3.           سرویس منال ریکو آفشیو 1060 قسمت سوم

REPLACEMENTANDADJUSTMENT

3.1      GENERAL CAUTIONS

Donot turnoff eitherof thepower switcheswhile anyof theelectrical components are active copyir.com Doing so might cause damage to units such as the transfer belt, drum, and development unit when they are pulled out of or put back into the copier copyir.com

3.1.1      DRUM

An organic photoconductor (OPC) drum is more sensitive to light and ammonia gas thana selenium drum copyir.com Follow the cautions below when handling an OPC drum copyir.com

  1. Never expose the drumto direct sunlight copyir.com
  1. Never expose the drum to direct light of more than 1,000 Lux for more than a minute copyir.com
  1. Never touch the drum surface with bare hands copyir.com When the drum surface is touched with a finger or becomes dirty, wipe it witha dry cloth or clean it withwet cotton copyir.com Wipewithadryclothaftercleaningwithwetcotton copyir.com
  1. Never use alcohol to clean the drum; alcohol dissolves the drum surface copyir.com
  1. Store the drum in a cool, dry place away from heat copyir.com
  1. Take care not to scratch the drumas the drum layer is thin and is easily damaged copyir.com
  1. Neverexpose the drum to corrosivegases such as ammonia gas copyir.com
  1. Always keep the drum in the protective sheet when keeping the drum unit, or the drum itself, out of the copier copyir.com Doing so avoids exposing it to bright light or direct sunlight, and will protect it from light fatigue copyir.com
  1. Dispose of used drums in accordance with local regulations copyir.com
  1. Wheninstallinganewdrum,executeSP2962(AdjustmentofDrumConditions) copyir.com

3.1.2      DRUMUNIT

  1. Before pulling out the drum unit, place a sheet of paper under the drum unit tocatch any spilt toner copyir.com
  1. Makesurethatthe drumunitis setinposition andthedrum stayissecured witha screw before the main switch is turned on copyir.com If the drum unit is loose, poor contact of the drum connectors may cause electrical noise, resulting in unexpected malfunctions (RAM data change is the worst case) copyir.com
  1. Toprevent drum scratches,removethe development unitbefore removing the drum unit copyir.com

 

GENERAL CAUTIONS                                                                                      30June2006

3.1.3      TRANSFERBELTUNIT

  1. Never touch the transfer belt surface with bare hands copyir.com
  1. Takecare not to scratch the transferbelt, as the surface is easilydamaged copyir.com
  1. Before installing the new transfer belt, clean all the rollers and the inner part ofthe transfer belt with a dry cloth to prevent the belt from slipping copyir.com

3.1.4      SCANNERUNIT

  1. When installing the exposure glass, make sure that the white paintis at the rearleft corner copyir.com
  1. Clean the exposure glass with alcohol or glass cleanerto reduce the amount ofstaticelectricity on the glass surface copyir.com
  1. Usea cotton pad with water or a blower brush to clean the mirrors and lens copyir.com
  1. Do not bend or crease the exposure lamp flat cable copyir.com
  1. Do not disassemble the lens unit copyir.com Doing so will throw the lens and the copy imageoutoffocus copyir.com
  1. Do not turn any ofthe CCD positioning screws copyir.com Doing so will throw the CCD out of position copyir.com

3.1.5      LASERUNIT

  1. Do not loosen the screws that securethe LD drive board to the laser diode casing copyir.com Doing so would throw the LD unit out of adjustment copyir.com
  1. Do not adjust the variable resistors on the LD unit, as they are adjusted in the factory copyir.com
  1. Thepolygon mirror and F-theta lenses are very sensitive to dust copyir.com Do not openthe optical housing unit copyir.com
  1. Donottouchtheglasssurfaceofthepolygonmirrormotorunitwithbarehands copyir.com
  1. After replacing the LD unit, do the laser beam pitch adjustment copyir.com Otherwise, anSC condition will be generated copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                                                                       GENERALCAUTIONS

3.1.6      CHARGECORONA

  1. Clean the corona wires with a dry cloth copyir.com Do not use sandpaper or solvent copyir.com
  1. Clean thecharge corona casing with water first to remove NOx based compounds copyir.com Then clean it with alcohol if anytoner still remains on the casing copyir.com
  1. Clean the end block with a blower brush first to remove toner and paper dust copyir.com

Then clean with alcohol if any toner still remains copyir.com

  1. Do not touch the corona wires with bare hands copyir.com Oil stains from fingers may cause uneven image density on copies copyir.com
  1. Make sure that the wires are correctly between the cleaner pads and that there is no foreign material (iron filings, etc copyir.com ) on the casing copyir.com
  1. When installing new corona wires, do not bend or scratch the wire surface copyir.com

Doing so may cause uneven charge copyir.com Also be sure that the corona wires are correctly positioned in the end blocks copyir.com

  1. Clean the grid plate with a blowerbrush (not with a dry cloth) copyir.com
  1. Do not touch the charge grid plate with bare hands copyir.com Also, do not bend the charge grid plate or make any dent init copyir.com Doing so may cause uneven charge copyir.com

3.1.7      DEVELOPMENT

  1. Be careful not to nick or scratch the development roller copyir.com
  1. Place the development unit on a sheetof paper after removing it from the copier copyir.com
  1. Never disassemble the development roller assembly copyir.com The position of the doctor plateis set with special tools and instruments at the factory to ensure theproper gap between the doctor blade and the development roller copyir.com
  1. Clean the drive gears after removing used developer copyir.com
  1. Dispose of used developer in accordance with local regulations copyir.com
  1. Neverload types of developerand toner into the developmentunit other than specified for this model copyir.com Doing so will cause poor copy quality and toner scattering copyir.com
  1. Immediately after installing new developer, the TD sensor initialsetting procedure should be performed with SP2801 (TD Sensor Initialization) to avoiddamage to the copier copyir.com Do not perform theTDsensor initial setting with used developer copyir.com Do not make any copies before doing the TD sensor initial setting copyir.com
  1. When using a vacuum cleaner to clean the development unit casing, always ground the casing with your fingers to avoid damaging the toner density sensor withstaticelectricity copyir.com
  1. When replacing the TD sensor, replace the developer, then execute SP2801 (TD Sensor Initialization) and SP2962 (Adjustment of Drum Conditions) copyir.com

 

GENERAL CAUTIONS                                                                                      30June2006

3.1.8      CLEANING

  1. When servicing the cleaning section, be careful not to damage the edge of the cleaning blade copyir.com
  1. Do not touch the cleaning blade with bare hands copyir.com
  1. Before disassembling the cleaning section, place a sheet of paper under it tocatchany tonerfalling from it copyir.com

3.1.9      FUSINGUNIT

  1. After installing the fusing thermistor, make sure that it is in contact with the hot rollerandthatitis movable copyir.com
  1. Becareful not todamage the edges ofthe hot rollerstrippers or their tension springs copyir.com
  1. Do not touch the fusing lamp and rollers with bare hands copyir.com
  1. Make sure that the fusing lamp is positioned correctly and that it does not touch the inner surface of the hot roller copyir.com

3.1.10       PAPERFEED

  1. Do not touch the surface of the pick-up, feed, and separation rollers copyir.com
  1. To avoid paper misfeeds, the side fences and end fence of the paper tray mustbe positioned correctly to align with the actual paper size copyir.com

3.1.11       USEDTONER

  1. We recommend checking the amount of used toner at every EM copyir.com
  1. Dispose of used toner in accordance with local regulations copyir.com Never throw toner into an open flame, for toner dust may ignite copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                                               SPECIALTOOLSANDLUBRICANTS

3.2      SPECIAL TOOLS AND LUBRICANTS

3.2.1      SPECIALTOOLS

PartNo copyir.com

Description

A0069104

ScannerPositioningPin(4pcs copyir.com /set)

A2929500

TestChart –S5S(10pcs copyir.com /set)

A0299387

Digital Multimeter – FLUKE 87

VSST9500

Test Chart– S5S– DF (10 Sheets/Set)

N8036701

Flash Memory Card – 4MB (B064)

N8036701

Case – Flash Memory Card (B064)

G0219350

Loop Back Connector

B6455010

SD (Secure Digital) Card– 64 MB (B140/B246)

3.2.2      LUBRICANTS

PartNo copyir.com

Description

A2579300

Grease Barrierta– JFE 55/2

52039502

Silicon Grease G-501

54429101

Setting Powder

 

OPERATIONPANELANDEXTERNALCOVERS                                          30June2006

3.3      OPERATION PANEL AND EXTERNAL COVERS

3.3.1      OPERATIONPANEL

[A]

[B]

B246R901 copyir.com WMF

[A]:Shoulderscrews( x2)[B]: Operationpanel(x1)

3.3.2      FRONTDOOR

 

[A]

 

[B]

 

B246R902 copyir.com WMF

While supporting the front door [A] with one hand, press down on the hinge bracket [B]thenraisethedoorslightlyto removeit copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                            OPERATIONPANELANDEXTERNALCOVERS

3.3.3      RIGHTCOVERS

 

[C]

 

[B]

 

[A]

 

[E]

 

[D]

 

B246R903 copyir.com WMF

 

  1. LCT entrance guide cover [A] ( x 2)
  1. Rightuppercover[B] ( x 2)
  • To remove the right cover, remove the LCT entrance guide plate, open the by-pass tray, then slide the right upper cover down to remove it copyir.com
  • When re-attaching, before tightening the screws make sure that 1) the tabs [C] on the cover are engaged with the grooves on the machine, and 2) the catches on the cover are engagedwith the shoulder screws copyir.com
  1. Lowerright cover[D] ( x 2)
  • After removing the screws, slide the cover down to remove it copyir.com
  • When re-attaching, before tightening the screws make sure that the tabs [E]on the cover are engaged with the grooves on the machine copyir.com

 

OPERATIONPANELANDEXTERNALCOVERS                                          30June2006

3.3.4      LEFTCOVERS

[A]

[B]

B246R904 copyir.com WMF

[A]: Leftuppercover ( x2)

  • Slide down to remove copyir.com
  • When re-attaching, before tightening the screws make sure that 1) the tabs on the cover are engaged with the grooves on the machine, and 2) the

catches on the cover are engagedwith the shoulder screws copyir.com

[B]: Leftlowercover ( x 2)

  • Slide down to remove copyir.com
  • When re-attaching, before tightening the screws make sure that the tabs on the cover are engaged with the grooves on the machine copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                            OPERATIONPANELANDEXTERNALCOVERS

3.3.5      REARCOVERS

[A]

[B]

[C]

B246R905 copyir.com WMF

[A]: Disconnect the ADF plug copyir.com [B]: Rearupper cover ( x2)

  • Slide down to remove copyir.com
  • When re-attaching, before tightening the screws make sure that the tabs on the cover are engaged with the shoulder screws copyir.com

[C]: Rearlower cover ( x 2)

  • When re-attaching, before tightening the screws make sure that the tabs on the cover are engaged with the shoulder screws copyir.com

 

3.4      SCANNER

3.4.1      ADFANDTOPCOVERS

ADF

 

[D]

 

[A]

 

 

B246R906 copyir.com WMF

 

[C]

 

[B]

 

[E]

 

[E]

 

 

Rearuppercover copyir.com ( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5) [A]: Cable bracket ( x1)

[B]: Controller/IPU panel ( x2)

  • Swing open the panel so you can see the back copyir.com [C]: Connector cover ( x 2)

[D]:Connector(2ndfromthetop)(x1)[E]:ADFbaseleftandrightplates( x2)

 

B246R907 copyir.com WMF

 

  • While holding the ADFfirmly, slide the ADF back and lift the large end of the keyholes over the shoulder screws copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                                                                                           SCANNER

TopCovers

[A]

[B]

[C]

[D]

 

ADF( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 4 copyir.com 1)

[A]: Top inside cover ( x2) [B]: Topleft cover ( x1) [C]: Topright cover ( x1)

[D]: Operationpanel(   x1)( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 1)

 

B246R908 copyir.com WMF

 

3.4.2      EXPOSUREGLASS

 

[B]

 

[A]

 

[D]

 

[C]

B246R909 copyir.com WMF

[A]: Rear scale ( x3) [B]: Leftcover ( x3) [C]: ADF exposure glass [D]: Exposure glass

NOTE:Lift outthe exposure glass and left scale together copyir.com The left scale is permanently attached to the exposure glass with double-sided tape copyir.com Do not remove the left scale from the exposure glass copyir.com

When re-installing the exposure glass:

  • Position the exposure glass first copyir.com Make sure that the arrow mark is in the upper leftcorner copyir.com
  • Whenre-installing the leftcover, make sureit is seatedcorrectly copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                                                                                           SCANNER

3.4.3      SCANNERORIGINALSIZESENSORS

[A]

[B]

B246R910 copyir.com WMF

Exposureglass( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 4 copyir.com 2)

[A]:Originallengthsensor( x1,x1)

NOTE:In NorthAmerica,two length sensorsare provided copyir.com

[B]:Originalwidthsensor( x1,x1)

 

3.4.4      LENSBLOCK

[A]

[C]

 

[B]

 

[D]

 

B246R911 copyir.com WMF

 

Exposureglass( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 4 copyir.com 2)

Operationpanel(   x1)( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 1) [A]: Topright cover ( x 1)

[B]: Rightupperstay ( x2)

[C]: Lenscover ( x 2)

[D]:Lensblock( x2,x3)

 

B246R912 copyir.com WMF

 

NOTE:To avoid damaging the lens block, never set it down on the side with the PCB; turn it over with the PCB up copyir.com

Re-assemble the machine, then perform the scanner and printer adjustments copyir.com ( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 14)

 

30June 2006                                                                                                           SCANNER

3.4.5      EXPOSURELAMP

[D]

[B]

 

[C]

 

[A]

 

B246R913 copyir.com WMF

Exposureglass( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 4 copyir.com 2) Operationpanel( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 1)

Pushthe1stscanner[A]tothecutout[B]inthescannerframe copyir.com [C]: Exposure lamp cover ( x 2)

[D]:Exposurelamp( x3,x1)

NOTE:Never touch the surface of the exposure lamp with bare fingers copyir.com

 

3.4.6      LAMPREGULATOR

[A]

[B]

[C]

B246R914 copyir.com WMF

Operationpanel( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 1) Exposureglass( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 4 copyir.com 2)

Exposurelampcoverandexposurelamp( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 4 copyir.com 5) [A]: Metalstripreflector

NOTE:Avoid touching the surface of the reflector and do not bend it copyir.com

[B]:Lampregulatorribbonconnector[C]:Lampregulator( x4,x1)

 

30June 2006                                                                                                           SCANNER

3.4.7      SCANNERMOTORDRIVEBOARD(SDRB)

 

B246R915 copyir.com WMF

 

[A]

 

Rearuppercover( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5)

[A]:Scannermotordriveboard( x3,x3)

 

3.4.8      SCANNERMOTOR

[C]

 

B246R916 copyir.com WMF

 

[A]              [B]

 

B246R918 copyir.com WMF

 

[E]

[F]

 

[D]

 

B246R917 copyir.com WMF

 

Rightuppercover( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 3) Controller/IPU panel door Flywheel ( x 3)

[A]:Drumcoolingfan( x1,x1)

[B]:Chargepowerpackcoolingfan( x2,x1)

[C]:Exhaustfan( x1,x1)

[D]:Developmentpowerpack( x2,x3)

[E]: Vent ( x2)

[F]: Scannermotor(x1,harnessesx2,   x3,timingbeltx1)

Re-assemblethescanner,thendothescannerandprinteradjustments copyir.com ( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 14)

 

30June 2006                                                                                                           SCANNER

3.4.9      SCANNERHPSENSOR

[B]

[A]

B246R919 copyir.com WMF

Rearuppercover( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5)

[A]:Sensorbracketandleaf( x1)[B]:ScannerHPsensor(x1)

 

3.4.10       SCANNERWIREREPLACEMENT

PreparationforRemoval

[B]

[C]

 

[A]

B246R920 copyir.com WMF

 

[D]

 

[E]

[F]

B246R921 copyir.com WMF

ADFandtopcovers( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 4 copyir.com 1) Operationpanel(   x1)( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 1)

[A]:Scannerunitexternalcover( x4,x1)

[B]: Leftstay( x5) [C]: Rightstay( x5)

[D]: ADF upper support frame ( x 8) [E]: Lowersupport frame ( x6)

[F]: Scannerunitfront panel( x 6)

 

WireRemoval:Back

[D]

[A]

[B]

[C]

B246R922 copyir.com WMF

[A]: Drive pulley ( x1) [B]: Timing belt

[C]: Tension bracket ( x 1, springx 1)

[D]: Rear wire pulley ( x 1) and rear scanner wire

 

 

WireRemoval:Front

 

[B]

 

[C]

[A]

B246R923 copyir.com WMF

[A]: Tension bracket ( x 1, spring x 1) [B]: Front wire pulley ( x 1)

  • Remove the screw copyir.com While pulling back on the drive shaft, remove the pulley shaft copyir.com

[C]: Scannerwire

 

AttachingtheNewWire

[E]

 

     @

[C]

 

[D]

 

[A]                   0

B246R924 copyir.com WMF

[B]

B246R925 copyir.com WMF

  1. Whilepayingattentiontothedirectionofthewire(theleadingbead),threadthe wire [A] through the pulley, wrap the wire on the pulley, then apply tape to hold it in place copyir.com
  • Wind the wire on the bead side [B] clockwise6 times, and the ring side2 timesasshown(0) copyir.com
  1. Set the pulley with the taped wire on the scanner drive shaft copyir.com
  1. Position the 1st scanner with the positioning pins, part number A0069104 ([A]on the nextpage) copyir.com
  2. Windtheendofthewirewiththebead[C]asshown(@ ) copyir.com
  1. Wind the ring-end of the wire around the pulley [D], install the tension bracket [E] , then tighten the screw slightly to temporarily lock the wire to the bracket

(         ) copyir.com

 

[A]

[B]

B246R926 copyir.com WMF

  1. Attachthe1stscannerbracket[B] copyir.com
  1. Tighten the screw on the tension bracket ([E] previous page) copyir.com
  1. Remove the positioning pins copyir.com Hold the center of the 1st scanner then move it gently left and right to make sure that the wire is seated and positionedcorrectly copyir.com
  1. Insert the positioning pins again, then loosen the following screws: 2nd scanner inner screws, 1st scanner bracket screws, tension bracket screw copyir.com
  1. With the pulley facing directly up, tighten the screws again to fix the pulley in place copyir.com
  1. Re-assemblethescanner,thenperformthescannerandprinteradjustments copyir.com ( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 14)

 

30June 2006                                                                                                           SCANNER

3.4.11       SCANNERHEATER

[B]                                  [C]

[A]

B246R928 copyir.com WMF

[D]

 

Exposureglass( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 4 copyir.com 2) Operationpanel( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 1)

[A]: Scanning glass plate( x4) copyir.com

[B]: Scanner heater ( x2) copyir.com

 

B246R927 copyir.com WMF

 

[C]: Fasten the cable with the harness clamp copyir.com

[D]:Fastentheconnectorontheleftsideofthemachine(x1) copyir.com

 

LASERUNIT                                                                                                      30June2006

3.5      LASERUNIT

LtWARNING

Turnoffthemainpowerswitchandunplugthemachinebeforeperforming

anyprocedureinthissection copyir.com Laserbeamscanseriouslydamagetheeyes copyir.com

LtWARNING

  • ThislaserunitusesfourlaserbeamsproducedbyaClassIII LDAwitha wavelengthof788nmandintensityof10mW(13 copyir.com 2mWfortheB246 Series) copyir.com Directexposuretotheeyescouldcausepermanentblindness copyir.com
  • Beforeperforminganyreplacementoradjustmentofthelaserunit,press themainpowerswitchtopowerthemachineoff copyir.com Thenunplugthe machinefromthepowersource copyir.com Allow themachine tocoolforafewminutes copyir.com Thepolygonmotorcontinuestorotateforaboutonetothree minutes copyir.com
  • Neverpoweronthemachinewithanyofthesecomponentsremoved:1) LDunit,2)polygonmotorcover,3)synchronizationdetector copyir.com

3.5.1      CAUTIONDECALS

Two caution decals are provided for the laser section copyir.com

B246R929 copyir.com WMF

B246R930 copyir.com WMF

 

30June 2006                                                                                                       LASERUNIT

3.5.2      LDUNITANDPOLYGONMOTOR

 

[A]: LDunit cover ( x4) [B]: Harness connector

[C]: Polygonmotor cover ( x 4)

 

[A]

 

[C]

 

[B]

 

B246R931 copyir.com WMF

LtCAUTION

  • Anaccidental staticdischarge coulddamage theLDB (LaserDiodeBoard) copyir.com Touchametalsurfacetodischargeanystaticelectricityfrom yourhands copyir.com
  • Thepolygonmotorrotatesatextremelyhighspeedandcontinuestorotateafterswitchingthemachineoff copyir.com Toavoiddamagingthemotor,neverremovethepolygonmotorwithinthreeminutesofswitchingoffthe mainpoweranddisconnectingthepowerplug copyir.com

 

[D]:LDBconnectors(x6)[E]:LDunit( x2)

[F]: Polygonmotor( x3,x2)

  • Follow this procedure in reverse order to install the new LD unit or polygonmotor copyir.com

LtCAUTION

 

[D]

 

[E]

 

[F]

B246R932 copyir.com WMF

 

Beforefasteningthepolygonmotorinplace( x3, x2),makesurethat theglasspanelofthelaserportisfacingtotheright(towardthemirrorsintheopticalpath) copyir.com

 

LASERUNIT                                                                                                      30June2006

SPAdjustments

  1. ExecuteSP2962 (Automatic Adjustment ofDrum Conditions) after replacingthe LD unit, but only if SP3901 – Auto Process Control – is on copyir.com
  1. Read the label [A] attached to the LD unit [B] copyir.com Execute SP2115 (Main Scan Beam Pitch Adjustment) and enterthe numbers printed on the label copyir.com

[A]

[B]

B246R933 copyir.com WMF

  • The first line on the label is the machine number copyir.com
  • The second line on the label includes three numbers separated by slashes copyir.com Readingfromlefttoright,thesearethecorrectsettingsforSP2115(Main Scan Beam Pitch Adjustment) 001, 002, and 003 copyir.com
  • Donot remove thislabel and makesureit isflat against theside of theLD unit copyir.com
  1. Performthescannerandprinteradjustments copyir.com ( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 14)

 

30June 2006                                                                                                       LASERUNIT

3.5.3      LASERSYNCHRONIZATIONDETECTORREPLACEMENT

 

[B]

 

[A]

 

B246R934 copyir.com WMF

Remove the right side cover ( x 2)

NOTE:If theoptionalLCT isinstalled,disconnect it( x1) copyir.com

[A]:Developmentunitfans( x4,x1)[B]:Synchronizationdetector( x1,x1)

Afterreplacement, set SP1002-001~007(Side-to-Side Registration) to thedefaults copyir.com

 

LASERUNIT                                                                                                      30June2006

3.5.4      LASERUNITALIGNMENT

LtWARNING

IfyouhavejustdisassembledtheLDunit,toavoidseriousdamagetothe

eyesfrom accidental exposureto laser beamsyoumust confirm that the machinehasbeenre-assembledcompletelybeforeoperation copyir.com

This adjustment corrects the parallelogram pattern to the desired rectangular pattern for printing; it does not correct the skew of scanned images copyir.com

  1. ExecuteSP2902-003 (Test Pattern– Printing Test Pattern)018 to print theA4 LEF pattern copyir.com Check the printed patterns and estimate the angle ofadjustment required copyir.com
  2. Removetheexposureglass( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 4 copyir.com 2) copyir.com
    1. RemovetheLDunitcoverandpolygonmotorcover( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 5 copyir.com 2) copyir.com
    2. Removetherightcover( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 3) copyir.com
    3. Loosenthescrewsofthelaserexposureunit0@( x3) copyir.com

0

@

[B]

[A]

B246R935 copyir.com WMF

  1. While watching the scale [A], use a flathead screwdriver [B] to move the laser exposureunitleft orrightto adjusttheposition oftheunit copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                                                                                       LASERUNIT

[A]

1 mm

 

[B]

 

B246R936 copyir.com WMF

 

  1. Adjust the position of the laser exposure unit copyir.com
  • Ifthepattern isskewed atthecorner ofthe leadingedge[A], movethe unit so it moves the pointer on the scale toward the back copyir.com
  • If the pattern is skewed at the lowerleft corner of the trailing edge [B], move theunit soit movesthe pointeron thescale toward thefront copyir.com

NOTE:Thescaleissetforincrementsof1mm copyir.com

  1. After adjustment, tighten the screws on the laser exposure unit, re-assemblethe machine and print the pattern again with SP2902-003 No copyir.com 18 copyir.com
  1. Check the pattern copyir.com Repeat the procedure if more adjustment is required copyir.com

 

DRUMUNIT                                                                                                       30June2006

3.6      DRUMUNIT

3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 1DEVELOPMENTUNITREMOVAL

Removal

[E]

[C]

 

[A]

B246R938 copyir.com WMF

 

[B]

 

[F]

 

[D]

 

 

[G]

 

B246R937 copyir.com WMF

 

 

B246R939 copyir.com WMF

 

[H]

 

Openthefrontdoor copyir.com

[A]: Shuttercover ( x 1) copyir.com [B]: Lock screw

[C]: Tonerbottle copyir.com

  • Pullthe toner bottle holder out and swingthe toner bottle holder to the right copyir.com [D]: Face plate (knobx 1,   x2)

NOTE:Afterre-installation, the tab[E] shouldbe behindthe stayand itspin

below should be in the open track below copyir.com [F]: Close thesupply pipeshutter

[G]:Developmentunit(x2[H])

  • Allow the unit to slip to the right, then slowly pull it out of the machine copyir.com

NOTE:If the LCT is installed, you may need to disconnect it so the front door

can open far enough to allow removal of the development unit copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                                                                                        DRUMUNIT

 

Re-installation

When re-inserting the development unit, engagetheplateCDonthefrontofthe

development unit with the silver pin [A] inside themachine,thenslideittotheleft@toward

the drum copyir.com

If the unit is installed correctly, you should see the pin above the plate, and the plate should beflat againstthe frontof the development unit copyir.com

If the development unit will not move past the pin, the couplings are not aligned correctly atthe back of the machine copyir.com Turn the gear on the front of the developerunit until the couplings engage at the rear of the machine copyir.com

Beforeclosingthefrontdoor,makesurethatthe pipe line shutter is rotated down to the open position copyir.com

 

[A]

 

B246R940 copyir.com WMF

 

ReplacementwithausedDevelopmentUnit

When usinga development unit from another machine for test purposes, execute the following procedure copyir.com

  1. Checkthe value of SP2220 (Vref Manual Setting) in both the machine containing the test unit and the machine that you are going to move it to copyir.com
  1. Install the test development unit, then input theVREFforthisunitinto SP2220 copyir.com
  1. After the test, reinstall the old development unit, and change SP2220 back tothe original value copyir.com

 

DRUMUNIT                                                                                                       30June2006

3.6.2      CHARGECORONAUNIT

[A]

B246R941 copyir.com WMF

Developmentunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 1)

[A]:Chargecoronaunit( x1,x1)

 

30June 2006                                                                                                        DRUMUNIT

3.6.3      CHARGECORONAWIREANDGRID

[A]

[C]

 

[B]

 

[F]

 

[G]

 

[E]

 

 

B246R942 copyir.com WMF

 

[D]

 

 

Chargecoronaunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 1) [A]: Grid ( x1)

[B]: Frontbracket

[C]: Rearbracket [D]:Frontblockcover [E]: Rear block cover [F]: Corona wire

  • Disconnect the wire behind the grid bracket copyir.com

 

B246R943 copyir.com WMF

 

NOTE:1)Never touch the charge corona wire with bare hands copyir.com Always protect it fromdust,oil,etc copyir.com

  1. Never bend or knot the wire copyir.com Charge will not distribute evenly on a bent wire copyir.com
  2. Make sure that the wire seam [G] is as close as possible to the wire hookatthe rear copyir.com
  3. At the front and back, make sure that the wire is threaded correctly into the grooves in the end blocks copyir.com
  4. After replacing thecharge corona wire, make sure that the wire cleaner pads are engaged correctly with the wires copyir.com
  5. Afterreplacing the wire, set SP2001-001 (Charge RollerBias Adjustment– Applied Voltage for Image Processing) to the default copyir.com

 

DRUMUNIT                                                                                                       30June2006

3.6.4      CHARGECORONAWIRECLEANINGPADS

[A]

B246R944 copyir.com WMF

Chargecoronaunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 2)

Chargecoronawireandgrid( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 3) [A]: Cleaning pad (   x 1)

 

30June 2006                                                                                                        DRUMUNIT

3.6.5      OPCDRUMREMOVAL

 

[A]

 

[B]

 

B246R945 copyir.com WMF

 

Developmentunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 1)Chargecoronaunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 2) [A]: Drumunit( x1,x1)

 

B246R946 copyir.com WMF

 

  • Grasp the drum unit by the knob to remove it from the machine copyir.com

[B]: OPCdrum

Afterreplacing thedrum, dothe followingSPs:

  • SetSP2001-001 (ChargeRoller Bias Adjustment– Applied Voltagefor Image Processing) to the default setting copyir.com
  • SP2962 (Adjustment of Drum Conditions), only if SP3901 (Auto Process Control) is on copyir.com

NOTE:1)To avoid fingerprints onthe surface of the OPCdrum, never touch the surface of the drum with bare fingers copyir.com

  1. Never use alcohol to clean the surface of the OPC drum copyir.com Blow dry the OPC drum, then wipe clean witha clean, slightly damp cloth copyir.com
  2. Before installinga new drum, dust the surface of theOPC drum carefully with setting powder copyir.com (See next procedure copyir.com )

 

DRUMUNIT                                                                                                       30June2006

DustingtheDrumSurface

The surface of the drum is less smooth,so you must apply Drum Setting Powder (P/N:54429101) to the drum surface before installation copyir.com

Important!:Failure to applythe drum powderbefore installationcoulddamage the drum cleaning blade or scour the drum surface copyir.com

 

[B]

 

[A]

 

[C]

 

 

[E]

 

[F]

 

B246R947 copyir.com WMF

 

[D]

 

B246R948 copyir.com WMF

 

  1. Apply the setting powder by tapping the powder bag [A] across the surface ofthe drum[B] copyir.com
  1. Cover the entire length of the drum over a 4590 degree portion [C] (about 1/4of the total drum surface) copyir.com Apply enough powder so the area turns white copyir.com

NOTE:If setting powder is not available, use waste toner instead of drum setting powder copyir.com However, this could cause dirty backgrounds on the firstcopies copyir.com

  1. Install the new drum in the OPC unitso that the powdered surface [D] faces the cleaningblade[E] copyir.com
  1. Rotate the drum once clockwise [F] until it stops again at the same position copyir.com

Important:Neverrotatethedrumanti-clockwise copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                                                                                        DRUMUNIT

 

3.6.6      PTL(B140ANDB246SERIESONLY)

OPCdrum( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 5)

[A]:PTLbracket( x2)[B]:PTL(x1)

Reinstallation

  • Theshoulder screw [C] must be attached again at its initial location copyir.com

 

DRUMUNIT                                                                                                       30June2006

3.6.7      QUENCHINGLAMP

[A]

 

OPCdrum( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 5)

[A]: Quenchinglamp(x1)

 

B246R950 copyir.com WMF

 

  • At the center, push back the hook to release the quenching lamp copyir.com

NOTE:Use onlya blower brush to clean the quenching lamp copyir.com

3.6.8      DRUMPOTENTIALSENSOR

[A]

 

OPCdrum( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 5)

[A]:Drumpotentialsensor( x2,x1)

 

B246R951 copyir.com WMF

 

NOTE:After replacingthe drum potentialsensor, doSP2962 (Adjustment of

Drum Conditions), only if SP3901 (Auto Process Control) is on) copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                                                                                        DRUMUNIT

 

3.6.9      CLEANINGFILTER

OPCdrum( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 5)

[A]: Cleaning filter

3.6.10       CLEANINGBLADE

 

[A]

 

B246R952 copyir.com WMF

 

[A]

 

OPCdrum( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 5)

[A]: Drum cleaning blade ( x2)

 

B246R953 copyir.com WMF

 

NOTE:1)Clean the blade edge carefully with onlyasoft, clean cloth copyir.com

  1. Handle the blade carefully to avoid nicking its edge copyir.com
  2. New blades are treated with special setting powder, so avoid touching the edge ofa new cleaning blade copyir.com If the edge ofa new blade is accidentally wiped clean, dust it lightly with some toner before installing it copyir.com
  3. Before installing a new blade, make sure that the blade side seals are not pinched by the blade copyir.com

 

DRUMUNIT                                                                                                       30June2006

3.6.11       CLEANINGBRUSH

[C]

[A]

[B]

 

OPCdrum( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 5)

Drumcleaningblade( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 10) [A]: Coupling( x1)

[B]: Inner bushing

[C]: Cleaning brush

 

B246R954 copyir.com WMF

 

  • Pullthe shafttoward therear todisengagethe frontof theshaft, then pull out copyir.com

NOTE:1)After replacingthe cleaning brush, cleanthe ID sensor tomake sure thatit is clean and free of toner copyir.com

  1. Avoid touching the cleaning brush with bare hands copyir.com
  2. Check the entrance seals and confirm that they are not bent copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                                                                                        DRUMUNIT

3.6.12       PICK-OFFPAWLS

[A]

[B]

B246R955 copyir.com WMF

OPCdrum( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 5)

[A]: Pick-off pawl bracket( x2) [B]: Pick-offpawl (springx1)

3.6.13       IDSENSOR

[A]

 

OPCdrum( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 5)

Pick-offpawls( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 12)

[A]: IDsensor( x2,x1)

Afterreplacing thesensor, dothe followingSPs:

 

B246R956 copyir.com WMF

 

  • SP2962 (Adjustment of Drum Conditions), only if SP3901 (Auto Process Control) is on) copyir.com
    • SP3001-002 (ID Sensor Initialization Setting) copyir.com

 

DRUMUNIT                                                                                                       30June2006

3.6.14       DRUMMOTOR

[A]

 

B246R957 copyir.com WMF

 

[B]

 

[D]

[C]

 

Rearcovers( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5)

Controller/IPU panel ( x 2) (not shown)

 

B246R958 copyir.com WMF

 

  • The panel swings open like a door copyir.com You do not need to remove it copyir.com Flywheel ( x 3) (not shown)

[A]: Three gears ( x1,   x 2, Timing beltx 1) [B]: Spring

[C]: Timing belt

[D]:Drummotor(x1, x5)

 

30June 2006                                                                                                        DRUMUNIT

3.6.15       TONERCOLLECTIONBOTTLE

[A]

[C]

 

[E]

 

[D]

 

B246R959 copyir.com WMF

 

[B]

 

  1. Openthefrontdoor[A] copyir.com
  1. Remove the lock pin [B], then pull out the toner collection bottle [C] and its base[D] copyir.com
  1. Detach the bottle from the base clamp [E] and replace it copyir.com

3.6.16       TONERSEPARATIONUNIT

[A]

 

Developmentunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 1)

[A]: Tonerseparation unit ( x3)

 

B246R960 copyir.com WMF

 

DRUMUNIT                                                                                                       30June2006

3.6.17       OZONEFILTERS

 

[A]: Filtercover ( x1)

  • The filter cover is on the back ofthe machine copyir.com

[B]: Ozonefilter(top)

[C]: Ozonefilter(bottom)

B246R961 copyir.com WMF

 

3.6.18       OPTICSDUSTFILTER

[A]: Filtercover

[B]: Opticsdustfilter

[B]

[A]

 

3.6.19       INTERNALDUSTFILTER

  1. Openthefrontdoor copyir.com
  1. Pulloutthe internaldust filter[A] copyir.com

 

B246R962 copyir.com WMF

 

[A]

 

B246R963 copyir.com WMF

 

30June 2006                                                                                       DEVELOPMENTUNIT

3.7      DEVELOPMENT UNIT

3.7.1      DEVELOPERREPLACEMENT

 

  1. Removethedevelopmentunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 1)
  1. Removethe toner hopper[A] ( x 2)
  • Rotate the toner hopper very slightly (10°~20°)asyouslideitupto

removeit copyir.com

NOTE:Toavoid tonerspill, holdthe hopper level as you remove it

 

[A]

 

B246R964 copyir.com WMF

 

  1. Holdthe development[B] unitover a large sheetof paper, thenslowly turn it upside down to empty the developer copyir.com
  1. Turn the knob [C] through several complete rotations to empty all the developer in the development unit copyir.com
  1. Clean the development sleeve and its side seals copyir.com
  1. Turn the unit over and set it on another sheetofclean paper copyir.com
  1. Note the developer lot number printed on the top edge of the bag copyir.com You will need the lot number when you input SP2801 copyir.com
  1. Clean the development roller shaft witha clean cloth and blower brush copyir.com
  1. While turning the knob [D] slowly, pourin one pack of developer[E] from oneend of the development unit to the other copyir.com

 

[D]

 

[B]

 

[C]

B246R965 copyir.com WMF

[E]

B246R966 copyir.com WMF

 

  • Makesurethat thedeveloper isevenly distributed copyir.com

NOTE:Continue to turn the knob several times to prevent clumping in the

developer copyir.com

 

DEVELOPMENTUNIT                                                                                      30June2006

  1. Re-assemble the machine copyir.com
  • Hold the hopper perfectly level when re-attaching it, to prevent toner from enteringtherails ofthe developmentfilter copyir.com

NOTE:Automaticprocesscontrolstartsautomaticallyafterthemachineis switched on, so after replacing the developer, you should enter the SPmode and initialize the developer with SP2801 as soon as possible afterswitching the machine on copyir.com

  1. Do SP2801 (TD Sensor Initial Setting) copyir.com

B064 Series

  • Switch the machine on copyir.com
  • PressClearModes
  • Ontheoperationpanelkeypad,pressC)�(!) copyir.com
  • Hold downClear/Stope>formorethan3 seconds copyir.com
  • Press “Copy SP on the touch-panel copyir.com
  • Press0C!�C) copyir.com
  • Readthelotnumberfromthepackage,enterthenumber,thenpress® copyir.com
    • Press Execute copyir.com

B140 Series/B246 Series

  • Openthefrontdoor copyir.com

Important:Ifyouopenthefrontdoor,autoprocesscontrolwillnotstart copyir.com SP2801must bedone beforeauto processcontrol starts copyir.com

  • Turn the machine on copyir.com
  • PushClearModes
  • Ontheoperationpanelkeypad,pushC)�(!) copyir.com
  • Hold downClear/Stope>formorethan3 seconds copyir.com
  • Closethefrontdoor copyir.com
  • Push “Copy SP on the touch-panel copyir.com
  • Push0C!�C) copyir.com
  • Read the lot number from the pack of developer, input the number, then push

® copyir.com

  • PushExecute copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                                                                       DEVELOPMENTUNIT

3.7.2      DEVELOPMENTFILTER

[A]

[B]

[C]

[D]

B246R967 copyir.com WMF

Developmentunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 1) [A]: Tonerhopper

[B]: Filterbrackettop

[C]: Filterbracket

[D]: Developmentfilter

  • Makesurethattherails wherethedevelopmentfilter bracket[C]connectstothe development unit are clean and free of toner copyir.com If there is any toner in the rails, wipe them clean copyir.com
  • When installinga new filter, set the filter inside the filter case then place the caseontop ofthe filterbracket [C] copyir.com The filtercase closesany gapsat the edgesofthefiltertopreventtonerscatter copyir.com

 

DEVELOPMENTUNIT                                                                                      30June2006

3.7.3      ENTRANCESEALANDSIDESEALS

[C]

[A]

 

B246R968 copyir.com WMF

 

[D]

 

[B]

 

 

Developmentunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 1)

[A]: Entrance seal bracket ( x2)

 

B246R969 copyir.com WMF

 

  • After removing the screws, press in the catches on either end [B] to release theentrance seal bracket,then remove it copyir.com
    • Clean the entrance seal bracket before re-installing it copyir.com
    • When re-installing, make sure the tabs [C] and notches are engaged at four locations copyir.com

[D]: Sideseals

  • Remove the side seals from both ends, clean the area, and replace with new seals copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                                                                       DEVELOPMENTUNIT

3.7.4      TDSENSOR

[B]

[A]

 

Developmentunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 1) [A]: TDsensor ( x1)

 

B246R970 copyir.com WMF

 

  • Before installinga new TD sensor, clean the TD sensor port [B] copyir.com
  • Afterreplacingthe TD sensor, dothe followingSPsSP2801 TD Sensor Initial Setting

SP2962 Auto Process Control (only if SP3901 – Auto Process Control – is

on) copyir.com

3.7.5      TONERENDSENSOR

[B]

[A]

 

Developmentunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 1) [A]: Tonerhopper ( x2)

[B]: Tonerend sensor ( x2)

 

[C]

 

B246R971 copyir.com WMF

 

  • Remove the screws carefully to avoid stripping the holes copyir.com
  • Beforeinstallinganewtonerendsensor,cleanthetonerendsensorport[C] copyir.com

 

DEVELOPMENTUNIT                                                                                      30June2006

3.7.6      TONERSUPPLYMOTOR

[G]

[A]

 

[B]

 

[C]

 

B246R972 copyir.com WMF

[F]

[E]

 

Openthefrontdoor copyir.com

 

[D]

 

B246R973 copyir.com WMF

 

Swing the toner unit out of the machine and remove the toner bottle copyir.com [A]: Bracket ( x1)

[B]: Lock plate ( x1)

[C]:Tonerbottleunit(x1,harnessx1, x1)

  • The c-clamp is under the toner unit copyir.com
  • Lift the toner bottle unit off the pegs and lay it ona piece of newspaper toavoid toner spill copyir.com

[D]: Bottom plate( x 3, harnessesx2)

  • 2 screws on the bottom,1 screw on the side copyir.com [E]: Tonersupply motor bracket( x2)

[F]: Tonersupply motor ( x2)

NOTE:Afterre-installation thetab [G] shouldbe behindthe stayand itspin below should be in the open track below copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                                                                       DEVELOPMENTUNIT

3.7.7      DEVELOPMENTMOTOR

[C]

 

[A]

 

[B]

 

B246R975 copyir.com WMF

[E]

 

[A]: Flywheel ( x3)

[B]:Wastetonerpumptube( x1,x1)[C]:Driverod

 

[D]

 

B246R974 copyir.com WMF

 

  • Lift the toner pump tube to disengage the drive rod, pull out the rod, and push the rubber tube aside copyir.com

[D]: Developmentmotorbracket(   x3,x1) [E]: Development motor ( x4)

 

TRANSFERBELT UNIT                                                                                    30June2006

3.8      TRANSFER BELT UNIT

3.8.1      TRANSFERBELTUNIT

[B]

[C]

 

[A]

 

B246R976 copyir.com WMF

 

NOTE:Before you begin, spreada mat or some clean paper on the floor where youintendtoset thetransferbeltunit copyir.com

  1. RemovetheOPCdrumunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 5) copyir.com
  2. Disconnectthetransferbeltunit[A](x1) copyir.com
  1. Removethetransferbelt unitstay[B] ( x1) copyir.com
  1. While supporting the transfer belt unit with your hand, turn the release lever [C]counter-clockwise to release it, then pull the transfer belt unit out of the machine copyir.com

NOTE:The transfer belt unit can be removed without removing the

 

OPCdrum unit copyir.com However,the transferbeltunitmustbe removed carefully to avoid scratching the surface of the transferbelt on the OPC drum unit [D] above copyir.com Avoid touching the belt with bare hands copyir.com

 

[D]

 

B246R977 copyir.com WMF

 

30June 2006                                                                                     TRANSFERBELTUNIT

3.8.2      TRANSFERBELT

[C]

[D]

[B]

 

[A]

 

[F]

 

B246R978 copyir.com WMF

 

[E]

 

B246R979 copyir.com WMF

  1. Removethetransferbeltunit copyir.com ( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 8 copyir.com 1)
  2. Disconnecttheearthterminal[A]andtransfercurrentterminal[B](x2) copyir.com

Whiledoingthis,holdthetransferbeltunit[C]byitsknobs[D] copyir.com

  1. Raise and stand the belt perpendicular to the unit and remove it copyir.com

NOTE:To avoid scratching the belt on the guide, never rotate the belt unit farther than 90 degrees copyir.com

  1. Release the drive roller [E] ( x2) copyir.com
  1. Press in on the drive roller to collapse the unit intoa “U shape [F] copyir.com
  1. Remove the belt and replace it copyir.com

 

TRANSFERBELT UNIT                                                                                    30June2006

[A]

B246R980 copyir.com WMF

Check the following points:

  • Before re-assembling the transfer belt unit, usea clean cloth and alcohol to clean the contact points of the drive roller, idle roller, and transfer roller copyir.com Make sure these areas are clean and free from toner, paper dust, etc copyir.com
  • Never touch the surface of the belt with bare hands and never apply alcohol tothe surface of the belt copyir.com Clean it witha blower brush copyir.com Check the underside of the

transfer belt and clean with the blower brush copyir.com

  • Whenre-assembling the transferbelt unit, makesure that thetransfer belt is centered between the triangular marks [A] on either side of the unit copyir.com
  • Afterre-assembly, makesurethat the transferbelt isinside thetransfer current terminal copyir.com The belt couldbe cut ifit is not positionedcorrectly copyir.com
  • Confirm that both theground and transfer current terminal are connected and that the harnesses are not touching the release lever copyir.com
  • After re-installing the transfer belt unit, turn the belt and confirm that the toner collectioncoilturns copyir.com
  • The transfer belt and transfer roller cleaning blade must always be replaced together( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 8 copyir.com 2) copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                                                                     TRANSFERBELTUNIT

3.8.3      TRANSFERROLLERCLEANINGBLADE

[B]

[D]

[A]

[C]

B246R981 copyir.com WMF

Transferbeltunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 8 copyir.com 1)

Disassemblethetransferbeltunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 8 copyir.com 1)

[A]:Transferrollercleaningblade( x2,x2)

NOTE:1)Never remove the inner lock screws [B] of the transfer roller cleaning blade copyir.com Whenre-assembling,makesurethattheclamps[C]and[D]are arranged as shown above to avoid contact with the release lever copyir.com

  1. The transfer roller cleaning blade should always be replaced when the transferbelt is replaced copyir.com
  2. Never touch the edge of a new transfer roller cleaning blade copyir.com The edge of the blade is dusted with setting powder copyir.com If the setting powder is removed accidentally, dust the edge of the blade with toner copyir.com This is especially importantwhen only the transfer roller cleaning blade must bereplaced without replacing the transfer roller copyir.com
  3. Work carefully around the transfer power pack located inside the transfer belt unit, especially when cleaning with an vacuum cleaner, toavoid damaging the power pack with static electricity copyir.com

 

TRANSFERBELT UNIT                                                                                    30June2006

3.8.4      DISCHARGEPLATE

 

[C]

 

[B]

 

[D]

[A]

[E]

 

  1. Removethetransferbeltunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 8 copyir.com 1)
  1. Remove the shoulder screw and spring [A] copyir.com

 

B246R982 copyir.com WMF

 

  1. Rotatethe discharge unitup, then liftit straightupto remove it copyir.com
  1. Disconnectthethreelarge tabs[B] copyir.com
  1. Removethebracket [C] ( x 1) copyir.com
  1. Disconnect the6 small seal case tabs [D] copyir.com
  1. Remove the discharge plate [E] copyir.com

NOTE:When you re-assemble the discharge unit, set the discharge plate and make sure that it is perfectly flatbefore re-connecting the tabs copyir.com Before re-attaching the bracket [C], make sure that all the tabs are connected copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                                                                     TRANSFERBELTUNIT

3.8.5      TRANSFERPOWERPACK

 

[F]

 

[E]

 

[A]

[B]

 

[C]                        [D]

 

B246R983 copyir.com WMF

 

Transferbeltunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 8 copyir.com 1)

[A]: Wire ( x 1) (all wire guides)

[B]: Ground terminal wire (wire guidex 1)

  • This terminal wire does not disconnect from the power pack copyir.com
  • Loosen the two left screws of the transfer belt lift solenoid [C], and remove the top screw [D] to free the ground terminal wire copyir.com

[E]:Transfercurrentterminalwire(wireguidesx2)[F]: Transferpowerpack(x1)

  • Disconnect the two standoffs on the right edge of the power pack and remove copyir.com

Re-installation

  • Confirmthattheleftedgeofthepower packisbelowthetabsontheleft copyir.com
  • Confirm that the transfer current terminal wire is below the wire guides on the right copyir.com
  • Pass the ground terminal wire under the top connector of the solenoid bracketand tighten all the screws ofthe solenoid bracket copyir.com
  • Make sure the wire is below all the wire guides at the top copyir.com

 

FUSINGUNIT                                                                                                    30June2006

3.9      FUSING UNIT

LtCAUTION

Switchoffthemachine,removetheplugfromthepowersource,thenallow

sufficienttimeforthefusingunittocoolbefore youremoveitfromthe machine copyir.com

3 copyir.com 9 copyir.com 1FUSINGUNIT

NOTE:Before you begin, spreada mat or some clean paper on the floor where you intend to set the fusing unit copyir.com

[B]

 

B246R9984 copyir.com WMF

 

[A]

 

Openthefrontdoor copyir.com Pull out the transfer unit copyir.com [A]: Knob( x1)

  • Open D3 and D4 until you can see the hole in the shaft copyir.com
  • Insertthe tip ofa screwdriver into the hole of the shaft to holdit in position as the knob is turned to remove or install it copyir.com

[B]: Inner cover ( x3)

  • Pull the fusing unit release lever, then pull the unit out on the rail supports copyir.com
  • At reassembly, make sure that theharness of the web drive motor is not pinched by the inner cover copyir.com

 

 

[B]

 

B064 Series                                                         B140 Series

[C]

[B]

 

[C]

 

 

[A]

 

[A]

B246R985 copyir.com WMF                                                                                                         B246R9986 copyir.com WMF

 

[A]: Open the exit separation pawl assembly copyir.com [B]: Stopperbracket ( x1)

[C]:Fusingunit(B064Series:x2,B140/B246Series:x3)

Important:

  • Give support to the bottom of the fusing unit with your hand whenyou remove it copyir.com

 

3.9.2   FUSINGPRESSURERELEASEMOTOR(B140/B246SERIES)

[B]

[A]

 

Fusingunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 9 copyir.com 1)

[A]: Bracket ( x1)

[B]: Motor(   x2,x1,   x2)

 

B246R987 copyir.com WMF

 

30June 2006                                                                                                     FUSINGUNIT

3.9.3   FUSINGPRESSURERELEASEHPSENSOR(B140/B246SERIES)

[A]

[B]

 

Fusingunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 9 copyir.com 1)

[A]: Bracket ( x2)

[B]: HP sensor(pawlsx 4)

 

B246R988 copyir.com WMF

 

FUSINGUNIT                                                                                                    30June2006

3.9.4      FUSINGUNITTHERMISTORSANDTHERMOSTATS

[A]

[B]

 

Fusingunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 9 copyir.com 1) [A]: Uppercover ( x1)

 

B246R989 copyir.com WMF

 

[B]: Press in to release the pawls inside, then remove copyir.com

Important:Makesurethat thepawls[B] engagecorrectlywhen youinstall the unit again copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                                                                                     FUSINGUNIT

 

[A]

 

B064 Series

 

[D]

[B]

[C]

 

B064Series

[A]:Endthermistor( x1,x1)[B]:Bracket( x2)

[C]: Centerthermistor ( x 1) [D]: Twothermostats ( x 3)

 

B246R990 copyir.com WMF

 

 

B140Series

 

@

B140 Series

CD

 

®

 

CD:Rearendcover(   x2)

 

B246R991 copyir.com WMF

 

@Endthermistorbracketandthermistor(   x1,x1,metalclamps)

:   Centerthermistorbracketandthermistor( x1,x1,metalclamps)

®:   Threethermostats( x 5)

B246Series

The thermistor-thermostats are replaced as one unit copyir.com This disassembly procedure is not required copyir.com

 

FUSINGUNIT                                                                                                    30June2006

Reinstallation

  • Topreventdamagetoathermostat,nevertouchitsdetectionsurface copyir.com
  • Place the end of the thermostat harness that has the round lead [A] of the screw between the two bracket ribs 1 and 2 copyir.com
  • Turn the screw as tightly \as possible without damaging the screw or screw hole copyir.com

Important

  • If the harness is not positioned between the between the bracket ribs (as shown under “Incorrectbelow), this could cause a errors (SC542 or SC545) copyir.com

 

[A]

0

@

 

Correct

 

Incorrect

 

Thermo2

THERMO2 copyir.com WMF

 

30June 2006                                                                                                     FUSINGUNIT

3.9.5      WEBCLEANINGROLLER

WebUnitDisassembly

 

[A]

 

[B]

 

 

B246R993 copyir.com WMF

 

B246R992 copyir.com WMF

 

[D]

 

[F]

 

[E]

 

[C]

 

B246R994 copyir.com WMF

Open the front door and pull out the fusing unit on its support rails copyir.com [A]: Webunit(   x2,x2)

  • The web unit can be removed without removing the fusing unit from the

machine copyir.com

[B]: Uppercover ( x1)

  • Rotatethe cover downslightly to remove copyir.com [C]: Webshafts ( x2)

[D]: Remove the web cleaning rollers from the shaft driver pins copyir.com

[E]: Web bushing (springx 1) [F]: Cleaning roller

NOTE:1)After replacing theweb witha new one,you must execute SP1902001 (Fusing Web Used Area Display/Setting)to reset the web consumption countto zero copyir.com This SP code must beexecuted to release SC550 copyir.com

2)Be sure to print an SMC report before executing Memory All Clear (SP5801) copyir.com After executing SP5801, be sure to re-enter the value recorded for SP1902-001 in the SMC report copyir.com

 

FUSINGUNIT                                                                                                    30June2006

WebUnitAssembly

[B]

[C]

 

[A]

 

[D]

 

B246R995 copyir.com WMF

[E]

[F]

[G]

 

  1. Attachthecleaningroller[A]
  • InserttheendofthewebintotheslotCD copyir.com
  1. Insertthedrivepins[B]intothewebshaft(@) copyir.com

 

B246R996 copyir.com WMF

 

  1. Afterinstallingbushing1[C], rotatetheshaftright tolockit,thenattach thelock screw( ) copyir.com
  2. Settheweb[D]underthefeeler[E]ofthe webendsensor(®) copyir.com
  3. Attachbushing2[F](®) copyir.com
  4. Attachthenewwebroll[G]and windittightsonoslackremains(®) copyir.com

NOTE:Before reassembling the machine, confirm that 1) there is no slack in

the web roll, 2) the web is below the feeler of the web end sensor copyir.com

  1. Attachtheuppercover copyir.com
  1. After installinga new web roll, reset SP1902-001 to zero copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                                                                                     FUSINGUNIT

3.9.6      WEBMOTORANDWEBENDSENSOR

[A]

[B]                                  [C]

B246R997 copyir.com WMF

[D]

[E]

 

Webunitandendcover( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 9 copyir.com 5) [A]: Bracket ( x1)

[B]: Web motor positioning bracket ( x1)

[C]: Web motor

[D]: Webmotor/sensor mount ( x 3)

[E]:Webendsensor(x1,harnessx1)

 

B246R999 copyir.com WMF

 

NOTE:Atreassembly, make sure that the harness of the web driver motoris not pinched by the fusing inner cover

 

FUSINGUNIT                                                                                                    30June2006

3.9.7      PRESSUREROLLERCLEANINGUNIT

 

B064Series

 

[A]

 

[D]

[B]

[E]

[C]

 

Fusingunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 9 copyir.com 1) [A]: Lowercover ( x1)

[B]: Cleaning roller bracket ( x2)

[C]: Cleaning roller ( x 1)

 

B246R1000 copyir.com WMF

 

NOTE:1)When attaching the lower cover of the pressure roller cleaning roller, makesure that the tab [D] engages with the groove [E] copyir.com

2)If the bushings are noisy after replacement, lubricate them on both ends and the holes where the bushings are attached with Barietta Grease L553R copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                                                                                     FUSINGUNIT

B140/B246Series

[B]

[A]

B246R1001 copyir.com WMF

Fusingunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 9 copyir.com 1)

[A]: Cover ( x1)

[B]: Pressurecleaning roller ( x2)

 

FUSINGUNIT                                                                                                    30June2006

3.9.8      FUSINGLAMPS,HOTROLLER,ANDPRESSUREROLLER

If you wish to remove the pressure roller only, without removing the hot roller and fusing lamps, please do not use this procedure copyir.com Use the procedure in the next section copyir.com

 

B064Series:FusingLamps

 

Rear

 

 

[B]

 

[D]

 

 

[C]

 

Front

 

 

[A]

 

[E]

 

B246R1003 copyir.com WMF

 

Fusingunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 9 copyir.com 1)

[A]:Rearterminalbrackets( x3)[B]:Upperconnectors(x2)[C]:Lowerconnector(x1)

[D]:Rearfusinglampholder( x1)[E]:Fusinglampconnectors(x2)[F]:Frontfusinglampholder( x3)[G]:Fusinglamps

 

[F]                                           [G]

 

B246R1004 copyir.com WMF

 

NOTE:Handle thefusing lamps carefullyto prevent breakingthem; avoid touching them with bare hands copyir.com

 

B140/B246Series:FusingLamps

B140/B246Series Rear

 

[B]

 

@         [F]

 

[G]

 

[A]

 

CD

®         [D]

 

[C]

 

[F]

 

[E]

B246R1005 copyir.com WMF

 

Fusingunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 9 copyir.com 1)

[A]: Rearbracket(   x2atCD,   x1at@) [B]: Whiteconnector(x1)

[C]: Lockbracket ( x 1)

[D]: Rearterminalconnectorbracket( x1 at   under metal clamp,   x1 at®)

[E]: Connector( x1,x1)

[F]: Blue,greenconnectors

[G]:Rearfusing lampholder ( x 1)

 

 

[A]

 

B140/B246SeriesFront

 

[E]

 

[B]

[D]

 

[A]: Plate( x1)

[B]: Whiteconnector(x1)[C]:Redconnectors(x2)

 

[C]

 

B246R1006 copyir.com WMF

 

[D]: Frontfusinglampholder( x1) [E]: Fusinglamps (x3)

NOTE:Be careful when you move the fusing lamps copyir.com Do not break them copyir.com Do not touch them with bare hands copyir.com

 

Reinstallation:B140/B246SeriesFusingLamps

 

Front

 

Rear

W

 

 

[B]

R

 

BG

W

[A]

[C]

R

 

B246R1007 copyir.com WMF

  1. Attachtherearfusingholderfirst copyir.com
  1. Putinthelampsfromthefront copyir.com
  1. Use the color coding of the connectors to set the lamps in the correct openingin the rear fusing lamp holder copyir.com

NOTE:Theopeningsintherear holderhavemarksW(White),B(Blue),andG(Green) copyir.com Thesecolorsmustagreewiththelettersontheholder:W,B,G copyir.com

  1. Atthe front, see the colorsof the connectors attherear, and set the ends of the lamps:

White

[A]

Blue

[B]

Green

[C]

 

[A]

 

B246R1008 copyir.com WMF

 

[F]

 

[C]

 

 

[D]

[B]

 

[E]

 

B246R1009 copyir.com WMF

Webunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 9 copyir.com 5) [A]: Pressurearm

  • Insert the tips of two screwdrivers and press down to release copyir.com

[B]: C-clamps(bothends)

[C]: Drive gear

[D]: Bushings (both ends) [E]: Bearings

[F]: Hotroller

 

[B]

 

[A]

 

[C]

 

B246R1010 copyir.com WMF

B246R1011 copyir.com WMF

[A]: Entrance guide plate ( x2) [B]: Pressure roller (   x 2)

NOTE:The pressure roller and pressure roller bearing should always be

replaced together copyir.com

[C]: Lubricate the inner and outer surfaces of the bushings with Barrierta S552R grease copyir.com

NOTE:If the bushings are warm, allow them to cool before applying the Barrierta grease copyir.com Applying the grease while the bushings are hot could generate gas copyir.com

 

ImportantNotesaboutFusingUnitAssembly(B064Series)

[A]

[C]                         [D]

[B]

B246R1013 copyir.com WMF

 

Follow these important guidelineswhen re-assembling the fusing unit:

 

B246R1012 copyir.com WMF

 

  • Use the external holesto fasten the screws when you fasten the lower guide plate copyir.com The inner screws are adjusted to correct wrinkling copyir.com
  • Handle the fusing lamps carefully to prevent breaking them; avoid touching them with bare hands copyir.com
  • Match colors of the bayonet connectors with the colors of the terminals when reconnectingthem to the bracketat [A] and [B] copyir.com If either connectionis incorrect, the machine cannot control the temperature of the hot roller and an SC is logged as soon as the machine is powered on copyir.com
  • The discharge brush [C] on the fusing terminal bracket should contact the inner surface of the hot roller copyir.com
  • Check that there is some play [D] (in the direction indicated bythe arrows) in the positioning of the fusing lamps copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                                                                                     FUSINGUNIT

3.9.9      PRESSUREROLLER

Use this procedure when you wish to remove only the pressure roller copyir.com

 

[A]

 

[E]

 

[D]

[D]

[C]

 

[F]

 

[B]

 

B246R1014 copyir.com WMF

Fusingunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 9 copyir.com 1)

Turn the fusing unit upside down copyir.com [A]: Lowercover ( x1)

[B]: Pressure roller cleaning unit( x2)

[C]: Release the pressurearms

  • Use screw driver to lower the pressure arms on both ends of the pressure roller( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 9 copyir.com 8)andremovethesprings[D](x2)onbothsides copyir.com

[E]: Pressure roller

NOTE:1)The fusing lampsare fragile copyir.com Work carefullyto avoid breaking them copyir.com

  1. During assembly, handle the roller carefully to avoid scratching it on the bracket copyir.com
  2. Make sure the tabs and grooves of the lower cover are engaged correctly before tightening the screw copyir.com

SpringAdjustment

Two holes [F] are provided on each pressure arm for the springs copyir.com

Normally the springs should be attached to the lower holes copyir.com Attaching the springs totheupperholesexerts lesspressureonthe hotroller copyir.com Attachthe springstothe upper holes only for especially thin paper copyir.com

 

FUSINGUNIT                                                                                                    30June2006

3.9.10       STRIPPERPAWLS

B064Series

[A]

[B]

[C]

B246R1016 copyir.com WMF

[D]

 

Removethefusingunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 9 copyir.com 1) [A]: Top cover ( x1)

[B]: Bracket ( x 1, springx 1)

[C]: Inner cover ( x 2)

[D]: Stripper pawl (   x 1, springx 3)

 

B246R1015 copyir.com WMF

 

30June 2006                                                                                                     FUSINGUNIT

 

B140/B246Series

 

[B]

 

[A]

 

B246R1017 copyir.com WMF

 

[D]

 

[C]

 

Removethefusingunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 9 copyir.com 1) [A]: Top cover ( x1)

[B]: Bracket ( x 1, springx 1)

[C]: Inner cover

 

B246R1019 copyir.com WMF

 

[D]: Stripper pawl (spring x 1) copyir.com Open the arms to release the stripper pawl, and removeit copyir.com

 

FUSINGUNIT                                                                                                    30June2006

3.9.11       NIPBANDWIDTHADJUSTMENT

[A]

[B]

B246R1030 copyir.com WMF

  1. Afterthe machine is poweredon with the main switch,make an A4/LT LEFcopy, then stop the machine while the paper is still in the fusing unit by switchingitoff copyir.com

NOTE:This is easier with an OHP sheet copyir.com Use an OHP sheet if you haveone available copyir.com

  1. Openthefront door,then turnthefusingknob tofeed outthe copy copyir.com
  1. Measure the width of the band on the part of the image whereit is particularly black copyir.com Theband,calledthenipband[A],shouldbe9 copyir.com 0±0 copyir.com 7mmatthecenter copyir.com

NOTE:When the fusing is incorrect(wrinkles, offset, curl), measurethe nip

band width copyir.com The nip band width can be adjusted by changing the position of the springs [B] on either end of the pressure roller copyir.com The fusing temperature can also be adjusted with SP1105 (Fusing TemperatureAdjustment) for Normal, OHP,and Thick Paper copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                                                                                     FUSINGUNIT

3.9.12       FUSINGUNITEXITSENSOR

[B]

[A]

 

[E]

 

[C]

 

 

[D]

 

B246R1031 copyir.com WMF

 

Fusingunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 9 copyir.com 1)

[A]: Openthe hotroller stripperpawl unit [B]: Exit guide plate ( x2)

[C]: Fusingexit sensor holder( x 2) [D]: Plate spring

[E]:Fusingexitsensor(x1)

 

FUSINGUNIT                                                                                                    30June2006

3.9.13       FUSING/EXITMOTOR

[A]

 

B246R1032 copyir.com WMF

 

[C]

 

[B]

 

Rearuppercover( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5) Open the I/O board ( x 2)

[A]:CNBbracket( x4,xall)

[B]: Timing belt

[C]: Fusing/exit motorbracket ( x1)

Fusing/exitmotor ( x 2)

  • The fusing/exit motor (not shown) is inside the bracket copyir.com

 

B246R1034 copyir.com WMF

 

30June 2006                                                                                                     FUSINGUNIT

3.9.14       FUSINGEXITANDEXITUNITENTRANCESENSORS

 

[A]      [B]

 

[C]

 

[D]

 

B246R1035 copyir.com WMF

Openthefront doorand pullout theexit/inverter unit copyir.com [A]: Fusingexit sensor bracket( x2)

[B]:Fusingexitsensor(x1)

[C]:Exitunitentrancesensorbracket( x2)[D]:Exitunitentrancesensor(x1)

 

DUPLEXUNIT                                                                                                    30June2006

3.10  DUPLEX UNIT

3.10.1       DUPLEXUNITREMOVAL

[B]

[A]

[C]

B246R1036 copyir.com WMF

  1. Open the front door and pull out the duplex unit copyir.com
  1. Remove the slide rail roller on the left [A] and on the right [B] (   x1) copyir.com
  1. Liftouttheduplexunit[C] copyir.com

NOTE:To re-install the duplex unit, insert the duplex unit partially, only until it enters the black guide rail, then re-attach each slide rail roller copyir.com After that,push the duplex unit into the machine completely copyir.com This method prevents interference from the guide plate during installation copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                                                                                    DUPLEXUNIT

3.10.2       DUPLEXUNITSIDE-TOSIDEADJUSTMENT

 

[C]

 

[B]

 

[A]

B246R1037 copyir.com WMF

  1. Removethe inner cover[A] ( x 3)
  1. Move the handle lock screw [B] from the right to the center copyir.com
  1. Loosen the left lock screw [C], then adjust the position of the duplex unit copyir.com

3.10.3       JOGGERFENCEADJUSTMENT

SP1008

Duplex Fence Adjustment

Execute this SP to adjust the distance between thejogger fences,if required copyir.com Asmaller value shortens thedistance copyir.com Ifthe fences are too far apart, skewing may occur in the duplex tray copyir.com If the fences are too close, the paper may be creased in the duplex unit copyir.com For details, see “5 copyir.com Service Tables” copyir.com

 

DUPLEXUNIT                                                                                                    30June2006

3.10.4       DUPLEXMOTORS

DuplexInverterMotor

[A]

B246R1038 copyir.com WMF

[C]

 

[B]

 

B246R1039 copyir.com WMF

 

[A]: Remove the cover ( x3) [B]: Invertermotorbracket( x3)

[C]: Invertermotor(harnessx1,x1,   x2,timingbeltx1)

 

30June 2006                                                                                                    DUPLEXUNIT

DuplexJoggerandTransportMotors

[A]

B246R1040 copyir.com WMF

 

[B]

 

[C]

 

B246R1041 copyir.com WMF

[A]:Joggermotor(x1, x2)

[B]: Transportmotorbracket(harnessx1,x1,   x3,timingbeltx1)

[C]: Transportmotor ( x 2)

 

DUPLEXUNIT                                                                                                    30June2006

3.10.5       DUPLEXTRANSPORTCLUTCH/JOGGERHPSENSOR

[D]

[B]

[C]

 

[A]

 

[A]

 

B246R1042 copyir.com WMF

[A]: Duplex unit release lever( x2)

[B]: Jogger motor bracket (harnesses x 4,   x3) [C]: Transportclutch(harnessx1,x1)

  • To release the clutch, push in the catch pawl on the side of the shaft copyir.com [D]: JoggerHPsensor(springx1,   x2,x1)

 

30June 2006                                                                                                    DUPLEXUNIT

3.10.6       DUPLEXENTRANCESENSOR

[B]

[A]

B246R1043 copyir.com WMF

[A]: Bracket ( x2)

[B]:Duplexentrancesensor(x1)

 

DUPLEXUNIT                                                                                                    30June2006

3.10.7       DUPLEXTRANSPORTSENSOR3

 

[B]

 

[A]

 

[C]

B246R1045 copyir.com WMF

[A]:Righthalfoftable( x2,x1)

  • The front screw isa shoulder screw copyir.com Insert the screws in the correct holes when re-attaching copyir.com

[B]: Remove the screw in the center ofthe table to release the sensor bracket

below copyir.com

[C]:Transportsensor3(x1)

 

30June 2006                                                                                                    DUPLEXUNIT

3.10.8       INVERTEREXITSENSOR,TRANSPORTSENSORS1&2

 

[B]

 

[A]

 

[C]

 

B246R1046 copyir.com WMF

 

[D]

 

[E]

 

[A]: Cross-stay( x4)

[B]: Reversetriggerrollershaft[C]: Joggerfences ( x1 each) [D]: Lefthalfoftable ( x2)

 

[F]               [G]

B246R1047 copyir.com WMF

 

  • The front screw isa shoulder screw copyir.com Insert the screws in the correct holes when re-attaching copyir.com
  • To avoid breaking the tabs under the left edge of the table, pull the table tothe right to disengage the tabs and then remove copyir.com

[E]:Inverterexitsensor( x1,harnessx1,x1)[F]:Transportsensor1(harnessx1,x1)

[G]:Transportsensor2(harnessx1,x1)

 

DUPLEXUNIT                                                                                                    30June2006

3.10.9       DUPLEXJOGGERBELTADJUSTMENT

 

[A]

 

[B]

 

B246R1049 copyir.com WMF

  1. Crossstay( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 10 copyir.com 8)
  2. Reversetriggerrollershaft( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 10 copyir.com 8)
  3. Lefthalfofthetable( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 10 copyir.com 8)
  4. Joggermotorbracket( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 10 copyir.com 5)
  • Slip the one end of the belt around the gear below the jogger motor copyir.com
  • Slip the other end of the belt around thegear at the other side of the duplex unit copyir.com
  1. If you are replacingthe belt, set both jogger fence brackets at the center of thebelt and tighten the screw [A] copyir.com

If you are adjusting the belt, loosen the screw and slide the plastic piece [B] on thebelttotheleftorrightto adjustthepositionofthefrontfence,then tighten the screw copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                                                                                     PAPERFEED

3.11  PAPERFEED

3.11.1        PAPERTRAYREMOVAL

[C]

 

[B]

 

[A]

 

B246R1050 copyir.com WMF

[D]

 

  1. Openthefrontdoor copyir.com

 

B246R1051 copyir.com WMF

 

  1. Pulloutthetandemtraydrawer[A]completelytoseparatetheleft[B]andright[C] sidesofthetandemtray copyir.com
  1. Removethelefttandemtray[D]( x5) copyir.com

 

PAPERFEED                                                                                                     30June2006

[A]

[B]

[D]

B246R1052 copyir.com WMF

 

[E]

 

[C]

B246R1053 copyir.com WMF

 

[A]: Righttandemtray( x2) copyir.com

NOTE:1)Whenre-installingtherighttandemtray,makesurethatthewheels[B]ride on the slide rail [C] copyir.com

2)When re-installing the right tandem tray, make sure that the tandem traystopper[D]is setbehind thestopper[E] onthe frame copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                                                                                     PAPERFEED

3.11.2       REARFENCERETURNSENSORREPLACEMENT

[A]

[B]

B246R1054 copyir.com WMF

Turnoffthe mainswitch copyir.com

Pulloutthetandemfeedtray copyir.com [A]: Rearbottom plate ( x1)

[B]:Returnsensor(x1) copyir.com

 

PAPERFEED                                                                                                     30June2006

3.11.3       REARFENCEHPSENSORREPLACEMENT

[A]

[D]

[C]

[B]

B246R1055 copyir.com WMF

Turnoffthe mainswitch copyir.com

Pulloutthetandemfeedtray copyir.com [A]: Rearbottom plate( x1) copyir.com

[B]: Back fence transport gear ( x1)

[C]:Movethebackfencetotheright copyir.com [D]:RearHPsensor(x1)

 

30June 2006                                                                                                     PAPERFEED

3.11.4       TANDEMRIGHTTRAYPAPERSENSORREPLACEMENT

[B]

[A]

[C]

B246R1056 copyir.com WMF

[D]

[E]

 

Turnoffthe mainswitch copyir.com

Removetherighttandemtray( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 11 copyir.com 1) [A]: Inner cover ( x2)

[B]: Side fences ( x 1 each)

[C]:Bottomplate( x4)[D]:Connector(x1)[E]:Sensor( x1)

 

B246R1057 copyir.com WMF

 

PAPERFEED                                                                                                     30June2006

3.11.5       BOTTOMPLATELIFTWIREREPLACEMENT

NOTE:Before replacing the rear bottom plate lift wire, remove the front bottom plate lift wire copyir.com It is necessary to remove the shaft for replacing the rear bottom plate lift wire copyir.com

[A]

[D]

 

B246R1058 copyir.com WMF

 

[G]

 

[F]

[E]

 

 

[B]

 

[C]

 

B246R1059 copyir.com WMF

 

Removetherighttandem tray copyir.com (RefertoPaper TrayRemoval copyir.com ) [A]: Remove the inner cover( x2)

[B]: Removetheleftstay copyir.com

[C]: Wirestoppers

  • Slightly lift the front bottom plate and unhook copyir.com [D]: Wirecovers (   x 1 each)

[E]: Bracket ( x1,   x 1, bushing x 1) [F]: Gear

[G]:Bottomplateliftwire

 

30June 2006                                                                                                     PAPERFEED

[E]

[D]

[B]

 

[A]

 

[C]

 

B246R1060 copyir.com WMF

NOTE:When re-installing the bottom plate lift wire:

  1. Setthe positioning pin [A] inthehole [B], and set theprojection [C]in thehole[D] copyir.com
    1. Position the wire as shown [E] copyir.com
    2. Do not cross the wires copyir.com

 

PAPERFEED                                                                                                     30June2006

3.11.1       TANDEMTRAYPAPERSIZECHANGE

NOTE:Atthefactory,thistrayissetupforA4orLTLEF copyir.com OnlyA4orLTLEFpaper can be used for tandem feed copyir.com

[B]

[D]

 

B246R1062 copyir.com WMF

 

[A]

 

[C]

 

  1. Openthefront cover copyir.com

 

B246R1061 copyir.com WMF

 

  1. Completely pull out the tandem feed tray [A]to separate the right tandem tray[B] fromthelefttandemtray copyir.com
  1. Removethe right tandeminner cover [C]( x2) copyir.com
  1. Re-position the side fences [D] ( x 1 each) copyir.com

A4:Outerslotposition LT:Innerslotposition

  1. Re-installthe right tandem inner cover copyir.com

 

[B]

[A]

[C]

[D]

B246R1063 copyir.com WMF

[C]

[E]

B246R1065 copyir.com WMF

B246R1064 copyir.com WMF

  1. Remove the tray cover [A] ( x2) copyir.com
  1. Remove the DC motor cover [B] ( x4) copyir.com
  1. Remove the rear side fence [C]( x 4) and re-position the rear cover [D] ( x2) copyir.com
  1. Re-positiontheside fences[C][E] ( x4) copyir.com

A4:Outerslotposition LT:Innerslotposition

  1. Re-installthe DC motor cover and the tray cover copyir.com

 

[A]

[B]

B246R1066 copyir.com WMF

  1. Removethe rear bottomplate [A] ( x1) copyir.com
  1. Re-positionthe return positionsensor bracket [B] ( x1) copyir.com

TousethepapertrayforA4size,setthescrewintheleftholeasshown copyir.com (For LT size, the screw should be placed on the right copyir.com )

  1. Reinstall the rear bottom plate copyir.com
  1. Input the new paper size into SP5959-001 (Paper Size – Tray 1) copyir.com For details, see SP5959 in section “4 copyir.com Service Tables” copyir.com
  2. Dothescannerandprinteradjustments copyir.com ( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 14)

 

30June 2006                                                                                                     PAPERFEED

3.11.2       PICKUP,FEED,SEPARATIONROLLERREPLACEMENT

[A]

 

[C]

 

[B]

 

 

[A]: Removethetray copyir.com [B]: Feed roller (   x 1)

[C]: Pick-uproller (   x1) [D]: Separation roller (   x1)

 

[D]

 

B246R1067 copyir.com WMF

 

NOTE:1)Theoperation ofthe FRR mechanismsfor thetandem tray (Tray1),universaltrays (Tray 2,Tray 3), by-passtray, and ADFare similar copyir.com However, the only rollers that are interchangeable are the tandem and universaltrayrollers(Trays1,2,3) copyir.com

2)Do not touch the surface of new rollers during replacement copyir.com

 

PAPERFEED                                                                                                     30June2006

3.11.3       FEEDUNIT

[B]

[A]

[D]

 

B246R1069 copyir.com WMF

 

[C]

 

[E]

 

Frontdoor( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 2)

LCTentranceguidecoverandrightlowercover( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 3)

 

B246R1068 copyir.com WMF

 

  • If the LCT is connected, disconnect it and pull it away from the machine copyir.com Pull out all three trays (do not remove) copyir.com

[A]: Nylon peg

[B]: Toner collection bottle [C]: Vertical transport guide [D]: Inner cover ( x 2)

NOTE:When re-installing the vertical transport guide, remove the lower right cover theninsertfrom[E] copyir.com ( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 3)

 

30June 2006                                                                                                     PAPERFEED

 

[A]

 

[B]

 

B246R1070 copyir.com WMF

 

[A]: Guideplate ( x1)

  • 1stfeedunitonly copyir.com

[B]: Feedunit( x1,x3)

  • Insert your hand from the right and pull the feed unit forward copyir.com

 

B246R1078 copyir.com WMF

 

NOTE:To avoid hitting the unit on the sides of the machine, remove it

carefully and slowly copyir.com

 

PAPERFEED                                                                                                     30June2006

3.11.4       SEPARATIONROLLERPRESSUREADJUSTMENT

The position of the drive gear for the separation roller can be changed in order tochange the amount of pressure exerted by the separation roller copyir.com This adjustment can be done:

  • When feeding special paper, especially thick paper
  • When the customer is experiencing feed problems

[A]

[B]

B246R1079 copyir.com WMF

  1. Removethefeedunit ( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 11 copyir.com 8)
  1. Loosenthehexscrew[A] copyir.com

NOTE:The separationroller gear [B] is positioned atthe groove before shipping copyir.com

  1. Toadjustforthickpaper,movetheseparationrollergear[B]tothelefttodecrease the pressure copyir.com

–or-

To correct misfeeds, move the separation roller gear to the right to increase the pressure copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                                                                                     PAPERFEED

3.11.5           RELAYSENSOR

[A]                                               [B]

[C]

B246R1080 copyir.com WMF

[A]: Remove the LCT entrance guide cover copyir.com [B]: Relaysensor bracket ( x1)

[C]:Relaysensor(x1)

 

PAPERFEED                                                                                                     30June2006

3.11.6           BY-PASSPAPERSIZEDETECTIONBOARD

 

[B]

 

[A]

 

 

[C]

 

[E]

 

B246R1091 copyir.com WMF

[D]

 

Registration inner cover ( x 2)

  • Notshown copyir.com Thiscoverisdirectlybelowtheby-passtray copyir.com [A]: Connector (x1)

[B]: Ground wire ( x1) [C]:By-passtray

  • Disconnect the by-pass tray from the pins on both sides copyir.com [D]: By-pass table ( x 2)

[E]: By-pass paper size detection board( x 2)

 

B246R1090 copyir.com WMF

 

After installation, execute SP1904 to calibrate the maximum and minimum paper sizes for the side fences:

  • SP1904-001 By-pass Tray Paper Size Detection – Minimum Size Move the side fences to the minimum size, then execute this SP copyir.com
  • SP1904-002 By-pass Tray Paper Size Detection – Maximum Size Move the side fences to the maximum size, then execute this SP copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                                                                                     PAPERFEED

3.11.7           BY-PASSTRAYROLLERS

[A]

 

Rightcovers( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 3)

By-passtray( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 11 copyir.com 11) [A]: By-pass cover ( x2) [B]: Feed roller (   x 1)

[C]: Pick-uproller (   x1)

 

[B]

 

[C]

 

B246R1092 copyir.com WMF

 

[D]

 

[D]: Separation roller (   x1)

NOTE:1)Eventhough the FRRmechanisms for thetandem tray (Tray1),universal trays (Tray 2, Tray 3) by-pass tray and ADF are similar, the only rollers that are interchangeable are the tandem and universal trays(Trays1, 2,3) copyir.com

2)Do not touch the surface of new rollers during replacement copyir.com

 

PAPERFEED                                                                                                     30June2006

3.11.8           BY-PASSSEPARATIONROLLERPRESSUREADJUSTMENT

[A]

B246R1093 copyir.com WMF

  1. Loosen the separation roller gear [A] copyir.com

The position of the drive gear for the separation roller can be changed in order to change the amount of pressure exerted by the separation roller copyir.com This adjustment can be done:

  • When feeding special paper, especially thick paper
  • When the customer experiences feed problems

NOTE:The separation roller gear is positioned at the groove before shipping copyir.com

  1. Move the separation roller gear rightto increase the pressure to correct misfeeds copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                                                                                     PAPERFEED

3.11.9              REGISTRATIONSENSOR

 

[A]

 

[C]

 

[B]

B246R1094 copyir.com WMF

 

[A]: Inner cover ( x4) Developmentunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 1)

Chargecoronaunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 2)

OPCdrumunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 5)

[B]:Paperdustremovalunit( x1,x1)[C]:Registrationsensor

 

B246R1095 copyir.com WMF

 

PAPERFEED                                                                                                     30June2006

3.11.10      REGISTRATIONANDBYPASSUNITREMOVAL

[A]

[C]

[D]

 

[B]

 

[E]

 

[F]

B246R1096 copyir.com WMF

  1. Removethedevelopmentunit copyir.com ( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 6 copyir.com 1)
  1. Remove the inner cover copyir.com ( x 4)
  1. Disconnect the toner bottle holder connector [A] and counter connector [B] copyir.com
  1. Pulloutthe duplexunitabout10 cm copyir.com
  • Confirm that the registration roller is separated from the positioning pin copyir.com
  1. Removetherightuppercover copyir.com ( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 3)
  2. Rearuppercover( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5)
  1. Disconnect the following connectors:
  • Relayclutch connector [C]
  • Guide plate solenoidconnector [D]
  • Guide plate sensor connector [E]
  • By-passtrayunitconnectors[F]

 

30June 2006                                                                                                     PAPERFEED

[B]

[C]

[A]

B246R1097 copyir.com WMF

[D]

B246R1098 copyir.com WMF

  1. Removetheby-passfeedmotor[A]( x3,x1) copyir.com
  • At re-installation, if thetension of the belt [B] is slack, loosen the screw on the tension bracket [C], move the screwto put more tension on the belt, then

tighten the screw at the new position copyir.com

  1. Removetheby-pass unit[D] ( x4) copyir.com

When removing and installing the by-pass unit:

  • Make sure that the unit does not catch on any harnesses copyir.com
  • On re-installation, make sure thatno harnesses are pinched between the unit andthemachineframe copyir.com
  • You must re-install the by-pass unit with the duplex unit open copyir.com

 

PCBSANDHDD                                                                                                30June2006

3.12  PCBSAND HDD

3.12.1       BCUBOARD(BASEENGINECONTROLUNIT)

BCU:B064,B140Series

Rearuppercover( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5)

[A]: BCUboard bracket ( x4)

[A]

B246R1099 copyir.com WMF

 

[B]: BCUboard( x4,x17)

  1. Remove IC31 (EEPROM) from the old BCU board copyir.com
  1. AttachtheEEPROMtothenewboard copyir.com
  1. Makesure that the DIP switch settingson the new board and identical to the DIP switch settings of the old board copyir.com
  1. Afterreplacingthisboard,execute SP3001-002 (ID SensorInitialization)

 

[B]

 

B246R1023 copyir.com WMF

 

30June 2006                                                                                                 PCBSANDHDD

BCU,IOB:B246Series

®

[B]

CD

 

[A]

 

B246R109A copyir.com WMF

 

  • Disconnect ADF cable Remove:
    • Rearuppercover(   x2)( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5)
    • Rearlowercover(   x2)( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5)

[A] BCUscrews,connectors(   x1,x4,   x4) [B] IOBscrews,connectors(   x6,x16,   x8)

  • SeparatetheBCUCD,IOB®attheedgeconnector

 

PCBSANDHDD                                                                                                30June2006

3.12.2       CONTROLLERBOARD

B064Series:ControllerBoard

Rearuppercover( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5)

[A]: Swing-out the PCB unit ( x2)

[A]

B246R1022 copyir.com WMF

[B]: Controllercover ( x 9)

[C]:Controllerboard( x2,x2)

  • Pull the controller board out in the direction of the arrow copyir.com

 

Important:

Remove the NVRAM from the old controller board and install it on the new board copyir.com

 

[C]

 

[B]

B246R1021 copyir.com WMF

 

B140Series:ControllerBoard

 

[A]

 

[C]

 

[D]

B246R1020 copyir.com WMF

 

[B]

 

[E]

 

 

Rearcovers( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5) Controller box cover ( x 12)

[A]: Controller board plate ( x2)

[B]: Lowercovers

[C]: Controller board ( x 2)

 

B246R1024 copyir.com WMF

 

[D]: Remove the DIMM from the old controller board, and connect it to the new board copyir.com

[E]: Remove the NVRAM from the old controller board, and connect it to the new board copyir.com

 

 

B246Series:ControllerBoard

  • Disconnect ADF cable Remove:
    • Rearuppercover(   x2)( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5)
    • Rearlowercover(   x2)( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5)
    • Controller box cover ( x13)
    • All SD cards and SD card slot cover ( x1)

Remove:

[A]Network interface board and all other installed boards (Knob   x2 ea copyir.com )

[B]Controllerbox faceplate ( x5)

 

[A]

 

[B]

 

B246R103A copyir.com WMF

 

[C]MemoryDIMM [D]        NVRAM

[E]Controller board ( x4)

Reinstallation

  • Makesure the systemSD card is reinstalled in SD card slotC1 (top slot)
  • The machine will not operate if the systemSDcardismissingfromSDcard slot C1 copyir.com
  • Reinstall all the option boards in their proper slots if any were removed copyir.com

Important:

  • Remove the NVRAM from the old controller board and install it on the new board copyir.com

 

[E]

 

[D]

 

[C]

B246R104A copyir.com WMF

 

3.12.3       IPUBOARD

B064Series:IPUBoard

[B]

[A]

B246R1025 copyir.com WMF

Rearuppercover( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5)Swing-outthePCBunit( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 12 copyir.com 2)[A]:PCBunitcover( x7)

[B]: IPUboard( x3,x7)

 

B140Series:IPU,MotherBoard

 

[A]

 

B246R1026 copyir.com WMF

 

B246R1027 copyir.com WMF

 

[B]

 

 

Rearcovers( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5)

[A]: Controller box cover ( x 12) [B]: BCU cover plate ( x6)

[C]: Controllerbox door ( x 5)

 

[C]

 

B246R1028 copyir.com WMF

 

[B]

[D]

[A]

 

[C]

 

B246R1100 copyir.com WMF

 

[A]:Connectorcover (x2) [B]:Harness(x1,x1) [C]: IPU cover( x5)

[D]:IPUboard( x3,x8)

NOTE:Recordthepositions oftheIPU boardscrews copyir.com Attachthemat thesame

positions when you install the board again copyir.com

 

[B]

[C]

[A]

 

[E]

 

[D]

 

B246R1101 copyir.com WMF

 

[A]: A1, A2connectorslots assembly( x 1) [B]: Connectorcover ( x2)

[C]: Mother board support plate ( x 5) [D]: Motherboard ( x 1)

[E]: MotherboardDIMM

 

 

B246Series:IPU

  • Disconnect ADF cable Remove:
    • Rearuppercover(  x2)( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5)
    • Rearlowercover(   x2)( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5)

Remove:

[A]Screws and swing open the controller box ( x4) copyir.com

[B]Leftconnectorshield( x2) [C]Rightconnector shield ( x4)

 

[B]

 

[A]

[C]

 

B246R1102 copyir.com WMF

[D]IPUboardunit(x7, x2)

  • Slowly slide the IPU board and bracket out of the controller box copyir.com

[E]IPU( x8

 

[D]

 

[E]

 

B246R91103 copyir.com WMF

 

B246SeriesMotherboard

@                           CD

®

®                              ®                 @                    ®

®

B246R105A copyir.com WMF                                                                                                 B246R106A copyir.com WMF

  • Disconnect ADF cable
  1. Remove:
  • Rearuppercover(   x2)( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5)
  • Rearlowercover(   x2)( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5)
  • Controller box cover ( x13)
  • Controllerboard ( copyir.com copyir.com –Seepage3-120)
  1. RemovescrewsCDto®andswingopenthecontrollerbox(   x4) copyir.com
  2. RemovetheleftIPUconnectorshield@( x2) copyir.com
  3. Disconnectconnectors®anx2) copyir.com
  4. Removebrackets ,@,®(x2ea copyir.com ) copyir.com

 

[A]

[B]

[D]

B246R107A copyir.com WMF

[C]

B246R108A copyir.com WMF

  1. Removethecontrollerboardmountingbracket[A](x13, x6)
  1. Remove the controller board [B] from the side of the mounting bracket ( x9)
  1. RemoveDIMMs[C]and[D] copyir.com

 

3.12.4       DEVELOPMENTPOWERPACK

[C]

[D]

[A]

[B]

B246R861 copyir.com WMF

  • Removerearuppercover( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5) [A]: Flywheel ( x3)

[B]:Developmentpowerpack( x2,x3)

NOTE:Markthe bayonetconnectors [C],[D] witha feltpen toensure thatthey are not connected incorrectly when the power pack is re-connected copyir.com

 

30June 2006                                                                                                 PCBSANDHDD

3.12.5       PSU,PFCBOARDS

 

B064Series

Rearlowercover( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5) [A]: Harnessclamps ( x3)

[B]: PSU( x6,x13)

  • ThePSUconsistsoftwoPCB’s copyir.com [C]:PFC( x4,x14)

 

[A]

 

[B]

 

B140SeriesPSU

Rearcovers( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5) Controller box cover ( x 12)

[A]:PSU(x5, x7)

 

[C]

 

B246R862 copyir.com WMF

 

 

[A]

 

B246R703 copyir.com WMF

 

PCBSANDHDD                                                                                                30June2006

B246SeriesPSU

  • Rearuppercover(   x2)( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5)
  • Rearlowercover(   x2)( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5)
  • Controller box cover ( x13)

Remove:

[A]PSU(x4,   x7)

 

[A]

 

B246R101A copyir.com WMF

 

30June 2006                                                                                                 PCBSANDHDD

3.12.6       HDD

Replacing the NVRAM or the HDD erases documents stored in the document server copyir.com Before replacing either of these items, consult with the customer todetermine the best time to perform the replacement copyir.com

B064SeriesHDD

[A]

[B]

[C]

B246R863 copyir.com WMF

Rearuppercover( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5) [A]: Controllercover ( x 10)

[B]: HDDbracket( x8,x4)

[C]: HDD( x8)

  • FormattheHDD withSP5832001 copyir.com Formattingisnot necessarybut isstrongly recommended copyir.com
  • Downloadthe stamp data with SP5853 copyir.com

 

B140SeriesHDD

[A]

B140R701 copyir.com WMF

[B]

 

Rearcovers( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5) Controller box cover ( x 12)

[A]:HDDassembly( x3,x2)

[B]: HDD bracket ( x 4) [C]: HDD( x4)

 

[C]

 

B140R702 copyir.com WMF

 

  • FormattheHDD withSP5832001 copyir.com Formattingisnot necessarybut isstrongly recommended copyir.com
  • Down load the stamp data with SP5853 copyir.com

 

 

B246SeriesHDD

  • Disconnect ADF cable Remove:
    • Rearuppercover(   x2)( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5)
    • Rearlowercover(   x2)( copyir.com copyir.com –3 copyir.com 3 copyir.com 5)
    • Controller box cover ( x13)

[A]HDDunit( x2,x2)[B]HDD( x4)

  • FormattheHDD withSP5832 001 copyir.com

Formatting is not necessary but is

strongly recommended copyir.com

  • Downloadthe stamp data with SP5853 copyir.com

Switchoff/onafteruploadingstampdata copyir.com

  • The browser unit must be installed again after you installa new hard disk copyir.com

 

[B]

 

 

[A]

 

B246R102A copyir.com WMF

 

DisposalofHDDUnits

Neverremove an HDDunit from the worksite without theconsent of the client copyir.com

IfthecustomerhasanyconcernsaboutthesecurityofanyinformationontheHDD, the HDD must remain with the customer for disposal or safe keeping copyir.com

The HDD may contain proprietary or classified (Confidential, Secret) information copyir.com Specifically, the HDD contains document server documents and data stored in

temporary files created automatically during copy job sorting and jam recovery copyir.com

Such data is stored on the HDD ina special format so it cannot normally be read but can be recovered with illegal methods copyir.com

Reinstallation

Explain to the customer that the following information stored on the HDD is lostwhen the HDD is replaced:

  • Document server documents
  • Custom-made stamps
  • Document server address book

The address book and document server documents (if needed) must be input again copyir.com

IfthecustomerisusingtheDataOverwriteSecurityfeature,the DOSfunctionmustbe set up again copyir.com For more,