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Kodak DryView 7000 FILM DUPLICATING SYSTEM

User Guide, Rev. A

Warnings and Cautions


Safety, EMC, and CE Marking Compliance
Section 1 – Introduction
Section 2 – Controls and Indicators
Section 3 – Operation
Section 4 – Maintenance
Section 5 – Troubleshooting
Section 6 – Specifications

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Kodak 7000 Film Duplicating System Service Manual
Important Safety Instructions
1999 Rev. A i

Important Safety Instructions


Read and understand all instructions before using.
Vor der Bedienung des Geräts bitte gründlich mit
allen Anweisungen vertraut machen.

! WARNING
This equipment is operated with hazardous voltage
which can shock, burn, or cause death.
Remove wall plug before servicing equipment. Never
pull on cord to remove from outlet. Grasp plug and pull
to disconnect.
Do not operate equipment with a damaged power cord.
Do not use an extension cord to power this equipment.
Use only the power cord supplied with this equipment.
Position the power cord so it will not be tripped over or
pulled.
Connect this equipment to a grounded outlet.
Kodak 7000 Film Duplicating System Service Manual
Revision History
1999 Rev. A ii

! WARNUNG
Die Betriebsspannung dieses Geräts kann zu
elektrischem Schlag, Verbrennungen oder
Lebensgefahr führen.
Vor Wartungsarbeiten am Gerät, immer erst den
Netzstecker abziehen. Zum Herausziehen aus der
Steckdose, nur am Stecker anfassen. Nicht am Kabel
ziehen.
Gerät NICHT mit beschädigtem Netzkabel in Betrieb
nehmen.
Gerät NICHT mit Verlängerungsschnur verwenden.
Das Netzkabel ist so zu verlegen, daß niemand
darüber stolpern oder daran ziehen kann.
Das Gerät muß an eine Schuko–Steckdose
angeschlossen werden.
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Revision History
1999 Rev. A iii

! WARNING

Do not locate this equipment within 1.8 meters of a


patient bed or treatment area.

! WARNUNG
Bei Aufstellung dieses Gerätes einen Abstand von
mindestens 1,8 m von Krankenbetten und
Behandlungbereichen einhalten.

! WARNING

Not protected against ingress of liquids, including


bodily fluids.

! WARNUNG

Das Gerät besitzt keinen Schutz vor Eindringen von


Flüssigkeiten, einschließlich Körperflüssigkeiten.
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Revision History
1999 Rev. A iv

! CAUTION
Do not use in the presence of flammable anesthetics,
oxygen or nitrous oxide. This equipment does not have
a gas sealed electronics enclosure and could ignite any
flammable or explosive gases present in its
environment.

! ACHTUNG

Gerät nicht zusammen mit entzündlichen


Betäubungsmitteln, flüssigem Sauerstoff oder
Stickstoffoxid einsetzen. Die Schaltungen dieses Gerät
sind in keinem luftdichten Gehäuse untergebracht und
können daher alle in der Umgebung vorhandenen
brennbaren bzw. explosiven Gase entzünden.
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1999 Rev. A v

! CAUTION

General external cleaning: This equipment may be


cleaned with a damp cloth using water with mild
detergent, or commercial electronic equipment cleaner.

! ACHTUNG

Allgemeine Reinigung der Oberfläche: Dieses Gerät


mit einem feuchten Tuch und einer milden
Reinigungslauge oder einem gewerblichen
Reinigungsmittel für elektronische Geräte säubern.

! CAUTION

Do not substitute or modify this equipment without


approval of Eastman Kodak Company.

! ACHTUNG

Dieses Gerät nicht ohne Erlaubnis von der Eastman


Kodak Company austauschen oder verändern.
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Revision History
1999 Rev. A vi

! CAUTION
This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one or more of the following measures:
–Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
–Increase the separation between the equipment
and receiver.
–Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
–Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
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Revision History
1999 Rev. A vii

! ACHTUNG
Dieses Gerät wurde geprüft und entsprach den Grenzwerten
eines digitalen Gerätes der Klasse B, gemäß Absatz 15 der
FCC–Bestimmungen. Diese Grenzwerte sind so ausgelegt,
daß sie einen hinreichenden Schutz vor Funkstörungen in
Wohnbereichen bieten. Dieses Gerät erzeugt und verwendet
Funkfrequenzen und kann diese ausstrahlen; insbesondere
kann es bei unsachgemäßer Installation oder
unsachgemäßem Betrieb, d.h. abweichend von der
Betriebsanweisung, Störungen im Funkverkehr auslösen. Es
kann jedoch keinerlei Gewähr gegeben werden, daß in einer
betreffenden Installation keine Funkstörungen auftreten
werden. Sollte das Gerät Störungen für den Radio– bzw.
Fernsehempfang verursachen, was durch Ein– und
Ausschalten bestätigt werden kann, wird der Benutzer
aufgefordert, mit einer oder mehreren der folgenden
Abhilfemaßnahmen die Störung zu beseitigen:
· Die Empfangsantenne neu ausrichten bzw. umstellen
· Den Abstand zwischen dem Gerät und dem Empfänger
vergrößern
· Die Geräte an Steckdosen getrennter Stromkreise
anschließen
· Den Händler oder einen erfahrenen Rundfunktechniker um
Hilfe bitten
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Revision History
1999 Rev. A viii

! CAUTION

This equipment is intended to connect to other medical


devices. Installation and service maintenance are to be
performed only by qualified service personnel.

! ACHTUNG
Dieses Gerät ist für die Verwendung mit anderen
medizinischen Geräten vorgesehen. Installation und
Wartung dürfen nur von qualifiziertem
Wartungspersonal durchgeführt werden.
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1999 Rev. A ix

! CAUTION
This equipment employs a 30 milliwatt laser. Laser
radiation may be present when the machine
operates without panels or covers installed.
Use of controls or adjustments, or performance of
procedures other than those specified herein, may
result in eye damage.
Covers shall be removed by authorized service
personnel only.

! ACHTUNG
Dieses Gerät arbeitet mit einem unsichtbaren 30
mW Laserstrahl. Bei Betrieb dieses Geräts ohne
Abdeckungen oder Verkleidung kann
Laserstrahlung austreten.
Die unsachgemäße Verwendung der
Bedienungselemente, sowie Einstellungen oder
Verfahrensweisen, die hier nicht beschrieben werden,
können zu einer Verletzung der Augen führen.
Abdeckungen dürfen nur von hierzu befugtem
Wartungspersonal abgenommen werden.
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1999 Rev. A x

Class 1 Laser
Laser de catégorie 1
LaserKlasse 1
Laser di Classe 1
Klass 1 Laser

The following warning label is visible when the front


access panel is opened.

DANGER
LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AND INTERLOCK
FAILED OR DEFEATED. AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE
TO BEAM.

Der folgende Schutzaufkleber is sichtbar, sobald die


vorder zugangsleiste geöffnet wird.

GEFAHR

IM OFFENEN ZUSTAND GEFAHR MÖGLICHER LASERSTRAHLUNG,


WENN DIE SCHUTZVERRIEGELUNG VERSAGT ODER AUßER KRAFT
GESETZT WORDE. DIREKTE AUSSETZUNG ZUM LASERSTRAHL VER-
MEIDEN.
Kodak 7000 Film Duplicating System Service Manual
Safety, EMC, and CE Marking Compliance
1999 Rev. A xi

Safety, EMC, and CE Marking


Compliance
Safety
Europe:
EN60825-1:1993/A11:1996 Safety for Laser
Systems
EN60950/A4:1997 Safety for Information
Technology Equipment
U.S.A:
UL 1950:1995, 3rd Edition Safety for Information
Technology Equipment
CDRH Class 1 Laser Safety

EMC
Europe:
EN55011:1991 Conducted and Radiated
Emissions for ISM Equipment, Grp. 1, Class “B”
EN60601-1-2:1992 Electromagnetic Compatibility
Medical Electrical Equipment
IEC 801-2:1991 ESD
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Safety, EMC, and CE Marking Compliance
1999 Rev. A xii

IEC 801-3:1992 Radiated Electromagnetic Fields


IEC 801-4:1988 Electrical Fast Transient/ Burst
IEC 801-5:1993 Surge Immunity
U.S.A.:
FCC 47CFR Part 15 Conducted and Radiated
Emissions
FDA:
510K Market Notification
CE:
CE Marked
Kodak 7000 Film Duplicating System Service Manual
Section 1 – Specifications
1999 Rev. A 1-1

Introduction
The Kodak DryView 7000 Film Duplicating System
scans and digitizes the images on medical films and
sends the digitized images to a Kodak Imager for
printing.
This manual provides instructions for operating the Film
Duplicating System, including the following information:
 Descriptions of the functions of all controls and
indicators (Section 2)
 Instructions for operating the machine to produce
quality duplicates of original films (Section 3)
 Maintenance procedures (Section 4)
 Troubleshooting information (Section 5)
 Machine specifications (Section 6)
Kodak 7000 Film Duplicating System Service Manual
Section 1 – Specifications
1999 Rev. A 1-2

Film Feeder
with Slots for Local
Three Different Panel
Size Films

Power
Switch

Film Catch
Area
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Section 2 – Installation
1999 Rev. A 2-1

Controls and Indicators


Kodak 7000 Film Duplicating System Service Manual
Section 2 – Installation
1999 Rev. A 2-2

Status Indicators

Indicator Description
STATUS Light
Off Machine power is off.
Green Machine is ready. You may insert film.
Green (blinking) Duplication is in process. Do not insert
another film.
Yellow (blinking) Machine is either warming up or in an
error state. (Refer to the display.)

Display Messages
See the table on the next page for a description of the
messages that can appear on the two-line display.
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Section 2 – Installation
1999 Rev. A 2-3

Display Message Description


Display Messages (1st and 2nd Lines):
INITIALIZATION: Machine is preparing itself by:
Film path Checking to make sure the film
path is clear.
Scan system Self-testing and calibrating.
Printer check Verifying communications with printer.
READY: Machine is ready for duplicating:
Insert film Insert film into the feed bin.
+ to start When all films have been loaded,
press + key to start duplicating.
LOADING: Machine is aligning film in its entrance.
Do not add film Do not add film until the end of the
duplicating cycle.
FILM LOADED: Machine is about to start duplication. Do
Do not add film not add film.

DUPLICATING: Machine is duplicating.


– to pause next If you wish to add more film,
press – to cause machine to
pause after current film drops.
Do not add film Do not load film until READY
+ to start displays.

NOT READY Machine is not ready. See page 5-2 for a


Door open, etc. listing of all error messages.
Kodak 7000 Film Duplicating System Service Manual
Section 2 – Installation
1999 Rev. A 2-4

User Controls

Control* Description
MENU When READY is indicated on the
first line of the display, the MENU
key can be used to display new
menus, allowing the user to select
from COPIES TO PRINT, IMAGE
FORMAT, CLEANING FILM or
TEST PATTERN. (See next page.)
+ and – These keys are used to scan
through (increment or decrement)
and change the values shown on
the second line of the display for
COPIES TO PRINT and IMAGE
FORMAT.
* See Section 3 for instructions for using these controls.
Kodak 7000 Film Duplicating System Service Manual
Section 2 – Installation
1999 Rev. A 2-5

Display Message Description


Menus Selected via MENU Key:
COPIES TO PRINT Number of copies to print. The
Copies = 1 number is user selectable, between
1 and 5 copies.

IMAGE FORMAT The current image format, either


True Size or Full True Size or Full Copy. (See page
Copy 3-4 for information on image
formats.)

CLEANING FILM
Enables a cleaning film to be run
Insert Film without generating an output film at
[+] to clean the Imager. (See page 4-1.)

TEST PATTERN Enables sending a stored test


[+] to generate image to the Imager for analysis.
(See page 5-4.)
Kodak 7000 Film Duplicating System Service Manual
Section 3 – Adjustments
1999 Rev. A 3-1

Operation
Normal Operating Sequence
An operating sequence may include:
1. Applying power to the machine—if the system has
been shut down. (See page 3-2.)
2. Selecting the number of copies to be made of the
original—if the number is different from the current
selection. (See page 3-3.)
3. Selecting the image format for the copy—if the
format needs to be different from the current
selection. (See page 3-4.)
4. Selecting the contrast setting on the Imager, if the
contrast needs to be different from the current
selection. (See page 3-6.)
5. Making the duplicate. (See page 3-7.)

Note
A normal operating sequence often will require
only step 5.
Kodak 7000 Film Duplicating System Service Manual
Section 3 – Adjustments
1999 Rev. A 3-2

Turning Power On
1. Press the Power Switch ON. The display will
indicate INITIALIZATION. Initialization includes:
 A check of the DryView 7000 film path.
 A self-test of the DryView 7000 electronics.
 A check of the communications line between
the DryView 7000 and the Imager.
 A self-calibration of the DryView 7000.

Note
You may wish to leave power applied to the
system between copying sessions. If it is left idle,
the machine will go into a power-saving mode.

2. Wait for the display to indicate READY before


attempting to duplicate a film.

Power
Switch

7000–08C
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Section 3 – Adjustments
1999 Rev. A 3-3

Selecting the Desired Number of Copies


1. With the first line of the display indicating READY,
use the MENU key to select COPIES TO PRINT.
2. Press + or – to display the desired number of
copies on the display.

Note
Normally the default number for copies is 1, and
the maximum selectable value is 5. However, if
you wish to have these default values changed,
they are configurable by service.
Kodak 7000 Film Duplicating System Service Manual
Section 3 – Adjustments
1999 Rev. A 3-4

Selecting the Image Format


The DryView 7000 provides the following two image
formats:
 True Size—When true-size is selected, a slightly
truncated version of 14 by 17 inch film is digitized at
325 dpi, and printed within the standard borders of
the Imager output film. (The borders of the image
are “clipped.”) The duplicate has approximately a 1
to 1 size ratio to the original film.
 Full Copy—With full-copy format, an entire 14 by
17 inch image is digitized at 300 dpi, and printed
within the standard borders of the Imager output
film. (The scale of the copy is slightly reduced from
the original.)
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Section 3 – Adjustments
1999 Rev. A 3-5

Depending on the format of the film to be duplicated,


use the MENU and + and – keys to select the desired
image format as follows:
1. With the first line of the display indicating READY,
use the MENU key to select IMAGE FORMAT.
2. Press + or – to select the desired format.
Kodak 7000 Film Duplicating System Service Manual
Section 3 – Adjustments
1999 Rev. A 3-6

Selecting Contrast on the Imager


The Laser Imager has 15 different contrast settings
that can be chosen to optimize image quality of the
output film. The contrast settings allow original films of
varying densities to produce duplicates with the
maximum amount of dynamic range.
Using the chart below, select the contrast setting that is
recommended for the Dmin and Dmax of the original
film. For example, if the original film has a Dmin of 0.12
and a Dmax of 3.0, a contrast setting of 6 is suggested.
However, be aware that the densities shown in the
chart are “approximate,” and other similar settings
could produce good results from a user’s perspective.

Dmax Dmax Dmax Dmax Dmax

Dmin C=1 C=2 C=3 C=4 C =5


0.05
Dmin C=6 C=7 C=8 C=9 C = 10
0.12
Dmin C = 11 C = 12 C = 13 C = 14 C = 15
0.20
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Section 3 – Adjustments
1999 Rev. A 3-7

Making a Duplicate
1. Check that the display indicates READY.
2. Sort the films to be duplicated according to size.

Note
The DryView 7000 allows a maximum of 30 films
to be placed in the three input bins at a time. The
films, sorted by size, must be centered in the
smallest possible bin slot. Insert the large films
first to reduce the possibility of jams.

3. Facing the DryView 7000, hold the films to be


duplicated with the top up and the text reading left
to right (normal reading orientation).
4. Insert the top of each film into the appropriate size
input bin, so the bottom of the image is up as the
film enters the bin. (See illustration on next page.)
5. When the films are loaded in the bins, press the +
key to begin the duplicating process.
6. To add film while duplicating is in process, press the
– key to pause duplication. When the display
indicates READY, load the additional film. Then
press + to resume duplication.
Kodak 7000 Film Duplicating System Service Manual
Section 3 – Adjustments
1999 Rev. A 3-8
Kodak 7000 Film Duplicating System Service Manual
Section 4 – Disassembly
1999 Rev. A 4-1

Maintenance
This section provides instructions for operator
maintenance of the DryView 7000. Maintenance
consists essentially of cleaning, and includes the
following procedures:
 Cleaning the film transport rollers by running
cleaning film through the film transport. (See
page 4-2.)
 Cleaning the light collection module. This
requires opening the front access panel and
lowering the light collection module panel to
expose the diffuser screen. (See page 4-4.)

Note
Procedures for responding to machine error
messages and clearing film jams are provided in
the Troubleshooting section of this manual.
Kodak 7000 Film Duplicating System Service Manual
Section 4 – Disassembly
1999 Rev. A 4-2

Cleaning the Film Transport Rollers


The film transport rollers will collect dust from the film in
time. The dust can cause image artifacts on the
duplicate film, and can even scratch the original film.
Every 2 months, or if artifacts from dust appear on
duplicated film, clean the rollers. Use a sheet of
cleaning film from the Cleaning Film Kit (part number
78-8053-4118-3) as follows:

Note
When CLEANING FILM is selected, the duplicator
will not send information to the Imager. Therefore
the Imager will not print an image of the cleaning
sheet.

1. With the display indicating READY, press the


MENU key to display CLEANING FILM / Insert
Film.
2. Insert the cleaning sheet into the transport entrance
with the cleaning (adhesive) surface facing you.
(The display should now indicate CLEANING FILM
/ [+] to clean.)
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1999 Rev. A 4-3

3. Press + to begin. (While the cleaning film is being


sent through the transport, the display will indicate
CLEANING FILM / Cleaning.)
4. Discard the used cleaning sheet.
5. Repeat the process with a new cleaning sheet, but
this time with the cleaning (adhesive) surface facing
away from you. (When cleaning is finished, the
display will automatically revert to READY / Insert
film.)

Note
If the cleaning film sticks to the rollers, pull lightly
on the film from the bottom of the machine to
allow it to exit.
Kodak 7000 Film Duplicating System Service Manual
Section 4 – Disassembly
1999 Rev. A 4-4

Cleaning the Light Collection Module


The light collection module measures the light as the
laser beam scans the film. Over time, dust can collect
on the diffuser screen of the module, resulting in image
artifacts on the duplicate film. Clean the diffuser screen
every 2 months or 500 prints:
1. Turn off machine power and unplug the power cord
from the wall outlet.

! Warning
When the power cord is plugged in, hazardous
voltages are present in the DryView 7000.

2. Pull down the front access panel (see View A on


the next page).
3. Unscrew the two thumbscrews securing the front
panel of the light collection module (see View B).
4. Gently swing the light collection module panel
forward on its hinges (see View B). (Move the panel
carefully, to avoid hanging up and damaging
cables.)
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Section 4 – Disassembly
1999 Rev. A 4-5

2 Pull Access
Panel Down

View A

4 Gently
Swing
Panel
Forward

3 Unscrew Two
Thumbscrews View B
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Section 4 – Disassembly
1999 Rev. A 4-6

!
Caution
The translucent surface of the diffuser screen,
which is about 14-1/2 inches (37 cm) long and
1/8 inch (1/2 cm) wide, is easily damaged by
fingernails and jewelry. Remove any jewelry
(rings, etc.) that might accidentally contact the
screen. Also, never use solvents such as
acetone, benzene or window spray on the
screen. These solvents can permanently
damage the screen.

5. Using the alcohol wipes supplied in the cleaning kit,


carefully clean the surface of the diffuser screen.
(See illustration on the next page.)
6. Visually inspect the diffuser screen for dust, and
wipe it off if it is still visible.
7. When finished cleaning, reassemble in reverse
order of disassembly. Make sure the two
thumbscrews are retightened to correctly align the
light collection module.
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Section 4 – Disassembly
1999 Rev. A 4-7

Diffuser
Screen
Kodak 7000 Film Duplicating System Service Manual
Section 5 – Tools/Preventive Maintenance
1999 Rev. A 5-1

Troubleshooting
Machine Problems – General

Problem Remedy
Display error message. See table on next page.
Scratches on original film. Clean the film transport
rollers. (See page 4-2.)
Crisp dark or light vertical Clean the light collection
lines on duplicate. module. (See page 4-4.)
Blurry dark or light vertical Dust on laser assembly. (Call
lines on duplicate. service.)
Image quality not Adjust contrast or density on
satisfactory. laser imager.
Duplicator seems to work Duplicator is in Standalone
properly, but no output film Mode. Press all three user
is generated. keys to return it to normal
operation.
Film does not transport Clear film jam (see page 5-6).
through Duplicator, Reload films, making sure
causing film jam errors. leading edges of the film
stack are flush and all films
are in proper bins.
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Section 5 – Tools/Preventive Maintenance
1999 Rev. A 5-2

Display Error Messages


Message Cause Remedy
Calibrate Light collection Clean light
error module needs collection module.
cleaning. (See page 4-4.)
Check Imager has an error Check imager local
printer condition. panel for error
information.
Door Front door is open. Close door.
open
DSP Failure to Power off, then on.
error communicate with If problem persists,
microprocessor. call service.
Feeder Feeder motor has Power off, then on.
error failed. If problem persists,
call service.
Fiber Fiber board error. Power off, then on.
error If problem persists,
call service.
Film jam Film is stuck in Clear film jam. (See
rollers. page 5-6.)
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Section 5 – Tools/Preventive Maintenance
1999 Rev. A 5-3

Display Error Messages (cont.)


Message Cause Remedy
LCD The local panel Power off, then on.
error display has failed. If problem persists,
call service.
Log Memory error. Power off, then on.
error If problem persists,
call service.
Needs Dirty film transport Clean film drive roll-
cleaning rollers or light ers or light collec-
collection module. tion module. (See
pages 4-2 and 4-4.)
No print- No response from Check for bad cable
er reply Imager. connection or pow-
er to Imager.
Printer Imager is printing Wait for Imager to
busy and cannot accept complete its task.
more data.
Printer Configuration pro- Power off, then on.
config blem between Du- If problem persists,
plicator and Imager. call service.
Printer Film is jammed in Clear jam in Imager.
film jam Imager.
Kodak 7000 Film Duplicating System Service Manual
Section 5 – Tools/Preventive Maintenance
1999 Rev. A 5-4

Display Error Messages (cont.)


Message Cause Remedy
Printer Imager is out of Load film in Imager.
film out film. Filming will continue
automatically.
Registry Memory error. Power off, then on.
error If problem persists,
call service.
Scan Scanner operation Power off, then on.
error is out of spec. If problem persists,
call service.
Serial I/O Communication Power off, then on.
Error circuit error. If problem persists,
call service.
SOS Start of scan is not Power off, then on.
error being detected. If problem persists,
call service.
User Pushbutton failure. Power off, then on.
panel If problem persists,
error call service.
Kodak 7000 Film Duplicating System Service Manual
Section 5 – Tools/Preventive Maintenance
1999 Rev. A 5-5

Sending a Test Pattern Image


If problems are occurring in the digitizing and imaging
process, it may be useful to send an image test pattern
to the Imager for printing. The test pattern is stored in
the DryView 7000 and provides a means of testing
transmission to the Imager without having to scan and
digitize an actual film image. The results of the test can
be given to service for analysis prior to an actual
service call. To send a test pattern image:
1. With the Duplicator in a READY state, use the
MENU key to select TEST PATTERN / [+] to
generate.
2. Press the + key to generate and send the test
pattern.
Kodak 7000 Film Duplicating System Service Manual
Section 5 – Tools/Preventive Maintenance
1999 Rev. A 5-6

Clearing Film Jams


When film jams in the transport rollers, one or both
ends of the film should be within reach. Clear the jam
as follows:
1. Grasp the end of the film and carefully pull it out of
the film transport.

Note
If possible, grasp the film from the bottom of the
machine and pull it down to clear it from the
transport rollers. Pull gently to avoid damaging the
film or the transport rollers.

2. The DryView 7000 will reinitialize and return to the


READY state. (If this does not happen, power off
and then on to reinitialize the system.)
3. When the DryView 7000 is READY, reinsert the
film to repeat the digitizing process.
Kodak 7000 Film Duplicating System Service Manual
Section 6 – Theory of Operation
1999 Rev. A 6-1

Specifications
Dimensions
Duplicator 292 mm (11.5 in.) x 565 mm (22.25
in.) by 559 mm (22 in.)
Duplicator and 508 mm (20 in.) by 565 mm (22.25
Pedestal in. x 1119 mm (48 in.)
Weight 48 kg (105 lb.) without Pedestal
66 kg (145 lb.) with Pedestal

Electrical
Voltage 90 to 264 vac (auto ranging)
Frequency 47 to 63 Hz, single phase
Current Draw 650 mA at 120 vac
Fuses (2): 2.5 A T Type Slo Blo

Film Bin Sizes


Accepted Film Widths: 8, 11, and 14 inches
Total Capacity: 30 films
Kodak 7000 Film Duplicating System Service Manual
Section 6 – Theory of Operation
1999 Rev. A 6-2

Operating Environment
Temperature 15 to 40°C (59 to 104°F)
Humidity 25% to 70% RH, noncondensing

Storage Environment
Temperature -35 to 60°C (-31 to 140°F)
Humidity 10% to 90% RH, noncondensing

Cleaning Kit (78-8053-4118-3)


Contains cleaning films and alcohol pad wipes