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Service Manual

Contents

Safety Precautions and Warnings

Before Starting Repair Work

Basic Operations

Replacing Parts of Supply Unit

Replacing Parts of Tray Unit

Replacing Parts of Elevating Transport Unit

Replacing Parts of Lispl-873

Replacing Parts of Lispl-873M

Replacing Parts of VD Unit

Replacing Exposure Unit

Replacing Parts in Heat Process Unit

Replacing Ejection Unit

Replacing Parts of LiS-873

Replacing Parts in Main Unit

Replacing Parts in Main Unit Exterior

Replacing and Cleaning Parts on a Regular Basis

Setting and Adjustment

DRYPRO 873 Utility Tool

MainteTool

Troubleshooting

Technical Information

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CODE NO.0992 (UL)
0993 (CE)
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Introduction Manuals for This Product
DRYPRO 873 is a totally dry processing laser imager. This product This product comes with the following manuals for respective
is easy to use and environmentally friendly while providing purposes.
sophisticated features and high image quality. Read them as necessary to learn how to effectively use this
This manual provides installation and repair precautions and a product.
series of steps for service engineers who install or repair DRYPRO
873. (1) Operation Manual
The manual should be kept in a handy place for quick reference. This manual describes the startup, shutdown, and other operating
procedures for DRYPRO 873.

(2) Operation Sheet


This manual describes the frequently used operations and functions
of DRYPRO 873.

(3) Installation Manual


This manual provides installation precautions and a series of steps
for service engineers who install DRYPRO 873.

(4) Service Manual


This manual provides repair precautions and a series of steps for
service engineers who repair DRYPRO 873.

Cautions
1) Unauthorized reproduction of any part of this manual is
prohibited.
2) The contents of this manual are subject to change without
notice.
3) Any discrepancies, errors or omissions noted should be
communicated to the manufacturer.
4) Notwithstanding item 3. above, the manufacturer accepts no
responsibility whatsoever for any loss or decrease in profits
arising from usage of the product.

Trademark
Microsoft, Windows, and Internet Explorer are registered
trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United
States and/or other countries.
Other company names and product names in this document are
trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

DRYPRO MODEL 873 Service Manual i


How to Read This Manual Chapter 13 Replacing Parts in Sorter Unit
This chapter describes how to replace parts in the sorter unit when
Structure of This Manual they fail.
This manual consists of the following chapters.
Chapter 14 Replacing Parts in Main Unit
Chapter 1 Safety Warnings and Precautions This chapter describes how to replace parts in the main unit when
they fail.
This chapter provides information to users about precautions
against hazards and damage to people and property. Read this
Chapter 15 Replacing Parts in Main Unit Exterior
chapter to fully understand the safety precautions before using the
product. This chapter describes how to replace parts in the exterior of the
main unit when they fail.
Chapter 2 Before Starting Repair Work
Chapter 16 Replacing and Cleaning Parts on a
This chapter presents a product overview that it will be necessary
for you to know, as well as information about tools required for Regular Basis
repair work DRYPRO 873. This chapter describes how to replace and clean parts on a regular
basis.
Chapter 3 Basic Operations
This chapter describes basic operations required for repairing Chapter 17 Adjustment and Setting
DRYPRO 873, including procedures describing how to install or This chapter describes various setting and adjustment procedures
remove a supply tray and exterior cover, open and close covers, for DRYPRO 873.
and wear a grounding strap.
Chapter 18 DRYPRO 873 Utility Tool
Chapter 4 Replacing Supply Unit Parts This chapter describes items of DRYPRO 873 Utility Tool.
This chapter describes how to replace parts in the supply unit when
they fail. Chapter 19 Mainte Tool
This chapter describes various maintenance procedures using the
Chapter 5 Replacing Tray Unit Parts service.
This chapter describes how to replace parts in the tray unit when
they fail. Chapter 20 Troubleshooting
This chapter provides solutions for any errors that may occur.
Chapter 6 Replacing Parts of Elevating Transport Unit
This chapter describes how to replace parts in the elevating Chapter 21 Technical Information
transport unit when they fail. This chapter provides technical information on DRYPRO 873,
including block diagrams, wiring diagrams, board drawings, and
Chapter 7 Replacing Parts of Lispl-873 function timing charts.
This chapter describes how to replace parts in Lispl-873 when they
fail.

Chapter 8 Replacing Parts of Lispl-873M


This chapter describes how to replace parts in Lispl-873M when
they fail.

Chapter 9 Replacing Sub Scan Unit Parts


This chapter describes how to replace parts in the sub scan unit
when they fail.

Chapter 10 Replacing Exposure Unit


This chapter describes how to replace parts in the exposure unit
when they fail and how to carry out adjustments after replacing the
parts.

Chapter 11 Replacing Parts in Heat Process Unit


This chapter describes how to replace parts in the heat process unit
when they fail.

Chapter 12 Replacing Parts in Ejection Unit


This chapter describes how to replace parts in the ejection unit
when they fail.

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Structure of Instruction Pages

Chapter title
The title of the chapter to which the page
belongs is indicated.
It appears on the left side on even pages
and on the right side on odd pages.

Item title Chapter 4 Installing Options

The title of the operation explained in this 4.3.3 Installing LiS-873 3. Remove the left side cover.
chapter is shown. Install LiS-873 on DRYPRO 873.
- Four screws (M4 8)
Remove the two screws in the upper part and loosen the two screws
in the lower part.
Do not press the open front cover down or place an object on Slide the left side cover upward so that the tabs (two locations) on the

Mark it. Doing so could cause malfunction. inside of the left side cover detach from the main unit, and remove
the cover.

Notes or reference information are provided. Work outline


The number of personnel and the estimated work hours to perform work in
For the meanings of marks, this item are as follows:

refer to "Marks Used in this Manual" on the Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 10 minutes
next page.
Things to have on hand
Tools you need to have ready when you perform work in this item are as
follows:

Work outline No.

1
Tools

Various types of screwdrivers


No.

2
Tools

Trays (for screws and parts)

The number of personnel, amount of time, 4.


1. Remove the upper rear cover. Open the front cover.
and tools required for this work are described. - Six screws (M4 8) You can open the front cover by pulling both sides of the upper
Remove the two screws in the upper part, one in the middle, and one portion of the front cover toward you.
in the lower center, and loosen the other two screws in the lower part.


Procedure
4.3 Installing LiS-873

The procedure is explained using


numbered steps.

Illustration for steps


Steps are illustrated.
5. Remove the relay connector (JJ27).

When one illustration contains 2. Remove the MEC (mechanical control) box cover.
- Four screws (M3 6) When removing the connector, do not pull the cord, but pinch
multiple work locations, the tab on the connector. Pulling the cord strongly can break it.
they are numbered in the order of the
work steps involved.

Page number
Page numbers are given in the
4-34 DRYPRO MODEL 873 INSTALLATION MANUAL
"Chapter number-Page number" format.
The page number starts from 1 in each
chapter. It appears on the left side on
even pages and on the right side on
odd pages.

Model name/Manual name


The model name and the manual name
of this machine are described.

DRYPRO MODEL 873 Service Manual iii


Marks Used in this Manual
Marks used in this document are defined as follows:
Element Example

Used to indicate an immediate and imminent danger, which, if not avoided, is likely to cause death or serious injury, or
serious property damage such as total loss of equipment and fire.

Used to indicate a consequential (potential) danger, which, if not avoided, is likely to cause death or serious injury, or
serious property damage such as total loss of equipment and fire.

Used to indicate hazards which, if not avoided, can cause minor or moderate injuries, partial loss of equipment, or loss
of computer data.

Used to indicate instructions you must observe or important information you need to know when operating the product.

Used to indicate reference information for operating the product.

Symbols Used in this Manual


Symbols used in this document are defined as follows:
Element Symbol Example

Characters or values to be input, or the " " Input "180".


name of a window

The name of a window, a button in a [ ] [FILM SETUP] window, [OK] button


window, or a key on the keyboard [Ctrl] key on the keyboard

Supplementary information on the ( ) Set [Overlay] (overlay offset value).


preceding sentence or word

Abbreviations Used in this Manual


Abbreviations used in this document represent the following product names.
Product Name Abbreviation

Laser Imager DRYPRO MODEL 873 DRYPRO 873

Laser Imager DRYPRO MODEL 832 DRYPRO 832

PRINT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Printlink5-IN Printlink5-IN

Screenshots
Screenshots in this document may show only the part of the window used for the operation.

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Precautions about Using This Manual

CAUTION
• Be sure to observe the precautions described in this
manual.
Be sure to observe the precautions described in this document
or device manuals. Failure to observe them may result in
personal injury or damage to this product.
• Do not perform work that is not described in this manual.
Performing prohibited operations or those that are not
described in this document or device manuals can cause
personal injury or damage to this product.
• Although the precautions in this document or device
manuals are provided based on various considerations,
unpredictable events may still occur. While operating this
product, pay constant attention to possible hazards in
addition to observing the instructions.

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Contents

Contents
Introduction.................................................................................... i 3.5 Wearing a Wrist Grounding Strap............................. 3-29
Cautions .............................................................................. i 3.6 Manually Unlocking Tray........................................... 3-30
Trademark........................................................................... i
Manuals for This Product.............................................................. i Chapter 4 Replacing Parts of Supply Unit ........4-1
How to Read This Manual............................................................ii 4.1 Light Shield Unit............................................................4-2
Structure of This Manual.....................................................ii 4.1.1 Placing Parts ...........................................................4-2
Structure of Instruction Pages...........................................iii 4.1.2 Removing/Installing Light Shield Unit Contents
Marks Used in this Manual............................................... iv Assembly ................................................................4-3
Symbols Used in this Manual........................................... iv 4.1.3 Replacing Barrier Bag Detection Sensor .............4-6
Abbreviations Used in this Manual .................................. iv 4.1.4 Replacing Film Height Detection Sensor.............4-8

Contents
Screenshots ...................................................................... iv 4.2 Pickup Unit................................................................. 4-10
Precautions about Using This Manual........................................ v 4.2.1 Placing Parts ........................................................ 4-10
4.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit Assembly.....4-11
Chapter 1 Safety Precautions and Warnings ...1-1 4.2.3 Replacing Pickup Transport Motor ................... 4-15
1.1 Alert Symbol Marks......................................................1-2 4.2.4 Replacing Pickup HP Motor.............................. 4-18
1.2 Warning Statements (Signal Words)...........................1-2 4.2.5 Replacing Pickup HP Sensor ............................. 4-20
1.3 Warning Labels.............................................................1-3
1.3.1 Positions and Types of Warning Labels .............. 1-3 Chapter 5 Replacing Parts of Tray Unit.............5-1
1.4 Safety Precautions.......................................................1-5 5.1 Placing Parts.................................................................5-2
1.4.1 General Warnings and Cautions........................... 1-5 5.2 Replacing Supply Elevating Motor ..............................5-3
1.4.2 Warnings and Cautions about for Use................. 1-5 5.3 Replacing Elevating Plate HP Sensor.........................5-6
1.4.3 Warnings and Cautions about Power Supply and 5.4 Replacing Tray Lock Solenoid.....................................5-9
Power Cables......................................................... 1-6 5.5 Replacing Tray Detection Sensor............................. 5-13
1.4.4 Warnings and Cautions about for Installation, 5.6 Replacing Outlet Light Shield Unit Assembly .......... 5-17
Transportation, Storage, and Connection ............ 1-6
5.6.1 Adjusting Reference Guide................................ 5-20
1.4.5 Warnings and Cautions about for Maintenance.. 1-7
1.4.6 Cautions about for Disposal ................................. 1-7 Chapter 6 Replacing Parts of Elevating Transport
1.4.7 Precautions Following Requirements of Laws and
Regulations ............................................................ 1-8
Unit.....................................................6-1
6.1 Placing Parts.................................................................6-2
Chapter 2 Before Starting Repair Work ............2-1 6.2 Removing/Installing Elevating Transport Unit.............6-3
2.1 Names of Parts.............................................................2-2 6.3 Replacing Elevating Transport Nip Opening/
2.1.1 Front and Left Side................................................ 2-2 Closing Motor................................................................6-7
2.1.2 Rear, Right Side, and Top..................................... 2-3 6.4 Replacing Elevating Transport Nip Opening/
2.1.3 Operation Panel..................................................... 2-4 Closing HP Sensor.......................................................6-9
2.1.4 Interior.................................................................... 2-5 6.5 Replacing Supply Outlet Sensor .............................. 6-12
2.1.5 Supply Tray............................................................ 2-6 6.6 Replacing Elevating Transport Motor....................... 6-14
2.1.6 Lispl-873 (Optional).............................................. 2-7 6.7 Replacing Right Door Front/
2.1.7 Lispl-873M (Optional).......................................... 2-7 Right Door Back Sensor ........................................... 6-16
2.1.8 LiS-873 (Optional)................................................ 2-8
2.2 Structure........................................................................2-9 Chapter 7 Replacing Parts of Lispl-873 ............7-1
2.3 Specifications..............................................................2-10 7.1 Light Shield Unit............................................................7-2
2.4 Tools, Measuring Instruments, and 7.1.1 Placing Parts ...........................................................7-2
Jigs Necessary for Servicing .....................................2-12 7.2 Pickup Unit....................................................................7-3
7.2.1 Placing Parts ...........................................................7-3
Chapter 3 Basic Operations ..............................3-1 7.3 Tray Unit........................................................................7-4
3.1 Removing/Installing Supply Tray.................................3-2 7.3.1 Placing Parts ...........................................................7-4
3.2 Opening/Closing Cover................................................3-4 7.3.2 Replacing Outlet Light Shield Unit Assembly....7-5
3.2.1 Opening/Closing Front Cover.............................. 3-4 7.3.3 Replacing SUPPLY DRV Board ..........................7-8
3.2.2 Opening/Closing Upper Right Cover.................. 3-5 7.4 Elevating Transport Unit............................................ 7-10
3.2.3 Opening/Closing Lower Right Cover.................. 3-6 7.4.1 Removing/Installing Elevating Transport Unit..7-11
3.3 Removing/Installing Exterior Cover.............................3-7 7.4.2 Replacing Elevating Transport Nip Opening/
3.3.1 Removing/Installing Upper Right Cover............ 3-7 Closing Motor ..................................................... 7-14
3.3.2 Removing/Installing Lower Right Cover............ 3-9 7.4.3 Replacing Elevating Transport Nip Opening/
3.3.3 Removing/Installing Upper Right Side Cover.. 3-11 Closing HP Sensor.............................................. 7-16
3.3.4 Removing/Installing Center Right Side Cover. 3-16
3.3.5 Removing/Installing Lower Right Side Cover. 3-19
Chapter 8 Replacing Parts of Lispl-873M .........8-1
3.3.6 Removing/Installing Upper Rear Cover............ 3-22 8.1 Light Shield Unit............................................................8-2
3.3.7 Removing/Installing Lower Rear Cover........... 3-24 8.1.1 Placing Parts ...........................................................8-2
3.3.8 Removing/Installing Left Side Cover................ 3-26 8.2 Pickup Unit....................................................................8-3
3.4 Removing/Installing Film Ejection Tray.....................3-28 8.2.1 Placing Parts ...........................................................8-3

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8.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit Assembly ...... 8-4 Chapter 13 Replacing Parts of LiS-873.............13-1
8.2.3 Replacing Pickup Transport Motor...................... 8-7 13.1 Placing Parts.............................................................. 13-2
8.2.4 Replacing Pickup HP Motor .............................. 8-10
13.2 Removing/Installing LiS-873..................................... 13-3
8.2.5 Replacing Pickup HP Sensor ............................. 8-12
13.3 Replacing Sorter Transport Motor ...........................13-11
8.2.6 Replacing Suction Cup Drive Motor................. 8-14
8.2.7 Replacing Pickup Sensor for Mammography... 8-16 13.4 Replacing Bin Switching Solenoid.......................... 13-13
8.2.8 Replacing Suction Pump .................................... 8-18 13.5 Replacing Jam Detection Sensor........................... 13-16
8.2.9 Replacing Solenoid Valve................................... 8-20 13.6 Replacing Door Opening/
8.3 Tray Unit......................................................................8-22 Closing Detection Sensor ....................................... 13-18
8.3.1 Placing Parts ........................................................ 8-22 13.7 Replacing SORTER DRV Board............................ 13-20
Contents
8.3.2 Removing/Installing Rear Supply Unit............. 8-23
8.3.3 Replacing Supply Elevating Motor ................... 8-26
Chapter 14 Replacing Parts in Main Unit..........14-1
8.3.4 Replacing Elevating Plate HP Sensor................ 8-27 14.1 Placing Parts.............................................................. 14-2
Contents

8.3.5 Replacing Tray Lock Solenoid........................... 8-29 14.2 Replacing Front Cover Sensor ................................. 14-3
8.3.6 Replacing Tray Detection Sensor ...................... 8-31 14.3 Replacing Main Board............................................... 14-7
8.3.7 Replacing SUPPLY DRV Board ....................... 8-33 14.4 Replacing Compact Flash........................................14-11
8.4 Elevating Transport Unit.............................................8-35 14.5 Replacing MEC Board ............................................ 14-14
8.4.1 Removing/Installing Elevating Transport Unit. 8-36 14.6 Replacing Multiple Power Supply........................... 14-16
14.7 Replacing H-DRV Board......................................... 14-18
Chapter 9 Replacing Parts of Sub Scan Unit ...9-1
14.8 Replacing Noise Filter ............................................. 14-20
9.1 Placing Parts.................................................................9-2 14.9 Replacing Control Cooling Fan............................... 14-22
9.2 Removing/Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the 14.10 Replacing Supply Outlet Sensor ............................ 14-24
Exposure and Position Regulation Units) ...................9-4
14.11 Replacing Power Transformer Unit ........................ 14-26
9.3 Replacing the Sub Scan Unit
(Including the Position Regulation Unit)......................9-9 14.12 Replacing Fan.......................................................... 14-29
9.4 Replacing Upper Right Cover Detection Sensor......9-11 Chapter 15 Replacing Parts
9.5 Replacing Position Regulation Inlet Sensor .............9-13
in Main Unit Exterior........................15-1
9.6 Replacing Position Regulation Transport Motor Unit
Assembly ....................................................................9-16 15.1 Placing Parts.............................................................. 15-2
9.7 Replacing Moderation Belt.........................................9-18 15.2 Removing/Installing Exterior of Operation Panel..... 15-3
9.8 Replacing Transfer Belt..............................................9-20 15.3 Replacing LCD Board ............................................... 15-6
9.9 Replacing Sub Scan Transport Motor.......................9-22 15.4 Replacing Status Lamp............................................. 15-8
9.10 Replacing Sub Scan Nip Motor.................................9-25 15.5 Replacing Operation Switch Board .........................15-11
9.11 Replacing Sub Scan Inlet Sensor .............................9-28
Chapter 16 Replacing and Cleaning Parts on a
9.12 Replacing Sub Scan Nip HP Sensor ........................9-31
Regular Basis..................................16-1
9.13 Replacing V-sync Sensor...........................................9-33
9.14 Replacing Reference Guide ......................................9-36 16.1 Periodic Maintenance Tasks..................................... 16-2
16.2 Replacing Pickup Rollers.......................................... 16-3
Chapter 10 Replacing Exposure Unit................10-1 16.3 Replacing Opposing Roller and Deodorant Duct .... 16-5
10.1 Placing Exposure Unit................................................10-2 16.4 Cleaning Guide Roller............................................... 16-9
10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit ...........................................10-3 16.5 Cleaning Control Box Intake Air Filter .....................16-11
10.2.1 Setting Exposure Parameters.............................. 10-5 16.6 Cleaning Power Supply Unit Intake Air Filter......... 16-12
16.7 Cleaning the Cleaning Roller.................................. 16-13
Chapter 11 Replacing Parts in Heat Process 16.8 Replacing Sub Scan Belt (Transfer Belt) ............... 16-14
Unit................................................... 11-1 16.9 Replacing Heat Process Drive Unit........................ 16-15
11.1 Heat Process Unit Side..............................................11-2
11.1.1 Removing/Installing Heat Process Unit ............ 11-3 Chapter 17 Setting and Adjustment ..................17-1
11.1.2 Replacing Heater................................................. 11-7 17.1 Image Unevenness Correction................................. 17-2
11.1.3 Replacing Heat Process Temperature Sensor ... 11-8 17.1.1 Pitch Unevenness Correction............................. 17-4
11.1.4 Replacing Supply Cooling Fan .......................... 11-9 17.1.2 Shading Correction ........................................... 17-11
11.2 Main Unit Side ..........................................................11-11 17.2 Checking and Adjusting Image Data
11.2.1 Replacing Heat Process Motor......................... 11-12 Writing Position........................................................ 17-16
11.2.2 Replacing Heat Process Cooling Fans 1 and 211-14 17.2.1 Checking Image Data Writing Position .......... 17-16
11.2.3 Replacing Deodorant Filter Detection Sensor 11-16 17.2.2 Adjusting Main Scan OFFSET (Lateral)
11.2.4 Replacing Insulation Unit Fan.......................... 11-18 Writing Position................................................. 17-18
11.2.5 Replacing Deodorant Fan................................. 11-20 17.2.3 Adjusting Sub Scan OFFSET (Vertical)
11.2.6 Replacing Internal Temperature Sensor .......... 11-22 Writing Position................................................. 17-20
17.3 Checking and Fine Tuning the Print Size............... 17-22
Chapter 12 Replacing Ejection Unit ..................12-1 17.3.1 Checking Print Size........................................... 17-22
12.1 Placing Ejection Unit ..................................................12-2 17.3.2 Main Scan OFFSET Adjustment..................... 17-24
12.1.1 Replacing Ejection Unit...................................... 12-3 17.3.3 Sub Scan OFFSET Adjustment....................... 17-25

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Chapter 18 DRYPRO 873 Utility Tool ...............18-1 Chapter 21 Technical Information......................21-1


18.1 DRYPRO 873 Utility Tool Start ..................................18-2 21.1 Placing Electronic Parts ............................................ 21-2
18.2 PRINT QUEUE/DELETE...........................................18-6 21.1.1 Placing Electronic Parts of Supply Unit............ 21-2
18.3 PRINT CONDITION..................................................18-8 21.1.2 Placing Electronic Parts of Tray Unit................ 21-3
18.4 TEST PRINT........................................................... 18-10 21.1.3 Placing Electronic Parts
of Elevating Transport Unit................................ 21-4
18.5 CUSTOM BORDER SETUP................................. 18-12
21.1.4 Placing Electronic Parts of Lispl-873................ 21-5
18.6 QC PATTERN.......................................................... 18-13
21.1.5 Placing Electronic Parts of Lispl-873M............ 21-6
18.7 LOGO SETUP......................................................... 18-14 21.1.6 Placing Electronic Parts of Sub Scan Unit........ 21-7
18.8 FILM DATA .............................................................. 18-16 21.1.7 Placing Electronic Parts of Heat Process Unit.. 21-8 Contents
18.9 FILM SETUP .......................................................... 18-17 21.1.8 Placing Electronic Parts of LiS-873 .................. 21-9
18.10 CALIBRATION SETUP........................................... 18-19 21.1.9 Placing Electronic Parts of Main Unit............. 21-10
18.11 SYSTEM SETUP................................................... 18-20 21.1.10 Placing Electronic Parts

Contents
18.12 TIME LAYOUT........................................................ 18-23 of Main Unit Exterior ....................................... 21-11
18.13 SORTER SETUP.................................................... 18-25 21.2 Placing Mechanical Parts........................................ 21-12
18.14 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE................................ 18-27 21.2.1 Placing Mechanical Parts of Supply Unit ....... 21-12
18.15 HPRO SETUP......................................................... 18-29 21.2.2 Placing Mechanical Parts of Tray Unit ........... 21-13
21.2.3 Placing Electronic Parts
18.16 MEC SETUP .......................................................... 18-32
of Elevating Transport Unit.............................. 21-14
18.17 PRODUCT SETUP................................................ 18-33 21.2.4 Placing Mechanical Parts of Lispl-873 ........... 21-15
18.18 IMAGE ADJUST .................................................... 18-35 21.2.5 Placing Mechanical Parts of Lispl-873M........ 21-16
18.19 ERROR HISTORY................................................. 18-37 21.2.6 Placing Mechanical Parts of Sub Scan Unit/
18.20 DENSITOMETER .................................................. 18-38 Position Regulation Unit .................................. 21-17
18.20.1 Built-in Densitometer Calibration....................18-39 21.2.7 Placing Mechanical Parts of Exposure Unit ... 21-18
18.20.2 Confirming after Density Calibration..............18-46 21.2.8 Placing Mechanical Parts
18.20.3 Creating QC PATTERN BASE ....................... 18-48 of Heat Process Unit ......................................... 21-19
18.21 DATA INITIALIZE ................................................... 18-52 21.2.9 Placing Mechanical Parts of Ejection Unit ..... 21-20
18.22 Using VNC Client .................................................... 18-53 21.2.10 Placing Mechanical Parts of LiS-873.............. 21-20
21.2.11 Placing Mechanical Parts of Main Unit .......... 21-21
Chapter 19 MainteTool.......................................19-1 21.3 Board Diagram ........................................................ 21-22
19.1 Outline of MainteTool .................................................19-2 21.3.1 Main Board........................................................ 21-22
19.2 Setting up Network.....................................................19-3 21.3.2 HDRV Board Diagram..................................... 21-23
19.2.1 Connecting Service PC....................................... 19-3 21.3.3 EEP Board Diagram ......................................... 21-23
19.2.2 Setting up Network for Service PC.................... 19-4 21.3.4 SUPPLY DRV Board Diagram........................ 21-24
19.2.3 Sharing the Mainte_Tool Folder ........................ 19-6 21.3.5 SORTER DRV Board Diagram....................... 21-24
21.3.6 LCD Unit Board Diagram................................ 21-25
19.3 How to Start the MainteTool.................................... 19-10
21.3.7 Operation SW Board Diagram ........................ 21-26
19.4 Upgrade Information ............................................... 19-12
21.3.8 STATUS LED Board Diagram........................ 21-26
19.5 Backing up Setup.................................................... 19-15 21.3.9 Multiple Power Supply..................................... 21-27
19.5.1 Backing up to MEC EEPROM........................19-22 21.3.10 Noise filter ......................................................... 21-28
19.6 Restoring Setup....................................................... 19-23 21.3.11 MEC Board Drawing........................................ 21-29
19.7 Collecting Logs........................................................ 19-28 21.4 Film Management Information................................ 21-31
19.8 Collecting Job Data ................................................. 19-32 21.4.1 Management Information
19.9 IMAGER MEC I/O TEST ........................................ 19-34 Printing Specifications...................................... 21-31
21.5 Block Diagram ......................................................... 21-33
Chapter 20 Troubleshooting ..............................20-1 21.6 Overall Wiring Diagram (CE) .................................. 21-34
20.1 Solutions When Problems Occur..............................20-2 21.7 Overall Wiring Diagram (UL)................................... 21-35
20.1.1 The DRYPRO 873 Main Unit will not Start..... 20-2
20.1.2 DRYPRO 873 Stops During Startup ................. 20-3
20.1.3 An Error Message is Displayed ......................... 20-5
20.1.4 Film Jam............................................................... 20-5
20.1.5 Problems While Using DRYPRO 873.............. 20-5
20.1.6 Does not Exit (Shutdown) .................................. 20-6
20.1.7 Pickup Malfunction Problem ............................. 20-7
20.1.8 Print Image Problems.......................................... 20-8
20.2 Error Display and Solutions .................................... 20-16
20.2.1 Operation Panel Display and Solutions...........20-16
20.2.2 Display and Solutions for MainteTool.............20-77
20.3 DRYPRO 873 Unit Replacement Procedure ........ 20-81
20.3.1 Replacing Main Board......................................20-82
20.3.2 Replacing Compact Flash.................................20-83
20.3.3 Replacing the DRYPRO 873 ........................... 20-91
20.3.4 Replacing Printlink5-IN....................................20-94
20.3.5 Replacing the MEC Board ...............................20-98

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1 Safety

Safety Precautions and Warnings


Chapter
Chapter 1 Precautions and
Warnings
This chapter provides information to users about precautions against
hazards and damage to people and property. Read this chapter to fully
understand the safety precautions before using the product.

1.1 Alert Symbol Marks ..................................................................1-2


1.2 Warning Statements (Signal Words) .......................................1-2
1.3 Warning Labels.........................................................................1-3
1.3.1 Positions and Types of Warning Labels...................1-3
1.4 Safety Precautions ...................................................................1-5
1.4.1 General Warnings and Cautions ..............................1-5
1.4.2 Warnings and Cautions about for Use .....................1-5
1.4.3 Warnings and Cautions about Power Supply and
Power Cables ............................................................1-6
1.4.4 Warnings and Cautions about for Installation,
Transportation, Storage, and Connection ................1-6
1.4.5 Warnings and Cautions about for Maintenance ......1-7
1.4.6 Cautions about for Disposal......................................1-7
1.4.7 Precautions Following Requirements of Laws and
Regulations................................................................1-8
Chapter 1 Safety Precautions and Warnings

1.1 Alert Symbol Marks 1.2 Warning Statements


Alert symbol marks alert people using this machine and others to (Signal Words)
matters and/or operations that are potentially hazardous to them
Signal words designate a degree or level of hazard seriousness
during use.
inherent in the products.
Read these messages and follow the instructions carefully.
Signal words include the following three types, which are used
Be sure to read all instructions and safety standards and become according to risk of damage caused by specific dangers, and the
thoroughly familiar with the product before using this machine. severity of damage:

Description of Safety Signage DANGER


• Symbols (including danger and warnings) indicating that Used to indicate an immediate and imminent danger, which, if not
1 care should be taken: avoided, is likely to cause death or serious injury, or serious
property damage such as total loss of equipment and fire.

WARNING
1.1 Alert Symbol Marks

General Danger of Fire Danger of Danger of Danger of Used to indicate a consequential (potential) danger, which, if not
Precautions Electric High Rotation avoided, is likely to cause death or serious injury, or serious
Shocks Temperatures
property damage such as total loss of equipment and fire.

• Prohibition signs (indicating prohibited acts): CAUTION


Used to indicate hazards which, if not avoided, can cause minor or
moderate injuries, partial loss of equipment, or loss of computer
data.
Prohibited Do not touch Do not Do not touch Do not Risk of damage
disassemble with wet expose to
hands moisture High Low

Death or serious
injury DANGER WARNING
Bodily injury (serious damage)
(or property
No mobile Multi-leads prohibited
phones damage) Minor or WARNING
moderate injuries or CAUTION
(minor damage) CAUTION
• Symbols indicating compulsory or required actions:
Property damage only CAUTION

Ground Remove plug from outlet

• Other symbols:

AC voltage (power supply) Power Supply Switch Power Supply Switch ON


OFF

Operation switch

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1.3 Warning Labels


Warning and caution labels are attached to this machine. These labels alert users of possible hazards involved in operating this machine and
draw attention to such hazards during installation or repair work.

Replace warning labels that are missing, peeling off, or illegible due to smears.

1.3.1 Positions and Types of Warning Labels

Positions of Warning Labels 1

1.3 Warning Labels


3
1

2 5

Types of Warning Labels

No. Type Warning Label

1 Laser Warning

2 Class 1 Laser Product

3 Caution Hot Label

4 Caution Hot (130°C) Label

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No. Type Warning Label

5 Laser Power Label

1
1.3 Warning Labels

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1.4 Safety Precautions 1.4.2 Warnings and Cautions about for Use
Read all safety precautions thoroughly before using the product. Whenever using this machine, observe the following precautions
Be sure to observe the safety precautions described in this section. regarding proper handling.
1.4.1 General Warnings and Cautions
The following radio interference standards apply to this machine.

WARNING • Voluntary Control Council for Information Technology


Equipment (VCCI) Class B
• Do not perform work or operations that are not described • Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Part 15
in this document. Class B
If you do not conduct work properly, you may be burned or
receive an electric shock due to a hot component or a high 1
Use of this machine can cause radio interference. In this case, users
voltage point respectively contained in this machine.
may be requested to take appropriate countermeasures.
• Be sure to follow safety precautions shown on warning
labels.

1.4 Safety Precautions


Be sure to follow safety precautions contained in this manual WARNING
and shown on warning labels attached to this machine. Failure
to observe this caution may result in personal injury or damage
• Although the precautions indicated on this machine or in
this document or device manuals are provided based on
to this machine.
various considerations, unpredictable events may still
• This machine is equipped with a laser generator (class 1). occur. While operating this product, pay constant
Avoid exposing the eyes or skin to direct laser, as doing so may attention to possible hazards in addition to observing the
result in serious injury. Wear special safety glasses whenever instructions.
you perform operation checks or the like while the power is
turned on.
• If you hear thunder, stop operating the machine.
If thunder is expected, stop operating the machine and unplug
• Anyone with a cardiac pacemaker should keep away from it. If thunder starts to roll before you have unplugged the
this machine. machine, do not touch the machine or cables. Otherwise, fires
There is the danger that electromagnetic interference may affect or electric shocks can result.
cardiac pacemakers.
• We bear no responsibility for loss of patient data or other
• Do not use this machine if you see smoke or notice important data resulting from the introduction of this
unusual odors or noises. machine. Read this document carefully and take extreme
If smoke or unusual odor or noise are generated, continued use caution when handling data.
of this product may result in the outbreak of fire. Turn OFF the
power switch immediately, unplug the machine, and contact
your nearest service representative. CAUTION
• Do not insert any wire or metal into the machine. • When operating this machine, be sure to follow the
Do not insert any wire or metal through any ventilation holes or instructions and procedures described in this document
gaps in the optical disk drive as doing so may result in an and device manuals.
electric shock.
• Be sure to observe the precautions indicated on this
machine or in this document or device manuals. Failure to
CAUTION observe them can cause personal injury or damage to
this machine.
• Do not put liquids or foreign objects into the product.
• Do not perform any operation or work that is not
Do not put liquids such as water, or foreign objects such as pins
described in this document or device manuals.
and clips into the machine. Otherwise, fires, electric shocks, or
malfunctions may result. If you put any foreign objects into the • If you suspect any problems with this machine, contact
machine, turn OFF the power switch immediately and unplug your nearest service representative.
the machine. Contact your nearest service representative. Never • When using this machine, be sure to observe the
disassemble the machine. installation environment requirements (temperature,
• Use this product in a well-lit room. humidity, and power rating conditions, or restriction of use
near a device generating strong magnetic or
• Once you turn OFF the power, wait for at least 10
electromagnetic waves).
seconds before turning it ON again.
• Check that the machine is grounded properly.
• Follow the shutdown procedure properly.
If you turn OFF the power while the program is running, the • Check that all cables are connected properly and
system program or image data may be damaged, resulting in correctly.
system failure. When turning OFF the power, be sure to shut • Only service engineers are allowed to open the covers.
down the system and wait until the power goes OFF Do not remove, disassemble, change, modify, repair, or
automatically. add any part.
• Clean this machine periodically. • Be sure to perform a prestart inspection to check that the
Periodic cleaning is effective for preventing various failures. machine operates properly.
Cleaning is performed by our service engineers under the
service agreement.

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• If a failure occurs on this machine, turn OFF the power, Do not use the power cable other than that supplied with the
put up an "Out of order" sign or other appropriate notice, machine. If an electric current exceeding the rating flows
and contact your nearest service representative. through the power cable, a fire may occur. To prevent electric
• This machine is not explosion-proof. Do not use any shocks or fires due to a damaged power cable, observe the
flammable or explosive gases near the machine. following:
• When installing this machine in a different location, - Do not pull on the cable.
contact us or our designated dealer. - Do not twist the power cable.
• Before using this machine, read the manuals supplied - Do not bundle the power cable.
with the devices in order to understand functions, - Do not fix the power cable with staplers or otherwise.
operation, and performance. - Do not pinch the power cable.
1 • The installation environment and location, device - Do not place any objects on the power cable.
configuration, network, power supply, and other - Do not alter, modify, or repair the power cable.
conditions are optimized for this machine. If you want to
- Do not use a damaged power cable.
change any condition, contact your nearest service
1.4 Safety Precautions

representative. Otherwise, the functions and performance Replace the damaged power cable immediately with the
of this machine may be impaired. specified cable. If replacement is required, contact your nearest
service representative.
• Do not put the power cable near a thermal appliance.
1.4.3 Warnings and Cautions about Power
• Unplug the machine when it will not be used for a
Supply and Power Cables prolonged period.

WARNING
1.4.4 Warnings and Cautions about for
• Do not touch the power plug with wet hands. Installation, Transportation, Storage,
Do not connect or disconnect the power plug with wet hands. and Connection
Otherwise, an electric shock can result.
• Do not connect the ground wire to a gas pipe.
Never connect the ground wire to a gas pipe. Otherwise, a gas WARNING
explosion can result. • Do not leave packaging materials.
• To prevent fires or electric shocks, avoid splashing water Store the packaging materials of this machine in a place where
or other liquids on the machine. Avoid foreign objects they will not come in contact with patients. In particular, there
such as clips and pins from getting into the machine. is a risk that infants may put plastic bags over their heads and
Otherwise, fires or electric shocks can result. suffocate themselves.
• Be sure to use the specified power cable.
• Use the following wall outlet. CAUTION
- CE:
Voltage: Single-phase 220V-240V AC ±10% • Store spare screws and other parts carefully.
Store spare screws and other parts of this machine carefully.
Frequency: 50 Hz or 60 Hz ±1Hz Using the machine while the screws are removed can cause
- UL: accidents.
Voltage: Single-phase 120V AC ±10% • Install the machine in the specified location only.
Frequency: 60 Hz ±1Hz Do not move this machine from where it has been installed. In
• Ensure that the power plug and its prongs are free from particular, if it is moved to any of the following locations, a fire
dust or dirt. may occur.
• If the power plug or cable is hot or you cannot tightly fit - Dusty locations
the power plug into the outlet, stop using the machine and - Locations exposed to direct sunlight
contact your nearest service representative. - Humid locations (e.g. near a water heater)
- Unstable locations
CAUTION - Poor-ventilated places
• Use a wall outlet of the specified rating. - Locations exposed to oil fumes or steam
Plug the power cable directly into a specified wall outlet. Use - Locations where lighting conditions vary significantly
of a wall outlet not at the specified rating can cause fires or - Hot locations (e.g. near a heating appliance)
electric leaks. Avoid installing the machine where an extension
cord may be required. • Do not connect or disconnect the interface cable while the
power cable is still plugged in.
• Avoid a multi-leads connection. Unplug the power cable before connecting or disconnecting the
If an electric current exceeding the rating flows through the interface cable. Even if the power is OFF, touching the cable or
wall outlet, overheating or fire may result. connector with the power cable plugged in can cause electric
• Only use the specified power cable. shocks or a short circuit that results in a fire.

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• Only use the specified interface cable.


Use our specified interface cable and check the device and CAUTION
connector before connecting. Use of an incorrect cable or
connector can a short circuit that results in a fire. Observe the • Be aware of high temperatures.
following precautions when handling or connecting the Immediately after the machine is powered OFF, the internal
interface cable. hard disk drive and other parts inside the machine will still be
hot.
- Do not use a damaged cable connector.
• Avoid careless installation.
- Do not place any objects on the cable. Install the power cable, interface cable, and board securely.
- Do not use a damaged cable. Careless installation may result in imperfect contact, which
- Do not step on the cable. may cause smoke or fire to be generated.
- Ensure there is a tight cable connection. • Do not scratch or hit the machine with a hard object. 1
Doing so can result in the machine becoming damaged,
• Do not use the machine if it is on its back or side, or
resulting in failures.
upside down.
If the machine is in any one of these positions, heat may be • Turn the power OFF during cleaning.

1.4 Safety Precautions


prevented from escaping, which can cause overheating or a fire. Be sure to turn the power OFF during cleaning or inspection.
To ensure the performance of this machine, install it on a level • Clean the power plug periodically.
surface (within ± 5 degrees). Accumulated dust on the power plug can cause fires. Clean the
• Do not block ventilation holes. plug and check its connection at least once a year.
This machine is provided with ventilation holes to allow heat to • Clean the interior periodically.
escape on the front and back. To ensure heat escapes, keep a Contact your nearest service representative for machine interior
clearance of at least 100 mm between the walls and other cleaning about once a year. Dust buildup inside the machine
devices and the front and back of the machine. can cause smoke or fire.
• Do not move this machine with the power and other
cables connected.
Doing so may cause the power and other cables to get caught, 1.4.6 Cautions about for Disposal
causing the machine to drop or fall, which may result in injury.
• After turning OFF the power, do not move this machine CAUTION
until the operation stops completely.
If the machine will be subjected to vibration, turn OFF the • This product, its accessories, and packaging materials
power and wait for 30 seconds. are industrial wastes. Be sure to have them disposed of
by an authorized industrial waste disposal firm in
accordance with the applicable ordinances and
1.4.5 Warnings and Cautions about for regulations of the relevant local government.
Maintenance
Internal Batteries
WARNING
The product contains lithium batteries.
• Do not disassemble, repair, or modify. For disposal, contact your nearest service representative.
Never disassemble, repair, or modify the machine. Otherwise,
the machine may not operate properly or fires or electric shocks
may result. If the machine needs repair, contact your nearest
service representative.
• Do not remove the lithium batteries.
This machine contains lithium batteries. Do not remove the
lithium batteries. If you place a lithium battery near fire or
immerse it in water, there is a risk it could explode. If the
machine does not operate properly because the lithium battery
has run out, never attempt to disassemble, replace, or recharge
the battery. Contact your nearest service representative.
• Do not perform maintenance while the power cable is
plugged in.
Before starting maintenance, power OFF and unplug the
machine. Even if the power is OFF, touching parts inside the
machine with the power cable plugged in may result in electric
shocks. Disconnect the power plug and wipe off dust and dirt
with a dry cloth from time to time. Accumulated dust can
generate heat and cause fires.

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1.4.7 Precautions Following Requirements of Laws and Regulations

CAUTION
Caution regarding laser control
To prevent danger, ensure that only service engineers who have received proper formal training remove the exterior cover or touch the inside
of the equipment.
DRYPRO 873 Laser Unit Specifications
Item Specifications

Wavelength 784 nm
1
Maximum output 260 mW
1.4 Safety Precautions

1) EMC Statement - DRYPRO 873 has been tested and found to comply with the limits for medical devices to the IEC 60601-1-2: 2001, Medical
Device Directive 93/42/EEC or the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 89/336/EEC (use applicable directive).
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a typical medical installation. DRYPRO 873 generates,
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
other devices in the vicinity.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If DRYPRO 873 does cause harmful interference to other
devices, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving device.
- Increase the separation between the equipment.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the other device(s) are connected.
- Consult the manufacturer or field service technician for help.
2) EMC Statement - Take precautions against DRYPRO MODEL 873 especially regarding EMC.
Install and put into service according to the EMC information provided in the manual.
3) EMC Statement - Do not use mobile phones or pocket pagers in the vicinity of the DRYPRO MODEL 873.
Use of mobile phones or pocket pagers near the DRYPRO MODEL 873 can cause errors in operation due to electromagnetic wave interference :
such devices should be turned off in the vicinity of the unit.
4) EMC Statement - Cable List-
AC Power Cable (3m)
5) EMC Statement - The use of accessories, transducers and cables other than those specified, with the exception of transducers and cables sold by
KONICA MINOLTA MEDICAL & GRAPHIC, INC. as for internal components, may result in increased emissions or decreased immunity of
DRYPRO 873.
6) EMC Statement - Do not use adjacent to or stacked with other equipment. If adjacent or stacked use is necessary, confirm normal operation in the
configuration in which DRYPRO 873 will be used.
7) EMC Statement
Guidance and manufacturer's declaration - electromagnetic emissions

The DRYPRO 873 is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below.
The customer or the user of the DRYPRO 873 should assure that it is used in such an environment.

Emissions test Compliance Electromagnetic environment - guidance

RF emissions Group 1 The DRYPRO 873 uses RF energy only for its internal function.
CISPR 11 Therefore, its RF emissions are very low and are not likely to cause any interference in
nearby electronic equipment.

RF emissions Class B
CISPR 11
The DRYPRO 873 is suitable for use in all establishments other than domestic and those
Harmonic emissions Class A
directly connected to the public lowvoltage power supply network that supplies buildings
IEC 61000-3-2
used for domestic purposes.
Voltage f luctuations/flic Applicable
IEC 61000-3-3

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8) EMC Statement
Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration - electromagnetic immunity
The DRYPRO 873 is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or the user of the DRYPRO 873
should assure that it is used in such an environment.

Immunity test IEC 60601 test level Compliance level Electromagnetic environment - guidance

Electrostatic ± 6kV contact ± 6kV contact


discharge (ESD)
IEC 61000-4-2 ± 8kV air ± 8kV air
Floors should be wood, concrete or ceramic tile. If floors are
covered with synthetic material, the relative humidity should be at
± 2kV for power ± 2kV for power
least 30%. Main power quality should be that of a typical
Electrical fast supply lines supply lines
commercial or hospital environment.
1
transient/burst
IEC 61000-4-4 ± 1kV for input/ ± 1kV for input/
output lines output lines

1.4 Safety Precautions


± 1kV differential ± 1kV differential
Surge mode mode Main power quality should be that of a typical commercial or
IEC 61000-4-5 hospital environment.
± 2kV common mode ± 2kV common mode

<5% UT (>95% dip in <5% UT (>95% dip in


UT) for 0.5 cycle UT) for 0.5 cycle
Voltage dips, short
40% UT (60% dip in 40% UT (60% dip in Main power quality should be that of a typical commercial or
interruptions and
UT) for 5 cycles UT) for 5 cycles hospital environment. If the user of the DRYPRO 873 requi res
voltage variations
continued operat ion during main power interruptions, it is
on power supply 70% UT (30% dip in 70% UT (30% dip in recommended that the DRYPRO 873 be powered from an
input lines UT) for 25 cycles UT) for 25 cycles uninterruptible power supply or a battery.
IEC 61000-4-11
<5% UT> (<95% dip <5% UT> (<95% dip
in UT) for 5 sec in UT) for 5 sec

Power frequency
Power frequency magnetic fields should be at levels
(50/60Hz)
3A/m 3A/m characteristic of a typical location in a typical commercial or
magnetic field
hospital environment.
IEC 61000-4-8

[NOTE] UT is the a.c. mains voltage prior to application of the test level.

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9) EMC Statement
Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration - electromagnetic immunity
The DRYPRO 873 is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or the user or the DRYPRO 873
should assure that it is used in such an environment.

Immunity test IEC 60601 test level Compliance level Electromagnetic environment - guidance

Portable and mobile RF communications equipment should be


used no closer to any part of the DRYPRO 873, including cables,
than the recommended separation distance calculated from the
equation applicable to the frequency of the transmitter.
Recommended separation distance
1 d=[1.2] √ P
d=[1.2] √ P80 MHz to 800 MHz
d=[2.3] √ P800 MHz to 2.5 GHz
Conducted RF 3Vemf 150 kHz
[3]V
1.4 Safety Precautions

IEC 61000-4-6 to 80 MHz where P is the maximum output power rating of the transmitter in
watts (W) according to the transmitter manufacturer and d is the
recommended separation distance in metres (m)

Radiated RF 3V/m 80 MHz to Field strengths from fixed RF transmitters, as determined by an


[3]V/m
IEC 61000-4-3 2.5 GHz electromagnetic site survey,a should be less than the compliance
level in each frequency range.b

Interference may occur in the vicinity of equipment marked with


the following symbol:

[NOTE] At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the higher frequency range applies.
[NOTE] These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by absorption and reflection from
structures, objects and people.

a Field strengths from fixed transmitters, such as base stations for radio (cellular/cordless) telephones and land mobile radios, amateur
radio, AM and FM radio broadcast and TV broadcast cannot be predicted theoretically with accuracy. To assess the electromagnetic
environment due to fixed RF transmitters, an electromagnetic site survey should be considered. If the measured field strength in the
location in which the DRYPRO 873 is used exceeds the applicable RF compliance level above, the DRYPRO 873 should be observed
to verify normal operation. If abnormal performance is observed, additional measures may be necessary, such as re- orienting or
relocation the DRYPRO 873.
b Over the frequency range 150 kHz to 80 MHz, field strengths should be less than [3]V/m.

10) EMC Statement


Recommended separation distances between portable and mobile RF communications equipment and the DRYPRO 873
The DRYPRO 873 is intended for use in and electromagnetic environment in which radiated RF disturbances are controlled.
The customer or the user of the DRYPRO 873 can help prevent electromagnetic interference by maintaining a minimum distance
between portable and mobile RF communications equipment (transmitters) and the DRYPRO 873 as recommended below, according to
the maximum output power of the communications equipment.

Separation distance according to frequency of transmitter m


Rated maximum output
power of transmitter W 150 kHz to 80 MHz 80 kHz to 800 MHz 800 kHz to 2.5 GHz
d=[1.2] √ P d=[1.2] √ P d=[2.3] √ P

0.01 0.12 0.12 0.23

0.1 0.38 0.38 0.73

1 1.2 1.2 2.3

10 3.8 3.8 8

100 12 12 23

For transmitters rated at a maximum output power not listed above, the recommended separation distance d in meters (m) can be
estimated using the equation applicable to the frequency of the transmitter, where P is the maximum output power rating of the
transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter manufacturer.
[NOTE] At 80 MHz and 800MHz, the separation distance for the higher frequency range applies.
[NOTE] These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by absorption and reflection from
structures, objects and people.

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Before Starting Repair Work


Chapter 2

This chapter provides basic product knowledge users will need to know
before starting repair work on DRYPRO 873.

2.1 Names of Parts.........................................................................2-2


2.1.1 Front and Left Side ....................................................2-2
2.1.2 Rear, Right Side, and Top .........................................2-3
2.1.3 Operation Panel.........................................................2-4
2.1.4 Interior.........................................................................2-5
2.1.5 Supply Tray................................................................2-6
2.1.6 Lispl-873 (Optional) ...................................................2-7
2.1.7 Lispl-873M (Optional)................................................2-7
2.1.8 LiS-873 (Optional)......................................................2-8
2.2 Structure....................................................................................2-9
2.3 Specifications..........................................................................2-10
2.4 Tools, Measuring Instruments, and
Jigs Necessary for Servicing .................................................2-12
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2.1 Names of Parts


Names of the parts that you will need to be aware of when installing the DRYPRO 873 unit are shown below.

2.1.1 Front and Left Side

3
2

1 4
5
12 6
2
9
11
7
2.1 Names of Parts

14

10 8

9
13

No. Name Function

1 Operation switch Starts up or shuts down DRYPRO 873.

2 Status LED Lights up or flashes to indicate various statuses.


Off : Power OFF, standby mode, shutdown, rebooting, or upgrading
Flashing blue: Heating or printing in progress
Lit blue : Printing possible
Flashing red : Printing not possible (Error, error release, or all trays empty)
Lit red : Printing not possible (tray empty, under maintenance, film being loaded, filter being
replaced, or cleaning in progress)

3 Film ejection tray Ejects printed film.

4 Cutter pocket Contains the cutter dedicated to opening film packages (barrier bags).

5 Operation panel Used to operate DRYPRO 873. Also, messages are displayed.

6 Front cover Opened when film has jammed in the heat process or cool transport unit.
This cover is also opened to replace the deodorant filter.

7 Supply tray Contains film.

8 Optional device installation Installation space optional Lispl-873 or Lispl-873M. Only one unit can be installed.
space

9 Air intake Takes in air for cooling the interior.

10 Operation Sheet box Contains the Operation Sheet.

11 Power cable Connects DRYPRO 873 to the power supply.

12 Power breaker Used to turn ON/OFF the main power supply.

13 Storage space Used to store the tray shutter or to install Printlink5-IN.

14 Left side cover Cover on the left side. Removed to carry out work on the left side.

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2.1.2 Rear, Right Side, and Top

5
2
6

3
7
2
4 10

2.1 Names of Parts


11

9 12
13

No. Name Function

1 Film ejection port Ejects printed film.

2 Exhaust duct Exhausts cooling air.

3 Air outlet Exhausts cooling air.

4 Air intake Takes in air to cool the interior.

5 LAN cover Cover for the Ethernet and UPS serial ports.

6 Upper right side cover Cover on the upper right side. Removed to carry out work on the right side.

7 Upper right cover Opened to remove jammed film in the position regulation unit.

8 Lower right cover Opened to remove jammed film in the elevating transport unit.

9 Lower right side cover Cover on the lower right side. Removed to carry out work on the right side.

10 Upper rear cover Cover on the upper rear. Removed to carry out work on the rear.

11 Lower rear cover Cover on the lower rear. Removed to carry out work on the rear.

12 Cable stopper Stopper for fixing the cable.

13 Stopper Stopper for making a clearance between DRYPRO 873 and the facility wall.

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2.1.3 Operation Panel

1 9

7 3

2
2
8 5 6 4
2.1 Names of Parts

No. Name Function

1 Display screen Displays the status of DRYPRO 873.

2 Service/Enter lamp Lights up when the [Service/Enter] button is enabled.

3 [Service/Enter] button This button is used to change to the maintenance mode to display detailed information about DRYPRO
873 or to change settings.
In maintenance mode, this button is used to change or enter settings.

4 [Calibration] button Used to print a calibration sheet.


This button is used to move the cursor when the system is in maintenance mode or is displaying the
operation step window.

5 [Test print] button Used to print a QC pattern.


This button is used to move the cursor when the system is in maintenance mode or is displaying the
operation step window

6 Cursor lamp This lamp lights up when the cursor should be moved when the system is in maintenance mode or is
displaying the operation step window.
When the cursor lamp is lit, the [Calibration] and [Test print] buttons move the cursor.

7 Reset/Cancel lamp Lights up when the [Reset/Cancel] button is enabled.

8 [Reset/Cancel] button Press this button to clear the error.


This button is also used as the operation cancel button.

9 Tray button Used to select a tray.


The tray buttons corresponding to selectable trays light up or flash.

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2.1.4 Interior

Behind the Front Cover

2.1 Names of Parts


3

No. Name Function

1 Lever A Turn to remove film that has jammed in the heat process unit.

2 Lever B Lever to open the upper right cover.

3 Deodorant filter Removes odors generated during heat process. Periodic replacement is required.

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Behind the LAN Cover

2
2.1 Names of Parts

No. Name Function

1 LAN cover Cover for the Ethernet and UPS serial ports.

2 Air intake Takes in air for cooling the interior.

3 Ethernet port Connects to the network.

4 UPS serial port Serial cable is connected when a backup battery is used.

2.1.5 Supply Tray

1 2

1
3

No. Name Function

1 Film regulation pin (fixing) Regulates the film position.

2 Film regulation pin The supplied film regulation pin is installed when 14 × 14 in. or 11 × 14 in. film is used.
installation hole

3 Intermediate plate Resin plate on which film is loaded.

4 Film roller Part for pulling out the film package (barrier bag) only and placing the film in the supply tray.

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2.1.6 Lispl-873 (Optional)


Additional supply tray. Installed in the optional device installation space.

1 3 2 7

4
2
8

2.1 Names of Parts


6

No. Name No. Name No. Name No. Name

1 Light shield unit assembly 2 Separate claw assembly 3 Pickup unit 4 Outlet light shield unit
assembly

5 Elevating transport unit 6 Rear supply unit 7 Tray unit 8 Lower front cover

2.1.7 Lispl-873M (Optional)


Additional supply tray for mammography film. Installed in the optional device installation space.

1 3 2 7

4
8

No. Name No. Name No. Name No. Name

1 Light shield unit assembly 2 Separate claw assembly 3 Pickup unit 4 Outlet light shield unit
assembly

5 Elevating transport unit 6 Rear supply unit 7 Tray unit 8 Lower front cover

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2.1.8 LiS-873 (Optional)


Additional sorter unit.

7 8
5
2
9

2 6
4
2.1 Names of Parts

No. Name No. Name No. Name No. Name

1 LiS-873 main unit 2 Front exterior 3 Upper exterior 4 Rear exterior

5 Sorter cover 6 Lower left exterior 7 Sorter bin 8 Sorter shaft

9 Shaft block

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2.2 Structure
The structure of DRYPRO 873 is shown below.
Film is fed from 1 (or 2 or 3) to 11 in numerical order during the printing process.

11

10
6
9
2
5

2.2 Structure
1

4
2

4
3

No. Name Function

1 Supply tray 1 Picks up films in supply tray 1 one by one and transports them to the position regulation unit.

2 Supply tray 2 Picks up films in supply tray 2 one by one and transports them to the position regulation unit.

3 Supply tray 3 Picks up films in the additional supply tray one by one and transports them to the position
regulation unit.

4 Elevating transport unit Transports the film transported from supply tray 2 or 3 to the position regulation unit.

5 Position regulation unit Regulates the horizontal position of films transported from a supply tray and transports them to the
exposure unit.

6 Sub scan unit Transports the films transported from the position regulation unit to the exposure unit.

7 Exposure unit Scans laser beam in synchronization with the film transportation and writes images on the film.

8 Deodorant filter Removes odors generated during the heat process. Periodic change is needed.

9 Heat process unit Processes the exposed film by heating.

10 Cool transport unit Cools and discharges heat processed film.

11 Ejection unit Ejects film.

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2.3 Specifications
Product name DRYPRO MODEL 873

Type Dry laser imager

Laser source Semiconductor laser

Usable Film Medical dry film SD-Q, SD-QC


125-film package (14 × 17 in., 14 × 14 in., 11 × 14 in., 10 × 12 in., and 8 × 10 in. sizes)
50-film package (14 × 17 in. and 10 × 12 in. sizes)
(Compatible with DRYPRO 832)
SD-QM(exclusive for use with DRYPRO 873)

Film size 14 × 17 in.


14 × 14 in.
2 11 × 14in.
10 × 12 in.
8 × 10 in.

Input interface Ethernet 1000BASE-T


2.3 Specifications

Protocol DICOM Print Management

Main memory 256 MB Standard

Image memory Print memory 256 MB

Maximum 14 × 17-inch size film: 20-sec. cycle (equivalent to 180 pages per hour) or faster
processing 14 × 14-inch size film: 18-sec. cycle (equivalent to 200 pages per hour) or faster
capacity: 11 × 14-inch size film: 16-sec. cycle (equivalent to 220 pages per hour) or faster
10 × 12-inch size film: 20-sec. cycle (equivalent to 180 pages per hour) or faster
8 × 10-inch size film: 20-sec. cycle (equivalent to 180 pages per hour) or faster
(Conditions: ambient temperature of 15 to 27°C, input image using REGIUS normal
imaging mode, 1 GB Ethernet connection, image size of 78.6 μm (separate
Processing Capacity specifications for an image size of 43.75 μm))

For an image size 14 × 17-inch size film: 30-sec. cycle (equivalent to 120 pages per hour) or faster
of 43.75μm: 14 × 14-inch size film: 27-sec. cycle (equivalent to 130 pages per hour) or faster
11 × 14-inch size film: 24-sec. cycle (equivalent to 150 pages per hour) or faster
10 × 12-inch size film: 24-sec. cycle (equivalent to 150 pages per hour) or faster
8 × 10-inch size film: 24-sec. cycle (equivalent to 150 pages per hour) or faster
Mammography media specifications: All film sizes: 32-sec. cycle (equivalent to 110
pages per hour) or faster

Outside Dimension Standard 599 (W) × 1,150 (H) × 585 (D) mm


599 (W) × 1,459 (H) × 585 (D) mm (when the sorter is installed)
152kg
Optional parts Expansion tray: 15 kg
Weight
Mammography media tray: 17 kg
Sorter: 18 kg

CE: AC 220 V-240 V ± 10 % 50/60 Hz ± 1 Hz 6A


Power Supply
UL: AC 120 V ± 10 % 60 Hz ± 1 Hz 10 A

CE: 1400 KJ/H or less


Heating Value
UL: 1200 KJ/H or less

Temperature Humidity

Operating 15 to 30°C 30 to 70% RH


(No condensation)

Operating conditions
Temperature / Humidity
Storage and transportation -20 to 60°C 20 to 90% RH
(No condensation)

In standby mode: 45 dB or less


Noise Level
In print mode: 53 dB or less

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Film Supply Tray system

Three trays maximum (125 sheets/50 sheets per tray)


Number of Trays Two trays standard. The third one is optional.
For 10 × 12-inch and 8 × 10-inch sizes, select the accessory.

8 bits (256 gradations) or 12 bits (4,096 gradations)


Image Data Input
(depending on the modality image signal)

Output Gradation 16,384 gradations (14 bits)

Image Mode Pixel replication/Function interpolation process

Pixel Size 78.6 μm/43.75 μm

When connected to unit other than


Film size When connected to Regius (pixel)
Regius (pixel)
2
Maximum Resolution 14 × 17 inches 4496 × 5414 4310 × 5160
(with an image size of 14 × 14 inches 4496 × 4446 4310 × 4200
78.6μm)

2.3 Specifications
11 × 14 inches 3492 × 4496 3340 × 4180

10 × 12 inches 3200 × 3798 3000 × 3530

8 × 10 inches 2550 × 3150 2350 × 2880

Maximum Resolution 14 × 17 inches 8080 × 9726 7730 × 9260


(with an image size of
43.75μm) 14 × 14 inches 8080 × 7990 7730 × 7530

11 × 14 inches 6276 × 8080 6000 × 7510

10 × 12 inches 5748 × 6824 5400 × 6360

8 × 10 inches 4582 × 5658 4240 × 5200

Number of Recorded Frames 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 9, 12, 15, 16, 20, 24, 25, 30, 35, 36, 42, 48, 54, 56, 60, 63, 64

Negative/Positive Available

Image Cropping Border Available

Border Can be set to black/white

Stamp Recorded in one (or two) lines of the film (can be output below or beside the image)

Density Correction Incorporated in the main unit

CE:
EN60601-1:1990+A1:1993+AZ1995-A13:1996 EN60601-1-2:2001,
EN60601-1-4:1996-A1:1999 IEC60825-1+A2:2001
EN60601-1-6:2004
Applicable standards
EN980:2003
EN1041:1998
UL:
UL60601-1:2003

(1)DRYPRO 873 is manufactured in factories certified to meet the requirements of ISO9001:2000, ISO13485:
Remarks 2003, and EN ISO9001: 2000, EN ISO13485: 2003 quality control standards.
(2)CE marking, it means conformity with the Medical Devices Directive 93/42/EEC.

Power cable, two cutters, operation manual, accessories list, deodorant filter, inspection cards, two clamps,
film size label, operation sheet, operation manual box, two ducts, shutter, intermediate plate for 10 × 12 in.-size
Accessories papers, intermediate plate for 8 × 12 in.-size papers, two film regulation pins, four hexagon socket head screws
(M3 × 10 mm), Allen wrench, and two stopper covers, four tapping screws (M3 × 10 mm), and CD-ROM,
Five screws (M4 × 6 mm), Cable stopper, operation manual for Printlink5-IN.

Expansion supply tray (accessories are optional)


Accessories sold separately Mammography media expansion tray
Sorter

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2.4 Tools, Measuring Instruments, and Jigs Necessary for Servicing


In addition to the standard tools, the following tools, measuring instruments, and jigs are necessary for servicing DRYPRO 873.
Name Remarks

Allen wrench

Stubby screwdriver

Cutter

Tape such as packaging tape

Densitometer

Ethanol (ethyl alcohol)


2
Lens cleaner

Melamine foam Used to clean the heat process unit and cool transport unit.
2.4 Tools, Measuring Instruments, and Jigs Necessary for Servicing

Waste cloth (paper towel)

Vacuum cleaner

Cotton work gloves

Marking-off pin

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3

Chapter
Chapter 3

Basic Operations
This chapter describes basic operations for repairing DRYPRO 873,
including the procedures for installing or removing a supply tray and
exterior cover, opening or closing covers, and wearing a grounding strap.

3.1 Removing/Installing Supply Tray.............................................3-2


3.2 Opening/Closing Cover............................................................3-4
3.2.1 Opening/Closing Front Cover ...................................3-4
3.2.2 Opening/Closing Upper Right Cover........................3-5
3.2.3 Opening/Closing Lower Right Cover........................3-6
3.3 Removing/Installing Exterior Cover.........................................3-7
3.3.1 Removing/Installing Upper Right Cover...................3-7
3.3.2 Removing/Installing Lower Right Cover...................3-9
3.3.3 Removing/Installing Upper Right Side Cover ........ 3-11
3.3.4 Removing/Installing Center Right Side Cover .......3-16
3.3.5 Removing/Installing Lower Right Side Cover ........3-19
3.3.6 Removing/Installing Upper Rear Cover .................3-22
3.3.7 Removing/Installing Lower Rear Cover .................3-24
3.3.8 Removing/Installing Left Side Cover ......................3-26
3.4 Removing/Installing Film Ejection Tray .................................3-28
3.5 Wearing a Wrist Grounding Strap..........................................3-29
3.6 Manually Unlocking Tray........................................................3-30
Chapter 3 Basic Operations

3.1 Removing/Installing Supply Tray 2. Insert the tray shutter into the slot with the UP mark
of the supply tray on the front side on the upper
This section describes the procedure for removing or installing a surface.
supply tray.
Inserting the tray shutter as far as it will go will unlock the
supply tray and cause it to pop out several centimeters.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
3

Use the procedure for removing a supply tray provided


3.1 Removing/Installing Supply Tray

here with the power turned OFF when installing or


repairing DRYPRO 873. For information about how to 3. Slowly pull the supply tray all the way out.
remove a supply tray with DRYPRO 873 turned ON,
see the operation manual.
Do not place any objects on the supply tray or lean
against the supply tray that has been pulled open.

When removing Tray 2, Lispl-873 tray, or Lispl-873M tray,


use the same steps. Remove and install the appropriate tray.

Removal Procedure

1. Open the lower front cover to remove the tray


shutter.

Storage space

Tray shutter

Lower front cover

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4. Remove the tray from the rails. 3. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
Since the tray unit is pressed down by hardware on both sides
of the rails, apply a small amount of pressure to remove it.

5. Put the rails in the main unit.

If you leave the rails protruding, workers or other people


nearby may walk into them, resulting in personal injury
or damage to the equipment. Be sure to put the rails
with the tray unit removed in the main unit.

3
4. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
1 space.

3.1 Removing/Installing Supply Tray


Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,
improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

The above is the last step of the process for removing the supply Storage space
tray.

Installation Procedure

1. Pull out the rails from the main unit. Tray shutter

2. Install the tray on the rails.


Place the supply tray so that the pinhole in the rails is aligned
with the pin position on the back of the supply tray. Push the Lower front cover
supply tray until it clicks into position.
5. Close the lower front cover.
• Be careful not to push the supply tray in too far, as it
may distort the rails. The above is the final stage of the process of installing the supply
• If the tray is not in position, it can interfere with the tray.
main unit, preventing the user from putting it into the
main unit.

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3.2 Opening/Closing Cover


How to Close the Cover
This section describes the procedure for opening or closing the
front, upper right, and lower right covers. 1. Close the front cover.
3.2.1 Opening/Closing Front Cover Check that magnets are mounted in two places at the top edge
of the front cover.
This section describes the procedure for opening or closing the
front cover.
Check that the cover is securely closed.
If it is not securely closed, it will cause a cover open
How to Open the Cover error.

1. Open the front cover.


You can open the front cover by pulling both sides of the
upper portion of the front cover toward you.

3
Do not press the open front cover down or place any
objects on it. Doing so could cause a malfunction.
3.2 Opening/Closing Cover

Magnet

The above is the final stage of the process of closing the front
cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of opening the front
cover.

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3.2.2 Opening/Closing Upper Right Cover


How to Close the Cover
This section describes the procedure for opening or closing the
upper right cover. 1. Close the upper right and front covers.
Check that magnets are mounted in two places at the top edge
How to Open the Cover of the front cover.

1. Open the front cover. Check that the cover is securely closed.
You can open the front cover by pulling both sides of the If it is not securely closed, it will cause a cover open
upper portion of the front cover toward you. error.

Do not press the open front cover down or place any


objects on it. Doing so could cause a malfunction.

3.2 Opening/Closing Cover


The above is the final stage of the process of closing the upper right
cover.

2. Rotate lever B in the direction of the arrow and open


the upper right cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of opening the upper
right cover.

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3.2.3 Opening/Closing Lower Right Cover


This section describes the procedure for opening or closing the
lower right cover.

How to Open the Cover

1. Hold the handle and open the lower right cover.

3
3.2 Opening/Closing Cover

The above is the final stage of the process of opening the lower
right cover.

How to Close the Cover

1. Close the lower right cover.

Check that the cover is securely closed.


If it is not securely closed, it will cause a cover open
error.

The above is the final stage of the process of closing the lower right
cover.

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3.3 Removing/Installing Exterior 3. Rotate lever B in the direction of the arrow and open
the upper right cover.
Cover
3.3.1 Removing/Installing Upper Right Cover
This section describes the procedure for removing or installing the
upper right cover.

Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.

Removing Upper Right Cover


3
1. Remove the screws from the upper right cover.
- Two screws (M4 × 8)
4. Remove the upper right cover from the external
guide unit assembly.

3.3 Removing/Installing Exterior Cover


Slide the upper right cover upward, so that the tabs (four
locations) inside the upper right cover detach from the
external guide unit assembly, and then remove the cover.

2. Open the front cover.


You can open the front cover by pulling both sides of the
upper portion of the front cover toward you.
The above is the final stage of the process of removing the upper
Do not press the open front cover down or place any right cover.
objects on it. Doing so could cause a malfunction.

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3. Install the screws of the upper right cover.


Installing Upper Right Cover - Two screws (M4 × 8)

1. Install the upper right cover in the external guide


unit assembly.
Hook the tabs (four locations) inside the upper right cover on
the external guide unit assembly, slide the upper right cover
downward, and then install it.

Check that the cover is securely closed.


If it is not securely closed, it will cause a cover open
error.

3
The above is the final stage of the process of installing the upper
right cover.
3.3 Removing/Installing Exterior Cover

2. Close the upper right and front covers.


Check that magnets are mounted in two places at the top edge
of the front cover.

Check that the cover is securely closed.


If it is not securely closed, it will cause a cover open
error.

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3.3.2 Removing/Installing Lower Right Cover The above is the final stage of the process of removing the lower
right cover.
This section describes the procedure for removing or installing the
lower right cover.

Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


Installing Lower Right Cover
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts. 1. Install the lower right cover in the external guide
unit assembly.
Hook the tabs (two locations) inside the lower right cover on
Removing Lower Right Cover the external guide unit assembly, slide the lower right cover
1. Remove the screws from the lower right cover. downward, and then install it.
- Two screws (M4 × 8)

3.3 Removing/Installing Exterior Cover


2. Close the lower right cover.
2. Open the lower right cover.

Check that the cover is securely closed.


If it is not securely closed, it will cause a cover open
error.

3. Remove the lower right cover from the external


guide unit assembly.
Slide the lower right cover upward so that the tabs (two
locations) inside the lower right cover will be detached from
the external guide unit assembly, and then remove the cover.

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3. Fix the lower right cover with screws.


- Two screws (M4 × 8)

3
The above is the final stage of the process of installing the lower
right cover.
3.3 Removing/Installing Exterior Cover

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3.3.3 Removing/Installing Upper Right Side 3. Remove the screws from the upper right cover.
Cover - Two screws (M4 × 8)

This section describes the procedure for removing or installing the


upper right cover.

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
3
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter, 4. Open the front cover.
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
You can open the front cover by pulling both side of the upper

3.3 Removing/Installing Exterior Cover


Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
part of the cover toward you.

Removing Upper Right Side Cover Do not press the open front cover down or place any
objects on it. Failure to observe this caution could cause
1. Open the lower front cover to remove the tray a malfunction.
shutter.

Storage space

Tray shutter

Lower front cover

2. Insert the tray shutter into the slot with the UP mark
5. Rotate lever B in the direction of the arrow and open
of the supply tray on the front side on the upper
the upper right cover.
surface.
Inserting the tray shutter as far as it will go will unlock the
supply tray and cause it to pop out several centimeters.

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6. Remove the upper right cover from the external 9. Remove the LAN cover.
guide unit.
Slide the upper right cover upward so that the tabs (four
locations) on the inside of the upper right cover detach from
the external guide unit assembly, and remove the cover.

3
10. Remove the LAN cable from the groove in the
connector cover.
3.3 Removing/Installing Exterior Cover

7. Close the external guide unit assembly.

11. Remove the LAN cable.

When removing the cable, do not pull the cord, but hold
8. Remove the center right side cover.
the tab on the cable with your finger. Pulling the cord too
- Four screws (M4 × 8) tightly may break it.
Slide the center right side cover downward so that the tabs
(two locations) on the inside of the center right side cover
will be detached from the main unit, and remove the cover.

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12. Remove the film ejection tray. 15. Remove the upper right side cover.
- Two screws (M4 × 8) - Two screws (M4 × 8)
Disengage the tabs (two locations) on the film ejection tray Slide the upper right side cover upward so that the tab (one
from the ejection unit. location) on the inside of the upper right side cover will
detach from the main unit, and remove the cover.

3.3 Removing/Installing Exterior Cover


13. Remove the connector cover.
The above is the final stage of the process of removing the upper
right side cover.

Installing Upper Right Cover

1. Install the upper right side cover.


- Two screws (M4 × 8)
Slide the upper right side cover downward so that the tab (one
location) on the inside of the upper right side cover will hang
up on the main unit, and then install the cover.

14. Open the external guide unit assembly.

2. Close the external guide unit assembly.

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3. Install the connector cover. 6. Fit the LAN cable in the groove in the connector
cover.

3
4. Install the film ejection tray.
- Two screws (M4 × 8) 7. Install the LAN cover.
Engage the tabs (two locations) on the film ejection tray with First insert the tabs (two locations) on the top side of the LAN
3.3 Removing/Installing Exterior Cover

the ejection unit, and install the tray. cover and then insert the tabs on the bottom side (two
locations).

5. Connect the LAN cable to the Ethernet port.


8. Install the center right side cover.
- Four screws (M4 × 8)
When connecting the cable, ensure it is inserted
Slide the center right side cover upward so that the tab (one
correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
location) on the inside of the center right side cover will hang
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
up on the main unit, and then install the cover.
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

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9. Rotate lever B in the direction of the arrow and open 12. Install the screws of the upper right cover.
the external guide unit assembly. - Two screws (M4 × 8)

3
10. Install the upper right cover. 13. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
Hook the tabs (four locations) inside the upper right cover on

3.3 Removing/Installing Exterior Cover


the external guide unit assembly, slide the upper right cover
downward, and then install it.

14. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

11. Close the front and upper right covers.


Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,
Check that magnets are mounted in two places at the top edge
improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
of the front cover.
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

Check that the cover is securely closed.


If it is not securely closed, it will cause a cover open
error.

Storage space

Tray shutter

Lower front cover

15. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of installing the upper
right side cover.

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3.3.4 Removing/Installing Center Right Side 3. Remove the screws from the upper right cover.
Cover - Two screws (M4 × 8)

This section describes the procedure for removing or installing the


center right side cover.

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
3 properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter, 4. Open the front cover.
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
You can open the front cover by pulling both sides of the
3.3 Removing/Installing Exterior Cover

Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".


upper portion of the front cover toward you.

Removing Center Right Side Cover Do not press the open front cover down or place any
objects on it. Doing so could cause a malfunction.
1. Open the lower front cover to remove the tray
shutter.

Storage space

Tray shutter

Lower front cover

2. Insert the tray shutter into the slot with the UP mark
5. Rotate lever B in the direction of the arrow and open
the upper right cover.
of the supply tray on the front side on the upper
surface.
Inserting the tray shutter as far as it will go will unlock the
supply tray and cause it to pop out several centimeters.

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6. Remove the upper right cover from the external


guide unit assembly. Installing Center Right Side Cover
Slide the upper right cover upward, so that the tabs (four
locations) inside the upper right cover detach from the 1. Install the center right side cover.
external guide unit assembly, and then remove the cover. - Four screws (M4 × 8)
Slide the center right side cover upward so that the tab (one
location) on the inside of the center right side cover will hang
up on the main unit, and then install the cover.

3.3 Removing/Installing Exterior Cover


7. Close the external guide unit assembly.

2. Rotate lever B in the direction of the arrow and open


the external guide unit assembly.

8. Remove the center right side cover.


- Four screws (M 4× 8)
Slide the center right side cover downward so that the tabs
(two locations) on the inside of the center right side cover
will be detached from the main unit, and remove the cover. 3. Install the upper right cover.
Slide the upper right cover downward so that the tabs (four
locations) on the inside of the upper right cover will hang up
on the external guide unit assembly, and then install the
cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of removing the center
right side cover.

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4. Close the upper right and front covers. 7. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
Check that the two magnets at the top edge of the front cover space.
are in the correct positions.
Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,
Check that the covers are closed securely. improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
If any of the cover are half-shut, the cover open error and may prevent it from being properly installed.
may occur.

Storage space

3
Tray shutter
3.3 Removing/Installing Exterior Cover

Lower front cover

8. Close the lower front cover.


5. Install the screws of the upper right cover.
- Two screws (M4 × 8) The above is the final stage of the process of installing the center
right side cover.

6. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.

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3.3.5 Removing/Installing Lower Right Side 3. Remove the screws from the lower right cover.
Cover - Two screws (M4 × 8)

This section describes the procedure for removing or installing the


lower right side cover.

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
3
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter, 4. Open and remove the lower right cover from the
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup external guide unit assembly.

3.3 Removing/Installing Exterior Cover


Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
Slide the lower right cover upward so that the tabs (two
locations) inside the lower right cover will be detached from
the external guide unit assembly, and then remove the cover.
Removing Lower Right Side Cover

1. Open the lower front cover to remove the tray


shutter.

Storage space

Tray shutter

5. Close the external guide unit assembly.

Lower front cover

2. Insert the tray shutter into the slot with the UP mark
of the supply tray on the front side on the upper
surface.
Inserting the tray shutter as far as it will go will unlock the
supply tray and cause it to pop out several centimeters.

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6. Remove the lower right side cover. 3. Install the lower right cover on the external guide
- Six screws (M4 × 8) unit assembly, and close the lower right cover.
Slide the lower right cover upward so that the tab (one Hook the tabs (two locations) inside the lower right cover on
location) inside the lower right cover will be detached from the external guide unit assembly, slide the lower right cover
the external guide unit assembly, and then remove the cover. downward, and then install it.

Check that the cover is securely closed.


If it is not securely closed, it will cause a cover open
error.

3
3.3 Removing/Installing Exterior Cover

The above is the final stage of the process of removing the lower
right side cover.

Installing Lower Right Side Cover

1. Install the lower right side cover.


Hook the tab (one location) inside the lower right cover on
4. Install the screws of the lower right cover.
the external guide unit assembly, slide the lower right cover - Two screws (M4 × 8)
downward, and then install it.
- Six screws (M4 × 8)

5. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.

2. Open the external guide unit assembly.

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6. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage


space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

Storage space

3
Tray shutter

3.3 Removing/Installing Exterior Cover


Lower front cover

7. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of installing the lower
right side cover.

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3.3.6 Removing/Installing Upper Rear Cover 3. Remove the serial cable, LAN cable, and power
cable from the groove of the upper rear cover.
This section describes the procedure for removing or installing the
upper rear cover.

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
3 • If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup 4. Remove the upper rear cover.
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
- Six screws (M4 × 8)
3.3 Removing/Installing Exterior Cover

Remove the two screws on the upper side and one screw in
the center of the upper rear cover and loosen three screws on
Removing Upper Rear Cover the lower side.

1. Open the lower front cover to remove the tray


shutter.

Storage space

Tray shutter

The above is the final stage of the process of removing the upper
Lower front cover rear cover.

2. Insert the tray shutter into the slot with the UP mark
of the supply tray on the front side on the upper
surface.
Inserting the tray shutter as far as it will go will unlock the
supply tray and cause it to pop out several centimeters.

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4. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage


Installing Upper Rear Cover space.

1. Install the upper rear cover.


- Six screws (M4 × 8) Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,
improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

Storage space

3
Tray shutter

3.3 Removing/Installing Exterior Cover


2. Fit the serial cable, LAN cable, and power cable in
the groove of the upper rear cover. Lower front cover

5. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of installing the upper
rear cover.

3. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.

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3.3.7 Removing/Installing Lower Rear Cover 3. Remove the serial cable, LAN cable, and power
cable from the groove of the lower rear cover.
This section describes the procedure for removing or installing the
lower rear cover.

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
3 • If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup 4. Remove the lower rear cover.
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
- Six screws (M4 × 8)
3.3 Removing/Installing Exterior Cover

Remove the three screws in the upper part and loosen the
three screws in the lower part. Then remove the lower rear
Removing Lower Rear Cover cover.

1. Open the lower front cover to remove the tray


shutter.

Storage space

Tray shutter

The above is the final stage of the process of removing the lower
Lower front cover rear cover.

2. Insert the tray shutter into the slot with the UP mark
of the supply tray on the front side on the upper
surface.
Inserting the tray shutter as far as it will go will unlock the
supply tray and cause it to pop out several centimeters.

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4. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage


Installing Lower Rear Cover space.

1. Install the lower rear cover.


- Six screws (M4 × 8) Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,
improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

Storage space

3
Tray shutter

3.3 Removing/Installing Exterior Cover


2. Fit the serial cable, LAN cable, and power cable in
the groove of the lower rear cover. Lower front cover

5. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of installing the lower
rear cover.

3. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.

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3.3.8 Removing/Installing Left Side Cover 3. Remove the power cable.

This section describes the procedure for removing or installing the


left side cover.

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
3 • If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter, 4. Remove the left side cover.
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
- Four screws (M4 × 8)
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
Slide the left side cover upward so that the tabs (two
3.3 Removing/Installing Exterior Cover

locations) on the inside of the left side cover will be detached


from the main unit, and remove the cover.
Removing Left Side Cover

1. Open the lower front cover to remove the tray Remove the two screws on the upper part of the left side
shutter. cover and loosen two screws on the lower part.

Storage space

Tray shutter

Lower front cover

2. Insert the tray shutter into the slot with the UP mark
of the supply tray on the front side on the upper
surface. The above is the final stage of the process of removing the left side
Inserting the tray shutter as far as it will go will unlock the cover.
supply tray and cause it to pop out several centimeters.

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4. Close the lower front cover.


Installing Left Side Cover
5. Connect the power cable to the power connector.
1. Install the left side cover.
- Four screws (M4 × 8)
When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted
Hook the tabs (two locations) on the inside of the left side
correctly into the back. An correctly installed connector
cover on the main unit, slide the left side cover downward,
will cause an error, and may also cause the unit to emit
and install it.
smoke or strange odors.

3.3 Removing/Installing Exterior Cover


2. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.

6. Fit the power cable in the groove in each of the


upper and lower rear covers.

3. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage


space.

The above is the final stage of the process of installing the left side
Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,
cover.
improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

Storage space

Tray shutter

Lower front cover

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3.4 Removing/Installing Film Ejection


Installing Film Ejection Tray
Tray
This section describes the procedure for removing or installing the 1. Install the film ejection tray.
film ejection tray. - Two screws (M4 × 8)
Engage the tabs (two locations) on the film ejection tray with
the ejection unit, and install the tray.
Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.

Removing Film Ejection Tray

1. Remove the LAN cover.


3
3.4 Removing/Installing Film Ejection Tray

2. Install the LAN cover.


First insert the tabs (two locations) on the top side of the LAN
cover and then insert the tabs on the bottom side (two
locations).

2. Remove the film ejection tray.


- Two screws (M4 × 8)
Disengage the tabs (two locations) on the film ejection tray
from the ejection unit.

The above is the final stage of the process of installing the film
ejection tray.

The above is the final stage of the process of removing the film
ejection tray.

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3.5 Wearing a Wrist Grounding Strap

To avoid electrostatic discharge damaging the system


board, wear a wrist grounding strap when accessing the
system board.

1. Ground yourself by using a wrist grounding strap


and fix the other clip onto a metal part of the main
unit that has a firm connection with the ground.

3.5 Wearing a Wrist Grounding Strap


The above is the final stage of the process of wearing the wrist
grounding strap.

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3.6 Manually Unlocking Tray 2. Pull out the tray lock lever toward you.

Manually unlocking of a tray is possible when it is not possible to


insert the tray shutter or to pull out the supply tray due to resistance
in the supply unit.

Because the film inside the supply tray will be exposed


when the tray is pulled out by manually operating the
tray lock lever, that film will no longer be usable.

When unlocking Tray 2, Lispl-873 tray, or Lispl-873M tray,


use the same steps.
Unlock the appropriate tray.
3
The tray will be unlocked.
1. Remove the rear cover.
When unlocking Tray 1 The above is the final stage of the process of manually unlocking a
3.6 Manually Unlocking Tray

1) Remove the upper rear cover with reference to tray.


" Removing Upper Rear Cover (Page 3-22)" in "3.3.6
Removing/Installing Upper Rear Cover".
- Six screws (M4 × 8)

When unlocking Tray 2 or Lispl-873 tray


1) Remove the upper rear cover with reference to
" Removing Lower Rear Cover (Page 3-24)" in "3.3.7
Removing/Installing Lower Rear Cover".
- Six screws (M4 × 8)

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Chapter 4
4 Replacing Parts of Supply Unit 4

This chapter describes how to replace parts in the supply unit after they
have failed, and how to adjust parts after replacing them.

Replacing Parts of Supply Unit


4.1 Light Shield Unit........................................................................4-2
4.1.1 Placing Parts..............................................................4-2
4.1.2 Removing/Installing Light Shield Unit Assembly .....4-3
4.1.3 Replacing Barrier Bag Detection Sensor .................4-6
4.1.4 Replacing Film Height Detection Sensor .................4-8
4.2 Pickup Unit..............................................................................4-10
4.2.1 Placing Parts............................................................4-10
4.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit Assembly............ 4-11
4.2.3 Replacing Pickup Transport Motor .........................4-15
4.2.4 Replacing Pickup HP Motor....................................4-18
4.2.5 Replacing Pickup HP Sensor .................................4-20
Chapter 4 Replacing Parts of Supply Unit

4.1 Light Shield Unit


4.1.1 Placing Parts
The light shield unit assembly in the supply unit contains the following parts.

The light shield unit provides the same parts in Trays 1 and 2.
If an optional Lispl-873 or Lispl-873M is added, Tray 3 is also equipped with the same parts.

4 2
4.1 Light Shield Unit

No. Name Functions and Reference Sections

1 Barrier bag detection sensor This photo sensor detects the presence or absence of the barrier bag.
For more information, refer to "4.1.3 Replacing Barrier Bag Detection Sensor (Page 4-6)".

2 Film height detection sensor This photo sensor detects the height of film loaded in the supply tray.
For more information, refer to "4.1.4 Replacing Film Height Detection Sensor (Page 4-8)".

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4.1.2 Removing/Installing Light Shield Unit 2. Insert the tray shutter into the slot with the UP mark
Assembly of the supply tray on the front side on the upper
surface.
This section describes the procedure for removing or installing the Inserting the tray shutter as far as it will go will unlock the
light shield unit assembly. supply tray and cause it to pop out several centimeters.

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
4
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
3. Slowly pull the supply tray out all the way.

4.1 Light Shield Unit


The following steps describe how to remove or install the Do not place any objects on the supply tray or lean
light shield unit assembly for Tray 1. When removing or against the supply tray that has been pulled open.
installing the light shield unit assembly for Tray 2, Lispl-873,
or Lispl-873M, use the same steps for each tray.

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 3 minutes

Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)
4. Remove the lower front cover.
- Two screws (M3 × 6)

Removal Procedure

1. Open the lower front cover and take out the tray
shutter.

Storage space

Tray shutter

Lower front cover

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5. Remove the connector (JJ48).

When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;


pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

4
4.1 Light Shield Unit

6. Remove the light shield unit assembly.


- Two screws (M3 × 8)

Exercise care so as not to bring the sensor into contact


with parts inside the main unit.

The above is the final stage of the process of removing the light
shield unit assembly.
• When replacing the barrier bag sensor, go to "4.1.3
Replacing Barrier Bag Detection Sensor (Page 4-6)".
• When replacing the film height detection sensor, go to
"4.1.4 Replacing Film Height Detection Sensor (Page 4-
8)".

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3. Install the lower front cover.


Installation Procedure - Two screws (M3 × 6)

1. Install the light shield unit assembly.


- Two screws (M3 × 8)
Fix so that the positioning hole in the light shield unit align
with the emboss in the main unit.

Exercise care so as not to bring the sensor into contact


with parts inside the main unit.

4. Put the supply tray back into the main unit. 4

4.1 Light Shield Unit


2. Connect the connector (JJ48).

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors. 5. Pull out the tray shutter, and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

Storage space

Tray shutter

Lower front cover

6. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of installing the light
shield unit assembly.

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4.1.3 Replacing Barrier Bag Detection 2. Remove the connector (JP30).


Sensor
Replace the photo sensor that detects the presence or absence of the When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
barrier bag. pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.

The following describes the procedure for replacing the parts


of Tray 1. When replacing Tray 2, or the parts of Lispl-873 or
Lispl-873M, perform the work at each tray.

4 Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
4.1 Light Shield Unit

Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 5 minutes 3. Push the tab on the back of the sensor inward and
remove the photo sensor.

Tools to have at hand 4. Install a new photo sensor.


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Photo sensor
(for replacement)

1. Remove the light shield unit assembly with


reference to " Removal Procedure (Page 4-3)" in
"4.1.2 Removing/Installing Light Shield Unit
Assembly".

When replacing the parts, always install the tray shutter


on every tray. If a portion of the film remains on the tray, 5. Connect the connector (JP30) removed in Step 2.
the film will be subject to exposure.
When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted
correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

6. Install the light shield unit assembly with reference


to " Installation Procedure (Page 4-5)" in "4.1.2
Removing/Installing Light Shield Unit Assembly".

7. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.

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8. Pull out the tray shutter, and return it to its storage


space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the barrier
bag detection sensor.

4.1 Light Shield Unit

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4.1.4 Replacing Film Height Detection 2. Remove the connector (JP29).


Sensor
Replace the photo sensor that detects the height of film loaded in When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
the supply tray. pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.

The following describes the procedure for replacing the parts


of Tray 1. When replacing Tray 2, or the parts of Lispl-873 or
Lispl-873M, perform the work at each tray.

4 Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
4.1 Light Shield Unit

Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 5 minutes 3. Push the tab on the back of the sensor inward and
remove the photo sensor.

Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Photo sensor
(for replacement)

1. Remove the light shield unit assembly with


reference to " Removal Procedure (Page 4-3)" in
"4.1.2 Removing/Installing Light Shield Unit
Assembly".
4. Install a new photo sensor.
When replacing the parts, always install the tray shutter
on every tray. If a portion of the film remains on the tray, 5. Connect the connector (JP29) removed in Step 2.
the film will be subject to exposure.
When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted
correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

6. Install the light shield unit assembly with reference


to " Installation Procedure (Page 4-5)" in "4.1.2
Removing/Installing Light Shield Unit Assembly".

7. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.

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8. Pull out the tray shutter, and return it to its storage


space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the film
height detection sensor.

4.1 Light Shield Unit

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4.2 Pickup Unit


4.2.1 Placing Parts
The pickup unit in the supply unit includes the following parts.

The pickup unit provides the same parts in Trays 1 and 2. If an optional Lispl-873 is added, Tray 3 is also equipped with the
same parts.
When replacing the parts of the pickup unit of the optional Lispl-873M, refer to "8.2 Pickup Unit (Page 8-3)".

2
3
4 1
4.2 Pickup Unit

No. Name Functions and Reference Sections

1 Pickup transport motor This motor drives the pickup roller.


For more information, refer "4.2.3 Replacing Pickup Transport Motor (Page 4-15)".

2 Pickup HP motor This drive motor saves the motor pickup roller.
For more information, refer "4.2.4 Replacing Pickup HP Motor (Page 4-18)".

3 Pickup HP sensor This photo sensor detects the position where the sensor pickup roller is saved.
For more information, refer "4.2.5 Replacing Pickup HP Sensor (Page 4-20)".

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4.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit 2. Insert the tray shutter into the slot with the UP mark
Assembly of the supply tray on the front side on the upper
surface.
This section describes the procedure for removing or installing the Inserting the tray shutter as far as it will go will unlock the
pick up unit assembly. supply tray and cause it to pop out several centimeters.

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
4
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
3. Slowly pull the supply tray out all the way.

4.2 Pickup Unit


The following steps describe how to remove or install the Do not place any objects on the supply tray or lean
pickup unit assembly for Tray 1. When removing or installing against the supply tray that has been pulled open.
the pickup unit assembly for Tray 2 or Lispl-873, use the
same steps for each tray.

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 3 minutes

Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)
4. Remove the lower front cover.
- Two screws (M3 × 6)

Removing Pickup Unit Assembly

1. Open the lower front cover and take out the tray
shutter.

Storage space

Tray shutter

Lower front cover

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5. Remove the connector (JJ48). 7. Remove the pickup unit assembly.

When removing the connector, do not pull the cord; Exercise care so as not to bring the sensor into contact
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead. with parts inside the main unit.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

4
4.2 Pickup Unit

The above is the final stage of the process of removing the pickup
6. Remove the light shield unit assembly. unit assembly.
- Two screws (M3 × 8) • When replacing the pickup transport motor, go to "4.2.3
Replacing Pickup Transport Motor (Page 4-15)".

Exercise care so as not to bring the sensor into contact • When replacing the pickup HP motor, go to "4.2.4
with parts inside the main unit. Replacing Pickup HP Motor (Page 4-18)".
• When replacing the pickup HP sensor, go to "4.2.5
Replacing Pickup HP Sensor (Page 4-20)".

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3. Connect the connector (JJ48).


Installing Pickup Unit Assembly

1. Install the pickup unit assembly. When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted
correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
Pull out the unit along the guide, being careful not to unit to emit smoke or strange odors.
bring it into contact with inside and consequently
damaging it. If it is installed incorrectly, the light shield
unit assembly may not be installed properly.

4.2 Pickup Unit


4. Install the lower front cover.
- Two screws (M3 × 6)

2. Install the light shield unit assembly.


- Two screws (M3 × 8)
Fix so that the positioning hole in the light shield unit align
with the emboss in the main unit.

Exercise care so as not to bring the sensor into contact


with parts inside the main unit.

5. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.

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6. Pull out the tray shutter, and return it to its storage


space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

Storage space

Tray shutter
4
4.2 Pickup Unit

Lower front cover

7. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of installing the pickup
unit assembly.

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4.2.3 Replacing Pickup Transport Motor 2. Remove the E ring with a precision screwdriver.

Replace the motor that drives the pickup roller.


• Be careful not to apply excessive force when
removing the E ring. Doing so may result in the tip of
Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power the precision screwdriver pricking the use’s finger or
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or cause the E ring to flick off.
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• The removed E ring will be reused. Take care not to
bend it during removal.

The following describes the procedure for replacing the parts 3. Remove the gear.
of Tray 1. When replacing Tray 2 or the parts of Lispl-873, - One gear
perform the work at each tray.

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows: 4
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 5 minutes

4.2 Pickup Unit


Tools to have at hand
The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)
4. Disconnect the wire from the wire saddles.
- Wire saddles in three locations
3 Pickup transport motor 4 Precision flat blade
(for replacement) screwdriver

1. Remove the pickup unit assembly with reference to


" Removing Pickup Unit Assembly (Page 4-11)" in
"4.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit Assembly".

When replacing the parts, always install the tray shutter


on every tray. If a portion of the film remains on the tray,
the film will be subject to exposure.

5. Remove the bracket.


- Two screws (M3 × 6)

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6. Remove the connector (JP53). 10. Remove the bracket.


- One screw (M3 × 6)
When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

4 11. Install the bracket removed in Step 5.


- Two screws (M3 × 6)
4.2 Pickup Unit

If the gear or collar has been removed together with the


7. Remove the pickup transport motor. bracket, install it as shown below. When attaching the
gear or collar, attention should be paid to their
- Two screws (M3 × 6)
orientation.
After assembly, move the peripheral gears by hand and
confirm that the assembled gear moves in conjunction.

8. Install a new pickup transport motor.


- Two screws (M3 × 6)

9. Connect the connector (JP53) removed in Step 6.


12. Install the bracket removed in Step 10.
- One screw (M3 × 6)
When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted
correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
13. Secure the wire removed in Step 4 with the wire
saddles.
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.
- Wire saddles in three locations

14. Install the gears removed in Step 3.


- One gear

15. Install the E ring removed in Step 2.


16. Install the pickup unit assembly with reference to
" Installing Pickup Unit Assembly (Page 4-13)" in
"4.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit Assembly".

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17. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
18. Pull out the tray shutter, and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

19. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the pickup
transport motor.

4.2 Pickup Unit

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4.2.4 Replacing Pickup HP Motor 2. Remove the bracket.


- Two screws (M3 × 6)
Replace the drive motor that saves the pickup roller.

Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.

The following describes the procedure for replacing the parts


of Tray 1. When replacing Tray 2 or the parts of Lispl-873,
perform the work at each tray.

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
4 required to replace parts are as follows: 3. Disconnect the wire from the wire saddles.
- Wire saddle in one location
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 5 minutes 4. Remove the relay connector (JP54).


4.2 Pickup Unit

Tools to have at hand When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools: pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Pickup HP motor
(for replacement)

1. Remove the pickup unit assembly with reference to


" Removing Pickup Unit Assembly (Page 4-11)" in
"4.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit Assembly".

When replacing the parts, always install the tray shutter


on every tray. If a portion of the film remains on the tray,
the film will be subject to exposure.

5. Remove the gear.


- One gear

6. Remove the pickup HP motor.


- Two flat head screws (M3 × 4)

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7. Install a new pickup HP motor.


- Two flat head screws (M3 × 4)

8. Install the gear removed in Step 5.


- One gear
Push in the gear so that the notch on the gear aligns with the
notch on the shaft.

9. Install the bracket removed in Step 2.


- Two screws (M3 × 6)
You can install it in the correct position by inserting the notch
on the bracket into the slot in the installation position.

4.2 Pickup Unit


10. Connect the relay connector (JP54) removed in
Step 4.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

11. Secure the wire removed in Step 3 with the wire


saddles.
- Wire saddle in one location

12. Install the pickup unit assembly with reference to


" Installing Pickup Unit Assembly (Page 4-13)" in
"4.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit Assembly".

13. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
14. Pull out the tray shutter, and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

15. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the pickup
HP motor.

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4.2.5 Replacing Pickup HP Sensor 2. Remove the connector (JP31).

Replace the photo sensor that detects the position where the pickup
roller is saved. When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.
Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.

The following describes the procedure for replacing the parts


of Tray 1. When replacing Tray 2 or the parts of Lispl-873,
perform the work at each tray.

Work outline
4 The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours
4.2 Pickup Unit

1 5 minutes
3. Remove the bracket.
- One screw (M3 × 6)
Tools to have at hand
The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Photo sensor
(for replacement)

1. Remove the pickup unit assembly with reference to


" Removing Pickup Unit Assembly (Page 4-11)" in
"4.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit Assembly".

When replacing the parts, always install the tray shutter


on every tray. If a portion of the film remains on the tray, 4. Push the tab on the back of the sensor inward and
the film will be subject to exposure. remove the photo sensor.

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5. Install a new photo sensor.

6. Install the bracket removed in Step 3.


- One screw (M3 × 6)
Fix so that the positioning hole in the bracket align with the
emboss on the mating part.

7. Connect the connector (JP31) removed in Step 2.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

8. Install the pickup unit assembly with reference to


" Installing Pickup Unit Assembly (Page 4-13)" in
"4.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit Assembly". 4
9. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.

4.2 Pickup Unit


10. Pull out the tray shutter, and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

11. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the pickup
HP sensor.

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Chapter
Chapter 5
5 Replacing Parts of Tray Unit 5
This chapter describes how to replace parts in the tray unit when they
have failed, and how to adjust parts after replacing them.

Replacing Parts of Tray Unit


5.1 Placing Parts.............................................................................5-2
5.2 Replacing Supply Elevating Motor ..........................................5-3
5.3 Replacing Elevating Plate HP Sensor.....................................5-6
5.4 Replacing Tray Lock Solenoid.................................................5-9
5.5 Replacing Tray Detection Sensor..........................................5-13
5.6 Replacing Outlet Light Shield Unit Assembly .......................5-17
5.6.1 Adjusting Reference Guide.....................................5-20
Chapter 5 Replacing Parts of Tray Unit

5.1 Placing Parts


The tray unit includes the following parts.

The tray unit provides the same parts in Trays 1 and 2. If an optional Lispl-873 is added, Tray 3 is also equipped with the
same parts.
When replacing the parts of the tray unit of the optional Lispl-873M, refer to "8.3 Tray Unit (Page 8-22)".

5 5
5.1 Placing Parts

2 4

No. Name Functions and Reference Sections

1 Supply elevating motor This motor moves up the elevating plate when transporting film.
For more information, refer to "5.2 Replacing Supply Elevating Motor (Page 5-3)".

2 Elevating plate HP sensor This photo sensor detects the position (home position) where the elevating plate is lowered.
For more information, refer to "5.3 Replacing Elevating Plate HP Sensor (Page 5-6)".

3 Tray lock solenoid This solenoid valve locks or unlocks the supply tray in DRYPRO 873.
For more information, refer to "5.4 Replacing Tray Lock Solenoid (Page 5-9)".

4 Tray detection sensor This photo sensor detects presence or absence of the supply tray.
For more information, refer to "5.5 Replacing Tray Detection Sensor (Page 5-13)".

5 Outlet light shield unit Guide unit assembly that shades the film inside the supply tray while the upper right cover is open.
assembly For more information, refer to "5.6 Replacing Outlet Light Shield Unit Assembly (Page 5-17)".

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5.2 Replacing Supply Elevating Motor 2. Insert the tray shutter into the slot with the UP mark
of the supply tray on the front side on the upper
Replace the motor that moves up the elevating plate when surface.
transporting film.
Inserting the tray shutter as far as it will go will unlock the
supply tray and cause it to pop out several centimeters.
• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

5
3. Remove the rear cover.
The following describes the procedure for replacing the parts When replacing the parts of Tray 1
of Tray 1. When replacing Tray 2 or the parts of Lispl-873,
1) Remove the upper rear cover with reference to

5.2 Replacing Supply Elevating Motor


perform the work at each tray.
" Removing Upper Rear Cover (Page 3-22)" in "3.3.6
Removing/Installing Upper Rear Cover".
- Six screws (M4 × 8)
Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 5 minutes

Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Supply elevating motor


(for replacement)
When replacing the parts of Tray 2 or Lispl-873
1) Remove the lower rear cover with reference to
1. Open the lower front cover and pull out the tray " Removing Lower Rear Cover (Page 3-24)" in "3.3.7
shutter. Removing/Installing Lower Rear Cover".
- Six screws (M4 × 8)

Storage space

Tray shutter

Lower front cover

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4. Remove the connector. 6. Remove the supply elevating motor.


- Two screws (M3 × 25)
For Tray 1 JP56

For Tray 2 JP68

For Lispl-873 JP83

When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;


pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

7. Install a new supply elevating motor.


- Two screws (M3 × 25)
5 Fix so that the emboss in the rear of the motor aligns with that
of the bracket.

8. Install the bracket removed in Step 5.


5.2 Replacing Supply Elevating Motor

- One screw (M3 × 6)


Hook the notch of the bracket onto the notch of the main unit
to attach it.

5. Remove the supply elevating motor holding bracket


together with the motor.
- One screw (M3 × 6)
The bracket is hooked on the notch in the main unit, but can
be unhooked by lifting it slightly and pulling it toward you.

9. Connect the connector removed in Step 4.

For Tray 1 JP56

For Tray 2 JP68

For Lispl-873 JP83

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

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10. Install the rear cover.


When the parts of Tray 1 have been replaced
1) Install the upper rear cover with reference to " Installing
Upper Rear Cover (Page 3-23)" in "3.3.6 Removing/
Installing Upper Rear Cover".
- Six screws (M4 × 8)
When the parts of Tray 2 or Lispl-873 have been replaced
1) Install the lower rear cover with reference to " Installing
Lower Rear Cover (Page 3-25)" in "3.3.7 Removing/
Installing Lower Rear Cover".
- Six screws (M4 × 8)

11. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
12. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent 5
and may prevent it from being properly installed

5.2 Replacing Supply Elevating Motor


13. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the supply
elevating motor.

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5.3 Replacing Elevating Plate HP 2. Insert the tray shutter into the slot with the UP mark
of the supply tray on the front side on the upper
Sensor surface.
Replace the photo sensor that detects the position (home position) Inserting the tray shutter as far as it will go will unlock the
where the elevating plate is lowered. supply tray and cause it to pop out several centimeters.

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
5
3. Remove the rear cover.
When replacing the parts of Tray 1
The following describes the procedure for replacing the parts 1) Remove the upper rear cover with reference to
5.3 Replacing Elevating Plate HP Sensor

of Tray 1. When replacing Tray 2 or the parts of Lispl-873, " Removing Upper Rear Cover (Page 3-22)" in "3.3.6
perform the work at each tray. Removing/Installing Upper Rear Cover".
- Six screws (M4 × 8)

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 5 minutes

Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Photo sensor When replacing the parts of Tray 2 or Lispl-873


(for replacement) 1) Remove the lower rear cover with reference to
" Removing Lower Rear Cover (Page 3-24)" in "3.3.7
Removing/Installing Lower Rear Cover".
1. Open the lower front cover and pull out the tray - Six screws (M4 × 8)
shutter.

Storage space

Tray shutter

Lower front cover

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4. Remove the connector. 6. Remove the connector (JP42).

For Tray 1 JP56


When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
For Tray 2 JP68
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
For Lispl-873 JP83 Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;


pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

7. Remove the bracket.

5.3 Replacing Elevating Plate HP Sensor


- One screw (M3 × 6)
The bracket is hooked on the notch in the main unit, but can
be unhooked by sliding slightly to the right and pulling it
toward you.

5. Remove the supply elevating motor holding bracket


together with the motor.
- One screw (M3 × 6)
The bracket is hooked on the notch in the main unit, but can
be unhooked by lifting it slightly and pulling it toward you.

8. Push the tab on the back of the sensor inward and


remove the photo sensor.

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9. Install a new photo sensor. 14. Install the rear cover.


When the parts of Tray 1 have been replaced
10. Install the bracket removed in Step 7.
- One screw (M3 × 6) 1) Install the lower rear cover with reference to " Installing
Upper Rear Cover (Page 3-23)" in "3.3.6 Removing/
Insert the bracket into the notch of the main unit, and then
Installing Upper Rear Cover".
remove after shifting slightly to the left.
- Six screws (M4 × 8)
When the parts of Tray 2 or Lispl-873 have been replaced
1) Install the upper rear cover with reference to " Installing
Lower Rear Cover (Page 3-25)" in "3.3.7 Removing/
Installing Lower Rear Cover".
- Six screws (M4 × 8)

15. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
16. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


5 improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed
11. Connect the connector (JP42) removed in Step 6.
17. Close the lower front cover.
5.3 Replacing Elevating Plate HP Sensor

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the elevating plate HP sensor.
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

12. Install the bracket removed in Step 5.


- One screw (M3 × 6)
Hook the notch of the bracket onto the notch of the main unit
to attach it.

13. Connect the connector removed in Step 4.


For Tray 1 JP56

For Tray 2 JP68

For Lispl-873 JP83

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

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5.4 Replacing Tray Lock Solenoid 2. Insert the tray shutter into the slot with the UP mark
of the supply tray on the front side on the upper
Replace the solenoid valve that locks or unlocks the supply tray. surface.
Inserting the tray shutter as far as it will go will unlock the
• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power supply tray and cause it to pop out several centimeters.
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

5
The following describes the procedure for replacing the parts 3. Remove the rear cover.
of Tray 1. When replacing Tray 2, or the parts of Lispl-873 or When replacing the parts of Tray 1
Lispl-873M, perform the work at each tray.

5.4 Replacing Tray Lock Solenoid


1) Remove the upper rear cover with reference to
" Removing Upper Rear Cover (Page 3-22)" in "3.3.6
Work outline Removing/Installing Upper Rear Cover".
- Six screws (M4 × 8)
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 5 minutes

Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Tray lock solenoid 4


(for replacement)

When replacing the parts of Tray 2 or Lispl-873


1. Open the lower front cover and pull out the tray 1) Remove the lower rear cover with reference to
shutter. " Removing Lower Rear Cover (Page 3-24)" in "3.3.7
Removing/Installing Lower Rear Cover".
- Six screws (M4 × 8)

Storage space

Tray shutter

Lower front cover

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4. Remove the connector. 6. Remove the cover.


- Two screws (M3 × 6)
For Tray 1 JP56

For Tray 2 JP68

For Lispl-873 JP83

When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;


pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

7. Remove the connector.

For Tray 1 JP44 and JP55


5
For Tray 2 JP44 and JP67

For Lispl-873 JP44 and JP82


5.4 Replacing Tray Lock Solenoid

When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;


5. Remove the supply elevating motor holding bracket pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
together with the motor. Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.
- One screw (M3 × 6)
The bracket is hooked on the notch in the main unit, but can
be unhooked by lifting it slightly and pulling it toward you.

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8. Remove the tray lock solenoid unit assembly. 13. Install the tray lock solenoid unit assembly
- Three screws (M3 × 6) removed in Step 8.
The bracket is hooked on the notch in the main unit, but can - Three screws (M3 × 6)
be unhooked by lifting it slightly and pulling it toward you. After inserting the bracket notch into the notch groove of the
main unit ( ① in the figure below), align the position of the
other notches and attach.

9. Remove the E ring with a precision screwdriver, and 5


pull out the parallel pin.
14. Connect the connector removed in Step 7.

5.4 Replacing Tray Lock Solenoid


• Be careful not to apply excessive force when For Tray 1 JP44 and JP55
removing the E ring. Doing so may result in the tip of For Tray 2 JP44 and JP67
the precision screwdriver pricking the user’s finger or
cause the E ring to flick off. For Lispl-873 JP44 and JP82
• The removed E ring will be reused. Take care not to
bend it during removal.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


10. Remove the tray lock solenoid. correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
- Two screws (M3 × 6) connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

15. Install the cover removed in Step 6.


- Two screws (M3 × 6)

16. Install the bracket removed in Step 5.


- One screw (M3 × 6)
Hook the notch of the bracket onto the notch of the main unit
to attach it.

17. Connect the connector removed in Step 4.


For Tray 1 JP56

For Tray 2 JP68


11. Install a new tray lock solenoid.
- Two screws (M3 × 6) For Lispl-873 JP83

12. Insert the parallel pin removed in Step 9, and install


the E ring.
When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted
correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

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18. Install the rear cover.


When the parts of Tray 1 have been replaced
1) Install the upper rear cover with reference to " Installing
Upper Rear Cover (Page 3-23)" in "3.3.6 Removing/
Installing Upper Rear Cover".
- Six screws (M4 × 8)
When the parts of Tray 2 or Lispl-873 have been replaced
1) Install the lower rear cover with reference to " Installing
Lower Rear Cover (Page 3-25)" in "3.3.7 Removing/
Installing Lower Rear Cover".
- Six screws (M4 × 8)

19. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
20. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


5 improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed
5.4 Replacing Tray Lock Solenoid

21. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the tray lock
solenoid.

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5.5 Replacing Tray Detection Sensor 2. Insert the tray shutter into the slot with the UP mark
of the supply tray on the front side on the upper
Replace the photo sensor that detects the presence or absence of the surface.
supply tray.
Inserting the tray shutter as far as it will go will unlock the
supply tray and cause it to pop out several centimeters.
• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

5
3. Remove the rear cover.
The following describes the procedure for replacing the parts When replacing the parts of Tray 1
of Tray 1. When replacing Tray 2, or the parts of Lispl-873 or
1) Remove the upper rear cover with reference to

5.5 Replacing Tray Detection Sensor


Lispl-873M, perform the work at each tray.
" Removing Upper Rear Cover (Page 3-22)" in "3.3.6
Removing/Installing Upper Rear Cover".
- Six screws (M4 × 8)
Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 5 minutes

Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Photo sensor
(for replacement)
When replacing the parts of Tray 2 or Lispl-873
1) Remove the lower rear cover with reference to
1. Open the lower front cover and pull out the tray " Removing Lower Rear Cover (Page 3-24)" in "3.3.7
shutter. Removing/Installing Lower Rear Cover".
- Six screws (M4 × 8)

Storage space

Tray shutter

Lower front cover

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4. Remove the connector. 6. Remove the cover.


- Two screws (M3 × 6)
For Tray 1 JP56

For Tray 2 JP68

For Lispl-873 JP83

When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;


pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

7. Remove the connector.

For Tray 1 JP44 and JP55


5
For Tray 2 JP44 and JP67

For Lispl-873 JP44 and JP82


5.5 Replacing Tray Detection Sensor

When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;


5. Remove the supply elevating motor holding bracket pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
together with the motor. Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.
- One screw (M3 × 6)
The bracket is hooked on the notch in the main unit, but can
be unhooked by lifting it slightly and pulling it toward you.

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8. Remove the tray lock solenoid unit assembly. 12. Connect the connector removed in Step 7.
- Three screws (M3 × 6)
For Tray 1 JP44 and JP55
The bracket is hooked on the notch in the main unit, but can
be unhooked by lifting it slightly and pulling it toward you. For Tray 2 JP44 and JP67

For Lispl-873 JP44 and JP82

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

13. Install the cover removed in Step 6.


- Two screws (M3 × 6)

14. Install the bracket removed in Step 5.


- One screw (M3 × 6)
9. Push the tab on the back of the sensor inward and Hook the notch of the bracket onto the notch of the main unit 5
remove the photo sensor. to attach it.

10. Install a new photo sensor.

5.5 Replacing Tray Detection Sensor


15. Connect the connector removed in Step 4.
11. Install the tray lock solenoid unit assembly For Tray 1 JP56
removed in Step 8.
For Tray 2 JP68
- Three screws (M3 × 6)
After inserting the bracket notch into the notch groove of the For Lispl-873 JP83
main unit ( ① in the figure below), align the position of the
other notches and attach.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


1 correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

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16. Install the rear cover.


When the parts of Tray 1 have been replaced
1) Install the upper rear cover with reference to " Installing
Upper Rear Cover (Page 3-23)" in "3.3.6 Removing/
Installing Upper Rear Cover".
- Six screws (M4 × 8)
When the parts of Tray 2 or Lispl-873 have been replaced
1) Install the lower rear cover with reference to " Installing
Lower Rear Cover (Page 3-25)" in "3.3.7 Removing/
Installing Lower Rear Cover".
- Six screws (M4 × 8)

17. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
18. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


5 improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed
5.5 Replacing Tray Detection Sensor

19. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the tray
detection sensor.

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5.6 Replacing Outlet Light Shield Unit 2. Insert the tray shutter into the slot with the UP mark
of the supply tray on the front side on the upper
Assembly surface.
Replace the outlet light shield assembly that shades the film inside Inserting the tray shutter as far as it will go will unlock the
the supply tray while the upper light cover is open. supply tray and cause it to pop out several centimeters.

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
5
3. Remove the upper right cover with reference to
Work outline " Removing Upper Right Cover (Page 3-7)" in "3.3.1
Removing/Installing Upper Right Cover".
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours

5.6 Replacing Outlet Light Shield Unit Assembly


required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 10 minutes

Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Outlet light shield


assembly
(for replacement)
4. Remove the center right side cover with reference
to " Removing Center Right Side Cover (Page 3-16)"
1. Open the lower front cover and pull out the tray in "3.3.4 Removing/Installing Center Right Side
shutter. Cover".

Storage space

Tray shutter

Lower front cover

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5. Remove the upper right side cover with reference to 8. Remove the lower right side cover with reference to
" Removing Upper Right Side Cover (Page 3-11)" in " Removing Lower Right Side Cover (Page 3-19)" in
"3.3.3 Removing/Installing Upper Right Side Cover". "3.3.5 Removing/Installing Lower Right Side
Cover".

6. Close the external guide unit assembly.


5 9. Remove the connector (JJ72).
5.6 Replacing Outlet Light Shield Unit Assembly

7. Remove the lower right cover with reference to


" Removing Lower Right Cover (Page 3-9)" in "3.3.2 10. Remove the elevating transport unit.
Removing/Installing Lower Right Cover". - Four screws (M4 × 6)

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11. Remove the outlet light shield unit assembly.


The upper side of the outlet light shield unit assembly is
inserted into the opening of the main unit. While slightly
pulling out the lower side toward you, slide the upper side
downward to remove it.
- Three screws (M4 × 6)
- One screw (M3 × 8)

12. Install a new outlet light shield unit assembly.

5.6 Replacing Outlet Light Shield Unit Assembly


Insert the upper side of the outlet light shield unit assembly
into the opening of the main unit, and install the new one.
- Three screws (M4 × 6)
- One screw (M3 × 8)

The above is the final stage of the process of installing the outlet
light shield unit assembly.
When removing or replacing the outlet light shield unit assembly,
you need to adjust the reference guide position.
Go to "5.6.1 Adjusting Reference Guide (Page 5-20)" and perform
adjustment.

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5.6.1 Adjusting Reference Guide 3. Remove the screw of the reference guide and slide
the reference guide toward the outside.
When removing or replacing the outlet light shield unit assembly, - Two screws (M3 ×12)
you need to adjust the reference guide position.

Work outline
The Number of Personnel and the estimated work hours required
for this work are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 3 minutes

Tools to have at hand


This work requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Scale


screwdrivers
4. Apply the scale to the inside of the guide on the
5 position regulation unit. Press the reference guide
1. Rotate lever B in the direction of the arrow and open against the scale and tighten the screw.
the external guide unit assembly. - Two screws (M3 × 12)
5.6 Replacing Outlet Light Shield Unit Assembly

Be sure to the inside of the guide on the position


regulation unit is aligned along the scale with the
reference guide plane.

2. Remove the stop bands from the external guide unit


assembly, and open the external guide unit
assembly.

5. Hook the stop bands onto the external guide unit


assembly, and install the guide unit assembly.

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6. Close the external guide unit assembly.

Check that the covers are closed securely.


If any cover is half shut, the cover open error may occur.

5
7. Install the lower right side cover with reference to
" Installing Lower Right Side Cover (Page 3-20)" in
"3.3.5 Removing/Installing Lower Right Side

5.6 Replacing Outlet Light Shield Unit Assembly


Cover".

8. Install the lower right cover with reference to


" Installing Lower Right Cover (Page 3-9)" in "3.3.2
Removing/Installing Lower Right Cover".

9. Install the upper right side cover with reference to


" Installing Upper Right Cover (Page 3-13)" in "3.3.3
Removing/Installing Upper Right Side Cover".

10. Install the center right side cover with reference to


" Installing Center Right Side Cover (Page 3-17)" in
"3.3.4 Removing/Installing Center Right Side
Cover".

11. Install the upper right cover with reference to


" Installing Upper Right Cover (Page 3-8)" in "3.3.1
Removing/Installing Upper Right Cover".

12. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
13. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed

14. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of installing the outlet
light shield unit assembly.

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Chapter
Chapter 6
6 Replacing Parts of Elevating
Transport Unit
This chapter describes how to replace parts in the elevating transport unit 6
when they have failed, and how to adjust parts after replacing them.

Replacing Parts of Elevating Transport Unit


6.1 Placing Parts.............................................................................6-2
6.2 Removing/Installing Elevating Transport Unit.........................6-3
6.3 Replacing Elevating Transport Nip Opening/Closing Motor ..6-7
6.4 Replacing Elevating Transport Nip Opening/
Closing HP Sensor...................................................................6-9
6.5 Replacing Supply Outlet Sensor ...........................................6-12
6.6 Replacing Elevating Transport Motor....................................6-14
6.7 Replacing Right Door Front/Right Door Back Sensor..........6-16
Chapter 6 Replacing Parts of Elevating Transport Unit

6.1 Placing Parts


The elevating transport unit contains the following parts.

4
3
2

5 1

6
6.1 Placing Parts

No. Name Functions and Reference Sections

1 Elevating transport nip This motor opens or closes the elevating transport nip.
opening/closing motor For more information, refer to "6.3 Replacing Elevating Transport Nip Opening/Closing Motor
(Page 6-7)".

2 Elevating transport nip This photo sensor detects the opening/closing the home position of the elevating transport nip.
opening/closing HP sensor For more information, refer to "6.4 Replacing Elevating Transport Nip Opening/Closing HP Sensor
(Page 6-9)".

3 Supply outlet sensor This photo sensor detects film transfer at the supply outlet.
For more information, refer to "6.5 Replacing Supply Outlet Sensor (Page 6-12)".

4 Elevating transport motor This motor transports film from Tray 2.


It also transports film from Tray 3 when an optional Lispl-873 or Lispl-873M is added.
For more information, refer to "6.6 Replacing Elevating Transport Motor (Page 6-14)".

5 Right door front sensor/right This photo sensor detects the opening/closing of the lower right cover.
door back sensor For more information, refer to "6.7 Replacing Right Door Front/Right Door Back Sensor (Page 6-
16)".

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6.2 Removing/Installing Elevating 2. Insert the tray shutter into the slot with the UP mark
of the supply tray on the front side on the upper
Transport Unit surface.
This section describes the procedure for removing or installing the Inserting the tray shutter as far as it will go will unlock and
elevating transport unit. cause the supply tray to pop out several centimeters.

• Be sure to turn off power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
3. Remove the upper right cover with reference to
" Removing Upper Right Cover (Page 3-7)" in "3.3.1
Work outline
Removing/Installing Upper Right Cover".
6
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:

6.2 Removing/Installing Elevating Transport Unit


Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 5 minutes

Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Precision flat blade


screwdriver

4. Remove the center right side cover with reference


to " Removing Center Right Side Cover (Page 3-16)"
Removal Procedure in "3.3.4 Removing/Installing Center Right Side
Cover".
1. Open the lower front cover and pull out the tray
shutter.

Storage space

Tray shutter

Lower front cover

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5. Remove the upper right side cover with reference to 8. Remove the connector (JJ72).
" Removing Upper Right Side Cover (Page 3-11)" in
"3.3.3 Removing/Installing Upper Right Side Cover".
When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

6. Remove the lower right cover with reference to


" Removing Lower Right Cover (Page 3-9)" in "3.3.2
Removing/Installing Lower Right Cover".

6
9. Remove the elevating transport unit.
- Four screws (M4 × 6)
6.2 Removing/Installing Elevating Transport Unit

7. Remove the lower right side cover with reference to


" Removing Lower Right Side Cover (Page 3-19)" in
"3.3.5 Removing/Installing Lower Right Side
Cover".
The above is the final stage of the process of removing the
elevating transport unit.
• When replacing the elevating transport nip opening/
closing motor, go to "6.3 Replacing Elevating Transport
Nip Opening/Closing Motor (Page 6-7)".
• When replacing the elevating transport nip opening/
closing HP sensor, go to "6.4 Replacing Elevating
Transport Nip Opening/Closing HP Sensor (Page 6-9)".
• When replacing the supply outlet sensor, go to "6.5
Replacing Supply Outlet Sensor (Page 6-12)".
• When replacing the elevating transport motor, go to "6.6
Replacing Elevating Transport Motor (Page 6-14)".

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3. Install the lower right side cover with reference to


Installation procedure " Installing Lower Right Side Cover (Page 3-20)" in
"3.3.5 Removing/Installing Lower Right Side
1. Install the elevating transport unit. Cover".
- Four screws (M4 × 6)
Position the elevating transport unit by inserting the pin ① on
the right side of the elevating transport unit into the notch ②
in the main unit and the slot ③ on the left side of the
elevating transport unit into the notch ④ in the main unit.
Then, fix the elevating transport unit while pressing it down.

2
1
4. Install the upper right side cover with reference to
" Installing Upper Right Cover (Page 3-13)" in "3.3.3
Removing/Installing Upper Right Side Cover".
6

6.2 Removing/Installing Elevating Transport Unit


2. Connect the connector (JJ72).

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

5. Install the center right side cover with reference to


" Installing Center Right Side Cover (Page 3-17)" in
"3.3.4 Removing/Installing Center Right Side
Cover".

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6. Install the upper right cover with reference to


" Installing Upper Right Cover (Page 3-8)" in "3.3.1
Removing/Installing Upper Right Cover".

7. Close the front cover.


Check that magnets are mounted in two places at the top edge
of the front cover.
6
Check that the cover is securely closed.
If it is not securely closed, it will cause a cover open
error.
6.2 Removing/Installing Elevating Transport Unit

8. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.

9. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage


space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

10. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of installing the


elevating transport unit.

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6.3 Replacing Elevating Transport Nip 2. Remove the connector (JP65).

Opening/Closing Motor
Replace the motor that opens or closes the elevating transport nip. When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.
• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours 6
required to replace parts are as follows: 3. Remove the gear cover.
- One screw (M3 × 6)
Number of Personnel Work Hours

6.3 Replacing Elevating Transport Nip Opening/Closing Motor


1 10 minutes

Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Elevating transport nip 4 Precision flat blade


opening/closing motor screwdriver
(for replacement)

1. Remove the elevating transport unit with reference


to " Removal Procedure (Page 6-3)" in "6.2
Removing/Installing Elevating Transport Unit".

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4. Remove the E ring with a precision screwdriver. 11. Connect the connector (JP65) removed in Step 2.

• Be careful not to apply excessive force when When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted
removing the E ring. Doing so may result in the tip of correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
the precision screwdriver pricking the user's finger or connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
cause the E ring to flick off. unit to emit smoke or strange odors.
• The removed E ring will be reused. Exercise care not
to bend it during the removal process. 12. Install the elevating transport unit with reference to
" Installation procedure (Page 6-5)" in "6.2
5. Remove the gear. Removing/Installing Elevating Transport Unit".
- Two gears
13. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
14. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

6 15. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the


6.3 Replacing Elevating Transport Nip Opening/Closing Motor

elevating transport nip opening/closing motor.

6. Remove the elevating transport nip opening/closing


motor.
- Two flat head screws (M3 × 4)

7. Install a new elevating transport nip opening/


closing motor.
- Two flat head screws (M3 × 4)

8. Install the gear removed in Step 5.


- Two gears

9. Install the E ring removed in Step 4.

10. Install the gear cover removed in Step 3.


- One screw (M3 × 6)

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6.4 Replacing Elevating Transport Nip 2. Remove the cover.


- One screw (M3 × 6)
Opening/Closing HP Sensor
Replace the photo sensor that detects opening/closing HP of the
elevating transport nip.

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter, 3. Remove the connector (JP62).
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Work outline Pulling the cord too tightly may break it. 6
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
4. Remove the connector (JP62) wire from the slot on

6.4 Replacing Elevating Transport Nip Opening/Closing HP Sensor


Number of Personnel Work Hours
the stop band and bracket.
1 10 minutes

Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Photo sensor 4 Precision flat blade


(for replacement) screwdriver

1. Remove the elevating transport unit with reference


to " Removal Procedure (Page 6-3)" in "6.2
Removing/Installing Elevating Transport Unit".

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5. Remove the E ring with a precision screwdriver. 9. Push the tab on the back of the sensor inward and
remove the photo sensor.

• Be careful not to apply excessive force when


removing the E ring. Doing so may result in the tip of
the precision screwdriver pricking the user's finger or
cause the E ring to flick off.
• The removed E ring will be reused. Exercise care not
to bend it during the removal process.

6. Remove the gear.


- Two gears

7. Remove the bracket.


- Two screws (M3 × 6)

10. Install a new photo sensor.


11. Install the bracket removed in Step 8.
- One screw (M3 × 6)
6 Hook the bracket on the notch of the main unit, and fix it with
two embosses.
6.4 Replacing Elevating Transport Nip Opening/Closing HP Sensor

8. Remove the bracket.


- One screw (M3 × 6)
The bracket shaped like a hook is inserted into the main body.
While sliding the bracket slightly, pull it out.

12. Install the bracket removed in Step 7.


- Two screws (M3 × 6)

13. Install the gear removed in Step 6.


- Two gears

14. Install the E ring removed in Step 5.

When attaching gears, attention should be paid to the


gear orientation.
After assembly, move the peripheral gears by hand and
confirm that the assembled gear moves in conjunction.

15. Connect the connector (JP62) removed in Step 3.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

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16. Put the wire removed in Step 4 back into the slot on
the bracket.

17. Install the elevating transport unit with reference to


" Installation procedure (Page 6-5)" in "6.2
Removing/Installing Elevating Transport Unit".

18. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
19. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

20. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the


elevating transport nip opening/closing HP sensor.
6

6.4 Replacing Elevating Transport Nip Opening/Closing HP Sensor

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6.5 Replacing Supply Outlet Sensor 2. Remove the connector (JP61).

This photo sensor detects film transfer at the supply outlet.


When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
6 required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours 3. Remove the steel plate.
- Two screws (M3 × 6)
1 10 minutes
6.5 Replacing Supply Outlet Sensor

Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Photo sensor
(for replacement)

1. Remove the elevating transport unit with reference


to " Removal Procedure (Page 6-3)" in "6.2
Removing/Installing Elevating Transport Unit".
4. Remove the sensor lever.

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5. Push the tab on the back of the sensor inward and


remove the photo sensor.

6. Install a new photo sensor.

7. Install the sensor lever removed in Step 4.

8. Install the steel plate removed in Step 3.


- Two screws (M3 × 6)
6

9. Connect the connector (JP61) removed in Step 2.

6.5 Replacing Supply Outlet Sensor


When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted
correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

10. Install the unit with reference to " Installation


procedure (Page 6-5)" in "6.2 Removing/Installing
Elevating Transport Unit".

11. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
12. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

13. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the supply
outlet sensor.

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6.6 Replacing Elevating Transport 2. Remove the lower rear cover with reference to
" Removing Lower Rear Cover (Page 3-24)" in "3.3.7
Motor Removing/Installing Lower Rear Cover".
Replace the motor that transports film from Tray 2.
It also transports film from Tray 3 when an optional Lispl-873 or
Lispl-873M is added.

• Be sure to turn off power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter, 3. Remove the connectors (JP68 and JP69).
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
6 pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Work outline Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
6.6 Replacing Elevating Transport Motor

Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 5 minutes

Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Elevating transport motor 4 Precision flat blade


(for replacement) screwdriver

1. Remove the elevating transport unit with reference 4. Remove the supply elevating motor holding bracket
to " Removal Procedure (Page 6-3)" in "6.2 together with the motor.
Removing/Installing Elevating Transport Unit". - One screw (M3 × 6)

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5. Remove the E ring with a precision screwdriver. 11. Install the bracket removed in Step 4.
- Four screws (M3 × 6)
Fix so that the positioning hole in the bracket aligns with the
• Be careful not to apply excessive force when emboss on the main unit.
removing the E ring. Doing so may result in the tip of
the precision screwdriver pricking the user's finger or
cause the E ring to flick off.
• The removed E ring will be reused. Exercise care not
to bend it during the removal process.

6. Remove the gears.


- Three gears

12. Connect the connectors (JP68 and JP69) removed


in Step 3.
6
When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted
correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the

6.6 Replacing Elevating Transport Motor


unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

7. Remove the elevating transport motor.


- Two screws (M3 × 6) 13. Install the lower rear cover with reference to
" Installing Lower Rear Cover (Page 3-25)" in "3.3.7
Removing/Installing Lower Rear Cover".

14. Install the elevating transport unit with reference to


" Installation procedure (Page 6-5)" in "6.2
Removing/Installing Elevating Transport Unit".

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the


elevating transport motor.

8. Install a new elevating transport motor.


- Two screws (M3 × 6)

9. Install the gears removed in Step 6.


- Three gears

10. Install the E ring removed in Step 5.

When attaching gears, attention should be paid to the


gear orientation.
After assembly, move the peripheral gears by hand and
confirm that the assembled gear moves in conjunction.

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6.7 Replacing Right Door Front/Right 2. Insert the tray shutter into the slot with the UP mark
of the supply tray on the front side on the upper
Door Back Sensor surface.
Replace the photo sensor that detects the opening or closing of the Inserting the tray shutter as far as it will go will unlock and
lower right cover. cause the supply tray to pop out several centimeters.

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
3. Remove the lower right cover with reference to
" Removing Lower Right Cover (Page 3-9)" in "3.3.2
6 Work outline
Removing/Installing Lower Right Cover".
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
6.7 Replacing Right Door Front/Right Door Back Sensor

Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 5 minutes

Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Precision flat blade


screwdriver

4. Remove the lower right side cover with reference to


1. Open the lower front cover and pull out the tray " Removing Lower Right Side Cover (Page 3-19)" in
shutter. "3.3.5 Removing/Installing Lower Right Side
Cover".

Storage space

Tray shutter

Lower front cover

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5. Remove the bracket. 8. Install a new photo sensor.


- One screw (M3 × 6)
9. Connect the connector removed in Step 6.

For the right door front JP63


sensor

For the right door back JP64


sensor

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

10. Install the bracket removed in Step 5.


6. Remove the connector. - One screw (M3 × 6)
For the right door front JP63
sensor 11. Install the lower right side cover with reference to
" Installing Lower Right Side Cover (Page 3-20)" in
For the right door back JP64 "3.3.5 Removing/Installing Lower Right Side 6
sensor Cover".

12. Install the lower right cover with reference to

6.7 Replacing Right Door Front/Right Door Back Sensor


" Installing Lower Right Cover (Page 3-9)" in "3.3.2
When removing the connector, do not pull the cord; Removing/Installing Lower Right Cover".
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it. 13. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
14. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

15. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the right
door front sensor or right door back sensor.

7. Push the tab on the back of the sensor inward and


remove the photo sensor.

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Chapter
Chapter 7
7 Replacing Parts of Lispl-873
This chapter describes how to replace parts in the Lispl-873 (option)
when they have failed, and how to adjust parts after replacing them.

7.1 Light Shield Unit........................................................................7-2 7


7.1.1 Placing Parts..............................................................7-2
7.2 Pickup Unit................................................................................7-3

Replacing Parts of Lispl-873


7.2.1 Placing Parts..............................................................7-3
7.3 Tray Unit....................................................................................7-4
7.3.1 Placing Parts..............................................................7-4
7.3.2 Replacing Outlet Light Shield Unit Assembly ..........7-5
7.3.3 Replacing SUPPLY DRV Board ...............................7-8
7.4 Elevating Transport Unit.........................................................7-10
7.4.1 Removing/Installing Elevating Transport Unit........ 7-11
7.4.2 Replacing Elevating Transport Nip Opening/
Closing Motor...........................................................7-14
7.4.3 Replacing Elevating Transport Nip Opening/
Closing HP Sensor..................................................7-16
Chapter 7 Replacing Parts of Lispl-873

7.1 Light Shield Unit


7.1.1 Placing Parts
The Lispl-873 light shield unit includes the following parts.

No. Name Functions and Reference Sections


7.1 Light Shield Unit

1 Barrier bag detection sensor This photo sensor detects the presence or absence of the barrier bag.
Use the same replacement procedure as that for replacing the parts of Trays 1 and 2.
For more information, refer to "4.1.3 Replacing Barrier Bag Detection Sensor (Page 4-6)".

2 Film height detection sensor This photo sensor detects the height of film loaded in the sensor supply tray.
Use the same replacement procedure as that for replacing the parts of Trays 1 and 2.
For more information, refer to "4.1.4 Replacing Film Height Detection Sensor (Page 4-8)".

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7.2 Pickup Unit


7.2.1 Placing Parts
The Lispl-873 pickup unit includes the following parts.

2
3
1

7.2 Pickup Unit


No. Name Functions and Reference Sections

1 Pickup transport motor This motor drives the pickup roller.


Use the same replacement procedure as that for replacing the parts of Trays 1 and 2.
For more information, refer to "4.2.3 Replacing Pickup Transport Motor (Page 4-15)".

2 Pickup HP motor This drive motor saves the pickup roller.


Use the same replacement procedure as that for replacing the parts of Trays 1 and 2.
For more information, refer to "4.2.4 Replacing Pickup HP Motor (Page 4-18)".

3 Pickup HP sensor This photo sensor detects the position where the pickup roller is saved.
Use the same replacement procedure as that for replacing the parts of Trays 1 and 2.
For more information, refer to "4.2.5 Replacing Pickup HP Sensor (Page 4-20)".

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7.3 Tray Unit


7.3.1 Placing Parts
The Lispl-873 tray unit includes the following parts.

5 1
4
2 3
7
7.3 Tray Unit

No. Name Functions and Reference Sections

1 Supply elevating motor This motor drives the elevating plate that moves up when transporting film.
Use the same replacement procedure as that for replacing the parts of Trays 1 and 2.
For more information, refer to "5.2 Replacing Supply Elevating Motor (Page 5-3)".

2 Elevating plate HP sensor This photo sensor detects the position (home position) where the elevating plate is lowered.
Use the same replacement procedure as that for replacing the parts of Trays 1 and 2.
For more information, refer to "5.3 Replacing Elevating Plate HP Sensor (Page 5-6)".

3 Tray lock solenoid This solenoid valve locks or unlocks the supply tray in DRYPRO 873.
Use the same replacement procedure as that for replacing the parts of Trays 1 and 2.
For more information, refer to "5.4 Replacing Tray Lock Solenoid (Page 5-9)".

4 Tray detection sensor This photo sensor detects presence or absence of the supply tray.
Use the same replacement procedure as that for replacing the parts of Trays 1 and 2.
For more information, refer to "5.5 Replacing Tray Detection Sensor (Page 5-13)".

5 Outlet light shield unit This outlet light shield unit assembly shades the film inside the supply tray while the lower right
assembly cover is open.
For more information, refer to "7.3.2 Replacing Outlet Light Shield Unit Assembly (Page 7-5)".

6 SUPPLY DRV board This board controls the Lispl-873 unit.


For more information, refer to "7.3.3 Replacing SUPPLY DRV Board (Page 7-8)".

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7.3.2 Replacing Outlet Light Shield Unit 2. Insert the tray shutter into the slot with the UP mark
Assembly of the supply tray on the front side on the upper
surface.
Replace the outlet light shield assembly that shades the film inside Inserting the tray shutter as far as it will go will unlock the
the supply tray while the lower light cover is open. supply tray and cause it to pop out several centimeters.

• Be sure to turn off power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
3. Remove the lower right cover with reference to
Work outline " Removing Lower Right Cover (Page 3-9)" in "3.3.2
Removing/Installing Lower Right Cover".
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows: 7
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 15 minutes

7.3 Tray Unit


Tools to have at hand
The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Precision flat blade


screwdriver

4. Close the external guide unit assembly.


1. Open the lower front cover and pull out the tray
shutter.

Storage space

Tray shutter

Lower front cover

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5. Remove the lower right side cover with reference to 8. Remove the elevating transport unit.
" Removing Lower Right Side Cover (Page 3-19)" in - Four screws (M4 × 6)
"3.3.5 Removing/Installing Lower Right Side
Cover".

9. Remove the outlet light shield unit assembly.


- Three screws (M4 × 8)
6. Open the external guide unit assembly.

7
7.3 Tray Unit

10. Install a new outlet light shield unit assembly.


7. Remove the connector (JJ78).
- Three screws (M4 × 8)

11. Install the elevating transport unit.


- Four screws (M4 × 6)
Position the elevating transport unit by inserting the pin ① on
the right side of the elevating transport unit into the notch ②
in the main unit and the slot ③ on the left side of the
elevating transport unit into the notch ④ in the main unit.
Then, fix the elevating transport unit while pressing it down.

4
3

2
1

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12. Connect the connector (JJ78). 15. Install the lower right cover with reference to
" Installing Lower Right Cover (Page 3-9)" in "3.3.2
Removing/Installing Lower Right Cover".

13. Close the external guide unit assembly.


16. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
17. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough, 7


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

7.3 Tray Unit


18. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the outlet
light shield unit assembly.
14. Install the lower right side cover with reference to
" Installing Lower Right Side Cover (Page 3-20)" in
"3.3.5 Removing/Installing Lower Right Side
Cover".

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7.3.3 Replacing SUPPLY DRV Board 2. Insert the tray shutter into the slot with the UP mark
of the supply tray on the front side on the upper
Replace the board that controls the Lispl-873 unit. surface.
Inserting the tray shutter as far as it will go will unlock the
supply tray and cause it to pop out several centimeters.
• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours 3. Remove the lower rear cover with reference to
required to replace parts are as follows: " Removing Lower Rear Cover (Page 3-24)" in "3.3.7
Removing/Installing Lower Rear Cover".
Number of Personnel Work Hours
7
1 10 minutes

Tools to have at hand


7.3 Tray Unit

The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:


No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Elevating transport motor 4 Precision flat blade


screwdriver for
replacement

1. Open the lower front cover and pull out the tray 4. Remove the board cover.
shutter. - Four screws (M3 × 6)

Storage space

Tray shutter

Lower front cover

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5. Install a grounding strap. 7. Remove the SUPPLY DRV board.


Ground yourself by using a wrist grounding strap and fix the - Four screws (M3 × 6)
other clip onto a metal part of the main unit that has a good
connection with the ground.

Wear a wrist grounding strap when accessing the


system board to avoid damaging the system board with
electrostatic discharge.

8. Install a new SUPPLY DRV board.

When installing the board, carefully perform work not to


bump the components on the back of the board against
the stud and damage them.

7
9. Remove the grounding strap wore in Step 5.
6. Remove the connectors (UCN1, UCN2).
10. Connect the connectors (UCN1, UCN2) removed in

7.3 Tray Unit


Step 6.
When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it. When connecting the connectors, ensure it is inserted
correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

11. Install the board cover removed in Step 4.


UCN1 - Four screws (M3 × 6)

12. Install the lower rear cover with reference to


UCN2 " Installing Lower Rear Cover (Page 3-25)" in "3.3.7
Removing/Installing Lower Rear Cover".

13. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
14. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

15. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the


SUPPLY DRV board.

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7.4 Elevating Transport Unit


The Lispl-873 elevating transport unit includes the following parts.

No. Name Functions and Reference Sections


7.4 Elevating Transport Unit

1 Elevating transport nip This motor opens or closes the elevating transport nip.
opening/closing motor For more information, refer to "7.4.2 Replacing Elevating Transport Nip Opening/Closing Motor
(Page 7-14)".

2 Elevating transport nip This photo sensor detects the elevating transport nip opening/closing the home position.
opening/closing HP sensor For more information, refer to "7.4.3 Replacing Elevating Transport Nip Opening/Closing HP
Sensor (Page 7-16)".

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7.4.1 Removing/Installing Elevating 2. Insert the tray shutter into the slot with the UP mark
Transport Unit of the supply tray on the front side on the upper
surface.
This section describes the procedure for removing or installing the Inserting the tray shutter as far as it will go will unlock the
elevating transport unit. supply tray and cause it to pop out several centimeters.

• Be sure to turn off power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
3. Remove the lower right cover with reference to
Work outline " Removing Lower Right Cover (Page 3-9)" in "3.3.2
Removing/Installing Lower Right Cover".
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows: 7
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 10 minutes

7.4 Elevating Transport Unit


Tools to have at hand
The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Precision flat blade


screwdriver

4. Remove the lower right side cover with reference to


" Removing Lower Right Side Cover (Page 3-19)" in
Removal Procedure "3.3.5 Removing/Installing Lower Right Side
Cover".
1. Open the lower front cover and pull out the tray
shutter.

Storage space

Tray shutter

Lower front cover

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5. Open the external guide unit assembly.

6. Remove the connector (JJ78).

7
7.4 Elevating Transport Unit

7. Remove the elevating transport unit.


- Four screws (M4 × 6)

The above is the final stage of the process of removing the


elevating transport unit.
• When replacing the elevating transport nip opening/
closing motor, go to "7.4.2 Replacing Elevating Transport
Nip Opening/Closing Motor (Page 7-14)".
• When replacing the elevating transport nip opening/
closing HP sensor, go to "7.4.3 Replacing Elevating
Transport Nip Opening/Closing HP Sensor (Page 7-16)".

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4. Install the lower right side cover with reference to


Installation Procedure " Installing Lower Right Side Cover (Page 3-20)" in
"3.3.5 Removing/Installing Lower Right Side
1. Install the elevating transport unit. Cover".
- Four screws (M4 × 6)
Position the elevating transport unit by inserting the pin ① on
the right side of the elevating transport unit into the notch ②
in the main unit and the slot ③ on the left side of the
elevating transport unit into the notch ④ in the main unit.
Then, fix the elevating transport unit while pressing it down.

4
3

2
1
5. Install the lower right cover with reference to
" Installing Lower Right Cover (Page 3-9)" in "3.3.2
Removing/Installing Lower Right Cover".

2. Connect the connector (JJ78).

7.4 Elevating Transport Unit


6. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.

7. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage


space.

3. Close the external guide unit assembly. Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,
improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

8. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of installing the


elevating transport unit.

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7.4.2 Replacing Elevating Transport Nip 2. Remove the connector (JP81).


Opening/Closing Motor
Replace the motor opens or closes the elevating transport nip. When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.
• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows: 3. Remove the E ring with a precision screwdriver.
7 Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 15 minutes • Be careful not to apply excessive force when


removing the E ring. Doing so may result in the tip of
the precision screwdriver pricking the user's finger or
7.4 Elevating Transport Unit

Tools to have at hand cause the E ring to flick off.


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools: • The removed E ring will be reused. Exercise care not
to bend it during the removal process.
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)
4. Remove the gear.
- Two gears
3 Elevating transport nip 4 Precision flat blade
opening/closing motor screwdriver
(for replacement)

1. Remove the elevating transport unit with reference


to " Removal Procedure (Page 7-11)" in "7.4.1
Removing/Installing Elevating Transport Unit".

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5. Remove the elevating transport nip opening/closing


motor.
- Two screws (M3 × 4)

6. Install a new elevating transport nip opening/


closing motor.

7. Install the gear removed in Step 4.


- Two gears
7
When attaching gears, attention should be paid to the
gear orientation.
After assembly, move the peripheral gears by hand and

7.4 Elevating Transport Unit


confirm that the assembled gear moves in conjunction.

8. Install the E ring removed in Step 3.

9. Connect the connector (JP81) removed in Step 2.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

10. Install the elevating transport unit with reference to


" Installation Procedure (Page 7-13)" in "7.4.1
Removing/Installing Elevating Transport Unit".

11. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
12. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

13. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the


elevating transport nip opening/closing motor.

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7.4.3 Replacing Elevating Transport Nip 2. Remove the connector (JP79).


Opening/Closing HP Sensor
Replace the photo sensor that detects the elevating transport nip When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
opening/closing the home position. pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
3. Remove the connector wire from the slot on the
stop band and bracket.
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
7 required to replace parts are as follows:
4. Remove the E ring with a precision screwdriver.
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 10 minutes
• Be careful not to apply excessive force when
7.4 Elevating Transport Unit

removing the E ring. Doing so may result in the tip of


Tools to have at hand the precision screwdriver pricking the user's finger or
The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools: cause the E ring to flick off.
• The removed E ring will be reused. Exercise care not
No. Tools No. Tools
to bend it during the removal process.
1 Various types of 2 Trays
screwdrivers (for screws and parts)
5. Remove the gear.
3 Photo sensor 4 Precision flat blade - Two gears
(for replacement) screwdriver
6. Remove the elevating transport nip opening/closing
motor together with the bracket.
1. Remove the elevating transport unit with reference
to " Installation Procedure (Page 7-13)" in "7.4.1 - Two screws (M3 × 6)
Removing/Installing Elevating Transport Unit".

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7. Remove the bracket. 12. Install the gear removed in Step 5.


- One screw (M3 × 6) - Two gears
The bracket shaped like a hook is inserted into the main body.
While sliding the bracket slightly, pull it out.
When attaching gears, attention should be paid to the
gear orientation.
After assembly, move the peripheral gears by hand and
confirm that the assembled gear moves in conjunction.

13. Install the E ring removed in Step 4.


14. Connect the connector (JP79) removed in Step 2.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

8. Push the tab on the back of the sensor inward and 15. Put the wire removed in Step 3 back into the slot on
remove the photo sensor. the bracket.

16. Install the elevating transport nip opening/closing


motor removed in Step 6. 7
- Two screws (M3 × 6)

7.4 Elevating Transport Unit


9. Install a new photo sensor.

10. Install the bracket removed in Step 7.


- One screw (M3 × 6)
Hook the bracket on the notch of the main unit, and fix it with 17. Install the elevating transport unit with reference to
two embosses. " Installation Procedure (Page 7-13)" in "7.4.1
Removing/Installing Elevating Transport Unit".

18. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
19. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough


handling of the tray shutter may cause the tray to
deform, making it impossible to insert.

20. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the


11. Install the bracket removed in Step 6. elevating transport nip opening/closing HP sensor.
- Two screws (M3 × 6)

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Chapter
Chapter 8
8 Replacing Parts of Lispl-873M
This chapter describes how to replace parts in the Lispl-873M (option)
when they have failed, and how to adjust parts after replacing them.

8.1 Light Shield Unit........................................................................8-2


8.1.1 Placing Parts..............................................................8-2
8.2 Pickup Unit................................................................................8-3 8
8.2.1 Placing Parts..............................................................8-3
8.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit Assembly..............8-4

Replacing Parts of Lispl-873M


8.2.3 Replacing Pickup Transport Motor ...........................8-7
8.2.4 Replacing Pickup HP Motor....................................8-10
8.2.5 Replacing Pickup HP Sensor .................................8-12
8.2.6 Replacing Suction Cup Drive Motor .......................8-14
8.2.7 Replacing Pickup Sensor for Mammography........8-16
8.2.8 Replacing Suction Pump.........................................8-18
8.2.9 Replacing Solenoid Valve .......................................8-20
8.3 Tray Unit..................................................................................8-22
8.3.1 Placing Parts............................................................8-22
8.3.2 Removing/Installing Rear Supply Unit....................8-23
8.3.3 Replacing Supply Elevating Motor .........................8-26
8.3.4 Replacing Elevating Plate HP Sensor....................8-27
8.3.5 Replacing Tray Lock Solenoid................................8-29
8.3.6 Replacing Tray Detection Sensor...........................8-31
8.3.7 Replacing SUPPLY DRV Board .............................8-33
8.4 Elevating Transport Unit.........................................................8-35
8.4.1 Removing/Installing Elevating Transport Unit........8-36
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8.1 Light Shield Unit


8.1.1 Placing Parts
The Lispl-873M light shield unit includes the following parts.

8 No. Name Functions and Reference Sections

1 Barrier bag detection sensor This photo sensor detects the presence or absence of the barrier bag.
Use the same replacement procedure as that for replacing the ports of Trays 1 and 2.
For more information, refer to "4.1.3 Replacing Barrier Bag Detection Sensor (Page 4-6)".
8.1 Light Shield Unit

2 Film height detection sensor This photo sensor detects the height of film loaded in the sensor supply tray.
Use the same replacement procedure as that for replacing the ports of Trays 1 and 2.
For more information, refer to "4.1.4 Replacing Film Height Detection Sensor (Page 4-8)".

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8.2 Pickup Unit


8.2.1 Placing Parts
The Lispl-873 pickup unit includes the following parts.

1 7 4 6 5

No. Name Functions and Reference Sections 8


1 Pickup transport motor This motor drives the pickup roller.
For more information, refer to "8.2.3 Replacing Pickup Transport Motor (Page 8-7)".

8.2 Pickup Unit


2 Pickup HP motor This drive motor saves the pickup roller.
For more information, refer to "8.2.4 Replacing Pickup HP Motor (Page 8-10)".

3 Pickup HP sensor This photo sensor detects the position where the pickup roller is saved.
For more information, refer to "8.2.5 Replacing Pickup HP Sensor (Page 8-12)".

4 Suction cup drive motor This DC motor drives the suction cup unit to suck film.
For more information, refer to "8.2.6 Replacing Suction Cup Drive Motor (Page 8-14)".

5 Pickup sensor for This photo sensor detects the home position of the suction cup unit.
mammography For more information, refer to "8.2.7 Replacing Pickup Sensor for Mammography (Page 8-16)".

6 Suction pump This air pump absorbs film.


For more information, refer to "8.2.8 Replacing Suction Pump (Page 8-18)".

7 Solenoid valve This solenoid valve controls air from the suction pump.
For more information, refer to "8.2.9 Replacing Solenoid Valve (Page 8-20)".

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8.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit 2. Remove the lower front cover.


Assembly - Two screws (M3 × 6)

This section describes the procedure for removing or installing the


pick up unit assembly.

• Be sure to turn off power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter, 3. Remove the connector (JJ48).
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Work outline
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours
8
1 5 minutes

Tools to have at hand


8.2 Pickup Unit

The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:


No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

Removing Pickup Unit Assembly

1. Remove the Lispl-873M supply tray with reference 4. Remove the light shield unit assembly.
to " Removal Procedure (Page 3-2)" in "3.1 - Two screws (M3 × 8)
Removing/Installing Supply Tray".
Be careful not to cause the sensor to come into contact
with parts inside the main unit.

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5. Remove the supply tray of Tray 2 with reference to • When replacing the pickup HP sensor, go to "8.2.5
" Removal Procedure (Page 3-2)" in "3.1 Removing/ Replacing Pickup HP Sensor (Page 8-12)".
Installing Supply Tray". • When replacing the suction cup drive motor, go to "8.2.6
Replacing Suction Cup Drive Motor (Page 8-14)".
• When replacing the pickup sensor for mammography, go
to "8.2.7 Replacing Pickup Sensor for Mammography
(Page 8-16)".
• When replacing the suction pump, go to "8.2.8 Replacing
Suction Pump (Page 8-18)".
• When replacing the solenoid valve, go to "8.2.9 Replacing
Solenoid Valve (Page 8-20)".

Installing Pickup Unit Assembly

1. Install the pickup unit assembly.

6. Remove the steel plate.


- Two hexagonal socket head screws (M3 × 6)

8.2 Pickup Unit


Pull out the unit along the guide, being careful not to
bring it into contact with the inside and consequently
damaging it. If it is installed incorrectly, the light shield
7. Remove the pickup unit assembly. unit assembly may not be installed correctly.

Be careful not to cause the sensor to come into contact


with parts inside the main unit.

The above is the final stage of the process of removing the pickup
unit assembly.
• When replacing the pickup transport motor, go to "8.2.3
Replacing Pickup Transport Motor (Page 8-7)".
• When replacing the pickup HP motor, go to "8.2.4
Replacing Pickup HP Motor (Page 8-10)".

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2. Install the steel plate. 5. Install the lower front cover.


- Two hexagonal socket head screws (M3 × 6) - Two screws (M3 × 6)

3. Install the light shield unit assembly. 6. Install Tray 2 and Lispl-873M tray.
- Two screws (M3 × 8)
Fix so that the positioning hole in the light shield unit aligns 7. Put Tray 2 and Lispl-873M supply tray back into the
with the emboss in the main unit. main unit.

Be careful not to cause the sensor to come into contact


with parts inside the main unit.

8
8.2 Pickup Unit

8. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage


space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


4. Connect the connector (JJ48). improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors. Storage space

Tray shutter

Lower front cover

9. Close the lower front cover.


The above is the final stage of the process of installing the pickup
unit assembly.

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8.2.3 Replacing Pickup Transport Motor 2. Remove the E ring with a precision screwdriver.

Replace the motor that drives the pickup roller.


• Be careful not to apply excessive force when
removing the E ring. Doing so may result in the tip of
• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power the precision screwdriver pricking the user's finger or
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or cause the E ring to flick off.
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts. • The removed E ring will be reused. Exercise care not
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray to bend it during the removal process.
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
3. Remove the gear.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray - One gear
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 15 minutes

8
Tools to have at hand
4. Disconnect the wire from the wire saddles.
The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
- Wire saddles in six locations

8.2 Pickup Unit


No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Pickup Transport Motor 4 Precision flat blade


(for replacement) screwdriver

1. Remove the pickup unit assembly with reference to


" Removing Pickup Unit Assembly (Page 8-4)" in
"8.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit Assembly".

5. Remove the bracket.


- Four screws (M3 × 6)

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6. Remove the connector (JP53). 10. Remove the bracket.


- One screw (M3 × 6)
When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

11. Install the bracket removed in Step 5.


- Two screws (M3 × 6)

If the gear or collar has been removed together with the


7. Remove the pickup transport motor. bracket, install it as shown below. When attaching the
bracket, attention should be paid to the gear and collar
- Two screws (M3 × 6)
orientation.
After assembly, move the peripheral gears by hand and
8 confirm that the assembled gear moves in conjunction.
8.2 Pickup Unit

8. Install a new pickup transport motor.


- Two screws (M3 × 6)

9. Connect the connector (JP53) removed in Step 6.


12. Install the bracket removed in Step 10.
- One screw (M3 × 6)
When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted
correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
13. Secure the wire removed in Step 4 with the wire
saddles.
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.
- Wire saddles in six locations

14. Install the gears removed in Step 3.


- One gear

15. Install the E ring removed in Step 2.


16. Install the pickup unit assembly with reference to
" Installing Pickup Unit Assembly (Page 8-5)" in
"8.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit Assembly".

17. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.

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18. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

19. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the pickup
transport motor.

8.2 Pickup Unit

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8.2.4 Replacing Pickup HP Motor 2. Remove the bracket.


- Two screws (M3 × 6)
Replace the drive motor that saves the pickup roller.

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
3. Disconnect the wire from the wire saddles.
- Wire saddle in one location
Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours 4. Remove the relay connector (JP54).
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
1 15 minutes
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.
8
Tools to have at hand
The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
8.2 Pickup Unit

No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Pickup HP motor
(for replacement)

1. Remove the pickup unit assembly with reference to


" Removing Pickup Unit Assembly (Page 8-4)" in
"8.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit Assembly".

5. Remove the gear.


- One gear

6. Remove the pickup HP motor.


- Two flat head screws (M3 × 4)

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7. Install a new pickup HP motor.


- Two flat head screws (M3 × 4)

8. Install the gear removed in Step 5.


- One gear
Push in the gear so that the notch on the gear aligns with the
notch on the shaft.

9. Install the bracket removed in Step 2.


- Two screws (M3 × 6)
You can install it in the correct position by inserting the notch
on the bracket into the slot in the installation position.

8
10. Connect the relay connector (JP54) removed in
Step 4.

8.2 Pickup Unit


When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted
correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

11. Secure the wire removed in Step 3 with the wire


saddle.
- Wire saddle in one location

12. Install the pickup unit assembly with reference to


" Installing Pickup Unit Assembly (Page 8-5)" in
"8.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit Assembly".

13. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
14. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

15. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the pickup
HP motor.

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8.2.5 Replacing Pickup HP Sensor 2. Remove the cover.


- One screw (M3 × 6)
Replace the photo sensor that detects the position where the pickup
roller is saved.

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
3. Remove the connector (JP31).

When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;


Work outline
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 15 minutes
8

Tools to have at hand


8.2 Pickup Unit

The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:


No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Photo sensor
(for replacement)

1. Remove the pickup unit assembly with reference to


" Removing Pickup Unit Assembly (Page 8-4)" in
"8.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit Assembly".
4. Remove the bracket.
- One screw (M3 × 6)

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5. Push the tab on the back of the sensor inward and 9. Install the cover removed in Step 2.
remove the photo sensor. - One screw (M3 × 6)
You can install it in the correct position by inserting the notch
on the cover into the slot in the installation position.

6. Install a new photo sensor.

7. Install the bracket removed in Step 4. 10. Install the pickup unit assembly with reference to
- One screw (M3 × 6) " Installing Pickup Unit Assembly (Page 8-5)" in
Fix so that the positioning hole in the bracket aligns with the "8.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit Assembly".
emboss on the mating part.
11. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
12. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space. 8

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,

8.2 Pickup Unit


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

13. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the pickup
HP sensor.

8. Connect the connector (JP31) removed in Step 3.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

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8.2.6 Replacing Suction Cup Drive Motor 2. Remove the connector (JP37).

Replace the DC motor that drives the suction cup unit to suck film.
When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
• Be sure to turn off power and remove the power Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
3. Disconnect the wire of the connector (JP37) from
the wire saddles.
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure. - Wire saddles in two locations
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 15 minutes

8 4. Remove the suction cup drive motor together with


the bracket.
Tools to have at hand
- Three screws (M3 × 6)
The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
8.2 Pickup Unit

No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Photo sensor
(for replacement)

1. Remove the pickup unit assembly with reference to


" Removing Pickup Unit Assembly (Page 8-4)" in
"8.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit Assembly".

5. Remove the suction cup drive motor from the


bracket.
- Four screws (M3 × 6)

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6. Install the bracket to a new suction cup drive motor.


- Four screws (M3 × 6)

7. Install the suction cup drive motor.


- Three screws (M3 × 6)
Fix so that the positioning hole in the bracket aligns with the
emboss on the mating part.

8. Connect the connector (JP37) removed in Step 2.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed 8
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

8.2 Pickup Unit


9. Secure the wire of the connector (JP37) removed in
Step 3 with the wire saddles.
- Wire saddles in two locations

10. Install the pickup unit assembly with reference to


" Installing Pickup Unit Assembly (Page 8-5)" in
"8.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit Assembly".

11. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
12. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

13. Close the lower front cover.


The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the suction
cup drive motor .

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8.2.7 Replacing Pickup Sensor for 2. Remove the light shield.


Mammography - One screw (M3 × 6)

Replace the photo sensor that detects the home position of the
suction cup unit.

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter, 3. Remove the connector (JP76).
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Work outline
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours
8
1 15 minutes

Tools to have at hand


8.2 Pickup Unit

The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:


No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Photo sensor
(for replacement)

1. Remove the pickup unit assembly with reference to


4. Remove the pickup sensor for mammography
" Removing Pickup Unit Assembly (Page 8-4)" in
together with the bracket.
"8.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit Assembly".
- One screw (M3 × 6)

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5. Push the tab on the back of the sensor inward and 9. Install the light shield removed in Step 2.
remove the photo sensor. - One screw (M3 × 6)
Fix so that the positioning hole in the cover aligns with the
emboss on the mating part.

6. Install a new photo sensor.

7. Install the bracket removed in Step 4. 10. Install the pickup unit assembly with reference to
- One screw (M3 × 6) " Installing Pickup Unit Assembly (Page 8-5)" in
Fix so that the positioning hole in the bracket aligns with the "8.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit Assembly".
emboss on the mating part.
11. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
12. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space. 8

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,

8.2 Pickup Unit


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

13. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the pickup
sensor for mammography.

8. Connect the connector (JP76) removed in Step 3.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

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8.2.8 Replacing Suction Pump 2. Remove the connector (JP39).

Replace the air pump that absorbs film.


When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
3. Disconnect the wire of the connector (JP39) from
the wire saddle.
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure. - Wire saddle in one location
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 15 minutes

8 4. Disconnect the piping tube from the filter.


The piping tube is connected to the filter with the one-touch
Tools to have at hand
coupling.
The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
8.2 Pickup Unit

No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Suction pump
(for replacement)

1. Remove the pickup unit assembly with reference to


" Removing Pickup Unit Assembly (Page 8-4)" in
"8.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit Assembly".

5. Remove the suction pump.


- Two screws (M3 × 6)

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6. Install a new suction pump.


- Two screws (M3 × 6)

7. Connect the piping tube removed in Step 4.

Put in the piping tube correctly to the back.

8. Secure the wire of the connector (JP39) removed in


Step 3 with the wire saddle.
- Wire saddle in one location

9. Connect the connector (JP39) removed in Step 2.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

10. Install the pickup unit assembly with reference to


" Installing Pickup Unit Assembly (Page 8-5)" in
"8.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit Assembly".

11. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
8
12. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

8.2 Pickup Unit


Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,
improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

13. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the suction
pump.

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8.2.9 Replacing Solenoid Valve 2. Remove the connector (JP38).

Replace the solenoid valve that controls air from the suction pump.
When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
3. Disconnect the wire of the connector (JP38) from
the wire saddles.
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure. - Wire saddles in two locations
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 15 minutes

8 4. Disconnect the piping tube from the solenoid valve.

Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
8.2 Pickup Unit

No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Solenoid valve
(for replacement)

1. Remove the pickup unit assembly with reference to


" Removing Pickup Unit Assembly (Page 8-4)" in
"8.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit Assembly".

5. Remove the solenoid valve together with the


bracket.
- One screw (M3 × 6)

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6. Install a new solenoid valve together with the


bracket.
- One screw (M3 × 6)
Fix so that the positioning hole in the bracket aligns with the
emboss on the mating part.

7. Connect the piping tube removed in Step 4.

Put in the piping tube correctly to the back.

8. Secure the wire of the connector (JP38) removed in 8


Step 3 with the wire saddles.
- Wire saddles in two locations

8.2 Pickup Unit


9. Connect the connector (JP38) removed in Step 2.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

10. Install the pickup unit assembly with reference to


" Installing Pickup Unit Assembly (Page 8-5)" in
"8.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit Assembly".

11. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
12. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

13. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the solenoid
valve.

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8.3 Tray Unit


8.3.1 Placing Parts
The Lispl-873M tray unit includes the following parts.

2 4

No. Name Functions and Reference Sections


8.3 Tray Unit

1 Supply elevating motor This motor drives the elevating plate that moves up when transporting film.
For more information, refer to "8.3.3 Replacing Supply Elevating Motor (Page 8-26)".

2 Elevating plate HP sensor This photo sensor detects the position (home position) where the elevating plate is lowered.
For more information, refer to "8.3.4 Replacing Elevating Plate HP Sensor (Page 8-27)".

3 Tray lock solenoid This solenoid valve locks or unlocks the supply tray in DRYPRO 873.
For more information, refer to "8.3.5 Replacing Tray Lock Solenoid (Page 8-29)".

4 Tray detection sensor This photo sensor detects presence or absence of the supply tray.
For more information, refer to "8.3.6 Replacing Tray Detection Sensor (Page 8-31)".

5 Outlet light shield unit Guide unit assembly that shades the film inside the supply tray while the lower right cover is open.
assembly For more information, refer to "7.3.2 Replacing Outlet Light Shield Unit Assembly (Page 7-5)".

6 SUPPLY DRV board This board controls the Lispl-873M unit.


For more information, refer to "8.3.7 Replacing SUPPLY DRV Board (Page 8-33)".

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8.3.2 Removing/Installing Rear Supply Unit 2. Remove the pickup unit assembly with reference to
" Removing Pickup Unit Assembly (Page 8-4)" in
This section describes the procedure for removing or installing the "8.2.2 Removing/Installing Pickup Unit Assembly
rear supply unit. (Page 8-4)".

• Be sure to turn off power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
3. Remove the lower rear cover with reference to
Work outline " Removing Lower Rear Cover (Page 3-24)" in "3.3.7
Removing/Installing Lower Rear Cover".
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 5 minutes
8

Tools to have at hand

8.3 Tray Unit


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

Removal Procedure
4. Remove the lower right side cover with reference to
" Removing Lower Right Side Cover (Page 3-19)" in
1. Remove Tray 3 with reference to " Removal
"3.3.5 Removing/Installing Lower Right Side
Procedure (Page 3-2)" in "3.1 Removing/Installing
Supply Tray". Cover".

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5. Remove the rear supply unit.


Installation Procedure
1) Remove the connector (JJ78) and pull out the wire
though the opening on the left side.
1. Install the rear supply unit.
1) Install the rear supply unit on the main unit.
- Four screws (M4 × 6)
You can install it in the correct position by inserting the notch
on the rear supply unit into the slot in the main unit.

2) Remove the connector (JJ26).

2) Connect the connector (JJ26).

8
8.3 Tray Unit

3) Remove the rear supply unit from the main unit.


- Four screws (M4 × 8)

3) Pull the connector (JJ78) out though the opening on the


left side and connect it.

The above is the final stage of the process of removing the rear
supply unit.

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2. Install the lower rear cover with reference to 5. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
" Installing Lower Rear Cover (Page 3-25)" in "3.3.7 space.
Removing/Installing Lower Rear Cover".

Storage space

Tray shutter

Lower front cover

6. Close the lower front cover.


3. Install the tray on the rails.
Place the supply tray so that the pinhole in the rails aligns The above is the final stage of the process of installing the rear
with the pin position on the back of the supply tray. Push the supply unit.
supply tray until it clicks into position.

• Be careful not to push the supply tray excessively, as


it can distort the rails.
• If the tray is not in position, it can interfere with the 8
main unit, preventing the user from putting it into the
main unit.

8.3 Tray Unit


4. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.

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8.3.3 Replacing Supply Elevating Motor 2. Remove the connector (JP83).

Replace the motor that drives the elevating plate that moves up
when transporting film. When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.
• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts. 3. Remove the supply elevating motor.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray - Three screws (M3 × 6)
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours
4. Install a new supply elevating motor.
1 10 minutes - Three screws (M3 × 6)
8
Fix so that the emboss in the rear of the motor aligns with that
Tools to have at hand of the bracket.
8.3 Tray Unit

The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:


5. Connect the connector (JP83) removed in Step 2.
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


screwdrivers (for screws and parts) correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
3 Supply elevating motor connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

1. Remove the rear supply unit with reference to


" Removal Procedure (Page 8-23)" in "8.3.2 6. Install the rear supply unit with reference to
Removing/Installing Rear Supply Unit". " Installation Procedure (Page 8-24)" in "8.3.2
Removing/Installing Rear Supply Unit".

7. Install the lower rear cover with reference to


" Installing Lower Rear Cover (Page 3-25)" in "3.3.7
Removing/Installing Lower Rear Cover".
- Six screws (M4×8)

8. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.

9. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage


space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

10. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the supply
elevating motor.

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8.3.4 Replacing Elevating Plate HP Sensor 2. Remove the connector (JP83).

Replace the photo sensor that detects the position (home position)
where the elevating plate is lowered. When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.
• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts. 3. Remove the supply elevating motor.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray - Three screws (M3 × 6)
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it. Refer to "20.1.7 Pickup Malfunction
Problem (Page 20-7)" to check that it is not
damaged.

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours
4. Remove the connector (JP42).

1 10 minutes
8
When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Tools to have at hand Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

8.3 Tray Unit


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Photo sensor
(for replacement)

1. Remove the rear supply unit with reference to


" Removal Procedure (Page 8-23)" in "8.3.2
Removing/Installing Rear Supply Unit".

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5. Remove the bracket. 8. Install the bracket removed in Step 5.


- One screw (M3 × 6) - One screw (M3 × 6)
The bracket is hooked on the notch in the main unit, but can Insert the bracket into the notch of the main unit, and then
be unhooked by sliding slightly to the right and pulling it remove after shifting slightly to the left.
toward you.

9. Connect the connector (JP42) removed in Step 4.


6. Push the tab on the back of the sensor inward and
remove the photo sensor. 10. Install the supply elevating motor removed in Step
3.
- Three screws (M3 × 6)
When removing the photo sensor, check that the sensor
lever spring is in position.
8 11. Connect the connector (JP83) removed in Step 2.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
8.3 Tray Unit

connector will cause an error, and may also cause the


unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

12. Install the rear supply unit with reference to


" Installation Procedure (Page 8-24)" in "8.3.2
Removing/Installing Rear Supply Unit".

13. Install the lower rear cover with reference to


" Installing Lower Rear Cover" in "3.3.7 Removing/
Installing Lower Rear Cover".
- Six screws (M4×8)

7. Install a new photo sensor. 14. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
15. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

16. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the


elevating plate HP sensor.

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8.3.5 Replacing Tray Lock Solenoid 2. Remove the connector (JP83).

Replace the solenoid valve that locks or unlocks the supply tray.
When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
3. Remove the supply elevating motor.
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains - Three screws (M3 × 6)
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 15 minutes 4. Remove the connectors (JP44, JP82).


8
Tools to have at hand When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools: pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

8.3 Tray Unit


No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Tray lock solenoid 4


(for replacement)

1. Remove the rear supply unit with reference to


" Removal Procedure (Page 8-23)" in "8.3.2
Removing/Installing Rear Supply Unit".

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5. Remove the tray lock solenoid unit assembly. 10. Install the tray lock solenoid unit assembly
- Three screws (M3 × 6) removed in Step 5.
The bracket is hooked on the notch in the main unit, but can - Three screws (M3 × 6)
be unhooked by lifting it slightly and pulling it toward you. After inserting the bracket notch into the notch groove of the
main unit ( ① in the figure below), align the position of the
other notches and attach.

6. Remove the E ring with a precision screwdriver, and


pull out the parallel pin.
11. Connect the connectors (JP44, JP82) removed in
Step 4.
• Be careful not to apply excessive force when
removing the E ring. Doing so may result in the tip of
the precision screwdriver pricking the user's finger or When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted
8 cause the E ring to flick off. correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
• The removed E ring will be reused. Exercise care not connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
to bend it during the removal process. unit to emit smoke or strange odors.
8.3 Tray Unit

12. Install the supply elevating motor removed in Step


3.
- Three screws (M3 × 6)

13. Connect the connector (JP83) removed in Step 2.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

14. Install the rear supply unit with reference to


" Installation Procedure (Page 8-24)" in "8.3.2
Removing/Installing Rear Supply Unit".

7. Remove the tray lock solenoid. 15. Install the lower rear cover with reference to
- Two screws (M3 × 6) " Installing Lower Rear Cover (Page 3-25)" in "3.3.7
Removing/Installing Lower Rear Cover".
8. Install a new tray lock solenoid.
- Two screws (M3 × 6) 16. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
9. Insert the parallel pin removed in Step 6, and install 17. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
the E ring. space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

18. Close the lower front cover.


The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the tray lock
solenoid.

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8.3.6 Replacing Tray Detection Sensor 2. Remove the connector (JP83).

Replace the photo sensor that detects the presence or absence of the
supply tray. When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.
• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts. 3. Remove the supply elevating motor.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray - Three screws (M3 × 6)
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours
4. Remove the connectors (JP44, JP82).
1 15 minutes
8
When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
Tools to have at hand pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

8.3 Tray Unit


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Photo sensor
(for replacement)

1. Remove the rear supply unit with reference to


" Removal Procedure (Page 8-23)" in "8.3.2
Removing/Installing Rear Supply Unit".

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5. Remove the tray lock solenoid unit assembly. 9. Connect the connectors (JP44, JP82) removed in
- Three screws (M3 × 6) Step 4.
The bracket is hooked on the notch in the main unit, but can
be unhooked by lifting it slightly and pulling it toward you. When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted
correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

10. Install the supply elevating motor removed in Step


3.
- Three screws (M3 × 6)

11. Connect the connector (JP83) removed in Step 2.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.
6. Push the tab on the back of the sensor inward and
remove the photo sensor.
12. Install the rear supply unit with reference to
" Installation Procedure (Page 8-24)" in "8.3.2
Removing/Installing Rear Supply Unit".

8 13. Install the lower rear cover with reference to


" Installing Lower Rear Cover (Page 3-25)" in "3.3.7
Removing/Installing Lower Rear Cover".

14. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
8.3 Tray Unit

15. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
7. Install a new photo sensor. and may prevent it from being properly installed.

8. Install the tray lock solenoid unit assembly


removed in Step 5. 16. Close the lower front cover.
- Three screws (M3 × 6)
After inserting the bracket notch into the notch groove of the The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the tray
main unit ( ① in the figure below), align the position of the detection sensor.
other notches and attach.

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8.3.7 Replacing SUPPLY DRV Board 2. Remove the board cover.


- Four screws (M3 × 6)
Replace the board that controls the Lispl-873M unit.

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
3. Wear the wrist grounding strap.
Ground yourself by using a wrist grounding strap and fix the
Work outline other clip onto a metal part of the main unit that has a good
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours connection with the ground.
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours Wear a wrist grounding strap when accessing the
1 10 minutes
system board to avoid damaging the system board with
electrostatic discharge.
8
Tools to have at hand
The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:

8.3 Tray Unit


No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Elevating transport motor 4 Precision flat blade


(for replacement) screwdriver

1. Remove the lower rear cover with reference to


" Removing Lower Rear Cover (Page 3-24)" in "3.3.7
Removing/Installing Lower Rear Cover".

4. Remove the connectors (UCN1, UCN2, UCN3).

When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;


pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

UCN1

UCN3
UCN2

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5. Remove the SUPPLY DRV board.


- Four screws (M3 × 6)

6. Install a new SUPPLY DRV board.


- Four screws (M3 × 6)

When installing the board, carefully perform work not to


bump the components on the back of the board against
the stud and damage them.

8 7. Connect the connectors (UCN1, UCN2, UCN3)


removed in Step 4.
8.3 Tray Unit

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

8. Remove the wrist grounding strap worn in Step 3.

9. Install the board cover removed in Step 2.


- Four screws (M3 × 6)

10. Install the lower rear cover with reference to


" Installing Lower Rear Cover (Page 3-25)" in "3.3.7
Removing/Installing Lower Rear Cover".

11. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
12. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

13. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the


SUPPLY DRV board.

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8.4 Elevating Transport Unit


The Lispl-873M elevating transport unit includes the following parts.

No. Name Functions and Reference Sections 8


1 Elevating transport unit This unit transports the film from Tray 3 to the high-order transport unit.
For more information, refer to "8.4.1 Removing/Installing Elevating Transport Unit (Page 8-36)".

8.4 Elevating Transport Unit

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8.4.1 Removing/Installing Elevating 2. Insert the tray shutter into the slot with the UP mark
Transport Unit of the supply tray on the front side on the upper
surface.
This section describes the procedure for removing or installing the Inserting the tray shutter as far as it will go will unlock the
elevating transport unit. supply tray and cause it to pop out several centimeters.

• Be sure to turn off power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
3. Remove the lower right cover with reference to
Work outline " Removing Lower Right Cover (Page 3-9)" in "3.3.2
Removing/Installing Lower Right Cover".
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours
8
1 10 minutes

Tools to have at hand


8.4 Elevating Transport Unit

The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:


No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Precision flat blade


screwdriver

4. Remove the lower right side cover with reference to


" Removing Lower Right Side Cover (Page 3-19)" in
Removal Procedure "3.3.5 Removing/Installing Lower Right Side
Cover".
1. Open the lower front cover and pull out the tray
shutter.

Storage space

Tray shutter

Lower front cover

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5. Open the external guide unit assembly.


Installation Procedure

1. Install the elevating transport unit.


- Four screws (M4 × 6)
Position the elevating transport unit by inserting the pin ① on
the right side of the elevating transport unit into the notch ②
in the main unit and the slot ③ on the left side of the
elevating transport unit into the notch ④ in the main unit.
Then, fix the elevating transport unit while pressing it down.

4
3

6. Remove the connector (JJ78).

2
1

2. Connect the connector (JJ78).


8

8.4 Elevating Transport Unit


7. Remove the elevating transport unit.
- Four screws (M4 × 6)

3. Close the external guide unit assembly.

The above is the final stage of the process of removing the


elevating transport unit.

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4. Install the lower right side cover with reference to


" Installing Lower Right Side Cover (Page 3-20)" in
"3.3.5 Removing/Installing Lower Right Side
Cover".

5. Install the lower right cover with reference to


" Installing Lower Right Cover (Page 3-9)" in "3.3.2
Removing/Installing Lower Right Cover".

8
8.4 Elevating Transport Unit

6. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.

7. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage


space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

8. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of installing the


elevating transport unit.

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Chapter 9
9 Replacing
Unit
Parts of Sub Scan

This chapter describes how to replace parts in the sub scan unit when
they have failed, and how to adjust parts after replacing them.

9.1 Placing Parts.............................................................................9-2


9.2 Removing/Installing Sub Scan Unit
(Including the Exposure and Position Regulation Units)........9-4 9
9.3 Replacing the Sub Scan Unit
(Including the Position Regulation Unit)..................................9-9
9.4 Replacing Upper Right Cover Detection Sensor.................. 9-11

Replacing Parts of Sub Scan Unit


9.5 Replacing Position Regulation Inlet Sensor..........................9-13
9.6 Replacing Position Regulation Transport Motor Unit
Assembly ................................................................................9-16
9.7 Replacing Moderation Belt.....................................................9-18
9.8 Replacing Transfer Belt..........................................................9-20
9.9 Replacing Sub Scan Transport Motor...................................9-22
9.10 Replacing Sub Scan Nip Motor .............................................9-25
9.11 Replacing Sub Scan Inlet Sensor..........................................9-28
9.12 Replacing Sub Scan Nip HP Sensor.....................................9-31
9.13 Replacing V-sync Sensor.......................................................9-33
9.14 Replacing Reference Guide ..................................................9-36
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9.1 Placing Parts

Sub Scan Unit


The sub scan unit contains the following parts.

7 6 4

10
5

1 9

3 2

9
No. Name Functions and Reference Sections

1 Upper right cover detection This photo sensor detects the opening/closing of the upper right cover.
9.1 Placing Parts

sensor For more information, refer to "9.4 Replacing Upper Right Cover Detection Sensor (Page 9-11)".

2 Position regulation inlet This photo sensor detects film transportation at the inlet of the position regulation unit.
sensor For more information, refer to "9.5 Replacing Position Regulation Inlet Sensor (Page 9-13)".

3 Position regulation transport This drive motor is used to transport film in the position regulation unit.
motor For more information, refer to "9.6 Replacing Position Regulation Transport Motor Unit Assembly (Page
9-16)".

4 Moderation belt This moderation belt transfers drive of the transport motor to the inlet roller.
For more information, refer to "9.7 Replacing Moderation Belt (Page 9-18)".

5 Transfer belt This transfer belt transfers drive of the inlet roller to the outlet roller.
For more information, refer to "9.8 Replacing Transfer Belt (Page 9-20)".

6 Sub scan transport motor This drive motor is used to transport film in the sub scan unit.
For more information, refer to "9.9 Replacing Sub Scan Transport Motor (Page 9-22)".

7 Sub scan nip motor This motor drives the nip in the sub scan unit.
For more information, refer to "9.10 Replacing Sub Scan Nip Motor (Page 9-25)".

8 Sub scan inlet sensor This photo sensor detects film transportation at the inlet of the sub scan unit.
For more information, refer to "9.11 Replacing Sub Scan Inlet Sensor (Page 9-28)".

9 Sub scan nip HP sensor This photo sensor detects the home position of the nip in the sub scan unit.
For more information, refer to "9.12 Replacing Sub Scan Nip HP Sensor (Page 9-31)".

10 V-sync sensor This photo sensor detects film transportation in the sub scan unit.
For more information, refer to "9.13 Replacing V-sync Sensor (Page 9-33)".

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Position Regulation Unit


The position regulation unit contains the following parts.

No. Name Functions and Reference Sections


9
1 Reference guide This guide regulates the position of film being transported and aligns the image position.
For more information, refer to "9.14 Replacing Reference Guide (Page 9-36)".

9.1 Placing Parts

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9.2 Removing/Installing Sub Scan 2. Insert the tray shutter into the slot with the UP mark
of the supply tray on the front side on the upper
Unit (Including the Exposure and surface.
Position Regulation Units) Inserting the tray shutter as far as it will go will unlock the
This section describes the procedure for removing or installing the supply tray and cause it to pop out several centimeters.
sub scan unit (including the exposure and position regulation
units).

• Be sure to turn off power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup 3. Remove the upper right side cover with reference to
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)". " Removing Upper Right Side Cover (Page 3-11)" in
"3.3.3 Removing/Installing Upper Right Side Cover".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours
9
1 10 minutes
9.2 Removing/Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the Exposure and Position Regulation

Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

4. Rotate the lever B in the direction of the arrow and


open the external guide unit assembly.
Removal Procedure

1. Open the lower front cover and pull out the tray
shutter.

Storage space

Tray shutter

Lower front cover

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5. Remove the stop bands from the external guide unit 7. Remove the fixing screws from the sub scan unit.
assembly, and open the external guide unit - Four screws (M4 × 6)
assembly.

8. Remove the connectors (JJ15) and (JJ18).


6. Remove the reference guide.
- Four screws (M3 × 6)
When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

Turn the wire disconnected from the connector toward the


main unit to keep out of the way of the sub scan when it is
pulled out. 9

9.2 Removing/Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the Exposure and Position Regulation
If the surface of the guide is scratched, it could scratch
film during transportation of film. When removing or
installing the guide, be careful not to scratch the surface
of the reference guide.

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9. Disconnect the wire from the locking wire saddle 11. Pull out the sub scan unit toward you until it gets
and remove the connectors (CCN6) and (JJ25). stuck, and slightly lift it up to remove it.
- Locking wire saddle in one location

• When pulling out the sub scan unit, be careful not to


When removing the connector, do not pull the cord; get it hung up on a wire.
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead. • The sub scan unit weighs approximately 16 kg.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it. Carefully perform work when unloading the sub scan
unit from the main unit or transporting it to work site.
• Placing the removed sub scan unit onto a desk or
other such surface is extremely unstable. It should
Turn the wire disconnected from the connector toward the be noted that applying pressure excessively could
main unit to keep out of the way of the sub scan when it is overturn the unit.
pulled out.

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The above is the final stage of the process of removing the sub scan
10. Remove the ground wire. unit.
9.2 Removing/Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the Exposure and Position Regulation

- One screw (M4 × 6) × 2 • When replacing the upper right cover detection sensor,
go to "9.4 Replacing Upper Right Cover Detection Sensor
(Page 9-11)".
• When replacing the position regulation transport motor
unit assembly, go to "9.6 Replacing Position Regulation
Transport Motor Unit Assembly (Page 9-16)".
• When replacing the position regulation inlet sensor, go to
"9.5 Replacing Position Regulation Inlet Sensor (Page 9-
13)".
• When replacing the moderation belt, go to "9.7 Replacing
Moderation Belt (Page 9-18)".
• When replacing the transfer belt, go to "9.8 Replacing
Transfer Belt (Page 9-20)".
• When replacing the sub scan transport motor, go to "9.9
Replacing Sub Scan Transport Motor (Page 9-22)".
• When replacing the sub scan nip motor, go to "9.10
Replacing Sub Scan Nip Motor (Page 9-25)".
• When replacing the sub scan inlet sensor, go to "9.11
Replacing Sub Scan Inlet Sensor (Page 9-28)".
• When replacing the sub scan nip HP sensor, go to "9.12
Replacing Sub Scan Nip HP Sensor (Page 9-31)".
• When replacing the V-sync sensor, go to "9.13 Replacing
V-sync Sensor (Page 9-33)".

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4. Pass the wire through the locking wire saddle and


Installation Procedure connect the connectors (CCN6) and (JJ25).
- Locking wire saddle in one location
1. Install the sub scan unit.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


• Be careful not to get it hung on a wire. correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
• The sub scan unit weighs approximately 16 kg. connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
When putting the sub scan back to the main unit, unit to emit smoke or strange odors.
work should be performed carefully.

5. Connect the connectors (JJ15) and (JJ18).


2. Install the fixing screws of the sub scan unit.
- Four screws (M4 × 6)
When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted 9
correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

9.2 Removing/Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the Exposure and Position Regulation
3. Install the ground wire.
- One screw (M4 × 8) × 2

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6. Install the reference guide. 9. Install the upper right side cover with reference to
- Four screws (M3 × 6) " Installing Upper Right Cover (Page 3-13)" in "3.3.3
Removing/Installing Upper Right Side Cover".

Take care not to allow the guide to contact with the


position regulation sensor.

10. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
11. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

7. Hook the stop bands onto the external guide unit


assembly, and install the guide unit assembly. Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,
improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

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9.2 Removing/Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the Exposure and Position Regulation

Storage space

Tray shutter

8. Close the external guide unit assembly.


Lower front cover
Check that the covers are closed securely.
If any cover is half-shut, the cover open error may 12. Close the lower portion of the front cover.
occur.
The above is the final stage of the process of installing the sub scan
unit.

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9.3 Replacing the Sub Scan Unit


(Including the Position Regulation
Unit)
This section describes the procedure for replacing the sub scan unit
(including the position regulation unit).

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray 2. Remove the exposure unit with reference to Step 2
becoming bent and may prevent it from being to Step 3 in "10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit (Page
properly installed. 10-3)".
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup The exposure unit includes optical parts. Be extremely
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)". careful not to give a heavy impact.

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 15 minutes 9

Tools to have at hand

9.3 Replacing the Sub Scan Unit (Including the Position Regulation Unit)
The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Sub scan unit


(for replacement)
3. Remove the connector (JP10).

1. Remove the sub scan unit with reference to


When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
" Removal Procedure (Page 9-4)" in "9.2 Removing/
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the Exposure
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.
and Position Regulation Units)".

• When pulling out the sub scan unit, be careful not to


get it hung up on a wire.
• The sub scan unit weighs approximately 16 kg.
Carefully perform work when unloading the sub scan
unit from the main unit or transporting it to work site.
• Placing the removed sub scan unit onto a desk or
other such surface is extremely unstable. It should
be noted that applying pressure excessively could
overturn the unit.

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4. Remove the exposure unit mounting frame unit


Work after Replacing the sub scan unit
assembly.
(Including the Position Regulation Unit)
- Four screws (M4 × 6)
After replacing the sub scan unit (including the position regulation
unit), perform the following work.
• "17.2.3 Adjusting Sub Scan OFFSET (Vertical) Writing
Position (Page 17-20)"
• "17.3.3 Sub Scan OFFSET Adjustment (Page 17-25)"

5. Install the removed exposure unit mounting frame


unit assembly to the new sub scan unit.
- Four screws (M4 × 6)

6. Connect the connector (JP10) removed in Step 3.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
9 unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

7. Install the exposure unit with reference to Step 5 to


9.3 Replacing the Sub Scan Unit (Including the Position Regulation Unit)

Step 8 in "10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit (Page 10-


3)".

8. Install the sub scan unit with reference to


" Installation Procedure (Page 9-7)" in "9.2
Removing/Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the
Exposure and Position Regulation Units)".

9. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.

10. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

11. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the sub scan
unit (including the position regulation unit).

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9.4 Replacing Upper Right Cover 2. Remove the connector (JP10).

Detection Sensor
Replace the photo sensor that detects the opening or closing of the When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
upper right cover. pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours 3. Rotate the lever B in the direction of the arrow and
required to replace parts are as follows: open the external guide unit assembly.

Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 10 minutes

9
Tools to have at hand
The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:

9.4 Replacing Upper Right Cover Detection Sensor


No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Photo sensor
(for replacement)

1. Remove the upper right side cover with reference to 4. Remove the cover.
" Removing Upper Right Side Cover (Page 3-11)" in - Two screws (M3 × 6)
"3.3.3 Removing/Installing Upper Right Side Cover".

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5. Remove the bracket. 15. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
- One screw (M3 × 6) space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

16. Close the lower front cover.

This above is the final stage of process of replacing the upper right
cover detection sensor.

6. Push the tab on the back of the sensor inward and


remove the photo sensor.

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9.4 Replacing Upper Right Cover Detection Sensor

7. Install a new photo sensor.

8. Install the bracket removed in Step 5.


- One screw (M3 × 6)
Fix so that the positioning hole in the bracket aligns with the
emboss on the mating part.

9. Connect the connector (JP10) removed in Step 2.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

10. Install the cover removed in Step 4.


- Two screws (M3 × 6)

11. Close the external guide unit assembly that has


been opened in Step 3.

12. Close the front cover.


13. Install the upper right side cover with reference to
" Installing Upper Right Cover (Page 3-13)" in "3.3.3
Removing/Installing Upper Right Side Cover".

14. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.

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9.5 Replacing Position Regulation 1. Remove the sub scan unit with reference to
" Removal Procedure (Page 9-4)" in "9.2 Removing/
Inlet Sensor Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the Exposure
Replace the photo sensor that detects film transportation at the inlet and Position Regulation Units)".
of the position regulation unit.

• When pulling out the sub scan unit, be careful not to


• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power get it hung up on a wire.
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or • The sub scan unit weighs approximately 16 kg.
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts. Carefully perform work when unloading the sub scan
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray unit from the main unit or transporting it to work site.
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains • Placing the removed sub scan unit onto a desk or
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure. other such surface is extremely unstable. It should
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. be noted that applying pressure excessively could
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray overturn the unit.
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 15 minutes

9
Tools to have at hand
The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools: 2. Remove the exposure unit with reference to Step 2

9.5 Replacing Position Regulation Inlet Sensor


No. Tools No. Tools to Step 3 in "10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit (Page
10-3)".
1 Various types of 2 Trays
screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Photo sensor
The exposure unit includes optical parts. Be extremely
(for replacement) careful not to give a heavy impact.

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3. Remove the connector (JP10). 6. Remove the connector (JJ51).

When removing the connector, do not pull the cord; When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead. pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it. Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

4. Remove the exposure unit mounting frame unit 7. Remove the connector (JP33).
assembly.
- Four screws (M4 × 6)
When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.
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9.5 Replacing Position Regulation Inlet Sensor

5. Place the sub scan unit upside down and remove


the steel plate.
- Four screws (M3 × 6)

8. Remove the sensor lever bracket.


- One screw (M3 × 6)

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9. Push the tab on the back of the sensor inward and 17. Install the exposure unit with reference to Step 5 to
remove the photo sensor. Step 8 in "10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit (Page 10-
3)".

18. Install the sub scan unit with reference to


" Installation Procedure (Page 9-7)" in "9.2
Removing/Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the
Exposure and Position Regulation Units)".

19. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
20. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.
10. Install a new photo sensor.
11. Install the sensor lever bracket removed in Step 8. 21. Close the lower front cover.
- One screw (M3 × 6)
Fix so that the positioning hole in the bracket aligns with the The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the position
emboss on the mating part. regulation inlet sensor.

12. Connect the connector (JP33) removed in Step 7.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed 9
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

9.5 Replacing Position Regulation Inlet Sensor


13. Install the steel plate removed in Step 5.
- One screw (M3 × 6)

14. Connect the connector (JJ51) removed in Step 6.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

15. Install the exposure unit mounting frame unit


assembly removed in Step 4.
- Four screws (M4 × 6)

16. Connect the connector (JP10) removed in Step 3.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

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9.6 Replacing Position Regulation 1. Remove the sub scan unit with reference to
" Removal Procedure (Page 9-4)" in "9.2 Removing/
Transport Motor Unit Assembly Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the Exposure
Replace the drive motor used to transport film in the position and Position Regulation Units)".
regulation unit assembly.

• When pulling out the sub scan unit, be careful not to


• Be sure to turn off power and remove the power get it hung up on a wire.
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or • The sub scan unit weighs approximately 16 kg.
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts. Carefully perform work when unloading the sub scan
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray unit from the main unit or transporting it to work site.
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains • Placing the removed sub scan unit onto a desk or
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure. other such surface is extremely unstable. It should
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. be noted that applying pressure excessively could
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray overturn the unit.
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 15 minutes

9
Tools to have at hand
The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
2. Remove the exposure unit with reference to Step 2
9.6 Replacing Position Regulation Transport Motor Unit Assembly

No. Tools No. Tools to Step 3 in "10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit (Page
1 Various types of 2 Trays
10-3)".
screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Position regulation 4 Precision flat blade The exposure unit includes optical parts. Be extremely
transport motor unit screwdriver careful not to give a heavy impact.
assembly
(for replacement)

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3. Remove the connector (JP10). 5. Place the sub scan unit upside down and remove
the position regulation transport motor unit
assembly.
When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
- Four screws (M3 × 6)
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

The position regulation transport motor is not replaced as a


single component because it must be installed at a specific
4. Remove the exposure unit mounting frame unit angle (5.4°±3°) using the special jig.
assembly.
- Four screws (M4 × 6)
6. Install a new position regulation transport motor
unit assembly.
- Four screws (M3 × 6)
9
7. Install the exposure unit mounting frame unit
assembly removed in Step 4.

9.6 Replacing Position Regulation Transport Motor Unit Assembly


- Four screws (M4 × 6)

8. Connect the connector (JP10) removed in Step 3.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

9. Install the exposure unit with reference to Step 5 to


Step 8 in "10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit (Page 10-
3)".

10. Install the sub scan unit with reference to


" Installation Procedure (Page 9-7)" in "9.2
Removing/Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the
Exposure and Position Regulation Units)".

11. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
12. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

13. Close the lower front cover.


The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the position
regulation transport motor unit assembly.

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9.7 Replacing Moderation Belt 1. Remove the sub scan unit with reference to
" Removal Procedure (Page 9-4)" in "9.2 Removing/
Replace the moderation belt that transfers drive of the transport Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the Exposure
motor to the inlet roller. and Position Regulation Units)".

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power • When pulling out the sub scan unit, be careful not to
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or get it hung up on a wire.
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• The sub scan unit weighs approximately 16 kg.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray Carefully perform work when unloading the sub scan
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains unit from the main unit or transporting it to work site.
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Placing the removed sub scan unit onto a desk or
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. other such surface is extremely unstable. It should
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray be noted that applying pressure excessively could
becoming bent and may prevent it from being overturn the unit.
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 10 minutes

9 Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools
2. Remove the cover.
9.7 Replacing Moderation Belt

1 Various types of 2 Trays - Two screws (M3 × 6)


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Moderation belt 4 Gloves


(for replacement)

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3. Remove the flange. 10. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
- Three screws (M3 × 6)
11. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
4. Remove the moderation belt by loosening the belt space.
tension.
Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,
If you touch the belt with bare hands, it can cause dust improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and dirt to adhere to the belt, resulting in pitch and may prevent it from being properly installed.
irregularity and image inconsistencies. When removing
the belt, wear gloves.
12. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the


moderation belt.

5. Install a new moderation belt.


9
6. Adjust the moderation belt by rotating the pulley
several times manually so that the belt is placed in
the center of the pulley.

9.7 Replacing Moderation Belt


Since the pulley is crown shaped, rotating the pulley moves
the moderation belt to the center of the pulley.

7. Install the flange removed in Step 3.


- Three screws (M3 × 6)

8. Install the cover removed in Step 2.


- Two screws (M3 × 6)

9. Install the sub scan unit with reference to


" Installation Procedure (Page 9-7)" in "9.2
Removing/Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the
Exposure and Position Regulation Units)".

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9.8 Replacing Transfer Belt 1. Remove the sub scan unit with reference to
" Removal Procedure (Page 9-4)" in "9.2 Removing/
Replace the transfer belt that transfers drive of the inlet roller to the Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the Exposure
outlet roller. and Position Regulation Units)".

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power • When pulling out the sub scan unit, be careful not to
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or get it hung up on a wire.
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• The sub scan unit weighs approximately 16 kg.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray Carefully perform work when unloading the sub scan
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains unit from the main unit or transporting it to work site.
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Placing the removed sub scan unit onto a desk or
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. other such surface is extremely unstable. It should
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray be noted that applying pressure excessively could
becoming bent and may prevent it from being overturn the unit.
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 10 minutes

9 Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools
2. Remove the cover.
9.8 Replacing Transfer Belt

1 Various types of 2 Trays - Two screws (M3 × 6)


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Transfer belt 4 Gloves


(for replacement)

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3. Remove the transfer belt by loosening the belt 9. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
tension. space.

If you touch the belt with bare hands, it can cause dust Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,
and dirt to adhere to the belt, resulting in pitch improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
irregularity and image inconsistencies. When removing and may prevent it from being properly installed.
the belt, wear gloves.

10. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the transfer
belt.

4. Install a new transfer belt.

5. Adjust the transfer belt by manually rotating the


pulley several times so that the belt is placed in the
center of the pulley.
9

Since the pulley is crown shaped, rotating the pulley moves


the moderation belt to the center of the pulley.

9.8 Replacing Transfer Belt

6. Install the cover removed in Step 2.


- Two screws (M3 × 6)

7. Install the sub scan unit with reference to


" Installation Procedure (Page 9-7)" in "9.2
Removing/Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the
Exposure and Position Regulation Units)".

8. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.

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9.9 Replacing Sub Scan Transport 1. Remove the sub scan unit with reference to
" Removal Procedure (Page 9-4)" in "9.2 Removing/
Motor Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the Exposure
Replace the drive motor used to transport film in the sub scan unit. and Position Regulation Units)".

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power • When pulling out the sub scan unit, be careful not to
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or get it hung up on a wire.
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts. • The sub scan unit weighs approximately 16 kg.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray Carefully perform work when unloading the sub scan
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains unit from the main unit or transporting it to work site.
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure. • Placing the removed sub scan unit onto a desk or
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. other such surface is extremely unstable. It should
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray be noted that applying pressure excessively could
becoming bent and may prevent it from being overturn the unit.
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 10 minutes

9 Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools 2. Remove the exposure unit with reference to Step 2
9.9 Replacing Sub Scan Transport Motor

1 Various types of 2 Trays


to Step 3 in "10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit (Page
screwdrivers (for screws and parts) 10-3)".

3 Sub scan transport motor 4 Gloves


(for replacement) The exposure unit includes optical parts. Be extremely
careful not to give a heavy impact.

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3. Remove the connector (JP10). 6. Remove the flange.


- Three screws (M3 × 6)
When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
7. Remove the moderation belt by loosening the belt
tension.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

If you touch the belt with bare hands, it can cause dust
and dirt to adhere to the belt, resulting in pitch
irregularity and image inconsistencies. When removing
the belt, wear gloves.

4. Remove the exposure unit mounting frame unit


assembly.
- Four screws (M4 × 6)

8. Loosen the set screw and remove the pulley.


9
- Two set screws (M3 × 6)

9.9 Replacing Sub Scan Transport Motor


5. Remove the cover.
- Two screws (M3 × 6)

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9. Remove the connector (JP59). 19. Connect the connector (JP10) removed in Step 3.

When removing the connector, do not pull the cord; When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead. correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it. connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

10. Remove the sub scan transport motor.


- Two screws (M3 × 6) 20. Install the exposure unit with reference to Step 5 to
Step 8 in "10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit (Page 10-
3)".

21. Install the sub scan unit with reference to


" Installation Procedure (Page 9-7)" in "9.2
Removing/Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the
Exposure and Position Regulation Units)".

22. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
23. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
11. Install a new sub scan transport motor. and may prevent it from being properly installed.
- Two screws (M3 × 6)

12. Connect the connector (JP59) removed in Step 9. 24. Close the lower front cover.
9
The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the sub scan
When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted transport motor.
correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
9.9 Replacing Sub Scan Transport Motor

connector will cause an error, and may also cause the


unit to emit smoke or strange odors.
Work after Replacing the Sub Scan Transport Motor

13. Install the pulley removed in Step 8. After replacing the sub scan transport motor, perform the following
- One set screw (M3 × 6) work.
• "17.3.3 Sub Scan OFFSET Adjustment (Page 17-25)"
14. Install the moderation belt removed in Step 7.
15. Adjust the moderation belt by rotating the pulley
several times manually so that the belt is placed in
the center of the pulley.

Since the pulley is crown shaped, rotating the pulley moves


the moderation belt to the center of the pulley.

16. Install the flange removed in Step 6.


- Three screws (M3 × 6)

17. Install the cover removed in Step 5.


- Two screws (M3 × 6)

18. Install the exposure unit mounting frame unit


assembly removed in Step 4.
- Four screws (M4 × 6)

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9.10 Replacing Sub Scan Nip Motor 1. Remove the sub scan unit with reference to
" Removal Procedure (Page 9-4)" in "9.2 Removing/
Replace the motor that drives the nip in the sub scan unit. Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the Exposure
and Position Regulation Units)".
• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or • When pulling out the sub scan unit, be careful not to
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts. get it hung up on a wire.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray • The sub scan unit weighs approximately 16 kg.
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains Carefully perform work when unloading the sub scan
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure. unit from the main unit or transporting it to work site.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. • Placing the removed sub scan unit onto a desk or
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray other such surface is extremely unstable. It should
becoming bent and may prevent it from being be noted that applying pressure excessively could
properly installed. overturn the unit.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 15 minutes

Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools: 9
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays 2. Remove the exposure unit with reference to Step 2

9.10 Replacing Sub Scan Nip Motor


screwdrivers (for screws and parts) to Step 3 in "10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit (Page
10-3)".
3 Sub scan nip motor
(for replacement)
The exposure unit includes optical parts. Be extremely
careful not to give a heavy impact.

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3. Remove the connector (JP10). 6. Remove the connector (JJ51).

When removing the connector, do not pull the cord; When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead. pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it. Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

7. Remove the connectors (JP58) and (JP35).


4. Remove the exposure unit mounting frame unit
assembly.
- Four screws (M4 × 6) When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

9
9.10 Replacing Sub Scan Nip Motor

5. Place the sub scan unit upside down and remove


the position regulation transport motor unit
assembly.
- Four screws (M3 × 6) 8. Remove the bracket.
- Two screws (M3 × 6)

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9. Remove the set screw. 20. Connect the connector (JP10) removed in Step 3.
- One set screw (M3 × 6)
When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted
10. Remove the gear. correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
- One gear connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.
11. Remove the sub scan nip motor.
- Two screws (M3 × 4)
21. Install the exposure unit with reference to Step 5 to
Step 8 in "10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit (Page 10-
3)".

22. Install the sub scan unit with reference to


" Installation Procedure (Page 9-7)" in "9.2
Removing/Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the
Exposure and Position Regulation Units)".

23. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
24. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


12. Install a new sub scan nip motor. improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
- Two screws (M3 × 4) and may prevent it from being properly installed.

13. Install the gear removed in Step 10.


- One gear
25. Close the lower front cover.
9
14. Install the set screw removed in Step 9. The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the sub scan
- One set screw (M3 × 6) nip motor.

9.10 Replacing Sub Scan Nip Motor


15. Install the bracket removed in Step 8.
- Two screws (M3 × 6)

16. Connect the connectors (JP58) and (JP35) removed


in Step 7.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

17. Install the position regulation transport motor unit


assembly removed in Step 5.
- Four screws (M3 × 6)

18. Connect the connector (JJ51) removed in Step 6.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

19. Install the exposure unit mounting frame unit


assembly removed in Step 4.
- Four screws (M4 × 6)

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9.11 Replacing Sub Scan Inlet Sensor 1. Remove the sub scan unit with reference to
" Removal Procedure (Page 9-4)" in "9.2 Removing/
Replace the photo sensor that detects film transportation at the inlet Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the Exposure
of the sub scan unit. and Position Regulation Units)".

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power • When pulling out the sub scan unit, be careful not to
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or get it hung up on a wire.
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• The sub scan unit weighs approximately 16 kg.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray Carefully perform work when unloading the sub scan
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains unit from the main unit or transporting it to work site.
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Placing the removed sub scan unit onto a desk or
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. other such surface is extremely unstable. It should
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray be noted that applying pressure excessively could
becoming bent and may prevent it from being overturn the unit.
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 10 minutes

9 Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools
2. Remove the exposure unit with reference to Step 2
9.11 Replacing Sub Scan Inlet Sensor

1 Various types of 2 Trays to Step 3 in "10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit (Page


screwdrivers (for screws and parts) 10-3)".
3 Photo sensor
(for replacement) The exposure unit includes optical parts. Be extremely
careful not to give a great shock.

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3. Remove the connector (JP10). 6. Remove the connector (JJ51).

When removing the connector, do not pull the cord; When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead. pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it. Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

7. Remove the connector (JP36).


4. Remove the exposure unit mounting frame unit
assembly.
- Four screws (M4 × 6) When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

9.11 Replacing Sub Scan Inlet Sensor


5. Place the sub scan unit upside down and remove
the position regulation transport motor unit
assembly.
- Four screws (M3 × 6) 8. Remove the sensor lever.
- One screw (M3 × 6)

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9. Push the tab on the back of the sensor inward and 16. Connect the connector (JP10) removed in Step 3.
remove the photo sensor.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

17. Install the exposure unit with reference to Step 5 to


Step 8 in "10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit (Page 10-
3)".

18. Install the sub scan unit with reference to


" Installation Procedure (Page 9-7)" in "9.2
Removing/Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the
Exposure and Position Regulation Units)".

10. Install a new photo sensor. 19. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
11. Install the sensor lever removed in Step 8. 20. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
- One screw (M3 × 6) space.
Fix so that the positioning hole in the bracket aligns with the
emboss on the mating part. Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,
improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

21. Close the lower front cover.


9
The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the sub scan
inlet sensor.
9.11 Replacing Sub Scan Inlet Sensor

12. Connect the connector (JP36) removed in Step 7.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

13. Install the position regulation transport motor unit


assembly removed in Step 5.
- Four screws (M3 × 6)

14. Connect the connector (JJ51) removed in Step 6.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

15. Install the exposure unit mounting frame unit


assembly removed in Step 4.
- Four screws (M4 × 6)

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9.12 Replacing Sub Scan Nip HP 1. Remove the sub scan unit with reference to
" Removal Procedure (Page 9-4)" in "9.2 Removing/
Sensor Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the Exposure
Replace the photo sensor that detects the home position of the nip and Position Regulation Units)".
in the sub scan unit.

• When pulling out the sub scan unit, be careful not to


• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power get it hung up on a wire.
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or • The sub scan unit weighs approximately 16 kg.
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts. Carefully perform work when unloading the sub scan
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray unit from the main unit or transporting it to work site.
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains • Placing the removed sub scan unit onto a desk or
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure. other such surface is extremely unstable. It should
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. be noted that applying pressure excessively could
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray overturn the unit.
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 10 minutes

9
Tools to have at hand
The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools: 2. Remove the exposure unit with reference to Step 2

9.12 Replacing Sub Scan Nip HP Sensor


No. Tools No. Tools to Step 3 in "10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit (Page
10-3)".
1 Various types of 2 Trays
screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Photo sensor
The exposure unit includes optical parts. Be extremely
(for replacement) careful not to give a heavy impact.

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3. Place the sub scan unit upside down and remove 7. Install the bracket removed in Step 4.
the connectors (JP58) and (JP35). - Two screws (M3 × 6)
Fix so that the positioning hole in the bracket aligns with the
When removing the connector, do not pull the cord; emboss on the mating part.
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it. 8. Connect the connectors (JP58) and (JP35) removed
in Step 3.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

9. Install the exposure unit with reference to Step 5 to


Step 8 in "10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit (Page 10-
3)".

10. Install the sub scan unit with reference to


" Installation Procedure (Page 9-7)" in "9.2
Removing/Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the
Exposure and Position Regulation Units)".
4. Remove the bracket.
11. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
- Two screws (M3 × 6)
12. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

9
Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,
improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.
9.12 Replacing Sub Scan Nip HP Sensor

13. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the sub scan
nip HP sensor.

5. Push the tab on the back of the sensor inward and


remove the photo sensor.

6. Install a new photo sensor.

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9.13 Replacing V-sync Sensor 1. Remove the sub scan unit with reference to
" Removal Procedure (Page 9-4)" in "9.2 Removing/
Replace the photo sensor that detects film transportation in the sub Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the Exposure
scan unit. and Position Regulation Units)".

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power • When pulling out the sub scan unit, be careful not to
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or get it hung up on a wire.
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• The sub scan unit weighs approximately 16 kg.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray Carefully perform work when unloading the sub scan
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains unit from the main unit or transporting it to work site.
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Placing the removed sub scan unit onto a desk or
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. other such surface is extremely unstable. It should
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray be noted that applying pressure excessively could
becoming bent and may prevent it from being overturn the unit.
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 10 minutes

Tools to have at hand 9


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools
2. Remove the exposure unit with reference to Step 2

9.13 Replacing V-sync Sensor


1 Various types of 2 Trays to Step 3 in "10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit (Page
screwdrivers (for screws and parts) 10-3)".
3 Photo sensor
(for replacement) The exposure unit includes optical parts. Be extremely
careful not to give a heavy impact.

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3. Remove the connector (JP10). 6. Remove the connector (JJ51).

When removing the connector, do not pull the cord; When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead. pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it. Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

7. Remove the connector (JP34).


4. Remove the exposure unit mounting frame unit
assembly.
- Four screws (M4 × 6) When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

9
9.13 Replacing V-sync Sensor

5. Place the sub scan unit upside down and remove


the position regulation transport motor unit
assembly.
- Four screws (M3 × 6) 8. Remove the sensor lever.
- One screw (M3 × 6)

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9. Push the tab on the back of the sensor inward and 18. Install the sub scan unit with reference to
remove the photo sensor. " Installation Procedure (Page 9-7)" in "9.2
Removing/Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the
Exposure and Position Regulation Units)".

19. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
20. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

21. Close the lower front cover.


10. Install a new photo sensor. The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the V-sync
sensor.
11. Install the sensor lever removed in Step 8.
- One screw (M3 × 6)
Fix so that the positioning hole in the bracket aligns with the
emboss on the mating part. Work after Replacing the V-sync Sensor
After replacing the V-sync sensor, perform the following work.
12. Connect the connector (JP34) removed in Step 7.
• "17.2.3 Adjusting Sub Scan OFFSET (Vertical) Writing
Position (Page 17-20)"
When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted
correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed 9
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

9.13 Replacing V-sync Sensor


13. Connect the connector (JJ51) removed in Step 6.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

14. Install the position regulation transport motor unit


assembly removed in Step 5.
- Four screws (M3 × 6)

15. Install the exposure unit mounting frame unit


assembly removed in Step 4.
- Four screws (M4 × 6)

16. Connect the connector (JP10) removed in Step 3.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

17. Install the exposure unit with reference to Step 5 to


Step 8 in "10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit (Page 10-
3)".

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9.14 Replacing Reference Guide 2. Rotate the lever B in the direction of the arrow and
open the external guide unit assembly.
Replace the reference guide that regulates the position of film
being transported and aligns the image position.

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
3. Remove the stop bands from the external guide unit
assembly, and open the external guide unit
assembly.
Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 10 minutes

9 Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools
9.14 Replacing Reference Guide

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Reference guide
(for replacement) 4. Remove the reference guide.
- Four screws (M3 × 6)

1. Remove the upper right side cover with reference to


" Removing Upper Right Side Cover (Page 3-11)" in
"3.3.3 Removing/Installing Upper Right Side Cover".

5. Install a new reference guide.


- Four screws (M3 × 6)

When installing the reference guide, be careful not to


allow it to come into contact with the position regulation
sensor.

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6. Hook the stop bands onto the external guide unit


assembly, and install the guide unit assembly.

7. Close the external guide unit assembly.

9.14 Replacing Reference Guide


8. Install the upper right side cover with reference to
" Installing Upper Right Cover (Page 3-13)" in "3.3.3
Removing/Installing Upper Right Side Cover".

9. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.

10. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

11. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the


reference guide.

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Chapter 10 Replacing Exposure Unit
Chapter 10

This chapter describes how to replace the exposure unit.

10.1 Placing Exposure Unit............................................................10-2


10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit .......................................................10-3
10.2.1 Setting Exposure Parameters.................................10-5

10

Replacing Exposure Unit


Chapter 10 Replacing Exposure Unit

10.1 Placing Exposure Unit

No. Name Functions and Reference Sections

1 Exposure unit This is an optical exposure unit.


For more information, refer to "10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit (Page 10-3)".

10
10.1 Placing Exposure Unit

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10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit 1. Remove the sub scan unit with reference to
" Removal Procedure (Page 9-4)" in "9.2 Removing/
Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the Exposure
• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power and Position Regulation Units)".
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When pulling out the sub scan unit, be careful not to
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray get it hung up on a wire.
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
• The sub scan unit weighs approximately 16 kg.
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
Carefully perform work when unloading the sub scan
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. unit from the main unit or transporting it to work site.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
• Placing the removed sub scan unit onto a desk or
other such surface is extremely unstable. It should
properly installed.
be noted that applying pressure excessively could
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter, overturn the unit.
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 10 minutes

Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays 10


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)
2. Remove the ground wire.
3 Exposure unit
- One screw (M4 × 8)
(for replacement)

10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit

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3. Remove the exposure unit. 6. Record the values written on the label that is
- Four screws (M4 ×12) attached to the exposure unit.

The exposure unit includes optical parts. Be extremely You will need to set the values written on the label that
careful not to give a heavy impact. is attached to the exposure unit after replacement, so
make a note of the values before installation.

1 2 3 4 5 6
2 1 2 3 2 1
-1 -2 0 1 2 0
1 2 -1 -2 0 1
6 5 4 3 2 1
1 2 3 2 1 4
0 2 1 0 -2 -1 28
-1 -2 1 2 0 -1
30

0 1 4 2 0 1 2 25

4. Remove the duct. 7. Install the exposure unit on the sub scan unit.
- Four screws (M3 × 6) - Four screws (M4 × 12)

8. Connect the ground wire disconnected in Step 2.


- One screw (M4 × 8) × 2

9. Install the sub scan unit with reference to


10 " Installation Procedure (Page 9-7)" in "9.2
Removing/Installing Sub Scan Unit (Including the
Exposure and Position Regulation Units)".

10. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit

11. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


5. Install the duct removed in Step 4 on the new
improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
exposure unit.
and may prevent it from being properly installed.
- Four screws (M3 × 6)

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the


exposure unit.
Next perform the steps in "10.2.1 Setting Exposure Parameters".

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10.2.1 Setting Exposure Parameters


Set the numerical values written on the label that is attached to the exposure unit in the [PRODUCT SETUP] and [OPTICAL UNIT CONFIG]
windows.

Example) Exposure Unit Label

1 2 3 4 5 6
2 1 2 3 2 1
1
-1 -2 0 1 2 0
1 2 -1 -2 0 1
6 5 4 3 2 1
1 2 3 2 1 4
2
0 2 1 0 -2 -1 28 5
-1 -2 1 2 0 -1
3 30 6

4 0 1 4 2 0 1 2 25 8

No. Item No. Item

1 78.6 μm mode for the [OPTICAL UNIT CONFIG] window 2 43.75 μm mode for the [OPTICAL UNIT CONFIG] window

3 Offset values for the [OPTICAL UNIT CONFIG] window 4 Frequency modulation data for the [PRODUCT SETUP]
window

5 78.6 μm mode for the [OPTICAL UNIT CONFIG] window 6 43.75 μm mode for the [OPTICAL UNIT CONFIG] window

7 Magnification correction for the [PRODUCT SETUP] window 8 Polygon incline angle in 78.6 μm mode for the [OPTICAL
10
UNIT CONFIG] window

10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit


1. Refer to "18.1 DRYPRO 873 Utility Tool Start (Page 18-2)" and display the [Drypro 873 Utility Tool] window.

2. Click the [PRODUCT SETUP] button under [SERVICE INFO].

The [PRODUCT SETUP] window appears.

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3. Set the [MAGNIFICATION ADJUST] and [FREQUENCY MODULATION 1 - 6] parameters.

4. Click the [SAVE] button.

In this example, exposure parameters are set to the values in " Example) Exposure Unit Label (Page 10-5)".
In the actual work, input the values on the label attached to the exposure unit.

1 2 3 4 5 6
2 1 2 3 2 1
-1 -2 0 1 2 0
1 2 -1 -2 0 1
6 5 4 3 2 1
1 2 3 2 1 4
0 2 1 0 -2 -1 28
-1 -2 1 2 0 -1
30

0 1 4 2 0 1 2 25

10 1
10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit

You will return to the [Drypro 873 Utility Tool] window.

5. Click the [CORRECTION] button under [SERVICE INFO].

The [UNEVENESS CORRECTION] window appears.

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6. Click the [EXECUTE] button under [OPTICAL UNIT CONFIG].

The [OPTICAL UNIT CONFIG] window appears.

10

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7. Click the [78.6μm] tab and set the parameters.

8. Click the [SAVE] button.

In this example, exposure parameters are set to the values in " Example) Exposure Unit Label (Page 10-5)".
In the actual work, input the values on the label attached to the exposure unit.

1 2 3 4 5 6
2 1 2 3 2 1
-1 -2 0 1 2 0
1 2 -1 -2 0 1
6 5 4 3 2 1
1 2 3 2 1 4
0 2 1 0 -2 -1 28
-1 -2 1 2 0 -1
30

0 1 4 2 0 1 2 25

10
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9. Click the [43.75μm] tab and set the parameters.

10. Click the [SAVE] button.

In this example, exposure parameters are set to the values in " Example) Exposure Unit Label (Page 10-5)".
In the actual work, input the values on the label attached to the exposure unit.

1 2 3 4 5 6
2 1 2 3 2 1
-1 -2 0 1 2 0
1 2 -1 -2 0 1
6 5 4 3 2 1
1 2 3 2 1 4
0 2 1 0 -2 -1 28
-1 -2 1 2 0 -1
30

0 1 4 2 0 1 2 25

10

10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit


3

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11. Click the [OFFSET] tab and set the parameters.


12. Click the [SAVE] button.

In this example, exposure parameters are set to the values in " Example) Exposure Unit Label (Page 10-5)".
In the actual work, input the values on the label attached to the exposure unit.

1 2 3 4 5 6
2 1 2 3 2 1
-1 -2 0 1 2 0
1 2 -1 -2 0 1
6 5 4 3 2 1
1 2 3 2 1 4
0 2 1 0 -2 -1 28
-1 -2 1 2 0 -1
30

0 1 4 2 0 1 2 25

10
10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit

You will return to the [UNEVENESS CORRECTION] window.

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13. Click the [EXECUTE] button under [PARAMETER CHECK].

The [PARAMETER CHECK] window appears.

14. Confirm the parameters you have set.


When they are correct, click the [BACK] button.

10
1 2 3 4 5 6

2 1 2 3 2 1

10.2 Replacing Exposure Unit


-1 -2 0 1 2 0

1 2 -1 -2 0 1

6 5 4 3 2 1

1 2 3 2 1 4

0 2 1 0 -2 -1

-1 -2 1 2 0 -1

5 6 7 7 6

You will return to the [UNEVENESS CORRECTION] window.

15. Check the flat patterns (D=1.5) for both pixel sizes of 43.75 μm and 78.6 μm to check that the pitch unevenness and
the difference in density of the image in horizontal direction are corrected.
If they are not corrected, refer to "17.1 Image Unevenness Correction (Page 17-2)" and perform unevenness correction.

16. Check and adjust the image writing position.


For more information, refer to "17.2 Checking and Adjusting Image Data Writing Position (Page 17-16)".

17. Check the size and perform fine tuning.


For more information, refer to "17.3 Checking and Fine Tuning the Print Size (Page 17-22)".

The above is the final stage of the process of setting exposure parameters.

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Chapter 11 Replacing Parts in Heat
Chapter 11

Process Unit
This chapter describes how to replace parts in the heat process unit when
they have failed, and how to adjust parts after replacing them.

11.1 Heat Process Unit Side.......................................................... 11-2


11.1.1 Removing/Installing Heat Process Unit.................. 11-3
11.1.2 Replacing Heater..................................................... 11-7
11.1.3 Replacing Heat Process Temperature Sensor ...... 11-8
11.1.4 Replacing Supply Cooling Fan ............................... 11-9
11.2 Main Unit Side ...................................................................... 11-11
11
11.2.1 Replacing Heat Process Motor.............................11-12
11.2.2 Replacing Heat Process Cooling Fans 1 and 2...11-14
11.2.3 Replacing Deodorant Filter Detection Sensor .....11-16

Replacing Parts in Heat Process Unit


11.2.4 Replacing Insulation Unit Fan...............................11-18
11.2.5 Replacing Deodorant Fan.....................................11-20
11.2.6 Replacing Internal Temperature Sensor ..............11-22
Chapter 11 Replacing Parts in Heat Process Unit

11.1 Heat Process Unit Side


The heat process side of the heat process unit includes the following parts.

1 3
2

No. Name Functions and Reference Sections

1 Heater The heater increases or decreases the temperature of the heat process unit
For more information, refer to "11.1.2 Replacing Heater (Page 11-7)".

2 Heat process temperature This temperature sensor monitors the temperature of the heater.
sensor For more information, refer to "11.1.3 Replacing Heat Process Temperature Sensor (Page 11-8)".

11 3 Supply cooling fan This fan unit cools the supply unit.
For more information, refer to "11.1.4 Replacing Supply Cooling Fan (Page 11-9)".
11.1 Heat Process Unit Side

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11.1.1 Removing/Installing Heat Process Unit 2. Insert the tray shutter into the slot with the UP mark
of the supply tray on the front side on the upper
This section describes the procedure for removing or installing the surface.
heat process unit. Inserting the tray shutter as far as it will go will unlock the
supply tray and cause it to pop out several centimeters.
• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• The heat process unit and the area around it will be
hot immediately after turning off DRYPRO 873. In
particular, the upper section of the rack will be very
hot and will likely cause burns if touched with bare
hands. Be sure to wear cotton work gloves when
holding the grips on the side panels.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
3. Remove the left side cover with reference to
" Removing Left Side Cover (Page 3-26)" in "3.3.8
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter, Removing/Installing Left Side Cover".
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 10 minutes
11
Tools to have at hand
The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:

11.1 Heat Process Unit Side


No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays 4. Remove the relay connectors (JJ60, JJ73, JJ74,
screwdrivers (for screws and parts) JJ75, JJ76, and JJ77.)
3 Cotton work gloves
When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Removal Procedure Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

1. Open the lower front cover and pull out the tray
shutter.

Storage space JJ76


JJ60 JJ74

Tray shutter
JJ77 JJ73
JJ75

Lower front cover

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5. Disconnect the wire from the wire saddles. 8. Pull out the heat process unit toward you until it
- Wire saddles in four locations gets stuck, and lift it up slightly to remove it.
- Two screws (M3 × 6)
- One screw (M4 × 15)

• Exercise extreme care since the upper part of the


rack is hot.
• The heat process unit weighs approximately 15 kg.
Exercise particular care when unloading the heat
process unit from the main unit or when transporting
it to a work site.

6. Remove the relay connectors (JP3, JP4, JP5, JP6,


and JP12).

When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;


pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

Since screw ① in the following drawing has been secured so


it will not drop.

JP12 JP6
11
JP4
JP3
1
11.1 Heat Process Unit Side

JP5

7. Disconnect the wire from the wire saddles.


- Wire saddles in two locations

The above is the final stage of the process of removing the heat
process unit assembly.
• When replacing the heater, go to "11.1.2 Replacing
Heater (Page 11-7)".
• When replacing the heat process temperature sensor, go
to "11.1.3 Replacing Heat Process Temperature Sensor
(Page 11-8)".
• When replacing the supply cooling fan, go to "11.1.4
Replacing Supply Cooling Fan (Page 11-9)".

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3. Fix the wire with the wire saddles.


Installation Procedure - Wire saddles in two locations

1. Install the heat process unit on the main unit.


- Two screws (M3 × 6)
- One screw (M4 × 15)

• The heat process unit weighs approximately 15 kg.


Exercise particular care when unloading the heat
process unit from the main unit or when transporting
it to a work site.
• When installing the heat process unit, be careful not
to pinch the cables of the main unit.

4. Connect the relay connectors (JJ60, JJ73, JJ74,


JJ75, JJ76, and JJ77).

When connecting the connectors, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

2. Connect the relay connectors (JP3, JP4, JP5, JP6,


and JP12). JJ76
JJ60 JJ74 11
When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted
correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed

11.1 Heat Process Unit Side


connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors. JJ77 JJ73
JJ75

5. Fix the wire with the wire saddles.


- Wire saddles in four locations

JP12 JP6
JP4
JP3
JP5

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6. Install the left side cover with reference to


" Installing Left Side Cover (Page 3-27)" in "3.3.8
Removing/Installing Left Side Cover".

7. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.

8. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage


space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

Storage space

Tray shutter

Lower front cover

9. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of installing the heat
11 process unit.
11.1 Heat Process Unit Side

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11.1.2 Replacing Heater 1. Remove the heat process unit with reference to
" Removal Procedure (Page 11-3)" in "11.1.1
The heater used for increasing or decreasing the temperature of the Removing/Installing Heat Process Unit".
heat process unit cannot be replaced on an individual basis. Heat
process units can only be replaced as complete sets.
• Exercise extreme care since the upper part of the
rack is hot.
• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power • The heat process unit weighs approximately 15 kg.
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or Exercise particular care when unloading the heat
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts. process unit from the main unit or when transporting
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray it to a work site.
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• The heat process unit and the area around it will be
hot immediately after turning off DRYPRO 873. In
particular, the upper section of the rack will be very
hot and will likely cause burns if touched with bare
hands. Be sure to wear cotton work gloves when
holding the grips on the side panels.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline 2. Install a new set of the heat process unit.


The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours 3. Install the heat process unit with reference to
required to replace parts are as follows: " Installation Procedure (Page 11-5)" in "11.1.1
Number of Personnel Work Hours Removing/Installing Heat Process Unit".
1 10 minutes
4. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
11

Tools to have at hand 5. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

11.1 Heat Process Unit Side


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,
screwdrivers (for screws and parts) improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.
3 A complete set of heat 4 Cotton work gloves
process unit
(for replacement) 6. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the heater.

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11.1.3 Replacing Heat Process Temperature 1. Remove the heat process unit with reference to
Sensor " Removal Procedure (Page 11-3)" in "11.1.1
Removing/Installing Heat Process Unit".
The temperature sensor that monitors the temperature of the heater
cannot be replaced singly. Heat process units can only be replaced
as complete sets. • Exercise extreme care since the upper part of the
rack is hot.
• The heat process unit weighs approximately 15 kg.
• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power Exercise particular care when unloading the heat
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or process unit from the main unit or when transporting
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts. it to a work site.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• The heat process unit and the area around it will be
hot immediately after turning off DRYPRO 873. In
particular, the upper section of the rack will be very
hot and will likely cause burns if touched with bare
hands. Be sure to wear cotton work gloves when
holding the grips on the side panels.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
2. Install a new heat process unit.
Work outline
3. Install the heat process unit with reference to
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours " Installation Procedure (Page 11-5)" in "11.1.1
required to replace parts are as follows: Removing/Installing Heat Process Unit".
Number of Personnel Work Hours
11 4. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
1 10 minutes
5. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
Tools to have at hand space.
11.1 Heat Process Unit Side

The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:


No. Tools No. Tools Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,
1 Various types of 2 Trays
improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
screwdrivers (for screws and parts) and may prevent it from being properly installed.

3 A complete set of heat 4 Cotton work gloves


process unit 6. Close the lower front cover.
(for replacement)
The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the heat
process temperature sensor.

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11.1.4 Replacing Supply Cooling Fan 2. Remove the supply cooling fan.
- Two screws (M3 × 30)
Replace the fan unit that cools the supply unit.

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
3. Remove the connector (JP66).

Work outline
When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
required to replace parts are as follows: Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 5 minutes

Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts) 11
3 Fan unit (for replacement)

11.1 Heat Process Unit Side


1. Remove the left side cover with reference to
" Removing Left Side Cover (Page 3-26)" in "3.3.8
Removing/Installing Left Side Cover".
4. Install a new supply cooling fan.
- Two screws (M3 × 30)

5. Connect the connector (JP66) removed in Step 3.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

6. Install the left side cover with reference to


" Installing Left Side Cover (Page 3-27)" in "3.3.8
Removing/Installing Left Side Cover".

7. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.

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8. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage


space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

9. Close the lower front cover.


The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the supply
cooling fan.

11
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11.2 Main Unit Side


The main unit side of the heat process unit includes the following parts.

4 5

1 3
2
6

No. Name Functions and Reference Sections

1 Heat process motor This motor drives the opposed roller.


For more information, refer to "11.2.1 Replacing Heat Process Motor (Page 11-12)".

2 Heat process cooling fans 1 This fan unit cools the heat process unit.
and 2 For more information, refer to "11.2.2 Replacing Heat Process Cooling Fans 1 and 2 (Page 11-14)". 11
3 Deodorant filter detection This photo sensor detects presence or absence of the deodorant filter.
sensor For more information, refer to "11.2.3 Replacing Deodorant Filter Detection Sensor (Page 11-16)".

11.2 Main Unit Side


4 Insulation unit fan This fan unit cools the insulation unit.
For more information, refer to "11.2.4 Replacing Insulation Unit Fan (Page 11-18)".

5 Deodorant fan This fan unit is used to remove the odor from the inside of the main unit.
For more information, refer to "11.2.5 Replacing Deodorant Fan (Page 11-20)".

6 Internal temperature sensor This temperature sensor monitors the temperature inside the supply tray.
For more information, refer to "11.2.6 Replacing Internal Temperature Sensor (Page 11-22)".

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11.2.1 Replacing Heat Process Motor 2. Remove the entire unit of the heat process motor.
- Four screws (M4 × 8)
Replace the motor that drives the opposed roller.
Remove the circuit board supports at two locations and take
off the entire unit of the heat process motor.
• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline 3. Remove the connector (JP46).


The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
Number of Personnel Work Hours pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
1 5 minutes
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


11 screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Heat process motor unit


(for replacement)
11.2 Main Unit Side

1. Remove the upper rear cover with reference to


" Removing Upper Rear Cover (Page 3-22)" in "3.3.6
Removing/Installing Upper Rear Cover".

4. Install the entire unit of a new heat process motor.


- Four screws (M4 × 8)

5. Connect the connector (JP46) removed in Step 3.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

6. Install the upper rear cover with reference to


" Installing Upper Rear Cover (Page 3-23)" in "3.3.6
Removing/Installing Upper Rear Cover".

7. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.

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8. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage


space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

9. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the heat
process motor.

11

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11.2.2 Replacing Heat Process Cooling Fans 2. Remove the connector of the cooling fan to be
1 and 2 replaced.
- Heat process cooling fan 1: connector (JP19)
Replace the fan unit that cools the heat process unit. - Heat process cooling fan 2: connector (JP20)

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts. Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 5 minutes 3. Remove the heat process cooling fan to be


replaced.
- Four tapping screws (M3 × 30)
Tools to have at hand
The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools
11 1 Various types of 2 Trays
screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Fan unit (for replacement)


11.2 Main Unit Side

1. Remove the upper rear cover with reference to


" Removing Upper Rear Cover (Page 3-22)" in "3.3.6
Removing/Installing Upper Rear Cover".

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4. Install a new heat process cooling fan.


- Four tapping screws (M3 × 30)
When installing the heat process cooling fan, use the screw
holes in orthogonal positions with respect to those used
before replacement.

Before After
replacement replacement

5. Connect the connector of the cooling fan removed


in Step 2.
- Heat process cooling fan1: connector (JP19)
- Heat process cooling fan2: connector (JP20)

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

6. Install the upper rear cover with reference to 11


" Installing Upper Rear Cover (Page 3-23)" in "3.3.6
Removing/Installing Upper Rear Cover".

7.

11.2 Main Unit Side


Put the supply tray back into the main unit.

8. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage


space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

9. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the heat
process cooling fans 1 and 2.

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11.2.3 Replacing Deodorant Filter Detection 1. Remove the heat process unit with reference to
Sensor " Removal Procedure (Page 11-3)" in "11.1.1
Removing/Installing Heat Process Unit".
Replace the photo sensor that detects the presence or absence of the
deodorant filter.
• Exercise extreme care since the upper part of the
rack is hot.
• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power • The heat process unit weighs approximately 15 kg.
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or Exercise particular care when unloading the heat
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts. process unit from the main unit or when transporting
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray it to a work site.
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• The heat process unit and the area around it will be
hot immediately after turning off DRYPRO 873. In
particular, the upper section of the rack will be very
hot and will likely cause burns if touched with bare
hands. Be sure to wear cotton work gloves when
holding the grips on the side panels.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
2. Remove the bracket.

The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours


required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours
11 1 15 minutes

Tools to have at hand


11.2 Main Unit Side

The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:


No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Photo sensor 4 Cotton work gloves


(for replacement)

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3. Remove the connector (JP8). 6. Install a new photo sensor.

7. Install the sensor lever removed in Step 4.


When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead. 8. Connect the connector (JP8) removed in Step 3.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

9. Install the bracket removed in Step 2.

10. Install the heat process unit with reference to


" Installation Procedure (Page 11-5)" in "11.1.1
Removing/Installing Heat Process Unit".

11. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
12. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.
4. Remove the sensor lever.
Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,
improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
When removing the sensor lever, be careful not to let and may prevent it from being properly installed.
the spring come off.

13. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the


deodorant filter detection sensor.
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11.2 Main Unit Side


5. Push the tab on the back of the sensor inward and
remove the photo sensor.

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11.2.4 Replacing Insulation Unit Fan 2. Remove the connector (JP22).

Replace the fan unit that cools the insulation unit.


When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours
3. Remove the insulation unit fan.
- Four tapping screws (M3 × 30)
1 5 minutes

Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


11 screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Fan unit (for replacement)


11.2 Main Unit Side

1. Remove the upper rear cover with reference to


" Removing Upper Rear Cover (Page 3-22)" in "3.3.6
Removing/Installing Upper Rear Cover".
4. Install a new insulation unit fan.
- Four tapping screws (M3 × 30)
When installing the insulation unit fan, use the screw holes in
orthogonal positions with respect to those used before
replacement.

Before After
replacement replacement

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5. Connect the connector (JP22) removed in Step 2.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

6. Install the upper rear cover with reference to


" Installing Upper Rear Cover (Page 3-23)" in "3.3.6
Removing/Installing Upper Rear Cover".

7. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.

8. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage


space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

9. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the


insulation unit fan.

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11.2.5 Replacing Deodorant Fan 2. Remove the connector (JP21).

Replace the fan unit that removes the odor from the inside of the
main unit. When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.
• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows: 3. Remove the deodorant fan.
Number of Personnel Work Hours
- Four tapping screws (M3 × 30)

1 5 minutes

Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

11 1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Fan unit (for replacement)


11.2 Main Unit Side

1. Remove the upper rear cover with reference to


" Removing Upper Rear Cover (Page 3-22)" in "3.3.6
Removing/Installing Upper Rear Cover".
4. Install a new deodorant fan.
- Four tapping screws (M3 × 30)
When installing the deodorant fan, use the screw holes in
orthogonal positions with respect to those used before
replacement.

Before After
replacement replacement

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5. Connect the connector (JP21) removed in Step 2.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

6. Install the upper rear cover with reference to


" Installing Upper Rear Cover (Page 3-23)" in "3.3.6
Removing/Installing Upper Rear Cover".

7. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.

8. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage


space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

9. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the


deodorant fan.

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11.2.6 Replacing Internal Temperature Sensor 1. Remove the heat process unit with reference to
" Removal Procedure (Page 11-3)" in "11.1.1
Replace the temperature sensor that monitors the temperature Removing/Installing Heat Process Unit".
inside the supply tray.

• Exercise extreme care since the upper part of the


• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power rack is hot.
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or • The heat process unit weighs approximately 15 kg.
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts. Exercise particular care when unloading the heat
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray process unit from the main unit or when transporting
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains it to a work site.
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• The heat process unit and the area around it will be
hot immediately after turning off DRYPRO 873. In
particular, the upper section of the rack will be very
hot and will likely cause burns if touched with bare
hands. Be sure to wear cotton work gloves when
holding the grips on the side panels.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
2. Remove the upper rear cover with reference to
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours " Removing Upper Rear Cover (Page 3-22)" in "3.3.6
required to replace parts are as follows: Removing/Installing Upper Rear Cover".
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 20 minutes
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Tools to have at hand
The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
11.2 Main Unit Side

No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Internal temperature 4 Nipper


sensor (for replacement)

5 Snap band 6 Cotton work gloves

3. Remove the lid from the box where the H-DRV


board is housed.
- Two screws (M3 × 6)

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4. Using a nipper, sever the snap band fixing the 7. Disconnect the connector (MCN22) connected to
internal temperature sensor. the MEC board.

Pick up broken pieces of the cut snap band from the When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
back of the main unit or they will fall into the supply side. pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

MCN22

5. Remove the MEC (mechanical control) box cover.


- Four screws (M3 × 6) 8. Remove the internal temperature sensor cover.
The following figure shows the wiring layout of the internal
temperature sensor.

9. Connect a new internal temperature sensor


connector (MCN22) to the MEC board, and pull the
wire into the main unit.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted 11


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

11.2 Main Unit Side


6. Remove the duct.
- Two screws (M3 × 6)

MCN22

To the
machine
interior

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10. Adjust the position of the internal temperature


sensor as shown in the figure below, and fix it in
place with a snap band.

Approx. 30 mm

Approx. 10 mm

11. Install the duct removed in Step 6.


- Two screws (M3 × 6)

12. Install the MEC box cover removed in Step 5.


- Four screws (M3 × 6)

13. Install the lid removed in Step 3 on the box where


the H-DRV board is housed.
- Four screws (M3 × 6)

14. Install the upper rear cover with reference to


" Installing Upper Rear Cover (Page 3-23)" in "3.3.6
Removing/Installing Upper Rear Cover".

11 15. Install the heat process unit and left side cover with
reference to " Installation Procedure (Page 11-5)" in
"11.1.1 Removing/Installing Heat Process Unit".
11.2 Main Unit Side

16. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
17. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

18. Close the lower front cover.

The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the internal
temperature sensor.

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Chapter 12

This chapter describes how to replace the ejection unit.

12.1 Placing Ejection Unit...............................................................12-2


12.1.1 Replacing Ejection Unit ...........................................12-3

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Chapter 12 Replacing Ejection Unit

12.1 Placing Ejection Unit

No. Name Functions and Reference Sections

1 Ejection unit This unit ejects film.


For more information, refer to "12.1.1 Replacing Ejection Unit (Page 12-3)".

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12.1.1 Replacing Ejection Unit 2. Insert the tray shutter into the slot with the UP mark
of the supply tray on the front side on the upper
Replace the ejection unit that ejects film. surface.
Inserting the tray shutter as far as it will go will unlock the
supply tray and cause it to pop out several centimeters.
• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power
cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours 3. Remove the upper rear cover with reference to
required to replace parts are as follows: " Removing Upper Rear Cover (Page 3-22)" in "3.3.6
Removing/Installing Upper Rear Cover".
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 10 minutes

Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

3 Ejection unit
(for replacement) 12

1. Open the lower front cover and pull out the tray

12.1 Placing Ejection Unit


shutter. 4. Remove the left side cover with reference to
" Removing Left Side Cover (Page 3-26)" in "3.3.8
Removing/Installing Left Side Cover".

Storage space

Tray shutter

Lower front cover

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5. Remove the upper right side cover with reference to 8. Remove the relay connector (JJ17).
" Removing Upper Right Side Cover (Page 3-11)" in
"3.3.3 Removing/Installing Upper Right Side Cover".
When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

6. Remove the relay connector (JJ27).

When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;


pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it. 9. Remove the wire of the connector (JP17) from the
wire saddle.
- Wire saddle in one location

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12.1 Placing Ejection Unit

7. Remove the ejection unit cover. 10. Remove the connector (JP47).
- Four screws (M4 × 6)

When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;


pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

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11. Remove the ejection unit. 20. Install the upper right side cover with reference to
- Four screws (M4 × 8) " Installing Upper Right Cover (Page 3-13)" in "3.3.3
Removing/Installing Upper Right Side Cover".

21. Put the supply tray back into the main unit.
22. Pull out the tray shutter and return it to its storage
space.

Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter. Rough,


improper handling may result in the tray becoming bent
and may prevent it from being properly installed.

23. Close the lower front cover.


24. Perform densitometer calibration with reference to
12. Install a new ejection unit. "18.20 DENSITOMETER (Page 18-38)".
- Four screws (M3 × 10)
The above is the final stage of the process of replacing the ejection
13. Connect the connector (JP47) removed in Step 10. unit.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

14. Secure the wire with the wire saddle removed in


Step 9.
- Wire saddle in one location

15. Connect the relay connector (JJ17) removed in Step


8.
12
When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted
correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed

12.1 Placing Ejection Unit


connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

16. Install the ejection unit cover removed in Step 7.


- Four screws (M4 × 6)

17. Connect the relay connector (JJ27) removed in Step


6.

When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted


correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.

18. Install the left side cover with reference to


" Installing Left Side Cover (Page 3-27)" in "3.3.8
Removing/Installing Left Side Cover".

19. Install the upper rear cover with reference to


" Installing Upper Rear Cover (Page 3-23)" in "3.3.6
Removing/Installing Upper Rear Cover".

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Chapter 13 Replacing Parts of LiS-873
Chapter 13

This chapter describes how to replace parts in LiS-873 when they have
failed.

13.1 Placing Parts...........................................................................13-2


13.2 Removing/Installing LiS-873..................................................13-3
13.3 Replacing Sorter Transport Motor .......................................13-11
13.4 Replacing Bin Switching Solenoid.......................................13-13
13.5 Replacing Jam Detection Sensor........................................13-16
13.6 Replacing Door Opening/Closing Detection Sensor..........13-18
13.7 Replacing SORTER DRV Board.........................................13-20

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Chapter 13 Replacing Parts of LiS-873

13.1 Placing Parts


LiS-873 contains the following parts.

4
1

No. Name Functions and Reference Sections

1 Sorter transport motor This motor transports film inside LiS-873.


For more information, refer to "13.3 Replacing Sorter Transport Motor (Page 13-11)".

2 Bin switching solenoid This solenoid assigns film to the specified bin.
For more information, refer to "13.4 Replacing Bin Switching Solenoid (Page 13-13)".

3 Jam detection sensor This photo sensor detects jamming of film inside LiS-873.
For more information, refer to "13.5 Replacing Jam Detection Sensor (Page 13-16)".

4 Door opening/closing This photo sensor detects the opening/closing state of the door of LiS-873.
detection sensor For more information, refer to "13.6 Replacing Door Opening/Closing Detection Sensor (Page 13-18)".

13 5 SORTER DRV board This board controls LiS-873.


For more information, refer to "13.7 Replacing SORTER DRV Board (Page 13-20)".
13.1 Placing Parts

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13.2 Removing/Installing LiS-873 2. Insert the tray shutter into the slot with the UP mark
of the supply tray on the front side on the upper
This section describes the procedure for removing or installing the surface.
LiS-873.
Inserting the tray shutter as far as it will go will unlock the
To replace LiS-873 parts, you do not need to remove LiS-873 from supply tray and cause it to pop out several centimeters.
the main unit. Follow the steps below to replace LiS-873.

• Be sure to turn off the power and remove the power


cable from the electrical outlet before removing or
installing the exterior cover or replacing parts.
• When replacing the parts, always install the tray
shutter on every tray. If a portion of the film remains
on the tray, the film will be subject to exposure.
• Exercise caution when handling the tray shutter.
Rough, improper handling may result in the tray
becoming bent and may prevent it from being
properly installed.
• If you feel resistance when inserting the tray shutter,
stop inserting it, and then refer to "20.1.7 Pickup
Malfunction Problem (Page 20-7)".
3. Remove the power plug.

Work outline
The number of personnel and the estimated number of work hours
required to replace parts are as follows:
Number of Personnel Work Hours

1 10 minutes

Tools to have at hand


The procedure for replacing parts requires the following tools:
No. Tools No. Tools

1 Various types of 2 Trays


screwdrivers (for screws and parts)

4. Remove the rear cover with reference to 13


" Removing Upper Rear Cover (Page 3-22)"in "3.3.6
Removal Procedure Removing/Installing Upper Rear Cover".

13.2 Removing/Installing LiS-873


1. Open the lower front cover and pull out the tray
shutter.

Storage space

Tray shutter

Lower front cover

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5. Remove the left side cover with reference to 8. Remove the upper exterior.
" Removing Left Side Cover (Page 3-26)" in "3.3.8 - Two screws (M4 × 6)
Removing/Installing Left Side Cover". The fittings at three locations at the back of the upper exterior
are latched at the back of LiS-873. Displace it slightly in the
direction of the arrow shown in the figure below, and then
remove it.

6. Remove the lower left exterior.


- Two screws (M4 × 6)

9. Remove the connector (JJ27).

When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;


pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

10. Disconnect the cable from the wire saddles.


- Wire saddles in two locations

7. Open the sorter cover.


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Do not press the open sorter cover down or place any
objects on it. Failure to observe this caution may cause
13.2 Removing/Installing LiS-873

damage to the sorter cover.

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11. Open the front cover. 14. Remove the sorter bins.
You can open the front cover by pulling both sides of the - Five sorter bins
upper portion of the front cover toward you.

Do not press the open front cover down or place any


objects on it. Failure to observe this caution may cause
damage to the front cover.

15. Remove the shaft block.

12. Remove the front exterior.


- Three screws (M4 × 6)

16. Remove the rear exterior.


- Three screws (M4 × 6)

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13.2 Removing/Installing LiS-873


13. Pull out the sorter shaft.
- One truss screw (M4 × 8)

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17. Remove the MEC (mechanical control) box cover. 20. Remove the connector (JJ27B).
- Four screws (M3 × 6)
When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;
pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

21. Disconnect the cable from the wire saddles.


- Wire saddle in one location

18. Remove the connector (MCN5).

When removing the connector, do not pull the cord;


pinch the tab on the connector with your fingers instead.
Pulling the cord too tightly may break it.

19. Disconnect the cable from the fittings of the wire 22. Remove LiS-873.
saddles and steel plate. - 4 screws (M4 × 6)
- Wire saddles in three locations

When removing LiS-873, firmly hold the areas indicated


with the dotted lines in the following figure. If it is held by
any other section, it may get off balance or the transport
unit may be damaged.

13
13.2 Removing/Installing LiS-873

CN5

The above is the final stage of the process of removing LiS-873.

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3. Connect the connector (MCN5).


Installation Procedure

1. Install LiS-873 on the ejection unit. When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted
Place LiS-873 temporarily on the ejection unit as shown in correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
the figure below, and move LiS-873 along the guide. connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.
Move it so as to align the positioning holes in LiS-873 with
the embosses on the main unit.
4. Secure the cable at the fittings of the wire saddles
and steel plate.
When installing LiS-873, hold it by the section indicated
with dotted lines in the following figure. If it is held by - Wire saddles in three locations
any other section, it may get off balance or the transport
unit may be damaged.

CN5

2. Install LiS-873.
5. Connect the connector (JJ27B).
- 4 screws (M4 × 6)
When connecting the connector, ensure it is inserted
correctly into the back. An incorrectly installed
connector will cause an error, and may also cause the
unit to emit smoke or strange odors.
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6. Secure the cable with the wire saddles.
- Wire saddle in one location

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7. Install the sorter bins. 10. Open the front cover.


- Five sorter bins You can open the front cover by pulling both side of the upper
Install each sorter bin so that its tab locks firmly into the part of the cover toward you.
notch in the main unit.
Do not press the open front cover down or place any
objects on it. Failure to observe this caution may cause
damage to the front cover.