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IP-6600

Color Ink Jet Printer Maintenance Manual

U00087444001

Seiko I Infotech Inc.

U00087444000

February

2004

U00087444001

March

2004

Copyright (c) by Seiko I Infotech Inc. 2004 All rights reserved The information in this manual is subject to change without prior notice.

CONTENTS

Section 1

Maintenance Procedure Overview

1-1

 

1.1 Maintenance Procedure Overview

1-1

1.2 Required Tools

1-2

1.3 External Views and Names of Parts

1-4

1.4 Maintenance Space

1-6

Section 2

Inspection and Maintenance

2-1

Section 3

Maintenance Mode Menu Operations and Functions

3-1

3.1

Introduction

3-1

3.2

Entering Maintenance Mode

3-2

3.3

Basic Menu Operation

3-3

3.3.1

Menu tree

3-4

3.3.2

Basic operations and keys

3-9

3.4

Menu Operation: Maintenance Mode

3-13

3.4.1

MEC. ADJ Menu

3-13

3.4.2

H. ADJ. Menu

3-17

3.4.3

H. MNTE Menu

3-21

3.4.4

RESET Menu

3-34

3.4.5

TEST-PRN. Menu

3-34

3.4.6

SYSTEM Menu

3-38

3.4.7

FEED Menu

3-41

3.4.8

MONITOR Menu

3-42

3.4.9

DIAG Menu

3-46

3.4.10

SETUP Menu

3-49

3.4.11

ACTUATOR Menu

3-50

3.4.12

FUNCTION Menu

3-54

 

3.4.12.1 System information print

3-55

3.4.12.2 Error log print

3-55

3.4.12.3 Cleaning history print

3-59

 

3.4.13

COUNTER Menu

3-60

3.5

System Information Management

3-61

 

CONTENTS-1

3.7

Heater Panel Maintenance Mode Menu Operations and Functions

3-64

3.6.1 Entering maintenance mode

3-64

3.6.2 Basic menu operation

3-64

3.6.3 Menu items

3-65

Section 4

Troubleshooting (General)

4-1

Section 5

Troubleshooting (Engine and SCSI Controllers)

5-1

5.1 Print Quality Defects

5-1

5.2 Error Message Types

5-4

5.3 Operator Call Errors

5-5

5.4 Warning

5-8

5.4.1 Communication errors

5-8

5.4.2 Winder timeout

5-8

5.5 Service Call Errors

5-9

5.5.1 Self-diagnostic errors at power on

5-9

5.5.1.1 Internal RAM

(0001)

5-10

5.5.1.2 SRAM

(0002)

5-10

5.5.1.3 Flash ROM

(0004)

5-10

5.5.1.4 PIO

(0008)

5-11

5.5.1.5 NVRAM

5-11

5.5.1.6 FPGA (IPB)

(0020)

5-13

5.5.1.7 FPGA (ICB)

(0040)

5-13

5.5.1.8 ASIC CONF (IPB1)

(0080)

5-13

5.5.1.9 ASIC CONF (ICB1)

(0100)

5-14

5.5.1.10 SCSI board

(0200)

5-14

5.5.1.11 SCSI register

(0400)

5-15

5.5.1.12 DRAM

(0800)

5-15

5.5.1.13 POWER SUPPLY (+36, +24, +12 V)

(1000)

5-15

5.5.2 Engine error

5-17

5.5.2.1 Engine error 1110: GA_ATG block clear error

5-18

5.5.2.2 Engine error 1110: GA_ATG DMA error

5-18

5.5.2.3 Engine error 112X: Vacuum fan error

5-19

5.5.2.4 Engine error 1140: Flash ROM write error

5-19

CONTENTS-2

 

5.5.2.5 Engine error 1150: Home position sensor error

5-20

5.5.2.6 Engine error 1160: Wiping error

5-21

5.5.2.7 Engine error 1170: Temperature sensor error

5-22

5.5.2.8 Engine error 1180: Capping motor error

5-23

5.5.2.9 Engine error 119X: VDD2 variable power supply error

5-24

5.5.2.10 Engine error 11AX: NVRAM error

5-25

5.5.2.11 Engine error 11C0: Cap position error

5-26

5.5.2.12 Engine error 11D0: Cooling fan error

5-26

5.5.2.13 Engine error 11E0: Long term strage error

5-26

5.5.2.14 Engine error 120X: Head drive IC error

5-27

5.5.2.15 Engine error 121X: Head temperature error

5-27

5.5.2.16 Engine error 1220: Edge sensor error

5-28

5.5.2.17 Engine error 123x: Sub-tank sensor error (Full or Half)

5-29

5.5.2.18 Engine error 124x: Ink supply sensor error

5-30

5.5.2.19 Engine error 125x: Sub-tank supply error

5-31

5.5.2.20 Engine error 126x: FFC cable connection error

5-32

5.5.2.21 Engine error 1700x: Servo error

5-33

5.5.3

System errors

5-34

5.6 Engine F/W composition and Version Up

5-35

5.6.1 Engine F/W Composition

5-35

5.6.2 Engine F/W Version UP

5-35

5.7 ASIC Program Composition and Version Up

5-37

5.7.1 ASIC Program Composition

5-37

5.7.2 ASIC Program Version Up

5-37

5.8 Setting During Engine Board (IPB1) Replacement

5-38

5.9 Special Power-On Procedure

5-43

5.10 Countermeasures for No Error Message

5-44

5.11 System Information Setting Operation After Head Replacement

5-46

5.12 Heater Errors

5-47

5.12.1 Heater error H01: System error

5-48

5.12.2 Heater error H02: Relay board error

5-48

5.12.3 Heater error H03: F heater temperature error.

5-48

5.12.4 Heater error H04: R heater temperature error

5-49

5.12.5 Heater error H05: P heater temperature error

5-49

5.12.6 Heater error H06: F heater time out error

5-50

5.12.7 Heater error H07: 7 R heater time out error

5-52

5.12.8 Heater error H08: P heater time out error

5-54

 

CONTENTS-3

 

5.12.9 Heater error H09: Operation panel switch error

5-56

5.12.10 Heater error H10: Zero cross error

5-56

Section 6

Parts Replacement (Disassembly/Reassembly)

6-1

 

6.1

Reading This Section

6-1

 

6.1.1

Disassembly/Reassembly Procedure

6-1

 

6.2

Names of Parts

 

6-2

 

6.2.1

Names of parts and layout

6-2

 

6.3

Maintenance Parts Disassembly and Reassembly

6-8

6.3.1

Covers and foot assembly

6-10

 

6.3.1.1 Ink cartridge cover (right) switch assembly

 

(Ink cassette cover (front right))

6-10

 

6.3.1.2 Ink cartridge cover (left) switch assembly (Ink cassette cover (front left))

6-11

6.3.1.3 Interlock Cable 64

6-12

6.3.1.4 Photo sensor assembly

6-13

6.3.1.5 Operation panel assembly, panel cable

6-14

6.3.1.6 Heater panel assembly

6-14

 

6.3.2 Y drive unit

 

6-15

 

6.3.2.1 Photo sensor assembly

6-15

6.3.2.2 Carriage motor assembly, Bearing (DE-46562)

6-15

6.3.2.3 Two-step pulley assembly, synchronizing belt

6-16

6.3.2.4 Steel belt (64)

6-17

6.3.2.5 Driven pulley assembly

6-18

6.3.2.6 Pressure bracket assembly

6-19

6.3.2.7 Pressure roller

6-20

6.3.2.8 T fence

6-21

6.3.2.9 Carriage cable

6-22

 

6.3.3 X drive unit

 

6-23

 

6.3.3.1 Media feed motor assembly and deceleration belt

6-23

6.3.3.2 Adsorption fan assembly

6-24

6.3.3.3 Paper sensor assembly (front)

6-24

6.3.3.4 Paper sensor assembly (rear)

6-25

6.3.3.5 Grid roller

6-26

 

6.3.4 Electrical unit

 

6-30

 

6.3.4.1

Cooling fan assembly

6-30

CONTENTS-4

6.3.4.2 Power supply unit

6-30

6.3.4.3 Board (PCB-ASSY-IPB1, PCB-ASSY-WIM1,

 

PCB-ASSY-VDD2)

6-30

6.3.4.4 Board (PCB-ASSY-RLY)

6-31

6.3.5 Carriage assembly, head unit

6-32

6.3.5.1 Head cable64

6-33

6.3.5.2 Edge sensor assembly

6-34

6.3.5.3 PCB-ASSY-ICB1

6-35

6.3.5.4 Head, ASSY, Cooling Fan

6-36

6.3.5.5 Linear encoder assembly

6-41

6.3.6 Wiping unit (64)

6-44

6.3.6.1 Wiping unit (64)

6-44

6.3.6.2 Cleaner (wiper 64) unit

6-45

6.3.6.3 Blade (WIPER RUBBER 64)

6-45

6.3.6.4 Motor (wiper) assembly

6-46

6.3.6.5 Switch (wiper) assembly

6-47

6.3.6.6 Belt (wiper)

6-47

6.3.7 Capping unit

6-48

6.3.7.1 Capping unit (64)

6-48

6.3.7.2 Motor (cap) assembly

6-50

6.3.7.3 Timing belt

6-50

6.3.7.4 Solenoid

6-51

6.3.7.5 Cap assembly

6-52

6.3.7.6 Torque limiter

6-53

6.3.7.7 Pump assembly

6-54

6.3.7.8 Tray (ink) assembly

6-55

6.3.7.9 Joint (cap)

6-56

6.3.8 Ink cartridge unit

6-57

6.3.8.1 Ink box (left/right) assembly, filter assembly (Sa),

 

and pump tube

6-57

6.3.8.2 PCB-ASSY-INK

6-59

6.3.9 Sub tank unit

6-60

6.3.9.1

Sub tank unit, full sensor ASSY, half full sensor ASSY.

6-60

6.3.10 Heater unit

6-62

6.3.10.1 Paper guide F (with heater)

6-62

6.3.10.2 Paper guide R (with heater)

6-62

6.3.10.3 Platen assembly

6-63

 

CONTENTS-5

Section 7

Adjustment

7-1

 

7.1 Steel Belt Tension Adjustment

7-2

7.2 Head Cover Plate Adjustment

7-3

7.3 Synchronizing Belt (Y Drive Motor Belt) Tension Adjustment

7-4

7.4 Deceleration Belt (X Drive Motor Belt) Tension Adjustment

7-4

7.5 Wiping Unit Height Adjustment

7-5

7.6 Wiping Position Correction

7-6

7.7 Cap Position Correction

7-8

7.8 Initial Ink Charge/Ink Extraction

7-10

7.9 Nozzle Check 7.9.1 Manual cleaning (the same function as the cleaning in the user mode)

7-12

7-12

7.9.2 Manual Cleaning

7-13

7.9.3 Fill Cap

7-13

7.9.4 Discharging ink

7-14

7.9.5 Cleaning with naintenance liquid cartridge

7-14

7.10 Head Drive Voltage Setting

7-15

7.11 Ink Head Adjustment Procedure

7-16

7.12 Bi-directional Print Position (L) Correction

7-27

7.13 Bi-directional Print Position (R) Correction

7-30

7.14 Paper Feed Amount Correction

7-30

7.14.1

Adjustment using “FEED PATTERN”

7-31

7.15 Head Position Correction (Main scanning direction)

7-34

7.16 Side Margin Position Correction (SENSOR (SIDE) ADJ)

7-37

7.17 Top Margin Position Correction (SENSOR (TOP) ADJ)

7-39

7.18 Appendix

7-41

Section 8

Operations

8-1

8.1 System Operation Overview

8-1

8.2 Paper Transport System

8-2

8.3 Carriage Transport System

8-5

8.4 Ink System

8-6

8.5 Print Functions

8-10

8.6 Principle of Head Drive

8-14

8.7 Print Mode

8-15

CONTENTS-6

8.8 IPB1(Engine Control) Board

8-18

8.8.1 Basic configuration

8-18

8.8.2 Engine Unit Operation

8-19

8.9 Engine Control Firmware

8-25

8.9.1 Function blocks

8-25

8.9.2 Operation description

8-26

8.10 Power Supply Unit

8-27

8.10.1 Electrical specifications

8-27

8.10.2 Connector specifications

8-27

8.10.3 ON/OFF sequence

8-29

8.10.4 Others

8-29

CONTENTS-7

Figure

Figure 1-1

Maintenance work flowchart

1-1

Figure 1-2

External views and names of parts (Front)

1-4

Figure 1-3

External views and names of parts (Rear)

1-5

Figure 1-4

Maintenance space

1-6

Figure 6-1

Cover Names and Layout

6-2

Figure 6-6

Maintenance parts names (Carriage head unit)

6-5

Figure 8-1

Printer operation overview

8-1

Figure 8-2

Transport system mechanism (X axis)

8-2

Figure 8-3

Transport system mechanism (Y axis)

8-2

Figure 8-4

Ink system overview

8-6

Figure 8-5

Ink system concept

8-6

Figure 8-6

Head drive principle

8-14

Figure 8-7

Basic hardware configuration

8-18

Figure 8-8

SCSI/Engine F/W function block

8-25

Figure 8-9

Power ON/OFF state transition

8-29

CONTENTS-8

Table

Table 1-1

List of required tools

1-2

Table 6-1

Maintenance part names (Cover)

6-3

Table 6-2

Maintenance parts names (Foot assembly)

6-3

Table 6-3

Maintenance parts names (Y drive unit)

6-3

Table 6-4

Maintenance parts names (X drive unit)

6-4

Table 6-5

Maintenance parts names (Power unit)

6-4

Table 6-7

Maintenance parts names (Wiping head unit)

6-5

Table 6-8

Maintenance parts names (Capping unit)

6-5

Table 6-9

Maintenance parts names (Ink cartridge unit)

6-6

Table 6-10

Maintenance parts names (Sub tank unit)

6-6

Table 6-11

Maintenance parts names (Heater)

6-6

Table 6-12

Maintenance parts names (Winder unit)

6-7

Table 6-13

Maintenance parts names (cables)

6-7

Table 6-14

Maintenance parts names (Jigs)

6-7

 

CONTENTS-9

Section 1 Maintenance Procedure Overview

Section 1 Maintenance Procedure Overview

Section 1

Maintenance Procedure Overview

Procedure Overview Section 1 Maintenance Procedure Overview This section describes the primary maintenance procedure,

This section describes the primary maintenance procedure, necessary tools and the names of parts of the printer.

1.1 Maintenance Procedure Overview

Maintenance is divided into periodic inspection and maintenance based on a maintenance contract and non-periodic maintenance which is performed when a trouble occurs. A flowchart of each type of maintenance is shown in Fig. 1-1.

Start Periodic inspection/ When a problem occurs Periodic inspection and maintenance Check the state of
Start
Periodic inspection/
When a problem occurs
Periodic inspection
and maintenance
Check the state of the plotter (problem,
complaint, etc.).
Check or clean parts. => Section 2
Replace parts if necessary (=> Section 6),
or perform adjustment (=> Section 7).
Print a drawing to verify that there is no
problem.

End

Maintenance that is performed when a problem occurs

Confirm the details of the problem and the situation in which it occurred. Perform troubleshooting.
Confirm the details of the problem and the
situation in which it occurred.
Perform troubleshooting.
- If the SCSI controller seems to be defective => Section 5
- General problem or defective print quality => Section 4
Replace defective parts. => Section 6
Replace parts or perform adjustment if
necessary. => Section 7
Verify that the problem has been eliminated.

End

Fig. 1-1

Maintenance work flowchart

1.2

Required Tools

Table 1-1 lists the tools and measuring equipment required for maintenance.

Table 1-1

List of required tools (1/2)

Name

Quanitity

Remarks

Phillips screwdriver (2 bits)

 

1tCommercially available produc

P1hillips screwdriver (1 bit)

 

Encoder removal, commercially available product

Phillips torque driver (2 bits)

1

Head unit installation (5 kg), commercially available product

Stabilized screwdriver (2 bits)

 

1tCommercially available produc

N1ormal screwdriver

 

For removing E rings, commercially available product

N1ormal precision screwdriver

 

For removing E rings, commercially available product

Hexagonal bar spanner

 

1tCommercially available produc

S1panner or long-nose pliers

 

For removing E rings, commercially available product

Nippers

 

1tCommercially available produc

Tester

1

For power supply voltage measurement, commercially available product

Metal scale (JIS 1 class precision)

1

For head unit adjustment, 300 mm or more, commercially available product

Tube cutter

 

1tCommercially available produc

Cutter knife

 

1tCommercially available produc

Cable binder

 

1tCommercially available produc

Magnifier with scale (M830-S or equivalent)

1

Peak statt microscope x 100 : No. 2008-100 (Scale:

standard)

Thermometer and hygrometer

1

For unit installation environment check, commercially available product

Synchronous belt, deceleration belt grease

1

Tow cosing Asia EM-60L or equivalent (Silicon grease can be substituted.)

IC card for rewriting engine F/W ROM

1

Fujitsu : MB98A81183-15 (U00045781700) Fujisoku: JF4096A3-R06A (U00055389300)

Gloves or finger sack

1 set

For ink stain protection Commercially available product

 

As

 

Cleaning paper

required

For ink stain clraning, kim wipe or equivalent

 

As

 

Wipe stick

required

For cleaning front down surface of the carriage

Table 1-1

Section 1 Maintenance Procedure Overview

List of required tools (2/2)

Name

Quantity

Remarks

Cleaning Liquid

As required

Ethanol

200 g (1.96 N) push/pull spring scale

 

1)- SUS belt tension adjustment (push

10 kg (98 N) push/pull spring scale

1

- X motor belt tension adjustment (pull)

- Y motor belt tension adjustment (pull)

11kg (9.8 N) push/pull spring scale

 

- Pressure roller grip power measurement (pull)

Platen squareness/height adjustment jig

 

- Platen squareness adjustment

1

- Platen height (level) adjustment

- Wiping unit height adjustment

Carriage (head base) height adjustment jig

1

- Carriage height adjustment

- Carriage parallelism adjustment

Head position adjustment jig

1 set

Head incliration and position adjustment

Head positioning pin (short)

 

1-

Head positioning pin (long)

 

1-

Head positioning reference plate

 

1-

Head positioning reference jig 1

 

1-

Head positioning reference jig 2

 

1-

- screw driver (short)

 

1-

+ screw driver (long)

 

1-

Offset latchet screwdriver

1 set

Y rail cover mounting screw removal

Cap cleaning liquid

1 set

Daily maintenance kit

Wiper cleaning liquid

1 set

Daily maintenance kit

Cleaning swab

1 set

Daily maintenance kit

Syringes

1 set

Daily maintenance kit

Maintenance liquid cartridge

 

6-

Dammy cartridge

 

6-

Cleaning liquid cartridge

 

6-

1.3

External Views and Names of Parts

The externals and names of parts of the printer are shown in Fig. 1-2 and 1-3.

<Front of the printer> (7) (4) (2) (1) (6) (3) Ink cartridge (4) Roll paper
<Front of the printer>
(7)
(4)
(2)
(1)
(6)
(3)
Ink cartridge
(4)
Roll paper
(4)
(5)
(8)
Lock
Unlock

(3)

(1) Operation panel

The lamps and LCD, which indicate the printer status, and keys for setting functions are located on the operation panel. The keys for setting heater temperature are located on the heater control panel. Holds the ink cartridge. Sets paper roll. Unlocks the caster to move the printer, and lock it to secure the printer.

(2) Heater control panel (3) Ink holder (4) Flange (5) Caster

(6) Paper pressure alternation lever Alternates paper pressure depending on the paper thickness. (7) Pressure roller up/down lever Presses down the paper after inserting the paper into the paper supplying part and releases the pressing down of the paper.

(8) Paper-out release lever (ME lever) Releases paper-out detection sensor.

Fig. 1-2

External views and names of parts (Front)

Section 1 Maintenance Procedure Overview

<Rear of the printer>

(24)

(20)

(11) (23) (19) (10) (14) (13) (18) (9) (17) (12) SCSI controller Network controller
(11)
(23)
(19)
(10)
(14)
(13)
(18)
(9)
(17)
(12)
SCSI controller
Network controller

(20)

(15)

(16)

(9) Power receptacle (10) Printer switch (11) Rear cover (12) SCSI connector (13) ID switch

(14) Terminator switch (15) Paper outlet (16) Waste ink bottle (17) Power receptacle (18) Heater switch (19) 100 V/200 V alternation switch

(20) Cap cover (21) Wiper cover (22) Print stop/restart, cancel keys (23) FAN guard potitioning slide bar (24) Head up/down lever

FAN guard potitioning slide bar (24) Head up/down lever Printer power supply SCSI controller Heater power

Printer power supply

SCSI controller

(24) Head up/down lever Printer power supply SCSI controller Heater power supply (21) (22) Fig. 1-3

Heater power supply

(21)

(22)

Fig. 1-3

External views and names of parts (Rear)

1.4

Maintenance Space

The space required for maintaining the plotter is shown in Fig. 1-4.

400 400
400
400

Fig. 1-4

Height direction: 1700

Maintenance space

(Unit: mm)

Section 2 Inspection and Maintenance

Section 2 Inspection and Maintenance

Section 2

Inspection and Maintenance

and Maintenance Section 2 Inspection and Maintenance We recommend that maintenance and inspection should be

We recommend that maintenance and inspection should be performed to keep the printer performance in the best condition.

The maintenance mode is used to carry out maintenance and inspection.

Parts should be adjusted and checked as required during inspection and maintenance.

The following inspection and maintenance procedures must be followed:

- Maintenance mode menu operations and functions: Section 3

- Troubleshooting: Sections 4 and 5

- Replacement parts information and disassembly/reassembly procedures: Section 6

- Adjustment: Section 7

Daily inspection and maintenance <Capping Unit Cleaning> Enter to the SERVICE menu and select “CAP

Daily inspection and maintenance

<Capping Unit Cleaning> Enter to the SERVICE menu and select “CAP CLEANING” on the operation panel.

#CAP CLEANING

>

CLEANING” on the operation panel. #CAP CLEANING > The head carriage will move to the wiper

The head carriage will move to the wiper side and you can access easily to the capping unit.

Rear cover

Carriage cover

Open the rear cover and cap cover. Wipe up the edge and periphery of the upper surface of all (six) caps with the cotton swab.

Clean he edge and periphery of the upper surface of the cap.

he edge and periphery of the upper surface of the cap. Close the cap cover and

Close the cap cover and rear cover. The head carriage will return to the capping unit position (home position) automatically.

NOTE

- Do not leave the printer for long time in the condition that the head carriage is not on the capping unit.

Section 2 Inspection and Maintenance

<Wiper Blade Cleaning> Enter to the “SERVICE” menu and select “WIPE CLEANING” on the operation panel.

#WIPER CLEANING > The wiper blade will come up for cleaning. Open the rear cover
#WIPER CLEANING
>
The wiper blade will come up for cleaning.
Open the rear cover and the wiper cover.
Rear cover
Wiper cover

Check no dregs of the dried ink and no damage on the blades.

Clean the front and back of the blades with the swab infiltrated into the wiper cleaning liquid.

After completion of the cleaning, close the wipe cover and the rear cover to return the wiper to the position as it was.

Wiper blades

to return the wiper to the position as it was. Wiper blades <Test Print> Enter to

<Test Print> Enter to the “ADJUST” menu and select “TEST PRINT” on the operation panel. (See page 3-19.)

Check no print dot-off and missing. Perform the test print as the 1st time print on every day and especially after cap cleaning for head cleaning.

When the print dot-off occurs at test print, enter to the “CLEANING” menu and select “NORMAL.” (See page 3-25.)

NOTE

- Do not leave the head carriage at the position other than on the capping unit for a long time (more than 5 minutes).

Section 2 Inspection and Maintenance

<Waste Ink Bottle Disposal> Pour the waste ink into the proper container you prepared and make the waste ink bottle empty.

Every one week inspection and maintenancecontainer you prepared and make the waste ink bottle empty. <Wiper sponge cleaning> The wiper sponge

<Wiper sponge cleaning> The wiper sponge has to be moistened. Check the moisture of the sponge every day before printing. Check whether the sponge is dried by pressing the dried swab on the sponge. If the sponge is dried, moisten it with the wiper cleaning liquid. For details, contact our service center.

Syringe

liquid. For details, contact our service center. Syringe Wiper sponge Every one month inspection and maintenance

Wiper sponge

details, contact our service center. Syringe Wiper sponge Every one month inspection and maintenance <Head

Every one month inspection and maintenancedetails, contact our service center. Syringe Wiper sponge <Head Cleaning> Clean the head one time per

<Head Cleaning> Clean the head one time per a month according to the documentation attached to the head cleaner kit.

When leaving the printer for a long time (more than 2 weeks) in power off state off state

Store the printer after cleaning the head and ink path with the maintenance liquid and charging the maintenance liquid. Six maintenance liquid cartridges and six dummy cartridges are mandatory.

NOTE

- When the printer has been left for one month or more in power off state, the flag clear operation is necessary.

* Enter the maintenance mode to clear the flag. (See 3.2 (Entering) Maintenance Mode)

<Servce Clean> Enter to the “SERVICE” menu and select “ SERVICE CLEAN.”

#SERVICE

>SERVICE CLEAN

The head wash operation is mandatory when returning the printer from the status that the service clean is performed.

When returning the printer from a long time leaving (more than 2 weeks) Perform the

When returning the printer from a long time leaving (more than 2 weeks)

Perform the cleaning of the head and ink path with cleaning liquid. Six cleaning liquid cartridges and six dummy cartridges are mandatory.

NOTE

- When the printer has been left for one month or more in power off state, the flag clear operation is necessary.

* Enter the maintenance mode to clear the flag. (See 3.2 (Entering) Maintenance Mode)

<Head Wash> Select HEAD WASH in SERVICE menu on the operation panel.

#SERVICE >HEAD WASH After performing the head wash, charge the ink (See Ink Charge after
#SERVICE
>HEAD WASH
After performing the head wash, charge the ink (See Ink Charge after Head Washing).
NOTE
- The printer performs fill cap operation to keep the good head condition at
first 20 hours after print wait state and every 3 days.
It is recommended to keep the printer ON except when the printer is not
used for a long time.
Avoid leaving the printer with no ink for one month or more for head
protection.
- Do not open and close the rear cover and do not lift and push down the
levers during service cleaning and head washing.
If doing so, the printer may start service cleaning and head washing from
the begining.
<Ink Charge After Head Washing>
Charge the ink after head washing before printing when the printer is leaved for a long
time.
Enter to “SERVICE” menu and select “INK CHARGE” on the operation panel.
#SERVICE
>INK CHARGE

Insert the ink cassettes and charge the ink. Leave the printer for at least one hour after completion of ink charging. Check moisture of the wiper sponge. Perform the test print. When the print dot-off occurs during the test print, perform normal cleaning in the “CLEANING” menu. (See page 3-38.)

Section 2 Inspection and Maintenance When returning the printer from a long time leaving (within

Section 2 Inspection and Maintenance

When returning the printer from a long time leaving (within 2 weeks) in power off state.

<Head Wash> Perform the cleaning of the head and ink path with cleaning liquid.

Six cleaning liquid cartridges and six dummy cartridges are mandatory.

#SERVICE >HEAD WASH After performing the head wash, charge the ink (See Ink Charge After
#SERVICE
>HEAD WASH
After performing the head wash, charge the ink (See Ink Charge After Head Washing).
NOTE
- The printer performs fill cap operation to keep the good head condition at
first 20 hours after print wait state and every 3 days.
It is recommended to keep the printer ON except when the printer is not
used for a long time.
Avoid leaving the printer with no ink for one month or more for head
protection.
- Do not open and close the rear cover and do not lift and push down the
levers during service cleaning and head washing.
If doing so, the printer may start service cleaning and head washing from
the begining.
<Ink Charge After Head Washing>
Charge the ink after head washing before printing when the printer is leaved for a long
time.
Enter to “SERVICE” menu and select “INK CHARGE” on the operation panel.
#SERVICE
>INK CHARGE

Insert the ink cassettes and charge the ink.

Leave the printer for at least one hour after completion of ink charging. Check moisture of the wiper sponge.

Perform the test print. When the print dot-off occurs during the test print, perform normal cleaning in the

“CLEANING” menu. (See page 3-38.)

When leaving the printer in power off for more than one month Regardless of performing

When leaving the printer in power off for more than one month

Regardless of performing the service cleaning, a service call error message will be displayed on the operation panel. Contact SIIT service centers.

NOTE

- Do not leave the printer without maintenance liquid charge more than 2 weeks in power off state for head protection.

- When leaving the printer more than one month, consult with shops or our nearest service office in advance.

Section 3 Maintenance Mode Menu Operations and Functions

Section 3 Maintenance Mode Menu Operations and Functions

Section 3 Maintenance Mode Menu Operations and Functions

Section 3 Maintenance Mode Menu Operations and Functions 3.1 Introduction The operation panel functions of this

3.1

Introduction

The operation panel functions of this printer are divided as follows:

- User mode: operation panel functions used by general users

- Maintenance mode: operation panel functions used for factory adjustment and field maintenance

The heater panel functions of this printer are described in 3.7 Heater Panel Maintenance Mode Menu and Functions.

This section describes only the operations in the maintenance mode for factory adjustment and field maintenance.

For information on the operations in the user mode for general users, see the User's Guide.

3.2

Entering Maintenance Mode

The maintenance mode is designed for factory adjustment and field maintenance by maintenance personnel. There are two methods to enter the maintenance mode.

(1) When the interface board (controller) is mounted.

(2) When the interface board (controller) is not mounted. (engine start)

<When the interface board is mounted> On-line state (idle mode)

<When the interface board is not mounted>

PRINT READY ROLL : 64" (PAPER) Press key to set the printer off-line. INK ENTRY
PRINT READY
ROLL : 64" (PAPER)
Press
key to set the printer off-line.
INK
ENTRY
INITIALIZING
PAPER
F. ADJ
E E1000
Press the keys as follows:
,
,
,
keys

MAINTENANCE MODE PASSWORD?

MEC. ADJ H. MNTE H. ADJ RESET
MEC. ADJ
H. MNTE
H. ADJ
RESET

Enter a password* as follows to display the top menu for the engine maintenance mode.

* Passwards for operaters

Operater

Password

Field service personnel

, , ,
,
,
,

3.3 Basic Menu Operation

Section 3 Maintenance Mode Menu Operations and Functions

There are the following menu groups in the engine maintenance mode, and they can be switched

by pressing the key. MEC. ADJ H. MNTE H. ADJ. RESET TEST-PRN. FEED SYSTEM MONITOR
by pressing the
key.
MEC. ADJ
H. MNTE
H. ADJ.
RESET
TEST-PRN.
FEED
SYSTEM
MONITOR
SETUP
DIAG
ACTUATOR
FUNC
COUNTER

The menu has the following hierarchical structure:

<Menu group> This menu is displayed at the first level. Some menus have several sub-menus.

<Second-level and third-level menus> Sub-menus of the menu group

<Parameters> Select a selected menu item or enter a value. There are three methods: choice input, value entry, and execution.

3.3.1

Menu tree

Top menu

Second-level menu

Third-level menu

 

Parameter

 

(first-level menu)

 

ADJUST PATTERN

 

-

Choice input

 
 

-

TOP & BTM ADJ

- FEED ADJ

   

Choice input

 

- ROUGH (H-QUAL) -ROUGH (H-DENS)

- ROUGH (DRAFT) - DETAIL (NORMAL)

FEED PATTERN

 

-

- DETAIL (H-QUAL) - DETAIL (H-DENS)

 

- DETAL (DRAFT) - DETAIL2 (NORMAL)

- DETAIL2 (H-QUAL) - DETAIL2 (H-DENS)

- DETAIL2 (DRAFT)

 

CHECK PATTERN

 

-nExecutio

 

CAP POSITION

 

-yValue entr

 

WIPE POSITION

 

-yValue entr

 

SENSOR (TOP) ADJ

 

-yValue entr

 

MEC. ADJ:

:

SENSOR (SIDE) ADJ

 

-yValue entr

 
 

BASE

Value entry

 

PAPER (*1)

Value entry

 

FEED ADJUST

Glossy (*1)

 

Matte (*1)

 

Banner (*1)

 

BLT_B (*1)

 

BACK PATTERN

 

- - H-QUALITY

NORMAL

 

H-DENSITY

- - DRAFT

 

BASE

Value entry

 

BACK ADJUST

Matte (*1)

Value entry

 

Banner (*1)

Value entry

 

BLT_B (*1)

Value entry

 
     

Choice input

 

H ADJ PATTERN

- NOZZLE

- HEAD ADJ1 - HEAD ADJ2

 

-

- LEFT/RIGHT - HEAD POS - INK POS L

   

- INK POS R

 

MOVE CARRIAGE

 

-

Choice input

 
 

-

HOME

- CAP

- CENTER

- WIPE

 

Bk

Value entry

 

Lm

Value entry

 

L-R ADJ

Lc

Value entry

 

Y

Value entry

 

M

Value entry

 

C

Value entry

 
 

Lm

Value entry

 

Lc

Value entry

 

H-POS. ADJ.

Y

Value entry

 

M

Value entry

 

C

Value entry

 

SELECT I-POS

 

- BASE - PAPER - Glossy - Matte - Banner

- BLT-B

 
 

Bk

Value entry

 

Lm

Value entry

 

H. ADJ.:

:

I-POS (L) XXXXXX (*2)

Lc

Value entry

 

Y

Value entry

 
   

M

Value entry

 

C

Value entry

 
 

Bk

Value entry

 

Lm

Value entry

 

I-POS (R) XXXXXX (*2)

Lc

Value entry

 

Y

Value entry

 
 

M

Value entry

 

C

Value entry

 
 

Bk (L)

Value entry

 

Bk (R)

Value entry

 

Lm (L)

Value entry

 

Lm (R)

Value entry

 

Lc (L)

Value entry

 

DRIVE VOLTAGE

Lc (R)

Value entry

 

Y

(L)

Value entry

 

Y

(R)

Value entry

 

M

(L)

Value entry

 

M

(R)

Value entry

 

C

(L)

Value entry

 

C

(R)

Value entry

 

Section 3 Maintenance Mode Menu Operations and Functions

Top menu

Second-level menu

Third-level menu

 

Parameter

(first-level menu)

 

INK CHARGE

-

Choice input

 
 

-

ALL

- LEFT

- RIGHT

INK EXTRACT

-

Choice input

 
 

-

ALL

- LEFT

- RIGHT

SERVICE

-

Choice input

 
 

-

SERVICE CLEAN - HEAD WASH

H. MNTE:

:

AUTO CLEANING

 

Choice input

 

-

 

ON

- OFF

     

-

INK CHAGE MODE

-

Choice input

 
 

-

NOT YET - FINISHED

CLEANING

-

Choice input

 
 

-

NORMAL

-SLIGHT

- STRONG

CAP OPEN

-nExecutio

   

CAP CLOSE

-nExecutio

   

RESET:

:

--

   

-

   

EXECUTE

Execution

 
 

Choice input

 

DIRECTION

 

- UNI

 

- BI

Bk

Choice input

 

-

ON

- OFF

C

Choice input

 

-

ON

- OFF

M

Choice input

 

TEST PATTERN 0

-

ON

- OFF

Y

Choice input

 
 

-

ON

- OFF

Lc

Choice input

 

-

ON

- OFF

Lm

Choice input

 

-

ON

- OFF

TEST-PRN.:

:

MODE

Choice input

 
 

070410

- 070810

- 070811

- 030210

   

-

LENGTH

Value entry

 

COUNT

Value entry

 

TEST PATTERN 1

- Same as PATTERN 0

 

-

TEST PATTERN 2

- Same as PATTERN 0

 

-

TEST PATTERN 3

- Same as PATTERN 0

 

-

TEST PATTERN 4

- Same as PATTERN 0

 

-

TEST PATTERN 5

- Same as PATTERN 0

 

-

TEST PATTERN 6

- Same as PATTERN 0

 

-

TEST PATTERN 7

- Same as PATTERN 0

 

-

TEST PATTERN 8

- Same as PATTERN 0

 

-

TEST PATTERN 9

- Same as PATTERN 0

Color, line length, and pages are defined separatrly.

TEST PATTERN 10

- Same as PATTERN 0

 

-

TEST PATTERN 11

- Same as PATTERN 0

Color, line length, and pages are defined separatrly.

TEST PATTERN 12

- Same as PATTERN 0

 

-

 

LANGUAGE

-

Choice input

 

-

ENGLISH - JAPANESE

SYSTEM DATE

-yValue entr

   

SYSTEM TIME

-yValue entr

   

SERIAL NO.

-yValue entr

   

NVRAM INIT

-yValue entr

   

SAVE SETTING

-yValue entr

   

RESTORE SETTING

-yValue entr

   

: SYSTEMSAVE NVRAM -yValue entr    

SAVE NVRAM

-yValue entr

   

RESTORE NVRAM

-yValue entr

   
 

BOOT VERSION

 

-)Execution (Display

F/W VERSION

 

-)Execution (Display

IPB VERSION

 

-)Execution (Display

WIM VERSION

 

-)Execution (Display

ICB VERSION

 

-)Execution (Display

ASIC VERSION

 

-)Execution (Display

HEAT HW VERSION

 

-)Execution (Display

HEAT FW VERSION

 

-)Execution (Display

:-FEED  -   -

 

-

 

-

 

Top menu

Second-level menu

Third-level menu

Parameter

(first-level menu)

   

EDGE

Execution (Display)

FEED

Execution (Display)

EXIT

Execution (Display)

HOME POSITION

Execution (Display)

ENGINE SENSOR

WIPE

Execution (Display)

LEVER

Execution (Display)

INTERLOCK-L

Execution (Display)

INTERLOCK-R

Execution (Display)

HEAD END

Execution (Display)

 

INK1 ON

Execution (Display)

INK2 ON

Execution (Display)

INK3 ON

Execution (Display)

INK SENSOR

INK4 ON

Execution (Display)

INK5 ON

Execution (Display)

INK6 ON

Execution (Display)

INK COVER-L

Execution (Display)

INK COVER-R

Execution (Display)

 

FULL1

Execution (Display)

FULL2

Execution (Display)

FULL3

Execution (Display)

FULL4

Execution (Display)

FULL5

Execution (Display)

FULL6

Execution (Display)

HALF1

Execution (Display)

HALF2

Execution (Display)

: MONITOR SUB TANK SENSOR HALF3 Execution (Display)

: MONITOR

SUB TANK SENSOR

HALF3

Execution (Display)

 

HALF4

Execution (Display)

HALF5

Execution (Display)

HALF6

Execution (Display)

INK SUPPLY1

Execution (Display)

INK SUPPLY2

Execution (Display)

INK SUPPLY3

Execution (Display)

INK SUPPLY4

Execution (Display)

INK SUPPLY5

Execution (Display)

INK SUPPLY6

Execution (Display)

WASTE BOTTLE

INSTALL

Execution (Display)

 

SLACK

Execution (Display)

WIND UNIT

SWITCH1

Execution (Display)

SWITCH2

Execution (Display)

 

ENV.

Execution (Display)

PZT1

Execution (Display)

PZT2

Execution (Display)

PZT3

Execution (Display)

PZT4

Execution (Display)

PZT5

Execution (Display)

THERMISTOR

PZT6

Execution (Display)

IC1

Execution (Display)

IC2

Execution (Display)

IC3

Execution (Display)

IC4

Execution (Display)

IC5

Execution (Display)

IC6

Execution (Display)

Section 3 Maintenance Mode Menu Operations and Functions

Top menu

Second-level menu

Third-level menu

 

Parameter

(first-level menu)

 

FLASH ROM

-nExecutio

   

PI0

-nExecutio

   

NVRAM

-nExecutio

   

CARRIAGE I/F

-nExecutio

   

INK EEPROM

-nExecutio

   

SCSI DATA

-nExecutio

   

ATG

-nExecutio

   

DRAM

-nExecutio

   

DIAG:

:

RSM

-nExecutio

   

PTC

-nExecutio

   

PDD

-nExecutio

   

ALL

 

Execution

 
 

24V

 

VDD

17V

Execution

 

6V

 

PANEL

KEY

Execution (Display)

DISPLAY

Input

 
 

POWER SAVE

-

Choice input

-

ON

- OFF

SETUP:

:

   

Choice input

- NORMAL

SCSI DRIVER

-

- COMPATIBLE

Top menu

Second-level menu

Third-level menu

 

Parameter

(first-level menu)

     

Choice input

MOVE CARRIAGE

-

- HOME

- CAP

- CENTER - WIPE

   

Choice input

PF MOTOR

-

- OFF

- FORWARD

- REWIND

   

Choice input

PUMP MOTOR

-

- STOP

- NORMAL

- REVERSE

   

Choice input

WIPE MOTOR

-

- STOP

- NORMAL

- REVERSE

PUMP SOLENOID 1

-

Choice input

-

OFF

- ON

PUMP SOLENOID 2

-

Choice input

-

OFF

- ON

FAN MOTOR 1

-

Choice input

-

OFF

- ON

FAN MOTOR 2

-

Choice input

-

OFF

- ON

FAN MOTOR 3

-

Choice input

-

OFF

- ON

COOL FAN

-

Choice input

ACTUATOR- OFF - ON

-

OFF

- ON

HEAD COOL FAN

-

Choice input

-

OFF

- ON

WIND MOTOR

-

Choice input

-

OFF

- ON

   

Choice input

ISM1

-

- STOP

- NORMAL

- REVERSE

   

Choice input

ISM2

-

- STOP

- NORMAL

- REVERSE

   

Choice input

ISM3

-

- STOP

- NORMAL

- REVERSE

   

Choice input

ISM4

-

- STOP

- NORMAL

- REVERSE

   

Choice input

ISM5

-

- STOP

- NORMAL

- REVERSE

   

Choice input

ISM6

-

- STOP

- NORMAL

- REVERSE

WIND MOTOR

-

Choice input

-

OFF

- ON

 

SYSTEM PRINT

-nExecutio

   

FUNCTIONERROR LOG PRINT -nExecutio    

ERROR LOG PRINT

-nExecutio

   

HISTRY PRINT

-nExecutio

   
 

MACHINE COUNT

-yValue entr

   

PAPER COUNT A3

-yValue entr

   

COUNTERPAPER COUNT A2 -yValue entr    

PAPER COUNT A2

-yValue entr

   

PAPER COUNT A1

-yValue entr

   

PAPER COUNT A0

-yValue entr

   

PAPER COUNT 36"

-yValue entr

   

Section 3 Maintenance Mode Menu Operations and Functions

3.3.2

Basic operations and keys

 

Operation panel key functions are listed in the table below.

 
   

First-level

     

Key

(Top menu)

Second-level

Third-level

Parameter settings

Transfers to the online state Transfers to the online state (When the state rturns to

Transfers to the online state

Transfers to the online state (When the state rturns to the offline after transfering to the online, the state will be in top menu.)

Transfers to the online state (When the state rturns to the offline after transfering to the online, the state will be in top menu.)

Transfers to the online state (When the state rturns to the offline after transfering to the online, the state will be in top menu.)

Changes the   XXX  

Changes the

 

XXX

 

menu group

       

The state returns to the

X *1 X X third-level or the cecond- level.

X

*1

X

X

third-level or the cecond- level.

     

Determines the menu

 
X X and transfers to the parameter settings. Determines the parameter or executes the action.

X

X

and transfers to the parameter settings.

Determines the parameter or executes the action.

 

Selects a menu  Returns to the first- level. Returns to the second- level. Choice inpt: X Execution :

Returns to the first- level.

Returns to the second- level.

Choice inpt: X Execution : X Vale entry : Moving a digit

       

Choice inpt: X

Selects a menuGoes to third-level X Execution : X Vale entry : Moving a digit

Goes to third-level

X

Execution : X Vale entry : Moving a digit

 

Selects a menu  Selects a same level menu. Selects a same level menu. Selects a same level menu.

Selects a same level menu.

Selects a same level menu.

Selects a same level menu.

 

Selects a menu  Selects a same level menu. Selects a same level menu. Selects a same level menu.

Selects a same level menu.

Selects a same level menu.

Selects a same level menu.

Remote

Transfers to the shut down state.

 

Transfers to the shut down state.

Transfers to the shut down state.

power off

(1) Menu group selection

, , and key.
,
,
and
key.

- Select a menu group directly with

- Switch between menu group screens with the

keys.

(2) Menu selection - keys: , - key: , - key:
(2) Menu selection
- keys:
,
- key:
,
- key:

Change between menus at the same level.

Change menu levels. The

between menus at the same level. Change menu levels. The key moves to a higher-level menu,

key moves to a higher-level menu,

Change menu levels. The key moves to a higher-level menu, and the Select a menu to

and the

Select a menu to change parameters.

key, to a lower-level menu.

(3) Parameter setting or change

- keys: , Switch between parameters. Increment or decrement a value when it is entered.
- keys:
,
Switch between parameters.
Increment or decrement a value when it is entered.
- keys:
Shift digit when entering a value.

(4) Parameter setting or canceling:

- key: - key:
- key:
- key:

Determine a parameter.

Cancel an input parameter value and return to menu selection.

(5) Setting save

- Changes are automatically saved in parameters.

(6) End of setting

- When the

saved in parameters. (6) End of setting - When the key is pressed, the printer goes

key is pressed, the printer goes back to online mode.

Section 3 Maintenance Mode Menu Operations and Functions

For information on two-level choice input, value input, and execution operation procedures, see the Section 3, Menu Operations, of the User's Guide. This section explains the three-level menu structure.

<Example: If the parameter of the third-level menu structure is value entry type> The PAPER FEED ADJ. menu on the MEC. ADJ menu is given as an example.

(1) Select a menu group with , , , keys. Select MEC. ADJ menu with
(1)
Select a menu group with
,
,
,
keys. Select MEC. ADJ menu
with
key.
MEC. ADJ
H. MNTE
H. ADJ.
RESET
(2)
Select a second-level menu group with
,
keys.
Select DRIVE
VOLTAGE here.
# DRIVE VOLTAGE
# Lm (R)
(3)
Press
key to move to the third-level menu.
Select a third-level menu item with
,
keys. Select Lm (R) here.
# DRIVE VOLTAGE
# > 17.0 V
Lm (R)
(4)
Press
key to change parameters. Select Lm (R) here.
# DRIVE VOLTAGE
# Lm (R)
*
17.0 V
(5)
Move to the digit to be modified with
,
keys.
# DRIVE VOLTAGE
# Lm (R)
* 17.0
V
(6)
Press
,
keys to modify the digit.
# DRIVE VOLTAGE
# Lm (R)
* 17.2
V
(7)
Press
key to change the parameter value and return to the condition in (3).
# DRIVE VOLTAGE
# Lm (R)
* 17.2
V
Note:
indicates that the part blinks inversely.

<Display format: The second-level format (The first-level - the third-level - parameter setting)>

Note: The top of the parameter becomes ">" (setting display state) or "*" (changeable state).

<Display format: The third-level format (The first-level - the third-level - parameter setting)>

# The second-level nemu

# The third-level nemu>parameter

Note: The top of the parameter becomes ">" (setting display state) or "*" (changeable state).

Note: The lower column consists of the third-level menu display: 8 characters (include ">".) (When the third-level menu consists of more than 8 characters, ">" position is shifted back.)