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FUJI MEDICAL DRY LASER IMAGER

DRYPIX PRIMA
FM-DL 100
SERVICE MANUAL

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Document No. 020-201-03E


First Edition Sep. 20, 2008
Revised Edition Oct. 26, 2009

Printed in Japan
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1. HANDLING THIS SERVICE MANUAL 1.3 About Notation in the Manual

n Notation of Cautions, Warning, etc.


1.1 About This Service Manual The notation formats of "WARNING", "CAUTION", "INSTRUCTIONS", "NOTE",
"REMARKS" and "REFERENCE" are shown below.
n Scope
WARNING
This Service Manual applies to the Fuji Medical Dry Imager DRYPIX PRIMA FM-DL
100. Indicated where failure to observe the instruction given may result in death or
serious injuries.
n Notation of Unit Symbols
For notation of unit symbols, metric units set forth in the International Systems of Units
(SI) are used, as a rule. However, some metric units that are not allowed in the SI but CAUTION
are permitted under the Measurement Law are partially used. Indicated where failure to observe the instruction given may result in light or
moderate injuries, or serious malfunction (unrecoverable or difficult to recover)
1.2 Service Manual Appropriations of the equipment.

1. All rights are reserved by the FUJIFILM Corporation (FUJIFILM).


<INSTRUCTIONS>
2. Manual usage is restricted to FUJIFILM equipment related technical and service
personnel. Indicated where failure to observe the instruction given may result in damage to
3. This manual contains information relating to FUJIFILM equipment and is therefore the equipment, or other problems.
proprietary. Unauthorized disclosure is prohibited.
4. FUJIFILM's prior consent is required in regard to the following. <NOTE>
• Manual copying in whole or in part. Indicated where special attention is required during a work procedure.
• Disclosure of manual contents to unauthorized personnel.
• Manual uses for purposes other than technical service. <REMARKS>
5. The contents of this manual are subject to changes for product improvement. Indicated where description of the term used or supplementary explanation is given.

n Indication of Refer To
The " " mark is used to indicate the chapter or section you should refer to.
Its format is as indicated below.
{MC:1.1_Cover}

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1.4 Servicing Instruments and Tools That
Require Inspection/Calibration
The machine should be installed and serviced by use of servicing instruments and
tools that have been regularly inspected and calibrated as appropriate.
If the machine were serviced using servicing instruments and tools that have not
been inspected and calibrated, proper performance of the machine could not be
guaranteed.
Servicing instruments and tools that require inspection/calibration are as listed below.
The inspection/calibration should be planned and performed in accordance with the
specifications and instruction manuals of the applicable servicing instruments and
tools.

n Instruments and Tools That Require Inspection/Calibration


Name Inspection Calibration
Digital multimeter 
Densitometer 
Steel ruler (300 mm) 

1.5 Machine Names Described in This Manual


Of the machines (modalities) which can be connected to this equipment, CR-
IR 391CL/CR-IR 391V CL (PRIMA system), CR-VW 674/CR-IR 355V CL (V4.1 or
later), and CR-IR 346CL/CR-IR 348CL (V5.0 or later) may be indicated as “settings-
changeable models” (models in which this equipment settings can be changed) in this
manual.
This means that the names of machines described as “settings-changeable models”
mean CR-IR 391CL/CR-IR 391V CL (PRIMA system), CR-VW 674/CR-IR 355V CL
(V4.1 or later), or CR-IR 346CL/CR-IR 348CL (V5.0 or later).

1.6 Multi Modality Equipment


Installing Modality Connection Software in this equipment with main unit software
version V2.0 or later (hereafter called V2.0) enables various modalities to be
connected,
Such equipment are called “multi modality equipment” in this manual.
On the other hand, equipment not connected to the various modalities are called “non-
multi modality equipment”.

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GENERAL CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTION 0.3

SAFETY PRECAUTION

1. SAFETY PRECAUTION.................. SAFETY PRECAUTION-1


1.1 General Precautions.................................SAFETY PRECAUTION-1
1.2 Precautions Against Laser Radiation.......SAFETY PRECAUTION-3

2. LABELS......................................... SAFETY PRECAUTION-5


2.1 Laser Caution Labels...............................SAFETY PRECAUTION-5
2.2 Other Labels.............................................SAFETY PRECAUTION-7
2.3 Additional Protective Grounding
Earth Mark..............................................SAFETY PRECAUTION-10
2.4 Power Cable Caution Label....................SAFETY PRECAUTION-10

3. PROTECTIVE HOUSING
FOR LASER RADIATION
EXPOSURE PREVENTION........... SAFETY PRECAUTION-11

4. CONNECTABLE PERIPHERALS... SAFETY PRECAUTION-13

5. CLASSIFICATION........................ SAFETY PRECAUTION-13

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GENERAL CONTENTS SPECIFICATIONS 0.4

SPECIFICATIONS

1. SPECIFICATIONS................................ SPECIFICATIONS-1
1.1 Part Name.........................................................SPECIFICATIONS-1
1.2 List of Optional Parts.........................................SPECIFICATIONS-2
1.3 General Specifications......................................SPECIFICATIONS-3
1.4 Dimensions and Weight....................................SPECIFICATIONS-5
1.5 Environmental Requirements............................SPECIFICATIONS-6
1.6 Electrical Requirements....................................SPECIFICATIONS-7
1.7 Equipment Installation Space............................SPECIFICATIONS-8
1.7.1 Installation Space..........................................................SPECIFICATIONS-8
1.7.2 Space Required for Maintenance Work........................ SPECIFICATIONS-8
1.8 Disposing the Equipment..................................SPECIFICATIONS-8

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GENERAL CONTENTS DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT (MD) 0.5

DISCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT (MD)

1. OUTLINE OF EQUIPMENT................................... MD-1 3.2 Removal Unit...........................................................................MD-20


3.2.1 Suction Cup Arm Home Position......................................................... MD-20
1.1 Functions of Equipment.............................................................MD-1
3.2.2 Film Suction........................................................................................ MD-20
1.2 System Configuration.............................................................MD-1.1 3.2.3 Film Flapping Operations.................................................................... MD-21
1.3 Overall Configuration and Names of Parts................................MD-3 3.2.4 Film Release....................................................................................... MD-21
1.3.1 External View........................................................................................ MD-3 3.2.5 Removal Conveyance......................................................................... MD-22
1.3.2 Operation Panel.................................................................................... MD-4 3.2.6 Returning to Home Position................................................................ MD-22
1.3.3 Layout of Units...................................................................................... MD-5 3.3 Conveyor Unit..........................................................................MD-23
1.3.4 Layout of I/O Parts and Description of Functions................................. MD-6 3.3.1 Conveyance........................................................................................ MD-23
1.3.5 Layout of Boards................................................................................. MD-13 3.3.2 Striking against Stopper...................................................................... MD-23
3.3.3 Gripping by Conveyor Unit Exit Roller................................................ MD-24
2. STARTING UP AND ENDING 3.3.4 Film Edge Sensor................................................................................ MD-24
THE EQUIPMENT.............................................. MD-14 3.3.5 Pre-recording Conveyance................................................................. MD-25
2.1 Power ON Operations.............................................................MD-14 3.4 Sub-scanning Unit...................................................................MD-26
2.2 Error Processing......................................................................MD-15 3.4.1 Sub-scanning Conveyance................................................................. MD-26
2.3 Power OFF Operations...........................................................MD-16 3.4.2 Recording Conveyance....................................................................... MD-26
3.5 Scanning Optics Unit...............................................................MD-27
3. DESCRIPTION OF MECHANICAL 3.5.1 Scanner Unit....................................................................................... MD-27
OPERATIONS..................................................... MD-17 3.5.2 Laser Exposure................................................................................... MD-27
3.1 Film Loading Unit....................................................................MD-17 3.5.3 Density Measurement Section............................................................ MD-28
3.1.1 Film Sizes............................................................................................ MD-17 3.5.4 Temperature Correction...................................................................... MD-28
3.1.2 Film Tray Detection/Film Size Identification........................................ MD-17 3.6 Heat Development Unit...........................................................MD-29
3.1.3 Film Pack/Shutter Detection............................................................... MD-18 3.6.1 Heat Development.............................................................................. MD-29
3.1.4 Shutter Lock Mechanism.................................................................... MD-18 3.6.2 Temperature Control........................................................................... MD-29
3.1.5 Tray Detection/Tray Lock.................................................................... MD-19 3.7 Film Release Unit....................................................................MD-30
3.7.1 Film Discharge.................................................................................... MD-30
3.7.2 High Speed Discharge........................................................................ MD-30

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GENERAL CONTENTS DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT (MD) 0.6

4. DESCRIPTION OF ELECTRICAL CONTROL....... MD-31


4.1 System Block Diagram............................................................MD-31
4.2 Interlock Control......................................................................MD-32
4.3 Functions of Boards................................................................MD-34
4.3.1 CPU Board.......................................................................................... MD-34
4.3.2 PRN Board.......................................................................................... MD-35
4.3.3 SND Board.......................................................................................... MD-36
4.3.4 HTD Board.......................................................................................... MD-38
4.3.5 PSU27A (Power Supply Unit)............................................................. MD-38
4.3.6 PSU28B (Power Supply Unit)............................................................. MD-39

5. IMAGE PROCESSING........................................ MD-40


5.1 Image Input.............................................................................MD-40
5.1.1 Valid Services...................................................................................... MD-40
5.1.2 Service Availability.............................................................................. MD-40
5.1.3 Image Data Reception Availability....................................................... MD-40
5.1.4 DICOM Settings and Restrictions....................................................... MD-40
5.2 Image Spool Management Function.......................................MD-41
5.3 Image Processing (Multi Modality Equipment Only)................MD-43
5.3.1 Image Processing 1............................................................................ MD-43
5.3.2 Image Processing 2............................................................................ MD-44
5.3.3 Annotation........................................................................................... MD-45

6. PRINTING FORMATS......................................... MD-46


6.1 Reading the Format Name......................................................MD-46
6.2 Standard Formats....................................................................MD-46
6.3 Mixed Formats.........................................................................MD-47

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GENERAL CONTENTS TROUBLESHOOTING (MT) 0.7

TROUBLESHOOTING (MT)

1. TROUBLESHOOTING METHOD........................... MT-1

2. ERROR CODE................................................... MT-1.1


2.1 Checking Error Codes............................................................ MT-1.1
2.2 Format of Detailed Information.............................................. MT-1.2
2.2.1 FLH Related (Conveyance) Errors Detailed Information....................MT-1.2
2.2.2 DEN Related (Internal Densitometer) Errors Detailed Information.....MT-1.5
2.2.3 ESN Related (Film Edge Sensor Related) Errors Detailed
Information..........................................................................................MT-1.5
2.2.4 DEV Related (Temperature Control Related) Errors Detailed
Information..........................................................................................MT-1.6

3. ERROR CODE TABLE........................................ MT-1.8

4. ACQUIRING ART-PC LOGS................................ MT-62

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GENERAL CONTENTS REMOVAL AND ADJUSTMENT (MC) 0.8

REMOVAL AND ADJUSTMENT (MC)

PRECAUTIONS ON INSPECTIONS, REPLACEMENTS, 4. REMOVAL UNIT................................................. MC-22


AND ADJUSTMENTS................................................. MC-1 4.1 Removal Unit...........................................................................MC-22
CONTENTS................................................................ MC-2 4.2 Suction Cup Arm.....................................................................MC-24
4.3 Removal Drive Cam................................................................MC-25
1. COVERS............................................................... MC-4 4.4 Suction Cup.............................................................................MC-29
1.1 Covers which can be Removed Individually..............................MC-4 4.5 Bellows....................................................................................MC-30
1.1.1 Rear Cover............................................................................................ MC-4
4.6 Removal Unit Conveyance Motor (MB2).................................MC-32
1.1.2 Belt Cover............................................................................................. MC-4
4.7 Film Removing Motor (MB1)...................................................MC-33
1.2 Covers which Need to be Removed in Certain Order...............MC-5
1.2.1 Left Cover.............................................................................................. MC-5 4.8 Film Surface Detection Sensor (SB2).....................................MC-34
1.2.2 Upper Cover.......................................................................................... MC-6 4.9 Suction Cup Arm HP Detection Sensor (SB1).........................MC-35
1.2.3 Film Release Unit Cover....................................................................... MC-6
1.2.4 Film Loading Unit Cover....................................................................... MC-7 5. CONVEYOR UNIT.............................................. MC-37
1.2.5 Lower Right Cover................................................................................ MC-7
5.1 Conveyor Unit Exit Assembly..................................................MC-37
1.2.6 Right Cover........................................................................................... MC-8
5.2 Conveyor Unit Exit Grip Roller Assembly................................MC-39
2. FRAME................................................................. MC-9 5.3 Conveyor Unit Exit Guide (Lower)...........................................MC-40
2.1 Interlock Switch Assembly.........................................................MC-9 5.4 Stopper Assembly...................................................................MC-41
5.5 Stopper Solenoid (SOLD1)......................................................MC-42
3. FILM LOADING UNIT......................................... MC-11
5.6 Conveyor Unit Exit Roller (Lower)...........................................MC-43
3.1 Removal Unit/Film Loading Unit...........................................................MC-11
5.7 Film Edge Sensor (SD5).........................................................MC-44
3.2 Film Tray..................................................................................MC-13
5.8 Upper Conveyor Unit Open/Close Guide................................MC-45
3.3 Tray Detection Switch (SA2)...................................................MC-14
5.9 Conveyor Unit Turn Roller.......................................................MC-46
3.4 Tray Lock Assembly................................................................MC-18
5.10 Film Conveyance Motor (MD1)...............................................MC-47
3.5 Shutter Lock Mechanism.........................................................MC-19
5.11 Conveyance Gear...................................................................MC-49
3.6 Squeezing Roller (Upper)........................................................MC-20
3.7 Film Pack/Shutter Detection Sensor (SA1).............................MC-21

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GENERAL CONTENTS REMOVAL AND ADJUSTMENT (MC) 0.9

6. SUB-SCANNING UNIT....................................... MC-50 10. CONTROLLER.................................................... MC-79


6.1 Sub-Scanning Unit/Upper Conveyor Unit................................MC-50 10.1 PSU27A/PSU28B Board.........................................................MC-79
6.2 Sub-Scanning Unit Roller........................................................MC-53 10.2 PRN28A Board........................................................................MC-81
6.3 Sub-Scanning Motor (ME1).....................................................MC-56 10.3 CPU28A Board........................................................................MC-83
6.3.1 Removal/Reinstallation....................................................................... MC-56 10.4 DIMM.......................................................................................MC-84
6.3.2 Adjusting when Replacing Sub-Scanning Motor.............................. MC-57.1
10.5 CF (Compact Flash Memory)..................................................MC-85
6.4 Flywheel..................................................................................MC-58
6.5 Film Leading Edge Detection Sensor (SE1)............................MC-61 11. INSTALLING THE MAIN UNIT SOFTWARE....... MC-86
11.1 Installing from the PC for Servicing
7. SCANNING OPTICS UNIT........................................... MC-65 (or Settings-Changeable Models)............................................MC-87
7.1 Scanner Unit............................................................................MC-65 11.1.1 Copying Main Unit Software to the PC for Servicing
7.1.1 Removal/Reinstallation....................................................................... MC-65 (or Settings-Changeable Models)....................................................... MC-87
7.1.2 Adjustments in Replacement of Scanner Unit.................................... MC-67 11.1.2 Upgrading the Version from the PC for Servicing............................... MC-88
7.1.3 Replacing the Scanner Unit (When Changing from 839Y0060 to 11.1.3 Full Installation from the PC for Servicing........................................... MC-89
839Y100057)................................................................................... MC-67.1
12. RESTORING THE COMPACT FLASH MEMORY
8. HEAT DEVELOPMENT UNIT.............................. MC-68 (CF).................................................................... MC-91
8.1 Film Cooling Section...............................................................MC-68 12.1 Copying the Main Unit Software to the PC for Servicing.........MC-91
8.2 Heat Development Rack Assembly.........................................MC-69 12.2 Copying the Main Unit Software to the CF..............................MC-92
8.3 Heat Development Roller........................................................MC-71
13. CLEANING THE DUST-PROOF GLASS OF
8.4 Thermal Protector....................................................................MC-72 THE SCANNER UNIT (839Y100057 ONLY)....... MC-94
8.5 Heat Development Unit Conveyance Motor (MG1).................MC-74
8.6 Heat Development Unit Entrance Guide.................................MC-75

9. FILM RELEASE UNIT......................................... MC-76


9.1 Film Release Unit....................................................................MC-76
9.2 Density Measurement Light-Emitting Board (LED28A)...........MC-78

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GENERAL CONTENTS SERVICE MODE (MU) 0.10

SERVICE MODE (MU)

1. U-UTILITY (USER-UTILITY)................................MU-1 2.3 PC-Utility Menu Tree...............................................................MU-17


1.1 U-Utility Menu Tree....................................................................MU-1 2.4 Details of PC-Utility Commands..............................................MU-19
[1] System information and setup..................................................... MU-19
1.2 Starting and Ending the U-Utility...............................................MU-1 [1-1] Setting1.............................................................................. MU-19
1.3 Details of U-Utility Commands..................................................MU-1 [1-1-1] Check Version......................................................... MU-19
[U-1] Automatic Density Correction........................................................ MU-1 [1-1-1a] Input Serial No........................................................ MU-19
[U-2] Outputting QC Test Pattern............................................................ MU-1 [1-1-2] Set DICOM............................................................. MU-19
[U-3] Reset Film Counters...................................................................... MU-1 [1-1-2-1] AE Title.......................................................... MU-19
[U-4] Setting the Sensitive Material Correction Parameter..................... MU-1 [1-1-2-2] Port No.......................................................... MU-19
[U-5] Setting the Date and Time............................................................. MU-1 [1-1-3] Set Network............................................................ MU-20
[U-6] SMPTE Pattern........................................................................... MU-1.1 [1-1-3-1] IP Address..................................................... MU-20
[1-1-3-2] Subnet Mask................................................. MU-20
2. PC-UTILITY.........................................................MU-2 [1-1-3-3] Gateway........................................................ MU-20
[1-1-3-4] Host Name.................................................... MU-20
2.1 Preparations for Using the PC for Servicing..............................MU-2 [1-1-4] Mac Address........................................................... MU-21
2.1.1 Environment of PC for Servicing........................................................... MU-2 [1-1-5] Registration service pc........................................... MU-21
2.1.2 Preparations for Using the PC for Servicing......................................... MU-3 [1-2] Setting2.............................................................................. MU-21
[1-2-1] Set Rem.Films........................................................ MU-21
2.1.3 Setting the FTP Site Directory of the PC............................................... MU-3
[1-2-2] Set Trays................................................................. MU-21
2.1.4 Setting Grouping Symbols.................................................................... MU-5 [1-2-3] Enable QC.............................................................. MU-21
2.1.5 Creating the Data Storage Folder......................................................... MU-7 [1-2-4] Set Target Den........................................................ MU-22
2.1.6 Precaution and Settings in the Use of Windows XP PC for [1-2-5] Printing Dmax......................................................... MU-22
Servicing............................................................................................... MU-8 [1-2-6] Auto F.D.C.............................................................. MU-22
[1-2-7] Set Film infomation................................................. MU-22
2.2 Flow of PC-Utility Operations..................................................MU-12 [1-2-8] Display indv. data.................................................... MU-22
2.2.1 Connecting PC for Servicing to the Network....................................... MU-12 [1-3] Setting3.............................................................................. MU-23
2.2.2 Connecting to the Equipment (Starting PC-Utility).............................. MU-12 [1-3-1] Set SMPTE............................................................. MU-23
2.2.3 PC-Utility Operations........................................................................... MU-14 [1-3-2] Set Date.................................................................. MU-23
2.2.4 Disconnecting the Equipment............................................................. MU-16 [1-3-3] Ele Save Mode....................................................... MU-23
[1-3-4] Set Alarm................................................................ MU-23
[1-3-5] Reboot.................................................................... MU-23
[1-3-6] Set Power Supply Synchronization......................... MU-24
[1-3-7] Film Characteristic ID............................................. MU-24
[1-3-8] Power Supply Voltage............................................. MU-24

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GENERAL CONTENTS SERVICE MODE (MU) 0.11

[1-4] Initialize.............................................................................. MU-25 [3-5-2] Magnify................................................................... MU-38


[1-4-1] Save Data............................................................... MU-25 [3-5-2-1] Smoothing Type............................................ MU-38
[1-4-2] Initialize................................................................... MU-25 [3-5-2-2] Default Requested Decimate/
[1-4-3] Recover.................................................................. MU-25 Crop Behavior............................................... MU-39
[1-5] Log data............................................................................. MU-25 [3-5-2-3] Magnification Type........................................ MU-40
[1-5-1] Display Error Log.................................................... MU-25 [3-5-2-4] Requested Image Size.................................. MU-40
[1-5-2] Clear Error Log....................................................... MU-25 [3-5-2-5] Default Magnification Type............................ MU-40
[1-5-3] Display DICOM Log................................................ MU-25 [3-5-2-6] Default Smoothing Type................................ MU-40
[1-5-4] Logging Mode......................................................... MU-26 [3-5-2-7] Default Requested Image Size...................... MU-41
[2] Transfer Indv. Data....................................................................... MU-27 [3-5-2-8] Default Decimate/Crop Behavior................... MU-41
[3] Client Configuration..................................................................... MU-28 [3-5-2-9] Procedure...................................................... MU-41
[3-1] Add Client.......................................................................... MU-28 [3-5-2-10] Edge Detection.............................................. MU-41
[3-2] Delete Client...................................................................... MU-29 [3-5-2-11] Detection Level.............................................. MU-42
[3-3] Change Client Name......................................................... MU-30 [3-5-2-12] Sharpness..................................................... MU-42
[3-4] Read CLTInfo..................................................................... MU-31 [3-5-2-13] Character Color............................................. MU-42
[3-5] Clients................................................................................ MU-33 [3-5-3] LUT Common.......................................................... MU-43
[3-5-1] Protocol................................................................... MU-34 [3-5-3-1] Default LUT................................................... MU-43
[3-5-1-1] Attribute list error (0107H Warning)............... MU-34 [3-5-3-2] Illumination.................................................... MU-43
[3-5-1-2] N Event Report RQ....................................... MU-34 [3-5-3-3] Ambient Light................................................ MU-43
[3-5-1-3] Attribute Value Out Of Range [3-5-3-4] Configuration Information (Default LUT#)..... MU-43
(0116H Warning)........................................... MU-35 [3-5-3-5] Default Illumination........................................ MU-44
[3-5-1-4] Image Size Is Larger Than imagebox [3-5-3-6] Default Ambient Light.................................... MU-44
(B604H Warning)........................................... MU-35 [3-5-3-7] Procedure...................................................... MU-44
[3-5-1-5] Change Film Size.......................................... MU-35 [3-5-4] LUT1 to LUT8......................................................... MU-45
[3-5-1-6] Use System Timeout..................................... MU-36 [3-5-4-1] Max Density................................................... MU-45
[3-5-1-7] Presentation LUT.......................................... MU-36 [3-5-4-2] Min Density.................................................... MU-45
[3-5-1-8] Precede Picking Up....................................... MU-36 [3-5-4-3] γ Table No..................................................... MU-45
[3-5-1-9] Use Max/Min Density.................................... MU-36 [3-5-4-4] Contrast......................................................... MU-45
[3-5-1-10] Extension Format ID...................................... MU-37 [3-5-4-5] Number of Tuning Points............................... MU-46
[3-5-1-11] Use Default Annotation.................................. MU-37 [3-5-4-6] Density.......................................................... MU-46
[3-5-1-12] Change Base Color (Disable:110H[F]).......... MU-37 [3-5-4-7] Shift............................................................... MU-46
[3-5-1-13] Define Film Size of 11x14.............................. MU-38 [3-5-4-8] Contrast......................................................... MU-46

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GENERAL CONTENTS SERVICE MODE (MU) 0.12

[3-5-5] Output Format......................................................... MU-47 [4] File Transfer................................................................................. MU-59


[3-5-5-1] Film Size........................................................ MU-47 [4-1] Single file .......................................................................... MU-59
[3-5-5-2] Medium Type................................................. MU-47 [4-2] Analysis Data..................................................................... MU-59
[3-5-5-3] Film Orientation............................................. MU-47 [4-3] G-curve Data..................................................................... MU-59
[3-5-5-4] Border Density............................................... MU-47 [4-4] Operation Data.................................................................. MU-59
[3-5-5-5] Polarity.......................................................... MU-47 [5] Upgrading.................................................................................... MU-60
[3-5-5-6] Trim............................................................... MU-48 [5-1] Full Install........................................................................... MU-60
[3-5-5-7] Trim Width..................................................... MU-48 [5-2] Upgrading.......................................................................... MU-60
[3-5-5-8] Trim Density.................................................. MU-48 [6] Output Film.................................................................................. MU-62
[3-5-5-9] Number of Copies......................................... MU-48 [6-1] 24-Steps............................................................................ MU-62
[3-5-5-10] Print Priority................................................... MU-48 [6-2] 17-Steps............................................................................ MU-62
[3-5-5-11] Default Number of Copies............................. MU-49 [6-3] Cleaning Film..................................................................... MU-62
[3-5-5-12] Default Print Priority...................................... MU-49 [6-4] Flat pattern......................................................................... MU-62
[3-5-5-13] Default Medium Type.................................... MU-49 [6-5] Grid.................................................................................... MU-62
[3-5-5-14] Default Film Orientation................................. MU-49 [6-6] Uniformity........................................................................... MU-62
[3-5-5-15] Default Film Size........................................... MU-50 [6-7] SMPTE.............................................................................. MU-62
[3-5-5-16] Default Border Density.................................. MU-50 [7] F.D.C............................................................................................ MU-63
[3-5-5-17] Default Trim................................................... MU-50 [7-1] AUTO F.D.C....................................................................... MU-63
[3-5-5-18] Default Polarity.............................................. MU-50 [7-2] Check Density.................................................................... MU-63
[3-5-5-19] Mirror............................................................. MU-51 [7-3] 24-Steps............................................................................ MU-64
[3-5-5-20] Margin Between Image................................. MU-51 [7-4] Display 24-Steps................................................................ MU-64
[3-5-5-21] Image Layout................................................. MU-51 [7-5] Manual F.D.C..................................................................... MU-64
[3-5-5-22] Processing Type............................................ MU-52 [7-6] Set Collect.T....................................................................... MU-64
[3-5-5-23] Image Crop UPDWN Area............................. MU-52 [7-7] Clear Collect.T................................................................... MU-64
[3-5-5-24] Image Crop Side Area................................... MU-52 [7-8] Uniformity........................................................................... MU-64
[3-5-6] Annotation............................................................... MU-53 [7-8-1] Clear....................................................................... MU-64
[3-5-6-1] Upper Left/Upper Center/Upper Right/ [7-8-2] Manual Input........................................................... MU-64
Lower Left/Lower Center/Lower Right........... MU-53 [7-9] DM Sensor Monitor............................................................ MU-64
[3-6] Common............................................................................ MU-54 [8] Check Scanner............................................................................ MU-65
[3-6-1] Data Transfer Timeout............................................ MU-54 [8-1] Adjusting Main Scanner..................................................... MU-65
[3-6-2] Association Count................................................... MU-54 [8-1-1] Scanning Width....................................................... MU-65
[3-6-3] Logging DICOM...................................................... MU-54 [8-1-2] Scanning Position................................................... MU-66
[3-6-4] Model...................................................................... MU-55 [8-1-3] Initialize Scanner.................................................... MU-67
[3-6-5] Manufacturer........................................................... MU-55 [8-2] Edge Sensor Monitor......................................................... MU-67
[3-6-6] Default Client.......................................................... MU-55 [8-3] Reset Scanner Data.......................................................... MU-67
[3-7] Sarmaker........................................................................... MU-56

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[9] Heat-Developer............................................................................ MU-68


[9-1] Temperature....................................................................... MU-68
[9-2] Set Heater Cond. Temp..................................................... MU-68
[10] Check Mechanism....................................................................... MU-69
[10-1] Adjusting Sub Scanner...................................................... MU-69
[10-2] Other Actuator.................................................................... MU-69
[10-3] Sensor Monitor.................................................................. MU-69
[10-4] Interlock Function.............................................................. MU-69

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SERVICE PARTS LIST (SP)

How to Use Service Parts List..................................SP-1 06A SUB-SCANNING UNIT 1...................................SP-17

INDEX.........................................................................SP-2 06B SUB-SCANNING UNIT 2...................................SP-18

01A COVER 1............................................................SP-3 07 SCANNING OPTICS UNIT................................SP-19

01B COVER 2............................................................SP-4 08A HEAT DEVELOPMENT UNIT 1.........................SP-20

01C COVER 3............................................................SP-5 08B HEAT DEVELOPMENT UNIT 2.........................SP-21

02A FRAME 1............................................................SP-6 08C HEAT DEVELOPMENT UNIT 3.........................SP-22

02B FRAME 2............................................................SP-7 08D HEAT DEVELOPMENT UNIT 4.........................SP-23

03A FILM LOADING UNIT 1......................................SP-8 09A FILM RELEASE UNIT 1....................................SP-24

03B FILM LOADING UNIT 2......................................SP-9 09B FILM RELEASE UNIT 2....................................SP-25

04A REMOVAL UNIT 1............................................SP-10 10 CONTROLLER..................................................SP-26

04B REMOVAL UNIT 2............................................SP-11 11 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM..........................................SP-27

04C REMOVAL UNIT 3............................................SP-12 12 PARTS NOS. SEARCH TABLE..........................SP-33

05A CONVEYOR UNIT 1..........................................SP-13 13 List of Service Parts for Securing and
Wiring...............................................................SP-35
05B CONVEYOR UNIT 2..........................................SP-14 1. Service Parts for Securing and Wiring.................................................SP-35
2. Screws.................................................................................................SP-35
05C CONVEYOR UNIT 3..........................................SP-15 3. Stopper Rings, Washers, Nuts.............................................................SP-38
4. Wiring Parts..........................................................................................SP-39
05D CONVEYOR UNIT 4..........................................SP-16 5. [Parts Code] to [Symbol] Conversion Table.........................................SP-40

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PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE (PM)

1. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE ITEMS................. PM-1 3.17 Work Completion Report......................................................... PM-26


1.1 List of Preventive Maintenance Items....................................... PM-1
1.2 Symbols on Maintenance Cycle................................................ PM-2

2. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE FLOW.................. PM-3

3. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE............................. PM-4


3.1 Checking, Saving, and Deleting Error Logs.............................. PM-4
3.2 Printing/Checking Conveyance/Checking Images.................... PM-5
3.3 Checking the Interlock Function................................................ PM-7
3.4 Checking the Fan Operation..................................................... PM-8
3.5 Checking the Tray Periphery..................................................... PM-9
3.6 Cleaning/Replacing the Cleaning Roller (Option),
Removing the Cover................................................................ PM-10
3.7 Cleaning/Replacing the Air Filter............................................. PM-11
3.8 Cleaning the Removal Unit, Cleaning Inside
the Equipment......................................................................... PM-12
3.9 Checking/Cleaning the Rubber Belt, Cleaning
Sub-scanning Conveyance Roller........................................... PM-14
3.10 Cleaning the Density Measurement Section........................... PM-19
3.11 Cleaning the Heat Development Unit...................................... PM-20
3.12 Reinstalling/Cleaning Covers.................................................. PM-21
3.13 Final Operation Checks/Checking Images.............................. PM-22
3.14 Setting Date and Time............................................................. PM-23
3.15 Checking for Improper Protective Grounding.......................... PM-24
3.16 Replacing the Cutter................................................................ PM-25

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INSTALLATION (IN)

1. INSTALLATION CONDITIONS.............................. IN-1 5. REMOVING SHIPPING FIXTURES AND


1.1 Dimensions and Weight..............................................................IN-1
INSTALLING OPTIONS....................................... IN-19
1.2 Environmental Requirements......................................................IN-2 5.1 Removing Shipping Fixtures.....................................................IN-19

1.3 Electrical Requirements..............................................................IN-3 5.2 Setting Film Tray.......................................................................IN-21


5.2.1 Affixing the Film Size Label................................................................... IN-21
1.4 Other Specifications....................................................................IN-4 5.2.2 Changing the Film Tray Size................................................................. IN-22
1.5 Equipment Installation Space......................................................IN-4 5.2.3 Setting the Tray Number....................................................................... IN-23
1.5.1 Installation Space.................................................................................... IN-4 5.3 Installing the Cleaning Roller (Option).......................................IN-24
1.5.2 Space Required for Maintenance Work.................................................. IN-4
5.4 Installing the Cart (Option)........................................................IN-24
2. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE FLOW..................... IN-5
6. CONNECTING CABLES...................................... IN-27
3. WORK BEFORE INSTALLATION........................... IN-8 6.1 Connecting the Network Cable..................................................IN-27
3.1 Precautions on Installation..........................................................IN-8 6.2 Connecting the PC for Servicing (or Settings-Changeable
Models) to the Network.............................................................IN-28
3.2 Preparing the PC for Servicing..................................................IN-10
6.3 Connecting the Power Cable and Checking the Resistance.....IN-29
3.3 Embedding Anchor Nuts............................................................ IN-11
3.4 Specifications of Installation Table............................................IN-12
3.5 Cautions on Electromagnetic Waves.........................................IN-12
3.5.1 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)................................................... IN-12

4. TEMPORARY INSTALLATION............................. IN-15


4.1 Carrying.....................................................................................IN-15
4.2 Unpacking and Unloading.........................................................IN-15
4.2.1 Equipment Main Body........................................................................... IN-16
4.3 Checking Components..............................................................IN-17

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7. SETTINGS OF THE EQUIPMENT........................ IN-30 8.4 Checking the Interlock Function................................................IN-43


8.4.1 Front Cover, Right Cover Interlock Check............................................ IN-43
7.1 Creating the Data Storage Folder.............................................IN-30
8.4.2 Checking the Film Tray Interlock........................................................... IN-44
7.1a FTP Server Settings (Only settings-changeable models).........IN-31
8.5 Checking Fan Operation...........................................................IN-44
7.2 DRYPIX PRIMA Monitor Tool (ART PC) Settings (When
Connecting CR-IR 391CL/CR-IR 391V CL or CR-VW 674/ 8.6 Image QC Function...................................................................IN-45
CR-IR 355V CL).....................................................................IN-31.1 8.7 Power OFF................................................................................IN-45
7.3 Setting the Firewall in CR-IR 391CL/CR-IR 391V CL or
CR-VW 674/CR-IR 355V CL (When using CR-IR 391CL/ 9. CHECKING CONNECTION.................................. IN-46
CR-IR 391V CL or CR-VW 674/CR-IR 355V CL)......................IN-32
9.1 Checking the Start-up of the Equipment ..................................IN-46
7.4 Power ON..................................................................................IN-34
9.2 Checking Film Output and Images from Connected
7.5 Connecting to the Equipment (Starting PC-Utility)....................IN-35 Equipment.................................................................................IN-46
7.6 System Settings........................................................................IN-36 9.3 Checking the Termination of the Equipment..............................IN-46
7.6.1 Setting 1................................................................................................ IN-36
7.6.2 Setting 2................................................................................................ IN-38 10. INSTALLING THE EQUIPMENT.......................... IN-47
7.6.3 Setting 3................................................................................................ IN-39 10.1 Backing Up Individual Data.......................................................IN-47
7.7 Installing the Modality Connection Software 10.2 Checking Error Logs Which Occur at Installation......................IN-47
(to Support Multi Modalities)...................................................IN-39.2
10.3 Installing the Equipment............................................................IN-48
7.8 Rebooting the Equipment.......................................................IN-39.3
10.3.1 Installing the Equipment on the Floor without Using Fixtures............... IN-48
7.9 Disconnecting the Equipment.................................................IN-39.4 10.3.2 Installing the Equipment on the Table and Securing with Fixtures........ IN-48
7.10 Client Settings (Multi Modality Equipment Only)....................IN-39.5 10.3.3 Securing the Cart with Fixtures............................................................. IN-49
10.4 Cleaning the Equipment............................................................IN-50
8. CHECKING EQUIPMENT OPERATIONS............. IN-41
8.1 Checking Automatic Density Correction and Conveyance APPENDIX 1. SPECIFIED VALUE FOR EACH FILM
Operations.................................................................................IN-41 SIZE................................................... IN-51
8.2 Checking Density...................................................................IN-41.1
APPENDIX 2. ADDITIONAL PROTECTIVE
8.3 Checking Recording Image Format, and for Image GROUNDING...................................... IN-52
Unevenness and Scratches......................................................IN-42
8.3a Check when Using Multiple Film Trays.....................................IN-42
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PERFORMANCE CHECK (PC)

INSTALLATION OF THE FM-DL 100 - Checklist.........PC-1

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Issue Date Revision Number Reason Pages Affected

09.20.2008 00 New release for HHS (00 (0) Edition) (FM5418) All pages
11.25.2008 00 New release for UL (00 (1) Edition) (FM5451) All pages
03.20.2009 00 New release (00 (2) Edition) (FM5501) All pages
04.20.2009 01 Revised edition release (FM5532) All pages

FM-DL 100 SERVICE MANUAL 05.20.2009


08.13.2009
01(1)
02
New release for the field (FM5546)
Revised (FM5585)
All pages
9
10.26.2009 03 Revised (FM5606) 12

SAFETY PRECAUTION

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1. SAFETY PRECAUTION  Heavy Weights


• When installing or removing heavy weights, complete it with an assistant or a
To avoid accidents, observe the following precautions. hoisting or other appropriate device. Weights above 20 kg must be lifted by more
than two persons.
1.1 General Precautions • The weight of this equipment is approximately 85 kg. Take the following precautions
when moving the equipment, etc.
• To prevent injuries resulting in back pain, pay attention to your posture during
 Power Supply the work.
• Be sure to turn OFF the power of the main power switch and switch board before • Be careful not to drop the equipment as this may cause serious injuries.
starting operation. Starting operations with the power ON may result in electric
shock, fire hazards, or machine malfunction. Some parts are not fully discharged  Optical Parts Handling Precautions
and other parts (e.g. heater) remain heated immediately after power OFF. Be
careful not to touch such parts. When performing steps (e.g. voltage measurement) When handling any optical parts, observe the following precautions. Failure to observe
that cannot be completed with the power OFF, observe the instructions set forth in these precautions may result in a deterioration in image quality.
this manual and operate with care to avoid electric shock and other hazards. • Never touch the surfaces of optical parts.
• When restarting the machine, turn OFF the power, wait for more than 10 seconds, • When removing dirt from optical parts, use the specified procedure only.
and then turn it ON. If the interval from power OFF to ON is too short, the machine • Scanning optics unit removal must be carried out in a clean environment. Also do
may not be properly started. not remove the scanning optics unit protective housing.

 Ventilation of Installation Site  Heat Development Unit Handling Precautions


The ventilation of the equipment and film is accompanied by a slight smell. Be sure to A heater is used for the rack. Touching it during operations may result in burns. Turn
ventilate the room during and after operation. the power OFF and wait until the heater temperature drops before handling the unit.

 Drive Section Inspection  Grounding


To avoid accidents, be sure to turn OFF the power before initiating inspection or Safety provided by grounding is assured by properly establishing power cable and
adjustment procedures. When performing an inspection or adjustment procedure additional protective ground wire connections and by securing the parts with retaining
that cannot be completed with the power OFF, operate carefully while observing the screws. To maintain safety, ensure that the parts and retaining screws removed for
instructions set forth in this manual. servicing purposes are restored to the original states upon installation. After the
parts and retaining screws are restored to the above-mentioned states, follow the
 Safety Devices procedures set forth in this service manual to verify that the retaining screws are
securely tightened to properly secure the parts.
Ensure that the accident prevention functions of fuses, interlock switches, panels,
covers, and other safety devices are always operative. Also refrain from introducing
such modifications which may impair the safety device functions.

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 Other General Precautions


• When servicing the board for maintenance, be sure to wear a wrist band to ground
yourself. Failure to do so may result in damage of electronic components on the
board due to static electricity from your body.
• Do not stain or peel off the product nameplates, labels of safety standards, or
product No. indications attached on the machine, and do not attach other labels
over them.
• After completion of operation, return the protective enclosure, fixing screws, and
other removed components to the original positions and fix fully.

 Interlock Release Tool


To operate the equipment with the front cover and right cover of the equipment
opened, use the special tool provided with this equipment to release the interlock. To
avoid danger, do not touch rotating parts. Also take precautions against getting your
hands, feet, hair, and clothes caught by the equipment.
After completing servicing return the tool back to its original position.

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1.2 Precautions Against Laser Radiation  Laser Output Circuit Interlock


As indicated in the Certification and Identification Label attached on the left cover of An interlock function is provided for this equipment for turning OFF the laser output
the machine, this is the machine of Class 1, which complies with the “Laser Products – circuit to prevent laser exposure when the front cover or right cover is opened.
Conformance with IEC 60825-1 and IEC 60601-2-22; Guidance for Industry and FDA Before turning ON the power with these covers open and performing services, be sure
staff (Laser Notice No. 50)” and “EN60825-1 (Amendment 2)”. The image recorder to release the interlock with the special tool provided. After completion of the service
incorporates a laser (Class 3B, semiconductor laser wavelength of 658 to 659 nm, red procedures, return the tool to the original position.
visible light) with a maximum output of 52.8 to 64.9 mW (maximum output of 143 mW  To Open Front Cover and Right Cover
under fault conditions), but you will not be exposed to any hazard if you perform tasks
as instructed in the service manual.

 How to Avoid Laser Radiation Exposure


To avoid laser radiation exposure, observe the following precautions.
 Steps Requiring Precautions Against Laser Radiation Exposure
When performing the following procedures, thoroughly comply with the instructions set
forth in this manual to avoid laser radiation exposure.
• Removing the scanning optics unit and accomplishing its reassembly
• Replacing or cleaning the components of the conveyor unit , entrance of the heat
development unit or the sub scanning unit
After completion of the above procedures, restore the removed protective housing
and retaining screws to their original states to prevent the laser beam from leaking out
from the equipment.  To Open Front Cover
 Periodical Maintenance for Keeping Equipment Conditions Compliant
with Standards
To keep the equipment compliant with the laser safety requirements, perform the
preventive maintenance programs at specified intervals (See “Preventive Maintenance
(PM)” Volume.)
 Avoid Laser Radiation Exposure
When performing installation procedures, observe the following precautions to avoid
laser radiation exposure.
• Do not attempt to perform any steps other than those stated in this manual because
laser radiation exposure may result.
• Do not position a mirror or other reflective article in the laser beam optical path.
• Do not change the laser beam optical path.
• Optical axis adjustments must not be made in the field. Although the semiconductor
laser beam is visible red light, no one is allowed to make optical axis adjustments in
the field.

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 To Open Right Cover

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2. LABELS

2.1 Laser Caution Labels

 Locations of Laser Caution Labels


The following illustrates the locations of the protective housing and laser caution labels
specified in “Laser Products – Conformance with IEC 60825-1 and IEC 60601-2-22;
Guidance for Industry and FDA staff (Laser Notice No. 50)” and “EN60825-1
(Amendment 2)”.

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 List of Laser Caution Labels  IEC 60825-1:1993 +A1:1997 +A2:2001/EN 60825-1:1994 +A1:2002
+A2:2001 Class 3B Panel Label #2
 HHS Certification and Identification Label

 IEC 60825-1:1993 +A1:1997 +A2:2001/EN 60825-1:1994 +A1:2002


+A2:2001 Class 3B Panel Label #1

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2.2 Other Labels

 Locations of Other Labels

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 List of Labels
 Rating Information Label

 100 VAC Specifications

<REMARKS>
The mark “ ~ ” means AC power supply.

 200 VAC Specifications

<REMARKS>
The mark “ ~ ” means AC power supply.

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 Caution Label  High Temperature Caution Label


Be aware that the temperature may be high in the area where the following label is
affixed.

l Power Cable
Use a power cable that complies with the requirements stated below.
m For U.S. and Canada
• Cable wire diameter: 16 AWG or larger, 3-conductor
• Rated voltage: 125 VAC or higher
• Rated amperage: minimum 15 A
• Cable Type: SJT
• Cable length: 3 m or less

m For U.S. Only


• Label for receptacle grounding reliability according to UL60601-1
• UL-listed detachable power supply cable
• Hospital Grade Plug

m For Canada Only


• Plug: If molded on type – hospital grade complying with CSA C22.2, No.21.
If hospital grade disassemble type – complying with CSA C22.2, No.42.
• Cable: Complies with CSA C22.2 No. 21.

m For Europe
• Label for receptacle grounding reliability according to UL60601-1
• Cable certified by a country in which the equipment is to be installed
• Cable wire diameter: 1.0 mm2 or larger, 3-conductor
• Rated voltage: 250 VAC or higher
• Rated amperage: 6 A
• Cable type: H05VV-F
• Cable length: 3 m or less

l Left Cover
Do not touch metal part and the patient at the same time under normal operation
or service.
l LAN Connector
Do not connect telephone lines to the network cable connector of this equipment.
Only IEC60950/UL60950 specification cables are suitable for connection to this
connector.
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2.3 Additional Protective Grounding Earth Mark 2.4 Power Cable Caution Label

 Power Cable Caution Label (Only Hospital Grade Power Cable for
U.S.A.)

 Earth Mark (Imprint)

FPCI0215.AI

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3. PROTECTIVE HOUSING FOR


LASER RADIATION EXPOSURE
PREVENTION
Even if the protective housing is removed for servicing purpose, the laser beam will
not possibly leak out of the equipment unless its optical path is intentionally changed.
However, if the optical path is inadvertently changed during optical system installation,
the service engineer or other persons near the equipment may be exposed to laser
radiation.
Optical system related installation procedures must be carefully performed while
observing the instructions set forth in this manual. After completion of installation,
thoroughly restore the removed protective housing to its original state.

 Protective Housing of Equipment


The following shows laser exposure protective housing parts of the equipment.

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 Protective Housing of Scanning Optics Unit


<INSTRUCTIONS>
Never remove the upper cover of scanning optics unit.

<REMARKS>
This equipment can be used 839Y100057 or 839Y0060 scanning optics unit.

l When Using 839Y100057


Upper cover

FPEI0114.AI

l When Using 839Y0060

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4. CONNECTABLE PERIPHERALS 5. CLASSIFICATION


Accessory equipment connected to the analog and digital interfaces must be certified 1) According to the type of protection against electrical shock
according to the respective IEC standards (i.e. IEC60950 for data processing
equipment and IEC60601-1 for medical equipment). Furthermore all configurations CLASS 1 EQUIPMENT
shall comply with the system standard IEC60601-1-1. Everybody who connects 2) According to the degree of protection against electrical shock
additional equipment to the signal input part or signal output part configures a medical
NO APPLIED PART
system, and is therefore responsible that the system complies with the requirements
of IEC60601-1-1. If in doubt, consult the technical services department or your local 3) Protection against harmful ingress of water
representative. IPXO
4) According to the degree of safety of application in the presence of
a flammable anesthetics mixture with air or with oxygen or nitrous
oxide.
Equipment not suitable for use in the presence of a flammable anesthetics
mixture with air or with oxygen or nitrous oxide.
5) According to the mode of operation
CONTINUOUS OPERATION

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Issue Date Revision Number Reason Pages Affected

11.25.2008 00 New release for UL (00 (1) Edition) (FM5451) All pages
03.20.2009 00 New release (00 (2) Edition) (FM5501) All pages
04.20.2009 01 Revised edition release (FM5532) All pages
05.20.2009 01(1) New release for the field (FM5546) All pages

FM-DL 100 SERVICE MANUAL 06.30.2009 02 Revised (For main unit software V1.3, V2.0
(supports multi modalities), etc) (FM5568)
1-3, 3.1, 3.2, 4

08.13.2009 02 Revised (FM5585) 2


10.26.2009 03 Revised (FM5606) 2, 3, 3.1, 3.2, 7

SPECIFICATIONS

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1. SPECIFICATIONS Product Code Contents Parts No. Remarks


DRYPIX PRIMA Overseas specifications 200 - 240 VAC specifications
200 STRNG PK main unit (Packaged in wooden crate)
1.1 Part Name =E
Film tray Tray setting: 35 x 43 cm size
Individual data CD: 1
Product Code Contents Parts No. Remarks
Main unit software CD: 1
DRYPIX PRIMA Overseas specifications 100 - 120 VAC specifications
100 = E main unit (Packaged in cardboard box) Operation Manual: 1
Film tray Tray setting: 35 x 43 cm size Quick Guide: 1
Individual data CD: 1 DRYPIX PRIMA Overseas specifications 200 - 240 VAC specifications for
200 = CN E main unit China (Packaged in wooden crate)
Main unit software CD: 1
Film tray Tray setting: 35 x 43 cm size
Operation Manual: 1
Individual data CD: 1
Quick Guide: 1
Main unit software CD: 1
DRYPIX PRIMA Overseas specifications 100 - 120 VAC specifications
100 STRNG PK main unit (Packaged in wooden crate) Operation Manual: 1
=E
Film tray Tray setting: 35 x 43 cm size Quick Guide: 1
Individual data CD: 1
Main unit software CD: 1
Operation Manual: 1
Quick Guide: 1
DRYPIX PRIMA Overseas specifications 200 - 240 VAC specifications
200 = E main unit (Packaged in cardboard box)
Film tray Tray setting: 35 x 43 cm size
Individual data CD: 1
Main unit software CD: 1
Operation Manual: 1
Quick Guide: 1

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1.2 List of Optional Parts


<NOTE>
The following List of Components enumerate items required for each
configuration, so they do not correspond to units (quantities) of orders or
packages.
Use the product codes (Product Code) indicated only as a reference for
unpacking and follow the order lists provided separately when placing orders.

 List of Options for FM-DL 100


Product Code Product Parts No. Remarks
DPX PRIMA Additional option tray 898Y100546 -
TRAY = E
DPX PRIMA Cleaning roller 334Y0097 -
CLEANING
ROLLER E
DPX PRIMA Cart 888Y100004 -
CART = E
DPX PRIMA Fall prevention fixture kit 898Y100545 For securing equipment
FLOOT FIX KIT
=E
DPX PRIMA AC Power cable 136Y9138 -
CORD UL E (U.S.A. hospital grade)
DPX PRIMA AC Power cable (EU) 136N0449 -
CORD EU E
DPX 2000 AC Power cable (U.K.) 136N0450 -
CORD UK E
DPX PRM CT Modality connection software CD- 898Y100624 • CD-ROM for support-
MR CONNECT ROM ing multi modalities
KIT E • Supports V2.0 or later

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1.3 General Specifications  Maximum Number of Recording Pixels


35 x 43 cm size : 3520 x 4280
35 x 35 cm size : 3520 x 3520
 Recording Method 26 x 36 cm size : 2540 x 3600
Laser exposure heat development method 25 x 30 cm size : 2506 x 3016
20 x 25 cm size : 2000 x 2510
 Laser Light Source
 Image Compression Rate
Red semiconductor source (Class 3B, Wavelength: 658 to 659 nm, Maximum
output: 52.8 to 64.9 mW) x1 100 ±0.5%
 Curl After Processing
 First Printing Time
Floating from Shaukasten below 20 mm
Approximately 101 seconds (35 x 43 cm size, test printing)
 Film
 Processing Ability
35 x 43 cm size: Approx. 55 films/hour  Applicable Types
35 x 35 cm size: Approx. 60 films/hour DI-HL (Blue base/ 35 x 43, 35 x 35, 26 x 36, 25 x 30, 20 x 25 cm size)
26 x 36 cm size: Approx. 70 films/hour MDI-HLJ (Blue base/ 35 x 43, 35 x 35, 26 x 36, 25 x 30, 20 x 25 cm size) (China
25 x 30 cm size: Approx. 70 films/hour only)
20 x 25 cm size: Approx. 70 films/hour
 Applicable Film Size/Number of Sheets in One Pack
 Start-up Time
35 x 43, 35 x 35 cm sizes : 101 sheets (including one sheet for reducing
Approx. 15 minutes (When ambient temperature is 25 ˚C) dusts)
Approx. 10 minutes (When ambient temperature is 25 ˚C/ power save mode) 26 x 36, 25 x 30, 20 x 25 cm sizes : 151 sheets (including one sheet for reducing
dusts)
 Image Quality
 Number of Supplies
 Exposure Resolution • One supply
14 bits • Up to five film trays can be used (Changed by the user)
• Film tray size setting is service setting
 Maximum Density (Dmax)
3.0  Loading Method
Daylight conditions loading
 Recording Pixel Size
100 µm  Maximum Ejected Film Capacity
50 films

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 Input I/F  DICOM Connection Specifications


 Non-Multi Modality Equipment  Supported DICOM Services
DICOM Network input from CR-IR 391CL/CR-IR 391V CL, CR-VW 674/CR-IR • Verification SOP Class
355V CL (V4.1 or later), CR-IR 346CL/CR-IR 348CL (V5.0 or later) only • Basic GrayScale Print Management Meta SOP Class
 Multi Modality Equipment • Print Job SOP Class
• Basic Annotation Box SOP Class
DICOM Network input only
• Print Queue Management SOP Class
 Network Connection Interface • Presentation LUT SOP Class
10Base-T, 100Base-TX, 1000Base-T (automatic switching) l Number of Connectable Units (Multi Modality Equipment Only)
n Network Connection Maximum 64 (client) can be registered
l Number of Simultaneous Connection Associations (Multi Modality
l DICOM Protocol Equipment Only)
Direct connection
Maximum 10
l TOSHIBA Protocol l Number of Allowable Film Boxes in One Session (Multi Modality
Connection via FN-PS551 and DRYPIX Link Equipment Only)
l FINP Protocol 32
Connection via FN-PS551 and DRYPIX Link l Maximum Input Image Size
n Modality Connection  Non-Multi Modality Equipment
l A/D-I/F Connection (Analog/Digital) Rows: 3520, Columns: 4280

Connection via DRYPIX Link  Multi Modality Equipment


Applicable equipment: Diagnostic devices such as CT/MRI Rows: 7000, Columns: 7000
l E-I/F Connection
Network connection via DRYPIX Link
Applicable equipment: Image reader after FCR 7000, MF-300/MF-300S/MF-
300L, FN-PS551

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n Image Processing (Multi Modality Equipment Only)  Earthquake Measures


Fall prevention fixture kit (Optional mounting accessory kit)
l Interpolation
SSM interpolation, A-VR interpolation (Can be switched automatically for each AE
Title by Configuration settings)
l Tone Processing
BAR method, SAR method (Can be switched automatically for each AE Title by
Configuration settings)
l Format

 Standard Format (for all film sizes)


1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 12, 15, 16, 18, 20, 24, 25, 28, 30, 32, 35, 36, 40, 42, 48, 49, 54,
56, 63, 64, 70
 Mixed Format
35 x 43 cm size portrait mix: six types
35 x 35 cm size portrait mix: five types
26 x 36 cm size portrait mix: one type
26 x 36 cm size landscape mix: four types
25 x 30 cm size portrait mix: one type
25 x 30 cm size landscape mix: four types
20 x 25 cm size portrait mix: one type
20 x 25 cm size landscape mix: four types
<REMARKS>
Equipments not supporting multi modalities only have the one frame format.

 Image Spooling
Received image data is spooled in the DRAM until completion of printing.
Image spool amount: Equivalent to two images

 Density Correction
Automatic density correction function (AUTO F. D. C.)

 Annotation
Provided only in multi modality equipmets

 Noise
Printing : Approx. 55 dB (excluding transient noises)
Stand-by : Approx. 45 dB

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1.4 Dimensions and Weight Weight


 Main Unit Only
 Dimensions
Approx. 85 kg
 Main Unit Only  Main Unit with Cart
610 mm x 630 mm x 620 mm (W x D x H) Approx. 110 kg

 Main Unit with Cart


610 mm x 630 mm x 1080 mm (W x D x H)

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1.5 Environmental Requirements  Floor (installation surface) Vibration Requirement


Frequency : 10 to 55 Hz
 Temperature, Relative Humidity and Atmospheric Pressure Amplitude : 0.0075 mm or less

 Floor Levelness
 Operating
10 mm/m (1/100 of inclination) or less all around
Temperature : 15 ˚C (40%RH) to 30 ˚C (70%RH)
Relative humidity : 15%RH (30 ˚C) to 70%RH (30 ˚C) (No condensation)  Floor Flatness
Atmospheric pressure : 750 to 1060 hPa
10 mm or less

 Non-operating (not including film)


Temperature : 0 to 45 ˚C
Relative humidity : 10 to 90%RH (No dew condensation)
Atmospheric pressure : 750 to 1060 hPa
 Transit or Storage
Temperature/Relative humidity : -10 (10%RH) to 50 ˚C (90%RH)
(No freezing/No condensation)
Atmospheric pressure : 500 to 1060 hPa

 Exhaust Air of Equipment


 Maximum Exhaust Air in Standby State
31.3 m3/hour
 Maximum Exhaust Air in Printing
63 m3/hour

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1.6 Electrical Requirements  Overload Protection


100/110/120 V ~ : 15 A
 Frequency 200/220/230/240 V ~ : 10 A

50-60 Hz n Power Cable


Acceptable variation: ±3%
Use a power cable that complies with the requirements stated below.
 Line Voltage l For U.S. and Canada
100/110/120 V ~ • Cable wire diameter: 16 AWG or larger, 3-conductor
Acceptable variation: ±10%
• Rated voltage: 125 VAC or higher
Single-phase (2 lines or 3 lines)
200/220/230/240 V ~ • Rated amperage: minimum 15 A
Acceptable variation: ±10% • Cable Type: SJT
Single-phase (2 lines or 3 lines) • Cable length: 3 m or less
<REMARKS>
l For U.S. Only
The mark “ ~ ” means AC power supply. • Label for receptacle grounding reliability according to UL60601-1
• UL-listed detachable power supply cable
 Capacity • Hospital Grade Plug
1.2 kVA l For Canada Only
 Rated Current • Plug: If molded on type – hospital grade complying with CSA C22.2, No.21.
If hospital grade disassemble type – complying with CSA C22.2, No.42.
100/110/120 V ~ : 12 A
200/220/230/240 V ~ : 6 A • Cable: Complies with CSA C22.2 No. 21.

 Power Consumption l For Europe


• Label for receptacle grounding reliability according to UL60601-1
Maximum 1.5 kW
• Cable certified by a country in which the equipment is to be installed
 Electric Energy • Cable wire diameter: 1.0 mm2 or larger, 3-conductor
Printing : Approx. 350 Wh • Rated voltage: 250 VAC or higher
Ready : Approx. 180 Wh • Rated amperage: 6 A
Power saving mode : Approx. 60 Wh • Cable type: H05VV-F
• Cable length: 3 m or less
 Maximum Heat Generation
Printing : Approx. 1300 kJ  Network Cable
Ready : Approx. 700 kJ
{IN:6.1_Connecting Network Cable}
 Grounding Resistance
100 Ω or less

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1.7 Equipment Installation Space 1.8 Disposing the Equipment


When disposing the equipment, remove the CPU board first. Be sure to return the
1.7.1 Installation Space removed CPU board to the Service Parts Center.

 When Not Fixed with Fixtures


Front: More than 800 mm
Rear: More than 0 mm
Left: More than 50 mm
Right: More than 200 mm

 When Fixed with Fixtures


Front: More than 800 mm
Rear: More than 50 mm
Left: More than 250 mm
Right: More than 250 mm

1.7.2 Space Required for Maintenance Work


<REMARKS>
To rotate the equipment, one side requires more than 1000 mm of space.

Front: More than 1000 mm


Rear: More than 600 mm
Left: More than 800 mm
Right: More than 800 mm
Top: More than 400 mm

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CONTROL SHEET
Issue Date Revision Number Reason Pages Affected

11.25.2008 00 New release for UL (00 (1) Edition) (FM5451) All pages
03.20.2009 00 New release (00 (2) Edition) (FM5501) All pages
04.20.2009 01 Revised edition release (FM5532) All pages
05.20.2009 01(1) New release for the field (FM5546) All pages

FM-DL 100 SERVICE MANUAL 06.30.2009



02 Revised (For main unit software V1.3, V2.0
(supports multi modalities), etc) (FM5568)
1, 1.1, 1.2, 2, 6, 13.1, 13.2, 15-17,
29, 31-47
08.13.2009 02 Revised (FM5585) 1, 1.1, 2, 8, 13, 16, 42, 43, 45
10.26.2009 03 Revised (FM5606) 1, 1.1, 16, 27-29, 43, 47-49

DISCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT (MD)

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1. OUTLINE OF EQUIPMENT n List of Functions by Connected Equipment
: Can use , -: Cannot use
Modality Equipment connected

1.1 Functions of Equipment connection


software
Function CR-IR 391CL/ CR-VW 674/ CR-IR 346CL/ Other
CR-IR 391V CR-IR 355V CL CR-IR 348CL manufacturer
CL (V4.1 or later) (V5.0 or later) equipment
n Outline of Equipment Uninstalled Film output    *2 -

• This equipmet is a network printer dedicated to DICOM protocol, and adopts the Simultaneous power ON by WakeONLan  *1  *1  *3 -
laser exposure heat development method. Use of ART-PC (Simultaneous power
• Film sizes 35 x 43 cm, 35 x 35 cm, 26 x 36 cm, 25 x 30 cm and 20 x 25 cm can be OFF, film size/error information display)
  - -

used. Automatic log saving when equipment


   *3 -
• It has a processing ability of 55 sheets/hour for 35 x 43 cm size film, 60 sheets/hour ends
for 35 x 35 cm size film, 70 sheets/hour for 26 x 36, 20 x 25 and 25 x 30 cm size Use of PC-Utility    *3 -
film.
Software uninstallation/upgrade    *3 -
• This equipment has one film tray insert slot which can recognize up to seven
different film trays. By replacing the film trays, various types of films can be used. Installed Film output    
Data identified at each film tray include film size, number of remaining films, and Simultaneous power ON by WakeONLan  *1  *1  *3 -
density correction data.
Use of ART-PC (Simultaneous power
• Films can be loaded with the film tray set in the equipment in a completely bright OFF, film size/error information display)
  - -
room. Automatic log saving when equipment
• The equipment has an automatic density measurement function which automatically ends
   *3 -
outputs image patterns required for density measurement and measures density. Use of PC-Utility    *3 -
• Power consumption of the equipment can be saved by setting the power saving
mode. Software uninstallation/upgrade    *3 -

• The following DICOM protocols are supported.


*1: WakeOnLan needs to be set using the installation CD provided with the equipment connected.
• Verification SOP Class (SCP)
*2: Supported by FM-DL 100 main unit software V2.0 or later.
• Basic Grayscale Print Management SOP Class (SCP)
• Basic Annotation Box SOP Class (SCP) *3: Supported by FM-DL 100 main unit software V2.1 or later.
• Print Job SOP Class (SCP)
• Print Queue Management SOP Class (SCP)
• User Preference LUT SOP Class (SCP)
• Perform the various settings of this equipment on CR-IR 391CL/CR-IR 391V CL,
CR-VW 674/CR-IR 355V CL (V4.1 or later), or using the externally connected PC
for servicing.
• Installing the modality connection software in this equipment allows various
modalities to be connected. (This software is supported in V2.0 or later.)

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1.2 System Configuration n Connecting with DICOM Compatible Devices
l System Configuration Example 1
n Connecting the PRIMA system (One to One Connection)
Without connecting to hospital network

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l System Configuration Example 2 n Connecting with Non-DICOM Compatible Devices (Multi
Modality Equipment)
l System Configuration Example 4

l System Configuration Example 3

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l System Configuration Example 5

l System Configuration Example 6

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1.3 Overall Configuration and Names of Parts

1.3.1 External View

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1.3.2 Operation Panel l Example Display
Display Meaning
Indicates that the equipment is currently starting up. (From
power ON to initialization)

Indicates that the equipment is currently initializing



Indicates the remaining number of film (61 sheets in this exam-
ple)

Indicates that the film tray is open.

Error code (203 in this example)

No. Name Function


Indicates sleep state
1 Utility button Pressing this button switches to U-Utility. U-Utility
can be set only when the equipment is in the ready
state. Indicates currently service utility mode.

2 Enter button • Pressing this button releases the tray lock.


• For executing the menu displayed. If a lower menu Indicates currently service utility mode.
exists, shifts to the next menu.
3 Display panel • 7-segment LED indicating the status of the equip- Indicates that the equipment is currently being terminated
ment.
(See “l Example Display” in the right table.)
• Blinks when film jam occurs.
Pilot Lamp Lights up when the main power switch is ON and
goes off then the switch is turned OFF.
4 Stand-by switch • Turn ON/OFF the equipment power.
• Press five seconds longer to turn OFF the equip-
ment power.

<REMARKS>
There is a buzzer at the back of the operation panel board.

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1.3.3 Layout of Units

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1.3.4 Layout of I/O Parts and Description of Functions Unit Symbol Name Type Remarks

n Film Loading Unit Film load- SOLA1


ing unit (A)
Tray lock solenoid Linear solenoid Releases tray lock
SA1 Film pack/shutter detec- Reflection type ON in presence of film
tion sensor sensor pack/shutter
SA2 Tray detection switch Microswitch Conduction state when
tray is loaded
SA3 Film size detection sen- Penetration type • Film tray detection
sor 1 sensor • Detection of film size
(PI: 5mm) by combination of sen-
sor state
SA4 Film size detection sen- Penetration type
sor 2 sensor
(PI: 5mm)
SA5 Film size detection sen- Penetration type
sor 3 sensor
(PI: 5mm)

<REMARKS>
The ON of each sensor and switch means the following
• Penetration type sensor : Light-tight state
• Reflection type sensor : Film present/Detects actuator

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n Removal Unit Unit Symbol Name Type Remarks
Removal MB1 Film removing motor 2-phase pulse Drives suction cup arm
unit (B) motor
MB2 Removal unit convey- 2-phase pulse Film conveyance motor
ance motor motor at upper removal unit
SB1 Suction cup arm HP de- Penetration type ON when suction cup
tection sensor sensor arm is at home position.
(PI: 5mm)
SB2 Film surface detection Penetration type ON when suction cup
sensor sensor reaches on film/OFF
(PI: 5mm) when detects film suc-
tion

<REMARKS>
The ON of each sensor and switch means the following
• Penetration type sensor : Light-tight state
• Reflection type sensor : Film present/Detects actuator

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n Conveyor Unit Unit Symbol Name Type Remarks
Conveyor MD1 Film conveyance motor 2-phase pulse Drives conveyor unit
unit (D) motor rollers, and conveys film
MD2 Conveyor unit exit roller 2-phase pulse Drives conveyor unit exit
gripping release motor motor grip roller up/down
SOLD1 Stopper solenoid Linear solenoid Ups/downs the stopper
SD1 Conveyor unit entrance Reflection type ON when film is at con-
sensor sensor veyor entrance
SD2 Conveyor unit exit sen- Reflection type ON when film is at con-
sor sensor veyor exit
SD3 Stopper release detec- Penetration type ON when stopper is at
tion sensor sensor release position
(PI: 5mm)
SD4 Grip roller position de- Penetration type ON when conveyor unit
tection sensor sensor exit grip roller is at grip-
(PI: 5mm) ping position
SD5 Film edge sensor Photo-interru- Detects the left side
puter edge of the film from the
rotations of the rotary
encoder

<REMARKS>
The ON of each sensor and switch means the following
• Penetration type sensor : Light-tight state
• Reflection type sensor : Film present/Detects actuator

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n Sub-scanning Unit Unit Symbol Name Type Remarks
Sub-scan- ME1 Sub-scanning motor 5-phase pulse Sub-scans and conveys
ning unit motor film
(E) ME1 driver board comes
as a set with ME1
SE1 Film leading edge detec- Laser detection Detects leading edge
tion sensor (SED28A) sensor and trailing edge of film

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n Heat Development Unit Unit Symbol Name Type Remarks
Heat Devel- MG1 Heat development unit 2-phase pulse Heat develops and con-
opment unit conveyance motor motor veys film
(G)
FANG1 Cooling fan 1 DC fan Ventilates and cools
near heat development
unit
HG1, HG2 Heater 1, Heater 2 Silicon rubber Heat 1st rack develop-
heater ment heat plate
HG3, HG4 Heater 3, Heater 4 Silicon rubber Heat 2nd rack develop-
heater ment heat plate
THG1, Heat development Thermistor Detects 1st rack tem-
THG2 thermistor 1, perature
Heat development
thermistor 2
THG3, Heat development Thermistor Detects 2nd rack tem-
THG4 thermistor 3, perature
Heat development
thermistor 4
THG5 Film cooling section Thermistor Detects film cooling sec-
thermistor tion temperature
TPG1, Thermal protector 1, Manual recov- Shuts off power supply
TPG2 Thermal protector 2 ery type for heaters in overheat-
ing of 1st rack heater
TPG3, Thermal protector 3, Manual recov- Shuts off power supply
TPG4 Thermal protector 4 ery type for heaters in overheat-
ing of 2nd rack heater

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n Film Release Unit Unit Symbol Name Type Remarks
Film re- SJ1 Film release unit en- Reflection type ON when film is at film
lease unit trance sensor sensor release unit entrance
(J)
SJ2 Film release sensor Reflection type ON when film is at film
sensor release unit exit

<REMARKS>
The ON of each sensor and switch means the following
• Penetration type sensor : Light-tight state
• Reflection type sensor : Film present/Detects actuator

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n Frame Unit Symbol Name Type Remarks
Frame (K) SK1, SK2 Front cover/right cover Microswith ON when upper front
interlock switch cover is opened
THK1 Film recording seciton Thermistor Detects film recording
thermistor seciton temperature

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1.3.5 Layout of Boards Name Main function
LED28A (Density measure- Light is emitted for density measurement
ment section light-emitting
board)
LDD28A (Laser drive board) Scanner laser drive
PDD28A (Density measure- Receives penetrating light for density measurement
ment section light-sensing
board)
CPU28A (CPU board) Overall control of equipment, network input, image pro-
cessing
PSU27A (Power supply unit) Converts the input AC power to +24VDC and supplies to
the PSU28B board
PSU28B (Power supply unit) Generates +5V and ±12V from the +24VDC power sup-
plied from the power supply unit and supplies to the SND
board
SND28A (Sensor driver Mechanical drive parts drive/control, I/O parts control, sig-
board) nal counter of film edge sensor signal, thermistor signal/
density measurement section data AD conversion, inter-
lock control, heat development heater control, operation
panel control
Main power switch Supplies AC power to the power supply unit
CF (Compact flash memory) Main program storage, log writing (logs are not saved),
128 MB
DIMM (Memory) Main memory of CPU28A board, 512 MB
PRN28A (Print control board) DA converts processed image signals from CPU28A board
and sends to scanner, laser power strength control, expo-
sure output timing control
HTD28A (Heater drive board) Drives heat development unit heaters based on the control
signal from SND board.

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l Fuse Layout
SND28A PSU28B PRN28A HTD28A
No. Part No. Rating
113Y100327 113Y100328 113Y100330 113Y100331
1 137S1350 250V/10A F1, F2
2 137S1417 48V/1A F8 F1
3 137S1419 48V/1.6A F2
4 137S1420 48V/2A F6, F7 F5
5 137S1421 48V/3.2A F4, F8
6 137S1423 48V/5A F1, F2, F3, F4, F5 F6, F7, F9
7 137S1459 250V/8A F1

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2. STARTING UP AND ENDING THE
EQUIPMENT

2.1 Power ON Operations


The equipment starts up in the following conditions when the main power switch is
ON.

Method Conditions Remarks


Stand-by switch on the Press stand-by switch on the -
operation panel operation panel.
WakeOnLAN function Receive WakeOnLAN packet The network equipment needs
from network connected device to correspond to the WakeOn-
LAN function.

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2.2 Error Processing n When Level 0 Errors Occur
When errors occur during initialization or in the routine mode, this equipment performs When level 0 errors occur, the equipment completes the current process as much as
the following processes. possible, stops temperature control, and the error display is shown.
The equipment then becomes system down and the power must be turned ON/OFF.
n When Films Run Out Level 0 errors consists of the following.
• Conveyance system fatal error
When the remaining number of films counter becomes 0, the equipment determines • Temperature control system fatal error
that films have run out and shows a display prompting replenishing of films.
• Scanner system fatal error
Information that films have run out will be sent to externally connected devices at the
point a printing request is made. • Image processing fatal error
The replenishing of films by the user is determined by the opening/closing of film • Fatal errors determined by the software
trays, and by the ON/OFF of the film pack/shutter detection sensor. • Failed in reading external files when equipment is started.
• Discovered contradiction of various software environment when equipment is
n When Level 1 Errors Occur started.
When level 1 errors occur, for errors which can be recovered by the user, displays on • Discovered contradiction in service settings when equipment is started.
user recovery operations are shown. Initialization was performed after recovery by the • Discovered malfunction of various electric parts when equipment is initialized.
user, and if printing is currently being performed printing will be continued.
If recovered by retry operations of the equipment, only error logs are performed. Error n Degeneration
logs are also only performed for reference information for design analysis.
When the density measurement section malfunction, this is taken as degeneration,
l Cover Open/Tray Open/Shutter Detection and operations are continued without using the function.
When these errors are detected, operations of the equipment are stopped, the error
notification screen appears on the operation panel, and operations of the equipment
are continued after errors have been removed by the user.
l When Films Jam
When films jam, printing of films ahead of the jammed position are completed, and the
film jam screen appears.
Images which have not been printed will be re-output automatically after recover.

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2.3 Power OFF Operations
When the power of this equipment is ON, it can be ended in the following conditions.

Method Conditions Remarks


Stand-by switch on the Press the stand-by switch for -
operation panel five seconds on the operation
panel.
Main power switch Turn OFF the main power All power supplies are cut off
switch. regardless the state of the
equipment.
CR-IR 391CL/CR-IR Monitor Tool must be running When the equipment is ended,
391V CL or CR-VW on CR-IR 391CL/CR-IR 391V the equipment log is transferred
674/CR-IR 355V CL CL or CR-VW 674/CR-IR 355V to CR-IR 391CL/CR-IR 391V
power OFF CL CL or CR-VW 674/CR-IR 355V
CL

<REMARKS>
• Shut down the software before turning off the power when ending the equipment.
• The conditions for the equipment to shut down or not shut down when the power of
CR-IR 391CL/CR-IR 391V CL or CR-VW 674/CR-IR 355V CL is turned OFF are as
follows;
• Conditions for shutting down together
When the equipment is in the standby mode/when level 0 error has occurred
(V1.2 or later)/during the energy saving mode (V1.2 or later)
• Conditions for not shutting down together
When the equipment is currently printing/currently receiving images/when level
0 error has occurred/during use of the U-Utility/during use of the PC-Utility
• Whether to end the equipment at the same time the power of CR-IR 391CL/CR-IR
391V CL or CR-VW 674/CR-IR 355V CL is turned OFF can be set using the PC-
Utility.
• As CR-IR 346CL/CR-IR 348CL is displayed full-screen, the DRYPIX PRIMA Monitor
Tool cannot be displayed on the PC screen at the same time, and therefore cannot
be used together with it.
This also means that the DRYPIX PRIMA Monitor Tool cannot be turned off together
with CR-IR 346CL/CR-IR 348CL.
However, by setting the PC-Utility’s “Logging Mode” to “ON”, logs of the DRYPIX
PRIMA Monitor Tool will be saved in CR-IR 346CL/CR-IR 348CL automatically when
the equipment is shut down.

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3. DESCRIPTION OF MECHANICAL 3.1.2 Film Tray Detection/Film Size Identification
The presence of film tray is detected by the film size detection sensors (SA3/SA4/
OPERATIONS SA5).
When a film tray is inserted into the equipment, the actuator attached to the tray turn
ON the sensors to detect the tray. The attached position of this actuator can be varied
according to the film size. (service setting)
3.1 Film Loading Unit When a tray is inserted into the equipment, film size is identified from the combination
of the ON/OFF status of the three film size detection sensors.
3.1.1 Film Sizes
This equipment is compatible with film sizes 35 x 43 cm, 26 x 36 cm, 25 x 30 cm,
and 20 x 25 cm. The following figure shows the arrangement of guide pins and guide
plates for each film size.

The following procedures are required to change the film size.


• Change the position for attaching the guide pin and guide plate in the film tray Sensor
Film tray
• Change the film size at the configuration setting of the PC-Utility SA3 SA4 SA5
{IN:5.2_Setting the Film Tray} No film tray is loaded OFF OFF OFF
35x43 cm size film ON OFF OFF
35x35 cm size film ON ON OFF
26x36 cm size film ON ON ON
25x30 cm size film OFF ON ON
20x25 cm size film OFF OFF ON

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3.1.3 Film Pack/Shutter Detection 3.1.4 Shutter Lock Mechanism
To prevent exposure of films in trays when trays are opened, this equipment is This equipment is provided with a shutter lock mechanism to prevent
provided with sensors to detect film packs in the trays or the shutter. The tray open exposure of film to light when the shutter is disconnected during film
operation via the operation panel can be received only when reflected light from tray removal to replace film.
the film pack or shutter is detected by the film pack/shutter detection sensor (SA1: A pin which moves up and down according to the insertion and removal movements
reflection type sensor). of the film tray is attached to the left back side of the film tray. This pin moves down
when the film tray is inserted and moves up when removed. When the pin enters the
hole on the shutter, it locks the shutter so that the shutter does not disconnect when
the film tray is removed.

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3.1.5 Tray Detection/Tray Lock
Film tray detection is performed by the tray detection switch (SA2). When a film tray is
inserted, SA2 turns OFF, thereby detecting the film tray presence.
SA2 also serves as an interlock function, which cuts off the +24V power of the film
removing motor (MB1) and removal unit conveyance motor (MB2) when tray is
opening.
Tray lock is released by SOLA11. By the tray open operation via the operation panel,
SOLA1 turns ON and the tray lock is released.

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3.2 Removal Unit 3.2.2 Film Suction
The film removing motor (MB1) rotates at high speed in the reverse direction (CCW)
by the removal enable signal, and the suction cup arm starts moving.
3.2.1 Suction Cup Arm Home Position The suction cup arm curves according to the groove on the removal unit frame and
In the standby state, the suction cup arm is positioned at the suction cup arm home passes the upper dead-point.
position. The suction cup arm home position is the position at which the suction cup
arm HP detection sensor (SB1) switches from ON to OFF. At this time, the removal
conveyance roller (upper) is not touching the removal unit conveyance roller (lower).

When the removal unit conveyance roller (upper) reaches the film surface turning ON
the film surface detection sensor (SB2), MB1 switches to low speed rotation.

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After MB1 switches to low speed rotation, it continues to rotate in the reverse direction 3.2.4 Film Release
until SB2 goes OFF. At this time, the suction cup arm pushes the bellows in, and
generates negative pressure so that the film is suctioned to the suction cup. After flapping operations complete, MB1 rotates in the normal direction, and moves
the film to the removal conveyance roller (lower).
If SB1 turns ON while it is moving, MB1 switches to low speed, and continues rotating
in the normal direction for the specified number of pulses.

3.2.3 Film Flapping Operations


With the suction cup suctioning the film, MB1 rotates in the normal direction for the
specified pulse at low speed, the suction cup arm rises and stops once. From this
position, MB1 switches to middle speed, and performs flapping operations which
repeat rising/lowering of suction cup arm five times. After the film reaches the removal conveyance roller (lower), the bellows is pushed in
Flapping operations supply air to the trailing edge of the film by moving the leading even further, which pushes the air inside out. The film separates from the suction cup.
edge up and down, to prevent improper conveyance due to adherence of the trailing Upon release of film from the suction cup, the removal unit conveyance roller (upper)
edges of the films. In addition, the films stuck together due to static are separated falls by its own weight, and the film is gripped by the removal unit conveyance roller
while they are moving after fanning operations by fanning the lead edge of the film (upper) and removal unit conveyance roller (lower).
with the claw provided on the film loading unit.

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3.2.5 Removal Conveyance 3.2.6 Returning to Home Position
After film separation, the removal unit conveyance motor (MB2) rotates, conveying the When SD1 detects the leading edge of the film via the conveyance operation, MB1
film until it stops at the conveyer unit entrance sensor (SD1). rotates in the normal and reverse direction, returning the suction cup arm to the home
At this time, if SD1 does not turn ON within the specified time, the film is detected as position, and waits for the next removal enable signal.
having been dropped or film jam occured, and an error code is displayed.
When the trailing edge of the preceding film passes the film leading edge detection
sensor (SE1), film conveyance resumes.

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3.3 Conveyor Unit 3.3.2 Striking against Stopper
Upon the start of conveyance, the stopper solenoid (SOLD1) turns ON and raises the
stopper located at the conveyor unit exit. The stopper release detection sensor (SD3)
3.3.1 Conveyance detects whether the stopper is raised or lowered.
Upon receiving the conveyance start signal, conveyance into the conveyor unit starts.
The film conveyance motor (MD1) and removal unit conveyance motors (MB2) rotates
to feed the film until its leading edge is detected by the conveyor unit exit sensor (SD2).

The film that has been temporarily at rest after being detected at SD2 is conveyed at
low speed until it strikes against the stopper. Because the conveyance by the motor
<REMARKS> is still continued, the film gets arched to correct skew with respect to the conveyance
This equipment does not have a sensor for detecting cleaning roller. Therefore in the direction.
event users forget to reinstall back the cleaning roller after cleaning, film will not be
conveyed to the conveyor, resulting in film jamming at the removal unit.

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3.3.3 Gripping by Conveyor Unit Exit Roller 3.3.4 Film Edge Sensor
When the predetermined time has passed since the film struck the stopper, MD1 and Film edge sensor (SD5) is provided in the conveyor unit exit to optimize the start
MB2 stop. position of main scanning/writing (the number of pixels to be skipped).
Then, the conveyor unit exit roller gripping release motor (MD2) rotates in the reverse When the film passes the conveyor unit exit, the edge sensor arm of the film edge
direction (CCW), allowing the conveyor unit exit roller to grip the film. The grip roller sensor assembly provided on the front side of the conveyor unit is pushed, thereby
position detection sensor (SD4) detects whether the conveyor unit exit roller is in the allowing the sector gear concentric to the edge sensor arm to rotate the encoder plate.
gripped or released state. The film edge sensor (SD5) measures the distance from the reference position to the
When the film is completely gripped, SOLD1 turns OFF and the stopper is lowered. film edge by counting the number of slits on this rotating encoder plate.

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3.3.5 Pre-recording Conveyance
After transfer of image data to the print buffer in the formatter, film conveyance to the
sub-scanning unit is started (pre-recording conveyance).
In pre-recording conveyance, MD1 is rotated in the reverse direction (CCW) at high
speed for the specified number of pulses, and is switched to low speed in the reverse
direction in synchronization with the sub-scanning conveyance roller to send the film
to the sub-scanning unit.
After conveying the film for the specified time, MD1 is rotated in the normal direction
(CW) to disengage the conveyor gears in the rear of the conveyor unit to free the
conveyor unit exit roller, thereby preventing .
Thereafter, when image recording is started and SD2 goes OFF, the conveyor unit exit
grip roller is released.

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3.4 Sub-scanning Unit 3.4.2 Recording Conveyance
When the leading edge of film is detected by the film leading edge detection sensor
(SE1), image recording by means of the laser light from the scanner unit starts.
3.4.1 Sub-scanning Conveyance After Image recording ends, and the film is conveyed for a distance according to the
Upon film conveyance from the conveyer unit, the sub-scanning motor (ME1) rotates film length, ME1 stops.
driving the sub-scanning conveyance roller via the flat belts (rear/front). <REMARKS>
When performing service, the sub-scanning motor shall be replaced as a set because
it consists of the pulse motor and ME1 driver board. The drive speed of ME1 is corrected according to the temperature measured by the
{MC:6.3_Sub-Scanning Motor (ME1)} recording unit thermistor (THK1) near the sub-scanning unit.

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3.5 Scanning Optics Unit 3.5.2 Laser Exposure
Red laser of maximum power 52.8 to 64.9 mW/658 to 659 nm is radiated to the six-
face polygon mirror from the laser diode mounted to the laser unit of the scanner unit.
3.5.1 Scanner Unit The laser light scanned in the main scanning direction via the polygon mirror is
The scanning optics unit is composed of the LDD board (laser diode control board), synchronized by detecting the scan start timing at the main scanning sync sensor of
LDA board(laser diode emission board), SYN board (start-point detection board) of the the SYN board.
scanner unit, SED board of the sub-scanning unit (film leading edge detection sensor:
SE1), polygon motor, LED board and PDD board of the density measurement section.
The LDD board, LDA board, SYN board, and SED board are controlled by the PRN l When Using 839Y100057
board, while the polygon motor and density measurement section are controlled by the
SND board. These controls are synchronized with film conveyance to record images.
The digital data sent from the MTH board is D/A converted in the PRN board, and sent
to the LDD board as analog image signal.
<REMARKS>
This equipment can be used 839Y100057 or 839Y0060 scanning optics unit.

l When Using 839Y0060

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The laser light reflected from the polygon mirror passes through the scanning lens 3.5.3 Density Measurement Section
and is directed via the reflecting mirror to the surface of the film at the bottom of the
scanning optics unit. The exposed film is conveyed to the heat development unit and The density measurement section measures film density after development, and
is heat developed. compiles density correction tables to correct image density.
The film (17-steps pattern/24-steps pattern) printed via the density measurement
menu on the operation panel is read for the light penetration amount when it passes
l When Using 839Y100057 between the light-emitting side of the LED board and light-sensing side of the PDD
board of the film release unit to measure the density data.

l When Using 839Y0060

3.5.4 Temperature Correction


Film image density varies depending on the cooling temperature after heat
development and the temperature of the equipment. For this reason, the temperature
of the film cooling section and temperature near the sub-scanning unit are detected by
the thermistor, and based on this temperature data, image data before D/A conversion
are corrected.

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3.6 Heat Development Unit 3.6.2 Temperature Control
Provided in the heat development unit are two heat development rack assemblies: 1st
rack and 2nd rack.
3.6.1 Heat Development Temperature control is performed by the temperature detection signal from the
The exposed image on the film conveyed from the sub-scanning unit is heat thermistors (THG) attached to the heat plate of each rack.
developed by passing through the heat plate and heat development roller of the heat In addition, thermal protectors (TPG) are attached to each heat plate as a protection
development unit. against overheating.

The heat development unit conveyance motor (MG1) starts rotating (CW) upon the
start of removal operation.
There is no sensor for detecting the conveyance state of the film at the heat
development unit, and it is determined as jam at the heat development unit when film
does not reach the ejection unit entrance sensor (SJ1).
The film that has undergone the heat development process is uncurled while being
gradually cooled down by the film cooling section, and conveyed to the film release
unit.
After the last film is released, MG1 stops.

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3.7 Film Release Unit

3.7.1 Film Discharge


The film that has undergone the heat development is conveyed to the film release unit
and discharged outside the equipment.
When the film release unit entrance sensor (SJ1) turns OFF after the trailing edge
of film passes the film cooling section, the heat development unit conveyance motor
(MG1) swithces to high speed (CW).
When the film is discharged, MG1 stops concurrently upon expiry of the prescribed
time from the passage of film trailing edge through SJ1 to the exit of film trailing edge
from the equipment.

3.7.2 High Speed Discharge


When the trailing edge of film passes SJ1 and the following conditions are satisfied,
MG1 switches to high speed normal rotation to allow the film to be discharged at high
speed.

Conditions High speed shift


Normal film output (film cooling sec-
Shifted to high speed release upon SJ1-OFF
tion temperature is low)
Normal film output (film cooling sec-
tion temperature is high) Shifted to high speed release upon expiry of
the prescribed time after SJ1-OFF
Cleaning film output
Density measurement film output Not available

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4. DESCRIPTION OF ELECTRICAL
CONTROL

4.1 System Block Diagram

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4.2 Interlock Control
The drive power supply cutoff by the interlock switch of this equipment is shown
below.

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n Disconnection Detection by Photocoupler
The ON/OFF state of interlock switches, relays, and fuses are used for software
control after being converted ON/OFF signal by photocoupler.

n Disconnection Detection by Fuse


The ON/OFF state of fuses are used for software control.

n Stop Load by Interlock Switch


When the interlock function operates, the power of the following load is cut off.
:Power cutoff load
SK1, TPG1-
Unit Symbol Name SA2
SK2 TPG4

Film loading unit (A) SOLA1 Tray lock solenoid  

MB1 Film removing motor  


Removal unit (B) Removal unit conveyance
MB2  
motor

MD1 Film conveyance motor  

Conveyor unit exit roller


Conveyor unit (D) MD2  
grippiing release motor

SOLD1 Stopper solenoid  

Sub-scanning unit (E) ME1 Sub-scanning motor  

Heat development unit


MG1  
conveyor motor
Heat development
unit (G) HG1-HG4 Heater 

FANG1 Cooling fan  

Scanner unit LD LDA board  v

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4.3 Functions of Boards

4.3.1 CPU Board

n Outline
The CPU board performs overall control of the equipment, network input, and image
Processing.

n Main Functions
l CPU
AMD Goede 500 MHz, LX800, cache 128KB
l Chip set
AMD CS5536
l Memory
DDR SDRAM 512MB
l LAN
10Base-T, 100Base-TX, 1000Base-T/1 ch
l PCI
1 slot (PCI 104)
l IDE
CF card slot/1 ch
l USB
None
l Lithium Battery
For RTC and backup RAM (CR2032) (Cannot remove/replace)

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4.3.2 PRN Board n Main Functions
n Outline l LBC block (Image data transfer)
The PRN board converts image data stored in the main memory on the CPU board Performs DMA transfer of image data via the PCI bus, and controls transfer to the
from digital to analog via the following blocks, and sends analog image data to the frame memory.
scanner unit using the coaxial cable.
l CTG block (Image data output)
Performs image data transfer from the frame memory to line memory, and
controls transfer to the DAC based on the start-point/leading edge detection
signal.
l DAC block (Image data analog output)
Converts image data from the line memory from digital to analog, and controls
the laser light power.
l Start-point/leading edge detection signal (Timing generation)
Takes in film leading edge detection sensor (SE1) outputs, and generates output
timing to the exposure area. To accurately obtain start-points in the scanning
direction, a PLL synthesizer is mounted.

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4.3.3 SND Board n Main Functions
n Outline l Sensor I/F
The SND board performs I/O control of the equipment by controlling the CPU board.
Sensor input
• PI 5 mm GAP type............................................x 7
• PI reflection type...............................................x 5
• Interlock state detection....................................x 1
• Fuse disconnection detection...........................x 9
• Film edge sensor..............................................x 1

A/D conversion
• Thermistor........................................................x 6
• Density measurement photo diode...................x 1

Sensor control
• LED lighting control
(Reflection type, film edge sensor)...................x 4
• Density measurement LED lighting control......x 1

l Drive I/F

Control
• 2-phase pulse motor control.............................x 5
• 5-phase pulse motor control.............................x 1
• Solenoid control................................................x 2 (Power down is 1)
• Polygon motor control.......................................x 1
• Cooling fan control............................................x 1 (2 simultaneously controlled)

Drive
• 2-phase pulse motor drive................................x 5
• Solenoid drive...................................................x 2 (Power down is 1)
• Polygon motor drive..........................................x 1
• Cooling fan drive...............................................x 1 (2 simultaneously controlled)

l Interlock

Micoroswitch
• Cover................................................................x 1 (2 serially connected)
• Tray...................................................................x 1

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l Operation Panel I/F
• LED ON/OFF control........................................x 21 (7-segment x 3)
• Switch...............................................................x 1
• Buzzer..............................................................x 1

l Others

For Analysis
• Fuse disconnection detection circuit
• Board version information is controlled by the difference of pullup/down
resistance inplementation

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4.3.4 HTD Board 4.3.5 PSU27A (Power Supply Unit)

n Outline n Outline
The HTD board controls the heater of the heat development unit by control of the SND When the main power switch is turned ON, PSU27A (power supply unit) outputs
board. DC+24V based on the AC power input.
 Input AC voltage
100-120 VAC ±10% (50-60Hz)
 Output DC voltage
+24V
 Rating current
10A
 Overcurrent protection
Provided
 Current leakage
0.22A or less

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4.3.6 PSU28B (Power Supply Unit) n Main Functions
n Outline  Input DC voltage
The PSU28B board steps down the +24V power output from PSU27A to five types of +24 V/10 A
voltage and outputs them. To ensure laser safety, the ±12V output, which is the laser
power, is interlock-controlled by the relay.  Output DC voltage 1 (Continuous output)
+5 VS (+5 V ±4%/0.5 A): Standby power
 Output DC voltage 2 (Output control)
• +5 V ±4%/10 A : All control boards
• +3.3 V ±4%/4 A : All control boards
• ±12 V ±4%/0.5 A : Analog power (Image output, thermistor, density
measurement)
• +24 V ±4%/5 A : Drive power (Motor, solenoid, etc.)
<REMARKS>
Only +5 VS is output for the CPU board and operation panel when the main
power switch is turned ON.

 Output AC voltage
100-240 VAC ±10%(Max. 10.3 A)
<REMARKS>
For the output AC voltage, the input AC power is output via the HTD board for the
heat development heater.

 Laser protection interlock


The ±12 V output of the laser power supply is interlock controlled by relay.

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5. IMAGE PROCESSING 5.1.2 Service Availability
The following shows the transition conditions for enabling/disabling reception of image
This equipment receives image data from devices connected by DICOM protocol from data.
the network, spools them on the SDRAM, and prints them after performing image
processing. This section describes DICOM services supported by this equipment,
l Transition Conditions for Reception Disabled→Reception Enabled
operation timing, and image processing. • After start, use of the communication function was enabled
• If the number of associations which can be accepted does not meet the upper limit
5.1 Image Input l Transition Conditions for Reception Enabled→Reception Disabled
• System end
5.1.1 Valid Services • System down error occurs
The following table shows the DICOM services supported. • The number of association simultaneous acceptances reaching the upper limit
No. Service Name Details <REMARKS>
1 Verification SOP Class Returns response for Echo request (C-Echo). If the service
has been started and response can be returned to the re- Receives image data during start of utility/power save mode. In this case, this
quest, Success is returned. equipment prints film when it returned to the routine status.
2 Basic Grayscale Print Consists of the following four services.
Management Meta 1) Basic Film Session SOP Class
SOP Class 2) Basic Film Box SOP Class 5.1.3 Image Data Reception Availability
3) Basic Grayscale Image Box SOP Class When request for printing of film size not loaded on the equipment is received,
4) Printer SOP Class processing is carried out according to the DICOM substitution specification. Error is
1 Basic Film Session Indicates the parameter common to all film sessions. returned when no corresponding film.
SOP Class For example, number of films, film destination, etc.
2 Basic Film Box Indicates common parameter for one film in the film session. 5.1.4 DICOM Settings and Restrictions
SOP Class Common for all images on one film. The following shows details and restrictions which can be set. (Multi modality
3 Basic Grayscale Indicates parameter applicable for single films in one film and equipment only)
Image Box SOP image pixel data. Item Details
Class
DICOM tag enable/disable Service can be set whether to adopt modality request/configu-
4 Printer SOP Class Exchanges data on printer status. ration setting value for the DICOM tag. Can be set for each
3 Basic Annotation Box Indicates film annotation (normally displays character string). client.
SOP Class Created according to the annotation display format ID (2010, Number of simultaneous The upper limit for associations which can be communi-
0030) value of the Basic Film Box SOP. connection associations cated with the client at the same time is 10. Settings can be
4 Print Job SOP Class Executes print process. Created by ACTION such as Basic changed using PC-Utility.
Film Session SOP, Basic Film Box SOP, etc. Deleted after Number of permitted film The number of permitted film boxes in one session is 32.
completion of output or output failure. boxes in session
5 Print Queue Manage- For performing status monitoring of print queue, deletion Maximum input image size The maximum input image size is 7000 (Rows) x 7000 (Col-
ment SOP Class of jobs for which job information in queue or owner ID are umns).*
known, change of priority.
Requested Decimate/Crop “FAIL” is specified for this tag, and if images which do not fit
6 Presentation LUT Prints using LUT information sent from client. Behavior tag (2020,0040) into the recordable image frame are sent, reception is denied.
SOP Class (Normally, LUT information is registered at this equipment)
Maximum number of con- 64
nection clients registered
*: 3520 (Rows) x 4280 (Columns) for equipments not supporting multi modalities.

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5.2 Image Spool Management Function
The following four image spool functions are available.
• Manages print request of image data received.
• Ensures spool space in the space for two maximum size images.
• As it may not be possible to print due to reasons such as film empty, etc., the print
request is deleted after the completion of printing on film.
• If the tray is replaced, check if image data of the previous size is remaining as
print request. If remaining, the DICOM service is set to offline, and error is notified.
DICOM does not recover from offline until tray of the previous size is loaded.
<REMARKS>
Three levels of priority (HIGH/MEDIUM/LOW) can be set for the print request
managed as the priority of spooled images. Amongst images with the same priority,
those with older print request time have higher priority.
Though DICOM service is supported, it cannot be changed from this operation panel.

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n Approximate Image Spool Amount
l Input Image Area
Image memory board Standard
- 512 MB
- 7000*7000
OS, image information 31 MB
Print buffer 88 MB
Image processing area 42 MB
Input image interpolation 94 MB
area
Log file, etc. 22 MB
Input image area 235 MB
(117 MW)

l Spool Amount
Standard
Data size (Maximum image size: 7000*7000)
Source Image size
(235 MB)
2 byte image 1 byte image 2 byte image 1 byte image

CR 35x43 cm size (3520*4280) 28.7 MB - 7 sheets -


(2 byte image) 26x36 cm size (3600*2540) 17.4 MB - 12 sheets -
7000*7000 93.5 MB 46.7 MB 1 frame 3 frames
5000*5000 47.7 MB 23.8 MB 3 frames 8 frames

Modality 2000*2000 7.6 MB 3.8 MB 29 frames 59 frames


(1 byte or 2 byte image) 1024*1024 2.0 MB 1.0 MB 114 frames 230 frames
512*512 0.5 MB 0.3 MB 462 frames 926 frames
640*512 0.6 MB 0.3 MB 369 frames 740 frames
(9 bits or more) (8 bit image)

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5.3 Image Processing (Multi Modality n Tone Processing
Equipment Only) This equipment corresponds to Dmax=3.0.
It supports two tone processing methods (BAR method/SAR method). Which method
This section describes image processing details and information added to film. is used depends on the Configuration information of each AE-Title. The default setting
5.3.1 Image Processing 1 is SAR method.
5.3.2 Image Processing 2 In the case of the SAR method, the Type 1/Type 2 density processing calculation
5.3.3 Annotation method can be selected. The default value is Type 2.
<REMARKS>
5.3.1 Image Processing 1 Type 1: Density calculation method implementing compensation for the measured
With image processing 1, compensation magnification/reduction processing, tone density
processing, and format processing are implemented. Type 2: Density processing calculation method with smoother tone expression than
Type 1. Tone continuity improves in low density areas below 0.4
n Compensation Magnification/Reduction Processing
Corresponds to the SSM and A-VR processes. The following table shows the n Format Processing
processing details.
Print format processing for arrangement in one film is performed. The maximum
Priority Evaluation conditions Processing details number of image frames is 70. Supports film annotation function for displaying the
High NONE is specified for Magnifica- Compensation magnification/reduction processing hospital name, etc.
tion Type (2010, 0060) using the is not performed Also supports the Extension Format of the following devices.
DICOM tag
DICOM output size specification Increases the magnification/reduction rate to 1/255- Manufacturer Model ID
(Reqested Image Size:2020,0030) 255/1 and processes in specified unit of 0.1 mm Siemens -- SM

Configuration information available Processed according to the configuration Phillips EasyVision EV
(For AE-Title)
HITACHI Medico DR2000 Series HM
Configuration not available Processed according to the default configuration
Low (For AE-Title) Clavis View HM

Processing is carried out according to the following if recording of images larger than FUJIFILM HI-C655QA CR
the image frame is requested. HI-C655D CR
Priority Evaluation conditions Processing details CR-IR346CL CR
High When Requested Decimate/Crop DECIMATE: Reduced in size so that fits inside im- (Console for FCR XG-1)
Behavior tag is present age frame CR-IR348CL CR
CROP: Recordable area center is adjusted to (Console for FCR 5000)
the center of the specified image and
excess parts are cut off Synapse CR
FAIL: Reception is rejected. As rejection is
↓ returned during image input, no pro-
cessing is carried out
Configuration information available Processed according to the configuration
(For AE-Title)
Configuration not available Reduced until fits the image frame
Low (For AE-Title)

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5.3.2 Image Processing 2
In image processing 2, sharpness correction, density correction, and uniformity
correction are performed.

n Sharpness Correction
Secondary vagueness masking is performed on input images. The calculation
parameters are mask size (main scanning, sub-scanning directions), and emphasis
(main scanning, sub-scanning directions).

n Density Correction
Converts image data to output 12-bits according to the density correction table to set
the total density tone of the system to the designated tone characteristics. The density
correctable table is provided for each tray.

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5.3.3 Annotation Item Details
This equipment supports the following functions for annotation. Macro support Supports macro. The following table shows the supported macro.
Macro Expanded data
Item Details
%YYYY% Year accepted
Character layout Six patterns can be specified for the character layout setting.
1) Only upper (lower) left is defined %MM% Month accepted
Characters are left-aligned and printed. The whole film printing area
width is used. %DD% Day accepted
2) Only upper (lower) right is defined %MON% Month accepted in English
Characters are right-aligned and printed. The whole film printing area
width is used. %TIME% Time accepted
3) Only upper (lower) center is defined
Characters are center-aligned and printed. The whole film printing %IPADDR% IP address
area width is used. %AET% AE title
4) The two layouts upper (lower) left and upper (lower) right are defined.
The printing area width is divided into two left and right, and printed. %ALIAS% Name by client
They are printed left-aligned and right-aligned. The respective two-byte displays are also supported except for “%AET%”
5) The two layouts upper (lower) left and upper (lower) center, or upper and “%ALIAS%”. This equipment outputs “%RESOLUTION%” by “STD”.
(lower) right and upper (lower) center are defined.
The printing area width is divided into three areas and printed. Image annotation By using the (2031, 1020) Annotation Image Sequence private tag (on
6) The three layouts upper (lower) left, upper (lower) right, and upper condition that it is used between FUJIFILM equipment), image data is ar-
(lower) center are defined. ranged on the film as annotation.
The printing area width is divided into three areas and printed.
Character code One-byte kana and two-byte kanji are support. The character code fol-
lows the tag specification (0008, 0005).
The following table shows the corresponding character set.
Character set Supported characters
Without tag/ISO_IR_6 Default repertory
ISO_IR100 Latin alphabet No. 1
ISO_IR13 One-byte kana
ISO 2022 OR13\ISO 2022 IR One-byte Kana+ Kanji. This is
87 the Japanese supported pattern.

Priority order of Synthesis is performed by the following priority order (high to low).
synthesis 1) Image data from client
2) Character data from client
3) Client setting default annotation
4) Default client setting default annotation
When set to “Use default annotation: No” using the extension format, this
equipment will operate as “No annotation output”.
Display area Annotation area which is twice/three times/four times the default can be
set by client in the height direction.

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6. PRINTING FORMATS 6.2 Standard Formats
This equipment supports the following standard formats for all film sizes.
This chapter describes printing formats such as format names, standard formats, and No. of frames/film: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 12, 15, 16, 18, 20, 24, 25, 28, 30, 32, 35, 36, 40,
mixed formats. 42, 48, 49, 54, 56, 63, 64, 70

6.1 Reading the Format Name Portrait Landscape


In “STANDARD\c, r”, c and r indicate the following values. STANDARD\1,1 STANDARD\5,5 STANDARD\1,1 STANDARD\6,6
c (Column) : No. of frames in the horizontal direction STANDARD\1,2 STANDARD\5,6 STANDARD\1,2 STANDARD\7,4
r (Row) : No. of frames in the vertical direction
STANDARD\1,3 STANDARD\5,7 STANDARD\2,1 STANDARD\7,5
For example, they are as shown in the following for “STANDARD\3, 4”. STANDARD\2,1 STANDARD\5,8 STANDARD\2,2 STANDARD\7,6
STANDARD\2,2 STANDARD\6,6 STANDARD\3,1 STANDARD\7,7
STANDARD\2,3 STANDARD\6,7 STANDARD\3,2 STANDARD\8,4
STANDARD\2,4 STANDARD\6,8 STANDARD\3,3 STANDARD\8,5
STANDARD\3,3 STANDARD\6,9 STANDARD\4,2 STANDARD\8,6
STANDARD\3,4 STANDARD\6,10 STANDARD\4,3 STANDARD\8,7

STANDARD\3,5 STANDARD\7,7 STANDARD\4,4 STANDARD\8,8
STANDARD\3,6 STANDARD\7,8 STANDARD\5,3 STANDARD\9,6
STANDARD\4,4 STANDARD\7,9 STANDARD\5,4 STANDARD\9,7
STANDARD\4,5 STANDARD\7,10 STANDARD\5,5 STANDARD\10,6
STANDARD\4,6 STANDARD\8,8 STANDARD\6,3 STANDARD\10,7
STANDARD\4,7 STANDARD\6,4
STANDARD\4,8 STANDARD\6,5

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6.3 Mixed Formats l 10” x 14” (26 cm x 36 cm) PORTRAIT MIXED FORMAT

The following shows the frame layout of the mixed formats of each film size supported
by this equipment.
l 14” x 17” (35 cm x 43 cm) PORTRAIT MIXED FORMAT

l 10” x 14” (26 cm x 36 cm) LANDSCAPE MIXED FORMAT

l 14” x 14” (35 cm x 35 cm) MIXED FORMAT l 10” x 12” (25 cm x 30 cm) PORTRAIT MIXED FORMAT

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l 10” x 12” (25 cm x 30 cm) LANDSCAPE MIXED FORMAT

l 8” x 10” (20 cm x 25 cm) PORTRAIT MIXED FORMAT

l 8” x 10” (20 cm x 25 cm) LANDSCAPE MIXED FORMAT

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CONTROL SHEET
Issue Date Revision Number Reason Pages Affected

11.25.2008 00 New release for UL (00 (1) Edition) (FM5451) All pages
03.20.2009 00 New release (00 (2) Edition) (FM5501) All pages
04.20.2009 01 Revised edition release (FM5532) All pages
05.20.2009 01(1) New release for the field (FM5546) All pages

FM-DL 100 SERVICE MANUAL 06.30.2009 02 Revised (For main unit software V1.3, V2.0
(supports multi modalities), etc) (FM5568)
62, 63

08.13.2009 02 Revised (FM5585) 1, 62


10.26.2009 03 Revised (FM5606) 1, 1.1-1.8, 62

TROUBLESHOOTING (MT)

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1. TROUBLESHOOTING METHOD
When malfunctions occur in the equipment, analyze them from error code and perform
the required corrections.

n Troubleshooting from Error Codes


When an error code is displayed on the screen, analyze the malfunction from that
error code.
When no error codes are displayed, the malfunction can be analyzed if an error
message is logged in the error log.
When analyzing malfunctions from error codes, refer to “3. ERROR CODE TABLE”.

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2. ERROR CODE

2.1 Checking Error Codes


For details on error codes, refer to “3. ERROR CODE TABLE” for the meaning of the
error which has occurred, suspected cause, and remedy.
When analyzing an error code, also refer to the detailed code provided.
To differentiate the place of error (printer or formatter), look up the name displayed
under “Component” on the error code table in the following table.

Component Error Type Place of Error


FLH Film conveyance related error
MFC Data setting/system related error
DEN Internal densitometer related error
Temperature control system related
DEV
error Printer error
POL Polygon motor control related error
PNL Panel control related error
SCN Scanner related error
ESN Film edge sensor related error
DICOM DICOM error
Spooler Spooler error
ImgPrc Image processing error
Output Output control error
JobMake Test pattern generation error
Main MAIN control error
Formatter error
File transfer error
PCUTL
(Using the PC Tool in normal state)
File transfer error
Satellite (Using the PC Tool during initializa-
tion error)
StartUp Initialization error
File transfer error (Using the PC
Installer
Tool at initialization

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2.2 Format of Detailed Information 2.2.1 FLH Related (Conveyance) Errors Detailed Information
Perform this check only for analyzing error codes of the printer. n 2-A (Sensor Related Errors)
In the usual troubleshooting, find the corresponding error code from the error code
tables, and refer to the suspected causes and remedy methods indicated to resolve Errors occurring in initialization self-diagnosis, removal, recording, constant
the problem. monitoring, etc. (Including mechanism, etc.)
However if the problem persists, or to investigate the problem in further detail, check Convert the hexadecimal 4-digit code to binary, compare the bit maps, and investigate
the following detailed information to analyze the problem. the input state corresponding to each bit.
1=ON (Close), 0=OFF (Open)
n Checking Detailed Information of Error Codes

1. Check the corresponding error code and its detailed information at


the error message display, or at [Display Error Log] of the PC-Utility.

2. Check the detailed information format number at “3. ERROR CODE l 2-A-1 (Conveyance Related Information (Type S1))
TABLE” and refer to the corresponding format. Displays states of sensors (0/1) when an error occurs.

3. Find the format information from the 4-digit detailed information, and
analyze the problem.

l 2-A-4 (Conveyance Related Information (Type S4))


Displays states of sensors (0/1) when an error occurs.

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l 2-A-5 (Electric Related Information (Type E)) n 2-B (File I/O Error)
Displays states of sensors (0/1) when an error occurs.
l 2-B-1 (Type F)
Error which occurs when a file could not be accessed properly. Displays the number
of the file causing the error and the causes.

File number
201: Conveyance timer file (For mechanism)
202: Conveyance timer file (For size)
203: Conveyance timer file (For M-Utility)
204: Conveyance counter file
205: PM control parameter file (For mechanism)
206: PM control parameter file (For size)
207: PM control parameter file (For M-Utility)
208: Timer file for PM time monitoring
Causes
1: Open error
2: Read error
3: Write error
4: Conversion error
5: Line specification error
6: Column specification error
7: Size specification error
8: External file data error
A: Data range error (Detected by application)

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n 2-E (PC-Utility Operation Error) n 2-F (For Error Analysis)
l 2-E-1 (Type U) l 2-F-4
Displays the PC-Utility command number and parameter of errors which occur when Displays the temperature when an error occurs in subscanning speed correction
the removal operation of the PC-Utility was not executed as specified. calculation. (unit: 1°C)
However, if the temperature is minus (-1 to -99 °C), “F” will be displayed at the first
digit.

PC-Utility command number


08: Unit Operation..................................................................... (1)
10: Grip (Action:MD2 only)........................................................ (2)
Parameter number
When (1)
0: Home Positioning
1: Film Surface
2: Film Suction
3: Upper Limit
4: Film Fanning
5: Film Release
6: Film Convey
7: Removing
When (2)
0: Home Positioning
3: Grip

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2.2.2 DEN Related (Internal Densitometer) Errors Detailed 2.2.3 ESN Related (Film Edge Sensor Related) Errors
Information Detailed Information

n 4-A (File I/O Error) n 8-B (Outside Range Data)


Error which occurs when a file could not be accessed properly. Displays the causes. Displays the error value when the edge sensor data value is abnormal (outside range).

n 8-C (No Acquired Data)


Displays the file number during edge sensor related data file acquisition when the file
could not be created due to no data.
n 4-B (Insufficient Effective Density Measurement)
Displays the effective data acquired by AD data analysis in decimal 4-digits when the
number of effective AD data measured by the density measurement section is less
than the minimum number of effective data (NOTE).

NOTE: The number of effective data is 90% of the number of data logically measured. File number
The number of effective data required for 24-steps pattern is above 5613, that
for 17-steps pattern is above 4158, and that for QC pattern is above 1300. 0: Edge sensor data file
1: Nonvolatile memory edge sensor data file
2: Edge sensor monitoring data file
3: Edge sensor average value data file

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2.2.4 DEV Related (Temperature Control Related) Errors n 9-C (Film Cooling Section, Recording Section Thermistor
Detailed Information Disconnection Error)
Error which occurs when the thermistor of the film cooling section or recording section
n 9-A (Temperature Error) is disconnected. Displays the thermistor temperature (A/D value).
Displays the temperature when the temperature is outside the specified range in
heater temperature control. (Unit: 1°C)
However, if the temperature is minus (-1 to -99°C), “F” will be displayed at the second
digit from the left.

n 9-D (File I/O Error)


Error which occurs when a file could not be accessed properly. Displays the causes.

n 9-B (Heater Thermistor Disconnection Error) n 9-E (Heater Control Task Start Error)
Error which occurs when the heater thermistor is disconnected. Displays the heater Displays the heater number when the heater temperature control task start ends in
number and thermistor temperature (A/D value). error.

n 9-F (General Error Details)


Displayed when no detailed information.

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n 9-H (Heat Development Control Parameter Value Error)
Displays the causes when heat development control parameter value errors are
detected.

Code details
Cause
0001: Target temperature setting error
0003: Heater control TCYC1 value error
1004: A system fan control TCYC2 value error
1005: A system fan control DUTY value: fr1 error
1006: A system fan control DUTY value: fr2 error
1007: A system fan control DUTY value: fr3 error
1008: A system fan control DUTY value: fr4 error
0009: Heater control DUTY value error
000A: Photosensing material correction parameter SBC1 value error
000B: Photosensing material correction parameter KBC value error
000C: TRAY number error at photosensing material correction parameter setting
000D: Photosensing material correction parameter SBC4 value error
2004: B system fan control TCYC2 value error
2005: B system fan control DUTY value: fr1 error
2006: B system fan control DUTY value: fr2 error
2007: B system fan control DUTY value: fr3 error
2008: B system fan control DUTY value: fr4 error
000E: Voltage DUTY parameter value error
000F: Equipment voltage parameter value error
001F: Language information parameter value error

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3. ERROR CODE TABLE
<NOTE>
The error codes of this equipment are displayed in three digits on the 7-segment LED of the operation panel. Error logs are logged using error codes (four digits) and
details codes (four digits), and therefore need to be reread.

LED Error Detailed


Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information

201 Front cover open The front cover is open. Close the front cover. 1212 2-A-4 FLH Close the cover.

The tray was open in initialization 285RU: IP TRAPPED


203 Tray open error
and removal.
Close the tray. 1225 2-A-1 FLH
INSIDE READER.
Tray shutter present The shutter was inserted in the tray
204 error in initialization and removal.
Remove the shutter of the tray. 1227 2-A-1 FLH Pull out the shutter.

The shutter is inserted (degenerated state).


Or malfunction of the SA1 sensor or SA1 port of
The shutter is inserted in the tray the SND board.
(degenerated state) at startup 1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
Tray shutter present
205 error at startup
initialization by user operations. Or perform mechanism adjustments. 02C0 2-A-1 FLH Pull out the shutter.
all trays cannot be used due to the 2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
corresponding error. motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Tray shutter uninserted Attempted to open the tray, but the Insert the shutter and open
206 error shutter was not inserted.
After inserting the shutter, open the tray. 1233 2-A-1 FLH
the film tray.
Density measurement The automatically measured Execute automatic density measurement again. If 290RU: IP TRAPPED
207 error density value is incorrect. the error persists, contact your dealer.
1801 None DEN
INSIDE READER.
The measured density of the QC Execute QC output again. If the error persists, 291RU: IP TRAPPED
208 QC failure
printed film is abnormal. contact your dealer.
1802 None DEN
INSIDE READER.
The laser lifespan is about one 292RU: IP TRAPPED
209 Laser lifespan notice
month.
Contact your dealer to replace the laser unit. 1803 FFFF SCN
INSIDE READER.

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LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
The laser lifespan has been 293RU: IP TRAPPED
210 Laser lifespan warning
exceeded.
Contact your dealer to replace the laser unit. 1804 FFFF SCN
INSIDE READER.
The size of the film on which
received images are printed and Change to the tray loaded with 35x43 cm size 289RU: IP TRAPPED
211 Film size differences
that of the film in the currently set film.
1811 None MAIN
INSIDE READER.
tray are different.
The size of the film on which
received images are printed and Change to the tray loaded with 35x35 cm size 289RU: IP TRAPPED
212 Film size differences
that of the film in the currently set film.
1812 None MAIN
INSIDE READER.
tray are different.
The size of the film on which
received images are printed and Change to the tray loaded with 26x36 cm size 289RU: IP TRAPPED
213 Film size differences
that of the film in the currently set film.
1813 None MAIN
INSIDE READER.
tray are different.
The size of the film on which
received images are printed and Change to the tray loaded with 25x30 cm size 289RU: IP TRAPPED
214 Film size differences
that of the film in the currently set film.
1814 None MAIN
INSIDE READER.
tray are different.
The size of the film on which
received images are printed and Change to the tray loaded with 20x25 cm size 289RU: IP TRAPPED
215 Film size differences
that of the film in the currently set film.
1815 None MAIN
INSIDE READER.
tray are different.
Unregistered tray An unregistered tray has been 289RU: IP TRAPPED
219 inserted inserted.
Changed to a registered tray. 1819 None MAIN
INSIDE READER.

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LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Film dropped during removal.
Or malfunction of SD1 sensor or MB2 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SD1 port
of the SND board, or malfunction of the MB2
At completion of removal process, controller.
Tray removal unit jam did not detect normal SD1 CLOSE 1. Check if film has dropped. A film jams in the removal
220 error (film leading edge detection). 2. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
1291 2-A-1 FLH
unit.Please removing Film.
(Retryover) perform mechanism adjustments.
3. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
4. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
The remainder is not discharged normally from
the removal unit.
Or malfunction of the SD1 sensor, or MB2 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SD1 ports
of the SND board, or malfunction of the MB2
Conveyed film to the conveyor unit
Tray removal unit controller.
by discharge remainder, but did not A film jams in the removal
221 jam error (Discharge
detect SD1 CLOSE (film leading
1. Check if film has dropped. 12A9 2-A-1 FLH
unit.Please removing Film.
remainder) 2. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
edge detection).
perform mechanism adjustments.
3. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
4. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Jam occurred during conveyance.
Open the right cover, and remove the jammed
film.
Conveyed film to the conveyor unit, 1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
Conveyor unit jam but did not detect SD2 CLOSE (film perform mechanism adjustments. A film jams in the conveyor
222 error leading edge detection). SD2, MD1, MB2
2294 2-A-4 FLH
unit.Please removing Film.
(Currently retrying) 2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.

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LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Jam occurred during conveyance.
Open the right cover, and remove the jammed
film.
Conveyed film to the conveyor unit, 1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
Conveyor unit jam but did not detect SD2 CLOSE (film perform mechanism adjustments. A film jams in the conveyor
223 error leading edge detection). SD2, MD1, MB2
1295 2-A-4 FLH
unit.Please removing Film.
(Retryover) 2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board
The remainder is not discharged normally from
the conveyor unit.
Or malfunction of the SD2 sensor, or MD1, MB2
motors.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SD2 port
Conveyed film to the conveyor unit of the SND board, or malfunction of the MD1, MB2
Conveyor unit jam
by discharge remainder, but did not controller. A film jams in the conveyor
224 error
detect SD2 CLOSE (film leading 1. Check if film has dropped.
12B1 2-A-4 FLH
unit.Please removing Film.
(Discharge remainder)
edge detection). 2. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
perform mechanism adjustments.
3. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
4. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Jam occurred during recording conveyance.
Open the upper front cover, and remove the
jammed film.
1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
Conveyed film to the sub-scanning A film jams in the sub-
Sub-scanning unit jam perform mechanism adjustments.
225 error
unit, but did not detect SD2 OPEN
SD2, MD1, ME1
1296 2-A-4 FLH scanning unit.Please
(film trailing edge detection). removing Film.
2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.

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LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Jam occurred during recording conveyance.
Open the upper front cover, and remove the
jammed film.
1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
Conveyed film to the sub-scanning A film jams in the sub-
Sub-scanning unit jam perform mechanism adjustments.
226 error
unit, but did not detect SG1 CLOSE
SG1, MD1, ME1
1297 2-A-4 FLH scanning unit.Please
(film leading edge detection). removing Film.
2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
The remainder is not discharged normally from
the sub-scanning unit.
Or malfunction of the SD2 sensor, or MD1, ME1
motors.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SD2 port
Conveyed film to the sub-scanning of the SND board, or malfunction of the MD1, ME1
Sub-scanning unit jam A film jams in the sub-
unit by discharge remainder, but controller.
227 error
did not detect SD2 OPEN (film 1. Check if film has dropped.
12B2 2-A-4 FLH scanning unit.Please
(Discharge remainder) removing Film.
trailing edge detection). 2. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
perform mechanism adjustments.
3. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
4. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
The remainder is not discharged normally from
the sub-scanning unit.
Or malfunction of the SG1 sensor, or MD1, ME1
motors.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SG1 port
Conveyed film to the sub-scanning of the SND board, or malfunction of the MD1, ME1
Sub-scanning unit jam A film jams in the sub-
unit by discharge remainder, but controller.
228 error
did not detect SG1 CLOSE (film 1. Check if film has dropped.
12B3 2-A-4 FLH scanning unit.Please
(Discharge remainder) removing Film.
leading edge detection). 2. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
perform mechanism adjustments.
3. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
4. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.

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LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Jam occurred during heat development
conveyance.
Open the front cover, and remove the jammed
film.
Conveyed film to the heat
1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and A film jams in the heat
Heat development unit development unit, but did not detect
229 jam error SJ1 CLOSE (film leading edge
perform mechanism adjustments. 1299 2-A-4 FLH development unit.Please
SJ1, ME1, MG1 removing Film.
detection).
2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
The remainder is not discharged normally from
the heat development unit.
Or malfunction of the SG1 sensor, or ME1, MG1
motors.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SG1 port
Conveyed film to the heat of the SND board, or malfunction of the ME1,
Heat development unit A film jams in the heat
development unit by discharge MG1 controller.
230 jam error
remainder, but did not detect SG1 1. Check if film has dropped.
12B4 2-A-4 FLH development unit.Please
(Discharge remainder) removing Film.
OPEN (film trailing edge detection). 2. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
perform mechanism adjustments.
3. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
4. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
The remainder is not discharged normally from
the heat development unit.
Or malfunction of the SJ1 sensor, or MG1 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SJ1 port
Conveyed film to the heat of the SND board, or malfunction of the MG1
Heat development unit development unit by discharge controller. A film jams in the heat
231 jam error remainder, but did not detect 1. Check if film has dropped. 12B5 2-A-4 FLH development unit.Please
(Discharge remainder) SJ1 CLOSE (film leading edge 2. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and removing Film.
detection). perform mechanism adjustments.
3. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
4. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.

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LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Jam occurred during film release conveyance.
Open the front cover, and remove the jammed
film.
1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
Conveyed film to the film release
Film release unit jam perform mechanism adjustments. A film jams in the film release
232 error
unit, but did not detect SJ1 OPEN
SJ1, MG1
12A0 2-A-4 FLH
unit.Please removing Film.
(film trailing edge detection).
2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Jam occurred during film release conveyance.
Open the front cover, and remove the jammed
film.
1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
Conveyed film to the film release
Film release unit jam perform mechanism adjustments. A film jams in the film release
233 error
unit, but did not detect SJ2 CLOSE
SJ2, MG1
12A1 2-A-4 FLH
unit.Please removing Film.
(film leading edge detection).
2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Jam occurred during film release conveyance.
Open the front cover, and remove the jammed
film.
1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
Conveyed film to the film release
Film release unit jam perform mechanism adjustments. A film jams in the film release
234 error
unit, but did not detect SJ2 OPEN
SJ2, MG1
12A2 2-A-4 FLH
unit.Please removing Film.
(film trailing edge detection).
2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.

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LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
The remainder is not discharged normally from
the film release unit.
Or malfunction of the SJ1 sensor, or MG1 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SJ1 port
of the SND board, or malfunction of the MG1
Conveyed film to the film release
Film release unit jam controller.
unit by discharge remainder, but A film jams in the film release
235 error
did not detect SJ1 OPEN (film
1. Check if film has dropped. 12B6 2-A-4 FLH
unit.Please removing Film.
(Discharge remainder) 2. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
trailing edge detection).
perform mechanism adjustments.
3. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
4. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
The remainder is not discharged normally from
the film release unit.
Or malfunction of the SJ2 sensor, or MG1 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SJ2 port
of the SND board, or malfunction of the MG1
Conveyed film to the film release
Film release unit jam controller.
unit by discharge remainder, but 310RU: IP TRAPPED
236 error
did not detect SJ2 CLOSE (film
1. Check if film has dropped. 12B7 2-A-4 FLH
INSIDE READER.
(Discharge remainder) 2. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
leading edge detection).
perform mechanism adjustments.
3. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
4. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
The remainder is not discharged normally from
the film release unit.
Or malfunction of the SJ2 sensor, or MG1 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SJ2 port
of the SND board, or malfunction of the MG1
Conveyed film to the film release
Film release unit jam controller.
unit by discharge remainder, but A film jams in the film release
237 error
did not detect SJ2 OPEN (film
1. Check if film has dropped. 12B8 2-A-4 FLH
unit.Please removing Film.
(Discharge remainder) 2. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
trailing edge detection).
perform mechanism adjustments.
3. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
4. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.

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MT-9
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
A jam occurred during discharge conveyance.
Open the front cover and remove the jammed film.
1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
Conveyed film to the film release perform mechanism adjustments.
Film release unit A film jams in the film release
238 entrance jam error
unit, but did not detect SJ1 OPEN SJ1, MG1 22D6 2-A-4 FLH
unit.Please removing Film.
(film trailing edge detection). 2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
A jam occurred during discharge conveyance.
Open the front cover and remove the jammed film.
1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
Conveyed film to the film release perform mechanism adjustments.
Film release unit exit A film jams in the film release
239 jam error
unit, but did not detect SJ2 CLOSE SJ2, MG1 22D7 2-A-4 FLH
unit.Please removing Film.
(film leading edge detection). 2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
A jam occurred during discharge conveyance.
Open the front cover and remove the jammed film.
1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
Conveyed film to the film release perform mechanism adjustments.
Film release unit exit A film jams in the film release
240 jam error
unit, but did not detect SJ2 OPEN SJ2, MG1 22D8 2-A-4 FLH
unit.Please removing Film.
(film trailing edge detection). 2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Jam occurred during front conveyance.
Although film was conveyed to
Open the right covers and remove the film.
the recording unit, failed to detect
1. Using the PC-Utility, perform sensor check,
SD2 CLOSE (film leading edge
Conveyor unit jam motor check, and mechanism adjustments. A film jams in the conveyor
241 error
detection). (Currently retrying)
2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
22E0 2-A-4 FLH
unit.Please removing Film.
Error occurred again due to motor
motors.
stop.
3. If the problem still persists, replace SND
(Maybe already stopped)
board.

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MT-10
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Jam occurred during front conveyance.
Although film was conveyed to Open the right (upper and lower) covers and
the recording unit, failed to detect remove the film.
SD2 CLOSE (film leading edge 1. Using the PC-Utility, perform sensor check,
Conveyor unit jam A film jams in the conveyor
242 error
detection). (Retry-over) motor check, and mechanism adjustments. 12E1 2-A-4 FLH
unit.Please removing Film.
Error occurred again due to motor 2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
stop. motors.
(Maybe already stopped) 3. If the problem still persists, replace SND
board.

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MT-11
LED Error Detailed
Significance Remedy Detailed Information Component Error Message
Display Code Code
1. Install the software.
Contact the Fujifilm service
250 Semaphore table initialization error 2. Check that the CF is set correctly. None 000C 0001 StartUp
personnel.
3. Replace the CF.
1. Install the software.
Contact the Fujifilm service
251 Message ID acquisition error 2. Check that the CF is set correctly. None 000C 0002 StartUp
personnel.
3. Replace the CF.
1. Install the software.
SND connection board Contact the Fujifilm service
252 disconnected
2. Check that the CF is set correctly. None 000C 0003 StartUp
personnel.
3. Replace the CF.
1. Install the software.
Contact the Fujifilm service
253 Driver error 2. Check that the CF is set correctly. None 000C 0004 StartUp
personnel.
3. Replace the CF.
1. Install the software.
Folder generation error from Contact the Fujifilm service
254 RAMDISK
2. Check that the CF is set correctly. None 000C 0005 StartUp
personnel.
3. Replace the CF.
1. Install the software.
Contact the Fujifilm service
255 File copy error to RAMDISK 2. Check that the CF is set correctly. None 000C 0006 StartUp
personnel.
3. Replace the CF.
1. Install the software.
Contact the Fujifilm service
256 ISC thread start error 2. Check that the CF is set correctly. None 000C 0007 StartUp
personnel.
3. Replace the CF.
1. Install the software.
Contact the Fujifilm service
257 DBG thread start error 2. Check that the CF is set correctly. None 000C 0008 StartUp
personnel.
3. Replace the CF.
1. Install the software.
Contact the Fujifilm service
258 MFC thread start error 2. Check that the CF is set correctly. None 000C 0009 StartUp
personnel.
3. Replace the CF.
1. Install the software.
Image processing memory Contact the Fujifilm service
259 initialization error
2. Check that the CF is set correctly. None 000C 000A StartUp
personnel.
3. Replace the CF.

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MT-12
LED Error Detailed
Significance Remedy Detailed Information Component Error Message
Display Code Code
1. Install the software.
Contact the Fujifilm service
260 PNL thread error 2. Check that the CF is set correctly. None 000C 000B StartUp
personnel.
3. Replace the CF.
1. Install the software.
Contact the Fujifilm service
261 7-segment LED display error 2. Check that the CF is set correctly. None 000C 000C StartUp
personnel.
3. Replace the CF.
1. Install the software.
Contact the Fujifilm service
262 Message error 2. Check that the CF is set correctly. None 000C 000D StartUp
personnel.
3. Replace the CF.
1. Install the software.
Contact the Fujifilm service
263 Th2ONFLG deletion error 2. Check that the CF is set correctly. None 200C 000E StartUp
personnel.
3. Replace the CF.
1. Install the software.
Contact the Fujifilm service
264 Unexpected message error 2. Check that the CF is set correctly. None 000C 000F StartUp
personnel.
3. Replace the CF.
1. Install the software.
Contact the Fujifilm service
265 Install processing error 2. Check that the CF is set correctly. None 000C 0010 StartUp
personnel.
3. Replace the CF.
1. Install the software.
Contact the Fujifilm service
266 Disc flash error 2. Check that the CF is set correctly. None 200C 0011 StartUp
personnel.
3. Replace the CF.
1. Install the software.
Occurred inconsistency in the file Contact the Fujifilm service
267 system.
2. Check that the CF is set correctly. None 000C 0012 StartUp
personnel.
3. Replace the CF.
1. Install the software.
File open error during file open Contact the Fujifilm service
268 checking
2. Check that the CF is set correctly. None 200C 0013 StartUp
personnel.
3. Replace the CF.
1. Install the software.
Contact the Fujifilm service
269 Disc unmount error 2. Check that the CF is set correctly. None 200C 0014 StartUp
personnel.
3. Replace the CF.

020-201-01(1)E FM-DL 100 Service Manual MT-12


MT-13
LED Error Detailed
Significance Remedy Detailed Information Component Error Message
Display Code Code
Failed in securing area for Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
300 communication processing. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0001 Main
personnel.
Mounted memory does not satisfy Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
301 operating conditions of the system. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0002 Main
personnel.
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
302 Invalid parameter was specified.
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0003 Main
personnel.
Failed in DICOM control execution Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
303 start request. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0004 Main
personnel.
Failed in communication end Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
304 request to DICOM control. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0005 Main
personnel.
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
305 Failed in calling GUI method.
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0006 Main
personnel.
Failed in JOB completion Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
306 communication processing. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0007 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling the print request Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
307 method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0008 Main
personnel.
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
308 Failed in image initializing request.
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0009 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling image processing Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
309 request method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 000A Main
personnel.
Failed in re-reading instruction of Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
310 density correction table. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 000B Main
personnel.
Failed in calling JOB generation
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
311 request (SMPTE/execution)
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 000C Main
personnel.
method.
Failed in calling JOB generation
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
312 request (scanner diagnosis)
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 000D Main
personnel.
method.
Failed in calling JOB generation Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
313 request (flat pattern) method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 8000E Main
personnel.

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MT-14
LED Error Detailed
Significance Remedy Detailed Information Component Error Message
Display Code Code
Failed in calling JOB generation Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
314 request (cleaning) method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 000F Main
personnel.
Failed in calling JOB priority order Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
315 change completion method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0010 Main
personnel.
Failed in initializing output control Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
316 unit. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0011 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling utility request Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
317 method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0012 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling energy-saving Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
318 instruction method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0013 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling print request Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
319 method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0014 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling transfer request Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
320 method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0015 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling output control end Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
321 instruction method CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0016 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling removal permission Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
322 notification method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0017 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling end request Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
323 method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0018 Main
personnel.
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
324 Failed in calling PC-Utility method.
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0019 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling image processing Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
325 completion setting request method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 001A Main
personnel.
Failed in calling removal process Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
326 JOB acquisition request method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 001B Main
personnel.
Failed in calling image processing Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
327 JOB acquisition request method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 001C Main
personnel.

020-201-01(1)E FM-DL 100 Service Manual MT-14


MT-15
LED Error Detailed
Significance Remedy Detailed Information Component Error Message
Display Code Code
Failed in calling RAW data transfer Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
328 JOB acquisition request method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 001D Main
personnel.
Failed in calling tray information Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
329 renewal notification method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 001E Main
personnel.
Failed in calling output processing Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
330 completion notification method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 001F Main
personnel.
Failed in spooler control execution Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
331 start request. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0020 Main
personnel.
Failed in spooler control transfer Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
332 completion notification. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0021 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling JOB spool request Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
333 method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0022 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling unprocessed JOB Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
334 recovery request method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0023 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling JOB priority order Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
335 change request method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0024 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling deletion request Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
336 method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0025 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling initialization method Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
337 of output control. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0026 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling Queue deletion Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
338 request results notification method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0027 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling JOB start Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
339 notification method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0028 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling preprint response Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
340 notification method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0029 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling printer information Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
341 request response method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 002A Main
personnel.

020-201-01(1)E FM-DL 100 Service Manual MT-15


MT-16
LED Error Detailed
Significance Remedy Detailed Information Component Error Message
Display Code Code
Failed in calling image reception Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
342 completion notification method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 002B Main
personnel.
Failed in calling system information Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
343 printing method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 002C Main
personnel.
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
344 Request in unexpected mode.
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 002D Main
personnel.
Failed in calling uniformity table re- Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
345 reading method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 002E Main
personnel.
Failed in calling printer image Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
346 correction mode setting method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 002F Main
personnel.
Failed in calling tray state change Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
347 notification method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0030 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling delete all JOB Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
348 request method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0031 Main
personnel.
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
355 Failed in reprint verification request.
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0038 Main
personnel.
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
356 Failed in reprint spool request.
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0039 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling QC test pattern Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
357 output method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 003A Main
personnel.
Failed in calling printer state change Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
358 notification method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 003B Main
personnel.
Failed in calling system information Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
369 acquisition method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0046 Main
personnel.
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
370 Failed in copying file.
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0047 Main
personnel.

020-201-01(1)E FM-DL 100 Service Manual MT-16


MT-17
LED Error Detailed
Significance Remedy Detailed Information Component Error Message
Display Code Code
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
371 Failed in loading file.
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0048 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling resistance Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
372 correction reloading method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0049 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling main scanning
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
373 image position adjustment
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 004A Main
personnel.
parameter table reloading method.
Failed in calling resistance Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
374 correction reloading method CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 004B Main
personnel.
Failed in calling setting method of
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
375 the number of films remaining in
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 004C Main
personnel.
tray.
Failed in loading setting file of the Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
376 energy-saving. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 004D Main
personnel.
Failed in calling direction method of Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
377 the energy-saving. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 004E Main
personnel.
Failed in calling transferring request Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
378 method of the energy-saving. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 004F Main
personnel.
Failed in calling recovering request Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
379 method of the energy-saving. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0050 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling control notification Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
380 method of the status lamp. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0051 Main
personnel.
Failed in renewing number of the Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
383 accumulated used films. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0054 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling power off request Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
384 method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0055 Main
personnel.
Recheck the software to be installed and replace Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
385 Failed in copying installation data.
the CF. source code
0008 0056 Main
personnel.

020-201-01(1)E FM-DL 100 Service Manual MT-17


MT-18
LED Error Detailed
Significance Remedy Detailed Information Component Error Message
Display Code Code
Failed in creating the version up Recheck the software to be installed and replace Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
386 direction file. the CF. source code
0008 0057 Main
personnel.
Failed in creating the full installation Recheck the software to be installed and replace Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
387 direction file. the CF. source code
0008 0058 Main
personnel.
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
388 Failed in deleting log files.
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0059 Main
personnel.
Failed in creating normal completed Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
389 flag file. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 005A Main
personnel.
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
390 Failed in starting up the Web task.
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 005B Main
personnel.
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
391 Notified unknown state.
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 005C Main
personnel.
Occurred inconsistency in the file Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
392 system. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 005D Main
personnel.
Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
393 Did not end normally the last time. Reboot the system and observe conditions.
source code
0008 005E Main
personnel.
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
394 Failed in deleting pas log.
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 005F Main
personnel.
Failed in acquiring log acquisition Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
395 mode. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0060 Main
personnel.
Failed in creating initialization skip Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
396 flag file. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0061 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling display information Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
397 update notification method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0062 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling PNL/ART Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
398 notification method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0063 Main
personnel.
Failed in calling file transfer request Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
399 method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0064 Main
personnel.

020-201-01(1)E FM-DL 100 Service Manual MT-18


MT-19
LED Error Detailed
Significance Remedy Detailed Information Component Error Message
Display Code Code
Failed in calling equipment
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
400 termination notification request
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0065 Main
personnel.
method.
Failed in calling termination Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
401 response method. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0066 Main
personnel.
Print stop notification method calling Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
402 error CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0067 Main
personnel.
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
403 Options.txt read error
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0068 Main
personnel.
Tray open request method calling Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
404 error CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0069 Main
personnel.
Tray open response method calling Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
405 error CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 006A Main
personnel.
Alert open response method calling Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
406 error CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 006B Main
personnel.
JOB in time request method calling Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
407 error CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 006C Main
personnel.
Tray constant monitoring start Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
408 instruction method calling error CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 006D Main
personnel.
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
409 Failed in bc_sbc.txt file reading.
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 006E Main
personnel.
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
410 Failed in bc_sbc/txt file reading.
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 006F Main
personnel.
Failed in film_information.txt file Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
411 reading. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0008 0070 Main
personnel.
Failed in starting DICOM main Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Contact the Fujifilm service
420 thread. CF), repalce CPU/memory board.
None 0001 0001 DICOM
personnel.
Save equipment individual data (requires Dicom.dat Contact the Fujifilm service
421 Invalid Dicom.dat contents
analysis).
Tag number with error 0001 0002 DICOM
personnel.

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MT-20
LED Error Detailed
Significance Remedy Detailed Information Component Error Message
Display Code Code
Failed in starting DICOM Save equipment individual data (requires Netinf.prm Contact the Fujifilm service
422 communication main thread. analysis).
Port number 0001 0003 DICOM
personnel.
1:No file
Save equipment individual data (requires Netinf.prm Contact the Fujifilm service
423 Invalid Netinf.prm contents
analysis).
2:Non existing keyword 0001 0004 DICOM
personnel.
3:Non existing value
1:No file
Save equipment individual data (requires Contact the Fujifilm service
424 Invalid UserImageNum.txt
UserImageNum.txt).
2:Non existing keyword 0001 0005 DICOM
personnel.
3:Non existing value
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Contact the Fujifilm service
425 Insufficient virtual memory
CF), repalce CPU/memory board.
None 0001 FFFF DICOM
personnel.
Failed in creating thread. (Internal Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
430 error) CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0002 0001 Spooler
personnel.
Failed in sending messages. Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
431 (Internal error) CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0002 0002 Spooler
personnel.
Failed in securing memory. (Internal Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
432 error) CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0002 0003 Spooler
personnel.
Failed in creating Print Job objects Acquire error job information ( requires xxx.job/xxx. Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
433 in recovering unprocessed JOBs. flm analysis). source code
0002 0004 Spooler
personnel.
Acquire error job information ( requires xxx.job/xxx. Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
434 Failed in reading PrintJob files.
flm analysis). source code
0002 0005 Spooler
personnel.
Failed in acquiring PrintJob and Acquire error job information ( requires xxx.job/xxx. Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
435 FILM object data. flm analysis). source code
0002 0007 Spooler
personnel.
Acquire error job information ( requires xxx.job/xxx. Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
436 Failed in registering spooler queue.
flm analysis). source code
0002 0008 Spooler
personnel.
Invalid film object, or insufficient Acquire error job information ( requires xxx.job/xxx. Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
437 data flm analysis). source code
0002 0009 Spooler
personnel.
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
438 Invalid status
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code, status
0002 000B Spooler
personnel.

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MT-21
LED Error Detailed
Significance Remedy Detailed Information Component Error Message
Display Code Code
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
439 Failed in accessing PrintJob.
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0002 000C Spooler
personnel.
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
440 Specified Film number is invalid.
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0002 000D Spooler
personnel.
Could not find Print Job deleted Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
441 when requesting queue deletion. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0002 000E Spooler
personnel.
Specified change priority level is Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
442 invalid. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0002 0010 Spooler
personnel.
Failed in setting PrintJob and FILM Acquire error job information ( requires xxx.job/xxx. Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
443 object data. flm analysis). source code
0002 0011 Spooler
personnel.
Save equipment individual data (requires log Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
444 Failed in opening and creating files.
analysis). source code, file name
2002 0012 Spooler
personnel.
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
445 Requested print ID is illegal.
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0002 0013 Spooler
personnel.
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
446 Failed in moving file.
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0002 0014 Spooler
personnel.
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
447 Unexpected case occurred.
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0002 0015 Spooler
personnel.
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
450 Error occurred due to system call.
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0003 0001 ImgPrc
personnel.
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
451 Failed in acquiring memory.
CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0003 0002 ImgPrc
personnel.
Failed in creating image processing Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
452 objects. CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0003 0003 ImgPrc
personnel.
Data to be acquired was not found Save equipment individual data (requires imginf.
Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
453 in PrintJOB, FILM object, nor image prm analysis), acquire error job information (requires
source code
2003 0004 ImgPrc
personnel.
processing parameter. xxx.job/xxx.flm).

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MT-22
LED Error Detailed
Significance Remedy Detailed Information Component Error Message
Display Code Code
Save equipment individual data (requires imginf.
Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
454 Failed in opening and creating files. prm analysis), acquire error job information (requires
source code, file name
2003 0005 ImgPrc
personnel.
xxx.job/xxx.flm).
Save equipment individual data (requires imginf.
Execution of image processing Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
455 resulted in error.
prm analysis), acquire error job information (requires
source code
2003 0006 ImgPrc
personnel.
xxx.job/xxx.flm).
As the leading edge margin
Equipment individual data save (TOP_MARGIN.txt) Contact the Fujifilm service
456 parameter is outside the range, use
analysis is required.
Type, outside range value 2003 0007 ImgPrc
personnel.
the default value.
Save equipment individual data (requires imginf.
Re-executed format calculation Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
457 without annotation information
prm analysis), acquire error job information (requires
source code
2003 0008 ImgPrc
personnel.
xxx.job/xxx.flm).
Failed in starting output main Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Contact the Fujifilm service
460 thread. CF), repalce CPU/memory board.
None 0004 1EB1 Output
personnel.
Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Contact the Fujifilm service
461 Level 0 error occurred in formatter.
CF), repalce CPU/memory board.
None 0004 1F7C Output
personnel.
Density correction calculation Save equipment individual data (requires log Contact the Fujifilm service
462 results are abnormal. analysis), reboot system, and observe conditions.
None 0004 1F84 Output
personnel.
Unable to continue operations due Save equipment individual data (requires log Contact the Fujifilm service
463 to internal error. analysis), reboot system, and observe conditions.
Detailed information 0004 1F85 Output
personnel.
Failed in creating thread (internal Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
470 error). CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0007 0001 JobMake
personnel.
Failed in sending message (internal Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
471 error). CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code
0007 0002 JobMake
personnel.
Failed in securing memory (internal Re-install the software, replace the CD (remake the Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
472 error). CF), repalce CPU/memory board. source code, request size
0007 0003 JobMake
personnel.
Save equipment individual data (requires log Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
473 Failed in opening and creating files.
analysis), reboot system, and observe conditions. source code, file name
0007 000A JobMake
personnel.
Save equipment individual data (requires log Place of occurrence in Contact the Fujifilm service
474 Invalid status
analysis), reboot system, and observe conditions. source code, status
0007 000B JobMake
personnel.

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MT-23
LED Error Detailed
Significance Remedy Detailed Information Component Error Message
Display Code Code
Check LAN cable and HUB connection, reboot the Name of file which failed Contact the Fujifilm service
480 Failed in FTP data transfer.
equipment, and observe conditions. transfer
200A 0001 PCUTL
personnel.
Check LAN cable and HUB connection, check the
Contact the Fujifilm service
481 FTP port does not open. path and user of the FTP directory of the PC for None 200A 0002 PCUTL
personnel.
servicing, and observe conditions.
Searched for corresponding file but Name of file which failed Contact the Fujifilm service
482 did not exist.
Reinstall or add the corresponding file again.
transfer
200A 0003 PCUTL
personnel.
Check LAN cable and HUB connection, reboot the Name of file which failed Contact the Fujifilm service
483 Failed in FTP data transfer.
equipment, and observe conditions. transfer
200D 0001 Satellite
personnel.
Check LAN cable and HUB connection, check the
Contact the Fujifilm service
484 FTP port does not open. path and user of the FTP directory of the PC for None 200D 0002 Satellite
personnel.
servicing, and observe conditions.
Searched for corresponding file but Name of file which failed Contact the Fujifilm service
485 did not exist.
Reinstall or add the corresponding file again.
transfer
200D 0003 Satellite
personnel.
Check LAN cable and HUB connection, reboot the Name of file which failed Contact the Fujifilm service
486 Failed in FTP data transfer.
equipment, and observe conditions. transfer
200B 0001 Installer
personnel.
Check LAN cable and HUB connection, check the
Contact the Fujifilm service
487 FTP port does not open. path and user of the FTP directory of the PC for None 200B 0002 Installer
personnel.
servicing, and observe conditions.
Searched for corresponding file but Name of file which failed Contact the Fujifilm service
488 did not exist.
Reinstall or add the corresponding file again.
transfer
200B 0003 Installer
personnel.

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MT-24
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
No response from FL-SS that it has the CPU board or CF.
Contact the Fujifilm service
600 FLH-SS start timeout completed start even after a certain 1. Re-install the software. 0332 FFFF MFC
personnel.
period of time. 2. Replace the CF.
3. Replace the CPU board.
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
No response from SCN-SS that it the CPU board or CF.
Contact the Fujifilm service
601 SCN-SS start timeout has completed start even after a 1. Re-install the software. 0335 FFFF MFC
personnel.
certain period of time. 2. Replace the CF.
3. Replace the CPU board.
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
No response from DEV-SS that it the CPU board or CF.
Contact the Fujifilm service
602 DEV-SS start timeout has completed start even after a 1. Re-install the software. 0339 FFFF MFC
personnel.
certain period of time. 2. Replace the CF.
3. Replace the CPU board.
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
Heat development Failed in reading the heat the CF.
Contact the Fujifilm service
610 control parameter file development control parameter file 1. Re-install the software. 0901 9-D DEV
personnel.
reading error when the system was started up. 2. Replace the CF.
3. Replace the CPU board.
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
Failed in TMS driver (temperature the CF or CAN communication error.
Contact the Fujifilm service
611 TMS driver setup error measurement task) setup when 1. Re-install the software. 0902 9-F DEV
personnel.
system was started up. 2. Replace the CF.
3. Replace the CAN cable.
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
Heat development Failed in reading the heat
the CF. Contact the Fujifilm service
612 calculation parameter development control parameter file
1. Re-install the software.
0903 9-D DEV
personnel.
file reading error when the system was started up.
2. Replace the CF.
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
Temperature Failed in reading the temperature
the CF. Contact the Fujifilm service
613 conversion table file conversion table file when the
1. Re-install the software.
0904 9-D DEV
personnel.
reading error system was started up.
2. Replace the CF.

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MT-25
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
Failed in starting the plate control
the CF. Contact the Fujifilm service
614 Plate setup error task when the system was started
1. Re-install the software.
0905 9-E DEV
personnel.
up.
2. Replace the CF.
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
Failed in starting the fan control
the CF. Contact the Fujifilm service
615 Fan setup error task when the system was started
1. Re-install the software.
0906 9-E DEV
personnel.
up.
2. Replace the CF.
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
Power voltage setting Failed in power voltage setting file the CF. Contact the Fujifilm service
616 file reading error reading when starting the system. 1. Re-install the software.
0907 None DEV
personnel.
2. Replace the CF.
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
Sensitivity correction Failed in sensitivity correction
the CF. Contact the Fujifilm service
617 (SBC) file reading (SBC) file reading when starting
1. Re-install the software.
0908 None DEV
personnel.
error the system.
2. Replace the CF.
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
Sensitivity correction Failed in sensitivity correction
the CF. Contact the Fujifilm service
618 (KBC) file reading (KBC) file reading when starting
1. Re-install the software.
0909 None DEV
personnel.
error the system.
2. Replace the CF.
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
Failed in equipment individual
Equipment individual the CF. Contact the Fujifilm service
619 data file reading error
data file reading when starting the
1. Re-install the software.
0910 None DEV
personnel.
system.
2. Replace the CF.
Disconnection of the I/F cable between the
SND board and thermistor, or malfunction of the
thermistor or thermistor port of the SND board, or
disconnection of the CAN cable.
Detected that the current
1. Check that the thermistor connector, I/F cable
temperature of a heater dropped
Plate thermistor to the thermistor, and connector of the SND Contact the Fujifilm service
620 disconnection error
below -20°C for three times
board are set correctly.
0911 9-B DEV
personnel.
continuously (detection interval:
2. Replace the thermistor.
600 ms), and deter
3. Replace the SND board.
4. Replace the cable between the thermistor and
SND board.
5. Replace the CAN cable.

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MT-26
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
The plate temperature is abnormal.
Malfunction of the temperature detection
thermistor, disconnection of the heater or I/F cable
between the heater and SND board, reset of
heater by the thermal protector, or malfunction of
the heater port.
1. Check that the heater connector, I/F cable to
the heater, and connector of the SND board
are set correctly, and check that the thermal
protector reset has been cleared.
The temperature of all plates 2. Check the operations of each heater using the
did not become the appropriate PC-Utility.
temperature (within target Check the peripheral temperature of each
temperature ±1°C) even after the heater with the hand.
specified time from the start of If hot, the heater is OK.
initialization. The thermistor/CAN/SND board may be faulty.
Proceed to step 5.
Note: If not hot, the heater/CAN/SND board may be
1. Generally, as the low faulty. Proceed to step 4.
3. Check the operations of the heat development
temperature error (2911) and
Initialization time unit fan using the PC-Utility. Contact the Fujifilm service
621 timeout
heater disconnection error
The FAN is OK if operations are normal. 0920 9-F DEV
personnel.
(0961), etc. occur before this
The film cooling section and recording section
error, the rate of occurrence of thermistors/CAN/SND board may be faulty.
this error is low. Proceed to step 5.
2. The target temperature (approx. If operations are abnormal, the connector or
90°C to 130°C) varies according fan is defective.
to internal conditions. Replace the connector and heat development
unit fan.
<Specified time> 4. Replace the heater.
100 V model: 30 minutes 5. Replace the PRN board.
200 V model: 25 minutes 7. Replace the thermistor.
6. Replace the SND board.
8. Replace the cooling section thermistor.
9. Replace the I/F cable between the heater and
SND board.
10. Replace the CAN cable.

Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of


the CF.
1. Re-install the software.
2. Replace the CF.

020-201-01(1)E FM-DL 100 Service Manual MT-26


MT-27
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
The plate temperature is high.
Malfunction of the CF, temperature detection
thermistor, heat development unit fan, heater, or
heater port.
1. Check if the CF is controlled properly
according to the state LEDs, etc. (hang up,
bus error, etc.).
2. Check that the heater connector, I/F cable to
the heater, and connector of the SND board
are set correctly.
3. Check the operations of the heat development
unit fan using the PC-Utility.
The FAN is OK if operations are normal.
The heater/thermistor/SND board may be
faulty. Proceed to step 4.
If operations are abnormal, the connector or
fan is defective.
Replace the connector and heat development
Detected that the current unit fan.
temperature of a heater exceeded 4. Check the operations of each heater using the Contact the Fujifilm service
622 Overheat 2 error
138°C for three times continuously PC-Utility. 0951 9-A DEV
personnel.
(detection interval: 600ms). Check the peripheral temperature of each
heater with the hand.
If not hot, the heater is OK.
The thermistor/SND board may be faulty.
Proceed to step 7.
If hot, the heater/CF/SND board may be faulty.
Proceed to step 5.
5. Replace the heater.
6. Replace the CF.
7. Replace the thermistor.
8. Replace the SND board.
9. Replace the recording section thermistor.
10. Replace the I/F cable between the heater and
SND board.

Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of


the CF.
1. Re-install the software.
2. Replace the CF.

020-201-01(1)E FM-DL 100 Service Manual MT-27


MT-28
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
The plate temperature is low.
Disconnection of the heater, malfunction of the
temperature detection thermistor, disconnection
of the heater or I/F cables between the heater
and SND board, reset of heater by the thermal
protector, or malfunction of the heater port.
1. Check that the heater connector, I/F cable to
The temperature of a heater
the heater, and connector of the SND board
remained lower than the target
are set correctly, and check that the thermal
temperature even after the specified
protector reset has been cleared.
time from the start of temperature
2. Check the operations of each heater using the
control (detection interval: 600ms,
PC-Utility.
measured 2000 times continuously)
Check the peripheral temperature of each
and did not become the appropriate
heater with the hand.
temperature.
Heater disconnection If hot, the heater is OK. Contact the Fujifilm service
623 error The thermistor/CF/SND board may be faulty.
0961 9-A DEV
personnel.
Note:
Proceed to step 4.
1. The target temperature (approx.
If not hot, the heater/CF/SND board may be
90 °C to 130 °C) varies according
faulty. Proceed to step 3.
to internal conditions.
3. Replace the heater.
4. Replace the CF.
<Specified time>
5. Replace the thermistor.
100 V model: 20 minutes
6. Replace the SND board.
200 V model: 15 minutes
7. Replace the I/F cable between the heater and
SND board.

Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of


the CF.
1. Re-install the software.
2. Replace the CF.
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
Heat development Abnormal heat development control
the CF. Contact the Fujifilm service
624 control parameter parameter was detected when the
1. Re-install the software.
09A0 9-H DEV
personnel.
value error system was started up.
2. Replace the CF.

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MT-29
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Abnormal rise in the plate temperature.
Connector malfunction, temperature detection
thermistor malfunction, disconnection of the I/F
cable between heaters or between the heater and
SND board, heater reset by the thermal protector,
or malfunction of the heater port.
1. Check that the heater connector, I/F cable to
the heater, and connector of the SND board
are correctly set, and the thermal protector
reset is cleared.
2. Check the operations of each heater using the
The average rising temperature of
PC-Utility.
the plate remained less than 10 °C
Check the peripheral temperature of the each
even after 5 minutes from system
heater with the hand.
start-up.
Cold start timeout If hot, the heater is OK. Contact the Fujifilm service
625 error The thermistor/CF/SND board may be faulty.
09B0 9-F DEV
personnel.
Note:
Proceed to step 4.
Error which occurs when heater
If not hot, the heater/CF/SND board may be
control fails due to electric
faulty. Proceed to 3.
malfunctions.
3. Replace the heater.
4. Replace the CF.
5. Replace the thermistor.
6. Replace the SND board.
7. Replace the I/F cable between the heater and
SND board.

Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of


the CF.
1. Re-install the software.
2. Replace the CF.

020-201-01(1)E FM-DL 100 Service Manual MT-29


MT-30
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
The plate temperature measurement is abnormal.
Malfunction of plate temperature detection
thermistor, disconnection of the I/F cable between
the thermistor and SND board.
1. Check that the connectors of the thermistor
and SND board are set properly.
2. Check the temperature of each thermistor
using the PC-Utility.
Check the temperature of each thermistor
At system start, the initial
visually.
measured value (average of four)
Check if the temperature is a feasible value
Temperature of the temperature of a heater was Contact the Fujifilm service
626 measurement error outside the -15°C to 150°C
(about 0°C to 130°C). 2907 9-A DEV
personnel.
The thermistor/SND may be faulty. Proceed to
range approximately 5 seconds
step 3.
after the setup of the TMS driver
3. Replace the thermistor.
4. Replace the SND board.
5. Replace the I/F cable between the thermistor
and SND board.

Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of


the CF.
1. Re-install the software.
2. Replace the CF.

020-201-01(1)E FM-DL 100 Service Manual MT-30


MT-31
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
The plate temperature is low.
Disconnection of the heater, malfunction of the
temperature detection thermistor, disconnection
of the heater or I/F cable between the heater
and SND board, reset of heater by the thermal
protector, or malfunction of the heater port.
1. Check that the heater connector, I/F cable to
The temperature of a heater
the heater, and connectors of the SND board
remained lower than the target
are set correctly, and check that the thermal
temperature even after the specified
protector reset has been cleared.
time from the start of temperature
2. Check the operations of each heater using the
control (detection interval: 600ms,
PC-Utility.
measured 1000 times continuously)
Check the peripheral temperature of each
and did not become the appropriate
heater with the hand.
temperature.
If hot, the heater is OK. Contact the Fujifilm service
627 Low temperature error
The thermistor/CF/SND board may be faulty.
2911 9-A DEV
personnel.
Note:
Proceed to step 4.
1. The target temperature (approx.
If not hot, the heater/CF/SND board may be
90°C to 130°C) varies according
faulty. Proceed to step 3.
to internal conditions.
3. Replace the heater.
4. Replace the CF.
<Specified time>
5. Replace the thermistor.
100 V model: 15 minutes
6. Replace the SND board.
200 V model: 10 minutes
7. Replace the I/F cable between the heater and
SND.

Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of


the CF.
1. Re-install the software.
2. Replace the CF.

020-201-01(1)E FM-DL 100 Service Manual MT-31


MT-32
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Disconnection of the I/F cable between the
SND board and thermistor, or malfunction of the
thermistor or thermistor port of the SND board.
The film cooling section thermistor 1. Check that the thermistor connector, I/F cable
Film cooling
has disconnected (Detected to the thermistor, and connector of the SND Contact the Fujifilm service
628 section thermistor
temperature dropped below board are set correctly.
2918 9-C DEV
personnel.
disconnection error
-20°C.). 2. Replace the thermistor.
3. Replace the SND board.
4. Replace the cable between the thermistor and
SND board.
Disconnection of the I/F cable between the
SND board and thermistor, or malfunction of the
thermistor or thermistor port of the SND board.
The recording section thermistor 1. Check that the thermistor connector, I/F cable
Recording
has disconnected (Detected to the thermistor, and connector of the SND Contact the Fujifilm service
629 section thermistor
temperature dropped below board are set correctly.
2919 9-C DEV
personnel.
disconnection error
-20°C.). 2. Replace the thermistor.
3. Replace the SND board.
4. Replace the cable between the thermistor and
SND board.

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MT-33
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Disconnection of the heater, malfunction of the
temperature detection thermistor, disconnection
of the heater or I/F cable between the heater
and SND board, reset of heater by the thermal
protector, or malfunction of the heater port.
1. Check that the heater connector, I/F cable to
the heater, and connectors of the SND board
are set correctly, and check that the thermal
During temperature control, the
protector reset has been cleared.
temperature of a heater dropped
2. Check the operations of each heater using the
below the appropriate temperature
PC-Utility.
range (within target temperature
Check the peripheral temperature of each
±1°C), and did not return to the
heater with the hand.
appropriate temperature even
If hot, the heater is OK.
Temperature control after 5 minutes (detection interval Contact the Fujifilm service
630 abnormally low error 600ms, measured 500 times
The thermistor/CF/SND board may be faulty. 2921 9-A DEV
personnel.
Proceed to step 4.
continuously).
If not hot, the heater/CF/SND board may be
faulty. Proceed to step 3.
Note:
3. Replace the heater.
1. The target temperature (approx.
4. Replace the CF.
90°C to 130°C) varies according
5. Replace the thermistor.
to internal conditions.
6. Replace the SND board.
7. Replace the I/F cable between the heater and
SND.

Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of


the CF.
1. Re-install the software.
2. Replace the CF.

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MT-34
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
The plate temperature is abnormal.
Disconnection of the plate temperature detection
thermistor, disconnection of the heater or I/F cable
between the heater and SND board, reset of
heater by the thermal protector, or malfunction of
the heater port.
1. Check that the heater connector, I/F cable to
the heater, and connectors of the SND board
are set correctly, and check that the thermal
protector reset has been cleared.
2. Check the operations of each heater using the
PC-Utility.
The temperature of all plates
Check the peripheral temperature of each
did not become the appropriate heater with the hand.
temperature (within target If hot, the heater is OK.
temperature ±1°C) even after The thermistor/CF/SND board may be faulty.
20 minutes from the start of Proceed to step 5.
initialization. If not hot, the heater/CF/SND board may be
faulty. Proceed to step 4.
Note: 3. Check the operations of the heat development
Temperature control Contact the Fujifilm service
631 timeout
1. Generally, as the temperature unit fan using the PC-Utility. 2930 9-F DEV
personnel.
control abnormally low error The FAN is OK if operations are normal.
(2921) and heater disconnection The film cooling section and recording section
error (0961), etc. occur before thermistor/CF/SND board may be faulty.
this error, the rate of occurrence Proceed to step 5.
of this error is low. If operations are abnormal, the connector or
2. The target temperature (approx. fan is defective.
90°C to 130°C) varies according Replace the connector and heat development
unit fan.
to internal conditions.
4. Replace the heater.
5. Replace the CF.
6. Replace the thermistor.
7. Replace the SND board.
8. Replace the film cooling section thermistor.
9. Replace the I/F cable between the heater and
SND board.

Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of


the CF.
1. Re-install the software.
2. Replace the CF.

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MT-35
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
The plate temperature is high.
Malfunction of the CF, heat development unit fan,
temperature detection thermistor, heater, or heater
port.
1. Check that the heater connector, I/F cable to
the heater, and connector of the SND board
are set correctly.
2. Check the operations of the heat development
unit fan using the PC-Utility.
The FAN is OK if operations are normal.
The heater/thermistor/SND board may be
During temperature control, the faulty. Proceed to step 3.
temperature of a heater exceeded If operations are abnormal, the connector or
the appropriate temperature fan is defective.
range (within target temperature Replace the connector and heat development
±1°C), and did not return to the unit fan.
appropriate temperature even 3. Check the operations of each heater using the
Temperature after 5 minutes (detection interval PC-Utility. Contact the Fujifilm service
632 abnormally high error 600ms, measured 500 times Check the peripheral temperature of each
2931 9-A DEV
personnel.
continuously). heater with the hand.
If not hot, the heater is OK.
Note: The thermistor/SND board may be faulty.
1. The target temperature (approx. Proceed to step 6.
90°C to 130°C) varies according If hot, the heater/CF/SND board may be faulty.
to internal conditions. Proceed to step 4.
4. Replace the heater.
5. Replace the CF.
6. Replace the thermistor.
7. Replace the SND board.
8. Replace the recording section thermistor.
9. Replace the I/F cable between the heater SND
board.
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
the CF.
1. Re-install the software.
2. Replace the CF.

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MT-36
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
The plate temperature is high.
Malfunction of the CF, heat development unit fan,
temperature detection thermistor, heater, or heater
port.
1. Check that the heater connector, I/F cable to
the heater, and connector of the SND board
are set correctly.
2. Check the operations of the heat development
unit fan using the PC-Utility.
The FAN is OK if operations are normal.
The heater/thermistor/SND board may be
faulty. Proceed to step 3.
If operations are abnormal, the connector or
fan is defective.
During temperature control, the Replace the connector and heat development
temperature of a heater exceeded unit fan.
the appropriate temperature 3. Check the operations of each heater using the
Temperature control range (within target temperature PC-Utility.
Contact the Fujifilm service
633 abnormally high 2 ±1°C), and did not return to the Check the peripheral temperature of each 2932 9-A DEV
personnel.
error appropriate temperature even heater with the hand.
after 10 minutes (detection interval If not hot, the heater is OK.
600ms, measured 1000 times The thermistor/SND board may be faulty.
continuously). Proceed to step 6.
If hot, the heater/CF/SND board may be faulty.
Proceed to step 4.
4. Replace the heater.
5. Replace the CF.
6. Replace the thermistor.
7. Replace the SND board.
8. Replace the recording section thermistor.
9. Replace the I/F cable between the heater SND
board.

Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of


the CF.
1. Re-install the software.
2. Replace the CF.

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MT-37
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
The plate temperature is high.
Malfunction of the CF, heat development unit fan,
temperature detection thermistor, heater, or heater
port.
1. Check that the heater connector, I/F cable to
the heater, and connector of the SND board
are set correctly.
2. Check the operations of the heat development
unit fan using the PC-Utility.
The FAN is OK if operations are normal.
The heater/thermistor/SND board may be
faulty. Proceed to step 3.
The temperature of a heater If operations are abnormal, the connector or
remained higher than the target fan is defective.
temperature even after 5 minutes Replace the connector and heat development
from the start of temperature unit fan.
control (detection interval: 600ms, 3. Check the operations of each heater using the
measured 500 times continuously) PC-Utility.
Contact the Fujifilm service
634 Overheat 1 error and did not become the appropriate Check the peripheral temperature of each 2941 9-A DEV
personnel.
temperature. heater with the hand.
If not hot, the heater is OK.
Note: The thermistor/SND board may be faulty.
1. The target temperature (approx. Proceed to step 6.
90°C to 130°C) varies according If hot, the heater/CF/SND board may be faulty.
to internal conditions. Proceed to step 4.
4. Replace the heater.
5. Replace the CF.
6. Replace the thermistor.
7. Replace the SND board.
8. Replace the recording section thermistor.
9. Replace the I/F cable between the heater SND
board.

Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of


the CF.
1. Re-install the software.
2. Replace the CF.

020-201-01(1)E FM-DL 100 Service Manual MT-37


MT-38
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
The plate temperature is high.
Malfunction of the CF, heat development unit fan,
temperature detection thermistor, heater, or heater
port.
1. Check that the heater connector, I/F cable to
the heater, and connector of the SND board
are set correctly.
2. Check the operations of the heat development
unit fan using the PC-Utility.
The FAN is OK if operations are normal.
The heater/thermistor/SND board may be
faulty. Proceed to step 3.
The temperature of a heater If operations are abnormal, the connector or
remained higher than the target fan is defective.
temperature even after 10 minutes Replace the connector and heat development
from the start of temperature unit fan.
control (detection interval: 600ms, 3. Check the operations of each heater using the
measured 1000 times continuously) PC-Utility.
Contact the Fujifilm service
635 Overheat 1-2 error and did not become the appropriate Check the peripheral temperature of each 2942 9-A DEV
personnel.
temperature. heater with the hand.
If not hot, the heater is OK.
Note: The thermistor/SND board may be faulty.
1. The target temperature (approx. Proceed to step 6.
90°C to 130°C) varies according If hot, the heater/CF/SND board may be faulty.
to internal conditions. Proceed to step 4.
4. Replace the heater.
5. Replace the CF.
6. Replace the thermistor.
7. Replace the SND board.
8. Replace the recording section thermistor.
9. Replace the I/F cable between the heater SND
board.

Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of


the CF.
1. Re-install the software.
2. Replace the CF.

020-201-01(1)E FM-DL 100 Service Manual MT-38


MT-39
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
The plate temperature measurement is abnormal.
Malfunction of the plate temperature detection
thermistor, disconnection of the I/F cable with the
SND board.
1. Check that the connectors of the thermistor
and SND board are set properly, and if the
AD converter for temperature measurement is
affected by unidentifiable noise.
2. Check the temperature of each thermistor
using the PC-Utility.
Check the temperature of each thermistor
visually.
Temperature Difference between two continuous
Check that the measured value becomes the Contact the Fujifilm service
636 measurement noise temperature measurements
feasible value (about 0°C to 130°C) and if
2971 9-A DEV
personnel.
(Level 2) (detection interval: 600 ms) > 2°C
there is a difference of 2°C within one second.
The thermistor/SND may be faulty. Proceed to
step 3.
3. Replace the thermistor.
4. Replace the SND board.
5. Replace the I/F cable between the thermistor
and SND board.

Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of


the CF.
1. Re-install the software.
2. Replace the CF.

020-201-01(1)E FM-DL 100 Service Manual MT-39


MT-40
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
The target temperature is abnormal or the film
compensation information parameter is abnormal,
or malfunction of the barcode reader.
1. If the target temperature is abnormal, set the
target temperature using the PC-Utility again.
The target temperature (individual 2. If the film compensation information parameter
Heat development
data) or film compensation (SBC) is abnormal, enter the correct barcode. Contact the Fujifilm service
637 control parameter
information value obtained from the 3. If the barcode reader has malfunctioned,
29A0 9-H DEV
personnel.
value error
barcode are abnormal. replace the barcode reader.

Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of


the CF.
1. Re-install the software.
2. Replace the CF.
Failed in creating data file when
acquiring temperature data.
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
Temperature data Note: the CF. Contact the Fujifilm service
638 writing error As “Acquiring temperature data” is 1. Re-install the software.
2991 9-D DEV
personnel.
a function for design and evaluation 2. Replace the CF.
(PC-Utility only), this error does not
occur in actual user operations.
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
Density drop Failed in creating density drop
the CF. Contact the Fujifilm service
639 prevention file writing prevention file when initialization
1. Re-install the software.
2992 None DEV
personnel.
error completed.
2. Replace the CF.
Upper 2 bytes:
Fixed
Automatic notification of Board malfunction/CAN communication error
Lower 2 bytes: Contact the Fujifilm service
640 CAN related error temperature from SND board 1. Check the CAN cable. 09FD Returned value
DEV
personnel.
stopped. 2. Replace the CPU board/SND board.
from motor
reset API.

020-201-01(1)E FM-DL 100 Service Manual MT-40


MT-41
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
the CF. Contact the Fujifilm service
641 Software logic error Failed in software control sequence
1. Re-install the software.
09FE None DEV
personnel.
2. Replace the CF.
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
the CF. Contact the Fujifilm service
642 Software logic error Failed in software control sequence
1. Re-install the software.
29FE None DEV
personnel.
2. Replace the CF.
Upper
two bytes:
Board malfunction/CAN communication error
Processing Contact the Fujifilm service
643 API/driver related error Return value from API is error. 1. Check the CAN cable. 09FF Lower two
DEN
personnel.
2. Replace the CPU board/SND board.
bytes: Return
value from API
Upper
two bytes:
Board malfunction/CAN communication error
Processing Contact the Fujifilm service
644 API/driver related error Return value from API is error. 1. Check the CAN cable. 29FF Lower two
DEN
personnel.
2. Replace the CPU board/SND board.
bytes: Return
value from API

Density measurement Failed in reading density Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
the CF. Contact the Fujifilm service
645 control parameter file measurement control parameter
1. Re-install the software. 0401 None DEN
personnel.
read error files at system start. 2. Replace the CF.
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
Density measurement Failed in software control sequence the CF. Contact the Fujifilm service
646 sequence error during density measurement. 1. Re-install the software. 2402 None DEN
personnel.
2. Replace the CF.

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MT-42
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
The density value measured by the density
measurement section is abnormal.
1. Check if the density measurement sections
such as density measurement LED, LED
board, PDD board, connectors between
boards, density measurement sensor power
The density value measured by the fuse, etc. are normal.
Density measurement Contact the Fujifilm service
647 data error
density measurement section is 2. Check if the film sensitivity is normal. 2403 None DEN
personnel.
abnormal.
Incorrect software installation or malfunction of the
SND board or CF.
3. Re-install the software.
4. Replace the LED board, PDD board, and SND
board.
5. Replace the CF.
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
Density measurement Failed in creating files when writing the CF. Contact the Fujifilm service
648 data write error density measurement AD data. 1. Re-install the software. 2404 4-A DEN
personnel.
2. Replace the CF.
No density measurement data as density
No density No density measurement AD data measurement was not performed. Contact the Fujifilm service
649 measurement data in the DRAM of the PRT. After performing density measurement, acquire 2405 None DEN
personnel.
AD data.
1. Check if the density pattern of the film is
normal.
2. Check if the film conveyance position and
Failed to detect starting point of the speed are correct.
Density measurement
density pattern from the number of Contact the Fujifilm service
650 staring point detection
effective AD data measured by the
Incorrect software installation or malfunction of the 2406 None DEN
personnel.
error SND board or CF.
density measurement section. 3. Re-install the software.
4. Replace the LED board, PDD board, and SND
board.
5. Replace the CF.

020-201-01(1)E FM-DL 100 Service Manual MT-42


MT-43
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
1. Check if the density pattern of the film is
normal.
2. Check if the film conveyance position and
speed are correct.
Failed to detect the ending point of
Density measurement
the density pattern from the number Contact the Fujifilm service
651 ending point detection
of effective AD data measured by
Incorrect software installation or malfunction of the 2407 None DEN
personnel.
error SND board or CF.
the density measurement section.
3. Re-install the software.
4. Replace the LED board, PDD board, and SND
board.
5. Replace the CF.
The number of effective AD data measured by
the density measurement section is less than the
minimum number of effective data (Note).
1. Check if the density of the film is normal.
2. Check if the film conveyance position and
speed are correct.

Incorrect software installation or malfunction of the


The number of effective density SND board or CF.
Insufficient number
measurement data measured by 3. Re-install the software. Contact the Fujifilm service
652 of effective density
the density measurement section is 4. Replace the LED board, PDD board, and SND
2408 4-B DEN
personnel.
measurement data
insufficient. board.
5. Replace the CF.

Note:
The number of effective data is 90% of the
number of data logically measured. The number
of effective data required for 24-steps pattern is
above 3105, that for 17-steps pattern is above
2300, and that for QC pattern is above 864.
Upper
two bytes:
Board malfunction/CAN communication error
Processing Contact the Fujifilm service
653 API/driver related error Return value from API is error. 1. Check the CAN cable. 04FF Lower two
DEN
personnel.
2. Replace the CPU board/SND board.
bytes: Return
value from API

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MT-44
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Upper
two bytes:
Board malfunction/CAN communication error
Processing Contact the Fujifilm service
654 API/driver related error Return value from API is error. 1. Check the CAN cable. 24FF Lower two
DEN
personnel.
2. Replace the CPU board/SND board.
bytes: Return
value from API
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
Polygon control
Failed in reading the polygon control the CF. Contact the Fujifilm service
655 parameter file read
parameter file during system start. 1. Re-install the software.
0502 FFFF POL
personnel.
error
2. Replace the CF.
Malfunction of the scanner unit, PRN board, or
LDD board
Perform re-diagnosis in scanner check of the PC-
Utility, and if errors are detected, perform the
Detected polygon rotation error for following.
Polygon error Contact the Fujifilm service
656 (FATAL)
three times continuously during 1. Check and replace the wiring connector 0510 FFFF POL
personnel.
scanner initialization diagnosis. between the scanner unit, LDD board, etc. and
PRN board.
2. Replace the scanner unit.
3. Replace the PRN board.
4. Replace the LDD board.
Malfunction of the scanner unit, PRN board, or
LDD board
Perform re-diagnosis in scanner check of the PC-
Utility, and if errors are detected, perform the
Detected polygon rotation error following.
Polygon error Number of Contact the Fujifilm service
657 (WARNING)
during scanner initialization 1. Check and replace the wiring connector 2510 diagnosis
POL
personnel.
diagnosis. between the scanner unit, LDD board, etc. and
PRN board.
2. Replace the scanner unit.
3. Replace the PRN board.
4. Replace the LDD board.
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
Failed in reading the film edge
Parameter file reading the CF. Contact the Fujifilm service
660 failure
sensor control parameter file during
1. Re-install the software.
0810 FFFF ESN
personnel.
system startup.
2. Replace the CF.

020-201-01(1)E FM-DL 100 Service Manual MT-44


MT-45
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Film is not conveyed to the correct position,
malfunction of the film edge sensor LED,
malfunction of the film edge sensor, malfunction of
the SND board.
1. Check the film edge sensor by sensor
The average value read by the film monitoring.
Edge sensor average Contact the Fujifilm service
661 value data error
edge sensor is abnormal (outside 2. Replace the film edge sensor if operations are 2811 8-B ESN
personnel.
range). unstable in the above.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
4. If the problem still persists, check the
mechanism if film conveyance is carried out
properly.
Data file cannot be created because printing was
No data or cannot create file when
not carried out once or there is no data acquired Contact the Fujifilm service
662 No acquired data acquiring film edge sensor related
from the film edge sensor.
2812 8-C ESN
personnel.
data files.
After printing, acquire the file.
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
Failed in data write when creating the CF. Contact the Fujifilm service
663 Data write failure
film edge sensor related data file. 1. Re-install the software.
2813 FFFF ESN
personnel.
2. Replace the CF.
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
Value of the PLL initial value data
PLL initial value illegal the CF. Contact the Fujifilm service
664 data acquisition
received from the SCN unit during
1. Re-install the software.
2814 0 ESN
personnel.
system start was 0.
2. Replace the CF.
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
Value of the PLL current value data
PLL current value the CF. Contact the Fujifilm service
665 illegal data acquisition
received from the SCN unit during
1. Re-install the software.
2815 0 ESN
personnel.
system start was 0.
2. Replace the CF.
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
Failed in opening the file when
the CF. Contact the Fujifilm service
666 File open failure creating film edge sensor related
1. Re-install the software.
2816 FFFF ESN
personnel.
data file.
2. Replace the CF.

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MT-46
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Film is not conveyed to the correct position,
malfunction of the film edge sensor LED,
malfunction of the film edge sensor, malfunction of
the SND board.
1. Check the film edge sensor by sensor
Film edge sensor The film edge sensor read value monitoring.
Contact the Fujifilm service
667 acquired value data (data) was abnormal (outside 2. If operations are still unstable after the above, 2819 8-B ESN
personnel.
error range). replace the film edge sensor.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
4. If the problem still persists, check the
mechanism if film conveyance is carried out
properly.
Film edge sensor has not returned to home
position.
Or malfunction of film edge sensor LED, film edge
Film edge sensor Value was abnormal (outside sensor, SND board.
acquisition value data range) in the home position check 1. Check the film edge sensor by sensor Contact the Fujifilm service
668 error (Pre-reading before film edge sensor data monitoring.
2820 8-B ESN
personnel.
home position check) reading. 2. If operations are still unstable after the above,
replace the film edge sensor.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Scanner control system related
external file access error
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
• File read error
Scanner control the CF. Contact the Fujifilm service
680 system file error
• File write error
1. Re-install the software.
0501 FFFF SCN
personnel.
• File conversion error
2. Replace the CF.
• File line specification error
• File column specification error
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
Scanner control driver Failed in scanner control driver the CF. Contact the Fujifilm service
681 setup error setup when system was started up. 1. Re-install the software.
0504 FFFF SCN
personnel.
2. Replace the CF.

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MT-47
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
Detected frame memory error the PRN board. Contact the Fujifilm service
682 Frame memory error
during memory diagnosis. 1. Re-install the software.
0505 FFFF SCN
personnel.
2. Replace the PRN board.
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
Detected line memory error during the PRN board. Contact the Fujifilm service
683 Line memory error
memory diagnosis. 1. Re-install the software.
0506 FFFF SCN
personnel.
2. Replace the PRN board.
Malfunction of the scanner unit or PRN board.
Perform re-diagnosis in scanner check of the PC-
Utility, and if errors are detected, perform the
Detected LD error for three times
following. Contact the Fujifilm service
684 LD error continuously during scanner
1. Check and replace the wiring connector
0512 FFFF SCN
personnel.
initialization diagnosis.
between the scanner unit and PRN board.
2. Replace the scanner unit.
3. Replace the PRN board.
Malfunction of the scanner unit or PRN board.
Perform re-diagnosis in scanner check of the PC-
Detected starting point detection Utility, and if errors are detected, perform the
starting point detection error for three times continuously following. Contact the Fujifilm service
685 error during scanner initialization 1. Check and replace the wiring connector
0513 FFFF SCN
personnel.
diagnosis. between the scanner unit and PRN board.
2. Replace the scanner unit.
3. Replace the PRN board.
Malfunction of the scanner unit or PRN board.
Perform re-diagnosis in scanner check of the PC-
Detected leading edge detection Utility, and if errors are detected, perform the
Leading edge error for three times continuously following. Contact the Fujifilm service
686 detection error during scanner initialization 1. Check and replace the wiring connector
0514 FFFF SCN
personnel.
diagnosis. between the scanner unit and PRN board.
2. Replace the scanner unit.
3. Replace the PRN board.

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MT-48
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Jam occurred during recording conveyance.
Open the upper front cover, and remove the
jammed film.
1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
perform mechanism adjustments.
SD2, MD1, ME1
2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
Leading edge Failed in detecting film leading Contact the Fujifilm service
687 detection timeout edge during recording.
board. 0515 FFFF SCN
personnel.
Malfunction of the scanner unit or PRN board.
Perform re-diagnosis in scanner check of the PC-
Utility, and if errors are detected, perform the
following.
1. Check and replace the wiring connector
between the scanner unit and PRN board.
2. Replace the scanner unit.
3. Replace the PRN board.
Jam occurred during recording conveyance.
Open the upper front cover, and remove the
jammed film.
1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
perform mechanism adjustments.
SD2, MD1, ME1
2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
Image recording Failed in detecting image recording Contact the Fujifilm service
688 completion timeout completion during recording.
board. 0516 FFFF SCN
personnel.
Malfunction of the scanner unit or PRN board.
Perform re-diagnosis in scanner check of the PC-
Utility, and if errors are detected, perform the
following.
1. Check and replace the wiring connector
between the scanner unit and PRN board.
2. Replace the scanner unit.
3. Replace the PRN board.

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MT-49
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Malfunction of the scanner unit or PRN board.
Perform re-diagnosis in scanner check of the PC-
Utility, and if errors are detected, perform the
Failed in setting of leading edge
Leading edge search following. Contact the Fujifilm service
689 power setting error
search power.
1. Check and replace the wiring connector
0517 FFFF SCN
personnel.
(Laser amount fault)
between the scanner unit and PRN board.
2. Replace the scanner unit.
3. Replace the PRN board.
Malfunction of the PRN board.
PRN board fuse Contact the Fujifilm service
690 disconnection
PRN board fuse disconnection Perform the following. 0518 FFFF SCN
personnel.
1. Check and replace the PRN board fuse.
Main scanning width Contact the Fujifilm service
691 adjustment error
Input number of PLL value is illegal. Re-enter PLL value. 1521 FFFF SCN
personnel.
Scanning position Input number of start point pixels is Contact the Fujifilm service
692 adjustment error illegal.
Re-enter the start point pixels. 1523 FFFF SCN
personnel.
Reboot the system or reinstall and observe the
PDM task panel driver PDM task panel driver initialization Contact the Fujifilm service
695 initialization error error
conditions. If no improvements are seen, replace 0701 arbitrary value PNL
personnel.
the CF.
PNL task setting Reboot the system or reinstall and observe the
PNL task setting information file Contact the Fujifilm service
696 information file read
read error
conditions. If no improvements are seen, replace 2701 arbitrary value PNL
personnel.
error the CF.
PNL task setting Reboot the system or reinstall and observe the
PNL task setting information file Contact the Fujifilm service
697 information file
description error
conditions. If no improvements are seen, replace 2705 arbitrary value PNL
personnel.
description error the CF.
Setup error of sensor driver, FPMC
driver
Error caused by software bug and incorrect Contact the Fujifilm service
700 Device set error • FPMC time monitoring setting
settings which essentially does not occur.
02FF 2-D-1 FLH
personnel.
error
• Message ID specification error

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MT-50
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Conveyance system related
external file access error
Incorrect software installation error, malfunction of
• File read error
Conveyance system the CF, inappropriate data, or insufficient data. Contact the Fujifilm service
701 file error
• File write error
1. Re-install the software.
0201 2-B-1 FLH
personnel.
• File conversion error
2. Replace the CF.
• File line specification error
• File column specification error
Error caused by software bug and incorrect Contact the Fujifilm service
702 FPMC error (At start) FPMC motor drive failure
control timing which essentially does not occur.
3202 2-C-1 FLH
personnel.
Disconnection of the power supply fuse (F08).
1. Using the PC-Utility, perform monitoring and
Power supply fuse Disconnection of power supply fuse Contact the Fujifilm service
703 (F08) disconnection (F08).
mechanism adjustments 0215 2-A-5 FLH
personnel.
2. If the problem persists, replace the fuse.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the board.
Disconnection of the power supply fuse (F06).
1. Using the PC-Utility, perform monitoring and
Power supply fuse Disconnection of power supply fuse Contact the Fujifilm service
704 (F06) disconnection (F06).
mechanism adjustments 2216 2-A-5 FLH
personnel.
2. If the problem persists, replace the fuse.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the board.
Disconnection of the power supply fuse (F07).
1. Using the PC-Utility, perform monitoring and
Power supply fuse Disconnection of power supply fuse Contact the Fujifilm service
705 (F07) disconnection (F07).
mechanism adjustments 2217 2-A-5 FLH
personnel.
2. If the problem persists, replace the fuse.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the board.
Disconnection of the power supply fuse (F015).
1. Using the PC-Utility, perform monitoring and
Power supply fuse Disconnection of power supply fuse Contact the Fujifilm service
706 (F01) disconnection (F01).
mechanism adjustments 0219 2-A-5 FLH
personnel.
2. If the problem persists, replace the fuse.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the board.
Disconnection of the power supply fuse (F02).
1. Using the PC-Utility, perform monitoring and
Power supply fuse Disconnection of power supply fuse Contact the Fujifilm service
707 (F02) disconnection (F02).
mechanism adjustments 0220 2-A-5 FLH
personnel.
2. If the problem persists, replace the fuse.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the board.

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MT-51
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Disconnection of the power supply fuse (F03).
1. Using the PC-Utility, perform monitoring and
Power supply fuse Disconnection of power supply fuse Contact the Fujifilm service
708 (F03) disconnection (F03).
mechanism adjustments 0221 2-A-5 FLH
personnel.
2. If the problem persists, replace the fuse.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the board.
Disconnection of the power supply fuse (F04).
1. Using the PC-Utility, perform monitoring and
Power supply fuse Disconnection of power supply fuse Contact the Fujifilm service
709 (F04) disconnection (F04).
mechanism adjustments 0222 2-A-5 FLH
personnel.
2. If the problem persists, replace the fuse.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the board.
Disconnection of the power supply fuse (F05).
1. Using the PC-Utility, perform monitoring and
Power supply fuse Disconnection of power supply fuse Contact the Fujifilm service
710 (F05) disconnection (F05).
mechanism adjustments 0223 2-A-5 FLH
personnel.
2. If the problem persists, replace the fuse.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the board.
Malfunction of SA2 sensor or malfunction of SA2
port of SND board.
1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
Attempted to check the tray open/
Tray detection sensor perform mechanism adjustments. Contact the Fujifilm service
711 error
close state in initialization and
2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
0224 2-A-1 FLH
personnel.
removal, but failed.
motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Malfunction of SA1 sensor or malfunction of SA1
port of SND board.
Attempted to check whether 1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
Tray shutter detection the tray shutter is present in perform mechanism adjustments. Contact the Fujifilm service
712 sensor error initialization and removal, but 2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
0226 2-A-1 FLH
personnel.
failed. motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.

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MT-52
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Malfunction of the SA3 sensor, or SOLA1
solenoid.
Or malfunction of the SA3 port of the SND board,
or malfunction of SOLA1.
Attempted to open the tray, but 1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and Contact the Fujifilm service
713 Tray lock release error
SA3 did not become OPEN. perform mechanism adjustments.
0232 2-A-1 FLH
personnel.
2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Malfunction of SB1 sensor or MB1 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SB1 port
of the SND board, or malfunction of the MB1
Attempted to deviate the removal
controller.
Tray removal unit HP arm from HP (home position) in
1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and Contact the Fujifilm service
714 deviation detection initialization, but SB1 does not
perform mechanism adjustments.
2236 2-A-1 FLH
personnel.
error become OPEN.
2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
(Currently retrying)
motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Malfunction of SB1 sensor or MB1 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SB1 port
Attempted to deviate the removal of the SND board, or malfunction of the MB1
arm from HP (home position) in controller.
Tray removal unit HP
initialization, but SB1 does not 1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and Contact the Fujifilm service
715 deviation detection
become OPEN. perform mechanism adjustments. 0237 2-A-1 FLH
personnel.
error
(Retryover) 2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.

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MT-53
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Malfunction of SB1 sensor or MB1 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SB1 port
Attempted to return the removal of the SND board, or malfunction of the MB1
controller.
arm to HP (home position) in
Tray removal unit HP 1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and Contact the Fujifilm service
716 return detection error
initialization, but SB11 does not
perform mechanism adjustments. 2238 2-A-1 FLH
personnel.
become CLOSE.
2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
(Currently retrying) motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Malfunction of SB1 sensor or MB1 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SB1 port
Attempted to return the removal of the SND board, or malfunction of the MB1
controller.
arm to HP (home position) in
Tray removal unit HP 1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and Contact the Fujifilm service
717 return detection error
initialization, but SB11 does not
perform mechanism adjustments. 0239 2-A-1 FLH
personnel.
become CLOSE.
2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
(Retryover) motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Malfunction of the SD4 sensor or MD2 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SD4 port
of the SND board, or malfunction of the MD2
Attempted to set grip roller to HP controller.
Grip HP detection (home position) in initialization, but 1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and Contact the Fujifilm service
718 error SD4 does not become OPEN. perform mechanism adjustments. 2244 2-A-4 FLH
personnel.
(Currently retrying) 2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Malfunction of the SD4 sensor or MD2 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SD4 port
of the SND board, or malfunction of the MD2
Attempted to set grip roller to HP controller.
Grip HP detection (home position) in initialization, but 1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and Contact the Fujifilm service
719 error SD4 does not become OPEN. perform mechanism adjustments. 0245 2-A-4 FLH
personnel.
(Retryover) 2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.

020-201-01(1)E FM-DL 100 Service Manual MT-53


MT-54
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Malfunction of the SD4 sensor or MD2 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SD4 port
Attempted to set grip roller from HP of the SND board, or malfunction of the MD2
controller.
(home position) to gripping position
1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and Contact the Fujifilm service
720 Grip detection error in initialization, but SD4 does not
perform mechanism adjustments. 2246 2-A-4 FLH
personnel.
become CLOSE.
2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
(Currently retrying) motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Malfunction of the SD4 sensor or MD2 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SD4 port
Attempted to set grip roller from HP of the SND board, or malfunction of the MD2
controller.
(home position) to gripping position
1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and Contact the Fujifilm service
721 Grip detection error in initialization, but SD4 does not
perform mechanism adjustments. 0247 2-A-4 FLH
personnel.
become CLOSE.
2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
(Retryover) motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Malfunction of the SD3 sensor or SOLD1 solenoid.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SD3 port
Attempted to set stopper plate from of the SND board, or malfunction of the SOLD1.
stop position to release position 1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
Stopper plate release Contact the Fujifilm service
722 detection error
in initialization, but SD3 does not perform mechanism adjustments. 2248 2-A-4 FLH
personnel.
become CLOSE. 2. If the problem still persists, replace sensor/
(Currently retrying) solenoid.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Malfunction of the SD3 sensor or SOLD1 solenoid.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SD3 port
Attempted to set stopper plate from of the SND board, or malfunction of the SOLD1.
stop position to release position 1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
Stopper plate release Contact the Fujifilm service
723 detection error
in initialization, but SD3 does not perform mechanism adjustments. 0249 2-A-4 FLH
personnel.
become CLOSE. 2. If the problem still persists, replace sensor/
(Retryover) solenoid.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.

020-201-01(1)E FM-DL 100 Service Manual MT-54


MT-55
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Malfunction of the SD3 sensor or SOLD1 solenoid.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SD3 port
Attempted to set stopper plate from of the SND board, or malfunction of the SOLD1.
release position to stop position 1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
Stopper plate Contact the Fujifilm service
724 detection error
in initialization, but SD3 does not perform mechanism adjustments. 2250 2-A-4 FLH
personnel.
become OPEN. 2. If the problem still persists, replace sensor/
(Currently retrying) solenoid.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Malfunction of the SD3 sensor or SOLD1 solenoid.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SD3 port
Attempted to set stopper plate from of the SND board, or malfunction of the SOLD1.
release position to stop position 1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
Stopper plate Contact the Fujifilm service
725 detection error
in initialization, but SD3 does not perform mechanism adjustments. 0251 2-A-4 FLH
personnel.
become OPEN. 2. If the problem still persists, replace sensor/
(Retryover) solenoid.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Set film trays or check files.
All film trays not- Error when all film trays were set 1. Using the PC-Utility, check settings of film Contact the Fujifilm service
726 mounted error as unmounted used. 0253 FFFF FLH
personnel.
2. If no problem, check the files.
Malfunction of the SB2 sensor or MB1 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SB2 port
Attempted to lower the removal of the SND board, or malfunction of the MB1
arm from upper dead point detection controller.
Tray film surface position to surface detection 1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and Contact the Fujifilm service
727 detection error position in removal, but SB12 does perform mechanism adjustments. 2258 2-A-1 FLH
personnel.
not become CLOSE. 2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
(Currently retrying) motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.

020-201-01(1)E FM-DL 100 Service Manual MT-55


MT-56
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Malfunction of the SB2 sensor or MB1 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SB2 port
Attempted to lower the removal of the SND board, or malfunction of the MB1
arm from upper dead point detection controller.
Tray film surface position to surface detection 1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and Contact the Fujifilm service
728 detection error position in removal, but SB12 does perform mechanism adjustments. 0259 2-A-1 FLH
personnel.
not become CLOSE. 2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
(Retryover) motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Malfunction of the SB2 sensor or MB1 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SB2 port
Attempted to lower the removal of the SND board, or malfunction of the MB1
arm from surface detection position controller.
Tray film suction to suction detection position in 1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and Contact the Fujifilm service
729 detection error removal, but SB2 does not become perform mechanism adjustments. 2262 2-A-1 FLH
personnel.
OPEN. 2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
(Currently retrying) motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Malfunction of the SB2 sensor or MB1 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SB2 port
Attempted to lower the removal of the SND board, or malfunction of the MB1
arm from surface detection position controller.
Tray film suction to suction detection position in 1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and Contact the Fujifilm service
730 detection error removal, but SB2 does not become perform mechanism adjustments. 0263 2-A-1 FLH
personnel.
OPEN. 2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
(Retryover) motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Malfunction of the SB1 sensor or MB1 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SB1 port
Attempted to rise the removal arm of the SND board, or malfunction of the MB1
from upper dead point detection controller.
Tray removal unit HP position to HP (home position) in 1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and Contact the Fujifilm service
731 rise detection error removal, but SB1 does not become perform mechanism adjustments. 2270 2-A-1 FLH
personnel.
CLOSE. 2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
(Currently retrying) motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.

020-201-01(1)E FM-DL 100 Service Manual MT-56


MT-57
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Malfunction of the SB1 sensor or MB1 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SB1 port
Attempted to rise the removal arm of the SND board, or malfunction of the MB1
from upper dead point detection controller.
Tray removal unit HP position to HP (home position) in 1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and Contact the Fujifilm service
732 rise detection error removal, but SB1 does not become perform mechanism adjustments. 0271 2-A-1 FLH
personnel.
CLOSE. 2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
(Retryover) motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Malfunction of the SB1 sensor or MB1 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SB1 port
Attempted to deviate the removal of the SND board, or malfunction of the MB1
controller.
Tray removal unit HP arm from HP (home position) after
1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and Contact the Fujifilm service
733 deviation detection removal operation, but SB11 does
perform mechanism adjustments. 2274 2-A-1 FLH
personnel.
error not become OPEN.
2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
(Currently retrying) motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Malfunction of the SB1 sensor or MB1 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SB1 port
Attempted to deviate the removal of the SND board, or malfunction of the MB1
controller.
Tray removal unit HP arm from HP (home position) after
1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and Contact the Fujifilm service
734 deviation detection removal operation, but SB11 does
perform mechanism adjustments. 0275 2-A-1 FLH
personnel.
error not become OPEN.
2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
(Retryover) motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Malfunction of the SB1 sensor or MB1 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SB1 port
Attempted to return the removal of the SND board, or malfunction of the MB1
controller.
arm to HP (home position) after
Tray removal unit HP 1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and Contact the Fujifilm service
735 return detection error
removal operation, but SB1 does
perform mechanism adjustments. 2276 2-A-1 FLH
personnel.
not become CLOSE.
2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
(Currently retrying) motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.

020-201-01(1)E FM-DL 100 Service Manual MT-57


MT-58
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Malfunction of the SB1 sensor or MB1 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SB1 port
Attempted to return the removal of the SND board, or malfunction of the MB1
controller.
arm to HP (home position) after
Tray removal unit HP 1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and Contact the Fujifilm service
736 return detection error
removal operation, but SB1 does
perform mechanism adjustments. 0277 2-A-1 FLH
personnel.
not become CLOSE.
2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
(Retryover) motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Malfunction of the SD4 sensor or MD2 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SD4 port
of the SND board, or malfunction of the MD2
controller.
Although the grip roller is in the HP
1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and Contact the Fujifilm service
737 Grip HP absent error (home position) state, but SD4 is
perform mechanism adjustments. 2282 2-A-4 FLH
personnel.
already closed.
2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Malfunction of the SD4 sensor or MD2 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SD4 port
of the SND board, or malfunction of the MD2
controller.
Although the grip roller is in the
1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and Contact the Fujifilm service
738 Grip absent error gripping state, but SD4 is already
perform mechanism adjustments. 2283 2-A-4 FLH
personnel.
open.
2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Malfunction of the SD4 sensor or MD2 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SD4 port
of the SND board, or malfunction of the MD2
controller.
Attempted to set grip roller to HP
Grip HP detection 1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and Contact the Fujifilm service
739 error
(home position) in printing, but SD4
perform mechanism adjustments. 2284 2-A-4 FLH
personnel.
does not become OPEN.
2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.

020-201-01(1)E FM-DL 100 Service Manual MT-58


MT-59
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Malfunction of the SD4 sensor or MD2 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SD4 port
of the SND board, or malfunction of the MD2
Attempted to set grip roller to HP controller.
Grip HP detection (home position) while checking the 1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and Contact the Fujifilm service
740 error gripping operation using PC-Utility, perform mechanism adjustments.
0285 2-A-4 FLH
personnel.
but SD4 does not become OPEN. 2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Malfunction of the SD4 sensor or MD2 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SD4 port
of the SND board, or malfunction of the MD2
Attempted to set grip roller from controller.
HP (home position) to gripping 1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and Contact the Fujifilm service
741 Grip detection error
position in printing, but SD4 does perform mechanism adjustments.
2286 2-A-4 FLH
personnel.
not become CLOSE. 2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Malfunction of the SD4 sensor or MD2 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SD4 port
of the SND board, or malfunction of the MD2
Attempted to set grip roller from
controller.
HP (home position) to gripping
1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and Contact the Fujifilm service
742 Grip detection error position while checking the grip-
perform mechanism adjustments.
0287 2-A-4 FLH
personnel.
ping operation using PC-Utility, but
2. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
SD4 does not become CLOSE.
motors.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.

020-201-01(1)E FM-DL 100 Service Manual MT-59


MT-60
LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Malfunction of the SD3 sensor or SOLD1 solenoid.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SD3 port
of the SND board, or malfunction of the SOLD1.
Attempted to set stopper plate from
1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
Stopper plate release stop position to release position in Contact the Fujifilm service
743 detection error printing, but SD3 does not become
perform mechanism adjustments. 2288 2-A-4 FLH
personnel.
2. If the problem still persists, replace sensor/
CLOSE.
solenoid.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Malfunction of the SD3 sensor or SOLD1 solenoid.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SD3 port
of the SND board, or malfunction of the SOLD1.
Attempted to set stopper plate from
1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
Stopper plate release position to stop position in Contact the Fujifilm service
744 detection error printing, but SD3 does not become
perform mechanism adjustments. 2289 2-A-4 FLH
personnel.
2. If the problem still persists, replace sensor/
OPEN.
solenoid.
3. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
Film dropped during removal.
Or malfunction of SD1 sensor or MB2 motor.
Or mechanism error, malfunction of the SD1 port
of the SND board, or malfunction of the MB2
At completion of removal process, controller.
Tray conveyor unit
did not detect normal SD1 CLOSE 1. Check if film has dropped. Contact the Fujifilm service
745 entrance detection
(film leading edge detection). 2. Using PC-Utility, check sensor, motor, and
2290 2-A-1 FLH
personnel.
error
(Currently retrying) perform mechanism adjustments.
3. If the problem still persists, replace sensors/
motors.
4. If the problem still persists, replace the SND
board.
A sub-scanning speed correction The thermistor in the recording section is not in
calculation was performed based stable operation.
Sub-scanning speed
on the film recording section Or the machine temperature fluctuates greatly. Contact the Fujifilm service
746 correction calculation
temperature before recording, but 1. Check the recording section thermistor.
22D5 2-F-4 FLH
personnel.
error
the result is out of tolerance range 2. Collect the internal temperature data.
of speed. 3. Review the correction calculation.

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LED Error Detailed
Error Name Significance Probable Cause and Remedy Component Error Message
Display Code Information
Malfunction of the SND board.
Failed in driving motor due to 1. Using PC-Utility, check sensors, motors, and
Tray removal unit Contact the Fujifilm service
747 motor drive error
muting of MB1 with initialization of perform mechanism adjustments. 22E2 2-A-4 FLH
personnel.
removal unit. 2. If the problem still persists, replace SND
board.

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4. ACQUIRING ART-PC LOGS
When ART-PC related problems occur, acquire ART-PC logs.
<REMARKS>
The “ART-PC” folder is hidden.

1. Open Internet Explorer, enter the following path directly at the address
area, and press the [ENTER] key to open.

l Windows Vista
C:\ProgramData\Fujifilm\DRYPIX\ART-PC
l Windows XP
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Fujifilm\DRYPIX\ART-PC

2. Acquire both “ART-PC.log” and “ART-PC_old.log”.

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CONTROL SHEET
Issue Date Revision Number Reason Pages Affected

11.25.2008 00 New release for UL (00 (1) Edition) (FM5451) All pages
03.20.2009 00 New release (00 (2) Edition) (FM5501) All pages
04.20.2009 01 Revised edition release (FM5532) All pages
05.20.2009 01(1) New release for the field (FM5546) All pages

FM-DL 100 SERVICE MANUAL 06.30.2009 02 Revised (For main unit software V1.3, V2.0
(supports multi modalities), etc) (FM5568)
3, 10, 49, 57, 67, 67.1, 67.2, 86-93

08.13.2009 02 Revised (FM5585) 3, 45, 49, 57, 57.1, 57.2, 66, 67,
68, 78, 83-92
10.26.2009 03 Revised (FM5606) 3, 65-67, 67.1, 67.2, 83, 87, 94, 95

REMOVAL AND ADJUSTMENT (MC)

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PRECAUTIONS ON INSPECTIONS, <INSTRUCTIONS>
The diagrams in this manual display the CHECK and FIT ON icons where
REPLACEMENTS, AND ADJUSTMENTS necessary.
When removing/reinstalling, following these icons.

This chapter does not describe parts which require no special note or adjustments in • CHECK icon
: When reinstalling removed parts, this is indicated if
removal and installation. reinstalling positions must be checked or adjusted.
For details on the removal of these parts, refer to the Service Parts List. This symbol is shown in illustrations of parts removal
Also follow the precautions below when performing inspections, replacements, and procedures. Whenever this is shown, be sure to refer to “n
adjustments of parts. CHECK/Adjusting procedure”.

WARNING • FIT ON icon : When installing parts, this is indicated if alignment to the
boss is required. However, this is not indicated on bosses
To prevent electrical shocks, be sure to turn OFF the power of this equipment used for enhancing assembly and preventing assembly
before starting work. accidents.

WARNING/CAUTION
Observe the warnings and cautions described in “SAFETY PRECAUTION”.
{SAFETY PRECAUTION}

CAUTION
• Be sure to wear a wristband for grounding when performing maintenance of
boards and optical units. Otherwise static electricity in the body may cause
damage to electronic parts on the boards and optical units.
• Never remove the screws painted in red.
• Never remove the upper cover of the optical unit.

<INSTRUCTIONS>
• The screws painted in yellow must be adjusted after the installation of parts.
When installing parts, follow the check/adjustment procedure provided.
• When removing the covers, insert shutter into the film tray to prevent
exposure of film to light.
• Safety provided by grounding is assured by properly establishing power
cable and additional protective ground wire connections and by securing
the parts with retaining screws. To maintain safety, ensure that the parts and
retaining screws removed for servicing purposes are restored to the original
states upon installation. After the parts and retaining screws are restored to
the above-mentioned states, follow the procedures set forth in this service
manual to verify that the retaining screws are securely tightened to properly
secure the parts.

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CONTENTS 4. REMOVAL UNIT 4.
4.1
REMOVAL UNIT
Removal Unit
MC-22
MC-22
4.2 Suction Cup Arm MC-24
4.3 Removal Drive Cam MC-25
1. COVERS 1. COVERS MC-4 4.4 Suction Cup MC-29
1.1 Covers which can be Removed Individually MC-4 4.5 Bellows MC-30
1.2 Covers which Need to be Removed 4.6 Removal Unit Conveyance Motor (MB2) MC-32
in Certain Order MC-5 4.7 Film Removing Motor (MB1) MC-33
4.8 Film Surface Detection Sensor (SB2) MC-34
4.9 Suction Cup Arm HP Detection Sensor (SB1) MC-35

FPEC004A.AI

5. CONVEYOR UNIT 5. CONVEYOR UNIT MC-37


FPEC001A.AI
5.1 Conveyor Unit Exit Assembly MC-37
5.2 Conveyor Unit Exit Grip Roller Assembly MC-39
5.3 Conveyor Unit Exit Guide (Lower) MC-40
2. FRAME 2. FRAME MC-9 5.4 Stopper Assembly MC-41
2.1 Interlock Switch Assembly MC-9 5.5 Stopper Solenoid (SOLD1) MC-42
5.6 Conveyor Unit Exit Roller (Lower) MC-43
5.7 Film Edge Sensor (SD5) MC-44
5.8 Upper Conveyor Unit Open/Close Guide MC-45
5.9 Conveyor Unit Turn Roller MC-46
5.10 Film Conveyance Motor (MD1) MC-47
5.11 Conveyance Gear MC-49
FPEC005A.AI

6. SUB-SCANNING UNIT 6. SUB-SCANNING UNIT MC-50


FPEC002A.AI
6.1 Sub-Scanning Unit/Upper Conveyor Unit MC-50
6.2 Sub-Scanning Unit Roller MC-53
6.3 Sub-Scanning Motor (ME1) MC-56
3. FILM LOADING UNIT 3. FILM LOADING UNIT MC-11 6.4 Flywheel MC-58
3.1 Removal Unit/Film Loading Unit MC-11 6.5 Film Leading Edge Detection Sensor (SE1) MC-61
3.2 Film Tray MC-13
3.3 Tray Detection Switch (SA2) MC-14
3.4 Tray Lock Assembly MC-18
3.5 Shutter Lock Mechanism MC-19
3.6 Squeezing Roller (Upper) MC-20
3.7 Film Pack/Shutter Detection Sensor (SA1) MC-21
FPEC006A.AI

FPEC003A.AI

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7. SCANNING OPTICS UNIT 7. SCANNING OPTICS UNIT MC-65 10. CONTROLLER 10. CONTROLLER MC-79
7.1 Scanner Unit MC-65 10.1 PSU27A/PSU28B Board MC-79
10.2 PRN28A Board MC-81
10.3 CPU28A Board MC-83
10.4 DIMM MC-84
10.5 CF (Compact Flash Memory) MC-85

FPEC007A.AI FPEC010A.AI

8. HEAT DEVELOPMENT UNIT 8. HEAT DEVELOPMENT UNIT MC-68 11. INSTALLING THE MAIN UNIT 11. INSTALLING THE MAIN UNIT SOFTWARE MC-86
8.1 Film Cooling Section MC-68 SOFTWARE 11.1 Installing from the PC for Servicing
8.2 Heat Development Rack Assembly MC-69 (or Settings-Changeable Models) MC-87
8.3 Heat Development Roller MC-71
8.4 Thermal Protector MC-72
8.5 Heat Development Unit Conveyance Motor
(MG1) MC-74
8.6 Heat Development Unit Entrance Guide MC-75

12. RESTORING THE COMPACT 12. RESTORING THE COMPACT FLASH


FPEC008A.AI
FLASH MEMORY (CF) MEMORY (CF) MC-91
12.1 Copying the Main Unit Software to the PC for
Servicing MC-91
12.2 Copying the Main Unit Software to the CF MC-92
9. FILM RELEASE UNIT 9. FILM RELEASE UNIT MC-76
9.1 Film Release Unit MC-76
9.2 Density Measurement Light-Emitting Board
(LED28A) MC-78

13. C l e a n i n g t h e D u s t - P r o o f 13. CLEANING THE DUST-PROOF GLASS OF


Glass of the Scanner Unit THE SCANNER UNIT (839Y100057 ONLY) MC-94
(839Y100057 only)

FPEC009A.AI

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1. COVERS 1.1.2 Belt Cover

n Removing Procedure
1.1 Covers which can be Removed
1. Open the front cover.
Individually
2. Remove the belt cover.
1.1.1 Rear Cover
FPEC0110.AI

n Removing Procedure

1. Remove the rear cover.

n Reinstalling Procedure
Reinstall in the reverse order of removal.

n Reinstalling Procedure
Reinstall in the reverse order of removal.

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1.2 Covers which Need to be n Reinstalling Procedure
Removed in Certain Order Reinstall in the reverse order of removal.

1.2.1 Left Cover


FPEC0111.AI

Removing Procedure
n

1. Remove the rear cover.


2. Remove the left cover.

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1.2.2 Upper Cover 1.2.3 Film Release Unit Cover

Removing Procedure
n Removing Procedure
n

1. Remove the rear cover. 1. Remove the rear cover.


2. Remove the left cover. 2. Remove the left cover.
3. Open the front cover. 3. Open the front cover.
4. Open the right cover. 4. Open the right cover.
5. Remove the upper cover. 5. Remove the upper cover.
6. Remove the film release unit cover.

n Reinstalling Procedure n Reinstalling Procedure


Reinstall in the reverse order of removal. Reinstall in the reverse order of removal.

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1.2.4 Film Loading Unit Cover 1.2.5 Lower Right Cover

Removing Procedure
n Removing Procedure
n

1. Remove the film tray. 1. Remove the film tray.


{MC:3.2_Film Tray} {MC:3.2_Film Tray}

2. Open the front cover. 2. Open the front cover.


3. Remove the film loading unit cover. 3. Remove the film loading unit cover.
4. Remove the lower right cover.

n Reinstalling Procedure
Reinstall in the reverse order of removal. n Reinstalling Procedure
Reinstall in the reverse order of removal.

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1.2.6 Right Cover

Removing Procedure
n

1. Remove the film tray.


{MC:3.2_Film Tray}

2. Open the front cover.


3. Remove the film loading unit cover.
4. Remove the lower right cover.
5. Remove the right cover.

n Reinstalling Procedure
Reinstall in the reverse order of removal.

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2. FRAME <NOTE>
To remove the interlock switch assembly, disconnect the connector (faston
terminal) by pressing in the unlocking latch located on the connector as
shown below.
2.1 Interlock Switch Assembly

Removing Procedure
n

1. Remove the following covers.


• Rear cover FPEC0210.AI

• Right cover
• Upper cover n Reinstalling Procedure
2. Remove the interlock switch assembly. Reinstall in the reverse order of removal.
<NOTE>
If the interlock switch has been removed from the interlock switch assembly,
refer to “n CHECK/Adjusting Procedure” and adjust the attaching position.
{n CHECK/Adjusting Procedure}

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n CHECK/Adjusting Procedure 2. Close the right cover and front cover.
1. Temporarily secure the interlock switch assembly. 3. Adjust the attached position of the interlock switch assembly.
<NOTE> <NOTE>
Move the interlock switch assembly to the very back and temporarily • After confirming the “click” sound of the interlock switch, move it by
secure it. another 1 mm towards the front of the equipment.
• When moving the interlock switch assembly to the front at #2 in the
following figure, move it horizontally.

4. Open and close the front cover, and check that the interlock switch
turns ON/OFF from the sounds made.

5. Using the PC Utility, check that the interlock function is working


normally.
{MU:2.4 [10-4]_Interlock Function}

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3. FILM LOADING UNIT 4. Remove the removal unit/film loading unit.

3.1 Removal Unit/Film Loading Unit

Removing Procedure
n

1. Remove the film tray. FPEC0340.AI

{MC:3.2_Film Tray}

2. Remove the film loading unit cover.


3. Move the vertical conveyor unit drive transmission gear assembly.

Reinstalling Procedure
n
Reinstall in the reverse order of removal.

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Engagement Adjustment of Vertical Conveyance Unit Drive
n
Transmission Gear
When the bracket of the vertical conveyance unit drive transmission gear has been
removed or when the fixing screws have been loosened, follow the steps below to
adjust the engagement of the vertical conveyance unit drive transmission gear.
<REMARKS>
The fixing screws (TP3x6) of the bracket of the vertical conveyance unit drive
transmission gear are painted in yellow.

1. Loosen the fixing screws of the vertical conveyance unit drive


transmission gear.

2. Align the flanges of the vertical conveyance unit drive transmission


gear and vertical conveyance roller gear, and secure the fixing screws.

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3.2 Film Tray <NOTE>
The manual release arm can be operated with moderate force, and may damage
if pushed in too strongly or pushed with a screwdriver.
Removing Procedure
n
<NOTE>
When pulling out the film tray from the equipment, insert the FPEC0341.AI

shutter into the film tray to prevent exposure of film to light.

1. Insert the shutter into the film tray.


2. Remove the following covers.
• Rear cover
• Left cover

3. Remove the film tray.


<REMARKS>
The length from the hole for inserting a screwdriver to the manual release arm is
120 mm horizontally and 15 mm vertically.

Reinstalling Procedure
n
Reinstall in the reverse order of the removal. Note that there is no need to move the
manual release arm with a screwdriver, simply push in the film tray.

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3.3 Tray Detection Switch (SA2) Reinstalling Procedure
n

Removing Procedure
n 1. Temporarily secure the tray detection switch bracket.
<NOTE>
1. Remove the removal unit/film loading unit. FPEC0342.AI Temporarily secure with the tray detection switch bracket moved to the very
{MC:3.1_Removal Unit/Film Loading Unit} end.

2. Remove the film tray detection switch (SA2).

<NOTE> 2. Insert the film tray into the film loading unit.
To disconnect the connectors (faston terminal) of SA2, press in the <NOTE>
unlocking latch located on the connector as shown below.
• If the switch clicks with a sound when pushing in the tray, perform steps
3 to 6.
• If it does not click with a sound, perform only step 8.

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3. At the point when the switch clicks with a sound, measure the length 5. Measure the length from the rear end of the film tray to the film loading
from the rear end of the film tray to the film loading unit frame (A). unit frame again (B).

4. Push in the film tray and check that it locks, and then pull out the tray. 6. Perform one of the following procedure using the value obtained by
subtracting (B) from the measured value (A).
<REMARKS>
• When above 0mm : Step 7
The film tray may shake slightly even when locked. To improve the precision of • When value is negative : Step 8
attaching the tray detection switch, pull out the film tray towards the front of the
equipment in the locked state, and then proceed to the next step.

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7. Push the tray detection switch in the arrow direction as shown in the 8. Push the tray detection switch in the arrow direction as shown in the
following figure, and tighten the screw firmly. following figure, and tighten the screw firmly.
<NOTE> <NOTE>
If the value obtained by subtracting (B) from the measured value (A) in step Tighten the screw after pushing the tray detection switch by another 2 mm
6 is as follows, completely tighten the screw at the indicated position. after pushing it in the arrow direction and the actuator releases the switch
• 0 mm : Move the film detection switch by 2mm in the arrow direction, button with a click sound.
and completely tighten the screw.
• +1 mm : Move the film detection switch by 1 mm in the arrow direction,
and completely tighten the screw.
• +2 mm : Completely tighten the screw there.

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n CHECK/Adjusting Procedure
• Check that when the tray is pushed in the locked state, there is still extra actuator
stroke.
• Check that when the tray is pulled in the locked state, the switch does not make a
click sound.
<NOTE>
When connecting the connectors (faston terminal) of SA2, ensure that they are
facing as shown below. Otherwise, the faston terminal will be hard to disconnect
when performing periodic maintenance, etc.

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3.4 Tray Lock Assembly Reinstalling Procedure
n
Reinstall in the reverse order of removal.
Removing Procedure
n <NOTE>
When connecting the connectors (faston terminal) of SA2, ensure that they are
1. Remove the removal unit/film loading unit. FPEC0343.AI
facing as shown below. Otherwise, the faston terminal will be hard to disconnect
{MC:3.1_Removal Unit/Film Loading Unit} when performing periodic maintenance, etc.

2. Remove the tray lock assembly.

<NOTE>
To disconnect the connectors (faston terminal) of SA2, press in the
unlocking latch located on the connector as shown below.

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3.5 Shutter Lock Mechanism Reinstalling Procedure
n
Reinstall in the reverse order of the removal procedure.
Removing Procedure
n <REMARKS>
This shutter lock mechanism works to lock in the shutter when it is inserted to pull out
1. Remove the film tray. FPEC0344.AI
the tray by moving the pin into the hole on the shutter.
{MC:3.2_Film Tray}

2. Remove the shutter lock mechanism.

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3.6 Squeezing Roller (Upper)

Removing Procedure
n

1. Remove the removal unit/film loading unit. FPEC0345.AI

{MC:3.1_Removal Unit/Film Loading Unit}


<NOTE>
When removing the squeezing roller, be sure to not drop or lose the roller.

2. Remove the squeezing roller (upper).

Reinstalling Procedure
n
Reinstall in the reverse order of removal.

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3.7 Film Pack/Shutter Detection
Sensor (SA1)

Removing Procedure
n
FPEC0346.AI

1. Insert the shutter into the film tray.


2. Remove the film tray.
{MC:3.2_Film Tray}

3. Remove the film loading unit cover


4. Remove the film pack/shutter detection sensor (SA1).

Reinstalling Procedure
n
Reinstall in the reverse order of removal.

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4. REMOVAL UNIT 3. Disconnect the connectors, and release the clamps.
<NOTE>

4.1 Removal Unit To disconnect the connectors (faston terminal) of SA2, press in the
unlocking latch located on the connector as shown below.

Removing Procedure
n

1. Remove the removal unit/film loading unit. FPEC0440.AI

{MC:3.1_Removal Unit/Film Loading Unit}

2. Remove the removal exit cover.

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4. Remove the removal unit. Reinstalling Procedure
n
<NOTE> Reinstall in the reverse order of removal.
<NOTE>
When removing part and/or adjusting the removal unit removed, place it
on the film loading unit to prevent deformation of the bottom part of the • When reinstalling the removal unit, first attach the following circled screw.
removal unit.

• When connecting the connectors (faston terminal) of SA2, ensure that they
are facing as shown below. Otherwise, the faston terminal will be hard to
disconnect when performing periodic maintenance, etc.

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4.2 Suction Cup Arm 3. Remove the suction cup arm.
Removing Procedure
n

1. Remove the removal unit/film loading unit. FPEC0441.AI

{MC:3.1_Removal Unit/Film Loading Unit}

2. Move the suction cup arm.


<NOTE>
When the suction cup arm is at its home position, as the auxiliary plate is
touching the suction cup arm and is therefore difficult to remove, move the
suction cup arm in the arrow direction.

Reinstalling Procedure
n
Reinstall in the reverse order of removal.

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4.3 Removal Drive Cam 5. Disconnect the connectors from the gear fixing cover (front inner).
Removing Procedure
n 6. Remove the gear fixing cover (front inner).
1. Remove the removal unit. FPEC0442.AI

{MC:4.1_Removal Unit}

2. Move the suction cup arm to the home position.


3. Remove the removal unit conveyance motor (MB2).
{MC:4.6_Removal Unit Conveyance Motor (MB2)}

4. Remove the gear fixing cover (front outer).

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7. Remove the removal drive cam (front) together with the crank. Reinstalling Procedure
n
<NOTE> <NOTE>
When removing the removal drive cam (front), be careful not to drop or lose • As the procedure for installing the removal drive cam is the same for the
the suction cup arm assembly bearing. front and rear, only the installing procedure for the front is described.
• When performing the following procedure, move the suction cup arm to
the home position.

1. Reinstall the removal drive cam to the removal unit together with the
crank.

2. Reinstall the idle gear to the shaft.


3. Reinstall the link gear to the gear fixing cover (front inner).
<NOTE>
At this time, the two holes on gear 1 should be at the following positions
(top).

8. Remove the removal drive cam (rear) in the same way as removal
drive came (front).
<NOTE>
If removing the front and rear removal drive cams together, it will be
necessary to adjust the phases of these cams.

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4. Insert the pins into the two holes on link gear, adjust the phase of the 5. Pull out the pin, and check that the link gear is attached correctly.
removal drive cam, and reinstall the gear fixing cover (front inner).
<NOTE>
<NOTE>
The two holes on link gear should be aligned to the holes on the removal
• Do not install the bearing of the idle gear at this time. drive cam.
• The pins to be used must not be extremely thin or easy to deform and
should fit the holes on the gear as closely as possible.

<REMARKS>
Any gear in position of the removal drive cam can be checked by visually
checking the mark on the cam from the long hole of the link gear.

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6. If with the phases of the front removal drive cam and that of the rear 9. Reinstall the gear fixing cover (front outer).
removal drive cam corresponding, disengage idle gear, align the rib
position of idle gear and that of link gear, and adjust the front and rear 10. Reinstall the removal unit conveyance motor (MB2).
phases.
CHECK/Adjusting Procedure
n
After reinstalling the removal drive cam, check that the suction cup arm moves
smoothly. Also visually check that the suction cup arm is horizontal.
<REMARKS>
When moving the suction cup arm, rotate the shaft by a slotted screwdriver as shown
in the following figure.

<NOTE>
After checking the operation, move the suction cup arm to the home position.

7. Reinstall the bearing to the shaft of idle gear.


8. Reinstall the exit roller gear.
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4.4 Suction Cup

Removing Procedure
n

1. Remove the suction cup arm. FPEC0443.AI

{MC:4.2_Suction Cup Arm}

2. Remove the suction cup.

Reinstalling Procedure
n
Reinstall in the reverse order of removal.

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4.5 Bellows 3. Remove the bellows.
<INSTRUCTIONS>
n Removing Procedure
When removing the bellows, be sure to not lose the springs.
1. Remove the suction cup arm. FPEC0444.AI

{MC:4.2_Suction Cup Arm}

2. Remove the suction cup unit.

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n Reinstalling Procedure nCHECK/Adjusting Procedure
Reinstall in the reverse order of removal. Check for air leak by the following steps.
<INSTRUCTIONS> 1. Suction the film with the suction cup manually and check that the film
• When reinstalling, insert the second groove from the top of the bellows into does not drop off for about 60 seconds.
the plate.
• Leave a clearance of about 1.5 to 2.0 mm between the bellows anf holder. 2. Press the suction cup arm against the film until the bottommost
position of the actuator for detection SB2 passes the SB2 detection
point.

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4.6 Removal Unit Conveyance Motor
(MB2)

Removing Procedure
n
FPEC0445.AI

1. Remove the removal unit/film loading unit.


{MC:3.1_Removal Unit/Film Loading Unit}

2. Remove the removal unit conveyance motor (MB2).

Reinstalling Procedure
n
Reinstall in the revers