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This Service Manual is organized as follows;


Chapter 1 General Description: Features, specifications, how to operate
Chapter 2 New Functions: Principle operations of each unit;
timing of operations; how to disassemble and assemble
(special information from CLC1000 series only)
If necessary, refer CLC1000 series service manual.
Chapter 3 Installation: Requirements on the site of installation, installation pro-
cedure
Chapter 4 Maintenance And Inspection:Periodically replaced parts table, consumables and
durables table, scheduled servicing chart, scheduled ser-
vicing table
Chapter 5 Troubleshooting: Basic procedure for image adjustment, standards/adjust-
ments, troubleshooting image faults, troubleshooting mal-
functions
Appendix: General timing chart, general circuit diagrams


INTRODUCTION
The descriptions in this Service Manual are based on he following rules:
1. In each chapter, the uses of the function in question and its relationship to electrical and
mechanical systems are discussed and the timing of operation of its associated parts is
explained by means of outlines and diagrams.
In the diagrams, the symbol represents a mechanical path, while the symbol
with a name next to it indicates the flow of an electric signal.
The expression “turn on the power” means turning on the power switch, closing the
front cover, and closing the delivery cover so that the machine will be supplied with
power.
2. In circuit diagrams (digital), a signal whose level is High is expressed as being ‘1’,
while a single whose level is Low is expressed as being ‘0’; the level of voltage, how-
ever, varies from circuit to circuit.
The machine uses CPUs, whose internal mechanisms cannot be checked in the field,
and, therefore, are not explained. In addition, the machine’s PCBs are not intended for
repairs at the user’s and, therefore, are explained by means of block diagrams: two types
are used, i.e., between sensors and inputs of PCBs equipped with a control or drive
function and between outputs equipped with a control or drive function and loads; in ad-
dition, functional block diagrams are used at times.
Changes made to the machine for product improvement are communicated in the form of
a Service Information bulletin as needed. All service persons are expected to go through all
service documentation including the bulletins and be equipped to respond to the needs of
the field (as by being able to identify possible causes of problems).
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Main Body &
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CONTENTS
Contents
CHAPTER 1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION
1 Exposure System
1.1 Outline of the Original Exposure
System
1.2 Comparison of Exposure
Systems
1.3 Basic Sequence of Operations
(exposure system)
1.3.1 Scanner Home Position Sensor
and Operations
1.3.2 Sequence of Operations
1.4 Scanner Motor
1.4.1 Outline
1.4.2 Operations
1.5 Controlling the Intensity of the
Scanning Lamp
1.5.1 Outline
1.5.2 Operations
1.6 Disassembly/Assembly
1.6.1 Removing the Scanner
Motor
1.6.2 Removing the Lens Base Cover/
CCD Cover/CCD Unit
1.6.3 Removing the Scanner
Cover
2 Image Processing System
2.1 Outline of the Image Processing
System
2.2 Differences in the Image
Processing System
2.3 Functional Blocks
2.4 IP Memory Board
2.5 Direct Mapping
3 Laser System
3.1 Outline of the Laser System
3.2 Differences in the Laser
System
3.3 Image Formation Using 800
Lines
3.4 Image Position Correction
Sequence in Standby
3.4.1 Outline
3.4.2 Timing of Operation
3.5 Disassembly/Assembly
3.5.1 Preparing for Laser
Unit-Related Work
3.5.2 Removing the Laser Unit
Motor
1 Specifications
1.1 Type
1.2 Functions
1.3 Others
1.3.1 Copier
1.4 Default Ratios
1.5 Copying Speed
2 Safety
2.1 Safety of Laser Light
2.2 CDRH Ordinance
2.3 Handling Parts Associated with the
Laser Unit
3 Names of Parts
3.1 External View
3.2 Cross Section
4 Control Panel
4.1 Control Panel
4.1.1 Instructions to the User
4.2 List of User Modes
5 Routine Maintenance by the User
5.1 Cleaning the Outside
5.2 Checking the Leakage Breaker 1-20
CHAPTER 2 NEW FUNCTIONS
CONTENTS
3.5.3 Removing the C Image Position
Correction Mirror Unit
3.5.4 Mounting the C Image Position
Correction Mirror Unit
3.5.5 Removing the C Slant
Correction Motor
3.5.6 Removing the C Ratio
Correction Motor
3.5.7 Shifting the scanner Unit
4 Image Formation System
4.1 Outline of the Image Formation
System
4.2 Differences in the Image Formation
System
4.3 Auto Gradation Correction
(PASCAL)
4.3.1 Outline
4.3.2 Operations
(full correction)
4.3.3 Operations
(quick correction)
4.4 Transfer Unit
4.4.1 Outline
4.4.2 Cleaning Mechanism for
the Transfer Belt
4.5 Disassembly/Assembly
4.5.1 Charging System
4.5.2 Process Unit System
4.5.3 Transfer Belt Unit
4.5.4 Transfer Belt Base
5 Pickup/Feed System
5.1 Outline of the Pickup/
Feed System
5.2 Differences in the Pickup/
Feed System
5.3 Cassette Pickup Assembly
5.3.1 Outline
5.3.2 Cassette Lifter Operation
5.3.3 Sequence of Operations
(pickup)
5.4 Multifeeder Pickup Assembly .. 2-94
5.4.1 Operations
5.4.2 Sequence of Operations
(multifeeder pickup)
5.4.3 Releasing the Registration
Roller
5.5 Duplex Unit
5.5.1 Outline
5.5.2 Feeding in Duplex Mode
5.5.3 Sequence of Operations in
Duplex Mode (1st side)
5.5.4 Pickup from the Duplex
Unit
5.6 Detecting Jams
5.6.1 Outline
5.6.2 Sequence of Jam
Detection
5.7 Disassembly/Assembly
5.7.1 Removing the Multifeeder
Assembly
5.7.2 Removing the Cassette Pickup
Assembly
5.7.3 Removing the Re-Pickup
Assembly
5.7.4 Removing the Re-Pickup
Motor
5.7.5 Removing the Re-Pickup Unit
Clutch
5.7.6 Removing the Re-Pickup
Shutter Solenoid
5.7.7 Removing the Duplex Unit
Feed roller
5.7.8 Removing the Pre-Fixing
Feeding Assembly
5.7.9 Removing the Pre-Duplex
Feeding Unit
5.7.10 Delivery/Reversing
Assembly
6 Fixing System
6.1 Outline of the Fixing System . 2-120
6.2 Outline of the Fixing System . 2-121
6.3 Outline of the Fixing/Delivery
Assembly
6.4 Controlling the Fixing Roller
Temperature
6.5 Controlling the Fixing Oil
Temperature
6.6 Protective Mechanisms
6.6.1 Detecting Overheating
(software)
CONTENTS
6.6.2 Detecting Overheating
(hardware)
6.6.3 Detecting an Open Circuit
in the Thermistor
6.6.4 Detecting a Fault in the
Triac
6.6.5 Detecting Overheating of
Fixing Oil (software)
6.6.6 Detecting Overheating of
Fixing Oil (hardware)
6.6.7 Detecting Low Temperature of
Oil (software)
6.6.8 Detecting Low Temperature of
Oil (hardware)
6.6.9 Operation of the Thermal
Switch
6.7 Controlling the Fixing Speed . 2-130
6.8 Timing Chart
(fixing/delivery assembly)
6.8.1 Basic Sequence of
Operations
6.8.2 Changing the Fixing
Speed
6.9 Driving the Fixing Cleaning
6.10 Disassembly/Assembly
6.10.1 Fixing Assembly
6.10.2 Upper Fixing Cleaner
Assembly
6.10.3 Lower Fixing Cleaning
Assembly
6.10.4 Fixing Oil Applying Unit 2-144
7 Externals and Controls
7.1 Outline of the Externals and
Controls
7.2 Differences in the Externals and
Controls
7.3 Fans
7.3.1 Arrangement of the Fans . 2-151
7.3.2 Types of Fans
7.3.3 Sequence of Operations
7.4 Power Supply
7.5 Download
7.6 Disassembly/Assembly
7.6.1 Fans and Filters
7.6.2 Switches
7.6.3 PCBs
7.6.4 Drive System
8 Paper Deck-J1/K1
8.1 Outline
8.2 Differences in the Paper
Deck-J1/K1
8.3 Outline of Operations
8.3.1 Outline
8.3.2 Pickup Operations
8.3.3 Sequence of Operations
(pickup from paper deck) 2-200
8.4 Disassembly/Assembly
8.4.1 Removing the Pickup
Roller
8.4.2 Removing the Pickup/Feed
roller
8.4.3 Removing the Separation
Roller
8.4.4 Removing the deck
sensor
9 Buffer Pass Unit-B1
9.1 Outline
9.1.1 Outline of the Electrical
Circuitry
9.1.2 Inputs to and Outputs from the
Buffer Pass Driver PCB
9.2 Differences in the Buffer Path
Unit
9.3 Feeding Operations
9.3.1 Outline
9.3.2 Controlling the Feeding
Speed
9.3.3 Controlling the Buffer Pass
Motor
9.4 Removing Curling
9.4.1 Outline
9.4.2 Operations
9.5 Detecting Jams
9.5.1 Outline
9.5.2 Delay Jam
9.5.3 Stationary Jam
9.6 Power Supply
CONTENTS
9.6.1 Outline
9.7 Disassembly/Assembly
9.7.1 External Covers
9.7.2 Feeding System
9.7.3 PCBs
9.7.4 Fans and Motors
9.7.5 Sensors
9.7.6 Solenoids
1 Selecting the Site
2 Points to Note for Installation and Relo-
cation
2.1 Base Plate and Installation/
Relocation Work
3 Installation
3.1 Unpacking
3.2 Removing the Fixings, Supplying
Fixing Oil, and Changing the Volt-
age Rating (240V North American
Model)
3.3 Supplying Toner
3.4 Supplying Starter
3.5 Checking Images and
Operations
4 Relocating the Machine
5 Installing the Original Tray
6 Installing the Control Card V
7 Installing the DA Unit-A1
8 Using the Crane Transport kit
8.1 Items to Prepare
8.2 Procedure
8.2.1 Preventing Deformation of
Externals
8.2.2 Mounting the Belt Retaining
Members
8.2.3 Mounting the Developing Bias
Assembly Protection
Member
CHAPTER 3 INSTALLATION
1 Periodically Replaced Parts
2 Consumables and Durables
2.1 Copier
2.1.1 By the Copier’s Hard
Counter
2.1.2 By the Soft Counter in Service
Mode (COUNTER)
CHAPTER 4 MAINTENANCE AND SERVICING
2.2 Buffer Pass Unit-B1
2.3 Paper Deck-K1/J1
3 Scheduled Servicing Procedure
4 Scheduled Maintenance Chart
4.1 Copier
4.2 Buffer Pass Unit - B1
4.3 Paper Deck - J1/K1
CONTENTS
1 Guide to Table
1.1 Image Adjustment Basic
Procedure
1.2 Points of the Scheduled
Servicing
2 Standards and Adjustments
2.1 Image-Related Parts
2.1.1 Non-Image Width
2.1.2 Image Margin
2.1.3 Checking and Adjusting the
Non-Image Width and
Margin
2.1.4 Image Positioning Correction
2.2 Original Illuminating System .. 5-17
2.2.1 When Replacing the Scanning
Lamp, Standard White Plate,
Lamp Regulator, Reflecting
Lamp Cover, Reader Controller
PCB, Flash memory on Reader
Controller PCB, or Analog Pro-
cessor PCB CCD Unit
2.2.2 Routing the Scanner Cable 5-17
2.3 Photosensitive Drum-Related
Parts
2.3.1 Removing the Photosensitive
Drum
2.3.2 Points to Note When Installing
the Photosensitive Drum
2.3.3 Points to Note When Fitting the
Drum Drive Belt
2.4 Charging Assembly-Related
Parts
2.4.1 Adjusting the Height of the
Charging Wire
2.4.2 Points to Note When Handling
the Primary Grid Plate and the
Primary Charging Wire
2.5 Developing Assembly-Related
Parts
2.5.1 Replacing the Developer
CHAPTER 5 TROUBLESHOOTING IMAGE FAULTS/
MALFUNCTIONS
2.5.2 When Replacing the Develop-
ing Assembly (CMYK)
2.5.3 When Replacing the
Photosensitive Drum
2.5.4 When Supplying the Hopper
with Toner
2.6 Transfer Belt Unit
2.6.1 Points to Note When Replacing
the Transfer Belt
2.6.2 Initializing the Transfer Belt
Swing Control Data
2.6.3 Adjusting the Tension on the
Drive Belt of the Transfer Belt
Motor
2.6.4 Adjusting the Position of the
Transfer Belt-Related
Solenoid
2.7 When Replacing the Pick-Up/
Feeding-Related Parts
2.7.1 Registering the Cassette/
Multifeeder Paper Width Basic
Setting (under ‘FUNC’)
2.7.2 Orientation of the Cassette
Pickup Roller
2.7.3 Orientation of the Cassette
Feed Roller
2.7.4 Orientation of the Cassette
Separation Roller
2.7.5 Adding the Pressure of the
Cassette Separation Roller . 5-37
2.7.6 Orientation of the Paper Deck
Pick-Up Roller
2.7.7 Orientation of the Paper Deck
Pick-Up/Feeding Roller
2.7.8 Orientation of the Paper Deck
Separation Roller
2.7.9 Adjusting the Position of the
Paper Deck Pick-Up Roller
Releasing Solenoid
(SL8001)
CONTENTS
2.7.10 Adjusting the Pressure of the
Paper Deck Separation/Feeding
Roller
2.7.11 Positioning the Cassette Pickup
Roller Releasing Solenoid
(SL9, SL10)
2.7.12 Adjusting the Pressure of the
Multifeeder Separation
Roller
2.7.13 Adjusting the Position of the
Multifeeder Pick-Up Roller
Releasing Solenoid
(SL5)
2.7.14 Adjusting the Position of the
Delivery Paper Deflecting Plate
Solenoid (SL14)
2.7.15 Adjusting the Position of the
Duplexing Unit Paper Deflect-
ing Plate Solenoid
(SL11)
2.7.16 Adjusting the Position of the
Duplexing Unit Stacking
Assembly Paper Guide
Plate
2.7.17 Adjusting the Position of the
Duplexing Unit Feeding Roller
Solenoid (SL13)
2.7.18 Attaching the Timing Belt for
the Duplexing Unit Stacking
Assembly Paper Guide
Plate
2.7.19 Adjusting the Position of the
Separation Claw Solenoid
(SL15)
2.7.20 Adjusting the Position of the
Upper Fixing Web Take-Up
Solenoid (SL3)
2.7.21 When Replacing the
Registration Roller Unit
2.7.22 Correcting Skew
Movement(slope of the
registration roller unit)
2.8 Laser Exposure System
2.8.1 When Replacing the Laser
Unit
2.8.2 When Replacing the Video Con-
troller PCB
2.8.3 When Replacing the BD
Unit
2.8.4 Adjusting the Laser Power 5-45
2.8.5 Adjusting the Laser
Intensity
2.8.6 Laser Focus Adjustment
2.9 Fixing Assembly-Related Parts 5-52
2.9.1 Points to Note When Replacing
the Fixing Heater
2.9.2 Adjusting the Nip (fixing pres-
sure adjusting nut)
2.9.3 Adjusting the Mounting Posi-
tion of the External Paper
Delivery Unit
2.10 Electrical
2.10.1 When Replacing Major
Parts
2.10.2 Checking the Environment
Measurement PCB
2.10.3 Checking the High Voltage
Control System
2.10.4 Checking the
Photointerrupters
3 Troubleshooting Image Problems
3.1 Initial Checks
3.1.1 Checking the Site of
Installation
3.1.2 Checking the Originals
3.1.3 Checking the Copyboard Cover,
Copyboard Glass, and
Standard White Plate
3.1.4 Checking the Charging
Assemblies
3.1.5 Checking the Developing
Assembly
3.1.6 Checking the Paper
3.1.7 Checking the Periodically
Replaced Parts
3.1.8 Others
3.2 Standard Image
3.2.1 Gray Scale
3.2.2 Color Patches
3.2.3 Photo
CONTENTS
3.2.4 3-Color Gradation Scale
3.2.5 Halftone Band
3.2.6 Fogging
3.3 Test Prints
3.3.1 Selecting a Test Pattern
3.3.2 256-Color Test Print
(PGTYPE=02)
3.3.3 256-Gradation Test Print
(PGTYPE=03)
3.3.4 17-Gradation Test Print
(PGTYPE=04)
3.3.5 Halftone Test Print
(PGTYPE=05)
3.3.6 Grid Test Print
(PGTYPE=06)
3.3.7 Image Position Correction
Pattern (PGTYPE=07)
3.3.8 Horizontal Stripe (FF activation)
Test Print (PGTYPE=10)
3.3.9 Full Color 17-Gradation
(YMCBk+RGB+gray) Test
Print (PGTYPE=14)
3.4 Troubleshooting Image Faults . 5-81
3.4.1 The image is too light
(all colors).
3.4.2 The image is too light
(specific color).
3.4.3 The copy has uneven density
(vertical).
3.4.4 The copy has uneven density
(horizontal).
3.4.5 The copy has fogging.
3.4.6 The copy has vertical
streaks/vertical lines.
3.4.7 The copy has white streaks/
white lines (vertical).
3.4.8 The copy has horizontal streaks/
horizontal fogging.
3.4.9 The copy has white spots
(horizontal).
3.4.10 The copy has white spots. .. 5-92
3.4.11 The copy has white spots
(trailing center).
3.4.12 The copy has white spots
(meandering).
3.4.13 The copy has a soiled image or
soiled back.
3.4.14 The copy has poor fixing. .. 5-96
3.4.15 The copy has bleeding toner
(during fixing).
3.4.16 The copy is blank.
3.4.17 The copy is solid black.
3.4.18 The copy has color
displacement.
3.4.19 The copy has image blur.. 5-102
3.4.20 Adjust the Image
Leading
4 Troubleshooting
4.1 Troubleshooting Malfunctions5-104
4.1.1 E000/E004
4.1.2 E005
4.1.3 E006
4.1.4 E008
4.1.5 E012
4.1.6 E013
4.1.7 E014
4.1.8 E015
4.1.9 E017
4.1.10 E018
4.1.11 E020
4.1.12 E023
4.1.13 E030
4.1.14 E040
4.1.15 E041
4.1.16 E044
4.1.17 E050
4.1.18 E061
4.1.19 E062
4.1.20 E072
4.1.21 E073
4.1.22 E074
4.1.23 E075
4.1.24 E076
4.1.25 E077
4.1.26 E100
4.1.27 E110
4.1.28 E194
4.1.29 E220
4.1.30 E226
4.1.31 E249
CONTENTS
4.1.32 E350
4.1.33 E351
4.1.34 E517
4.1.35 E620
4.1.36 E700
4.1.37 E718
4.1.38 E800
4.1.39 E804
4.1.40 E805
4.1.41 E807
4.1.42 E822
4.1.43 E824
4.1.44 E826
4.1.45 AC power is absent.
4.1.46 DC power is absent.
4.1.47 The scanner fails to move
forward/in reverse.
4.1.48 The scanning lamp fails to
turn ON.
4.1.49 The lifter fails to move up
(pick-up from the
cassette).
4.1.50 Pick-up fails (cassette 1). . 5-155
4.1.51 Pick-up fails (cassette 2). . 5-156
4.1.52 The multifeeder fails to
pick up paper.
4.1.53 The registration roller fails to
rotate.
4.1.54 Retention fails.
4.1.55 The pre-exposure lamp fails to
turn ON.
4.1.56 The fixing heater fails to turn
4.1.57 The drum heater fails to
rotate.
4.1.58 The counter fails to operate. 5-162
4.1.59 The cassette heater fails to
operate.
4.1.60 Abnormal noise is heard. . 5-164
5 Troubleshooting Feeding Problems 5-165
5.1 Jams
5.1.1 Pick-Up Assembly
5.1.2 Pick-up Feeding Assembly . 5-168
5.1.3 Transfer Unit Assembly
5.1.4 Separation/Pre-Fixing
Feeding Assembly
5.1.5 Fixing/Delivery Assembly 5-170
5.1.6 Delivery Vertical Path, Duplexing
Reversing Assembly, and Pre-du-
plex Feeding Assembly .
5.1.7 Duplex feeding Assembly/
Duplex Assembly
5.2 Feeding Faults
5.2.1 Double Feeding
5.2.2 Wrinkles
6 Arrangement and Functions of
Electrical Parts
6.1 Sensors
6.2 “Lamps, Switches, Thermistors,
and Heaters”
6.3 Clutches
6.4 Solenoids
6.5 Fans
6.6 Motors
6.7 PCBs
6.8 Variable Resistors (VR), Light-
Emitting Diodes (LED), and Check
Pins by PCB
6.8.1 DC Controller PCB
6.8.2 Video Controller PCB
6.8.3 Reader Control PCB
6.8.4 Image Processor PCB
6.8.5 IP Memory PCB
6.8.7 Transfer Belt Motor
Driver PCB
6.8.6 Analog Processor PCB
6.8.8 Laser Driver PCB
6.8.9 Lamp Regulator PCB
6.8.10 Enviroment Sensor PCB .. 5-200
6.8.11 HVT1
6.8.12 HVT2
6.8.13 HVT4
6.8.14 HVT5
6.8.15 ED board A1
6.8.16 Interface board B1
6.8.17 Preview monitor board
6.9 Paper Deck-K1
6.10 Paper Deck-J1
6.11 Buffer pass unit C1
7 Upgrading (download)
7.1 Items to Prepare
7.2 Preparing for the Work
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CONTENTS
1 General Timing Chart
2 General Circuit Diagram
3 Paper Deck J1/K1
General Timing Chart
APPENDIX
2 Buffer Pass Unit
General Circuit Diagram
5 Special Tools
6 Solvents and Oils
7.3 Making Connections
7.4 Downloading
7.5 After the Work
PARTS
CATALOG
REVISION 0-01
FEB. 2001 FY8-31F3-000
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CONTENTS
940.
REVERSE ASSEMBLY
MULTI FEED ASSEMBLY
MULTI PAPER FEED TRAY ASSEMBLY
MANUAL FEED LIFTER ASSEMBLY
IMAGE REGISTRATION SENSOR ASSEMBLY
FIXING FEEDER FRONT ASSEMBLY
DUPLEXING TRAY FEED FRONT ASSEMBLY
DUPLEXING TRAY ASSEMBLY
EXTERNAL DELIVERY ASSEMBLY
INNER PAPER DELIVERY ASSEMBLY
MIRROR ASSEMBLY 1
MULTI LASER SCANNER ASSEMBLY
PROCESS UNIT MOUNT ASSEMBLY
TRANSFER BELT ASSEMBLY
TRANSFER LIFTER ASSEMBLY
OIL CLEANING ASSEMBLY
TRANSFER BELT FRAME ASSEMBLY
TRANSFER SEPARATION ASSEMBLY
TRANSFER CLEANING ASSEMBLY
TRANSFER CLEANING BLADE ASSEMBLY
PRIMARY CORONA ASSEMBLY
PRE-FIXING CORONA ASSEMBLY
SEPARATION CORONA ASSEMBLY
HOPPER MOUNT ASSEMBLY
HOPPER ASSEMBLY (C,M,Y)
HOPPER ASSEMBLY (BK)
DEVELOPING ASSEMBLY
DRUM CLEANING ASSEMBLY
WASTE TONER FEED ASSEMBLY
FIXING ASSEMBLY
FIXING MOUNT ASSEMBLY
FIXING OIL APPLY ASSEMBLY
UPPER FIXING ROLLER CLEANING ASSEMBLY
LOWER FIXING ROLLER CLEANING ASSEMBLY
PCB BOX
CONTROL PANEL PCB ASSEMBLY
CONTROL PANEL PCB FAMILY
DC CONTROLLER PCB ASSEMBLY
READER CONTROLLER PCB ASSEMBLY
DIGITAL PCB ASSEMBLY
IMAGE PROCESSOR MOTHER PCB ASSEMBLY
IMAGE PROCESSOR PCB ASSEMBLY
IMAGE PROCESSOR MEMORY PCB ASSEMBLY
315.
- COLOR LASER COPIER 5000 -
ASSEMBLY LOCATION DIAGRAM
ACCESSORIES/SPECIAL TOOLS
EXTERNAL COVERS, PANELS, ETC.
MACHINE FRONT PLATE 1
MACHINE FRONT PLATE 2
INTERNAL COMPONENTS 1
INTERNAL COMPONENTS 2
INTERNAL COMPONENTS 3
INTERNAL COMPONENTS 4
INTERNAL COMPONENTS 5
MACHINE REAR PLATE 1
MACHINE REAR PLATE 2
MACHINE REAR PLATE 3
MACHINE BOTTOM PLATE
POWER CORD TERMINAL ASSEMBLY
ECONOMY SWITCH MOUNT ASSEMBLY
CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY
LEFT COVER ASSEMBLY
RIGHT COVER ASSEMBLY
COPYBOARD COVER ASSEMBLY
PRIMARY EXHAUST FAN ASSEMBLY
SCANNER COOLING FAN ASSEMBLY
REVERSE UNIT FAN ASSEMBLY
PCB BOX COOLING FAN ASSEMBLY
P. DELIVERY LOWER FAN ASSEMBLY
FIXING EXHAUST FAN ASSEMBLY
FIXING COOLING FAN ASSEMBLY
REGIST. MOTOR COOLING FAN ASSEMBLY
PICK-UP MOTOR COOLING FAN ASSEMBLY
READER ASSEMBLY
DRUM DRIVE ASSEMBLY
DEVELOPING MOTOR ASSEMBLY
DEVELOPING DRIVE ASSEMBLY
PAPER FEED DRIVE ASSEMBLY
REGISTRATION DRIVE MOTOR ASSEMBLY
FIXING DRIVE ASSEMBLY
HOLDING TRAY DRIVE ASSEMBLY
REVERSE REAR DRIVE ASSEMBLY
CASSETTE
CASSETTE PAPER PICK-UP ASSEMBLY
RIGHT DOOR ASSEMBLY
PAPER RE-PICK UP ASSEMBLY
CONTENTS
- CLC BUFFER PASS UNIT-B1 -
ASSEMBLY LOCATION DIAGRAM
MOUNTING KIT BUFFER PASS UNIT
EXTERNAL COVERS, PANELS, ETC.
INTERNAL COMPONENTS 1
INTERNAL COMPONENTS 2
CURL REMOVING ASSEMBLY
RIGHT VERTICAL PATH GUIDE ASSEMBLY
RETAINER GUIDE ASSEMBLY
BUFFER PASS DRIVER PCB ASSEMBLY
LIST OF CONNECTORS
- CLC EDITOR-F1 -
ASSEMBLY LOCATION DIAGRAM
EDITOR PAD ASSEMBLY
EDITOR ASSEMBLY
LIST OF STANDARD FASTENERS
NUMERICAL INDEX
(COLOR LASER COPIER 5000)
NUMERICAL INDEX
(ED BOARD-C1)
NUMERICAL INDEX
(INTERFACE BOARD-E1)
NUMERICAL INDEX
(CLC MONITOR CONTROLLER BOARD)
NUMERICAL INDEX
(CLC BUFFER PASS UNIT-B1)
NUMERICAL INDEX
(CLC EDITOR-F1)
SCANNER MOTOR DRIVER PCB ASSEMBLY
ENVIRONMENT MEASURING PCB ASSEMBLY
INTERFACE BOX ASSEMBLY
INTERFACE MOTHER BOARD PCB ASSEMBLY
POTENTIAL MEASURING PCB ASSEMBLY
ANALOG PROCESSOR PCB ASSEMBLY
VIDEO CONTROLLER PCB ASSEMBLY
SALT SENSOR ASSEMBLY
LAMP REGULATOR POWER SUPPLY PCB ASSEMBLY
TRANSFER HV PCB ASSEMBLY
PRIMARY CORONA HV PCB ASSEMBLY
DEVELOPING BIAS PCB ASSEMBLY
SEPARATION CORONA HV PCB ASSEMBLY
PRE-FIXING CORONA HV PCB ASSEMBLY
LIST OF CONNECTORS
- ED BOARD-C1 -
ASSEMBLY LOCATION DIAGRAM
ED BOARD-C1
- INTERFACE BOARD-E1 -
ASSEMBLY LOCATION DIAGRAM
INTERFACE BOARD-E1
- CLC MONITOR CONTROLLER BOARD -
ASSEMBLY LOCATION DIAGRAM
MONITOR CONTROLLER BOARD
MONITOR INTERFACE PCB ASSEMBLY


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