in units of 0.5mm)
A. No change is required if the difference in
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
Prior to
Beginning with
width between the stitching position and
EPROM
EPROM
the folding position is 0.
Version 5
Version 5
If 0 is the difference between the
OFF
ON
ON
+3 (+0.75MM)
+3 (+1.5MM)
stitching position and the folding
OFF
ON
OFF
+2 (+0.50MM)
+2 (+1.0MM)
position, they match.
OFF
OFF
ON
+1 (+0.25MM)
+1 (+0.5MM)
B. To perform the positive L gap difference
adjustment.
OFF
OFF
OFF
0
0
Set the SW1 dip so that the difference
ON
OFF
ON
-1 (-0.25MM)
-1 (-0.5MM)
resulting from subtraction of the interval
ON
ON
OFF
-2 (-0.50MM)
-2 (-1.0MM)
from the appropriate setting in the table
ON
ON
ON
-3 (-0.75MM)
-3 (-1.5MM)
is provided.
For example: If the SW1 dip is currently
set to +2 and the difference is +1mm,
set the SW1 dip to reflect -2. Turn switch 6 to ON, switch 7 to ON, and switch 8 to
OFF.
C. To perform the negative L gap difference adjustment:
Set the SW1 dip so that the sum resulting from addition of the interval to the
appropriate setting is provided. For instance, if SW1 dip is currently set to -1 and the
difference is -0.75mm, set SW1 dip to reflect +2.
14. Turn SW1 dip switches 1 through 4 to OFF.

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Saddle Stitcher Center Position - Fine Adjustment


Specification:
The paper must be folded at its centerline position.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
1. Make saddle stitched copies in LT-R/A4-R, B4, or LD/A3 paper sizes.
2. Check that the paper is folded and stitched at the centerline position.
3. If the paper is not folded and stitched at the centerline position for any paper size continue with step 4.
4. Adjust the code for the appropriate paper size. The adjustment values are -14 to +14 with 0.25mm/step.
05 Mode Codes
05-468-0

LT-R/A4-R

05-468-1

B4

05-468-2

LD/A3

5. Press and hold down the 0 and 5 keys and turn the power switch ON.
Note: To enter a negative value press the STOP key prior to entering the value.
6. Change the value to negative or positive according to the direction the paper is folded off
from the centerline and make a test saddle stitched copy.
7. Repeat the procedure until the paper is folded and stitched at the centerline.
8. Press the 0 and 9 keys simultaneously to exit the 05 Adjust Mode.
9. Turn the power switch OFF then ON, to exit the 09 Service Mode.
Note: Do not leave the machine in the 09 Service Mode for the customer to use.

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Adjusting the Stitcher Stapler Anvil


Specification:
Stitcher Stapler unit is aligned with the anvil.
Special Tools:
Stapler positioning tool.
Measurement/Adjustment:
Note: This adjustment must be preformed whenever one of
the stitcher staplers is removed for servicing or is
replaced.
1.
2.
3.
4.

Screws

Remove the front inner cover.


Remove the front lower door.
Slide the stitcher unit out toward the front.
Remove the stitcher stapler mounting unit cover
(3 screws).

Cover

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5. Remove the stapler positioning tool from the back of the
cover.

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Stapler positioning tool

6. To adjust the front stitcher stapler, remove the center


paper positioning plate and the front paper positioning
plate (1 screw each).
7. To adjust the rear stitcher stapler, remove the center
positioning plate and the rear positioning plate (1 screw
each).

Front
Rear
Center
positioning positioning positioning
plate
plate
plate

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8. Loosen the 2 anvil mounting screws (2 screws per anvil),
prior to adjusting each stitcher stapler.

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2 screws per anvil

Anvils

9. Insert the positioning tool into the stitcher stapler slot.

Stapler
Stapler positioning tool

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10. Position the stitcher stapler unit down, and turn the stapler
gear so that the projection on the tool and the recess in
anvil align.
11. Tighten the anvil screws to secure the anvil in place.

Stapler
positioning
tool
Anvil

Tool projection

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Paper Pushing Plate Position
Specification:
The hole in the pushing plate bracket must be aligned with the embossed section of the backup plate.
Special Tools:
None.
Measurement/Adjustment:
Note: This adjustment must be preformed when installing the paper pushing plate.
1. Align holes [1] on the paper pushing plate with the
embossed sections [2] on the backup plate.
The correct side of the paper pushing plate must be
facing up.

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2. Insert the paper pushing plate and backup plate into the
opening shown, and temporarily place them on the
pushing plate bracket.
The hole in the pushing plate bracket must be aligned
with the embossed section of the backup plate.

Paper pushing plate

3. Push the backup plate forward against the tips of the 2


screws that you installed earlier.
4. Use the 3 previously removed screws to fasten the paper
pushing plate and the backup plate.
5. Remove the 2 screws that were used for positioning the
backup plate.

Backup plate

Backup plate

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Adjustment Mode/05 Codes


Adjustment Service Codes 05 Mode
Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Group

Adjustment

Mode

Default

Range

05 - 468 - 0
see note 8

Binding position/folding position fine


adjustment (LT-R/A4-R).

ALL

-14-14

05 - 468 - 1
see note 8

Binding position/folding position


fine adjustment (B4).

ALL

-14-14

05 - 468 - 2
see note 8

Binding position/folding position


fine adjustment. (LD/A3)

ALL

-14-14

05 - 469
see note 12

Main registration roller


compensation adjustment.

ALL

0-4

Note: Use this adjustment


when paper exiting the finisher is
mis-stapled, misaligned, or jams.

Description
Position shifts to the right page
0.25/step.

0: High
1: Middle-high
2: Middle
3: Middle-low
4: Low
The higher the value the more the
delay between sheets of paper fed
to the finisher.

Note 8: Key in Code 468 press the START key, key in the Sub Code, then press the START key. Key in the value, press SET icon to store or the CLEAR key to
reset.
Note 12: This code is available only for the 5480.

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Setting Mode/08 Codes


Setting Service Codes 08 Mode
Mode
xx

Main
code
yyy

Sub
code
z

Default

Allowable
Input
Value

Name

Mode

Contents

08 - 642

Finisher mode priority selection at


power ON

Copier

0-3

0: NON SORT
1: STAPLE
2: SORT
3: STACK

08 - 652

Copy Mode finisher cascade


mode.

Copier

0-1

0: OFF
1: ON

08 - 653

Print Mode finisher cascade


mode.

Printer

0-1

0: OFF
1: ON