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Xi3648 (MCA) S/M

SERVICE
MANUAL
Published in Nov. 00
34070765
Revision 5
R
DIGITAL COPIER
Service
Manual
CAUTION
DANGER OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS INCORRECTLY RE-
PLACED. REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME OR EQUIVALENT
TYPE RECOMMENDED BY THE MANUFACTURER. DISPOSE
OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE MANUFAC-
TURERS INSTRUCTIONS.
ATTENTION
IL Y A DANGER DEXPLOSION SIL Y A REMPLACEMENT IN-
CORRECT DE LA BATTERIE. REMPLACER UNIQUEMENT
AVEC UNE BATTERIE DU MME TYPE OU DUN TYPE REC-
OMMAND PAR LE CONSTRUCTEUR. METTRE AU RBUT
LES BATTERIES USAGES CONFORMMENT AUX INSTRUC-
TIONS DU FABRICANT.
Safety precautions
This booklet provides safety warnings and precautions for our service
personnel to ensure the safety of their customers, their machines as well
as themselves during maintenance activities. Service personnel are
advised to read this booklet carefully to familiarize themselves with the
warnings and precautions described here before engaging in
maintenance activities.
Safety warnings and precautions
Various symbols are used to protect our service personnel and
customers from physical danger and to prevent damage to their
property. These symbols are described below:
DANGER: High risk of serious bodily injury or death may result from
insufficient attention to or incorrect compliance with warning
messages using this symbol.
WARNING: Serious bodily injury or death may result from insufficient
attention to or incorrect compliance with warning messages
using this symbol.
CAUTION: Bodily injury or damage to property may result from
insufficient attention to or incorrect compliance with warning
messages using this symbol.
Symbols
The triangle ( ) symbol indicates a warning including danger
and caution. The specific point of attention is shown inside
the symbol.
General warning.
Warning of risk of electric shock.
Warning of high temperature.
indicates a prohibited action. The specific prohibition is
shown inside the symbol.
General prohibited action.
Disassembly prohibited.
indicates that action is required. The specific action
required is shown inside the symbol.
General action required.
Remove the power plug from the wall outlet.
Always ground the copier.
1. Installation Precautions
WARNING
Do not use a power supply with a voltage other than that specified.
Avoid multiple connections to one outlet: they may cause fire or electric
shock. When using an extension cable, always check that it is
adequate for the rated current. ...............................................................
Connect the ground wire to a suitable grounding point. Not grounding
the copier may cause fire or electric shock. Connecting the earth wire
to an object not approved for the purpose may cause explosion or
electric shock. Never connect the ground cable to any of the following:
gas pipes, lightning rods, ground cables for telephone lines and water
pipes or faucets not approved by the proper authorities. ........................
CAUTION:
Do not place the copier on an infirm or angled surface: the copier may
tip over, causing injury. ...........................................................................
Do not install the copier in a humid or dusty place. This may cause fire
or electric shock. .....................................................................................
Do not install the copier near a radiator, heater, other heat source or
near flammable material. This may cause fire. .......................................
Allow sufficient space around the copier to allow the ventilation grills to
keep the machine as cool as possible. Insufficient ventilation may
cause heat buildup and poor copying performance. ...............................
Always handle the machine by the correct locations when moving it. ....
Always use anti-toppling and locking devices on copiers so equipped.
Failure to do this may cause the copier to move unexpectedly or
topple, leading to injury. ..........................................................................
Avoid inhaling toner or developer excessively. Protect the eyes. If toner
or developer is accidentally ingested, drink a lot of water to dilute it in
the stomach and obtain medical attention immediately. If it gets into the
eyes, rinse immediately with copious amounts of water and obtain
medical attention. ....................................................................................
Advice customers that they must always follow the safety warnings and
precautions in the copiers instruction handbook. ...................................
2. Precautions for Maintenance
WARNING
Always remove the power plug from the wall outlet before starting
machine disassembly. ............................................................................
Always follow the procedures for maintenance described in the service
manual and other related brochures. ......................................................
Under no circumstances attempt to bypass or disable safety features
including safety mechanisms and protective circuits. .............................
Always use parts having the correct specifications. ...............................
Always use the thermostat or thermal fuse specified in the service
manual or other related brochure when replacing them. Using a piece
of wire, for example, could lead to fire or other serious accident. ...........
When the service manual or other serious brochure specifies a
distance or gap for installation of a part, always use the correct scale
and measure carefully. ...........................................................................
Always check that the copier is correctly connected to an outlet with a
ground connection. .................................................................................
Check that the power cable covering is free of damage. Check that the
power plug is dust-free. If it is dirty, clean it to remove the risk of fire or
electric shock. .........................................................................................
Never attempt to disassemble the optical unit in machines using lasers.
Leaking laser light may damage eyesight. ..............................................
Handle the charger sections with care. They are charged to high
potentials and may cause electric shock if handled improperly. .............
CAUTION
Wear safe clothing. If wearing loose clothing or accessories such as
ties, make sure they are safely secured so they will not be caught in
rotating sections. .....................................................................................
Use utmost caution when working on a powered machine. Keep away
from chains and belts. .............................................................................
Handle the fixing section with care to avoid burns as it can be
extremely hot. .........................................................................................
Check that the fixing unit thermistor, heat and press rollers are clean.
Dirt on them can cause abnormally high temperatures. .........................
Do not remove the ozone filter, if any, from the copier except for
routine replacement. ...............................................................................
Do not pull on the AC power cord or connector wires on high-voltage
components when removing them; always hold the plug itself. ..............
Do not route the power cable where it may be stood on or trapped. If
necessary, protect it with a cable cover or other appropriate item. ........
Treat the ends of the wire carefully when installing a new charger wire
to avoid electric leaks. ............................................................................
Remove toner completely from electronic components. .........................
Run wire harnesses carefully so that wires will not be trapped or
damaged. ................................................................................................
After maintenance, always check that all the parts, screws, connectors
and wires that were removed, have been refitted correctly. Special
attention should be paid to any forgotten connector, trapped wire and
missing screws. ......................................................................................
Check that all the caution labels that should be present on the machine
according to the instruction handbook are clean and not peeling.
Replace with new ones if necessary. ......................................................
Handle greases and solvents with care by following the instructions
below: .....................................................................................................
Use only a small amount of solvent at a time, being careful not to
spill. Wipe spills off completely.
Ventilate the room well while using grease or solvents.
Allow applied solvents to evaporate completely before refitting the
covers or turning the main switch on.
Always wash hands afterwards.
Never dispose of toner or toner bottles in fire. Toner may cause
sparks when exposed directly to fire in a furnace, etc. .........................
Should smoke be seen coming from the copier, remove the power
plug from the wall outlet immediately. ..................................................
3. Miscellaneous
WARNING
Never attempt to heat the drum or expose it to any organic solvents
such as alcohol, other than the specified refiner; it may generate toxic
gas. .........................................................................................................
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CONTENTS
I THEORY AND CONSTRUCTION SECTION
1-1 Specifications
1-1-1 Specifications ................................................................................ 1-1-1
1-2 Handling Precautions
1-2-1 Handling and storage of the drum................................................. 1-2-1
1-2-2 Storage of developer and toner ..................................................... 1-2-1
1-2-3 Handling of the heaters ................................................................. 1-2-1
1-2-4 Storage of paper ........................................................................... 1-2-1
1-3 Mechanical Construction
1-3-1 Part names and functions ............................................................. 1-3-1
1-3-2 Copy process ................................................................................ 1-3-3
1-3-3 Machine cross sectional view........................................................ 1-3-3
1-3-4 Machine drive system ................................................................... 1-3-4
1-3-5 Mechanical construction of each section ...................................... 1-3-8
II ELECTRICAL SECTION
2-1 Electrical Parts Layout
2-1-1 Electrical parts layout .................................................................... 2-1-1
2-2 Detection of Paper Misfeed
2-2-1 Paper misfeed detection ............................................................... 2-2-1
2-2-2 Paper misfeed detection conditions .............................................. 2-2-2
2-3 Operation of the PCBs
2-3-1 Power source PCB ........................................................................ 2-3-1
2-3-2 LPH power supply PCB................................................................. 2-3-7
2-3-3 Servo motor control 1 PCB ......................................................... 2-3-10
2-3-4 Servo motor control 2 PCB ......................................................... 2-3-13
2-3-5 Main PCB .................................................................................... 2-3-16
2-3-6 Backup PCB ................................................................................ 2-3-25
2-3-7 ISU PCB ...................................................................................... 2-3-26
2-3-8 Operation unit PCB ..................................................................... 2-3-29
2-3-9 Inverter PCB ................................................................................ 2-3-30
III SET UP AND ADJUSTMENT SECTION
3-1 Installation
3-1-1 Unpacking and installing the copier .............................................. 3-1-1
3-1-2 Copy mode initial settings ........................................................... 3-1-27
3-1-3 Installing the key counter (optional) ............................................ 3-1-28
3-1-4 Attaching a roll unit heater (optional) .......................................... 3-1-31
3-2 Simulation
3-2-1 Simulation function ........................................................................ 3-2-1
3-3 Assembly and Disassembly
3-3-1 Cautions during disassembly and assembly ................................. 3-3-1
3-3-2 Paper feed section ........................................................................ 3-3-3
3-3-3 Main charger section ................................................................... 3-3-10
3-3-4 Exposure and original feed section ............................................. 3-3-19
3-3-5 Developing section ...................................................................... 3-3-31
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3-3-6 Transfer/separation section......................................................... 3-3-37
3-3-7 Cleaning section .......................................................................... 3-3-42
3-3-8 Fixing section .............................................................................. 3-3-48
3-3-9 Other sections ............................................................................. 3-3-60
3-4 PCB Initial Settings
3-4-1 Main PCB ...................................................................................... 3-4-1
3-4-2 Non-field-adjustable volume controls ............................................ 3-4-3
3-5 Self Diagnostics
3-5-1 Self-diagnostic function ................................................................. 3-5-1
3-6 Troubleshooting
3-6-1 Image formation problems ............................................................ 3-6-1
3-6-2 Paper misfeeds.. ......................................................................... 3-6-17
3-6-3 PCB terminal voltages ................................................................. 3-6-23
3-6-4 Electrical problems ...................................................................... 3-6-38
3-6-5 Mechanical problems .................................................................. 3-6-51
3-7 Appendixes
Timing chart No. 1 ...................................................................................... 3-7-1
Timing chart No. 2 ...................................................................................... 3-7-2
Timing chart No. 3 ...................................................................................... 3-7-3
Timing chart No. 4 ...................................................................................... 3-7-4
Timing chart No. 5 ...................................................................................... 3-7-5
Main PCB 1/44 ........................................................................................... 3-7-6
Main PCB 2/44 ........................................................................................... 3-7-7
Main PCB 3/44 ........................................................................................... 3-7-8
Main PCB 4/44 ........................................................................................... 3-7-9
Main PCB 5/44 ......................................................................................... 3-7-10
Main PCB 6/44 ......................................................................................... 3-7-11
Main PCB 7/44 ......................................................................................... 3-7-12
Main PCB 8/44 ......................................................................................... 3-7-13
Main PCB 9/44 ......................................................................................... 3-7-14
Main PCB 10/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-15
Main PCB 11/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-16
Main PCB 12/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-17
Main PCB 13/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-18
Main PCB 14/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-19
Main PCB 15/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-20
Main PCB 16/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-21
Main PCB 17/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-22
Main PCB 18/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-23
Main PCB 19/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-24
Main PCB 20/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-25
Main PCB 21/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-26
Main PCB 22/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-27
Main PCB 23/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-28
Main PCB 24/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-29
Main PCB 25/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-30
Main PCB 26/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-31
Main PCB 27/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-32
Main PCB 28/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-33
Main PCB 29/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-34
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Main PCB 30/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-35
Main PCB 31/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-36
Main PCB 32/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-37
Main PCB 33/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-38
Main PCB 34/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-39
Main PCB 35/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-40
Main PCB 36/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-41
Main PCB 37/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-42
Main PCB 38/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-43
Main PCB 39/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-44
Main PCB 40/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-45
Main PCB 41/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-46
Main PCB 42/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-47
Main PCB 43/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-48
Main PCB 44/44 ....................................................................................... 3-7-49
ISU PCB 1/10 ........................................................................................... 3-7-50
ISU PCB 2/10 ........................................................................................... 3-7-51
ISU PCB 3/10 ........................................................................................... 3-7-52
ISU PCB 4/10 ........................................................................................... 3-7-53
ISU PCB 5/10 ........................................................................................... 3-7-54
ISU PCB 6/10 ........................................................................................... 3-7-55
ISU PCB 7/10 ........................................................................................... 3-7-56
ISU PCB 8/10 ........................................................................................... 3-7-57
ISU PCB 9/10 ........................................................................................... 3-7-58
ISU PCB 10/10 ......................................................................................... 3-7-59
Backup PCB ............................................................................................. 3-7-60
Servo motor control 1 PCB 1/3 ................................................................. 3-7-61
Servo motor control 1 PCB 2/3 ................................................................. 3-7-62
Servo motor control 1 PCB 3/3 ................................................................. 3-7-63
Output PCB .............................................................................................. 3-7-64
LPH power supply PCB ............................................................................ 3-7-65
Servo motor control 2 PCB ....................................................................... 3-7-66
Operation unit PCB................................................................................... 3-7-67
Power source PCB 1/2 ............................................................................. 3-7-68
Power source PCB 2/2 ............................................................................. 3-7-69
Detachable unit wiring diagram ................................................................ 3-7-70
General connection diagram .................................................................... 3-7-71
General wiring diagram ............................................................................ 3-7-72
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1-1 Specifications
1-1-1 Specifications ...................................................................................... 1-1-1
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1-1-1
1-1-1 Specifications
Type Console type
Copying method Dry indirect electrostatic photocopying
Original type Sheet
Original feed method Moving originals
Paper (1) Plain paper: 64 80 g/m
2
(fed from the roll unit or
bypass table)
(2) Special paper: Tracing paper, film (fed from the roll
unit or bypass table)
Roll paper size Width: 420 920 mm/17" 36"
Diameter: 180 mm/6
1
/4" maximum
Inner diameter: 76 mm/3"
Length: 175 m
Original sizes Standard: A0 A4R (64 80 g/m
2
)
36" 48" 8
1
/2" 11" (64 80 g/m
2
)
Maximum: 920 (w) 5,000 (l) mm (64 80 g/m
2
)
36" 197" (64 80 g/m
2
)
Copy sizes Standard: A0 A4R (64 80 g/m
2
)
36" 48" 8
1
/2" 11" (64 80 g/m
2
)
Maximum: 920 (w) 5,000 (l) mm (64 80 g/m
2
)
36" 197" (64 80 g/m
2
)
Effective image width: 920 mm
Leading edge margin: 5 4 mm
Copying magnification
ratios Manual mode: 25 400%
(at intervals of 1% or 0.1%)
Auto copy mode:
Fixed ratios according to the original and paper
sizes
Metric:
1:10.5%, 1:4.000, 1:2.829, 1:2.000, 1:1.410,
1:0.706, 1:0.500, 1:0.352, 1:0.250
Inch (Architecture):
1:10.5%, 1:3.143, 1:2.588, 1:2.000, 1:1.294,
1:0.640, 1:0.500, 1:0.324, 1:0.250
Inch (Engineer):
1:10.5%, 1:4.000, 1:2.667, 1:2.000, 1:1.333,
1:0.667, 1:0.500, 1:0.333, 1:0.250
Copying speed 4.8 m/min
First copy time 30 s maximum (A1 standard size copying)
Warmup time 10 min maximum (room temperature 20C/68F,
65% RH)
Paper feed system Automatic feed from the roll unit and manual feed from
the bypass table
Consecutive copying 1 20 copies (when the original length is 1300 mm
or less)
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1-1-2
Photoconductor OPC (Drum diameter: 90 mm)
Charging system Single plus corona charging
Drum surface potential: 870 50 V DC
Exposure system Moving original scanning
Light source Fluorescent lamp, 65 W
Developing system Dry (magnetic brush)
Developer: Dual-component (ferrite carrier and black
toner: N22T)
Toner density control: Toner sensor
Toner replenishing: Automatic supply from the toner
hopper
Transfer system Single negative corona charging: 5.3 kV DC
Separation system Single AC corona charging: 5.6 kV AC
Fixing system Heat roller
Heat source: Halogen heaters
120 V areas: 800 W (main), 400 W (sub)
220 240 V areas: 1120 W (main), 480 W (sub)
Control temperature: 150C/302F (plain paper or film)
145C/293F (tracing paper)
Abnormal temperature increase-prevention device:
Thermostat, 145C/293F
Fixing pressure: 2.0 N at both ends, 5.9 N at center
Charge erasing system Exposure by cleaning lamp
Cleaning system Cleaning blade and cleaning fur brush
Functions (1) Preheat/energy saving
(2) Auto clear (can be set to between 30 and 270 s at
intervals of 30 s)
(3) Auto shutoff (can be set to between 15 and
120 min at intervals of 15 min)
(4) Self-diagnostics
(5) Simulation
(6) Margin copy
(7) Hanging copy
(8) Program copy
(9) Preview copy
(10) Paper cut length setting
(11) Same-size/full-size magnification adjustment
(12) Fixing temperature adjustment
(13) Initial settings change
(14) Original size detection
(15) Paper size detection
Power requirement 120 V AC, 60 Hz, 13 A
220 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz, 8 A
Power consumption 1500 W (120 V areas)
1900 W (220 240 V areas)
Machine dimensions 1355 (w) 635 (d) 1107 (h) mm
53
3
/8" (w) 25" (d) 43
9
/16" (h)
Weight Approx. 268 kg, 590.3 lb. (main unit only)
Floor requirement 1355 (w) 707 (d) mm, 53
3
/8" (w) 27
13
/16" (d)
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Accessories Original reversing guide
Optional accessories 3rd roll unit, roll shaft, carrier sheets (A0, A1, A2), key
counter and original support
3rd roll unit (optional)
Type Built-in type
Paper Equivalent to the copier to be connected to
Power source Electrically connected to the copier
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CONTENTS
1-2 Handling Precautions
1-2-1 Handling and storage of the drum....................................................... 1-2-1
1-2-2 Storage of developer and toner .......................................................... 1-2-1
1-2-3 Handling of the heaters ....................................................................... 1-2-1
1-2-4 Storage of paper ................................................................................. 1-2-1
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1-2-1
1-2-1 Handling and storage of the drum
Use the following caution when handling the drum.
When removing the drum from the main unit, make sure not to expose it to direct sunshine
or strong lighting.
Store the drum where the ambient temperature is kept between 20C/4F and 40C/
104F and humidity around 85%RH. Sudden changes in temperature and humidity even
within the permitted ranges should be avoided, too.
Avoid atmosphere laden with substances that might chemically damage the drum surface.
Never hit the drum surface with anything hard or pointed. Protect it from bare or gloved
hands; if it is accidentally touched, clean by following the proper procedure.
1-2-2 Storage of developer and toner
Store developer and toner in a cool, dark place free from direct sunshine or high humidity.
1-2-3 Handling of the heaters
This copier is equipped with heaters to avoid condensation inside. These heaters are kept
powered as long as the copier power cable is connected to a wall outlet with the main switch
set off. Never disconnect the power cable if the copier is used in a humid place of 70%RH
higher.
If the copier is not going to be used for long periods of time, disconnect the power cable from
the wall outlet.
Each roll unit of this copier is equipped with a roll unit heater
*1
which can be individually
turned on or off with a switch. If normal plain paper is kept in the roll units and there is a risk
of high humidity, keep their heaters on. However, keep the heater off if tracing paper is kept
in the roll unit.
1-2-4 Storage of paper
Paper should be stored in a cool, dark place free from high temperature or humidity. If it is
not going to be used for a long time, take paper out of the roll unit, put it in the original
wrapping paper and seal.
*1 Optional for 220 240 V models.
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CONTENTS
1-3 Mechanical Construction
1-3-1 Part names and functions ................................................................... 1-3-1
1-3-2 Copy process ...................................................................................... 1-3-3
1-3-3 Machine cross sectional view ............................................................. 1-3-3
1-3-4 Machine drive system ......................................................................... 1-3-4
(1) Drive system 1 (driven by the paper feed motor) ........................ 1-3-4
(2) Drive system 2 (driven by the paper feed motor) ........................ 1-3-5
(3) Drive system 3 (driven by the drum motor and fixing
drive motor) ................................................................................. 1-3-6
(4) Drive system 4 (driven by the drive motor and toner
feed motor) .................................................................................. 1-3-6
(5) Drive system 5 (driven by the original feed motor) ...................... 1-3-7
1-3-5 Mechanical construction of each section ............................................ 1-3-8
(1) Paper feed section ...................................................................... 1-3-8
Winding operation of paper roll ................................................. 1-3-10
(1-1) Bypass paper feed.......................................................... 1-3-12
(1-2) Roll unit paper feed ........................................................ 1-3-13
(2) Main charger section ................................................................. 1-3-15
Drum surface potential correction ............................................. 1-3-18
(3) Exposure and original feed section ........................................... 1-3-19
(4) CIS and LPH section ................................................................. 1-3-22
Original image reading .............................................................. 1-3-24
Static latent image formation ..................................................... 1-3-24
CIS correction ............................................................................ 1-3-26
(5) Developing section .................................................................... 1-3-28
Forming the magnetic brush...................................................... 1-3-29
Temperature compensation of the toner sensor output ............ 1-3-30
Toner sensor output correction based on the copy count ......... 1-3-31
Toner density control ................................................................. 1-3-32
(6) Transfer/separation section ....................................................... 1-3-33
(7) Cleaning section ........................................................................ 1-3-36
(8) Static eliminator section ............................................................ 1-3-39
(9) Fixing section ............................................................................ 1-3-41
Heating and temperature control of heat roller and
press roller ................................................................................. 1-3-43
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1-3-1
1 Main switch
2 Total counter
3 Front covers
4 Carrier sheet guides
5 Copy bins
6 Bypass slot
7 Bypass table
8 Main body release levers
9 Original guide
0 Paper eject guides
! Original table
@ Original loop guide
# Original insert slot
$ Copy eject slot
% Operation panel
^ Right cover
& Key counter
*1
* Copy ready indicator
(ready lamp)
( Fuser release button
)Original holding section
Original holder anchor pins
Upper rear cover screws
Upper rear cover
Transport knob
Waste toner tank
Copy bin stopper plates
Second roll unit
First roll unit
Instruction handbook box
Roll unit handle
Paper roll insertion cover
Paper roll insertion latches
Roll unit heater switch
*2
Paper roll shaft
Paper roll size label
Paper roll release lever
Paper roll shaft gear
Copy eject slot guides
1-3-1 Part names and functions
Figure 1-3-1
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*1 Optional.
*2 Optional for 220 240 V models.
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1 Preheat/energy saver key/indicator
2 Preview copy key
3 All clear/reset key
4 Job stop/roll cut key
5 Stop/clear key
6 Numeric keys
7 Mode set keys
8 Enter key
9 Leading edge margin key/indicators
0 Left margin key/indicators
! Leading edge hanging key/indicators
Figure 1-3-2 Operation panel
@ Trailing edge hanging key/indicators
# Copy mode select key/indicators
$ Zoom mode select key/indicators
% Paper length key/indicators
^ Paper source key/indicators
& Auto/manual contrast select key/indicators
* Copy contrast keys
( Copy contrast indicators
) Original contrast key/indicators
Special paper select key/indicators
Image process select key/indicators
Added features key
Memory recall key
Fusing temp. adjusted indicator
Display
Add paper indicator
Add toner indicator
Maintenance indicator
Interrupt key/indicator
Memory copy key/indicator
On-line key/indicator
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Fusing
Temp.
Adjusted
Memory
Recall
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Memory
Copy
Interrupt
Energy
Saver
Preview
Copy
Reset
Job Stop
Roll Cut
Stop
Clear
Bold
Print
Light
Print
Copy Contrast
Auto
Half
Tone
Dark Light
Vellum
Film
Material
Border
Erase
Negative
Mirror
Image Process
Paper
Length
Synchro
Paper
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Full Size
APS
AMS
Zoom
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Leading
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Trailing Left
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1-3-2 Copy process
Figure 1-3-3 Copy process
1-3-3 Machine cross sectional view
*1: The third roll unit is optional.
1 Paper feed section (page 1-3-8)
2 Main charger section (page 1-3-15)
3 Exposure and original feed section (page 1-3-19)
4 CIS and LPH section (page 1-3-22)
5 Developing section (page 1-3-28)
6 Transfer/separation section (page 1-3-33)
7 Cleaning section (page 1-3-36)
8 Static eliminator section (page 1-3-39)
9 Fixing section (page 1-3-41)
Original

1 Exposure
2 Original image reading
3 Static latent
image formation

4 Main charging

5 Developing
6 Transfer 7 Separation
8 Fixing
Fluorescent lamp
CIS
LPH
Paper
Drum
Toner
Original image data read by the
CIS is A/D converted and
image-processed, and the LPH
LEDs light to form a static latent
image on the drum surface.

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Figure 1-3-4 Machine cross sectional view
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1-3-4 Machine drive system
(1) Drive system 1 (driven by the paper feed motor)
Figure 1-3-5 Drive system 1 (outer side to the left frame)
1 Paper feed motor pulley 15/18
2 Cutter drive belt
3 Drive tension pulley
4 Cutter drive pulley 20
5 SB gear 37
6 Cutter clutch gear
7 Cutter drive gear 21
8 Duplex gear 32
9 Paper feed section drive belt 1
0 Drive tension pulley
! Paper feed pulley 16
@ Pre-transfer drive gear
# Optical section idle gear 46
$ Roll paper conveying clutch gear
% Idle gear 45
^ Paddle gear
& Optical section idle gear 46
* SB gear 37
( Bypass registration clutch gear
) Gear 50T
Registration clutch gear
Paper feed pulley 16
Idle gear 36/30
Middle feed clutch gear
Optical section idle gear 46
Idle gear 20/26
Middle roll winding clutch gear
Pulley 20P5
Paper feed section drive belt 2
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Pulley 20P5
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Paper feed pulley 16
*1
Idle gear 36/30
*1
Lower feed clutch gear
*1
Optical section idle gear 46
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Idle gear 20/26
*1
Lower roll winding clutch gear
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*1: Parts 29 to 36 are present when the third roll unit (optional) is installed.

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(2) Drive system 2 (driven by the paper feed motor)
1 Cutter drive gear 21
2 Cutter gear 32
3 Eject gear 29
4 Fixing unit idle gear 24T
5 Duplex gear 32
6 Drive gear 20T
7 Drive gear 20T
8 Paper feed pulley gear B
9 Paper feed pulley gear B
0 Idle gear 22
! Paper feed pulley gear B
@ Upper roll winding clutch gear
# Drive gear 20T
$ Idle gear 16/25
% Duplex gear 32
^ Roll idle gear A
& Spiral roller gear 23
* Roll gear 40
( Duplex gear 32
) Upper feed clutch gear
Drive gear 20T
Roll drive gear 16
Roll gear 40
Roll drive gear 16
*1
Roll gear 40
*1
*1: Parts 24 and 25 are present when the third roll unit (optional) is installed.
Figure 1-3-6 Drive system 2 (inner side from the left frame)
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(3) Drive system 3 (driven by the drum motor and fixing drive motor) (4) Drive system 4 (driven by the drive motor and toner feed motor)
Figure 1-3-8 Drive system 4 (inner side from the left frame)
1 Main drive pulley
2 Drive tension pulley
3 Pre-transfer drive belt
4 Pre-transfer drive pulley 32
5 Developer gear
6 Drum motor gear 17
7 Drum drive gear 45
8 Drum drive gear 60
9 Developing unit drive belt
0 Tension pulley
! Developing unit drive pulley 16
@ Fixing drive motor gear
#Fixing section drive gear
$Developer gear 22
%Idle gear 34
^Idle gear 26
&SB gear 24
*Heat roller gear
(Fixing gear 24
)Idle gear 22
Sleeve gear 17
Fixing unit idle gear
Gear 27T
1Pre-transfer drive gear 22
2Drive gear 20T
3Pre-transfer gear 30
4Drum joint
5Left drum flange
6Feed gear 25
7Fur brush gear 17
8Roll unit gear 18
9Developing unit drive gear 20
0Developing roller gear 19
!Developing unit idle gear 17
@ Developer paddle gear
# Spiral roller gear 23
$ Toner shaft gear
% Toner shaft gear
^ Fixing idle gear
(left side of the machine)
& Toner feed motor gear
(right side of the machine)
* Toner gear 34
( Toner gear 34
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(5) Drive system 5 (driven by the original feed motor)
Figure 1-3-9 Drive system 5 (outer side to the right frame)
1 Original feed motor pulley
2 Original feed drive belt 1
3 Idle pulley 16
4 Tension pulley
5 Original feed clutch gear
6 Developing unit pulley
7Front lower original roller
8Front upper original roller
9Original feed pulley
0Original feed drive belt 2
!Original feed pulley
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1-3-5 Mechanical construction of each section
(1) Paper feed section
The paper feed section is comprised of the parts shown in Figure 1-3-10. Paper can be fed
either manually or automatically from a paper roll.
In the paper feed section, a sheet of paper fed from the roll unit or placed on the bypass table
is conveyed to the transfer section in synch with the LED on timing of the LPH section.
Figure 1-3-10 Paper feed section
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Figure 1-3-11 Block diagram of the paper feed section
*1 Parts 34 to 41 are present when the third roll unit (optional) is installed.
1 Registration upper guide
2 Bypass pulley
3 Registration lower guide
4 Bypass table
5 Bypass registration roller
6 Registration roller
7 Cutter eject rear guide
8 Registration pulley
9 Cutter unit
0 Cutter rear guide
! Cutter front guide
@ Roll lever
# Roll base A
$ Paper roll shaft
% Roll paper feed upper guide A
^ Roll paper feed upper roller
& Roll paper feed lower roller A
* Roll paper conveying rear roller A
( Roll paper conveying front roller
) Roll stay A
Roll paper feed lower guide A
Roll paper conveying upper guide
Center partition
Roll lever
Roll base B
Paper roll shaft
Roll paper feed upper guide B
Roll paper feed upper roller
Roll front guide B
Roll rear guide B
Roll paper conveying rear roller B
Roll paper conveying lower guide
Roll paper conveying rear guide
Roll lever
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Paper roll shaft
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Roll base B
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Roll paper feed upper guide B
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Roll paper feed upper roller
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Roll front guide B
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Roll rear guide B
*1
Roll paper conveying rear roller C
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Winding operation of paper roll
The leading edge of the paper in the roll unit is first fed to the home position (copy ready
position) by the winding operation, where it is ready for copying.
After the following operations, if the leading edge of the paper roll is not at the home
position, the winding operation for that roll unit will be performed.
1) After pressing the all clear/reset key.
2) After performing the auto clear function.
3) After changing the paper feed position with the paper source key.
4) One minute after a copy cycle ends and the ready lamp (copy ready indicator) lights.
(If any key is pressed after the ready lamp is lit, another minute will be counted after
the key press.)
5) After opening/closing the right cover (cycling safety switch 3), the main body
(cycling safety switches 4 and 5), or the upper rear cover (cycling safety switch 6).
After the following operation, the winding operation for all the roll units will be performed.
(Winding starts with the lowest roll unit.)
1) After opening/closing the front covers (cycling safety switches 1 and 2).
With the roll paper leading edge detection switch off
Timing chart 1-3-1 Winding operation for the first roll unit (1)
a The paper feed motor (PFM) and the upper feed clutch (FCL-U) turn on, and the paper
is conveyed in the feed direction.
b The upper feed clutch (FCL-U) and the paper feed motor (PFM) are turned off 100 ms
after the upper roll paper leading edge detection switch (RLDSW-U) is turned on, and
the leading edge of the paper stops at the home position (copy ready position).
Winding operation for the 2nd and 3rd roll units is performed similarly.
On
PFM
RLDSW-U
100 ms
Off
On
Off
Off
On
FCL-U
a
b
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With the roll paper leading edge detection switch on
Timing chart 1-3-2 Winding operation for the first roll unit (2)
a The paper feed motor (PFM) and the upper roll winding clutch (RWCL-U) are turned on,
and the paper starts to wind.
b After the upper roll paper leading edge detection switch (RLDSW-U) turns off, the upper
roll winding clutch (RWCL-U) turns off and the upper feed clutch (FCL-U) turns on, and
the paper is conveyed in the feed direction.
c 100 ms after the upper roll paper leading edge detection switch (RLDSW-U) turns on,
the upper feed clutch (FCL-U) and the paper feed motor (PFM) turn off, and the leading
edge of the paper stops at the home position (copy ready position).
Winding operation for the 2nd and 3rd roll units is performed similarly.
Off
On
On
PFM
RLDSW-U
100 ms
Off
On
Off
Off
On
RWCL-U
FCL-U
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b
c
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(1-1) Bypass paper feed
Timing chart 1-3-3 Bypass paper feed
a 1.75 s after the bypass registration switch (BYPRSW) is turned on by inserting paper into
the bypass table, the paper feed motor (PFM) and the bypass registration clutch
(BYPRCL) turn on, and feeding of the inserted paper starts.
b 750 ms after the bypass timing switch (BYPTIMSW) turns on, the bypass registration
clutch (BYPRCL) turns off, and the paper stops at the copy ready position.
c Potential buildup, primary original feed and then shading correction are completed. 450
ms after these secondary paper feed start conditions are satisfied, the PSYNC signal
turns on.
d The bypass registration clutch (BYPRCL) turns on to convey the paper to the transfer
section.
e 200 ms after the paper is conveyed to the transfer section and the bypass timing switch
(BYPTIMSW) turns off, the bypass registration clutch (BYPRCL) turns off, and the paper
feed operation is completed.
1.75 s
Off
Off
Off
PFM
BYPRCL
OLDSW
BYPRSW
OTDSW
BYPTIMSW
750 ms
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
Off
On
On
Off
BYPRSW: On
BYPTIMSW: On
OLDSW: On
OTDSW: On
BYPTIMSW: Off

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574 ms
450 ms
e
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d
PSYNC
signal

Paper insertion

Original insertion

Potential buildup completed.


Primary original feed completed.
Shading correction completed.

With the paper inserted before the original.

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(1-2) Roll unit paper feed
Timing chart 1-3-4 Roll unit paper feed
a 1 s after the original is inserted and the original trailing edge detection switch (OTDSW)
is turned on, the paper feed motor (PFM), the paper feed clutch for currently selected roll
unit [the upper/middle/lower feed clutches (FCL-U/M/L)], the roll paper conveying clutch
(RPCCL), and the registration clutch (RCL) are turned on to start feeding the paper in
the selected roll unit.
b The paper turns the registration switch (RSW) on. After 375 ms, the paper feed clutch
[upper/middle/lower feed clutch (FCL-U/M/L)], the roll paper conveying clutch (RPCCL),
and the registration clutch (RCL) are turned off and the paper stops. The cutter clutch
(CCL) is then turned on and the cutter starts to move to the ready position and primary
paper feed is completed.
c After the cutter home position switches (CHPSW 1 and 2) are turned on, the cutter clutch
(CCL) is turned off and the cutter stops at the ready position.
On
PFM
RCL
CCL
OLDSW
Off
On
On
On
Off
200 ms
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OLDSW: On
OTDSW: On
RSW
RPCCL
PCSW
OTDSW
FCL-U/M/L
CHPSW1, 2
OFCL
OLDSW: Off
CHPSW: Off
RSW: On
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
On
450 ms 600 ms
574 ms
Off
375 ms
CHPSW: On
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PSYNC
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Potential buildup completed.
Primary original feed completed.
Shading correction completed.

Original insertion

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d Potential buildup, primary original feed and then shading correction are completed. 450
ms after these secondary paper feed start conditions are satisfied, the PSYNC signal is
turned on.
e The roll paper conveying clutch (RPCCL) and registration clutch (RCL) turn on to start
secondary paper feed.
f 78 pulses (PFM FG pulses) after the original leading edge detection switch (OLDSW)
turns off, the cutter clutch (CCL) is turned on and the paper is cut.
g After the cutter home position switches (CHPSW1 and 2) are turned off, the cutter clutch
(CCL) is turned off and the cutter stops at the home position. At the same time, the roll
paper conveying clutch (RPCCL) turns off.
h 200 ms after the registration switch (RSW) is turned off, the registration clutch (RCL) is
turned off to complete secondary paper feed.
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(2) Main charger section
The main charger section is comprised of the drum, the drum potential sensor (DPS), the
main charger assembly and the main charger grid as shown in Figure 1-3-12.
The drum is electrically charged uniformly by means of a grid to form a static latent image
on the surface.
The drum potential sensor measures the dark potential of the drum surface.
Figure 1-3-12 Main charger section
1 Drum
2 Drum potential sensor (DPS)
3 Charger wire (tungsten wire)
4
5
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2
3
4Main charger assembly
5Main charger grid
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Figure 1-3-13 Main charger section (Main charger assembly)
1 Right main charger lid
2 Screw
3 Washer
4 Charger wire (tungsten wire)
Figure 1-3-14 Block diagram of the main charger section
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6 Main charger terminal
7 Charger spring
8 Main charger shield
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Timing chart 1-3-5 Operation of the main high-voltage transformer
a When the original is inserted, the original trailing edge detection switch (OTDSW) is
turned on. After 2.3 s, the drive motor (DM) and drum motor (DRM) are turned on.
b 3.534 s (1 turn of the drum) after the drive motor (DM) and drum motor (DRM) are turned
on, the main high-voltage transformer (MHVT) is turned on to start main charging. The
grid voltage (GRID CONT) and developing bias voltage (DB CONT) are controlled
stepwise to increase the drum potential gradually.
c The drum potential reaches 870 V DC and the developing bias voltage (DB CONT) step-
up control ends. After 3.534 s (1 turn of the drum), potential buildup is completed.
d 3 s after copying is completed and the eject switch (ESW) is turned off, the grid voltage
(GRID CONT) and developing bias voltage (DB CONT) are controlled stepwise to
decrease the drum potential gradually.
e When the grid voltage (GRID CONT) step-down control ends, the main high-voltage
transformer (MHVT) is turned off and main charging ends.
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DRM
OTDSW
ESW
MHVT
GRID CONT
DB CONT
OTDSW: On ESW: On
ESW: Off
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
2.3 s
On
3.534 s
3.534 s
3 s
1.6 s
400 ms
400 ms
600 ms
400 ms
400 ms
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Potential buildup completed.

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Drum surface potential correction
The grid control voltage (GRID CONT) is determined based on the target value set by
simulation 35 to maintain the drum surface potential around the developing section to
870 V DC.
Correction timings
1) When any of the safety switches are turned off and on.
2) When the power plug is removed and reinserted.
3) When the main switch is turned off and on.
Drum surface potential correction flow chart
Start.

End.

The grid voltage is controlled stepwise to increase the


drum surface potential gradually.

V1: Drum potential sensor output value set


by simulation 35 for the drum surface
potential of 870 V DC.
V2: Average of sampled drum potential
sensor output values
V3: Average of sampled drum potential
sensor output values

Dark potential is stabilized (maximum data is reached).

Yes
Yes
No No
Yes
Yes
No
No
V1 16 V2 < V1
V1 < V3 V1 + 16

V1 16 V3 < V1
V1 < V2 V1 + 16

Is this the 10th correction?

V1 4 V2, V3 V1 + 4

The drum potential sensor output is sampled 20 times


and average value V2 is calculated.

The drum potential sensor output is sampled 20 times


and average value V3 is calculated.

The grid control voltage (GRID


CONT) is determined based on
V1, V2 and V3.

C-551 Dark potential correction


problem is triggered.

After 3.534 s (1 turn of the drum)

After 200 ms

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(3) Exposure and original feed section
Figure 1-3-15 Exposure and original feed section
Exposure is accomplished by scan exposure method with a moving original. A fluorescent
lamp is used as the light source. While being conveyed across the contact glass by the
rollers, the original is exposed by the fluorescent light and the exposed image is read by the
CIS (contact image sensor).
The fluorescent lamp heater (FLH) is installed on the fluorescent lamp (FL) to improve the
temperature characteristics which maintains the temperature of the fluorescent lamp to
approximately 40C/104F. The CIS reads the reflection of the fluorescent lamp (FL) light
on the middle upper original roller (white reference) to maintain the intensity constant.
The original is fed by the rotation of the front/middle/rear upper original rollers and the front/
rear lower original rollers. These rollers are controlled by the original leading edge detection
switch (OLDSW), the original trailing edge detection switch (OTDSW), and the original feed
clutch (OFCL). The original feed motor (OFM) drives the exposure section.
1 Original insertion guide
2 Front upper original roller
3 Middle upper original roller
4 Contact glass
5 Original holder rear guide
6 Rear upper original roller
7 Original feed rear guide
8 Rear lower original roller
9Original feed rear light shielding plate
0Fluorescent lamp (FL)
!Fluorescent lamp heater (FLH)
@Front lower original roller
#Original feed front light shielding plate
$Original feed front guide
%SLA (SELFOC lens array)
^CIS (contact image sensor)
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Figure 1-3-16 Block diagram of the exposure and original feed section
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Timing chart 1-3-6 Operation of the exposure and original feed section
a 640 ms after the original is inserted and the original leading edge detection switch
(OLDSW) is turned on, the original feed motor (OFM) starts to rotate forward and the
original feed clutch (OFCL) is turned on to start conveying the original.
b After the original is conveyed and the original trailing edge detection switch (OTDSW)
is turned on, the original feed clutch (OFCL) is turned off and the original stops at the copy
ready position.
c 1 s after the original trailing edge detection switch (OTDSW) is turned on, the CIS
(contact image sensor) starts shading correction and the fluorescent lamp (FL) lights.
d As soon as the secondary paper feed starts, the original feed clutch (OFCL) is turned on
and the original is conveyed across the contact glass for exposure.
e 500 ms after original exposure is completed and the original trailing edge detection
switch (OTDSW) is turned off, the original feed motor (OFM) is turned off.
f 200 ms after the original feed motor (OFM) is turned off, it starts to rotate in reverse to
return the original.
g When the original trailing edge detection switch (OTDSW) is turned off, the original feed
clutch (OFCL) is turned off and, after 48 ms, the original feed motor (OFM) is turned off
to complete original return operation.
h 500 ms after original return operation is completed, the original feed motor (OFM) starts
to rotate forward for the exposure for the second copy, and the original feed clutch
(OFCL) is turned on to convey the original.
i When the original is conveyed and the original trailing edge detection switch (OTDSW)
is turned on, the original feed clutch (OFCL) is turned off and the original stops at the copy
ready position.
j As soon as the secondary feed of the second sheet starts, the original feed clutch (OFCL)
is turned on and the original is conveyed across the contact glass for exposure for the
second copy. The original feed motor (OFM) and original feed clutch (OFCL) then repeat
e to g to return the original.
k 1325 ms after original exposure is completed and the original trailing edge detection
switch (OTDSW) is turned off, the fluorescent lamp (FL) is turned off.
FL
OLDSW
OTDSW
OFCL
OLDSW: On
OTDSW: On
OFM
OTDSW: Off OTDSW: Off
OTDSW: Off OTDSW: Off
OTDSW: On
On
On
On
On
On
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500 ms
200 ms
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On
On
On
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Secondary paper feed start

Second sheet secondary feed start

Roll unit paper feed, multiple copying (2 sheets).

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(4) CIS and LPH section
In the CIS and LPH section, the CIS reads the original image exposed by the fluorescent
lamp (FL) and the drum surface is irradiated by the LPH to form a static latent image on it.
Figure 1-3-17 CIS and LPH section
1 SLA (SELFOC lens array)
2 LPH (LED printhead)
1
2
3
4
3 Fluorescent lamp (FL)
4 CIS (contact image sensor)
Contains 1 and 3.
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Figure 1-3-18 Block diagram of the CIS and LPH section
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Original image reading
The CIS (contact image sensor) consists of four channels of 3712 phototransistors. The
original image is read by 14592 phototransistors along a line of the width of A0 (934 mm),
and its analog data is sent to the ISU PCB (ISUPCB).
Figure 1-3-19 Original image reading
Static latent image formation
The LPH (LED printhead) consists of 14592 LEDs which are turned on and off based on the
image data read by the CIS to form a static latent image on the drum surface line by line.
Toner adheres only to the areas irradiated by the lit LEDs, so the image is formed.
Figure 1-3-20 Static latent image formation
1, 2, 3 14592
Channel 1

Original image

Channel 2

Channel 3

Channel 4

CIS (contact image sensor)

1 line

Phototransistors
SLA (SELFOC
lens array)
1,2,3 14592
LED
1 line

LPH (LED printhead)

Drum SLA (SELFOC lens array)


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Timing chart 1-3-7 Image reading and formation
a 1 s after the original is conveyed and the original trailing edge detection switch (OTDSW)
is turned on, the CIS (contact image sensor) starts shading correction and the
fluorescent lamp (FL) lights.
b The original feed clutch (OFCL) is turned on to start secondary original feed. At the same
time, the fluorescent lamp (FL) starts exposure and the CIS starts to read the original
image.
c 450 ms after the original feed clutch (OFCL) is turned on, the OSYNC and PSYNC
signals are turned on and, in synch with these signals, the original image is processed
and the LPH forms a static latent image, respectively.
OSYNC signal: original leading edge synchronization signal
PSYNC signal: image formation synchronization signal
d 450 ms after the original trailing edge detection switch (OTDSW) is turned off, the
OSYNC and PSYNC signals are turned off to end image reading and formation.
e 1325 ms after original exposure ends and the original trailing edge detection switch
(OTDSW) is turned off, the original feed motor (OFM) and original feed clutch (OFCL)
are turned off. At the same time, the fluorescent lamp (FL) is turned off.
FL
OLDSW
OTDSW
OFCL
OSYNC
signal
PSYNC
signal
OLDSW: On
OFM
OTDSW: Off
OTDSW: On
On
On
On
On
On
Forward
Stop
Reverse
1 s
450 ms 450 ms
640 ms
Off
Off
Off
1325 ms
Off
Shading correction start
Original and paper secondary feed start
Image reading start

a
b
c
d
e
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CIS correction
Shading correction
Shading correction is carried out to correct the fluctuation in the fluorescent lamp (FL)
intensity and variations in the sensitivity between the sensor elements constituting the CIS.
If shading correction does not end within 30 s from its start, an original jam (J-05) is
indicated. If shading correction fails to end six times successively after the original is
reinserted, service call code C-300 is triggered.
Start.

End.

CIS black reference value is created


(black shading).

Yes
Yes
No
Is the average read-in
value below A0H?

With the fluorescent lamp off, the


average of the sensor read-in data is
calculated for each channel.

CIS white reference value is created


(white shading).

No
Is the average read-in
value above 80H?

With the fluorescent lamp lit, the aver-


age of the sensor read-in data on the
middle upper original roller (white
reference) is calculated for each
channel (see Figure 1-3-21).

The CIS read-in data is corrected based


on the black and white reference values
while the original image is read in.

CIS
SLA
Fluorescent
lamp (FL)

Middle upper original roller


(white reference)

Figure 1-3-21 White shading


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AGC processing (gray level correction)
The tone of the image is reproduced by dividing the CIS image read-in value into 256 levels.
If the absolute white level is assumed to be 5.0 V and the absolute black level 0 V, the range
of the actual image read-in value is narrower than the range from 0 to 5.0 V, so the tone of
the reproduced image is affected. AGC processing (auto gain control) corrects the image
read-in value to reproduce gray levels more accurately.
Figure 1-3-22 AGC processing
Example: If the maximum white reference value (AGCHMAX) read by the CIS is 4.0 V and
the minimum black reference value (AGCLMIN) is 0.8 V, the range of the image
read-in value is narrower than the range between the absolute white level (5.0
V) and absolute black level (0 V). In such a case, the read-in value cannot be
divided into 256 levels and the tone of the reproduced image is affected. AGC
process corrects VREFH to 4.0 V, VREFL to 0.8 V and the correction value to 0
so that the read-in value can be divided into 256 levels to reproduce the tone of
the image more correctly.
(gamma) correction
There are slight differences in the black-level read-in values between the four channels of
the CIS. Gamma correction can be made by executing simulation 120 so that an even image
output level is obtained.
Absolute white level
(5.0 V)
Absolute black level
(0 V)
AGCHMAX
(4.0 V)
AGCLMIN
(0.8 V)
VREFH
(4.0 V + correction
value)

VREFL
(0.8 V + correction
value)

Before AGC processing

After AGC processing

Divided into 256 levels.

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(5) Developing section
The developing section is comprised of the developing unit assembly and the toner hopper
assembly. The developing unit assembly is comprised of the developing roller and doctor
blade which form a magnetic brush, and the developer paddle and developer spiral roller
which mix the developer. The toner hopper assembly is installed on the top of the developing
unit assembly to supply toner to the developing unit assembly and is comprised of the toner
feed roller and the toner agitation rod.
Figure 1-3-23 Developing section
1 Developing roller
2 Doctor blade
3 Developing unit thermistor (DTH)
4 Toner sensor (TNS)
5 Upper developing unit stay
6 Front hopper stay
7 Developing unit partition
5
@
!
4
9
0
87
6
$ #
2
1
3
8Toner feed roller
9Toner agitation rod
0Hopper lid
!Rear hopper stay
@Developing unit housing
#Developer spiral roller
$Developer paddle
DBHVT
MPCB
CN2-18
CN2-2
CN4-3B
CN4-4B
CN2-19
CN4-1A
CN4-2A
3
4
5
TNS
DTH
DB REM
DB CHG
DB CONT
TM
Figure 1-3-24 Block diagram of the developing section
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Forming the magnetic brush
The developer flows by the rotation of the developing roller and the magnetic brush is formed
on pole N1. The height of the magnetic brush is set by the gap between the doctor blade
and the developing roller. The developing bias voltage (650 V DC) which is output from the
developing bias high-voltage transformer (DBHVT) is applied to the developing roller to
improve the image contrast. When the drum surface potential reaches 0 V after completion
of copying, the developing bias voltage is switched to 100 V DC to prevent toner and carrier
from adhering to the drum.
Figure 1-3-25 Forming the magnetic brush and agitation of the developer
A (gap between doctor blade and developing roller):
0.55 to 0.65 mm around the center
0.7 to 0.75 mm at both ends
N1: 900 10
4
70 10
4
T
N2: 600 10
4
60 10
4
T
S1: 750 10
4
70 10
4
T
S2: 750 10
4
70 10
4
T
S3: 600 10
4
60 10
4
T
1 Developing roller
2 Doctor blade
3 Developing unit partition
4 Toner feed roller
A
S3
S1
S2
N2
N1
80
60
85
75
60
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
5 Toner agitation rod
6 Developer spiral roller
7 Developer paddle
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Temperature compensation of the toner sensor output
Temperature compensation of the toner sensor (TNS) output value is applied by the
following formula.
The output values from the toner sensor (TNS) and the developing unit thermistor (DTH)
are input to the main PCB (MPCB). The main PCB samples the two input values at 8 ms
intervals. If two of three successive sampled input values are the same, this value is used
as one input value.
X = TS K (TH D26)
where X: control input (V, toner sensor output value after temperature compensation)
TS: actual toner sensor output (V)
K: temperature compensation coefficient (0.005 V/deg: TH > 26C/79F,
0.014 V/deg: TH < 26C/79F)
TH: temperature of the developing unit (C/F, detected temperature of the
developing unit thermistor)
D26: reference temperature (26C/79F)
A change in temperature TH D26 based on the reference temperature (26C/79F) is
multiplied by temperature compensation coefficient K to obtain the temperature compensation
value; this is then subtracted from actual toner sensor output TS. Because the rate of
increase in the toner sensor output value is high when the temperature of the developing
unit is greater than 26C/79F, the main PCB compensates the toner sensor output
following the above formula, so as to lower the output. Because the rate of decrease in the
toner sensor output value is high when the temperature of the developing unit is less than
26C/79F, the main PCB compensates to increase the output.
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Toner sensor output correction based on the copy count
The toner sensor (TNS) output is corrected by the following formula based on the copy count
(copy distance).
X = KM + TS
where X: control input value (V, toner sensor output value after copy count correction)
M: copy distance after execution of simulation 60 (m)
TS: actual toner sensor output (V)
K: distance correction coefficient (0.00021 V/m)
Figure 1-3-26
A The copy distance count is cleared during developer setting (simulation 60).
B Until the copy distance reaches 1000 m, the actual toner sensor output value is corrected
by the formula as the copy distance increases.
C When the copy distance exceeds 1000 m, the actual toner sensor output value is
corrected with a constant value of +0.21 V.
A
B
C
Control input value (V)

Copy distance (m)

TS
1000 0
0.21 V
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Toner density control
Figure 1-3-27 Toner density control
A The value set while simulation 60 (developer setting) is performed is used as the toner
control level (initial output value for the toner control sensor). Toner feed motor (TM) on/
off control is based on this reference value.
If the temperature- and count-corrected toner sensor output value exceeds the toner
control level, the toner feed motor is turned on for 0.5 s to supply toner from the toner
hopper to the developing unit assembly. (The toner feed motor can be turned on only
when the developing unit assembly is driven, i.e. the drive motor is on.)
If the toner sensor output value does not drop during this 0.5 s period, the toner feed
motor is turned on for another 0.5 s, and this operation is repeated until the toner sensor
output value becomes lower than the toner control level.
B If the toner sensor output value rises further and remains 0.234 V or more above the toner
control level for 10 s, the toner empty level is detected and toner feed aging operation
is carried out. When the toner sensor output value reaches the toner control level, aging
is performed for 3 minutes after toner replenishing ends (toner feed motor off). If the
toner sensor output value does not reach the toner control level after 3 minutes of toner
feed aging, toner empty condition is detected and the add toner indicator on the
operation panel lights.
C When the toner sensor output value is 0.351 V or more above the toner empty level, the
toner empty high level is detected and the message requesting toner to be replenished
is shown on the display, inhibiting copying.
D When toner is replenished to the toner hopper and the toner sensor output value reaches
the toner control level, aging is performed for 3 minutes and then copying is enabled.
0.351 V
0.234 V
A B C D
3 min
Toner sensor output voltage (V)

Toner empty high level

Toner empty level

Toner control level

Add toner indictor on


Message requesting toner
to be replenished
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(6) Transfer/separation section
The transfer/separation section is comprised of the transfer charger assembly, the pre-
transfer roller, and the separation claws as shown in Figure 1-3-28.
Figure 1-3-28 Transfer/separation section
1 Separation claw solenoid (SSOL)
2 Tungsten wires
3 Pre-transfer upper inner guide
4 Pre-transfer pulley
5 Pre-transfer outer guide
6 Pre-transfer roller
Figure 1-3-29 Block diagram of the transfer section
8 7
1
3
2
4
@
!
0
9
6
5
7Transfer charger
8Separation charger
9Transfer charger assembly
0Separation claws
!Separation guide
@Separation pulley
CN4-1B
CN6-6
CN4-2B
CN3-3
TC REM
ST ALARM
SC REM
MPCB
STHVT
SSOL
TC SC
CN1-1
CN1-2
CN1-3
Drum
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1-3-34
The transfer charger assembly is divided into the transfer charger which transfers the toner
image formed on the drum to the paper, and the separation charger which removes the
paper from the drum. Transfer charging and separation charging are performed by applying
high voltage which is output from the ST high-voltage transformer (STHVT) to both ends of
each tungsten transfer charger and separation charger wires. The separation claws are
installed to ensure paper separation.
Figure 1-3-30 Transfer charger assembly
1 Left transfer charger lid
2 Left transfer seal
3 Charger spring
4 Transfer charger left housing
5 Tungsten wire (for transfer
and separation charger)
6 Right transfer charger lid
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
!
@
#
7 Right transfer seal
8 Screw
9 Washer
0 Transfer charger right housing
! Transfer inner shield
@ Transfer outer shield
# Transfer wire
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1-3-35
Timing chart 1-3-8 Operation of the transfer/separation section
a 2.3 s after the original is inserted and the original trailing edge detection switch (OTDSW)
is turned on, the drive motor (DM) turns on and, at the same time, separation charging
(SHVT) starts.
b 994 ms after the PSYNC signal is turned on, the separation claw solenoid (SSOL) is
turned on.
c 1704 ms after the PSYNC signal is turned on, transfer charging (THVT) starts.
d The moment the paper conveying switch (PCSW) is turned on, the separation claw
solenoid (SSOL) is turned off.
e 1680 ms after the PSYNC signal is turned off, transfer charging (THVT) ends.
f 800 ms after the developing bias step-down cotrol is completed, separation charging
(SHVT) ends.
OTDSW
OTDSW: On
OTDSW: Off
PCSW: On PCSW: Off
PCSW
SSOL
THVT
SHVT
DB CONT
On
2.3 s
944 ms
1704 ms 1680 ms
800 ms
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
On
DM
Off
On
a
b
c
e
f
d
On
Off
On
450 ms 450 ms
Potential buildup completed.
Primary original feed completed.
Shading correction completed.

PSYNC
signal

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1-3-36
(7) Cleaning section
Cleaning is performed by the blade cleaning method and the cleaning fur brush. The
cleaning section is comprised of the cleaning blade and the cleaning fur brush which remove
the residual toner adhering to the drum after transfer, and the cleaning unit spiral which
collects and sends toner to the waste toner tank.
The cleaning fur brush rotates always in contact with the drum surface and prevents the
toner scraped off the drum by the cleaning blade from dropping inside of the machine. Other
foreign matter such as paper fragments adhering to the surface of the drum are also
removed by the brush.
When the waste toner tank becomes full, the overflow sensor (OFS) is turned off and a
message requesting the waste toner tank to be checked appears on the display on the
operation panel, and copying is inhibited.
Figure 1-3-31 Cleaning section
5
2
1
7
6
3
4
1 Cleaning blade
2 Cleaning unit cover
3 Cleaning housing
4 Cleaning fur brush
5 Cleaning solenoid (CSOL)
6 Cleaning unit spiral
7 Lower cleaning blade
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Figure 1-3-32 Block diagram of the cleaning section
OFS
MPCB
CN6-5
CN6-4
CN3-8
CSOL
CSOL 1
CSOL 2
TDT DSW
CN3-7
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Timing chart 1-3-9 Operation of the cleaning solenoid
The cleaning solenoid (CSOL) is controlled by signals CSOL 1 and CSOL 2.
a 1.3 s after the original is inserted and the original trailing edge detection switch (OTDSW)
is turned on, signals CSOL 1 and CSOL 2 are turned on and the cleaning solenoid
(CSOL) is turned on.
b 1 s after the cleaning solenoid (CSOL) is turned on, the CSOL 1 signal is turned off. The
cleaning solenoid (CSOL) stays on.
c 10 minutes after copying is completed and the drive motor (DM) is turned off, the CSOL
2 signal is turned off and the cleaning solenoid (CSOL) is turned off. (If the drive motor
is turned back on for the next copy cycle within 10 minutes after it was turned off, a is
repeated.)
d 1 s after the cleaning solenoid (CSOL) is turned off, the CSOL 1 and CSOL 2 signals are
turned on and off at intervals of 1 s and the cleaning solenoid (CSOL) is turned on twice.
1 s
1.3 s
10 min
DM
OTDSW
CSOL 1
CSOL 2
Off
Off
On
On
On
On
Off
OTDSW: On OTDSW: Off
On
On
1 s 1 s
1 s
1 s 1 s
On On
a
b
c
d
Off
Off
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(8) Static eliminator section
The static eliminator section is comprised of the two cleaning lamps as shown in Figure
1-3-33. The post-transfer lamp (RTL) is to eliminate unnecessary charge, and the pre-
charging lamp (PCHL) is to eliminate the residual charge after transfer.
Post-transfer lamp ....... Since the transfer charger has been turned on before the latent
static image on the drum reaches the transfer charger, this lamp
eliminates the unnecessary charge generated by the transfer
charger and prepares for the next main charging (copy operation).
Pre-charging lamp ....... Eliminates the residual charge on the drum after the toner is
removed in the cleaning section to prepare for the next copy.
Figure 1-3-33 Static eliminator section
Pre-charging lamp (PCHL)

Post-transfer lamp (RTL)

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1-3-40
Figure 1-3-34 Block diagram of the static eliminator section
CN6-8
CN5-6
CN5-7
CN6-7
OPPCB
CN4-12B
CN4-12A
RTL REM
PCHL REM
MPCB
PCHL
RTL
Drum
Timing chart 1-3-10 Operation of the static eliminator section
a After the drive motor (DM) is turned on, the pre-charging lamp (PCHL) and the post-
transfer lamp (RTL) are turned on.
b After copying operation, the drive motor (DM) is turned off. Then the pre-charging lamp
(PCHL) and the post-transfer lamp (RTL) are turned off.
2.3 s
OTDSW
DM
PCHL
RTL
On
On
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
OTDSW: On OTDSW: Off

a
b
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(9) Fixing section
Figure 1-3-35 Fixing section
(
2 1 56
7
9 8
&*
^ % $ # 4 @
!
0
3

1 Fixing heater M (H1)


2 Fixing heater S (H2)
3 Oil roller
4 Heat roller
5 Fixing unit thermal switch 1 (FTSW1)
6 Fixing unit thermal switch 2 (FTSW2)
7 Fixing unit upper partition
8 Fixing unit thermistor 1 (FTH1: near
the center of the heat roller)
9 Fixing unit thermistor 2 (FTH2: right
end of the heat roller)
0 Fixing unit cover
! Fixing unit middle front guide
@ Separation pulleys
# Fixing unit front guide
$ Fixing unit lower partition
% Front lower removal cover
^ Press roller
& Fixing unit thermistor 3 (FTH3: near
the center of the press roller)
* Fixing unit thermistor 4 (FTH4: right
end of the press roller)
( Lower eject guide
) Press roller separation claw
Eject roller
Eject pulley
Upper eject guide
Separation claw
340-3
1-3-42
The fixing section is comprised of the parts shown in Figure 1-3-35. After the transfer
operation, the paper is conveyed to the fixing section and passes between the heat roller
and the press roller. A constant pressure is applied between the heat roller and the press
roller by the fixing press spring and the toner transferred is fixed on the paper by the heat
and pressure applied from each roller.
Fixing heater M (H1) heats the center of the heat roller and fixing heater S (H2) heats the
ends of the heat roller.
The oil roller cleans the surface of the heat roller to prevent the paper from wrapping around
the heat roller.
After fixing, the paper is separated from the heat roller by the separation claws and ejected
to outside of the machine via the eject roller and the eject pulley.
Figure 1-3-36 Block diagram of the fixing section
CN4-8B
CN4-7B
CN4-3A
SSR2 REM
SSR1 REM
SSR3 REM
MPCB
CN2-5
FDM CLK
CN3-4
CN7-6
CN7-7
FDM REM
CN3-3
DCM1PCB
CN5-1
CN5-2
CN5-3
CN5-4
PRY1 FTSW1
FTSW2
FR*
H2 H1
+

FG
FG
FTH1
CN2-6 FTH2
CN2-7 FTH3
CN2-8 FTH4
CN2-10 ETTH
CN3-16 ESW
CN3-17
CN4-5A
CN4-5B
FPS
FFM-R
FFM-L
FFM REM
FFM H/L
*For 230 V, 50 Hz models only.
FDM
SSR2 SSR1
SSR3
*

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Heating and temperature control of heat roller and press roller
Heat roller temperature control 1
Fixing unit thermistor 1 (FTH1) detects the surface temperature around the center of the
heat roller and fixing unit thermistor 2 (FTH2) detects the surface temperature of the right
end of the heat roller.
If the temperature TPRD (surface temperature around the center of the press roller) detected
by fixing unit thermistor 3 (FTH3) becomes less than TPTH, fixing heaters M and S (H1 and
H2) are turned on to heat the heat roller. Control temperature T is controlled by the following
formula.
Control temperature T = THCON + k (TPTH TPRD)
When (TPTH TPRD) < 0, T = THCON.
THCON: heat roller control temperature
k: temperature compensation coefficient (standby: 0.33, copying: 1)
TPTH: press roller temperature threshold value
TPRD: fixing unit thermistor 3 (FTH3) temperature (surface temperature around
the center of the press roller)
Figure 1-3-37 Fixing temperature control
Standby Standby Copy start

Copy end

T
HCON
T
PTH
90C/194F

80C/176F

Heat roller temperature

Heat roller control temperature

Press roller surface temperature

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Heat roller temperature control 2
When the temperature TETTH detected by the external temperature thermistor (ETTH) is as
in the table, the control temperatures are changed to prevent poor fixing. If the ambient
temperature is below 15C/59F, fixing is not performed sufficiently, and if greater than
30C/86F, the image may be blurred.
The heat roller control temperature and the press roller temperature threshold value must
be changed as follows depending on the paper used (plain paper, tracing paper, or film) to
prevent poor fixing.
External temperature thermistor
detection temperature
Primary stabilization
temperature
Secondary stabilization
temperature
TETTH 15C/59F 145C/293F 165C/329F
15C/59F < TETTH < 30C/86F 165C/329F 155C/311F
30C/86F TETTH 165C/329F 155C/311F
External tempera-
ture thermistor
detection
temperature
Heat roller control
temperature
Press roller temperature
threshold value
TETTH 15C/59F
155C/
311F
15C/59F < TETTH
< 30C/86F
30C/86F TETTH
Plain
paper
Tracing
paper
Film Plain
paper
Tracing
paper
Film
150C/
302F
155C/
311F
105C/
221F
100C/
212F
105C/
221F
150C/
302F
145C/
293F
150C/
302F
145C/
293F
140C/
284F
145C/
293F
105C/
221F
100C/
212F
105C/
221F
105C/
221F
100C/
212F
105C/
221F
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1-3-45
Press roller temperature control 1
If the surface temperature of the press roller is less than its minimum value or the surface
temperature between the heat roller side and on the opposite side is different, fixing
problems may occur. Therefore, the following control is performed to keep the surface
temperature of the press roller constant.
In ready status, if the fixing unit thermistor 3 (FTH3) temperature (temperature around the
center of the press roller) becomes less than 80C/176F, fixing heaters M and S (H1 and
H2) are turned on. The fixing drive motor (FDM) is then turned on at low speed to increase
the surface temperature of the press roller. When the temperature of fixing unit thermistor
3 (FTH3) reaches 90C/194F, fixing heaters M and S (H1 and H2) and the fixing drive motor
(FDM) are turned off. By repeating these operations, the surface temperature of the press
roller is maintained between 80C/176F and 90C/194F.
Press roller temperature control 2
When copies are made with small-size paper, the press roller temperature becomes higher
at the ends where no paper passes than around the center where paper passes. This
causes the ends of the press roller to swell, reducing the paper conveying force around the
center.
After copying is completed, the fixing unit thermistor 3 (FTH3) temperature (temperature
around the center of the press roller) is compared to the fixing unit thermistor 4 (FTH4)
temperature (temperature at the right end of the press roller), and the fixing drive motor
(FDM) speed is corrected in proportion to the temperature difference to prevent the paper
conveying speed from decreasing in the fixing unit.
Figure 1-3-38 Heat roller and press roller temperature detection
Fixing heater M

Fixing heater S
Fixing unit thermistor 1

Fixing unit thermistor 3

Fixing unit thermistor 2

Fixing unit thermistor 4


Heat roller

Press roller

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CONTENTS
2-1 Electrical Parts Layout
2-1-1 Electrical parts layout .......................................................................... 2-1-1
340-3
2-1-1
2-1-1 Electrical parts layout
Figure 2-1-1 Printed circuit boards
8
11
15 22
24
14
10
6

13
4
2
9
1
3
5 16
21
18
19

7
12
17
20
Machine left Machine inside Machine right
Right frame Left frame
Machine rear
23
1. Main PCB (MPCB) ............................................. Output control for image
processing and LED printhead
(LPH) and control of other
electrical components.
2. ISU PCB (ISUPCB) ............................................ Digital conversion of data from
the contact image sensor (CIS)
and data correction.
340-3
2-1-2
3. LPHROM PCB (LPHROMPCB) ......................... Stores LPH light intensity
correction data.
4. Operation unit PCB (OPCB) .............................. Consists of operation keys,
display LEDs and LCD.
5. Servo motor control 1 PCB (DCM1PCB) ........... Drive control of the drive motor,
drum motor and fixing drive motor.
6. Servo motor control 2 PCB (DCM2PCB) ........... Drive control of the original feed
motor and paper feed motor.
7. Power source PCB (PSPCB) ............................. Output of 24 V, 5 V DC and
12 V DC supplies.
8. LPH power supply PCB (LPHPSPCB) ............... Converts 24 V DC into 5 V DC
and supplies 5 V DC to LPH.
9. Output PCB (OPPCB)........................................ Powers roll unit heaters,
dehumidifier, fluorescent lamp
heater, pre-charging lamp and
post-transfer lamp, and distributes
24 V DC supply to multiple
destinations.
10. Drum potential sensor PCB (DPSPCB) ............. Detection of input to the drum
potential sensor.
11. Inverter PCB (INPCB) ........................................ Output of DC supply to the
fluorescent lamp.
12. Backup PCB (BUPCB) ....................................... Stores various setting data.
13. Main high-voltage transformer (MHVT) ............. Generates a high voltage for main
charging.
14. ST high-voltage transformer (STHVT) ............... Generates a high voltage for
transfer and separation charging.
15. Developing bias high-voltage transformer
(DBHVT) ............................................................ Generates a developing bias
voltage.
16. Solid state relay 1 (SSR1) ................................. Turns power supply to fixing
heater M on and off.
17. Solid state relay 2 (SSR2) ................................. Turns power supply to fixing
heater S on and off.
18. Power relay 1 (PRY1) ........................................ Turns AC power supply on and
off.
19. Power relay 2 (PRY2) ........................................ Turns 24 V DC supply on and off.
20. Power relay 3 (PRY3) ........................................ Turns 24 V DC supply on and off.
21. Noise filter (NF) .................................................. Reduces noise on the power
supply line.
22. Dehumidifier PCB (DRPCB) .............................. Supplies 24 V DC to the
dehumidifiers.
23.* Flicker resistor (FR) ........................................... Regulates surge current flowing
into the fixing heater M.
24.* Solid state relay 3 (SSR3) ................................. Short-circuits the flicker resistor.
*For 230 V, 50 Hz models only.
340-3
2-1-3
1. Main switch (MSW) ............................................ Turns AC power supply to the
power source PCB on and off.
2. Safety switch 1 (SSW1) ..................................... Forms a safety circuit when the
left front cover is open.
3. Safety switch 2 (SSW2) ..................................... Forms a safety circuit when the
right front cover is open.
4. Safety switch 3 (SSW3) ..................................... Forms a safety circuit when the
right cover is open.
5. Safety switch 4 (SSW4) ..................................... Forms a safety circuit when the
main unit is open.
6. Safety switch 5 (SSW5) ..................................... Forms a safety circuit when the
main unit is open.
7
8
5
12
10 9
6
2,3
1
4
47
40
48
49
41
42
39
18,27,28
17,25,26
11
16,23,24
37,38
13,43 35,36
30,31
14
45
34,44
Machine left Machine inside Machine right
21,22
29 46
33

19
20
32
15
Figure 2-1-2 Switches and sensors (1)
340-3
2-1-4
7. Safety switch 6 (SSW6) ..................................... Forms a safety circuit when the
upper rear cover is open.
8. Original holding section switch (OHSW) ............ Detects that the original holding
section is open.
9. Bypass timing switch (BYPTIMSW) ................... Control of bypass registration
clutch.
10. Bypass registration switch (BYPRSW) .............. Detection of leading edge of
paper from the bypass table,
control of paper feed motor and
bypass registration clutch, and
detection of paper jams in the
bypass feed section.
7
8
5
12
10 9
6
2,3
1
4
47
40
48
49
41
42
39
18,27,28
17,25,26
11
16,23,24
37,38
13,43 35,36
30,31
14
45
34,44
Machine left Machine inside Machine right
21,22
29 46
33

19
20
32
15
Figure 2-1-3 Switches and sensors (2)
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2-1-5
11. Registration switch (RSW) ................................. Control of paper feed motor, drive
motor, fixing drive motor, feed
clutch, roll paper conveying clutch
and registration clutch and
detection of paper jams.
12. Paper conveying switch (PCSW) ....................... Control of separation claw
solenoid and detection of paper
jams.
13. Eject switch (ESW) ............................................ Control of drive motor, fixing drive
motor and fixing unit fan motor,
and detection of paper jams.
14. Original trailing edge detection switch
(OTDSW) ........................................................... Detection of document passage
timing, control of drive motor,
fixing drive motor, paper feed
motor, paper feed clutch, roll
paper conveying clutch,
registration clutch, bypass
registration clutch and cutter
clutch, and detection of original
jams.
15. Original leading edge detection switch
(OLDSW) ........................................................... Detection of original insertion and
control of original feed motor and
original feed clutch.
16. Upper roll paper leading edge detection
switch (RLDSW-U) ............................................. Detection of paper leading edge
home position, control of upper
feed clutch and upper roll winding
clutch, and detection of paper
jams.
17. Middle roll paper leading edge detection
switch (RLDSW-M) ............................................ Detection of paper leading edge
home position, control of middle
feed clutch and middle roll
winding clutch, and detection of
paper jams.
18. Lower roll paper leading edge detection
switch (RLDSW-L)
*1
.......................................................... Detection of paper leading edge
home position, control of lower
feed clutch and lower roll winding
clutch, and detection of paper
jams.
19. Cutter home position switch 1 (CHPSW1) ......... Detection of cutter home position.
20. Cutter home position switch 2 (CHPSW2) ......... Detection of cutter home position.
21. Original size switch 1 (OSSW1) ......................... Detection of original size.
22. Original size switch 2 (OSSW2) ......................... Detection of original size.
*1 Optional.
340-3
2-1-6
23. Upper paper size switch 1 (PSSW1-U) .............. Detection of paper size in the 1st
roller unit.
24. Upper paper size switch 2 (PSSW2-U) .............. Detection of paper size in the 1st
roller unit.
25. Middle paper size switch 1 (PSSW1-M) ............ Detection of paper size in the 2nd
roller unit.
26. Middle paper size switch 2 (PSSW2-M) ............ Detection of paper size in the 2nd
roller unit.
27. Lower paper size switch 1 (PSSW1-L)
*1
................. Detection of paper size in the 3rd
roller unit.
7
8
5
12
10 9
6
2,3
1
4
47
40
48
49
41
42
39
18,27,28
17,25,26
11
16,23,24
37,38
13,43 35,36
30,31
14
45
34,44
Machine left Machine inside Machine right
21,22
29 46
33

19
20
32
15
Figure 2-1-4 Switches and sensors (3)
*1 Optional.
340-3
2-1-7
28. Lower paper size switch 2 (PSSW2-L)
*1
................. Detection of paper size in the 3rd
roller unit.
29. Waste toner tank detection switch
(TDTDSW) ......................................................... Detects presence of the waste
toner tank.
30. Fixing unit thermal switch 1 (FTSW1) ................ Forms the fixing heater M and S
safety circuits.
31. Fixing unit thermal switch 2 (FTSW2) ................ Forms the fixing heater M and S
safety circuits.
32. Fluorescent lamp thermistor (FLTH) .................. Detection of temperature in
vicinity of fluorescent lamp.
33. Dehumidifier switch (DRSW) ............................. Turns AC power supply to the
dehumidifier PCB on and off.
34. Developing unit thermistor (DTH) ...................... Detection of temperature in
vicinity of developing unit.
35. Fixing unit thermistor 1 (FTH1) .......................... Detection of temperature of heat
roller at the center.
36. Fixing unit thermistor 2 (FTH2) .......................... Detection of temperature of heat
roller at right end.
37. Fixing unit thermistor 3 (FTH3) .......................... Detection of temperature of press
roller at the center.
38. Fixing unit thermistor 4 (FTH4) .......................... Detection of temperature of press
roller at right end.
39. External temperature thermistor (ETTH) ........... Detection of external (ambient)
temperature.
40. Upper pulse sensor (PS-U) ................................ Detection of paper-out or paper
jam on 1st roller unit.
41. Middle pulse sensor (PS-M) .............................. Detection of paper-out or paper
jam on 2nd roll unit.
42. Lower pulse sensor (PS-L)
*1
......................................... Detection of paper-out or paper
jam on 3rd roller unit (option).
43. Fixing unit pulse sensor (FPS) ........................... Detection of paper jam in fixing
unit.
44. Toner sensor (TNS) ........................................... Detection of toner density in
developing unit.
45. Drum potential sensor (DPS) ............................. Detection of drum surface
potential.
46. Overflow sensor (OFS) ...................................... Detection of overflow of toner
collected in the waste toner tank.
47. Upper roll heater switch (RHSW-U)
*2
....................... Upper roller unit heater in use/not
in use.
48. Middle roll heater switch (RHSW-M)
*2
..................... Middle roll unit heater in use/not in
use.
49. Lower roll heater switch (RHSW-L)
*1
........................ Lower roll unit heater in use/not in
use.
*1 Optional.
*2 Optional for 220 240 V models.
340-1
2-1-8
3
1
4
11,12
2
8
5
6
7
9,10
Machine left Machine inside Machine right
Figure 2-1-5 Motors
340
2-1-9
1. Drive motor (DM) ............................................... Drives developing unit and
transfer unit.
2. Original feed motor (OFM) ................................. Drives original feed unit.
3. Paper feed motor (PFM) .................................... Drives paper feed unit.
4. Fixing drive motor (FDM) ................................... Drives fixing unit.
5. Drum motor (DRM) ............................................ Drives the drum section.
6. Toner feed motor (TM) ....................................... Supplies of toner.
7. Paper conveying fan motor (PCFM) .................. Assistance of paper conveying,
and heat exhaust.
8. Cooling fan motor (CFM) ................................... Heat exhaust from unit interior.
9. LPH fan motor 1 (LPHFM1) ............................... Cools LED printhead (LPH).
10. LPH fan motor 2 (LPHFM2) ............................... Cools LED printhead (LPH).
11. Right fixing unit fan motor (FFM-R) ................... Heat exhaust in fixing unit.
12. Left fixing unit fan motor (FFM-L) ...................... Heat exhaust in fixing unit.
340-1
2-1-10
25
7
4
8
22
5
23
6
24
10
9
3
2
27
19
26
17
12,13
11
1
14,18
15
16
20,21
Machine left Machine inside Machine right
Figure 2-1-6 Others
1. Original feed clutch (OFCL) ............................... Original feed (control of original
feed roller rotation).
2. Registration clutch (RCL) ................................... Secondary feed of paper fed from
roll unit (control of registration
roller rotation).
3. Roll paper conveying clutch (RPCCL) ............... Conveying paper fed from roll unit
(rotation control of front roll paper
conveying roller).
4. Upper roll winding clutch (RWCL-U) .................. Winding of paper roll (control of
1st roll unit paper roll shaft
rotation).
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2-1-11
5. Middle roll winding clutch (RWCL-M)................. Winding of paper roll (control of
2nd roll unit paper roll shaft
rotation).
6. Lower roll winding clutch (RWCL-L)
*1
...................... Winding of paper roll (control of
3rd roll unit paper roll shaft
rotation).
7. Bypass registration clutch (BYPRCL) ................ Secondary paper feed during
manual insertion (control of
bypass registration roller rotation).
8. Upper feed clutch (FCL-U) ................................. Primary paper roll feed from 1st
roll unit (control of roll paper feed
lower roller A rotation).
9. Middle feed clutch (FCL-M) ............................... Primary paper roll feed from 2nd
roll unit (control of roll paper
conveying rear roller B rotation).
10. Lower feed clutch (FCL-L)
*1
.......................................... Primary paper feed from 3rd roll
unit (option) (control of roll paper
conveying rear roller B rotation).
11. Cutter clutch (CCL) ............................................ Cutter operation.
12. Cleaning solenoid (CSOL) ................................. Cleaning blade operation.
13. Separation claw solenoid (SSOL) ...................... Operation of separation claws.
14. Fluorescent lamp (FL) ........................................ Exposues of original.
15. Contact image sensor (CIS) .............................. Converts original data into analog
signal and outputs it.
16. LED printhead (LPH) ......................................... Forms an image using the data
from the original on drum surface
via LED illumination.
17. Ready lamp (R-Lamp) ....................................... Indicates that copying is possible.
18. Fluorescent lamp heater (FLH) .......................... Maintains temperature of
fluorescent lamp.
19. Dehumidifier (DH) .............................................. Prevents condensation on drum.
20. Fixing heater M (H1) .......................................... Heats the center of the heat roller.
21. Fixing heater S (H2) ........................................... Heats both ends of the heat roller.
22. Upper roll unit heater (RH-U)
*2
.................................... Dehumidifies paper in 1st roll unit.
23. Middle roll unit heater (RH-M)
*2
................................... Dehumidifies paper in 2nd roll
unit.
24. Lower roll unit heater (RH-L)
*1
..................................... Dehumidifies paper in 3rd roll unit
(optional).
25. Total counter (TC) .............................................. Displays number of copies.
26. Pre-charging lamp (PCHL) ................................ Improves evenness of charging
(main charging).
27. Post-transfer lamp (RTL) ................................... Removes residual charge on
drum.
*1 Optional.
*2 Optional for 220 240 V models.
1-1-13
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CONTENTS
2-2 Detection of Paper Misfeed
2-2-1 Paper misfeed detection ..................................................................... 2-2-1
2-2-2 Paper misfeed detection conditions .................................................... 2-2-2
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2-2-1
2-2-1 Paper misfeed detection
When a paper jam occurs, the copier immediately stops copying and the display on the
operation unit shows a code consisting of J followed by a number between 01 and 06,
indicating the location of the jam.
Paper jam counts sorted by the detecting conditions can be checked by simulation 74.
To remove paper jammed in the copier, open the front covers and take out a roll unit, or open
the main unit, fixing unit, or original holding section.
To reset the paper misfeed detection, open and close the front covers, main unit, right cover,
upper rear cover or original holding section to turn safety switches 1 & 2, 4 & 5, 3, 6 or the
original holding section switch off and on, respectively.
Metric
Inch
J-01: paper feed section (1st roll unit)
J-02: paper feed section (2nd roll unit)
J-03: paper feed section (3rd roll unit*
1
)
J-04: paper feed section (bypass paper feed section)
J-05: original feed section
J-06: inside the copier main unit
*1 Optional.
Figure 2-2-1 Misfeed indication
PAPER MISFEED
OPEN FRONT COVERS.
J-02
Paper jam
Open front covers
J-02
340-1
2-2-2
2-2-2 Paper misfeed detection conditions
Figure 2-2-2 Misfeed detection
OLDSW
OFCL
PCSW
BYPRSW
BYPRCL
RCL
RSW
FCL-M
FCL-L
OTDSW
ESW
FPS
CCL
FCL-U
340
2-2-3
FCL-U
RSW
2720 ms
On
Off
On
Off
1. Paper jam in the paper feed section (1st roll unit): J-01
When the new paper roll is wound up (first paper feed), the registration switch (RSW)
does not turn on within 2720 ms after the upper feed clutch (FCL-U) has turned on.
Timing chart 2-2-1
When the paper roll need not be wound up (from the second sheet), the registration
switch (RSW) does not turn on within 936 ms after the upper feed clutch (FCL-U) has
turned on.
Timing chart 2-2-2
2. Paper jam in the paper feed section (2nd roll unit): J-02
When the new paper roll is wound up (first paper feed), the registration switch (RSW)
does not turn on within 3632 ms after the middle feed clutch (FCL-M) has turned on.
Timing chart 2-2-3
When the paper roll need not be wound up (from the second sheet), the registration
switch (RSW) does not turn on within 936 ms after the middle feed clutch (FCL-M) has
turned on.
Timing chart 2-2-4
FCL-U
RSW
936 ms
On
Off
On
Off
FCL-M
RSW
3632 ms
On
Off
On
Off
FCL-M
RSW
936 ms
On
Off
On
Off
340
2-2-4
3. Paper jam in the paper feed section (3rd roll unit): J-03
When the new paper roll is wound up (first paper feed), the registration switch (RSW)
does not turn on within 6380 ms after the lower feed clutch (FCL-L) has turned on.
Timing chart 2-2-5
When the paper roll need not be wound up (from the second sheet), the registration
switch (RSW) does not turn on within 936 ms after the lower feed clutch (FCL-L) has
turned on.
Timing chart 2-2-6
4. Paper jam in the paper feed section (bypass paper feed section): J-04
The bypass registration switch (BYPRSW) is on when the main switch (MSW) is turned
on or during ready mode.
FCL-L
RSW
6380 ms
On
Off
On
Off
FCL-L
RSW
936 ms
On
Off
On
Off
340
2-2-5
5. Paper jam in the original feed section: J-05
The original trailing edge detection switch (OTDSW) does not turn on within 3 s after the
original feed motor (OFM) has turned on to start original feed.
The original leading edge detection switch (OLDSW) stays off 1 s after the original
trailing edge detection switch (OTDSW) has turned on.
Timing chart 2-2-7
The original trailing edge detection switch (OTDSW) stays off when the original feed
clutch (OFCL) turns on during original read-in control.
The original trailing edge detection switch (OTDSW) does not turn off within 3500 ms
after the original leading edge detection switch (OLDSW) has turned off during original
read-in control.
Timing chart 2-2-8
The original leading edge and trailing edge detection switches (OLDSW and OTDSW)
are off 2500 ms after the original feed motor (OFM) has started to reverse during original
read-in control.
Timing chart 2-2-9
The original trailing edge detection switch (OTDSW) is on when the job stop/roll cut key
is pressed.
OTDSW
OFM
640 ms
On
Off
On
Off
OLDSW
3 s
1 s
Off
On
OTDSW
OFCL
3500 ms
On
Off
On
Off
OLDSW

Off
On
OTDSW
OFM
2500 ms
On
Off
Reverse
Forward
OLDSW

Off
On
340-1
2-2-6
6. Paper jam inside the copier main unit: J-06
The registration switch (RSW), paper conveying switch (PCSW) or eject switch (ESW)
is on when the main switch (MSW) is turned on or during ready mode.
The paper conveying switch (PCSW) does not turn on within 3392 ms after the
registration clutch (RCL) has turned on.
Timing chart 2-2-10
The eject switch (ESW) does not turn on within 3752 ms after the paper conveying switch
(PCSW) has turned on.
Timing chart 2-2-11
The registration switch (RSW) does not turn off within 2240 ms after the cutter clutch
(CCL) has turned on.
Timing chart 2-2-12
RCL
PCSW
3392 ms
On
Off
On
Off
PCSW
ESW
3752 ms
On
Off
On
Off
CCL
RSW
2240 ms
On
Off
On
Off
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2-2-7
The eject switch (ESW) does not turn off within 8s after the registration clutch (RCL) has
turned off.
Timing chart 2-2-13
No pulse signal is detected from the fixing unit pulse sensor (FPS) for 1 s while the eject
switch (ESW) is on.
Timing chart 2-2-14
RCL
ESW
8 s
On
Off
On
Off
ESW
FPS
On
Off
On
Off
Pulse detection time
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1-1-15
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CONTENTS
2-3 Operation of the PCBs
2-3-1 Power source PCB.............................................................................. 2-3-1
(1) Noise filter circuit ......................................................................... 2-3-2
(2) Rectification/surge limiter/smoothing circuit ................................ 2-3-2
(3) Pulse width control circuit ............................................................ 2-3-3
(4) 24 V DC output/error detection circuit ......................................... 2-3-4
(5) 5 V DC output/5 V DC over-current protection circuit .................. 2-3-5
(6) Over-voltage protection circuit ..................................................... 2-3-6
2-3-2 LPH power supply PCB ...................................................................... 2-3-7
(1) Noise filter circuit ......................................................................... 2-3-7
(2) Pulse width control circuit ............................................................ 2-3-8
(3) 5 V DC output/error detection circuit ........................................... 2-3-9
2-3-3 Servo motor control 1 PCB ............................................................... 2-3-10
(1) Drive motor control circuit .......................................................... 2-3-10
(2) Fixing drive motor control circuit ................................................ 2-3-11
(3) Drum motor control circuit ......................................................... 2-3-12
2-3-4 Servo motor control 2 PCB ............................................................... 2-3-13
(1) Original feed motor control circuit .............................................. 2-3-14
(2) Paper feed motor control circuit ................................................ 2-3-15
(3) Reset circuit ............................................................................... 2-3-15
2-3-5 Main PCB.......................................................................................... 2-3-16
(1) Fixing temperature error detection circuit .................................. 2-3-17
(2) Reset circuit ............................................................................... 2-3-18
(3) Image processing unit ............................................................... 2-3-20
2-3-6 Backup PCB...................................................................................... 2-3-25
2-3-7 ISU PCB............................................................................................ 2-3-26
(1) Analog processing unit .............................................................. 2-3-27
(2) A-D conversion/AGC processing unit ........................................ 2-3-28
(3) Shading correction circuit .......................................................... 2-3-28
2-3-8 Operation unit PCB ........................................................................... 2-3-29
2-3-9 Inverter PCB ..................................................................................... 2-3-30
340
2-3-1
2-3-1 Power source PCB
Noise
filter
circuit

Rectification/
surge limiter/
smoothing circuit

FET
Photocoupler

Photocoupler

Pulse width control/


over-current
protection circuit

24 V DC
output circuit

Over-voltage
detection circuit

Error
detection circuit

AC input
Transformer

24 V DC output

5 V DC
output circuit

GND
GND
+12 V DC
12 V DC
5 V DC output

12 V DC
output circuit

Figure 2-3-1 Power source PCB block diagram


The main components of the power source PCB are the noise filter circuit, rectification/
surge limiter/smoothing circuit, pulse width control circuit, 24 V DC output circuit, 5 V DC
output circuit, 12 V DC output circuit and over-voltage and over-current protection circuits.
The power source PCB generates stable 24 V DC, 12 V DC and 5 V DC from the AC power
source.
340
2-3-2
(1) Noise filter circuit
F1
L1 L2 L3
SQ1
SQ2
SQ3
C1
C2
C5
C3
R1
C4
Figure 2-3-2 Noise filter circuit
The noise filter circuit consists of coils L1, L2 and L3 and capacitors C1, C2, C3, C4 and C5.
It prevents high-frequency noise from escaping to the outside through the AC input line. It
also prevents noise from external devices from entering this copier through the AC input
line.
(2) Rectification/surge limiter/smoothing circuit
CR1
C7
R4
D2
R2
AC
AC
D1
L4
C8
T1 1/3
Figure 2-3-3 Rectification/surge limiter/smoothing circuit
The input AC power source is full-wave-rectified by diode bridge D1 on the rectification
circuit and smoothed by smoothing capacitor C8 to be converted into the DC power source
for the switching circuit. Between the rectification and smoothing circuits, there is a surge
limiter circuit to prevent a surge current from damaging the components on the circuit when
the AC power is switched on; R2 is connected in series between the noise filter and
rectification circuits to limit a surge.
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2-3-3
(3) Pulse width control circuit
U2
3 2 7 5 4
C15
D6
T1 2/3
C16
C17
R23
Q4
R18
R19
Q3
D7
R17
C14
TP2
R20 R21
R22
C21
T1
3/3
D10
+
TP1
DCIN+
DCIN
10 9 8 1
Z9 2/2
Figure 2-3-4 Pulse width control circuit
In the pulse width control circuit, FETs Q3 and Q4 are switched on and off by the pulse
signals from the pulse width control IC U2. The current flowing into the primary side coil of
transformer T from the smoothing circuit is switched, and an e.m.f. is generated in the
secondary coil. U2 changes the duty ratio for the pulse signals switching the FETs on and
off to control the voltage output to the secondary side.
When the secondary side output voltage becomes too large, shunt regulator Z6 in the error
detection circuit of the 24 V DC output circuit conducts and photocoupler Z9 turns on. The
signal from this photocoupler is fed back to U2 which reduces the duty cycle of the pulse
signals, so reducing the output voltage.
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2-3-4
(4) 24 V DC output/error detection circuit
L11
L9
D13
R49
C34
C33
D16
C32
C31
R48
L8
R46 C27
C28
C29
C30
R47
L10
L7
D12
L6
Z9
1/2
R50
L12
R51
R52
D14
R53
D15
RV2
L13
+
C39
NC
GND
R59 C38
R57
R55
Z6
C35
R54
+
+
C36
R56
+24 V
+24 V
+24 V
GND
+24 V
+24 V
+24 V
+24 V
+24 V
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
T1

CN2-1
CN2-2
CN2-3
CN2-4
CN3-1
CN3-2
CN3-3
CN3-4
CN3-5
CN3-6
CN3-7
CN4-1
CN4-2
CN4-3
CN4-4
CN4-5
CN4-6
CN4-7
CN3-8
CN3-9
U2
Z9 2/2
5 3 2 7 5 4
10 9 8 1
Figure 2-3-5 24 V DC output/error detection circuit
In the 24 V DC output circuit, the voltage generated in the secondary coil of the transformer
is rectified by diodes D12 and D13, smoothed by choke coils L10 and L11 and capacitors
C38 and C39, and is output as 24 V DC.
The CR elements of the rectification circuit (C27, C28, R46, C29, C30, R47) and (R48, C31,
C32, R49, C33, C34) form a CR snapper circuit and absorb a rectification voltage surge.
Chokes L6, L7, L8 and L9 connected in series with the diodes form a magnetic spanner and
absorb a rectification current surge. These components reduce the high-frequency
rectification noise.
In the error detection circuit, a voltage fluctuation in the 24 V DC output is detected by shunt
regulator Z6 and the voltage fluctuation is isolated with photocoupler Z9 and fed back to U2
of the pulse width control circuit.
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2-3-5
(5) 5 V DC output/5 V DC over-current protection circuit
D20
+ +
U3
1 2 3 4 5
6
7
+
R63
C43
C41
C42
R60 D17
C40
C37
L14
R61
Q5
L15
R62
L13
+5.1 V
+5.1 V
+5.1 V
+5.1 V
+5.1 V
+5.1 V
+5.1 V
+5.1 V
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
CN5-1
CN5-2
CN5-3
CN5-4
CN5-5
CN5-6
CN5-7
CN6-1
CN6-2
CN6-3
CN6-4
CN6-5
CN6-6
CN6-7
CN6-8
CN5-8
24 V DC
Figure 2-3-6 5 V DC output/5 V DC over-current protection circuit
The 5 V DC output circuit reduces the smoothed 24 V DC from the 24 V DC output circuit
to 5 V DC.
The current for the output from the 24 V DC output circuit is stabilized by choke coil L13 and
smoothing capacitors C37 and C40, and is fed to the 5 V DC output circuit. In the 5 V DC
output circuit, FET Q5 is switched on and off by switching regulator IC U3 so that the output
voltage becomes 5 V DC. This output voltage is smoothed by choke coil L15 and smoothing
capacitor C43 and is output. U3 also monitors the voltage drop generated across resistor
R62 by the current flowing in the 5 V DC output circuit. If the current is too high and the
voltage drop across R62 becomes too large, U3 cuts off the 5 V DC output to protect the
power source PCB.
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(6) Over-voltage protection circuit
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
R88
R87
R86
R83
R84
R85 C50 Z12
3/4
Z12
4/4
C52
R89
UV UV
UV UV
R74
R70
R75
C49
Z12
1/4
Z12
2/4
R82
R81
R80
Z11
C51
+
R72 R73
D28
R71
R68
R67
R69
D27
Z10
1/2
R76
C53
R77 R78
R79
+
C48
D33
+5 V
+24 V
D32 D31 D30 D29
D26 D25
+
C47
D23
Z8
Z7
D21
R65
D24
+
C46
R66
L17
D19
D18
D20
+
L16
C44
R64
D22
C45
+
+12 V
12 V
GND
C54
U2
R45
Z10
2/2
5 3 2 7 5 4
10 9 8 1
CN7-1
CN7-2
CN7-3
Figure 2-3-7 Over-voltage protection circuit
24 V DC, 5 V DC and 12 V DC from the respective output circuits are applied to comparator
Z12. When any output voltage increases to exceed the reference voltage at Z12, photocoupler
Z10 turns on, which causes U2 of the pulse width control circuit to turn the FETs off to protect
the circuit from over-voltage.
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2-3-2 LPH power supply PCB
Noise
filter
circuit

FET
Photocoupler
Photocoupler
Pulse width control/
over-current
protection circuit

5 V DC
output circuit

Over-voltage
detection circuit

Error
detection circuit

Transformer 5 V DC output

GND
24 V DC
GND
Figure 2-3-8 LPH power supply PCB block diagram
The LPH power supply PCB consists of noise filter, pulse width control, 5 V DC output, over-
voltage and over-current protection circuits and generates stable 5 V DC.
.
(1) Noise filter circuit
1
2
3
+
NC
-
CN-A
D1 F1
C1
L1
Figure 2-3-9 Noise filter circuit
The noise filter circuit consists of coil L1 and capacitors C1 and C2. It prevents high-
frequency noise from escaping to the outside through the AC line. It also prevents noise from
external devices from entering this copier through the AC input line.
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(2) Pulse width control circuit
P4
D2
D3
T1 2/3
C5
DCIN+
DCIN
C9
C8
R2
R3
P3
R4
R6
R5
R7
Q1
+ +
D4
D5
D8
R9
R10
R15
R16
R17
D7 D6
C10
R12
Z3 2/2
C11
C12
+
C14
R14
C13
R13
Z2 2/2
Z1
8
1 2 3 4
7 6 5
R11
P1
P2
T1 3/3
C6
R8
C7
T1 1/3
Figure 2-3-10 Pulse width control circuit
In the pulse width control circuit, FET Q1 is switched on and off by the pulse signals from
the pulse width control IC Z1. The current flowing into the primary side coil of transformer
T from the smoothing circuit is switched, and an e.m.f. is generated in the secondary coil.
Z1 changes the duty ratio for the pulse signals switching the FET on and off to control the
voltage output to the secondary side.
When the secondary side output voltage becomes too large, shunt regulator Z4 in the error
detection circuit on the 5 V DC output circuit conducts and photocoupler Z2 turns on. The
signal from this photocoupler is fed back to Z1 which reduces the duty cycle of the pulse
signals, so reducing the output voltage.
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(3) 5 V DC output/error detection circuit
R25
R23
R22
C23
R30 R28
R24
S1
L3
D9
L4
R19
C18 C19
C17
R18 C15 C16
+
C20 C21 R20
+
+
L2
Z2
1/2
Z4
R21
RV1
C22
R26
R32
D10
TS1
Z3
1/2
R31
R27
Z5
R29
C24
L5
C25
+
CN-B
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
+5 V
GND
Figure 2-3-11 5 V DC output/error detection circuit
The 5 V DC output circuit rectifies the voltage generated on the transformer secondary coil
using diode D9, smoothes it using choke coil L2 and capacitors C19 and C20 and outputs
it as 5 V DC.
The CR elements of the rectification circuit (C15, C16, R18, C17, C18, R19) form a CR
snapper circuit and absorb a rectification voltage surge. Chokes L3 and L4 connected in
series with the diode form a magnetic spanner and absorb a rectification current surge.
These components reduce the high-frequency rectification noise.
In the error detection circuit, a voltage fluctuation in the 5 V DC output is detected by shunt
regulator Z4 and the voltage fluctuation is isolated with photocoupler Z2 and fed back to Z1
of the pulse width control circuit.
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2-3-3 Servo motor control 1 PCB
Servo motor control 1 PCB consists of drive motor control circuit, fixing drive motor control
circuit and drum motor control circuit, all independent from each other.
(1) Drive motor control circuit
The drive motor control circuit is composed of the components as shown in Figure 2-3-12
to control the rotation of the drive motor.
CN3- 1 CN1 - 1
CN3 - 2
CN1 - 3
CN1 - 4
CN1 - 2
DM REM
DM CLK
DM FG
DM FG
Q1
24 V
24 V
0 V
IC1
DM
1
Figure 2-3-12 Drive motor control circuit
Signal functions
DM CLK signal (CN3-2): input signal
Clock pulse which is the reference signal for drive motor control. Output from the main PCB.
DM REM signal (CN3-1): input signal
When low, the drive motor (DM) is on.
DM FG signal (CN1-3), (CN1-4): input signals
Output from the pulse generator in the drive motor, and indicates the speed of the motor.
Drive motor control
IC1 in Figure 2-3-12 compares the DM CLK signal output from the main PCB with the
frequency of the DM FG signals output from the drive motor, and outputs signal 1.
If the speed of the drive motor is too high, the frequency of DM FG is higher than that of DM
CLK, and the pulse width of signal 1 decreases. The width of the 0 V DC signal output from
CN1-2 decreases, and the speed of the drive motor drops. If the speed of the drive motor
is too low, the frequency of DM FG is less than DM CLK, and the pulse width of signal 1
increases. The width of the 0 V DC signal output from CN1-2 increases, and the speed of
the drive motor increases. This keeps the motor speed constant as the machine load varies.
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(2) Fixing drive motor control circuit
The fixing drive motor control circuit is composed of the components as shown in Figure
2-3-13 to control the rotation of the fixing drive motor.
CN3- 3 CN5 - 1
CN3 - 4
CN5 - 3
CN5 - 4
CN5 - 2
FDM REM
FDM CLK
FDM FG
FDM FG
Q3
24 V
24 V
0 V
IC3
FDM
1
Figure 2-3-13 Fixing drive motor control circuit
Signal functions
FDM CLK signal (CN3-4): input signal
Clock pulse which is the reference signal for drive motor control. Output from the main PCB.
FDM REM signal (CN3-3): input signal
When low, the fixing drive motor (FDM) is on.
FDM FG signal (CN5-3), (CN5-4): input signals
Output from the pulse generator in the fixing drive motor, and indicates the speed of the
motor.
Fixing drive motor control
IC3 in Figure 2-3-13 compares the FDM CLK signal output from the main PCB with the
frequency of the FDM FG signals output from the fixing drive motor, and outputs signal 1.
If the speed of the fixing drive motor is too high, the frequency of FDM FG is higher than that
of FDM CLK, and the pulse width of signal 1 decreases. The width of the 0 V DC signal
output from CN5-2 decreases, and the speed of the fixing drive motor drops. If the speed
of the fixing drive motor is too low, the frequency of FDM FG is less than that of FDM CLK,
and the pulse width of signal 1 increases. The width of the 0 V DC signal output from CN5-2
increases, and the speed of the fixing drive motor increases. This keeps the motor speed
constant as the machine load varies.
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(3) Drum motor control circuit
The drum motor control circuit is composed of the components as shown in Figure 2-3-14
to control the rotation of the drum motor.
CN3- 5 CN4 - 1
CN3 - 6
CN4 - 3
CN4 - 4
CN4 - 2
DRM REM
DRM CLK
DRM FG
DRM FG
Q2
24 V
24 V
0 V
IC2
DRM
1
Figure 2-3-14 Drum motor control circuit
Signal functions
DRM CLK signal (CN3-6): input signal
Clock pulse which is the reference signal for drive motor control. Output from the main PCB.
DRM REM signal (CN3-5): input signal
When low, the drum motor (DRM) is on.
DRM FG signal (CN4-3), (CN4-4): input signals
Output from the pulse generator in the drum motor, and indicates the speed of the motor.
Drum motor control
IC2 in Figure 2-3-14 compares the DRM CLK signal output from the main PCB with the
frequency of the DRM FG signals output from the drum motor, and outputs signal 1.
If the speed of the drum motor is too high, the frequency of DRM FG is higher than that of
DRM CLK, and the pulse width of signal 1 decreases. The width of the 0 V DC signal output
from CN4-2 decreases, and the speed of the drum motor drops. If the speed of the drum
motor is too low, the frequency of DRM FG is less than that of DRM CLK, and the pulse width
of signal 1 increases. The width of the 0 V DC signal output from CN4-2 increases, and
the speed of the drum motor increases. This keeps the motor speed constant as the
machine load varies.
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2-3-4 Servo motor control 2 PCB
Servo motor control 2 PCB communicates serially with the main PCB. It receives commands
from the main PCB at input terminal DCM2PCB RXD and emits data at output terminal
DCM2PCB TXD.
Main PCB
(MPCB)
DCM2PCB RXD
DCM2PCB TXD
Servo motor
control 2 PCB
(DCM2PCB)

DCM2PCB RXD: signal from main PCB to servo motor control 2 PCB
DCM2PCB TXD: signal from servo motor control 2 PCB to main PCB

Figure 2-3-15 Communication between servo motor control 2 PCB and


main PCB
Servo motor control 2 PCB consists of a CPU, external memory (ROM) and an address
latch. The CPU and ROM are connected by the address bus used to read in data and the
data bus used to transfer data from outside the PCB to the CPU. The arrows in Figure 2-3-16
show signal flow.
The CPU processes input signals in accordance with the program in ROM and outputs
control signals.
Output Input
CPU IC8

ROM IC14

Address latch IC6

Figure 2-3-16 Servo motor control 2 PCB block diagram


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(1) Original feed motor control circuit
The original feed motor control circuit consists of CPU IC8 and four FETs. The FETs turn
on to operate the original feed motor in response to the on/off signal (PWM0/P34) and the
direction signals (OFM F ON and OFM R ON). The original feed motor turns in the normal
direction to move an original into the direction of exposure. The signals control motor action
as shown below.
CPU signals
OFM F ON OFM R ON PWM0/P34
Motor action

H H
L H
H L
H, L Stops.

H Stops.
Turns in normal
direction.
Current flows
from OFM+ to OFM.

Stops.
Reverses.
Current flows from
OFM to OFM+.

L
H
L
s
s
s s
s
s
s
+

s
CN4-1
CN4-2
OFM +
OFM
R 5
OFM ON
OFM ON
1 2
R84
R83
2 1
3
2
1
1 1
5

6
7
1
1
2
2
S G
R85
R86
R71
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
10 9
9
9
9
R72
R70
8
R69
R82
3 4
IC12
IC15
IC15
IC15
IC15
2
2
2
15

IC5
7
6
5
3
3
3
3
3
3
14
4 13
R65
P G
P G
P G
P G P G
P G
P G
1 1 2 2
R64
5 12
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
11
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
R
3
R
5
2
C
R
5
0
R51
D
1
1
D
1
0
D
D
FT3
D
9
D
8
D
7
D
6
D
4
R
2
D
A
2
D
A
2
D
A
3
D
A
3
3
R
6
C
FT5
S
S
D
1
7
D
1
8
D
1
9
R
5
6
R55
R
5
4
D
2
7
D
1
3
D
2
0
D
1
4


D
1
5


FT4
R
4
D
2
6
D
1
2
R
5
3
C
2
S
G
24 V
R
5
7
D D
G
PWM0/P34
IC8
FT2
D
1
6
Figure 2-3-17 Original feed motor circuit
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(2) Paper feed motor control circuit
The paper feed motor control circuit consists of CPU IC8 and an FET. When signal PWM1/
P35 goes low, the FET turns on to drive the motor. When high, the FET turns off and the
motor stops.
When the PFM ON signal from the main PCB goes low, the paper feed motor is forced to
turn.
CN3-1
CN3-2
P G
P G
P G
P G
P G
P G
G
CN2-8
S
S
S
S
PFM +
PFM
24 V
+
-
+
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
C50
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1 1
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
DA1
DA1
FT1
R37
C1
D
S
R1
D1
D2
D3
D28
R38
R39
R40
IC5 R66 R67
IC15
16 4
R73
5 6
IC1
S G
C21
2 1
2 1
R35 R25
R15
PFM ENA
PWM1/P35
IC8 R68
C51
C52
R32
Figure 2-3-18 Paper feed motor control circuit
(3) Reset circuit
When reset signal (DCM2PCB RESET) from the main PCB goes low, or when IC3 detects
an abnormal 5 V supply, this circuit resets the CPU to prevent it from malfunctioning or
accepting invalid inputs.
s
s
CN2-5 DCM2PCB RESET
1 2
R12
1
1
1 2 2
2
R23
R33
9 8
IC2
5
4
6
1
2
IC7 IC7
3
RESET
10 11 12 13
IC2
IC2
D21
R41
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
S G S G
R43
R42
2.2u
IC3
S G
C3
3

+
+
3
V cc
Out
GND
Figure 2-3-19 Reset circuit
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2-3-5 Main PCB
MPCB
Switches
Clutches
Motors

High-voltage
transformers

Fluorescent
lamp

Original feed
motor CPU
ISU PCB
Commu-
nication
Commu-
nication
ISU PCB
ASIC
IC41
ROM
IC 83
RAM
IC 74
IC 84 IC 93
CPU
IC 111 IC 102
IC110 IC22
Battery
backup
circuit

RESET
Reset
circuit
IC118

ASIC

Operation
unit

Roll paper
feed
switches

LED
printhead
LPHROM
PCB
Image processing unit
Sensors

Analog signals

Figure 2-3-20 Main PCB block diagram


This circuit centers on the CPU (IC111) and includes the ROM and RAM, I/O control, analog
input/output, output buffer and signal level conversion, reset, communication control and
image processing unit circuits.
The CPU controls the entire system based on the data written into the SRAM (IC74, 84)
according to the control program in the ROM (IC83, 93). Driving of external electrical parts
and input of signals from them are handled by the CPU I/O ports or via the I/O ASICs (IC41,
102) connected to the CPU through the address bus and data bus. The CPU also controls
the digital processor for the image processing unit.
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(1) Fixing temperature error detection circuit
SG
R84
R85
R81
R159
C27 C26
C38
R82
R87
R83
IC 3

+
S
S
CN2-5
CN2-3
2
1
6 2 1 7
IC1A
IC20 IC20
1
IC111
CPU
FTH1
GND
SG
R455
R454
R382
R383
TR3
SG
DI31
S
CN4-17B
CN4-17A
CN4-16B
R456
R457
R458
S
3
3
2 1
2
TR2
MSW
SSW 3,4,5,6
24 V to PRY 1,2
5 V DC
5 V DC
5 V DC
5 V DC DI32

ASIC
IC41
41
42
R453

IC332Z-1
I
C
2
2
-
2
6
Figure 2-3-21 Fixing temperature error detection circuit
The voltage from fixing thermistor 1 FTH1, which changes with the temperature, is input to
terminal 1 of CPU IC111 and converted from analog to digital. This data is compared with
the conditions for displaying a service call C641 to determine if there is a fixing temperature
error.
The voltage from FTH1 is input to the inverting input terminal of comparator IC3. The
reference voltage formed by dividing 5 V DC across resistors R85 and R87 is input to the
non-inverting input terminal. Normally, the voltage input from fixing unit thermistor 1 is
higher than the reference voltage, so the IC3 output voltage is low. When the temperature
of the fixing section is abnormally high, the voltage from FTH1 drops below the reference
voltage, so the voltage at the output of IC3 goes high. This high level voltage passes through
a 2-stage Schmitt trigger IC20 to be shaped. The output from IC20 is input to terminal 2 of
NAND gate IC1A.
The main switch on signal (low level) is constantly input to terminal 2 of the NAND gate and
when pin 3 goes high, the high-level voltage is output at terminal 1. This output voltage is
converted to 24 V DC by driver IC TR3 and input to the base of power relay drive transistor
TR2 to force TR2 off. When TR2 turns off, power feed to the power relays PRY1, 2 is cut
to turn them off.
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(2) Reset circuit
SG
WD
TC
ADJ
VCC
NC
_RES2
_RES1
GND
SG SG
1 2 3 4
S
+
S
S
1
2
4
8
7
6
5
3
R362
R361
C137
C136
IC119 IC119
CP93
IC118
5 V DC
5 V DC
5 V DC
2
IC102
ASIC
2
70
IC41
ASIC
28
IC111
CPU
RST
WD
IC40-2
R
E
S
E
T

9 8 11 10 13 12
IC119 IC119 IC119
IC40-1
IC132-5
IC39-5
3 4
IC119
Figure 2-3-22 Reset circuit
The reset circuit is comprised of system reset IC118 and peripheral circuits. When the CPU
operates abnormally, when the power is switched on, or when the power source voltage
drops, this circuit outputs a reset signal to the CPU to prevent CPU malfunction.
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System reset IC operation timing
4.25 V
4 V
2 V
0 V
0 V
0 V
0 V
RES1
WD
TC
Vcc
12 3 6
5
4
Figure 2-3-23 System reset IC operation timing
1 When the power is switched on and the 5-V-DC power source voltage rises to 4.25 V,
the potential of capacitor C137 connected to the TC pin of IC118 rises.
2 As the charging of C137 continues and the potential of the TC pin rises to 2 V, the output
level of the RES1 pin goes high. When the potential reaches 4 V, the pin goes low and
C137 is discharged.
3 When the potential of the TC pin has dropped to 2 V as C137 discharges, RES1 goes
high again.
4 Until the clock signal is input to the WD pin from the ASIC IC41, IC118 repeats the above
operation. When the clock signal is received, C137 is discharged while C118 clock
signal is high.
5 When the CPU operates normally, the clock signal is always input before the potential
of TC reaches 4 V in step 2, so RES1 remains high and is always kept high while the
system is operating normally. If the CPU has a problem, and the clock is no longer input
with the normal timing, the potential of IC137 rises to 4 V and RES1 goes low. This RES1
signal goes through the 2-stage or 4-stage inverter IC119 and is input to the CPU and
ASIC reset pins, resetting the CPU automatically.
6 When the 5-V-DC power source voltage drops to 4.25 V, RES1 goes low and the CPU
is reset.
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(3) Image processing unit
The image processing unit consists of an LSI exclusive for image processing (ASIC IC121,
112, 150, 103, 61, 100, 89 and 99). The IPU circuit receives 8-bit image signal (256 tone
levels) digitized in the ISU PCB, edits the data into 5-bit signals (32 levels) and sends them
to the LED printhead.
Job control and data setting for each ASIC are assigned by the CPU. Auto exposure control
and original size detection that were conducted by employing a halogen lamp with variable
light intensity on previous copiers are performed by controlling the digital image signals in
the IPU circuit on this machine.
IC103
IC99
IC112
IC121
IC114
IC61
IC150
IC104
IC105
Zoom processing
Input processing
Line correction
F I F O
ISU PCB

Filter processing
C P U
Grayscale correction
processing
IC100
IC111
IC89
LED printhead

LED printhead
AE processing
SRAM
SRAM1
SRAM2
SRAM
F
I
F
O
SRAM
IC135.136
IC87.88 IC78
IC64.67.79.80
IC42.43.44.60
Expansion
interface 1

Expansion
interface 2

Timing control
SRAM
1-7
IC106.113
IC122.123
IC137.138
IC139
F I F O
control
Figure 2-3-24 Image processing unit (IPU) block diagram
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Input processing unit
Eight-bit image data from the ISU PCB is read into line FIFO memory (C114) line by line.
Holding data of a total of 7 lines via SRAMs (IC106, 113, 122, 123, 137, 138 and 139), IC121
conducts correction of the current line using the data of three lines on each side of it to
eliminate any shift of the image in the sub scanning direction. Eight-bit image data is
subjected to correction and black-and-while reversal at IC112.
After that, the image data is sent to the zoom processing unit.
ISU PCB
MPCB
S
P
G
T

T
C
L
O
C
K

I
S
U
D
(
7

:

0
)
R
E
S
E
T

D
S
S
O
-

A
L
E

A
(
7

:

1
)

D
(
7

:

0
)

W
R

:

R
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IC112
IC121
IC104
IC105
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Differential IC
FIFO(5KB)
RESET
HSYNC
SCLK
BE
MRE
CPU control

Input processing ID(7 : 0)


correction
MB interface PD
Black-and-white
reversal
Address
control
SRAM1(8KB)
SRAM2(32KB)
correction
table
table selection,
1-line memory
Zoom processing

SRAM
1-7
IC106.113
IC122.123
IC137.138
IC139
Figure 2-3-25 Input processing unit block diagram
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correction
8-kbyte SRAM 1 (IC104) is used for correction where a table is selected for each pixel
out of the 32 tables (8k/256). The table data is stored in 32-kbyte SRAM 2 (IC105) to be
used for selection of the table to be read out of SRAM 1 (IC104).
There are two modes available and can be selected via a register: one where a table is
selected for every pixel and the other where it is fixed once selected.
Black-and-white reversal
Black-and-white reversal is carried out by converting each 8-bit pixel data between 0 and
1 for each bit.
0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0
1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1
1: Black pixel
0: White pixel

Main scanning direction

Black-and-white
reversal

AE processing unit
Histograms of image data output from the input processing unit (IC112) are generated in
the AE processing unit (IC150).
Based on sampled image data for the A4R/11" 8
1/
2" original, a histogram is created by
analyzing the data into 20 levels based on the line memory darkness data. The CPU selects
the optimum dither matrix data based on this histogram.
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Zoom processing unit
Processing for enlargement or reduction in the main scanning direction in zoom mode or
processing in the main scanning direction in independent zoom mode is conducted at the
zoom processing unit (IC103) based on the magnification ratio data computed by the CPU.
Then pixel data is added or deleted at certain intervals to determine the actual enlargement
or reduction.
Enlargement or reduction in the sub scanning direction is controlled by changing the original
feed motor rotational speed which is done by servo motor control 2 PCB based on the
magnification ratio data from the operation unit PCB.
Reduction
Image data from the input processing unit (IC112) is sent to the zoom processing unit
(IC103) where a clock is generated by extending the image clock by a certain interval. The
image data at IC103 is written line by line into SRAM using this newly created clock.
Because of this, the image data in the SRAM has lost pixels at the certain intervals. When
the data is read out of the SRAM sequentially using the image clock, line image data seems
to be reduced.
Enlargement
Image data from the input processing unit (IC112) is sent to the zoom processing unit
(IC103) where a clock is generated by extending the image clock by a certain interval. IC103
then writes this image data into SRAM line by line. The image data is read out of the SRAM
in synch with the newly created clock. Because of this clock, some of the pixels of the image
data stay on the data bus twice (in case of magnification ratio of 200%) as long as with the
image clock.
When this data is sampled in synch with the image clock while being read into the filter
processing unit (IC16), they are sampled twice (in case of magnification ratio of 200%) and
the line image data is now enlarged in the main scanning direction.
Image shifting
Image is shifted in the main direction by the zoom processing IC103 which changes the
image read-out start address or image read-out timing from the line memory based on the
image shift data from CPU IC111.
Mirror image
Mirror image processing in the main scanning direction is conducted by IC103 which
changes the image read-out start address from the line memory based on the image shift
data from CPU IC111 and reversing the read-out order.
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Filter processing unit
When a mode is selected on the operation panel, the CPU sets a value corresponding to
that mode on the register. This starts image differentiation or integration to make a copy as
close to the original as possible by modifying the image continuity in accordance with the
type of the original used. For example, when a photograph is used as original, integration
is conducted at the filter processing unit. Differentiation is performed for originals with text.
Integration and differentiation are conducted by IC61 and FIFO (256 kbytes 4)(IC42, 43,
44 and 60).
Tone processing unit
The tone processing unit consists of IC100 and SRAM (IC87, 88). The unit applies tone
processing to image data sent from the filter processing unit. It also conducts grayscale
modification from 256 to 32 levels for darkness control.
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2-3-6 Backup PCB
MPCB
SRAM
BUPCB
Data bus

Address bus

Control signals

Lithium
battery
backup
power
supply
unit

5 V DC

Figure 2-3-26 Backup PCB block diagram


Backup PCB (BUPCB) consists of SRAM, lithium battery BT1 and backup battery power
supply unit and is connected to the main PCB with connectors. SRAM is connected to CPU
IC111 on the main PCB via address bus, data bus and control signals. Normally the backup
PCB is driven by the 5 V DC supplied from the main PCB. Once the power is shut off, or when
the backup PCB is disconnected from the main PCB, the lithium battery (BT1) backup
supply unit takes over. The SRAM then enters the data hold mode where memory contents
are kept for extended periods of time at a power consumption rate of as low as a few A.
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2-3-7 ISU PCB
The ISU PCB consists of analog processing unit where original image data read by the
contact image sensor (CIS) is held for sampling and A-D-converted, shading correction unit,
line forming unit where shading-corrected data is turned into line memory and a CPU in
charge of data control for the respective ISU blocks.
Image data from CIS is sent to the ISU PCB in synch with the ISU start signal. After being
processed there, the data is further sent to the image processing unit on the main PCB. The
CPU on the ISU PCB serially communicates with the CPU IC9 on the main PCB via TXD
and RXD.
CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4
Analog processing unit

IC 1-4
A-D conversion/
AGC processing unit

AGCZ104
ADCCLK
RESET/
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S
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T
/
AGCCS1-4/
ASB/
IOWR/
IORD/
SI
AD0-7
ID14(7: 0)
FLFD
Main PCB

Txd
Rxd
9.83 MHz
CPU interface

IPU interface

CPU
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Reset
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CIS,
AGC
interface

IC 11 IC29
IC28
IC31
IC30
Shading
correction unit

ASIC
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Black reference value

White reference value

Line memory forming

Line memory forming

ISU
CIS
SI.CCLK.
SHOLD.FLS
RAM

WD
IC9
Figure 2-3-27 ISU PCB block diagram
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2-3-27
(1) Analog processing unit
Four analog signals from the contact image sensor for one-line image data are output to the
buffers of the analog processing unit in synch with start signal SI from the ISU PCB. As each
sensor output has a high impedance, it is converted into a low-impedance signal by the
buffer (IC42, 36, 34, 32) at the first stage. This signal is then held by the sample hold circuit
in synch with the sample hold clock (SHOLD) from IC11 to isolate the image data voltage.
The output from the sample hold circuit is non-inverting-amplified by IC41, 22, 19 and 16.
As the voltage when the fluorescent lamp is on varies from channel to channel, gain
adjustment is conducted at 4 V.
FLDA (IC38) prepares data for fluorescent lamp light intensity measurement (sensor output
for the status where the contact glass is covered with white tape). This data is fed to the main
PCB where it is A-D converted and comprared with the reference voltage.
CH1
IC42
IC38
IC39
IC41
Buffer
FLDA
SHCLK
Non-inverting-
amplification

Non-inverting-
amplification

Non-inverting-
amplification

Non-inverting-
amplification

To MPCB

V
V
ID 1(7 : 0)
AGCCS1
AGCZ10
IC3
AGCZ10
IC4
CH2
IC36
IC37
IC22
Buffer
SHCLK
V
V
ID 2(7 : 0)
AGCCS2
AGCZ10
IC2
CH3
IC34
IC35
IC19
Buffer
SHCLK
V
V
ID 3(7 : 0)
AGCCS3
Sample
hold

AGCZ10
IC1
CH4
IC32
IC33
IC16
Buffer
SHCLK
V
V
ID 4(7 : 0)
AGCCS4
Sample
hold

Sample
hold

Sample
hold

Figure 2-3-28
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(2) A-D conversion/AGC processing unit
Image data from the contact image sensor is converted into 8-bit digital data by the A-D
conversion circuit IC1. When reference voltages for A-D conversion are set to 5 V and 0 V,
the weight of the digital data (ID0 ID7) is 5-0/256, i.e. about 19.5 mV. However the data
obtained using the white reference plate is smaller than 5 V for the absolute white. The black
reference data also is larger than 0 V. Therefore the actual range that can be used for
grayscale correction is narrow. AGC processing is conducted to expand this range to 0 to
5 V whenever the copier main switch is turned on.
(3) Shading correction circuit
Due to the dispersion in sensitivity of the photosensitive elements of the contact image
sensor, uneven fluorescent lamp light distribution and distortion in the lens, there is a
significant difference in the output voltage levels of the elements of the CIS. Shading
correction is conducted to eliminate this difference every time an original is fed on the copier
(or the first original in multiple-original copying).
Black
reference
value

Creation of black
reference value

Shading ASIC peripheral devices

Shading ASIC

Creation of white
reference value

Single line
memory forming

CPU interface

IPU interface

Shading
processing

White
reference
value

Line
memory
forming

RAM
RAM0E1-4/
RAMWE1-4/
RAMA1(7:0)
RAMA3(7:0)
AD (7:0)
RAMA4(7:0)
RAMA1(7:0)
RAMA2(7:0)
RAMA3(7:0)
RAMA4(7:0)
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CIS,
AGC
interface

SI.CCLK.SHOLD.FLS
ADCCLK
RESET/
AGCCS1-4/
ASB/
IOWR/
IORD/
ID1 (7:0)
ID2 (7:0)
ID3 (7:0)
ID4 (7:0)
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Line
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forming

Figure 2-3-29 Shading correction circuit block diagram


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2-3-8 Operation unit PCB
The operation unit PCB consists of keyboard input circuit, LED lighting circuit and display
section, all controlled by one-chip CPU IC1. This four-bit CPU controls the keyboard inputs,
display LED on/off and display on the operation panel according to the programs installed
on it.
Data entered on the keyboard and data displayed on the LEDs and display section are
processed as serial data and input to CPU IC111 at CN1-2 and output at CN1-4 in synch
with clock signal SCL at CN1-6.
CN1 - 6
CN1 - 2
CN1 - 4
CN8 - 6
CN8 - 2
CN8 - 3
CPU

IC1
Keyboard
input circuit

LED
lighting circuit

Display section

CPU
IC111
Main PCB

Figure 2-3-30 Operation unit PCB block diagram


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2-3-9 Inverter PCB
+24 V
Lighting
signal
(FL REM)
Intensity
control
signal
(FL CONT)

CN1-4
CN1-3
CN1-2
CN1-1
CN2-1
CN2-2
CN2-5
CN2-6
FL
Figure 2-3-31 Inverter PCB block diagram
The inverter PCB consists of the high-frequency pulse generating circuit from which a high-
frequency pulse of 37 kHz is emitted to the fluorescent lamp and the preheat circuit for the
fluorescent lamp filaments.
Functions of signals
FL REM (CN1-2), FL CONT (CN1-1): input signals
Fluorescent lamp light intensity is controlled via the light intensity control signal (FL CONT)
from the main PCB. When lighting signal FL REM is at low, 37-kHz pulse is generated from
the high-frequency pulse generating circuit and sent to the fluorescent lamp to turn it on.
Then, as the control voltage of the FL CONT is increased, the lamp grows brighter; and as
it is decreased, the lamp becomes dimmer (see Figure 2-3-31).
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SET UP AND
ADJUSTMENT
SECTION
1-1-17
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CONTENTS
3-1 Installation
3-1-1 Unpacking and installing the copier .................................................... 3-1-1
(1) Installation environment .............................................................. 3-1-1
(2) Installation procedure .................................................................. 3-1-2
3-1-2 Copy mode initial settings ................................................................. 3-1-27
3-1-3 Installing the key counter (optional) .................................................. 3-1-28
3-1-4 Attaching a roll unit heater (optional) ................................................ 3-1-31
3-1-1
340-1
3-1-1 Unpacking and installing the copier
(1) Installation environment
1. Temperature and humidity: 10C 35C/50F 95F, 15% 85% RH
2. Power source: 120 V AC, 13 A/220 240 V AC, 8 A
3. Power source frequency stability: 50 Hz 0.3%, 60 Hz 0.3%
4. Installation location
Avoid locations with direct sunlight or bright areas such as near windows or with bright
lighting. Be sure to avoid letting direct sunlight or bright light reach the photoconductor
when removing jammed paper.
Avoid locations with high temperature or humidity, low temperature or humidity, and
areas with sudden changes in temperature. Also avoid areas with hot or cold draughts.
Avoid areas with excessive dust or vibration.
Be sure that the platform or floor area can support the weight of the equipment.
Locate on a flat, horizontal surface (maximum inclination of 1).
Avoid locations containing substances that could cause changes in the equipment or
the photoconductor (mercury, alkali or acid vapors, inorganic gases, gases such as
NOx and SOx, and chlorine-based organic solvents).
Choose a location with adequate ventilation.
5. There should be sufficient space for operation and maintenance of the equipment:
800 mm/31
1
/2" at front, 500 mm/19
11
/16" at right and 300 mm/11
13
/16" at rear and left.
D
C
B
A
Figure 3-1-1 Installation measurements
A: 1590 mm/62
19
/32"
B: 1168 mm/46"
C: 1107 mm/43
19
/32"
D: 1563 mm/61
17
/32"
3-1-2
340-3
(2) Installation procedure
Unpack the copier.
Remove main charger assembly,
accessory case and retaining tape.
Attach the main charger assembly
to the cleaning assembly.
Remove protection tape from the
developing unit assembly and
attach the developing unit cover.
Adjust the horizontal level of the unit.
Force the copier to stabilize
(simulation 41).

Attach the flywheel assembly.

Attach the accessories.

Pour toner into the toner hopper


assembly.

Add the starting developer


(simulation 10).

Set the developer (simulation 60).

Adjust the position of the front covers.

Connect the power cord.


Remove spacers from the roll units
and remove developing unit cover.

Adjust the fixing pressure.

Make a test copy.

Remove the tape retaining the


cleaning unit weight.
Coat the cleaning blade with toner
(simulation 40).

Installation of the copier completed.


Start
3-1-3
340-1
Unpack the copier.
1. Top pad
2. Inner case
3. Outer case
4. Main charger assembly
5. Dust cover
6. Machine body
7. Bottom pads
8. Skid
9. Front right pad
10. Hinge joint
11. Accessory case (see page
3-1-4 and Figure 3-1-3).
12. Spacers (between the
upper and lower paper
feed guides of the 1st and
2nd roll units).
13. Front cover pads
(between each front cover
and the copy bin).
14. Developing unit cover
(secured with tape inside
the 2nd roll unit).
15. Inner pads
16. Top board
17. Caster lever
(Item No.: 67802210)
18. Flywheel assembly
19. Bronze binding screws,
M4 8 (3)
20. Top case
21. Front left pad
22. Props
Figure 3-1-2 Unpacking
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1. Paper roll shafts
2. Original loop guide
3. Tray stoppers (2)
4. Accessory spacer
Figure 3-1-3 Accessory case
5. Accessory case
6. Main unit support plates (2)
7. Main unit support covers (2)
1
2
4
5
67
3
3-1-5
340-3
1. Remove the 14 hinge joints.
2. Remove the top case, outer case, inner case, top board, top pad, four props, front
right pad, and dust cover (see Figure 3-1-2).
3. Remove the tape retaining the front covers and copy bin.
4. Open the copy bin and remove the front cover pads (1 each on the right and left side)
between the copy bin and the front covers. Remove the tapes from the front cover
magnets.
5. Remove the front cover retainers (1 each on the right and left side: 4 screws).
Front cover retainer
Front cover pad
Tape
Front cover pad
Tape
Figure 3-1-4
3-1-6
340-3
6. Open the front cover.
7. Remove the two screws on the stopper support plate attached to each front cover
and remove a screw on the earth wire.
8. Lift a front cover, and pull out the pin on the front cover from the hinge on the main
unit to detach the front cover. Remove the other front cover in the same manner.
Hinge
Front cover
Stopper support plate
Earth wire
Hinge
Figure 3-1-5
9. Attach the machine bolts to the holes (2 locations each on the front and rear) in the
main unit.
Machine bolts are optional. (Item No.: 67868010).
Machine bolt
Machine bolt
Figure 3-1-6
3-1-7
340-3
10. Pass a rope through the machine bolts attached to the front and rear of the right side
of the main unit.
11. Lift the right side of the main unit with the rope to remove the bottom pad.
12. Remove the rope.
13. Pass the rope through the machine bolts attached to the front and rear of the left
side of the main unit.
14. Lift the left side of the main unit with the rope to remove the bottom pad.
15. Lift the left side of the main unit with the rope again and carefully lower the left side
of the main unit from the skid.
When removing the main unit from the skid, check that the nuts for adjusting height
are completely tightened (with no space between each nut and the bottom base
of the main unit). If you attempt to move the main unit when the nuts are not
completely tightened, it may cause problems such as bending a bolt on the caster.
16. Remove the rope and pass it through the machine bolts attached to the right side
of the unit again. Lift the right side of the main unit and carefully lower the main unit
from the skid.
17. Remove the rope.
18. Detach the machine bolts from the main unit.
Bottom pad
Skid
Rope
Figure 3-1-7
3-1-8
340-3
Remove the main charger assembly, accessory case and retaining tape.
1. Remove the main charger assembly secured to the original holding section with
tape.
2. Take out the accessory case placed on the base assembly of the main unit.
3. Remove the tape retaining the original guide.
4. Remove the tape retaining the left and right paper eject guides.
5. Remove the tape retaining the power cord at machine rear.
6. Remove the two tapes retaining the original holding section.
7. Open the original holding section and remove the two pads at the right and left.
Accessory case
Tape
Main charger assembly
Figure 3-1-8
3-1-9
340-1
Remove spacers from the roll units and the developing unit cover.
1. Pull out the 1st roll unit.
2. Release the roll paper upper guide in the direction of the arrow by holding the roll
paper insertion knobs.
3. Remove the roll unit spacer retained by tape.
4. Return the roll paper upper guide to the original position.
5. Insert the 1st roll unit back in the original position in the main unit.
Roll paper insertion knob
Roll paper insertion knob
Roll unit spacer
Roll paper upper guide
Figure 3-1-9
6. Pull out the 2nd roll unit.
7. Release the roll paper upper guide in the direction of the arrow by holding the roll
paper insertion knobs.
8. Remove the roll unit spacer.
9. Return the roll paper upper guide to the original position.
10. Remove the developing unit cover attached to the bottom of the 2nd roll unit with
tape.
11. Insert the 2nd roll unit back in the original position in the main unit.
Roll paper insertion knob
Roll unit spacer
Developing unit cover
Roll paper upper guide
Figure 3-1-10
3-1-10
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Remove the tape retaining the cleaning unit weight.
1. Open the original holding section.
2. Pull the main unit release lever to open the main unit.
3. Remove the tape retaining the cleaning unit weight.
4. Close the original holding section.
Cleaning unit weight
Figure 3-1-11
Attach the flywheel assembly.
1. Remove the screw from the upper right side cover and open the cover.
2. Align the notches in the flywheel assembly with the projections on the flywheel
mount, and push the flywheel assembly into the main unit.
3. Align the screw holes in the flywheel assembly and the mount, and insert and
tighten 3 M4 8 bronze binding screws.
Flywheel assembly
Flywheel mount
Upper right side cover
M4 8
Screw
Figure 3-1-12
3-1-11
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Attach the main charger assembly.
1. Remove the 9P connector on the cleaning unit assembly.
9P connector
Figure 3-1-13
2. Open the right cover.
3. Push the toner collection pipe downward until it is held by the pin and locked in
place.
Toner collection pipe
Pin
Figure 3-1-14
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4. Remove the M3 8 screw holding the cleaning unit retention stopper.
5. Slide the cleaning unit retention stopper in the directions of the arrows 1 and 2
to unlock the stopper plate.
6. Pull the cleaning assembly toward you and remove the cleaning assembly from the
main unit.
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2
Cleaning assembly
Stopper plate
Cleaning unit
retention stopper
M3 8
Figure 3-1-15
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7. Loosen the two M4 8 screws holding the stopper plate, slide the plate all the way
to the left and retighten the screws.
M4 8
Cleaning unit retention stopper
Stopper plate
Figure 3-1-16
8. Fit the main charger assembly to the cleaning assembly by engaging the hinge on
the main charger assembly with the groove in the cleaning unit retention stay. Then
push the main charger assembly in the direction of the arrow.
Cleaning assembly
Cleaning unit retention stay
Main charger assembly
Figure 3-1-17
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9. Attach the cleaning assembly to the main unit by inserting the cleaning unit retention
stay in the larger hole in the rear of the left side plate of the main unit. (The small
hole in front side is for shipment).
Hole to be used
for shipment
Be sure to use this hole.
Figure 3-1-18
10. Slide the cleaning unit retention stopper to the left until it is held by the notch in the
stopper plate. Tighten the stopper with an M3 8 screw.
M3 8
Stopper plate
Cleaning unit retention stopper
Figure 3-1-19
3-1-15
340-3
11. Refit the 9P connector of the cleaning assembly to its original position.
12. Disconnect the 3P connector on the cleaning solenoid.
3P connector
Cleaning solenoid
Figure 3-1-20
13. Release the toner collection pipe.
Caution: Closing the right cover without releasing the toner collection pipe causes a
message to be displayed requesting that the waste toner tank be checked;
copying is also disabled.
14. Remove the screw M4 6 in position A on the collection pipe guide.
15. Remove the waste toner tank sponge assembly taped beside the waste toner tank.
Secure the assembly in position B with the screw M4 6 removed in step 14.
Caution: To detach the cleaning assembly for maintenance, remove the screw
M4 6 and push the toner collection pipe down.
Collection pipe guide
A
M4 6
Toner collection pipe
B
Waste toner tank sponge
assembly
Figure 3-1-21
16. Close the upper right side cover and fix it with the screw.
17. Close the right cover.
18. Close the main unit.
3-1-16
340-1
Remove the protection tape from the developing unit assembly.
1. Loosen the two upper rear cover pins and open the upper rear cover.
2. Remove the two screws from the upper rear cover and a screw from the earth wire
to remove the upper rear cover from the main unit.
Earth wire
Upper rear cover pins
Upper rear cover
Figure 3-1-22
3. Remove the lower rear cover (four screws).
4. Disconnect the 1P connector and the 7P connector on the developing unit
assembly.
1P connector
7P connector
Figure 3-1-23
3-1-17
340-1
5. Loosen the screws of the developing unit retention plates attached on the left and
right of the developing unit lower partition and rotate the developing unit retention
plates toward the front.
Screw
Developing unit
retention plate
Figure 3-1-24
6. Detach the developing unit assembly from the main unit.
7. Disconnect the 3P connector from the toner feed motor.
8. Detach the toner hopper assembly from the developing unit assembly.
9. Remove the developing unit protection tape from both ends of the magnet roller.
Developing unit
protection tape
Toner hopper assembly
3P connector
Developing unit protection tape
Figure 3-1-25
3-1-18
340-1
Attach the developing unit cover to the developing unit assembly.
1. Remove the clamp (1 screw) attached to the right side of the developing unit cover.
Developing unit cover
Clamp
Screw
Figure 3-1-26
2. Insert the pin on the left side of the developing unit cover in the hole in the developing
unit left plate to attach the cover to the developing unit assembly.
3. Use the clamp removed in step 1 to hold the wires as shown in Figure 3-1-27 and
retain with the screw, being careful not to trap the wires. Check that there is no gap
between the developing unit cover and the developing unit frame.
Pin
Developing
unit cover
Clamp
Screw
Figure 3-1-27
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Adjust the horizontal level of the unit.
1. Place a level on the developing unit lower partition and check that the unit is
horizontal in all the directions. If not adjust the adjustment nuts with the caster lever
(Item No.: 67802210).
2. Attach the developing unit assembly to the main unit with the assembly pushed all
the way to the machine left and secure with the developing unit retention lever.
3. Return the developing unit retention plates to the original positions and tighten their
screws to secure. Before tightening the screws, make sure that the developing unit
assembly is located all the way to the left of the main unit and the gear of the
developing unit assembly meshes well with the gear of the main unit.
4. Connect the 1P connector and 7P connector on the developing unit assembly.
Attach the front covers and adjust the positions.
1. Attach the front covers to the main unit.
2. Open and close the front covers and check that there is no problem.
* The front cover top edges and the edge of the bypass table should be on the same
level.
The switch contact plate should be securely inserted in the notch on the bypass
table.
3. In case of abnormalities, adjust the positions of the front covers in the following
procedure:
If a front cover is misaligned in the left/right direction
Loosen the 2 screws A each on the top and bottom hinges, and move the front
cover to the left or right to adjust, using the calibration marks engraved on the
hinge section (long hole between the screws).
If a front cover is misaligned in the up/down direction
Loosen the 2 screws B each on the top and bottom hinges and move the front
cover up or down to adjust, using the calibration marks on the frame.
Screw B
Screw A
Screw A
Screw B
Figure 3-1-28
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Adjust the fixing pressure.
1. Pull the main unit release lever to open the main unit.
2. Open the front covers.
3. Detach the front left and right removal covers (1 screw each).
4. Tighten the fixing unit pressure adjustment nuts until they are fast.
5. Reinstall the front left and right removal covers.
6. Remove the left cover (7 screws).
7. Close the main unit.
8. Close the front covers.
Front left
removel cover
Fixing unit
pressure
adjustment
nut
Front right removal cover
Figure 3-1-29
Connect the power cord.
1. Connect the power cord to a wall outlet.
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Force the copier to stabilize (simulation 41) .
1. Force safety switch 6 on.
2. Turn the main switch on.
3. Enter 10871087 with the numeric keys to enter the simulation mode.
4. Enter 041 with the numeric keys.
5. Press the enter key. The copier enters the forced stabilization mode.
Safety switch 6
Figure 3-1-30
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Add the starting developer (simulation 10).
Caution: Before adding the starting developer, ensure that developing unit assembly
is located all the way to the machine left and the gear of the developing unit
assembly meshes well with the gear of the main unit.
1. Shake the bottle of starting developer well to mix the developer.
2. Input 010 with the numeric keys.
3. Press the enter key. The unit starts operating.
4. Evenly pour the contents of 1 bottle of starting developer into the developing unit
assembly.
5. After pouring, press the stop/clear key. The unit stops operating.
Developer bottle
Figure 3-1-31
6. Attach the toner hopper assembly to the developing unit assembly. Do not connect
the 3P connector of the toner feed motor yet.
7. Release safety switch 6 to turn it off.
8. Refit the rear upper cover.
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Set the developer (simulation 60).
1. Input 060 with the numeric keys.
2. Press the enter key.
The unit starts operating. When 3 minutes have elapsed since the start of
operation, the toner control voltage is automatically set and the value is shown on
the display.
Do not apply shock or vibration to the main unit while it is operating.
The displayed value should be written on the simulation label.
Coat the cleaning blade with toner (simulation 40).
1. Pull the main unit release lever to open the main unit.
2. Refit the left cover (7 screws).
3. Connect the 3P connector of the cleaning solenoid and close the main unit.
4. Input 040 with the numeric keys.
5. Press the enter key.
After approximately 35 seconds have elapsed, the chime sounds and coating of
toner on the cleaning blade is finished.
6. Turn the main switch off and on to cancel the forced stabilization mode and exit the
simulation mode.
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Pour toner into the toner hopper assembly.
1. Fit the 3P connector of the toner feed motor.
2. Shake a toner bottle well from side to side and up and down to mix the contents.
3. Remove the seal from the cap of the toner bottle.
Figure 3-1-32
4. Open the hopper lid. Squeeze the tabs on both sides of the toner bottle cap and
place the bottle, upside down, over the cartridge slot in the toner hopper on the
machine right (see the figure).
Figure 3-1-33
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5. Hold the bottle at the lower part of it with one hand; slide the bottle to the machine
center and then back to the original position four or five times while tapping the
bottom with the other hand.
Figure 3-1-34
6. Hold the tabs at both ends of the bottle cap and pull the bottle away from the
machine.
Figure 3-1-35
7. Pour toner into the toner hopper assembly in the same manner for the left side of
the machine.
8. Put the hopper lid back in place.
9. Close the upper rear cover and retighten the pins.
10. Reinstall the lower rear cover.
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Attach the accessories.
1. Attach the loop guide to the main unit by engaging the grooves in the loop guide with
the two pins on the upper rear cover.
2. Open the copy bin and attach the tray stoppers to the left and right front covers by
hanging the tray stopper claws in the tray stopper holes matching the desired size.
3. Close the copy bin.
4. Open the front covers.
5. Use the four M4 6 binding bronze screws that were used to install the front cover
retainers to attach the 2 support assemblies to the main unit.
6. Close the front covers.
Main unit support assembly
Figure 3-1-36
Make a test copy.
Completion of installation of the copier.
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3-1-2 Copy mode initial settings
The factory settings for this machine are as shown below.
Contents of settings
Sim. No. Contents Setting at factory Settings
84 Exposure steps 13 1: 13
STEPS
87 Auto shutoff function Present 1: ON
89 Optional roll unit Not installed 1: NO
CON-
NECT
94 Maximum copy length for multiple copy 1400 mm 1400
mode
95 Maximum copy length for roll/bypass 5000 mm 5000
mode
96 Action after paper empty detection
Plain paper 10 s 10 s
Tracing paper (vellum) 10 s 10 s
Film 1 s 1 s
97 Switching between front and rear ejection
of originals
Single copy Rear ejection 1. EJECT
Continuous copy Front ejection 2. RETURN
98 Copy count timing During feeding MODE 1
User Auto clear time 90 s 90
setting
Auto shutoff function Present 0
Preheat/energy saving mode Energy saving 1
mode
Initial size mode A size
Initial copy mode Same-size/full-size
mode
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3-1-3 Installing the key counter (optional)
Note that the following part is required in installing a key counter:
Key counter socket assembly (Part No. 41529210)
Procedure
1. Open the right cover.
2. Detach the right front cover.
3. Remove the three screws and detach the main switch assembly.
4. Remove the shorting plug from the 4P connector for the main unit key counter.
Shorting plug
4P connector for
key counter
Main switch assembly
Figure 3-1-37
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5. Remove the two screws (the lower one is fastened with a nut from the rear side) and
detach the key counter cover.
6. Using the two screws removed in step 5, attach the key counter socket to the main switch
assembly. Secure the lower screw from the rear with the nut.
7. Connect the 4P plug for the key counter socket to the key counter 4P connector on the
main unit.
Nut

Key counter cover


Nut

Key counter socket


4P plug

To be connected to the 4P
connector from which the shorting
plug has been detached
Figure 3-1-38
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8. Reattach the main switch assembly to the main unit.
9. Refit the right front cover on the main unit.
10. Close the right cover.
11. Plug the power cord to a wall outlet then turn the main switch on.
12. Run simulation 82 and set KEY-CARD to 0.
13. Check that when the key counter is removed, Insert key counter is shown on the
display.
14. Insert the key counter, make a test copy and check that the number of copies is counted
correctly.
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CONTENTS
3-2 Simulation
3-2-1 Simulation function .............................................................................. 3-2-1
(1) Running a simulation ................................................................... 3-2-1
(2) Simulation list .............................................................................. 3-2-2
(3) Contents of simulations ............................................................... 3-2-8
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3-2-1 Simulation function
This copier is equipped with a simulation function which can be used to check the operation
and allow adjustment of the electrical components.
(1) Running a simulation
Start
Turn the main switch on.
Enter 10871087 with the numeric
keys.
Enter the simulation number to
be run with the numeric keys.
Press the enter key.
The simulation is run.
Enter 001 and press the enter
key or turn the main switch off
and back on.
End
- - - - - - Entering the simulation mode.

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 000 is shown on the display.

- - - - - - Selecting a simulation number.

- - - - - - Exiting the simulation mode.

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - The selected simulation No. is displayed.

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Section
Sim.
Simulation contents Default
No.
(2) Simulation list
All
Paper
feed/
conveying
01 Exiting simulation mode
03 Copying with original but no paper
04 Checking paper feed clutch operation
Names of clutches and order of activation:
1. Upper feed clutch
2. Middle feed clutch
3. Lower feed clutch (optional)
05 Checking winding clutch operation
Names of clutches and order of activation:
1. Upper roll winding clutch
2. Middle roll winding clutch
3. Lower roll winding clutch (optional)
06 Checking roll paper conveying/registration clutch
operation
Names of clutches and order of activation:
1. Roll conveying clutch
2. Registration clutch
07 Checking cutter clutch operation
08 Checking bypass clutch operation
Name of clutch:
Bypass registration clutch

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Section
Sim.
Simulation contents Default
No.
Paper
feed/
conveying
(cont.)
09 Checking switch operation
Display Switch
S0 Bypass registration switch
S1 Bypass timing switch
S2 Upper roll paper leading edge detection
switch
S3 Middle roll paper leading edge detection
switch
S4 Lower roll paper leading edge detection
switch (optional)
S5 Registration switch
S6 Paper conveying switch
S7 Eject switch
PE Fixing unit pulse sensor
P2 Upper pulse sensor
P3 Middle pulse sensor
P4 Lower pulse sensor (optional)
10 Checking drive motor operation
Names of motors:
1. Drive motor
2. Fixing motor
11 Checking paper feed motor operation
12 Checking counter operation
17 Checking the lower roller unit (when the optional 3rd
roll unit is installed)
18 Checking fan motor operation
Names of motors:
LPH fan motor 1
LPH fan motor 2
Paper conveying fan motor
Cooling fan motor
Right fixing fan motor
Left fixing fan motor
25 Adjustment for prescan in reduction copy mode
26 Setting delay before original feed start

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Section
Sim.
Simulation contents Default
No.
Paper
feed/
conveying
(cont.)
Optical
Charging
Cleaning
53 Adjusting 100% magnification
54 Adjusting leading edge registration
55 Adjusting synchrocut length (297 mm)
56 Adjusting synchrocut length (1189 mm)
57 Adjusting the leading edge margin
58 Adjusting the trailing edge margin/displayed
synchrocut length
59 Adjusting the paper cut position for specified length
cut mode
21 Checking original size detection operation
Display Original size
ORG SIZE L B2/24" or larger
ORG SIZE M B2 B3/24" 22"
ORG SIZE S A3/18" or smaller
22 Checking original detection switch operation
Display Switch
S1 Original leading edge detection switch
S2 Original trailing edge detection switch
24 Checking original feed motor operation
31 Ignoring developing control
33 Turning the transfer charger on
34 Turning the separation charger on
35 Entering drum surface potential data for black &
white mode
36 Entering drum surface potential data for half-tone
mode
39 Displaying the thermistor outputs
40 Coating the cleaning blade with toner
45 Checking cleaning solenoid operation
48 Checking separation claw solenoid operation

TRGT: 224
LPH_ON:
18
TRGT:191
LPH: 9

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Section
Sim.
Simulation contents Default
No.
Charge
erasing
Fixing
Operation
panel
Developing
Memory
initialize
Counts
Counts
44 Turning the cleaning lamps on
41 Forced stabilization
42 Displaying the fixing unit thermistor detection
temperatures
46 Setting fixing stabilization at low speed
47 Checking fixing heater operation
50 Turning all the operation unit LEDs on
60 Loading developer
61 Turning developing bias on
63 Checking/changing toner control voltage
64 Checking toner feed motor operation
65 Displaying toner sensor output
Display description:
Toner sensor output value
Toner sensor output value after temperature
compensation
Temperature detected by the developing unit
thermistor
66 Entering toner sensor control level/copy count
67 Selecting operation under the empty toner condition
70 Initializing backup memory 1
71 Selecting the maintenance cycle
72 Setting/clearing the maintenance count
73 Displaying/clearing total paper feed count
74 Displaying/clearing the jam counts by paper source
75 Entering the service telephone No.
76 Displaying/clearing paper feed count by paper
source
77 Clearing the counts
78 Displaying set data
79 Specifying addresses/displaying data

1: OFF
Mainte-
nance 30

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Section
Sim.
Simulation contents Default
No.
Copy
modes
CIS
Image
position
alignment
80 Switching the counter counting units
81 Selecting the language
82 Selecting between key counter/card
83 Selecting between metric/inch
84 Selecting the No. of exposure steps
85 Initializing backup memory 2
86 Switching the fixing temperature
87 Disabling cancellation of the auto shutoff function
89 Setting optional roll unit
92 Setting potential correction intervals
94 Setting the maximum copy length for multiple copy
mode
95 Setting the maximum copy length for roll/bypass
mode
96 Selecting the action after paper empty detection
Plain paper
Film
Tracing paper
97 Switching between front and rear ejection of originals
Single copy
Continuous copy
98 Selecting the copy count timing
99 Displaying the ROM versions
109 Setting the controller type
110 Checking fluorescent lamp operation
111 Checking shading compensation operation
112 Checking AGC processing operation
113 Setting the shading mode
120 Adjusting correction
121 Adjusting gain
132 Adjusting optical axis
133 Adjusting the image width in the main scanning
direction

KEY-
CARD: 0

1: 13
STEPS

2:
OTHERS
1: ON
1: NO
CONNECT
3: 20 m
ORG
MAX: 1400
PAPER
MAX: 5000
10 s
1 s
10 s
1: EJECT
2: RETURN
MODE: 1

1. TYPE A

0 mm
0 mm
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Section
Sim.
Simulation contents Default
No.
Image
quality
LPH
Interface
controller
Memory
unit
140 Adjusting exposure amount
141 Adjusting half-tone image quality
142 Adjusting AE optimum level
143 Switching filter modes
144 Adjusting filter gain
145 Setting AE fine adjustment intervals
102 Gray output
103 32-gradation output
104 32-gradation output (without compensation)
153 Selecting current correction value
158 Adjusting focus
159 Solid black test pattern output
115 Selecting the connection to the interface controller
116 Setting the time to return from the offline condition
117 Adjusting the leading edge registration (when
connected to the interface controller)
160 Adjusting base 4 output density
161 Adjusting thresholds (central exposure level)
162 Adjusting base 4 thresholds simultaneously
163 Adjusting Exp. 1.0 threshold
164 Adjusting Exp. 7.0 threshold
165 Setting the memory unit connection
166 Selecting display of the Output? screen after
restart
167 Setting the AE scan
168 Setting the maximum number of continuous copies
170 Checking the memory unit DRAM
172 Checking the memory unit HDD page management
area
173 Formatting the memory unit HDD
174 Clearing programs 6 to 10
175 Restoring programs 6 to 10
176 Memory unit problem history
177 Clearing the memory unit problem history
178 Selecting memory output mode
179 Checking the memory unit connection

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Sim.
No.
Description
01 Exiting simulation mode
Description
Exits simulation mode and returns to normal mode.
Purpose
Used when closing simulation mode.
Method
Press the enter key. The copier returns to the normal mode.
03 Copying with original but no paper
Description
Makes copies without feeding paper.
Purpose
To check general machine operation.
Method
1. Remove the paper, if any, from the paper source device that was used
before starting this simulation.
2. Press the enter key. The copier waits for an original to be placed in
position.
3. Put an original in place. The machine scans the original and displays the
original length. Continuous simulated copying of the original then starts.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key. Copying stops when the original return step is
completed for the current cycle.
(3) Contents of simulations
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Sim.
No.
Description
04 Checking paper feed clutch operation
Description
Operates the upper, middle and lower feed clutches individually.
Purpose
To check the operation of the paper feed clutches when the primary paper
feed fails.
Method
Press the enter key. The feed clutches are activated one by one in the
following order and each remains on for 4 seconds. The paper feed motor
also turns on.
Upper feed clutch
Middle feed clutch
Lower feed clutch (optional)
To interrupt the simulation, press the stop/clear key.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
05 Checking winding clutch operation
Description
Operates the upper, middle and lower roll winding clutches individually.
Purpose
To check operation of the roll winding clutches when a problem arises while
winding roll paper.
Method
Press the enter key. The roll winding clutches are activated one by one in
the following order and each remains on for 4 seconds. The paper feed
motor also turns on.
Upper roll winding clutch
Middle roll winding clutch
Lower roll winding clutch (optional)
To interrupt the simulation, press the stop/clear key.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
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Sim.
No.
Description
06 Checking roll paper conveying/registration clutch operation
Description
Operates the roll paper conveying and registration clutches individually.
Purpose
To check the operation of the roll paper conveying clutch and registration
clutch when the secondary paper feed fails.
Method
Press the enter key. The following clutches are activated one by one in the
following order and each remains on for 4 seconds. The paper feed motor
also turns on.
Roll conveying clutch
Registration clutch
To interrupt the simulation, press the stop/clear key.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
07 Checking cutter clutch operation
Description
Operates the cutter clutch.
Purpose
To check the cutting operation of rolled paper.
Method
Press the enter key. The cutter clutch is turned on. The paper feed motor
also turns on.
After the cutter clutch has turned once, the related components turn off.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
08 Checking bypass clutch operation
Description
Operates the bypass registration clutch.
Purpose
To check operation of the bypass registration clutch when the bypass feed
fails.
Method
Press the enter key. The bypass registration clutch is turned on. The paper
feed motor also turns on.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
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Sim.
No.
Description
09 Checking switch operation
Description
Checks the actions of the switches on the paper path by feeding paper.
Purpose
To check switches when paper jams.
Method
1. Press the enter key.
2. Select the paper source by pressing the paper source key.
3. Press the enter key. Paper feed starts and the actions of the switches
can be checked. is shown, starting at the extreme left; it moves
toward the right as each switch is turned on.
Bypass mode: S0 S1 S6 S7 PE
1st roll unit (LED1): S2 S5 S6 S7 P2 PE
2nd roll unit (LED2): S3 S5 S6 S7 P3 PE
3rd roll unit (LED3): S4 S5 S6 S7 P4 PE
The actions of the following switches are checked.
S0: Bypass registration switch
S1: Bypass timing switch
S2: Upper roll paper leading edge detection switch
S3: Middle roll paper leading edge detection switch
S4: Lower roll paper leading edge detection switch (optional)
S5: Registration switch
S6: Paper conveying switch
S7: Eject switch
PE: Fixing unit pulse sensor
P2: Upper pulse sensor
P3: Middle pulse sensor
P4: Lower pulse sensor (optional)
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
10 Checking drive motor operation
Description
Operates the drive motor. This simulation can be run after machine stabiliza-
tion. To run this simulation before machine stabilization, run simulation 41 first.
Purpose
Used when loading the developer to drive the developing section.
Method
Press the enter key. The drive motor, the fixing motor, developing bias and
pre-charging lamp turn on.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key to stop the components.
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Sim.
No.
Description
11 Checking paper feed motor operation
Description
Operates the paper feed motor.
Purpose
To check the drive in the paper feed section.
Method
Press the enter key. The paper feed motor starts to rotate.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key to stop the motor.
12 Checking counter operation
Description
Increments the counts on the total counter and the key counter without
making copies.
Purpose
To check the operation of the total counter and the optional key counter.
Method
Press the enter key. Each time the enter key is pressed, the counts on the
total counter and the key counter are incremented and the values are
shown on the display.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
17 Checking the lower roller unit
Description
Checks the installation of the optional 3rd roll unit.
Purpose
Used when installing the 3rd roll unit.
Method
Press the enter key. The correct installation of the 3rd roll unit can be
checked as PULSE is displayed.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key to stop the unit.
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Sim.
No.
Description
18 Checking fan motor operation
Description
Operates the fan motors individually.
Purpose
To check operation of the fan motors.
Method
Press the enter key. A step number is shown on the display.
Selection
Press the leading edge margin key to change the step number.
STEP1: LPH fan motors 1, 2 on
STEP2: LPH fan motors 1, 2 half-speed
STEP3: Cooling fan motor full-speed
STEP4: Cooling fan motor half-speed, Right/left fixing fan motors half-
speed
STEP5: Right/left fixing fan motors full-speed
STEP6: Right/left fixing fan motors off, paper conveying fan motor half-
speed
STEP7: Paper conveying fan motor full-speed
STEP8: Paper conveying fan motor off
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
21 Checking original size detection operation
Description
Displays original size detection action.
Purpose
To check operation of original size switches 1 and 2 when the original size
is not detected correctly.
Method
1. Press the enter key.
2. Slide the original guides according to the original size. Check that the
indication on the display is correct by referring to the table below.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
Original size Display
B2/24" or larger ORG SIZE L
B2 B3/24" 22" ORG SIZE M
A3/18" or smaller ORG SIZE S
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Sim.
No.
Description
22 Checking original detection switch operation
Description
Displays the actions of the original leading/trailing edge detection switches.
Purpose
To check the original leading/trailing edge detection switches when the
original feed fails.
Method
1. Open the original holding section.
2. Press the enter key. S1 S2 is shown on the display.
3. Turn the original leading edge detection switch on. An asterisk is shown
against S1 on the display.
4. Turn the original trailing edge detection switch on. An asterisk is shown
against S2 on the display.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
24 Checking original feed motor operation
Description
Operates the original feed motor.
Purpose
To check the operation of the original conveying system.
Method
Press the enter key. The following operations take place every 4 seconds.
Original feed motor rotates forward
Original feed motor reverses
Original feed motor off
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
25 Adjustment for prescan in reduction copy mode
Adjustment
See page 3-3-30-11.
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Sim.
No.
Description
26 Setting delay before original feed start
Description
Sets the time to turn the original feed clutch on after the original leading
edge detection switch is turned on.
Purpose
To facilitate copying for unaccustomed users by extending the time to start
primary original feed after the insertion of original.
Method
Press the enter key.
Setting
Select the setting with the mode set keys.
Setting description: time from original leading edge detection switch on to
original feed clutch on
1: 0.64 sec
2: 2 sec
3: 3 sec
4: 4 sec
5: 5 sec
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
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Sim.
No.
Description
31 Ignoring developing control
Description
Sets whether developing control is ignored or not.
Purpose
To operate the machine with the developing section removed.
Method
Press the enter key.
Setting
Choose a setting with the mode set keys.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
33 Turning the transfer charger on
Description
Performs transfer charging.
Purpose
To check if transfer charging is performed correctly when a transfer problem
occurs.
Method
Press the enter key. Transfer charging starts.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key. Transfer charging ends.
34 Turning the separation charger on
Description
Performs separation charging.
Purpose
To check if separation charging is performed correctly when a separation
problem occurs.
Method
Press the enter key. Separation charging starts.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key. Separation charging ends.
Display Setting description
1: CANCEL OFF Developing control used
2: CANCEL ON Developing control ignored
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No.
Description
35 Entering drum surface potential data for black & white mode
Description
Sets the drum surface potential in black & white (character) mode.
Purpose
To enter the value written on the simulation label after replacing the backup
PCB or simulation 70 has been run.
Method
Press the enter key.
Selection
Select the setting with the leading edge margin key or left margin key. The
current setting value is shown on the display.
Setting
Change the setting value with the mode set or numeric keys.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
Display Setting description Setting range Default
TRGT Drum surface potential in
black & white (character) 0 255 224
mode
LPH ON LPH output in black & white
(character) mode
0 255 18
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Sim.
No.
Description
36 Entering drum surface potential data for half-tone mode
Description
Sets the drum surface potential in half-tone mode.
Purpose
To enter the value written on the simulation label after replacing the backup
PCB or simulation 70 has been run.
Method
Press the enter key.
Selection
Select the setting with the leading edge margin key or left margin key. The
current setting value is shown on the display.
Setting
Change the setting value with the mode set or numeric keys.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
Display Setting description Setting range Default
TRGT HLF Drum surface potential in
half-tone mode
0 255 191
LPH ON HLF LPH output in half-tone
mode
0 255 9
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Sim.
No.
Description
39 Displaying the thermistor outputs
Description
Displays the detected temperatures of the thermistors.
Purpose
To check the temperatures inside and outside the machine and near the
fluorescent lamp.
Method
Press the enter key. The detected temperatures (C) of the following
thermistors are shown on the display.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
Display Description
DTH Dehumidifier thermistor (temperature
inside the machine)
ATMO External temperature thermistor
(temperature outside the machine)
LTH Fluorescent lamp thermistor
(temperature near the fluorescent lamp)
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Sim.
No.
Description
40 Coating the cleaning blade with toner
Description
Applies toner to the cleaning blade by coating the drum with toner. This
simulation can be run after machine stabilization. To run this simulation
before machine stabilization, run simulation 41 first.
Purpose
Used when replacing the cleaning blade or drum or installing the copier.
Method
Press the enter key. The following operations take place:
Cleaning solenoid turns off.
0.1 s later
Developing bias (600 V DC) and drive motor turn on.
(Toner is applied to the drum.)
4.5 s later
Drive motor turns off
0.5 s later
Cleaning solenoid turns on
0.5 s later
Drive motor turns on
(The blade cleans the toner off the drum, so coating the blade.)
29.5 s later
Drive motor, developing bias and cleaning solenoid turn off.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
41 Forced stabilization
Description
The copier enters the forced stabilization mode before the fixing section is
heated to the stabilization temperature level.
Purpose
Used when setting the initial value of the developer.
Method
Press the enter key. The copier enters the forced stabilization mode and the
ready lamp lights.
Completion
Turn the main switch off and on to exit the forced stabilization mode.
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42 Displaying the fixing unit thermistor detection temperatures
Description
Displays detected temperatures of fixing unit thermistors 1 to 4 and the
external temperature thermistor.
Purpose
To check the fixing temperature when a fixing problem occurs.
Method
1. Press the enter key. The current temperatures detected by fixing unit
thermistors 1 to 4 and the external temperature thermistor are shown on
the display in C.
2. Press the special paper select key to choose the paper type. The fixing
temperature control changes according to the paper type and the current
thermistor detection temperatures are displayed.
Display example
157 157 081 079 025
1 2 3 4 5
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
Data No. Detection temperature
1 Temperature detected by fixing unit thermistor 1
(the temperature around the center of the heat roller)
2 Temperature detected by fixing unit thermistor 2
(the temperature at the end of the heat roller)
3 Temperature detected by fixing unit thermistor 3
(the temperature around the center of the press roller)
4 Temperature detected by fixing unit thermistor 4
(the temperature at the end of the press roller)
5 Temperature detected by external thermistor
(temperature outside the machine)
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44 Turning the cleaning lamps on
Description
Turns the pre-charging and post-transfer lamps on.
Purpose
To check the operation of the lamps when an offset occurs.
Method
Press the enter key. The pre-charging and post-transfer lamps turn on.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key. All the components are turned off.
45 Checking cleaning solenoid operation
Description
Operates the cleaning solenoid.
Purpose
To check cleaning solenoid operation when an offset occurs.
Method
Press the enter key. The cleaning solenoid turns on.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key. The cleaning solenoid turns off.
46 Setting fixing stabilization at low speed
Description
Sets the fixing motor control when the fixing temperature falls to 80C/176F
or below.
Purpose
To heat the press roller evenly when copy paper is wrinkled.
Method
Press the enter key. The current temperature is shown on the display.
Setting
Change the setting with the mode set keys.
Caution: When 1 is selected, copying is possible even if the surface tem-
perature is not correct. However, copying in this condition may
lead to image problems. We cannot guarantee the performance
since problems may be caused by such operation.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
Display Setting description
1 OFF The fixing motor does not start rotating at low speed.
2 ON The fixing motor rotates at low speed when the
fixing temperature falls to 80C/176F or below.
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47 Checking fixing heater operation
Description
Turns fixing heaters M and S on.
Purpose
To check the operation of fixing heaters M and S.
Method
Press the enter key. Fixing heaters M and S turn off.
Selection
Select a heater to be turned on with the leading edge margin key or left
margin key and then press the enter key. The selected heater turns on.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key to turn the heater off.
48 Checking separation claw solenoid operation
Description
Operates the separation claw solenoid.
Purpose
To check the operation of the separation claw solenoid when a separation
problem occurs.
Method
Press the enter key. The separation claw solenoid turns on.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key. The separation claw solenoid turns off.
Display Operation description
HEAT1 DARK Fixing heater M on
HEAT1 LIGHT Fixing heater M on
HEAT2 DARK Fixing heater S on
HEAT2 LIGHT Fixing heater S on
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50 Turning all the operation unit LEDs on
Description
Turns LEDs on the operation panel on.
Purpose
To check the indicators and ready-lamp on the operation panel.
Method
Press the enter key. All the indicators and the ready lamp on the operation
panel turn on.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key. All the indicators and the ready lamp turn off.
53 Adjusting 100% magnification
Adjustment
See page 3-3-22.
54 Adjusting leading edge registration
Adjustment
See page 3-3-23.
55 Adjusting synchrocut length (297 mm)
Adjustment
See page 3-3-6.
56 Adjusting synchrocut length (1189 mm)
Adjustment
See page 3-3-3.
57 Adjusting the leading edge margin
Adjustment
See page 3-3-5.
58 Adjusting the trailing edge margin/displayed synchrocut length
Adjustment
See page 3-3-9, 17.
59 Adjusting the paper cut position for specified length cut mode
Adjustment
See page 3-3-7.
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60 Loading developer
Description
Determines the toner control voltage automatically.
Purpose
Used at machine setup and after replacing the developing assembly or
developer.
Method
Press the enter key. The drive motor turns on to conduct aging for three
minutes. After the completion of aging, the toner control voltage is
automatically determined and shown on the display. The toner control
voltage adjusted value set in simulation 63 is reset to zero.
Display example
177 176
1 2
Pressing the stop/clear key during aging stops the drive motor and
interrupts developer setting.
Write down the value on the simulation label.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
Data No. Display description
1 Toner sensor output value
2 Toner control voltage
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61 Turning developing bias on
Description
Outputs the developing bias.
Purpose
To check if the developing bias is output correctly when image contrast is
poor.
Method
Press the enter key.
Selection
Select the bias mode with the mode set keys. The developing bias turns on
at the value corresponding to the selected bias mode.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key to turn the developing bias off.
Bias mode Developing bias value
BIAS1 100 V DC
BIAS2 0 V DC
BIAS3 150 V DC
BIAS4 300 V DC
BIAS5 450 V DC
BIAS6 600 V DC
BIAS7 650 V DC
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63 Checking/changing toner control voltage
Description
Checks/sets the toner control voltage value determined automatically in
simulation 60.
Purpose
Used after replacing the backup PCB.
Method
Press the enter key.
Selection
Change the setting by pressing leading edge margin key or left margin key.
Indication 1
S: Toner control voltage value (the same value as simulation 60)
ON: Level where the toner feed motor is turned on
OFF: Level where the toner feed motor is turned off
Indication 2
TE: Toner empty level
TEHI: Copying impossible level
Indication 3
Adjusted value of the toner control voltage
(The toner control voltage set in simulation 60 can be changed.)
Setting
Change the value of indication 3 using the mode set keys.
Setting range: 128 (as long as the data remains above 0)
Default: 0
The values for indications 1 and 2 automatically change corresponding to
the value for indication 3. However, the value for S in indication 1 does not
change.
The value for indication 3 is reset to zero after simulation 60 is run.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
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64 Checking toner feed motor operation
Description
Carries out toner replenishment.
Purpose
To check the toner feed motor operation when a toner replenishment
problem occurs.
Method
Press the enter key. The toner feed motor turns on for 5 s and toner is fed.
To interrupt the toner feed motor, press the stop/clear key.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
65 Displaying toner sensor output
Description
Displays the toner sensor output and temperature detected by the
developing unit thermistor.
Purpose
To check the temperature compensation of the toner sensor output.
Method
Press the enter key. The following data is shown on the display.
Display example
167 171 026
1 2 3
Note: The toner sensor output value is displayed as a decimal. Multiplying it
by 0.02 gives the toner sensor output voltage.
e.g. Toner sensor output value is displayed as 185:
Toner sensor output voltage = 185 0.02 = 3.7 (V)
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
Data No. Display description
1 Toner sensor output value
2 Toner sensor output value after temperature compensation
3 Temperature detected by the developing unit thermistor (C)
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66 Entering toner sensor control level/copy count
Description
Checks/sets the toner control voltage and copy count which are determined
automatically in simulation 60.
Purpose
To set the toner sensor control level and copy count to the values set
automatically in simulation 60 after the backup PCB has been replaced and
simulation 70 has been run.
Method
Press the enter key.
Selection
Select the setting with the leading edge margin key or left margin key. The
current setting value is shown on the display.
Setting
Change the setting value with the mode set keys or numeric keys.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
67 Selecting operation under the empty toner condition
Description
Sets whether to enable continuous copying after toner empty is detected.
Purpose
Set according to user request.
Method
Press the enter key. The current setting value is shown on the display.
Selection
Select the setting value with the mode set keys.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
Display Setting description
1: SINGLE Single copying only
2: CONTINUATION Continuous copying available
Display Setting Setting range
1: START Toner control voltage 0 255
2: COUNTER Copy count 0 12000 (m)
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70 Initializing backup memory 1
Description
Initializes the contents of the backup memory.
Purpose
Used after replacing the backup PCB.
Method
1. Press the enter key. The display changes from INITIALIZING ON to
INITIALIZING OK.
2. Turn the main switch off and on. The contents of the following items
have now been initialized.
Sim No. Contents Default
25 Adjustment for prescan in reduction copy mode 0
26 Setting delay before original feed start 1: 0.64 sec
31 Ignoring developing control 1: CANCEL
OFF
35 Entering drum surface potential data for
black & white mode
TRGT 224
LPH ON 18
36 Entering drum surface potential data for
half-tone mode
TRGT HLF 191
LPH ON HLF 9
46 Setting fixing stabilization at low speed 2: ON
53 Adjusting 100% magnification 0
54 Adjusting leading edge registration 0
55 Adjusting synchrocut length (297 mm) 0
56 Adjusting synchrocut length (1189 mm)
Conveying speed at the 1st roll unit
(plain paper) 0
Conveying speed at the 1st roll unit
(tracing paper) 0
Conveying speed at the 1st roll unit (film) 0
Conveying speed at the 3rd roll unit
(plain paper) 0
Conveying speed at the 3rd roll unit
(tracing paper) 0
Conveying speed at the 3rd roll unit (film) 0
57 Adjusting the leading edge margin
Roll unit 0
Bypass table 0
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58 Adjusting the trailing edge margin/displayed
synchrocut length
Trailing edge margin 0
Displayed synchrocut length 0
59 Adjusting the paper cut position for specified
length cut mode
Short, 1st roll unit (plain paper) 0
Short, 1st roll unit (tracing paper) 0
Short, 1st roll unit (film) 0
Short, 3rd roll unit (plain paper) 0
Short, 3rd roll unit (tracing paper) 0
Short, 3rd roll unit (film) 0
Long, 1st roll unit (plain paper) 0
Long, 1st roll unit (tracing paper) 0
Long, 1st roll unit (film) 0
Long, 3rd roll unit (plain paper) 0
Long, 3rd roll unit (tracing paper) 0
Long, 3rd roll unit (film) 0
63 Checking/changing toner control voltage
Adjusted value of the toner control voltage 0
66 Entering toner sensor control level/copy count
START 155
COUNTER 0
67 Selecting operations under empty toner condition 1: SINGLE
71 Selecting the maintenance cycle 1: OFF
75 Entering the service telephone No. Cleared
80 Switching the counter counting units 2: 1 m
81 Selecting the language 1: JAPANESE
82 Selecting between key counter/card KEY-CARD: 0
83 Selecting between metric/inch 1: CENCH
84 Selecting the No. of exposure steps 1: 13 STEPS
86 Switching the fixing temperature 1: JPN
87 Disabling cancellation of auto shutoff function 1: ON
89 Setting optional roll unit 1: NO CON-
NECT
92 Setting potential correction intervals 3: ON (20 m)
94 Setting the maximum copy length for multiple ORG MAX:
copy mode 1400
95 Setting the maximum copy length for roll/ PAPER MAX:
bypass mode 5000
Sim No. Contents Default
70
(cont.)
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Sim No. Contents Default
96 Selecting the action after paper empty detection
Plain paper 10 s
Tracing paper 10 s
Film 1 s
97 Switching between front and rear ejection of
originals
ORG PSTN (S) 1: EJECT
ORG PSTN (C) 2: RETURN
98 Selecting the copy count timing MODE 1
115 Selecting the connection to the interface
controller 1
116 Setting the time to return from the offline
condition 5
117 Adjusting the leading edge registration
(when connected to the interface controller) 0
132 Adjusting optical axis 0
133 Adjusting the image width in the main scanning
direction 0
140 Adjusting exposure amount
EXP (PLAIN) 4
EXP (DARK) 4
EXP (LIGHT) 4
EXP (HALF PLAIN) 4
EXP (HALF DARK) 4
EXP (HALF LIGHT BD) 4
EXP (HALF LIGHT BL) 5
141 Half-tone image quality (dark/light)
HALF D 0
HALF L BD 3
142 Adjusting AE optimum level
POINT (PLAIN) 4
POINT (DARK) 1
POINT (LIGHT) 8
MAX (PLAIN) 12
MAX (DARK) 12
MAX (LIGHT) 18
143 Switching filter modes MODE 1
70
(cont.)
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Description
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
Important
Do NOT forget to run simulation 120 after simulation 70.
70
(cont.)
Sim No. Contents Default
144 Adjusting filter gain
CHARACTER 1.0
HALF LIGHT BD 0.5
HALF LIGHT BL 0.6
145 Setting AE fine adjustment intervals 3
153 Selecting current correction value MODE: 00
160 Adjusting base 4 output density
DENSITY 2 0
DENSITY 3 0
161 Adjusting thresholds (central exposure level)
THLD BW 0
THLD HLF 1 0
THLD HLF 2 0
THLD HLF 3 0
163 Adjusting Exp. 1.0 threshold
THLD BW (1.0) 0
THLD HLF (1.0) 0
164 Adjusting Exp. 7.0 threshold
THLD BW (7.0) 0
THLD HLF (7.0) 0
165 Setting the memory unit connection 1: NO CON-
NECT
166 Selecting display of the Output? screen after 1: DISP ON
restart
167 Setting the AE scan 0
168 Setting the maximum number of continuous
copies 1
178 Selecting memory output mode 2
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Description
71 Selecting the maintenance cycle
Description
When the maintenance count reaches the value set in simulation 71, the
maintenance time indication is shown.
Purpose
Used after replacing the backup PCB.
Method
Press the enter key. The current maintenance cycle is shown on the
display.
Selection
Change the setting with the mode set keys.
Contents of the modes:
MAINTENANCE1: OFF
MAINTENANCE2: 750 m
MAINTENANCE3: 1500 m
MAINTENANCE4: 3000 m
MAINTENANCE5: 5000 ft
If set to MAINTENANCE1: OFF the maintenance time indication will not
be shown.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
72 Setting/clearing the maintenance count
Description
Checks/resets the maintenance count.
Purpose
Used when the maintenance time indication is shown.
Method
Press the enter key. The current maintenance count is shown on the
display.
Setting
1. Change the setting with the mode set keys or numeric keys.
2. Press the enter key.
Resetting the maintenance count
1. Enter 0 with the numeric key.
If the message Maintenance due/TIME FOR MAINTENANCE is
shown on the display, it goes off.
2. Press the enter key.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
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73 Displaying/clearing total paper feed count
Description
Checks/resets the total paper feed count.
Purpose
To check the replacement time of the maintenance parts.
Method
Press the enter key. The number of copies made since the last count
setting to the present is shown on the display.
Display example
TOTAL 1580
Resetting
Enter 0000 with the numeric key and then press the enter key. Resetting
of the total count is completed.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
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74 Displaying/clearing the jam counts by paper source
Description
Checking/resetting the jam counts.
Purpose
To check the replacement time of the maintenance parts.
Method
Press the enter key. Jam locations and jamming frequency are displayed.
Selection
Select the jam location which should be reset by pressing the leading edge
margin (up) key or left margin (down) key.
Resetting
Enter 0 with the numeric key and then press the enter key. Resetting of
the jam count is completed.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
Display Location of jams JAM code
1: BYPASS JAM Bypass J-01
2: ROLL-U JAM 1st roll unit J-02
3: ROLL-M JAM 2nd roll unit J-03
4: ROLL-L JAM 3rd roll unit J-04
5: ORIGINAL JAM Original conveying section J-05
6: FEEDING JAM Inside the copier J-06
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75 Entering the service telephone No.
Description
Sets the telephone number to be shown on the service call code display.
Purpose
Used after replacing the backup PCB.
Method
Press the enter key.
Setting
1. Enter the telephone number with the following keys.
2. Press the enter key.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
Keys to be pressed
Characters and
symbols
Numeric keys 0 9
Special paper select key
Image process select key /
Original contrast key (
Auto/manual contrast select key )
Copy contrast key (dark)
Copy contrast key (light) #
Decimal point Space
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76 Displaying/clearing paper feed count by paper source
Description
Checks/resets the total count value for each paper source.
Purpose
To check the replacement time of the maintenance parts.
Method
Press the enter key. The paper feed count for the currently selected paper
source is shown on the display.
Selection
Select the paper source to be checked by pressing the leading edge margin
(up) key or left margin (down) key.
The indicator corresponding to the selected paper source lights and the
current paper feed count is shown.
Resetting
1. Enter 0 with the numeric key.
2. Press the enter key.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
Display Paper source
1: BYPASS Bypass section
2: ROLL-U 1st roll unit
3: ROLL-M 2nd roll unit
4: ROLL-L 3rd roll unit (optional)
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Description
77 Clearing the counts
Description
Clears all the counts at one time.
Purpose
To be run during full maintenance.
Method
Press the enter key. FINISHED is shown on the message display and all
the counts shown below and the developing count are reset to zero.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
Sim. No. Count
72 Maintenance count
73 Total count
74 Jam counts by paper source
76 Total counts by paper source
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Description
78 Displaying set data
Description
Displays data settings of the simulation items.
Purpose
To check data settings.
Method
Press the enter key.
Selection
1. Select the simulation No. to be checked with the leading edge margin
key and left margin key.
2. Select the type of data to be checked with the mode set keys.
The following data can be checked by this simulation.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
Sim. No. Data
30* Setting drum surface potential 1
32* Setting drum surface potential 2
53 Adjusting 100% magnification
54 Adjusting leading edge registration
55 Adjusting synchrocut length (297 mm)
56 Adjusting synchrocut length (1189 mm)
57 Adjusting the leading edge margin
58 Adjusting the trailing edge margin/displayed synchrocut length
59 Adjusting the paper cut position for specified length cut mode
60 Loading developer
140 Adjusting exposure amount
141 Half-tone image quality (dark/light)
142 Adjusting AE optimum level
153 Selecting current correction value
*Simulations 30 and 32 are for line use only.
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79 Specifying addresses/displaying data
Description
Displaying internal data.
Purpose
No need to run this simulation during maintenance.
Method
Press the enter key. The address No. for internal data is shown as six
binary digits and the contents are displayed in hexadecimal.
Display example
000000 00C0
Specifying address
Enter the address by pressing numeric keys 1 to 6.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
80 Switching the counter counting units
Description
Changes the units used by the total counter and key counter.
Purpose
To change the counter counting units according to the paper consumption.
Method
Press the enter key.
Setting
Change the counting units with the mode set keys.
1: 0.1 m
2: 1 m
With the setting at 1, the total counter and key counter count up every 0.1 m
of paper; with the setting at 2, they count up every 1 m.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
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81 Selecting the language
Description
Changes the language of the messages.
Purpose
To be set according to user request.
Method
Press the enter key. The current language is shown on the display.
Selection
Select one of the following languages with the mode set keys:
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
82 Selecting between key counter/card
Description
Sets the installation of the key counter/card.
Purpose
Used after the optional key counter has been installed.
Method
Press the enter key.
Setting
Select KEY-CARD: 0 with the mode set keys.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
1 Japanese
2 English (UK)
3 German
4 French
5 Spanish
6 Dutch
7 Italian
8 English (USA)
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83 Selecting between metric/inch
Description
Sets the specification of the copier to metric or inch.
Purpose
Used after replacing the backup PCB.
Method
Press the enter key. The current setting is shown on the display.
Setting
Change the setting with the mode set keys.
Setting description
1: CENCH
2: INCH
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
84 Selecting the No. of exposure steps
Description
Sets the number of exposure steps.
Purpose
To be set according to user request.
Method
Press the enter key. The current setting is shown on the display.
Setting
Change the setting with the mode set keys.
Setting description
1: 13 STEPS
2: 7 STEPS
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
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85 Initializing backup memory 2
Description
Initializes the backup memory according to the destination.
Purpose
Used after replacing the backup PCB.
Method
Press the enter key.
Selection
Select the destination with the mode set keys.
Initialization
1. Press the enter key. The display changes from INITIALIZING ON to
INITIALIZING OK.
2. Turn the main switch off and on. The following items and the user-set
contents are initialized to the values corresponding to the destination:
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
Display Destination
1. JPN Specification for Japan
2. OTHERS Specifications for other countries
Sim. No. Contents
Defaults
JPN OTHERS
94 Setting the maximum copy length for
multiple copy mode
1400 mm 1400 mm
95 Setting the maximum copy length for
roll/bypass mode
5000 mm 5000 mm
96 Selecting the action after paper empty 10 s for 1 s for
detection plain paper plain paper
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86 Switching the fixing temperature
Description
Sets the secondary fixing temperature according to the destination.
Purpose
Used after replacing the backup PCB.
Method
Press the enter key. The current setting is shown on the display.
Setting
Change the setting with the mode set keys.
Setting description
1: JPN (100 V areas)
2: OTHERS (120 V, 200 V areas)
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
87 Disabling cancellation of auto shutoff function
Description
Sets whether the auto shutoff function is used.
Purpose
To be set according to user request.
Method
Press the enter key. The current setting is shown on the display.
Setting
Change the setting with the mode set keys.
Default 1: ON
To cancel the auto shutoff function, change the setting to OFF and select
for the time setting.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
Display Setting description
1: ON Auto shutoff function used
2: OFF Auto shutoff function not used
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89 Setting optional roll unit
Description
Sets the installation of the 3rd roll unit.
Purpose
To be set after the optional 3rd roll unit is installed.
Method
Press the enter key. The current setting is shown on the display.
Setting
Change the setting with the mode set keys.
Default 1: NO CONNECT
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
92 Setting potential correction intervals
Description
Sets the interval for the drum potential correction.
Purpose
To set the intervals so that the drum potential is corrected whenever the
background becomes visible due to the decline in drum quality.
Method
Press the enter key. The current setting is shown on the display.
Setting
Change the setting with the mode set keys.
Default 3: ON (20 m)
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
Display Setting description
1: NO CONNECT 3rd roll unit not installed
2: CONNECT 3rd roll unit installed
Display Setting description
1: OFF Correct potential during stabilization only
2: ON Correct potential every copy
3: ON (20 m) Correct potential every 20 m
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94 Setting the maximum copy length for multiple copy mode
Description
Sets the maximum copy length for multiple copy mode.
Purpose
To be set according to user request.
Method
Press the enter key. The maximum copy length for multiple copy mode is
shown on the display.
Display example
ORG MAX: 1500
Setting
Change the setting with the mode set keys. The setting can be changed in
steps of 100 mm between 1400 and 5000 mm.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
95 Setting the maximum copy length for roll/bypass mode
Description
Sets the maximum copy length for roll/bypass mode.
Purpose
To be set according to user request.
Method
Press the enter key. The maximum copy length for roll/bypass mode is
shown on the display.
Display example
PAPER MAX: 1500
Setting
Change the setting with the mode set keys. The setting can be changed in
steps of 100 mm between 5000 and 9900 mm.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
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96 Selecting the action after paper empty detection
Description
Sets the time before the paper empty detection function is activated.
Purpose
To be set depending on the type of roll paper in each paper source.
Method
Press the enter key.
Selection
Select the type of paper to be set with the leading edge margin key or left
margin key. The setting value for the selected paper is shown on the
display.
Setting
Change the setting value with the mode set keys.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
Display Type of roll paper
1: NORMAL Plain paper
2: VELLUM Tracing paper
3: FILM Film
Setting
value
Setting description
10 s With roll paper whose end is glued to the core
1 s With roll paper whose end is not glued to the core
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97 Switching between front and rear ejection of originals
Description
Switches the ejection direction of originals after copying.
Purpose
To be set according to user request.
Method
Press the enter key.
Selection
Select the copy mode to be set with the leading edge margin key and left
margin key. The setting value of the selected mode is shown on the display.
ORG PSTN (S): Single copy mode
ORG PSTN (C): Continuous copy mode
Setting
Change the settings with the mode set keys.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
98 Selecting the copy count timing
Description
Changes the counting timing of the total counter.
Purpose
Set to MODE 1 if paper jams should be included in the total count.
Method
Press the enter key. The current counting timing mode is shown on the
display.
Setting
Change the setting with the mode set keys.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
Setting Setting description
1: EJECT The original is ejected to the rear
2: RETURN The original returns to the front
Display Setting description
MODE 1 During paper feed
MODE 2 After paper ejection
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Sim.
No.
Description
99 Displaying the ROM versions
Description
Displays the versions of the currently installed ROMs.
Purpose
To check the ROM versions.
Method
Press the enter key. The ROM versions are shown on the display.
Selection
Change the display of the ROM versions with the mode set keys.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
102 Gray output
Description
Outputs a gray test pattern.
Purpose
To check for a main PCB or LPH problem, dirty main charger wire, grid or
housing or drum problem.
Method
Press the enter key. A test pattern copy 594 mm long is ejected at gray
level 8.
Figure 3-2-1
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
Display Type of ROM
MR1 Main control ROM 1
MR2 Main control ROM 2
ISU ISU CPU
MEM Memory unit
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No.
Description
103 32-gradation output
Description
Outputs a 32-gradation test pattern with the LPH current corrected.
Purpose
To check for an LPH problem, dirty main charger wire, grid or housing or
drum problem.
See page 3-3-18.
Method
Press the enter key. A test pattern copy in 32 gradation levels is ejected.
Figure 3-2-2
Interruption
Press the job stop/roll cut key. The paper being printed is cut at the
midpoint, ending the operation.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
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Sim.
No.
Description
104 32-gradation output (without compensation)
Description
Outputs a 32-gradation test pattern without correcting the LPH current.
Purpose
To check if the LPH current correction ROM is correctly installed to the main
PCB.
Method
Press the enter key. A test pattern copy in 32 gradation levels is ejected as
in simulation 103.
Figure 3-2-3
When white stripes appear at 8-mm intervals in simulation 104 as shown
above while the correct image is obtained during simulation 103, the LPH
current correction ROM is judged to be correctly installed.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
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Sim.
No.
Description
109 Setting the controller type
Description
Sets the type of CAD controller to be used.
Purpose
To be set after installation of the interface controller.
Method
Press the enter key.
Selection
Select the type of CAD controller with the mode set keys.
Default 1. TYPE A
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
Display Setting description
1. TYPE A A controller other than OEM 1 is used with the copier.
(The copier automatically enters on-line mode when the
auto clear time passes after the completion of copying.)
2. TYPE B1 An OEM 1 controller is used with the copier. (The copier
automatically enters on-line mode when the auto clear
time minus 10 s passes after the completion of copying.)
3. TYPE B2 An OEM 1 controller is used with an OEM 1 copier
(The copier automatically enters on-line mode 5 s after
the completion of copying.)
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Sim.
No.
Description
110 Checking fluorescent lamp operation
Description
Lights the fluorescent lamp.
Purpose
To check the fluorescent lamp operation.
Method
Press the enter key. The fluorescent lamp lights and the display shows the
following data.
Display example
1: 90 120
1 2
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
Data No. Contents
1 Standard fluorescent lamp light amount
2 Current fluorescent lamp light amount
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Sim.
No.
Description
111 Checking shading compensation operation
Description
Performs shading compensation and shows CIS channel data.
Purpose
To check respective channel data when solid black areas are too thin or
white stripes appear on the copy image.
Method
Press the enter key. After shading compensation is completed, channel
data is shown on the display.
Selection
Channel data is displayed three channels at a time. To see the next three,
press the leading edge margin key or the left margin key.
Display example
1: 0 2: 1 3: 1

4: 0 5: 200 6: 199

7: 204 8: 203
The following contents are shown:
When the data with the lamp off is around 0 and that with the lamp on is
around 200, shading compensation is judged to be normal.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
Data for sensors ch1 to ch4 with lamp off 1: 2: 3: 4:
Data for sensors ch1 to ch4 with lamp on 5: 6: 7: 8:
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Sim.
No.
Description
Data for sensors ch1 to ch4 with lamp off 1: 3: 5: 7:
Data for sensors ch1 to ch4 with lamp on 2: 4: 6: 8:
112 Checking AGC processing operation
Description
Performs AGC processing and shows data of the CIS channels.
Purpose
To check for an AGC error during A-D conversion.
Method
Press the enter key. After AGC processing is completed, the display shows
the mean values for individual channels.
Selection
Channel data is displayed three channels at a time. To see the next three,
press the leading edge margin key or the left margin key.
Display example
1: 0 2: 1 3: 1

4: 0 5: 200 6: 199

7: 204 8: 203
The following contents are shown:
When the data with the lamp off is around 0 and that with the lamp on is
around 200, AGC processing is judged to be normal.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
113 Setting the shading mode
Adjustment
See page 3-3-30-12.
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Sim.
No.
Description
115 Selecting the connection to the interface controller
Description
Selects the connection to the interface controller.
Purpose
To be run after an interface controller is installed.
Method
Press the enter key. The current setting is shown on the display.
Selection
Change the setting with the mode set keys.
1: Interface controller not connected
2: Interface controller connected
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
116 Setting the time to return from the offline condition
Description
Sets the time to automatically return to on-line mode after the completion of
copying (completion of key operation on the operation panel).
Purpose
To be set according to user request.
Method
Press the enter key. The current setting is shown on the display.
Selection
Change the setting with the mode set keys.
1: 5 s
2: 10 s
3: 30 s
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
117 Adjusting the leading edge registration (when connected to the
interface controller)
Adjustment
See page 3-3-30-13.
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Sim.
No.
Description
120 Adjusting correction
Description
Performs correction.
Purpose
Used after replacing the backup PCB, ISU PCB or CIS, or after running
simulation 70 or 121. Be sure to clean the contact glass and the middle
upper original rollers before running this simulation.
Method
Press the enter key. The following operations are carried out.
DATA TRANSFERING: data transfer
AGC ON: AGC processing
SHADING: shading compensation
DATA PROCESSING: data processing
121 Adjusting gain
Description
Adjusts the analog voltage for A-D conversion during original scanning.
Purpose
Used after replacing the ISU PCB. Always run simulation 120 after this
simulation.
Method
Press enter key. The mean gain after shading compensation is shown for
each channel.
Display example
1: 187 2: 211 3: 196 4: 200
After replacing the ISU PCB, adjust VR1, VR3, VR4 and VR5 on the new
ISU PCB to set the values to 205 20, ensuring that the difference between
the maximum and minimum values is 20 or less.
Setting examples
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
Channel ch1 (VR3) ch2 (VR1) ch3 (VR5) ch4 (VR4)
Good example 200 205 210 215
Bad example 190 200 230 220
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Sim.
No.
Description
132 Adjusting optical axis
Adjustment
See page 3-3-30-9.
133 Adjusting the image width in the main scanning direction
Adjustment
See page 3-3-30-10.
140 Adjusting exposure amount
Description
Sets the exposure amounts for the respective original modes.
Purpose
Used after cleaning or replacing the fluorescent lamp or contact glass.
Adjustment
See page 3-3-24.
Method
Press the enter key. The current exposure setting is shown on the display.
The following data (data No., original and exposure setting) can be shown
by pressing the original contrast key or auto/manual contrast select key.
Setting
Change the exposure setting with the mode set keys.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
Data No. Original Exposure setting
1 EXP (PLAIN) For a normal original
2 EXP (DARK) For a dark original
3 EXP (LIGHT) For a light original
4 EXP (HALF PLAIN) For a normal original in half-tone mode
5 EXP (HALF DARK) For a dark original in half-tone mode
6 EXP (HALF LIGHT BD) For a light original (making background
darker)
EXP (HALF LIGHT BL) For a light original (making background
lighter)
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Sim.
No.
Description
141 Adjusting half-tone image quality
Adjustment
See page 3-3-26.
142 Adjusting AE optimum level
Adjustment
See page 3-3-25.
143 Switching filter modes
Description
Switches the contrast for copying letters.
Purpose
To be set according to user request.
Adjustment
See page 3-3-27.
Method
Press the enter key. The current filter mode is shown on the display.
Selection
Change the setting with the mode set keys. The following modes are
available.
MODE 1: Normal original (to decrease moir)
MODE 2: Map original (to copy letters clearly)
Figure 3-2-4
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
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Sim.
No.
Description
144 Adjusting filter gain
Adjustment
See page 3-3-27.
145 Setting AE fine adjustment intervals
Adjustment
See page 3-3-25-2.
153 Selecting current correction value
Description
Performs current correction so that the currents of individual LEDs
constituting the LPH are uniform and the gray output during simulation 102
is even.
Purpose
To be used after the LPH has been replaced.
Method
Press the enter key. The current LPH current correction mode No. is shown
on the display.
Setting
1. Change the setting with the mode set keys in the range 00 to 07.
2. Press the enter key. Current correction is conducted.
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
158 Adjusting focus
Adjustment
See page 3-3-28.
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Sim.
No.
Description
159 Solid black test pattern output
Description
Outputs a solid black test pattern.
Purpose
To check for a problem on the main PCB when an image problem occurs.
Method
Press the enter key. A 594-mm-long test pattern for solid black adjustment
is produced.
Figure 3-2-5
If the correct image is output during simulations 102 and 158 but is not
output during simulation 159, the main PCB is judged to have a problem.
Figure 3-2-6 Problem-detecting simulations
Completion
Press the stop/clear key.
160 Adjusting base 4 output density
See the memory unit service manual.
161 Adjusting thresholds (central exposure level)
See the memory unit service manual.
162 Adjusting base 4 thresholds simultaneously
See the memory unit service manual.
163 Adjusting Exp. 1.0 threshold
See the memory unit service manual.
CIS
ISUPCB MPCB LPH
Data flow
Sim 159 Sim 102
Sim 158
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Sim.
No.
Description
164 Adjusting Exp. 7.0 threshold
See the memory unit service manual.
165 Setting the memory unit connection
See the memory unit service manual.
166 Selecting display of the Output? screen after restart
See the memory unit service manual.
167 Setting the AE scan
See the memory unit service manual.
168 Setting the maximum number of continuous copies
See the memory unit service manual.
170 Checking the memory unit DRAM
See the memory unit service manual.
172 Checking the memory unit HDD page management area
See the memory unit service manual.
173 Formatting the memory unit HDD
See the memory unit service manual.
174 Cleaning programs 6 to 10
See the memory unit service manual.
175 Restoring programs 6 to 10
See the memory unit service manual.
176 Memory unit problem history
See the memory unit service manual.
177 Clearing the memory unit problem history
See the memory unit service manual.
178 Selecting memory output mode
See the memory unit service manual.
179 Checking the memory unit connection
See the memory unit service manual.
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CONTENTS
3-3 Assembly and Disassembly
3-3-1 Cautions during disassembly and assembly ....................................... 3-3-1
(1) Caution ........................................................................................ 3-3-1
(2) Method of executing simulation ................................................... 3-3-2
3-3-2 Paper feed section .............................................................................. 3-3-3
(1) Adjustment of 1189 mm synchro cut (adjustment of
paper feed motor speed) ............................................................. 3-3-3
(2) Leading edge margin adjustment ................................................ 3-3-5
(3) Adjustment of 297 mm synchro cut ............................................. 3-3-6
(4) Adjustment of paper cutting position when the paper length
is specified................................................................................... 3-3-7
(5) Adjustment of displayed synchro cut length ................................ 3-3-9
(6) Attachment and removal of the roll paper feed lower roller A .... 3-3-9-1
(7) Attachment and removal of the roll paper conveying rear
roller B (for 2nd roll unit) ........................................................... 3-3-9-3
(8) Attachment and removal of the roll paper conveying rear
roller B (for optional 3rd roll unit) .............................................. 3-3-9-5
(9) Attachment and removal of the bypass feed roller ................... 3-3-9-6
(10) Attachment and removal of the roll paper conveying rear
roller A ...................................................................................... 3-3-9-8
3-3-3 Main charger section......................................................................... 3-3-10
(1) Replacing the drum ................................................................... 3-3-10
(1-1) Cleaning the drum electrodes...................................... 3-3-12-1
(2) Cleaning the drum ..................................................................... 3-3-13
(3) Changing the charger wire ........................................................ 3-3-14
(4) Adjustment of trailing edge margin ............................................ 3-3-17
(5) Checking drum surface potential ............................................... 3-3-18
3-3-4 Exposure and original feed section ................................................... 3-3-19
(1) Attachment and removal of fluorescent lamp ............................ 3-3-19
(2) Adjustment of 100% magnification ............................................ 3-3-22
(3) Adjustment of leading edge registration .................................... 3-3-23
(4) Adjustment of exposure amount ................................................ 3-3-24
(5) Half tone mode image quality adjustment ................................. 3-3-26
(6) Image contrast adjustment (adjustment of filter gain) ............... 3-3-27
(7) Image focus adjustment (LPH height adjustment) .................... 3-3-28
(8) Replacement of the ISU PCB.................................................... 3-3-30
(9) Replacing the LED printhead and LPHROM PCB.................. 3-3-30-1
(10) Cleaning the LED printhead ................................................... 3-3-30-4
(11) Replacement of the contact image sensor ............................. 3-3-30-5
(12) Adjustment of optical axis ....................................................... 3-3-30-9
(13) Adjustment of the image width in the main scanning
direction................................................................................ 3-3-30-10
(14) Adjustment for prescan in reduction copy mode .................. 3-3-30-11
(15) Setting the shading mode..................................................... 3-3-30-12
(16) Adjustment of leading edge registration (when connected
to the interface controller) ..................................................... 3-3-30-13
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3-3-5 Developing section ............................................................................ 3-3-31
(1) Changing developer .................................................................. 3-3-31
(2) Adjustment of doctor blade: reference ...................................... 3-3-33
(3) Adjustment of position for magnetic brush: reference ............... 3-3-35
(4) Replacement of the lower developing seal ................................ 3-3-36
3-3-6 Transfer/separation section .............................................................. 3-3-37
(1) Replacement of charger wire .................................................... 3-3-37
(2) Replacement of transfer wire .................................................... 3-3-40
3-3-7 Cleaning section ............................................................................... 3-3-42
(1) Attachment and removal of the cleaning blade ......................... 3-3-42
(2) Attachment and removal of lower cleaning blade...................... 3-3-45
(3) Attachment and removal of cleaning fur brush .......................... 3-3-46
(4) Attachment and removal of separation claw ............................. 3-3-47
3-3-8 Fixing section .................................................................................... 3-3-48
(1) Attachment and removal of fixing heaters M and S................... 3-3-48
(2) Attachment and removal of heat roller ...................................... 3-3-49
(3) Attachment and removal of the press roller ............................... 3-3-52
(4) Attachment and removal of oil roller .......................................... 3-3-53
(5) Attachment and removal of fixing unit thermistors 1 and 2 ....... 3-3-56
(6) Attachment and removal of fixing unit thermal switches
1 and 2 ...................................................................................... 3-3-57
(7) Attachment and removal of fixing unit thermistors 3 and 4 ....... 3-3-58
(8) Attachment and removal of the external temperature
thermistor .................................................................................. 3-3-59
3-3-9 Other sections ................................................................................... 3-3-60
(1) Adjusting the tension of paper feed section drive belt 1 ............ 3-3-60
(2) Adjusting the tension of paper feed section drive belt 2 ............ 3-3-61
(3) Adjusting the tension of the cutter drive belt ............................. 3-3-62
(4) Adjusting the tension of original feed drive belt 1 ...................... 3-3-63
(4-1) Adjusting the tension of the developing drive belt ....... 3-3-63-1
(5) Attachment and removal of ozone filter ..................................... 3-3-64
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3-3-1
3-3-1 Cautions during disassembly and assembly
(1) Caution
When carrying out disassembly, be sure to turn the main switch off and pull out the power
cord before starting.
When handling PCBs avoid touching PCB connectors with the bare hands or scratching
equipment.
When ICs are used on PCBs, do not touch the board with the bare hands or with objects
charged with static electricity.
When replacing the fixing unit thermal switches (thermostats), be sure to use the specified
part. If a simple wire is used instead, damage to the machine may occur.
Use one of the testers shown below when measuring voltage:
HIOKI 3200
SANWA MD-180C
SANWA YX-360TR
BECKMAN TECH300
BECKMAN 3030: Possible to measure RMS values
BECKMAN 330: Possible to measure RMS values
BECKMAN DM45
BECKMAN DM850: Possible to measure RMS values
FLUKE 8060A: Possible to measure RMS values
ARLEC DMM1050
ARLEC YF1030C
Originals used.
1. NTC (new test chart)
2. NPTC (newspaper test chart)
3. Blue graph paper
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(2) Method of executing simulation

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Input 10871087 with the numeric
keys.
Input the number of simulation to
be executed with the numeric
keys.
Press the enter key.
The simulation is executed.
Press the stop/clear key.
Input 001 with the numeric
keys and press the enter key.
Start
End
Enters simulation mode.
A simulation is selected.
Stops the simulation.
000 is shown on the display.
The selected simulation
number is shown on the display.
Exits simulation mode.
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3-3-2 Paper feed section
Note: Follow the running order of simulations for image adjustment where indicated,
otherwise the contents of the simulations may be affected and the correct copy image
may not be obtained.
(1) Adjustment of 1189 mm synchro cut (adjustment of paper feed motor speed)
Perform when the paper is not cut to the proper length when paper is A0 (1189 mm) or larger
or when the cutting length differs according to the paper used (normal paper, film, tracing
paper).
Caution:
Before starting this adjustment, ensure that all the adjustments in the above simulations
are completed.
Use paper with a length of 1189 mm and draw a line 10 mm from the trailing edge of the
document.
Carry out adjustment for all the types of paper inserted in the copier.
Select the 2nd roll unit to carry out test copying. The settings for the 1st and 3rd roll units
are corrected automatically by adjusting with the 2nd roll unit selected (as standard
selection).
We recommend using paper whose width is 841 mm.
Procedure
Start.
Enter simulation mode.
Input 056 with the numeric keys.
Press the enter key.
Press the enter key.
Insert the original and make a
test copy.
Select the type of paper inserted
in the 2nd roll unit with the special
paper select key*.
ROLL L P: normal paper
ROLL L V: tracing paper (vellum)
ROLL L F: film
Select the 2nd roll unit (ROLL L)
with the paper source key.
Insert paper in the 2nd roll unit.
A
B
* Paper type selection is possible only
after the machine has stabilized.
Figure 3-3-1
Original Copy example
Line
10 mm A

A: Standard value = 10 mm + 6 (to 7) mm


Sim. 53
(p. 3-3-22)
Sim. 55
(p. 3-3-6)

Sim. 56

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3-3-4
End.

No
Yes
Yes
No
Press the stop/clear key.
Exit simulation mode.
Is length A
from the line to the trailing
edge shorter than
16 mm?
Increase the value with the
mode set keys.
Decrease the value with
the mode set keys.
Setting range: 128 to +128
Reference: 0
Change for 1 step: 0.1 mm

The larger the value, the longer the cutting


length; the smaller the value, the shorter
the cutting length.
Is length A
from the line to the trailing
edge longer than
17 mm?
A B
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(2) Leading edge margin adjustment
Perform when the leading edge margin of the copy image is not within the specified range.
Caution:
Before starting this adjustment, ensure that the adjustment in the above simulation is
completed.
Select the 2nd roll unit to carry out test copying for roll paper feed adjustment. The
difference in leading edge margin in normal copy operation for each roll unit is minimized
by adjusting with the 2nd roll unit selected (as standard selection).
Procedure
Figure 3-3-2
Start.
End.
Enter simulation mode.
Input 057 with the numeric keys.
No
Yes
Press the enter key.
Press the enter key.
Press the stop/clear key.
- - - - - The test pattern is output.
Exit simulation mode.
Is leading
edge margin A
5 1 mm?
Change the value with the
mode set keys.
Setting range: 128 to +128
Reference: 0
Change for 1 step: 0.3 mm

The larger the value, the wider the leading


edge margin of the copy image; the smaller
the value, the narrower the leading edge
margin.
Select the paper feed position to
which the paper is set with the
paper source key.
1. ROLL: 2nd roll unit
2. BYPASS: bypass table

Insert the paper in the 2nd roll


unit or the bypass table.
A = 5 1 mm
Test pattern
Sim. 53
(p. 3-3-22)
Sim. 57

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(3) Adjustment of 297 mm synchro cut
Perform when the paper is not cut to the proper length when carrying out synchro cut copy
with a paper less than A0 (1189 mm) size.
Caution:
Before starting this adjustment, ensure that all the adjustments in the above simulations
are completed.
Use paper with a length of 297 mm and draw a line 10 mm from the trailing edge of the
document.
Select the 2nd roll unit to carry out test copying. The difference in cutting length in normal
copy operation for each roll unit is minimized by adjusting with the 2nd roll unit selected
(as standard selection).
Procedure
Start.
End.
Enter simulation mode.
Input 055 with the numeric keys.
Yes
Yes
No
No
Press the enter key.
Press the enter key.
Press the stop/clear key.
Insert the original and make a
test copy.
Exit simulation mode.
Is length
A from the line to the
trailing edge shorter
than 14 mm?
Increase the value with
the mode set keys.
Decrease the value with
the mode set keys.
Setting range: 128 to +78
Reference: 0
Change for 1 step: 0.922 mm

The larger the value, the longer


the cutting length; the smaller the value,
the shorter the cutting length.
Select the 2nd roll unit with the
paper source key.

Insert the paper in the 2nd roll


unit.
Is length
A from the line to the
trailing edge longer
than 15 mm?
Figure 3-3-3
Original Copy example
Line
10 mm A

A: Standard value = 10 mm + 4 (to 5) mm


Sim. 53
(p. 3-3-22)
Sim. 55

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(4) Adjustment of paper cutting position when the paper length is specified
Perform when the paper is not cut to the proper length when executing fixed length copies
or when the cutting length differs according to the paper used (normal paper, film, tracing
paper).
Caution:
Before starting this adjustment, ensure that all the adjustments in the above simulations
are completed.
Carry out adjustment for all the types of paper inserted in the copier.
Select the 1st roll unit to carry out test copying. The settings for the 2nd and 3rd roll units
are corrected automatically by adjusting with the 1st roll unit selected (as standard
selection).
Procedure
Start.
Enter simulation mode.
Input 059 with the numeric keys.
Press the enter key.
Press the enter key.
Select the type of paper inserted
in the 1st roll unit (normal paper,
tracing paper, film) with the
special paper select key.
P: normal paper
V: tracing paper (vellum)
F: film
Select the 1st roll unit with the
paper source key.
Insert the paper in the 1st roll
unit.
Select the size to be adjusted with the leading
edge margin key.
SHORT: small size (specified length: 297 mm)
LONG: large size (specified length: 1189 mm)
A B C
The paper is cut and ejected automatically.
Figure 3-3-4
Paper cut length: A
A

A: Standard value =
297 1 mm (for specified length: 297 mm)
1189 1 mm (for specified length: 1189 mm)
Sim. 53
(p. 3-3-22)
Sim. 59

Sim. 55
(p. 3-3-6)

Sim. 56
(p. 3-3-3)

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3-3-8
End.

No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Press the stop/clear key.
Exit simulation mode.
Is the paper
cut shorter than specified
length A?
Increase the value with the
mode set keys.
Decrease the value with the
mode set keys.
Setting range: 128 to +128
Reference: 0
Change for 1 step: 0.922 mm

The larger the value, the longer


the cutting length; the smaller
the value, the shorter the cutting
length.
Is the paper
cut longer than specified
length A?
No

A B C
Adjust for the other size?
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(5) Adjustment of displayed synchro cut length
Perform when the synchro cut length shown on the display is different from the actual cut
length.
Procedure
Start.
End.

Enter simulation mode.


Select SYNCHRO ADJ with the
leading edge margin key.
Input 058 with the numeric keys.
Yes
Yes
No
No
Press the enter key.
Press the enter key.
Press the stop/clear key.
Check the synchro cut length
shown on the display.

Exit simulation mode.


Is the
displayed value
smaller than the actual
cut length?
Is the
displayed value
larger than the actual
cut length?
Increase the value with
the mode set keys.
Decrease the value with
the mode set keys.
Setting range: 128 to +128
Change for 1 step: 1 mm

The larger the setting, the larger the


displayed value; the smaller the setting,
the smaller the displayed value.
Insert the original and make
a test copy.
Press the stop/clear key.
Press the stop/clear key.
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(6) Attachment and removal of the roll paper feed lower roller A
Follow the procedure below when cleaning or replacing the roll paper feed lower roller A.
Procedure
1. Remove the front covers.
2. Remove the 1st roll unit from the main unit (two screws on each side).
Figure 3-3-4(a)
3. Remove the four screws and the roll paper feed lower guide A.
Roll unit
Roll unit
Figure 3-3-4(b)
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4. Remove the six screws and spring then the slider right attachment plate.
Figure 3-3-4(c)
5. Remove the E-ring, drive gear 20T and pin.
6. Remove the E-ring and bearing.
Figure 3-3-4(d)
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7. Remove the E-ring on the right side of the roll paper feed lower roller A and remove
the bearing.
8. Remove the E-ring and bearing from the hinge section by moving it in the direction of
the arrow. Remove the roll paper feed lower roller A from the roll unit.
9. Remove the bearing from the roll paper feed lower roller A.
10. After cleaning or replacement, refit the removed parts to their original positions.
Figure 3-3-4(e)
(7) Attachment and removal of the roll paper conveying rear roller B (for 2nd roll
unit)
Procedure
1. Remove the front covers, lower left cover and lower right side cover.
2. Remove the 2nd roll unit from the main unit (two screws on each side: see Figure
3-3-4(a), page 3-3-9-1).
3. Remove the middle feed clutch.
4. Remove the E-ring and the bearing retaining the roll paper conveying rear roller B from
the outside of the left side plate.
Figure 3-3-4(f)
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5. Remove the main PCB (lower right side of equipment).
6. Remove the E-ring and the bearing retaining the roll paper conveying rear roller B from
the outside of the right side plate.
Figure 3-3-4(g)
7. Remove the roll paper conveying rear roller B from the main unit.
When attaching, make sure that the longer of the two thin ends of the shaft is
positioned on the left as shown in the figure.
8. After cleaning or replacement, refit the removed parts to their original positions.
Figure 3-3-4(h)
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(8) Attachment and removal of the roll paper conveying rear roller B (for optional
3rd roll unit)
Follow the procedure below when cleaning or replacing roll paper conveying rear roller B
(for optional 3rd roll unit).
Procedure
1. Remove the front covers, lower left cover and lower right side cover.
2. Remove the 3rd roll unit from the main unit (two screws on each side: see Figure
3-3-4(a), page 3-3-9-1).
3. Remove the lower feed clutch
4. Remove the E-ring and the bearing retaining the roll paper conveying rear roller B form
the outside of the left side plate.
Figure 3-3-4(i)
5. Remove the power source PCB (lower right side of the equipment).
6. Remove the E-ring and the bearing retaining the roll paper conveying rear roller B from
the outside of the right side plate.
Figure 3-3-4(j)
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7. Remove the roll paper conveying rear roller B from the main unit.
When attaching, make sure that the longer of the two thin ends of the shaft is
positioned on the left as shown in the figure.
8. After cleaning or replacement, refit the removed parts to their original positions.
Figure 3-3-4(k)
(9) Attachment and removal of the bypass feed roller
Follow the procedure below when cleaning or replacing the bypass feed roller.
Procedure
1. Remove the front covers and the lower left cover.
2. Remove the 1st roll unit from the main unit (two screws each on the left and right: see
Figure 3-3-4(a), page 3-3-9-1).
3. Remove the bypass feed clutch.
4. Remove the bearing retaining the bypass feed roller from the outside of the left side
plate.
Figure 3-3-4(l)
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5. Open the upper right side cover and remove the waste toner tank.
6. Remove the E-ring and the bearing retaining the bypass feed roller from the outside of
the right side plate.
Figure 3-3-4(m)
7. Remove the bypass feed roller from the main unit.
When attaching, make sure that the longer of the two thin ends of the shaft is
positioned on the left as shown in the figure.
8. After cleaning or replacement, refit the removed parts to their original positions.
Figure 3-3-4(n)
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(10) Attachment and removal of the roll paper conveying rear roller A
Follow the procedure below when cleaning or replacing roll paper conveying rear roller A.
Procedure
1. Remove the lower rear cover and lower left cover.
2. Remove the roller paper conveying clutch.
3. Remove the E-ring and the bearing retaining the roll paper conveying rear roller A from
the outside of the left plate.
Figure 3-3-4(o)
4. Open the upper right side cover and remove the waste toner tank.
5. Remove the E-ring and the bearing retaining the roll paper conveying rear roller A from
the outside of the right side plate.
Figure 3-3-4(p)
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6. Remove the roll paper conveying rear roller A from the main unit.
When attaching, make sure that the longer of the two thin ends of the shaft is
positioned on the left as shown in the figure.
7. After cleaning or replacement, refit the removed parts to their original positions.
Figure 3-3-4(q)
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3-3-3 Main charger section
(1) Replacing the drum
Replace the drum as follows.
Caution:
After replacing the drum be sure to clean the main charger assembly and check the drum
surface potential (see page 3-3-18) after coating the cleaning blade with toner (simulation
No. 40).
Procedure
1. Detach the cleaning assembly.
2. Turn the flywheel clockwise to disengage the flywheel joint from the drum flange.
When pulling the flywheel, align the screw head on the flywheel shaft with the cutout
in the flywheel stopper.
When refitting the drum, turn the flywheel clockwise until it clicks to engage the drum
flange with the flywheel joint.
Flywheel
Screw head
Cutout
Flywheel shaft
Flywheel stopper
Figure 3-3-5
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3. Remove the screw on the drum left rail guide.
4. While holding the drum release plate toward the drum, slide the drum left rail guide
toward the machine rear. The drum release plate is locked and the drum flange is
unlocked from the drive joint.
Drum release plate
Drum left rail guide
Figure 3-3-6
5. Loosen the two screws of the drum right and left stoppers holding both ends of the drum
and unlock the stoppers.
Screws
Drum left stopper
Drum right stopper

Figure 3-3-7
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6. Remove the screw and raise the drum right rail guide.
7. Attach the screw removed in step 6 to part A so that the main unit is kept open.
8. Roll the drum toward you along the drum right rail guide.
9. Detach the drum from the main unit.
Drum right
rail guide

Drum
A
Figure 3-3-8
10. After replacement, return the parts to their original positions.
When the drum has been replaced, fit the drum right flange to the end with the label
inside of the drum.
Drum
Drum right flange
Label

Electrode
Figure 3-3-8 (a)
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(1-1) Cleaning the drum electrodes
Procedure
Cleaning the electrode on the drum right flange
1. Detach the cleaning assembly.
2. Remove the screw on the drum left rail guide (see page 3-3-11).
3. While pressing the drum release plate toward the drum, slide the drum left rail guide
toward the machine rear. The drum release plate is locked and the drum flange is
unlocked from the drive joint (see page 3-3-11).
4. Remove the screw and open the right upper side cover.
5. While turning the flywheel, clean the outer periphery of the electrode on the drum right
flange with alcohol.
Electrode
Flywheel
Drum right flange

Figure 3-3-8 (b)


Cleaning the electrode on the drum right holder
1. Detach the drum from the main unit.
2. Clean the drum electrode, the part in contact with the electrode on the drum right flange,
using alcohol.
Drum right holder
Drum electrode
Figure 3-3-8 (c)
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(2) Cleaning the drum
Follow the procedure below when image errors occur.
Caution:
Avoid direct sunlight and strong light when cleaning the drum.
Dust in the air and from the cleaning pad may damage the drum during operation. Avoid
working in dusty place.
Clean the drum entirely even if it is only dirty locally.
Do not clean the drum with alcohol, thinner or other organic solvent.
Required supplies
Toner
Polishing cloth: specified synthetic cotton
Procedure
1. Detach the drum from the main unit.
2. Apply a polishing cloth to the drum and gently wipe the drum taking care not to damage
the surface.
3. Apply toner to another cloth and wipe the drum surface with it in the same manner.
4. Refit the drum and all the removed parts, and let the copier stand for about 30 minutes.
5. Make a test copy and check the image.
Polishing cloth
Drum

Figure 3-3-9
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(3) Changing the charger wire
Follow the procedure below when the charger wire is broken or when replacing the charger
wire.
Caution:
Use the specified tungsten wire for the charger wire. (Item No. 74716280, Anodized
tungsten wire, 0.08 mm)
The section wound around the charger spring should not protrude from the main charger
housing.
The end of the charger wire should not protrude from under the screw.
Be sure to use tungsten wire that is free of soiling or damage.
Keep the charger wire taut by stretching the charger spring.
When changing the charger wire, be sure to clean the individual sections of the main
charger assembly (inside of charger housing, etc).
Do not use organic solvents such as alcohol and thinner to clean the main charger
shied.
Procedure
1. Detach the cleaning assembly.
2. Rotate the main charger assembly in the direction shown by the arrow and detach the
main charger assembly from the cleaning assembly.
Main charger assembly

Cleaning assembly
Figure 3-3-10
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3. Remove the right and left main charger lids.
4. Remove the charger spring from the main charger terminal and loosen the screw to
remove the charger wire.
Main charger terminal
Charger spring
Main charger left lid
Main charger right lid
Washer
Screw
Tungsten wire

Figure 3-3-11
5. Wind the tungsten wire five turns around one end of the charger spring, and trim the end
of the wire.
The length of the cut wire must be less than 1 mm.
1 Fold over the end of
the tungsten wire.

3 Wind five turns.


2 Pass the folded end through
the end of the charger spring.

Figure 3-3-11 (a)


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6. Hook the charger spring to the main charger terminal and pass the tungsten wire through
the opening in the wire adjustment plate.
7. Pass the tungsten wire under the washer and fasten it with the screw keeping the
charger wire stretched so that the charger spring is at least 16 mm long.
8. Cut off the excess wire under the washer so less than 2 mm protrudes.
Screw
Washer
Trim
2 mm or less
Tungsten wire
1 mm or less
Wire adjuster
16 mm or longer
Main charger terminal
Wind (5 mm or less)
Figure 3-3-12
9. Turn the adjustment screw of the wire adjustment plate until 1.0 0.5 mm of its tip
protrudes to adjust the height of the wire adjustment plate.
Wire adjustment plate
Adjustment screw
1.0 0.5 mm
Figure 3-3-13
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(4) Adjustment of trailing edge margin
Follow the procedure below when the correct trailing edge margin (border erase width)
cannot be obtained in border erase mode.
Caution:
Before starting this adjustment, ensure that all the adjustments in the above simulations
are completed.
Select the 2nd roll unit to carry out test copying for roll paper feed adjustment. The
difference in trailing edge margin in normal copy operation for each roll unit is minimized
by adjusting with the 2nd roll unit selected (as standard selection).
Procedure
Start.
End.
Enter simulation mode.
Input 058 with the numeric keys.
No
Yes
Press the enter key.
Select REAR BLANK ADJ with the
leading edge margin key.
Press the enter key.
Press the stop/clear key.
Insert the original and make a
test copy.
Exit simulation mode.
Is the trailing
edge margin equal to the
initial border erase width
setting?
Change the value with
the mode set keys.
Setting range: 128 to +128
Reference: 0
Change for 1 step: 0.3 mm

The larger the value, the longer


the trailing edge margin; the smaller
the value, the shorter the trailing
edge margin.
Select the paper feed position in which
the paper is inserted (2nd roll unit,
bypass table) with the paper source key.
Insert the paper in the 2nd roll
unit or bypass table.
Press the stop/clear key.

Select Paper Length with the


paper length key.
Select Border Erase with the
image process select key.
Figure 3-3-14
Original Copy example

Trailing edge margin

Sim. 53
(p. 3-3-22)
Sim. 59
(p. 3-3-7)

Sim. 58

Sim. 55
(p. 3-3-6)

Sim. 56
(p. 3-3-3)

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(5) Checking drum surface potential
Follow the procedure below after replacing the drum, LPH and drum potential sensor.
Procedure
Test pattern 1
Approx. 3 cm
Test pattern 2 Test pattern 3
The image is visible from around the 6th tone
for test pattern 1, from around the 3rd tone
for test pattern 2, and from around the 9th tone
for test pattern 3.
6
3
9 Start.
End.
Enter simulation mode.
Input 103 with the numeric keys.
No
Yes
Press the enter key.*
Input 035 with the numeric keys
and press the enter key.
Press the stop/clear key.
Exit simulation mode.
Is the copy
image correct
(test pattern 1)?
Reference TRGT is displayed.
Change the setting with the arrow
UP/DOWN mode set keys.
The test pattern
is output.
Press the stop/clear key.
*To abort test pattern output,
press the job stop/roll cut key.
If Test pattern 2 is printed, decrease
the setting by 2~3 increaments.
If Test pattern 3 is printed, increase
the setting by 2~3 increaments.
Press the stop/clear key.
Select "LPH ON" using the Left
Margin + - Keys.
Figure 3-3-15
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3-3-4 Exposure and original feed section
(1) Attachment and removal of fluorescent lamp
Follow the procedure below when cleaning or replacing the fluorescent lamp.
Caution:
After cleaning or replacing the fluorescent lamp, select copy contrast indicator 4 and make
a test copy to check the image in each original mode.
If an exposure error occurs in the test copy, adjust the exposure amount (see page 3-3-24).
Procedure
1. Open the original holding section.
2. Remove the operation section.
3. Remove the two screws and remove the left and right center original covers.
Figure 3-3-16
Screw
Left center original cover
Right center original cover

Screw
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4. Remove the four screws and the right and left contact glass retainers.
5. Remove the contact glass.
6. Remove the hinge left cover and upper left cover.
Figure 3-3-17
Screws
Hinge left cover
Contact glass
Contact glass retainer
Upper left cover
Screws
Contact glass
Contact glass retainer

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7. Remove the two screws securing the fluorescent lamp socket mount at the machine
left.
8. Remove the fluorescent lamp by pulling it out of the fluorescent lamp heater.
When reattaching the fluorescent lamp, be sure to orient it with the manufacturer's
mark on the right side of the copier.
9. After cleaning or replacing, return the parts to their original positions.
Manufacturers mark
Fluorescent lamp
Fluorescent lamp
socket mount Fluorescent lamp
Screws
Figure 3-3-18
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(2) Adjustment of 100% magnification
Follow the procedure below when the magnification is not obtained.
Caution:
Select the 2nd roll unit to carry out test copying for roll paper feed adjustment. The
difference in magnification in normal copy operation for each roll unit is minimized by
adjusting with the 2nd roll unit selected (as standard selection).
Procedure
Start.
End.
Enter simulation mode.
Input 053 with the numeric keys.
No
No
Yes
Yes
Press the enter key.
Press the enter key.
Press the stop/clear key.
Insert the original and make a
test copy.
Exit simulation mode.
Is the
magnification correct in
the main scanning
direction?

Select the mode to be adjusted with


the leading edge margin key.
SIZE ADJ M P: normal paper
SIZE ADJ M V: tracing paper (vellum)
SIZE ADJ M F: film
Change the value with the mode
set keys.
Select the mode to be adjusted with
the leading edge margin key.
SIZE ADJ S P: normal paper
SIZE ADJ S V: tracing paper (vellum)
SIZE ADJ S F: film
Setting range: 3.0% to +3.0%
Reference: 0
Change for 1 step: 0.1%

The larger the value, the longer the copy


image; the smaller the value, the shorter
the copy image.
Select the 2nd roll unit with the
paper source key.
Select the type of paper inserted in
the 2nd roll unit with the special paper
select key.
SIZE ADJ M P: normal paper
SIZE ADJ M V: tracing paper (vellum)
SIZE ADJ M F: film
Is the
magnification correct in
the sub scanning
direction?
Insert the paper in the 2nd roll
unit.
Figure 3-3-19
Main scanning direction
Sub scanning
direction
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(3) Adjustment of leading edge registration
Follow the procedure below when there is a regular error between the leading edges of the
original and the copy image.
Caution:
Before starting this adjustment, ensure that all the adjustments in the above simulations
are completed.
Draw a line 10 mm from the leading edge of the document.
Procedure
Figure 3-3-20
Start.
End.
Enter simulation mode.
Input 054 with the numeric keys.
Yes
Yes
No
No
Press the enter key.
Press the enter key.
Press the stop/clear key.
Insert the original and make a
test copy.
Exit simulation mode.
Increase the value with the
mode set keys.
Decrease the value with the
mode set keys.
Setting range: 128 to +128
Reference: 0
Change for 1 step: 4 ms

The larger the value, the earlier the original


image read-in timing; the smaller the value,
the later the original image read-in timing.
Is length
A from the line to the
leading edge shorter than 10 mm
(copy example 1)?
Is length
A from the line to the
leading edge longer than 10 mm
(copy example 2)?
Sim. 53
(p. 3-3-22)
Sim. 57
(p. 3-3-5)
Sim. 54

10 mm
Line
Original Copy
example 1
Copy
example2
A A
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(4) Adjustment of exposure amount
Follow the procedure below when cleaning or replacing the fluorescent lamp and contact
glass, or when an image error occurs on test copies.
Also, perform when it is not possible to obtain a good copy image when a correct mode is
selected for the original.
Adjustment for black & white (character) mode
Required originals
When adjusting in the normal original mode: Test chart
When adjusting in the dark original mode: Newspaper test chart (NPTC)
When adjusting in the light original mode: Blue graph paper
Procedure
Enter simulation mode.
Input 140 with the numeric keys.
Yes
Yes
No
No
Start.
End.
Press the enter key.
Select the original mode to be adjusted with
the original contrast or auto/manual contrast
select key.
EXP(PLAIN): normal original mode
EXP(DARK): dark original mode
EXP(LIGHT): light original mode
Press the enter key.
Press the stop/clear key.
Exit simulation mode.
Insert the original and make a
test copy.
Is the image too light?
(Copy example 1)

Is the image too dark?


(Copy example 2)
Decrease the value with the
mode set keys.
Increase the value with the
mode set keys.
Setting range: 0 to 8
Reference: 4
The larger the value, the lighter
the copy image; the smaller
the value, the darker the copy
image.

Original Copy
example 1

Copy
example 2

A
A A
A A
A
A A
A A
A
A A
A A
Figure 3-3-20(a)
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Adjustment for half tone mode
Required originals
When adjusting in the normal original mode: Test chart
When adjusting in the dark original mode: Dark poster
When adjusting in the light original mode (dark background): Map
When adjusting in the light original mode (light background): Test chart
Procedure
Enter simulation mode.

Input 140 with the numeric keys.

Yes
Yes
No
No
Start.
End.
Press the enter key.

Select the original mode to be adjusted with the original


contrast or auto/manual contrast select key.
EXP (HALF-PLAIN): normal original mode
EXP (HALF-DARK): dark original mode
EXP (HALF-LIGHT-BD): light original mode (dark background)
EXP (HALF-LIGHT-BL): light original mode (light background)

Press the enter key.

Press the stop/clear key.


Exit the simulation mode.
Insert the original and make a
test copy.
Is the image too light?
(Copy example 1)

Is the image too dark?


(Copy example 2)

Decrease the value with the


mode set keys.
Increase the value with the
mode set keys.
Setting range: 0 to 8
Reference: EXP (HALF-PLAIN): 4
EXP (HALF-DARK): 4
EXP (HALF-LIGHT-BD): 4
EXP (HALF-LIGHT-BL): 5

The larger the value, the lighter the copy image;


the smaller the value, the darker the copy image.
Original Copy
example 1

Copy
example 2

Figure 3-3-20(b)
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Enter simulation mode.
Input 142 with the numeric keys.
No
Yes
Start.
End.
Press the enter key.
Press the enter key.
Press the stop/clear key.
Exit simulation mode.
Insert the original and make a
test copy.
Is the image too dark?

Decrease the value with the


mode set keys.

Setting ranges
POINT mode: 0 to 15
MAX mode: 0 to 24
References
POINT(PLAIN): 4 MAX(PLAIN): 12
POINT(DARK): 1 MAX(DARK): 12
POINT(LIGHT): 8 MAX(LIGHT): 18

Caution:
The POINT mode settings should be smaller
than their corresponding MAX mode values.

The larger the value, the darker


the image; the smaller the value,
the lighter the image.

Select the original mode to be adjusted


with the leading edge margin or left margin key.
POINT (PLAIN): normal original mode
POINT (DARK): dark original mode
POINT (LIGHT): light original mode

No
Is the image too light?

Increase the value with the


mode set keys.

Yes
Adjustment of AE optimum level
Caution:
Do not change the MAX mode settings.
Procedure
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Examples of required originals and correct images
POINT (PLAIN)

A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
MAX (PLAIN)
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
MAX (DARK)
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
MAX (LIGHT) POINT (LIGHT)
POINT (DARK)
Few black solid areas
Clear high contrast black lines or
characters
Example: Plotter prints
Comparatively many black solid areas
High contrast solid black lines or
characters
Example: Posters
Comparatively many black solid areas
Solid black lines or characters
Visible background
Example: Posters with a
photograph/colored
background
Few black solid areas
Clear high contrast black lines or
characters
Visible background
Example: Diazo prints
Characters are not solid black
Visible background
Example: Posters with a
photograph/colored
background

Few black solid areas


Lower contrast and less solid black
lines or characters
Example: Pencil drawings
POINT
MAX
POINT
MAX
POINT
MAX
Ajustment for normal original mode:
Ajustment for dark original mode:
Ajustment for light original mode:
Figure 3-3-20(c)
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Setting AE fine adjustment intervals
Follow the procedure below when the copy density range is too narrow after the copy density
has been adjusted with the copy contrast keys in auto contrast mode.
Required original
Test chart
Procedure
Enter simulation mode.
Input 145 with the numeric keys.

Yes
No
No
Start.
End.

Press the enter key.

Press the enter key.

Press the stop/clear key.

Exit simulation mode.

Make test copies at Exp. 4 and


Exp. 5 in auto contrast mode and
compare the copy density.
Is the copy density
range too narrow?
(Copy example 1)

Is the copy density


range too wide?
(Copy example 2)
Increase the value with the
mode set keys.

Yes
Decrease the value with the
mode set keys.

Setting range: 0 to 8
Reference value: 3

The larger the value, the wider the range of copy


density; the smaller the value, the narrower the
range of copy density.

EXP.4 Copy
example 1
(EXP.5)
Copy
example 2
(EXP.5)
Figure 3-3-20(d)
The setting in simulation 142 shifts as
the value in simulation 145 changes.
The copy image becomes lighter or
darker based on the LPH output data
corresponding to the scanned image
data in auto contrast mode.
Scanned image data
L
P
H

o
u
t
p
u
t

d
a
t
a

0
0 3 3
0
32
255
Dark
light
Setting value in simulation 145

Setting in
simulation 142

8 8
Figure 3-3-20(e)
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(5) Half tone mode image quality adjustment
Follow the procedure below to adjust the image density to make clear copies of originals with
characters and photographs or dark posters in half tone mode.
Adjusting for half tone light original mode
Required original
Original with characters and photographs
Procedure
Enter simulation mode.
Input 141 with the numeric keys.
No
Start.
End.
Press the enter key.
Select HALF L BL with the
leading edge margin or left
margin key.
Press the enter key.
Press the stop/clear key.
Exit simulation mode.
Insert the original and make a
test copy.
Is the solid black area
too thick?

Decrease the value with the


mode set keys.

Setting range: 6 to +14


Reference: 3
The larger the value, the thicker
the image; the smaller the value,
the thinner the image.

Yes
No
Is the solid black area
too thin?

Increase the value with the


mode set keys.
Yes
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ABCDEFG
HIJKLMNO
PQRSTUV
ABCDEFG
HIJKLMNO
PQRSTUV
Correct image Incorrect image
Figure 3-3-20(f)
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Adjusting for half tone dark original mode
Required original
Dark poster
Procedure
Enter simulation mode.

Input 141 with the numeric keys.

No
Start.
End.

Press the enter key.

Select HALF D with the leading


edge margin or left margin key.

Press the enter key.

Press the stop/clear key.

Exit simulation mode.

Insert the original and make a


test copy.

Is the solid black area


too thin?

Increase the value with the


mode set keys.

Setting range: 6 to +14


Reference: 0

The larger the value, the thicker the image;


the smaller the value, the thinner the image.

Yes
Is the solid black area
too thick?

Decrease the value with


the mode set keys.

Yes
No
Correct image

Incorrect image
Figure 3-3-20(g)
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(6) Image contrast adjustment (adjustment of filter gain)
Follow the procedure below to make characters clear.
Adjustment for black & white (character) mode
Required original
Test chart
Procedure
Input 144 with the numeric keys.

No
Yes
End.
Press the enter key.

Select CHARACTER with the


leading edge margin or left margin
key.

Enter simulation mode.

Input 143 with the numeric keys.

Start.

Press the enter key.

Press the stop/clear key.

Select MODE 2 with the enter


key.

Change the value with the mode


set keys.

Press the stop/clear key.

Exit simulation mode.

Insert the original and make a


test copy.

Is the image contrast


correct?

Setting range: 0.1 to 1.9


Reference: 1.0

The larger the value, the stronger the image contrast;


the smaller the value, the weaker the image contrast.

Correct image Incorrect image

A A A
A A A
A A A
A A A
A A A
A A A
Figure 3-3-20(h)
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Adjustment for half tone light original mode (dark background)
Required original
Map
Procedure
Input 144 with the numeric keys.

No
Yes
End.

Press the enter key.

Select HALF LIGHT BD with the


leading edge margin or left margin
key.

Enter simulation mode.

Start.

Change the value with the mode


set keys.

Press the stop/clear key.

Exit simulation mode.

Insert the original and make a


test copy.

Is the image contrast


correct?

Setting range: 0.1 to 1.9


Reference: 0.5

The larger the value, the stronger the image contrast;


the smaller the value, the weaker the image contrast.

Correct image

Incorrect image

Figure 3-3-20(i)
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Adjusting for half tone light original mode (light background)
Required original
Test chart
Procedure
Input 144 with the numeric keys.

No
Yes
End.

Press the enter key.

Select HALF LIGHT BL with the


leading edge margin or left margin
key.

Enter simulation mode.

Start.
Change the value with the mode
set keys.

Press the stop/clear key.

Exit simulation mode.

Insert the original and make a


test copy.

Setting range: 0.1 to 1.9


Reference 0.6

The larger the value, the stronger the contrast;


the smaller the value, the weaker the contrast.

Is the tone grada-


tion clear?
Correct image

Incorrect image

Figure 3-3-20(j)
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(7) Image focus adjustment (LPH height adjustment)
Perform after replacing the LPH.
Procedure
1. Enter simulation mode.
2. Input 158 with the numeric keys.
3. Press the enter key. A test pattern is printed out.
Figure 3-3-21 Test pattern
4. Using a magnifier, check if the lines of the smaller pattern are clearly printed.
5. Detach the developing assembly from the main unit.
6. Remove the three screws and the LPH lower partition.
7. Loosen the six screws holding the LPH.
LPH screws
LPH lower partition
Figure 3-3-22
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8. Close the LPH lower partition and retighten the three screws.
9. Refit the developing assembly to the main unit.
10. Press the enter key and check the test pattern printout.
11. Adjust the height of the LPH by turning the adjustment pins on the machine right and
left.
Turn the adjustment pins clockwise (e) to raise the LPH. Turn them counterclockwise
(b) to lower the LPH.
LPH height adjustment pins LPH lower partition
Figure 3-3-23
12. Repeat steps 10 and 11 until the correct test pattern is obtained.
13. Press the stop/clear key.
14. Exit simulation mode.
15. Detach the developing assembly from the main unit.
16. Open the LPH lower partition and tighten the six screws for the LPH.
Fasten one of the two LPH retainers with the lower edges of the pins in contact with
the lower edges of the slots, using the two screws. Fasten the other retainer with the
upper edges of the pins in contact with the upper edges of the slots.
17. Close the LPH lower partition and tighten the three screws.
18. Refit the developing assembly to the main unit.
Screws

Pins
LPH retainers

Figure 3-3-23 (a)


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(8) Replacement of the ISU PCB
Procedure
1. Open the main unit.
2. Remove the three screws and pull out the ISU mount.
3. Remove all the connectors inserted into the ISU PCB.
4. Remove the four screws and the ISU PCB.
ISU PCB
ISU mount
Figure 3-3-24
5. Adjust controls VR1, VR3, VR4 and VR5 on the new ISU PCB to their original positions
on the old ISU PCB.
ISU PCB
VR3
VR1
VR5
VR4
Figure 3-3-25
6. Fit the new ISU PCB to the ISU mount with the four screws.
7. Insert the ISU mount and tighten the three screws.
8. Close the main unit.
9. Execute simulation No. 121 Adjusting gain (see page 3-2-30-1).
10. Execute simulation No. 120 Adjusting correction (see page 3-2-30-1).
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(9) Replacing the LED printhead and LPHROM PCB
Replace the LED printhead as follows.
Caution:
Always replace the LED printhead and LPHROM PCB as a set. After replacing the LED
printhead, be sure to adjust the image focus (simulation No. 158: see page 3-3-28).
Procedure
1. Remove the lower left cover, lower rear cover, developing assembly, cleaning assembly
and drum.
2. Remove the 5P connector of the drum potential sensor and pull it out via the opening
in the left frame.
5P connector
Figure 3-3-25 (a)
3. Remove the three screws and the LPH lower partition.
4. Remove the two screws and the two LPH retainers.
Screws
Screw
Screw
Screw
LPH lower partition
LPH retainer
LPH retainer
Figure 3-3-25 (b)
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5. Remove the two pins.
6. Remove the 8P and 60P connectors.
7. Take out the LED printhead.
Pin
Pin
LED printhead
8P connector
60P connector
Figure 3-3-25 (c)
8. Remove the seven screws and the main PCB cover.
9. Remove the two screws, and remove the LPHROM PCB connectors from the main PCB.
Screws
Screws
Main PCB cover
Screws
Main PCB
LPHROM PCB
Figure 3-3-25 (d)
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10. Remove the four screws and then the LPH right and left positioning plates & LPH
cleaning spring plate.
11. Remove the LPH cleaning lever.
Screws
LPH left
positioning plate
LPH right
positioning plate
Screw
Screw
LPH cleaning lever
LPH cleaning spring plate
LED printhead
Figure 3-3-25 (e)
12. Refit all the removed parts.
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(10) Cleaning the LED printhead
Perform the following cleaning when the copy image is faint or a white line appears
longitudinally.
Procedure
1. Detach the cleaning assembly, drum and developing assembly.
2. Remove the three screws and open the LPH lower partition.
3. Slide the LPH cleaning lever back and forth once.
LPH lower partition
Screw
Screw
Screw
LPH cleaning lever
Figure 3-3-25 (f)
4. Refit all the removed parts.
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(11) Replacement of the contact image sensor
Replace the contact image sensor as follows.
Procedure
1. Detach the cleaning assembly and drum.
2. Open the upper right side cover (one screw) and detach the lower left cover, operation
unit, left center original cover, right center original cover, hinge left cover, hinge right
cover, upper left cover and upper right cover.
3. Remove the 4P connectors of the fluorescent lamp and fluorescent lamp heater.
Fluorescent lamp
heater 4P connector
Fluorescent lamp
4P connector
Figure 3-3-25 (g)
4. Remove the three screws and pull out the ISU mount.
5. Remove all the connectors connected to the ISU PCB.
ISU PCB
ISU mount
Screw
Screw
Screw
Figure 3-3-25 (h)
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6. Remove the two pins and the ISU mount.
Pin
Pin
ISU mount
Figure 3-3-25 (i)
7. Remove the four bundles of contact image sensor wires from the five wire retainers.
Wire retainers
Figure 3-3-25 (j)
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8. Remove the seven screws from the original front guide.
Original front guide
Screws
Screws
Screw
Screw
Screw
Figure 3-3-25 (k)
9. Remove the two screws holding the contact image sensor.
Screw Screw
Contact image sensor
Figure 3-3-25 (l)
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10. Detach the contact image sensor from the main unit.
Contact image sensor
Figure 3-3-25 (m)
11. Refit all the removed parts.
Caution:
Refit the four bundles of contact image sensor wires so that numbers 1 to 4 indicated on
the connectors match the connector numbers CN1 to CN4 on the ISU PCB.
ISU PCB
CN1
1 2 3 4
CN2 CN3 CN4
Figure 3-3-25 (n)
12. After replacing the contact image sensor, execute simulation No. 121 Adjusting gain
(see page 3-2-30-1) and then simulation No. 120 Adjusting correction (see page
3-2-30-1).
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(12) Adjustment of optical axis
Follow the procedure below if there is a regular error between the centers of the original and
the copy image on the paper.
Procedure
Start.
End.
Enter simulation mode.
Input 132 with the numeric keys.
Yes
No
Press the enter key.
Press the enter key.
Press the stop/clear key.
Insert the original and make a
test copy.
Exit simulation mode.
Does the center
line of the copy
image align with that
of original?
Change the value with the mode set keys.
When the test copy looks like copy
example 1, increase the value.
When the test copy looks like copy
example 2, decrease the value.
Setting range: 3.0 to +3.0 mm
Change for 1 step: 0.5 mm
Reference: 0
The image moves to the left as the value increases,
and to the right as the value decreases.
Original Copy example 1 Copy example 2
Figure 3-3-25(o)
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(13) Adjustment of the image width in the main scanning direction
Follow the procedure below to widen the maximum print width of LPH when the right or left
edge of the copy image is not printed after the optical axis has been adjusted in simulation
132.
Caution:
Make a test copy on paper of A1 width (841 mm) using an original of A1 width (841 mm)
or larger with a lateral line drawn from one end to the other.
Procedure
Start.
End.
Enter simulation mode.
Input 133 with the numeric keys.
No
Yes
Press the enter key.
Press the enter key.
Press the stop/clear key.
Insert the original and make a
test copy.
Exit simulation mode.
Is right edge or left edge
of the copy image missing?
(Copy examples 1 & 2)
Increase the value with the mode set
keys.
Setting range: 0.0 to 3.0 mm
Change for 1 step: 1.0 mm
Reference: 0.0 mm
The larger the value, the wider the print width of the image;
the smaller the value, the narrower the print width of the image.
Original Copy example 1 Copy example 2
841 mm or larger
Figure 3-3-25(p)
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(14) Adjustment for prescan in reduction copy mode
Follow the procedure below if a trailing edge margin appears when carrying out synchro cut
copy in reduction copy mode.
Procedure
Start.
End.
Enter simulation mode.
Input 025 with the numeric keys.
No
Yes
Press the enter key.
Press the enter key.
Press the stop/clear key.
Set the magnification to 99%.
Insert the original (A1 lateral) and
make a test copy.
Select synchro cut copy mode.
Exit simulation mode.
Is the trailing edge
margin 0 mm?
Change the value with the
mode set keys.
Setting range: 20 to +20
Reference: 0
Change for one step: 0.99 mm
(the value differs depending
on the magnification set)
The larger the value, the longer the trailing edge margin;
the smaller the value, the shorter the trailing edge margin.
Original Copy example
Trailing edge
margin
Figure 3-3-25(q)
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(15) Setting the shading mode
Follow the procedure below to set the exposure lamp light intensity for shading if soil on the
contact glass causes longitudinal lines on the copy image.
Required original
Test chart
Procedure
Enter simulation mode.
Input 113 with the numeric keys.
Yes
Yes
No
Start.
End.
Press the enter key.
Press the enter key.
Press the stop/clear key.
Exit simulation mode.
Insert the original and make a
test copy.
Are there any
longitudinal lines on the image?
(Copy example 1)
Decrease the value with the
mode set keys.
No
Is the entire image light?
(Copy example 2)
Increase the value with the
mode set keys.
Setting range: 30 to 99
(the lamp light intensity for shading)
Reference: 55
The larger the value, the darker the image;
the smaller the value, the lighter the image.
If the value is too small, a shading problem
is detected and copying is disabled even if
the original is inserted.
*The lamp light intensity for shading
is set to 55 (reference value) when
1: SHADING MODE1 is selected.
Select 2: SHADING MODE2
with the leading edge margin key
or left margin key.*
Original Copy example 1 Copy example 2
Figure 3-3-25(r)
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(16) Adjustment of leading edge registration (when connected to the interface
controller)
Follow the procedure below when the leading edge of the image scanned in scanner mode
does not align with that of the image output in printer mode.
Caution:
Before starting this adjustment, ensure that all the adjustments in the above simulations
are completed.
Draw a line 10 mm from the leading edge of the document.
Procedure
Sim. 53
(p. 3-3-22)
Sim. 57
(p. 3-3-5)
Sim. 117
Yes
No
No
Start.
Yes
Enter simulation mode.
Input 117 with the numeric keys.
Press the enter key.
Press the enter key.
Press the stop/clear key.
Press the stop/clear key.
Exit simulation mode.
End.
Is length A from
the line to the leading
edge shorter than 10 mm
(copy example 1)?
Is length A from
the line to the leading
edge longer than 10 mm
(copy example 2)?
Scan the original in scanner mode.
Output the scanned image in
printer mode.
Increase the value with the
mode set keys.
Decrease the value with the
mode set keys.
Setting range: 128 to +128
Reference: 0
Change for 1 step: 4 mm
The larger the value, the earlier
the original image read-in timing;
the smaller the value, the later
the original image read-in timing.
Figure 3-3-25(s)
10 mm
Line
A A
Original Copy
example 1
Copy
example 2
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3-3-5 Developing section
(1) Changing developer
Follow the procedure below when replacing the developer.
Procedure
1. Remove the lower rear cover.
2. Put the plastic bag in the developer collection box.
Plastic bag
Developer collection box
Figure 3-3-26
3. Open the upper right side cover.
4. Remove the screw and remove the developing shutter.
Developing shutter
Figure 3-3-27
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5. Close the upper right side cover.
6. Remove the 3P connector of the toner feed motor.
7. Enter simulation mode.
8. Perform simulation 41 (forced stabilization).
9. Perform simulation 10 (drive motor operational check).
The main unit starts operation and the developer is ejected from the developing
assembly into the plastic bag in the developer collection box.
10. If no more developer is ejected into the plastic bag after 12 to 15 minutes have elapsed,
press the stop/clear key.
The main unit stops operating.
11. Attach the developing shutter to the developing assembly.
12. Detach the upper rear cover.
13. Remove the developing assembly from the main unit.
14. Detach the toner hopper assembly from the developing assembly.
15. Remove the developer remaining on the developing roller.
16. Attach the developing assembly to the main unit.
Make sure that the developing assembly is attached at very left-end position so the
gears of the developing assembly mesh with the gears of the main unit.
17. Set safety switch 6 to the forced ON position.
18. Shake the developer bottle well to mix the developer.
19. Perform simulation 10 (drive motor operational check) and pour the developer evenly
into the developing assembly.
20. Press the stop/clear key.
21. Attach the toner hopper assembly to the developing assembly.
The 3P connector of the toner feed motor must not be connected.
22. Attach the upper rear cover.
23. Perform simulation 60 (developer setting).
After about 3 minutes, the toner control voltage is set automatically and the setting is
displayed. Be sure to write the displayed value on the simulation label.
24. Turn the main switch off and back on to reset forced stabilization. The copier exits the
simulation mode.
25. Connect the 3P connector of the toner feed motor.
26. Remove the plastic bag inserted in the developer collection box.
27. Attach the lower rear cover.
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(2) Adjustment of doctor blade: reference
Perform when carrier or dark background appears on copies, or when attaching or removing
the doctor blade.
Procedure
1. Remove the developer from the developing assembly. (Follow steps 1 to 14 of changing
developer on page 3-3-31.)
2. Detach the screw and the developing unit cover.
Pin
Developing unit cover
Clamp
Screw

Figure 3-3-28
3. Loosen the four screws (two each on the right and left sides) on the doctor blade.
Screws
Figure 3-3-29
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4. Loosen the six doctor blade adjustment screws on the upper developing unit stay.
Figure 3-3-30
5. Insert a thickness gauge into the five points indicated in the diagram and adjust the gap
between the doctor blade and the developing roller to the individually specified
distances by turning adjustment screws 1 and 2.
20 mm 20 mm
1 2 3 4 5
Developing roller
Doctor blade
Doctor blade
Upper developing unit stay
Distances between the doctor blade and the developing roller:
1 5: A 0.7 mm thickness gauge should enter smoothly and a 0.75 mm one should not.
2 4: A 0.65 mm thickness gauge should enter smoothly and a 0.7 mm one should not.
3: A 0.6 mm thickness gauge should enter smoothly and a 0.65 mm one should not.
Screw 1
Screw 2
To increase the gap, loosen
screw 2 and tighten screw 1.
To decrease the gap, loosen
screw 1 and tighten screw 2.
Figure 3-3-31
6. Insert developer in the developing assembly and carry out initial setting of the developer
(follow steps 15 to 26 of changing developer on page 3-3-32).
7. Make a test copy to check the copy image.
Doctor blade adjustment screws
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(3) Adjustment of position for magnetic brush: reference
Check or adjust when the image is faint.
Caution:
Before adjusting, check that the position of the doctor blade is correct and that there is the
right amount of developer.
Procedure
1. Detach the toner hopper assembly from the developing assembly.
2. Loosen the two hex screws on the developing roller shaft and adjust the developer roller
bearing so that the distance from the peak of the magnetic brush to the valley of the
developing unit housing is 45.2 mm (reference value).
If the position of the magnetic brush is smaller than the specified measurement, carrier
can stick to copies. If the position is larger, dark background can appear on copies.
A
A
Developing roller bearing
A: 45.2 mm
Figure 3-3-32
3. After finishing adjustments, reattach the parts and make a test copy to check the image.
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(4) Replacement of the lower developing seal
Replace the lower developing seal as follows.
Procedure
1. Peel the lower developing seal off the developing assembly.
2. Attach the new lower developing seal to the developing assembly using double-sided
tape.
Ensure the ends of the seal are aligned with the inner edges A and B of the right and
left developing unit frames so the seal does not crease.
Left developing unit frame
Right developing unit frame
Lower developing seal
Double-sided tape
A
B

Figure 3-3-33
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3-3-6 Transfer/separation section
(1) Replacement of charger wire
Follow the procedure below when the charger wire is broken or when replacing the wire.
Caution:
Use the specified tungsten wire for the charger wire. (Item No. 74716280, Anodized
tungsten wire, 0.08 mm)
The section wound around the charger spring should not protrude from the left transfer
charger housing.
The end of the charger wire should not protrude from under the washer.
Be sure to use tungsten wire that is free of soiling or damage.
Keep the charger wire taut by stretching the charger spring.
When replacing the charger wire be sure to clean the individual sections of the transfer
charger assembly (inside of charger housing, etc).
Procedure
1. Open the main unit.
2. Remove the screw and then the transfer charger assembly from the main unit by pulling
up in the direction shown by the arrow.
Transfer charger assembly
Screw
Figure 3-3-34
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3. Remove the transfer inner shield from the transfer outer shield.
Transfer outer shield
Transfer inner shield
Figure 3-3-35
4. Remove the right and left transfer charger lids and the left and right transfer seals.
5. Remove the charger spring from the pin inside the transfer charger left housing and
loosen the screw to remove the charger wire.
Left transfer charger lid
Left transfer seal
Charger spring
Tungsten wire
Right transfer charger lid
Right transfer seal
Screw
Washer
Figure 3-3-36
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6. Wind the tungsten wire 4-5 times around one end of the charger spring and hang the
charger spring on the protrusion inside the transfer charger left housing.
7. Pass the tungsten wire under the washer and tighten with the screw keeping the charger
wire stretched so that the charger spring is at least 16 mm long.
Figure 3-3-37
8. After wiring, return the parts to their original positions.
Tungsten wire
Greater than 16 mm
Charger spring
Twist wire
Cut here
Screw
Tungsten wire
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(2) Replacement of transfer wire
Follow the procedure below when the transfer wire is broken or when replacing the wire.
Caution:
Approximately 3.0 m of wire is required to replace the transfer wire.
Use the specified wire (Item No. 74716290).
Procedure
1. Loosen the two screws on the bottom of the transfer outer shield and remove the transfer
wire.
2. Remove the insulating tube from the transfer wire.
Insulating tube
Figure 3-3-38
3. Wind one end of the transfer wire once around the screw on the right side of the bottom
of the transfer outer shield and tighten the screw.
The transfer wire should be passed under the washer. The end should not protrude
more than 5 mm from the washer.
Washer
Screw
5 mm
Figure 3-3-39
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4. Hook the transfer wire onto the claw and thread it through the grooves of the transfer
outer shield. Cross the wire at the 16th pin as shown below and continue to thread the
wire.
When wiring at the last claw, pass the transfer wire through the insulating tube so that
the insulating tube is in the position shown in the figure.
1 2 16
Insulating tube
Cross the wire

Figure 3-3-40
5. Tighten the transfer wire to remove any slack and wind one end of the transfer wire
around the screw once on the left side of the bottom of the transfer outer shield and then
tighten the screw.
The transfer wire should be passed under the washer. The end of the transfer wire
should not protrude more than 5 mm from the washer.
Screw
Washer
5 mm
Be sure to wind in the
direction of the arrow
Figure 3-3-41
6. After wiring, return the parts to their original positions.
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3-3-7 Cleaning section
(1) Attachment and removal of the cleaning blade
Follow the procedure below when replacing the cleaning blade.
Caution:
Coat the cleaning blade with toner (simulation No. 40) after replacing it.
Procedure
1. Remove the main charger assembly from the cleaning assembly.
2. Loosen the screw and remove the cleaning unit weight.
Cleaning unit weight
Figure 3-3-42
3. Remove the five screws (2 each on right and left, 1 in the center) and the grid assembly.
Screws
Grid assembly
Figure 3-3-43
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4. Remove the stop rings on the left and right side and remove the bearings.
5. Remove the screw on the cleaning seal left and right attachment plates.
Figure 3-3-44
6. Release the cleaning seal left and right attachment plates in the direction shown by the
arrow.
7. Remove the cleaning blade.
8. Remove the cleaning seal left and right attachment plates from the cleaning blade.
Cleaning blade
Cleaning seal attachment plate
Figure 3-3-45
Stop ring
Bearing
Cleaning seal
right attach-
ment plate
Cleaning blade
Cleaning blade
Cleaning seal left
attachment plate
Bearing
Stop ring
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9. Remove the weight mount (two screws) from the cleaning blade and fit it to the new
blade.
Cleaning blade
Weight mount
Figure 3-3-46
10. After replacement, return the parts to their original positions.
Caution:
When refitting the cleaning seal right and left attachment plates, ensure the right and left
cleaning seals (red) are not overriding the seal parts of the lower cleaning blade.
Lower cleaning blade
The lower cleaning blade should be
above the cleaning seal.
Left cleaning seal
Cleaning seal left
attachment plate
Figure 3-3-47
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(2) Attachment and removal of lower cleaning blade
Follow the procedure below when replacing the lower cleaning blade.
Procedure
1. Loosen the four screws (1 each on right and left, 2 in the center) and remove the lower
cleaning blade.
Lower cleaning blade
Figure 3-3-48
2. After replacement, return the parts to their original positions.
Ensure that the lower cleaning blade is installed all the way toward the machine left.
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(3) Attachment and removal of cleaning fur brush
Follow the procedure below when cleaning or replacing the cleaning fur brush.
Procedure
1. Remove the cleaning blade.
2. Remove the stop ring and then remove fur brush gear 17, the shim, pin and the bearing.
Pin
Bearing
Shim
Stop ring
Fur brush gear 17

Figure 3-3-49
3. Remove the stop ring and the bearing.
4. Remove the cleaning fur brush.
Cleaning fur brush
Bearing
Stop ring
Figure 3-3-50
5. After cleaning or replacement, return the parts to their original positions.
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(4) Attachment and removal of separation claw
Follow the procedure below when replacing the separation claw.
Procedure
1. Remove the screws on the separation spring.
Separation spring
Separation shaft
Figure 3-3-51
2. Remove the separation claw guide.
3. Move the separation claw to the D-cut section of the separation shaft and remove the
separation claw from the separation shaft.
Figure 3-3-52
4. After replacement, return the parts to their original positions.
Check that the separation claws move smoothly.
Separation claw guide
Separation claw
D-cut section
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3-3-8 Fixing section
(1) Attachment and removal of fixing heaters M and S
Follow the procedure below when inspecting or replacing fixing heaters M and/or S.
Procedure
1. Detach the upper right removal cover, upper left removal cover, lower right removal
cover, and lower left removal cover.
2. Disconnect the 1P connectors from both ends of the fixing heaters.
3. Remove a screw on each side and remove the left and right heater support plates.
4. Remove the fixing heaters by pulling them out of the heat roller.
When reattaching the fixing heaters, be sure that the blue 1P connector (for fixing
heater S) is on the front of the copier and the white one (for fixing heater M) is on the
rear.
Figure 3-3-53
5. After inspecting or replacing, return the parts to their original positions.
Left heater support plate
1P connectors
Fixing heater S
Fixing heater M
B W
Fixing heater S

Fixing heater M
White 1P connector
Blue 1P connector
Right heater support plate
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(2) Attachment and removal of heat roller
Follow the procedure below when cleaning or replacing the heat roller.
Procedure
1. Remove fixing heaters M and S (see page 3-3-48).
2. Press the fixing section release lever to open the fixing section.
3. While holding up the fixing section, remove the left and right fixing release sliders from
the upper release pivot pin.
4. Open the fixing section all the way.
Upper release pivot pin
Fixing release slider
Figure 3-3-54
5. Fasten the right fixing unit frame with the screw to keep the fixing unit open.
Right fixing unit frame
Screw
Figure 3-3-55
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6. Remove the middle removal cover.
7. Remove the 2P connector of the eject switch, the 3P connector of the fixing unit pulse
sensor, the two screws and the upper eject guide.
Upper eject guide
3P connector
2P connector
Figure 3-3-56
8. Remove the C-ring, the heat roller gear, the bearing retainer (two screws), and the heat
roller bearing on the heat roller left side.
Heat roller
Bearing retainer
C-ring
Heat roller gear
Heat roller bearing
Screws
Figure 3-3-57
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9. Remove the C-ring, the bearing retainer (two screws) and the heat roller bearing on the
heat roller right side.
10. Remove the heat roller.
Heat roller
Heat roller bearing
Bearing retainer
C-ring
Figure 3-3-58
11. After cleaning or replacement, return the parts to their original positions.
Important: After replacement of the heat roller, the separation claws may leave lines on
solid black copies if sufficient silicon oil is not applied on the roller surface. To
preempt this problem, perform simulation 10 for 10 minutes or more after heat
roller replacement.
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(3) Attachment and removal of the press roller
Follow the procedure below when cleaning or replacing the press roller.
Procedure
1. Remove the left and right fixing unit release sliders from the upper release pivot pin and
open the fixing section all the way (see page 3-3-49).
2. Fasten the right fixing unit frame with the screw to keep the fixing unit open (see page
3-3-49).
3. Remove the screw and pin, and remove the lower eject guide.
Screw
Pin
Lower eject guide
Figure 3-3-59
4. Release the fixing unit front guide by lifting it up in the direction shown by the arrow.
5. Remove the press roller from the main unit.
6. Remove the press roller shaft from the press roller by pulling it out.
Fixing unit front guide
Press roller
Press roller shaft
Press roller
Figure 3-3-60
7. After cleaning or replacement, return the parts to their original positions.
Apply a small amount of silicon oil (Item No. 49925515-silicon oil SH200) to the
surface of the temperature detection sections of fixing unit thermistors 3 and 4.
8. Make test copies until the silicon oil applied to fixing unit thermistors 3 and 4 no longer
shows.
Important: After replacement of the press roller, the separation claws may leave lines on
solid black copies if sufficient silicon oil is not applied on the roller surface. To
preempt this problem, perform simulation 10 for 10 minutes or more after press
roller replacement.
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(4) Attachment and removal of oil roller
Follow the procedure below when replacing the oil roller.
Procedure
1. Detach the upper right removal cover, upper left removal cover, lower right removal
cover, and lower left removal cover.
2. Remove the four screws and the 4P and 5P connectors and then detach the original
table assembly.
4P connector
Original table assembly

5P connector
Figure 3-3-61
3. Remove the two screws and detach the fixing unit cover.
Fixing unit cover

Figure 3-3-62
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4. Remove the crimp springs on the right and left of the oil roller.
Crimp spring
Figure 3-3-63
5. Loosen the hex-socket-head screw and remove gear 27T from the left of the oil roller.
6. Remove the E-rings on the left and right of the oil roller and remove the bearings.
E-rings
Bearing
Hex-socket-head screw
Gear 27T
Bearing
Figure 3-3-64
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7. Remove the oil roller.
Oil roller
Figure 3-3-65
8. After replacement, return the parts to their original positions.
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(5) Attachment and removal of fixing unit thermistors 1 and 2
Follow the procedure below when inspecting or replacing fixing unit thermistors 1 or 2.
Procedure
1. Remove the upper right removal cover, upper left removal cover, lower right removal
cover, and lower left removal cover.
2. Remove the original table assembly and the fixing unit cover (see page 3-3-53).
3. Remove the screw and the 2P connector (right side of main unit). Remove fixing unit
thermistor 1 or 2.
When reattaching fixing unit thermistor 1 or 2, be sure that the surface of the thermistor
is in contact with the heat roller. Insert the black 2P connector of fixing unit thermistor
1 into the black 2P plug of the thermistor relay wire, and the white 2P connector of fixing
unit thermistor 2 into the white 2P plug.
Fixing unit thermistor 2
White 2P connector
Black 2P connector
Fixing unit thermistor 1

Figure 3-3-66
4. After inspection or replacement, return the parts to their original positions.
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(6) Attachment and removal of fixing unit thermal switches 1 and 2
Follow the procedure below when inspecting or replacing fixing unit thermal switches 1 or
2.
Caution:
When replacing the fixing unit thermal switches (thermostats), be sure to use the specified
parts.
If wires are used instead of the specified fixing unit thermal switches (thermostats), the
copier may be seriously damaged.
Procedure
1. Remove the upper right removal cover, upper left removal cover, lower right removal
cover, and lower left removal cover.
2. Remove the original table assembly and the fixing unit cover (see page 3-3-53).
3. Remove the two screws and 1P connector of each fixing thermal switch and then the
thermal switch relay wire. Detach fixing thermal switch 1 or 2.
Thermal switch relay wire
1P connector
1P connector
Fixing unit thermal switch 1
Fixing unit thermal switch 2
Figure 3-3-67
4. After inspection or replacement, return the parts to their original positions.
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(7) Attachment and removal of fixing unit thermistors 3 and 4
Follow the procedure below when inspecting or replacing fixing unit thermistors 3 or 4.
Procedure
1. Remove the left and right fixing unit release sliders from the upper release pivot pin and
open the fixing section all the way (see page 3-3-49).
2. Fasten the right fixing unit frame with the screw to keep the fixing unit open (see page
3-3-49).
3. Remove the two screws and remove the lower eject guide. (see page 3-3-52).
4. Remove the screw, the 2P connector and fixing unit thermistor 3 or 4.
When reattaching fixing unit thermistor 3 or 4, be sure that the surface of the thermistor
is in contact with the press roller while closing the fixing section.
Fixing unit thermistor 4
Fixing unit thermistor 3
Figure 3-3-68
5. After inspection or replacement, return the parts to their original positions.
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(8) Attachment and removal of the external temperature thermistor
Follow the procedure below when inspecting or replacing the external temperature
thermistor.
Procedure
1. Remove the lower left cover.
2. Remove the screw and the 2P connector and remove the external temperature
thermistor.
External temperature
thermistor
2P connector
Figure 3-3-69
3. After inspection or replacement, return the parts to their original positions.
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3-3-9 Other sections
(1) Adjusting the tension of paper feed section drive belt 1
Follow the procedure below when attaching or removing the paper feed motor or when
replacing paper feed section drive belt 1.
Procedure
1. Remove the lower left cover.
2. Loosen the screw on paper feed drive tension plate 1.
3. Tighten the screw so that the edge of the protrusion on paper feed drive tension plate
1 and the center of the screw align.

Paper feed section drive belt 1


Screw

Protrusion
Paper feed drive
tension plate 1
Figure 3-3-70
4. After adjustment, return the parts to their original positions.
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(2) Adjusting the tension of paper feed section drive belt 2 [when installing 3rd
roll unit (optional) only.]
Follow the procedure below when replacing paper feed section drive belt 2.
Procedure
1. Remove the lower left cover.
2. Loosen the screw on paper feed drive tension plate 2.
3. Tighten the screw so that the end of paper feed drive tension plate 2 is in the center of
the hole of roll drive assembly B.
Paper feed section
drive belt 2
Edge
Paper feed drive
tension plate 2
Roll drive assembly B
Hole
Figure 3-3-71
4. After adjustment, return the parts to their original positions.
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(3) Adjusting the tension of the cutter drive belt
Follow the procedure below when attaching or removing the cutter unit or when replacing
the cutter drive belt.
Procedure
1. Remove the lower left cover.
2. Loosen the screw on the cutter drive tension plate.
3. Tighten the screw so that the screw is in the center of the long hole of the cutter drive
tension plate.
Cutter drive
tension plate
Cutter
drive belt
Screw
Figure 3-3-72
4. After adjustment, return the parts to their original positions.
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(4) Adjusting the tension of original feed drive belt 1
Follow the procedure below when attaching or removing the original feed clutch or when
replacing original feed drive belt 1.
Procedure
1. Open the upper right side cover.
2. Loosen the two screws on the original drive tension plate.
3. Tighten the two screws while the original drive tension plate is pulled by the tension
spring.
Note: Do not stretch the tension spring excessively.
Origianl feed drive belt 1
Screws
Original drive
tension plate
Tension spring
Figure 3-3-73
4. After adjustment, return the parts to their original positions.
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(4-1) Adjusting the tension of the developing drive belt
Follow the procedure below when replacing the developing drive belt.
Procedure
1. Remove the lower left cover.
2. Loosen the screw holding the developing drive tension plate.
3. Retighten the screw with the edge of the developing drive tension plate aligned with the
center of the hole in the developing drive mount.
Hole
Developing drive mount
Developing drive belt
Screw
Developing drive
tension plate
Figure 3-3-73 (a)
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(5) Attachment and removal of ozone filter
Follow the procedure below when replacing the ozone filter.
Procedure
1. Open the main unit.
2. Remove the lower left cover.
3. Remove the screw and then the ozone filter retainer.
4. Remove the screw and the ozone filter.
Ozone filter
Ozone filter retainer

Figure 3-3-74
5. After replacement, return the parts to their original positions.
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3-4 PCB Initial Settings
3-4-1 Main PCB............................................................................................ 3-4-1
3-4-2 Non-field-adjustable volume controls .................................................. 3-4-3
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3-4-1
3-4-1 Main PCB
When replacing the main PCB, simply fit the backup PCB that was attached to the old main
PCB to the new main PCB. However, if the backup PCB is going to be replaced, it is
necessary to take the following procedure.
Procedure
With the backup PCB that has been used
1. Record the following data of user-set items.
Settings used in program copy mode
Initial copy settings
2. Enter the simulation mode.
3. Run the following simulations and record the counts.
4. Exit the simulation mode.
5. Turn the main switch off and disconnect the power plug.
6. Replace the backup PCB.
Sim. No. Counts to be recorded
72 Maintenance count
73 Total counter count
74 Jam counts by the paper source
76 Total counts by the paper source
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Sim. No. Contents
25 Adjustment for prescan in reduction copy mode
26 Setting delay before original feed start
31 Ignoring developing control
35 Entering drum surface potential data for black & white mode
36 Entering drum surface potential data for half-tone mode
46 Setting fixing stabilization at low speed
53 Adjusting 100% magnification
54 Adjusting leading edge registration
55 Adjusting synchrocut length (297 mm)
56 Adjusting synchrocut length (1189 mm)
57 Adjusting the leading edge margin
58 Adjusting trailing edge margin/displayed synchrocut length
59 Adjusting the paper cut position for specified length cut mode
63 Checking/changing toner control voltage
66 Entering toner sensor control level/copy count
67 Selecting operation under the empty toner condition
71 Selecting the maintenance cycle (metric models only)
75 Entering the service telephone No.
80 Switching the counter counting units
81 Selecting the language
82 Selecting between key counter/card
84 Selecting the No. of exposure steps
86 Switching the fixing temperature
87 Disabling cancellation of auto shutoff function
89 Setting optional roll unit
92 Setting potential correction intervals
94 Setting the maximum copy length for multiple copy mode
95 Setting the maximum copy length for roll/bypass mode
96 Selecting the action after paper empty detection
97 Switching between front and rear ejection of originals
98 Selecting the copy count timing
109 Setting the controller type
113 Setting the shading mode
115 Selecting the connection to the interface controller
116 Setting the time to return from the offline condition
117 Adjusting the leading edge registration (when connected to the interface
controller)
132 Adjusting optical axis
With the new backup PCB
7. Connect the power plug and turn the copier main switch on.
8. Enter the simulation mode.
9. Run simulations 70 and 85.
10. Clean the contact glass and middle upper original roller.
11. Run simulation 120 to conduct correction.
12. Run simulation 83 to select between inch and metric specifications.
13. Run the following simulations and enter the data recorded on the simulation label.
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14. Exit the simulation mode.
15. Enter the data of user-set functions recorded in step 1.
3-4-2 Non-field-adjustable volume controls
Some of the volume controls that have been adjusted at the factory before shipment cannot
be readjusted in the field. Handle these controls carefully.
Keep hands away from the non-field-adjustable controls shown below:
Main high-voltage transformer: VRG, VRMC
ST high-voltage transformer: VR1, VR11, VR21
Developing bias high-voltage transformer: VR1
Drum potential sensor PCB: VR1, VR3
Power source PCB: RV1, RV2
LPH power source PCB: RV1
133 Adjusting the image width in the main scanning direction
140 Adjusting exposure amount
141 Adjusting half-tone image quality (dark/light)
142 Adjusting AE optimum level
143 Switching filter modes
144 Adjusting filter gain
145 Setting AE fine adjustment intervals
153 Selecting current correction value
160 Adjusting base 4 output density
161 Adjusting thresholds (central exposure level)
163 Adjusting Exp. 1.0 threshold
164 Adjusting Exp. 7.0 threshold
165 Setting the memory unit connection
166 Selecting display of the Output? screen after restart
167 Setting the AE scan
168 Setting the maximum number of continuous copies
178 Selecting memory output mode
Sim. No. Contents
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3-5 Self Diagnostics
3-5-1 Self-diagnostic function ....................................................................... 3-5-1
(1) Self-diagnostic display................................................................. 3-5-1
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3-5-1 Self-diagnostic function
(1) Self-diagnostic display
This unit is equipped with a self-diagnostic function. When it detects a problem with itself,
it disables copying and displays a self-diagnostic code (C-xxx) indicating the nature of the
problem together with the message requesting to call for service on the display.
After removing the problem, the self-diagnostic function can be reset by opening and closing
the main unit (SSW4 and 5 turning off and on) or turning the main switch off and back on.
Metric
Inch
Figure 3-5-1 Service call code display
Call for service
TEL
C-XXX
CALL FOR SERVICE
TEL
C-XXX
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C-10
C-11
C-31
Self diagnostic codes
Code Contents
Remarks
Causes
Check procedures/
corrective measures
Backup RAM problem
Collapse in data pattern of
the specified area of the
RAM has been found dur-
ing 20-s-interval detection
right after power on.
Wrong main ROM ver-
sion
It has been found right
after power on that ver-
sions of the two ROMs
(IC83 and IC93) on the
main PCB are different
from each other.
Communication problem
on servo PCB
Response to the main
PCB from servo motor
control 2 PCB has not
been made within 160 ms
after communication start.
A checksum error has
occurred.
The SRAM
(IC1, IC3) on
the backup
PCB has a
problem.
The backup
PCB or main
PCB is defec-
tive.
Two ROMs
that have
different ver-
sions to each
other are in-
stalled.
Servo motor
control 2 PCB
is defective.
The main
PCB is defec-
tive.
Run simulation 70 and reset
the memory contents.
If C-10 persists after reset-
ting the memory contents,
replace the backup PCB or
main PCB.
Check the versions and in-
stall ROMs of the same ver-
sion.
Replace servo motor control
2 PCB and check operation.
Replace the main PCB and
check operation.
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Check the connection of
CON3 on the interface PCB
and continuity across the
connector terminals. If there
is any abnormality, remedy
or replace.
Check the connection and
continuity of the interface
cable. If there is any abnor-
mality, replace the cable.
Replace the PROM (IC54)
on the interface PCB and
check operation.
Check the connection of
CN20 on the copier main
PCB and continuity across
the connector terminals. If
there is any abnormality,
remedy or replace.
Replace the copier main
PCB and check operation.
Code Contents
Remarks
Causes
Check procedures/
corrective measures
C-33
Interface controller com-
munication problem
Communication between
the copier and interface
controller is interrupted for
2 s or more in printer
mode or scanner mode.
Poor contact
in the connec-
tor terminals
of CON3 on
the interface
PCB.
The interface
cable is de-
fective.
The PROM
(IC54) on the
interface PCB
is defective.
Poor contact
in the connec-
tor terminals
of CN20 on
the copier
main PCB.
The copier
main PCB is
defective.
C-34 Communication problem
with the ISU
Response to the main
PCB from the ISU PCB
has not been made within
64 ms during operation.
Six checksum errors have
occurred in succession.
The ISU PCB
is defective.
The main
PCB is defec-
tive.
Replace the ISU PCB and
check operation.
Replace the main PCB and
check operation.
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Code Contents
Remarks
Causes
Check procedures/
corrective measures
C-36
C-37
C-300
C-301
C-510
IPC1 problem
Processing request given
to communication CPU
IC22 fails to be processed
within 512 ms.
IPC2 problem
Processing request given
to communication CPU
IC110 fails to be proc-
essed within 512 ms.
ISU sequence problem
Necessary response fails
to be emitted from ISU
PCB within 2 s after a re-
quest.
Jam indication J-05 is dis-
played each time an origi-
nal is inserted, six times in
succession.
Servo PCB hardware
error
An error signal has been
emitted from servo motor
control 2 PCB.
Main charger leakage
Shorting alarm signal (MC
ALARM) is detected for
five times in succession at
200-ms intervals while
main charger output is
being generated.
The main
PCB is defec-
tive.
The main
PCB is defec-
tive.
The fluores-
cent lamp has
a break.
The fluores-
cent lamp
connector
terminals
make poor
contact.
The ISU PCB
is defective.
Servo motor
control 2 PCB
is defective.
The main
charger leaks.
The main
charger wire
is broken.
The main
high-voltage
transformer is
defective.
Replace the main PCB and
check operation.
Replace the main PCB and
check operation.
Check for continuity across
the fluorescent lamp fila-
ments. If none, replace the
lamp.
Check the connector termi-
nals and repair if necessary.
Replace the ISU PCB and
check operation.
Replace servo motor control
2 PCB and check operation.
Check the main charger as-
sembly and clean if dirty.
Check if the main charger
wire is broken and replace if
necessary.
Remove the main charger
assembly from the machine
and check if C-510 is dis-
played. If it is, replace the
main high-voltage trans-
former.
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Code Contents
Remarks
Causes
Check procedures/
corrective measures
C-520
C-550
Transfer charger leakage
The shorting alarm signal
(ST ALARM) is detected
six times in succession
while the transfer charger
output is generated.
Dark potential correction
problem: out of range
The drum potential sensor
output remains at less
than A0h (650 V) when the
grid potential is increased
to larger than A0h (650 V)
during potential correction.
The transfer
charger leaks.
The transfer
charger wire
is broken.
Leak occurs
to the transfer
charger hous-
ing.
The drum
potential sen-
sor connector
terminals
make poor
contact.
The drum
potential sen-
sor is defec-
tive.
The drum
potential sen-
sor PCB is
defective.
The main
PCB is defec-
tive.
Check the transfer charger
assembly and clean if neces-
sary.
Check if the transfer charger
wire is broken. If it is, replace
it.
Remove the transfer charger
assembly from the machine
and check if C-520 is dis-
played. If it is, replace the ST
high-voltage transformer.
Check the connector termi-
nals and repair them if nec-
essary.
Replace the drum potential
sensor and check operation.
Replace the drum potential
sensor PCB and check op-
eration.
Replace the main PCB and
check operation.
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Code Contents
Remarks
Causes
Check procedures/
corrective measures
C-551
C-630
Dark potential correction
problem: No. of correc-
tions expired
Ten corrections cannot
achieve normal correction.
Abnormally low tempera-
ture at fixing heater S
Fixing temperature drops
to less than 100C/212F
after reaching the
stabilization level once.
The drum
potential sen-
sor connector
terminals
make poor
contact.
The drum
potential sen-
sor is defec-
tive.
The drum
potential sen-
sor PCB is
defective.
The main
PCB is defec-
tive.
Fixing heater
S has a
break.
Fixing heater
S connector
terminals
make poor
contact.
Fixing unit
thermistor 2 is
installed in-
correctly.
Fixing unit
thermal
switch 1 or 2
has tripped.
Solid state
relay 2 is de-
fective.
Check the connector termi-
nals and repair if necessary.
Replace the drum potential
sensor and check operation.
Replace the drum potential
sensor PCB and check op-
eration.
Replace the main PCB and
check operation.
Check for continuity. If none,
replace fixing heater S.
Check the connector termi-
nals and repair if necessary.
Check and reinstall if neces-
sary.
Check for continuity. If none,
find and remove the cause of
the problem and replace
switch 1 or 2.
Measure the resistance and
check for continuity. Replace
solid state relay 2 if not as
follows:
Across 1 and 2:
Across 3 and 4: one-way
continuity.
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Code Contents
Remarks
Causes
Check procedures/
corrective measures
C-631
C-640
Abnormally low tempera-
ture at fixing heater M
Fixing temperature drops
to less than 100C/212F
after reaching the
stabilization level once.
Abnormally high tempera-
ture at fixing heater S
Fixing temperature ex-
ceeds 195C/385F after
reaching the stabilization
level once.
Fixing heater
M has a
break.
Fixing heater
M connector
terminals
make poor
contact.
Fixing unit
thermistor 1 is
installed in-
correctly.
Fixing unit
thermal
switch 1 or 2
has tripped.
Solid state
relay 1 is de-
fective.
Fixing unit
thermistor 2
has shorted.
Solid state
relay 2 is de-
fective.
Check for continuity. If none,
replace fixing heater M.
Check the connectors and
repair if necessary.
Check and reinstall if neces-
sary.
Check for continuity. If none,
find and remove the cause of
the problem and replace fix-
ing unit thermal switch 1 or
2.
Measure the resistance and
check for continuity. Replace
solid state relay 1 if not as
follows:
Across 1 and 2:
Across 3 and 4: one-way
continuity.
Measure the resistance and
if 0 , replace the thermistor.
Measure the resistance and
check for continuity. Replace
solid state relay 2 if not as
follows:
Across 1 and 2:
Across 3 and 4: one-way
continuity.
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Code Contents
Remarks
Causes
Check procedures/
corrective measures
C-641
C-650
Abnormally high tempera-
ture at fixing heater M
Fixing temperature ex-
ceeds 195C/385F after
reaching the stabilization
level once.
Abnormally low fixing
temperature
Fixing temperature does
not reach the stabilization
level after 20 minutes.
Fixing unit
thermistor 1
has shorted.
Solid state
relay 1 is de-
fective.
Fixing heater
M or S has a
break.
The fixing
heater M or S
connector
terminals
make poor
contact.
Fixing unit
thermistor 1
or 2 is in-
stalled incor-
rectly.
Fixing unit
thermal
switch 1 or 2
has a break.
Solid state
relay 1 or 2 is
defective.
Measure the resistance and
if 0 , replace the thermistor.
Measure the resistance and
check for continuity. Replace
solid state relay 1 if not as
follows:
Across 1 and 2:
Across 3 and 4: one-way
continuity.
Check for continuity. If none,
replace fixing heater M or S.
Check the connector termi-
nals and repair if necessary.
Check and reinstall if neces-
sary.
Check for continuity. If none,
replace switch 1 or 2.
Measure the resistance and
check for continuity. Replace
solid state relay 1 or 2 if not
as follows:
Across 1 and 2:
Across 3 and 4: one-way
continuity.
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Code Contents
Remarks
Causes
Check procedures/
corrective measures
C-660
C-710
Abnormally low fixing
temperature
Both fixing heaters M and
S remain at less than
80C/176F after 6 min-
utes.
Loose toner sensor con-
nection
Abnormally low value (10h
or less) has been detected
during 0.5-s sampling of
toner sensor output that is
started 5 s after the start
of developer agitation.
Fixing heater
M or S has a
break.
Fixing heater
M or S con-
nector termi-
nals make
poor contact.
Fixing unit
thermistor 1
or 2 is in-
stalled incor-
rectly.
Fixing unit
thermal
switch 1 or 2
has a break.
Solid state
relay 1 or 2 is
defective.
A toner sen-
sor connector
is off or the
connector
terminals
make poor
contact.
Check for continuity. If none,
replace fixing heater M or S.
Check the connector termi-
nals and repair if necessary.
Check and reinstall if neces-
sary.
Check for continuity. If none,
replace switch 1 or 2.
Measure the resistance and
check for continuity. Replace
solid state relay 1 or 2 if not
as follows:
Across 1 and 2:
Across 3 and 4: one-way
continuity.
Check the connectors of the
toner sensor and developing
assembly wiring, and remedy
the connection if necessary.
3-5-8
340-3
3-5-11
Code Contents
Remarks
Causes
Check procedures/
corrective measures
C-711
C-740
C-910
Abnormally high toner
sensor output
Abnormally high value
(F9h or greater) has been
detected five times in suc-
cession during 0.5-s sam-
pling of toner sensor out-
put that is started 5 s after
the start of developer agi-
tation.
Loose developing unit
thermistor connection
An abnormal developing
thermistor value (2C/
35.6F or less, 55C/131F
or greater) has been de-
tected for five times in suc-
cession during 200-ms
interval detection.
Controller problem
Interface controller
memory problem
Interface controller SCSI
controller problem
The toner
sensor is de-
fective.
The main
PCB is defec-
tive.
The develop-
ing unit ther-
mistor con-
nectors are
off or connec-
tor terminals
make poor
contact.
The interface
PCB is defec-
tive.
Replace the toner sensor
and check operation.
Replace the main PCB and
check operation.
Check the connectors of the
developing unit thermistor
and developing assembly
wiring, and remedy the con-
nection if necessary.
Turn the power on again.
Replace the interface PCB
and check operation.
3-5-9
1-1-28
340
1-1-29
340
CONTENTS
3-6 Troubleshooting
3-6-1 Image formation problems .................................................................. 3-6-1
(1) No image (entirely white). ............................................................ 3-6-4
(2) No image (entirely black). ............................................................ 3-6-5
(3) Image is too light. ........................................................................ 3-6-6
(4) Background is visible. .................................................................. 3-6-7
(5) A white line appears longitudinally. ............................................. 3-6-8
(6) A black line appears longitudinally. ............................................. 3-6-8
(7) A black line appears laterally. ...................................................... 3-6-9
(8) One side of the copy image is darker than the other. ................ 3-6-10
(9) Black dots appear on the image. ............................................... 3-6-10
(10) Image is blurred. ........................................................................ 3-6-11
(11) The leading edge of the image is consistently misaligned with
the original. ................................................................................ 3-6-11
(12) The leading edge of the image is sporadically misaligned with
the original. ................................................................................ 3-6-12
(13) Paper creases. .......................................................................... 3-6-12
(14) Offset occurs. ............................................................................ 3-6-13
(15) Image is partly missing. ............................................................. 3-6-13
(16) Fixing is poor. ............................................................................ 3-6-14
(17) Image is out of focus. ................................................................ 3-6-14
(18) The center of the image is misaligned with the original. ............ 3-6-15
(19) One forth the A0 width of the image is white. ............................ 3-6-15
(18) One forth the A0 width of the image is black. ............................ 3-6-16
3-6-2 Paper misfeeds.. ............................................................................... 3-6-17
(1) J-04 appears as soon as the main switch is turned on. ............ 3-6-17
(2) J-05 appears as soon as the main switch is turned on. ............ 3-6-17
(3) J-06 appears as soon as the main switch is turned on. ............ 3-6-17
(4) Paper jam in the 1st roll unit (J-01) occurs during copying
frequently. .................................................................................. 3-6-18
(5) Paper jam in the 2nd roll unit (J-02) occurs during copying
frequently. .................................................................................. 3-6-19
(6) Paper jam in the 3rd roll unit (optional) (J-03) occurs during
copying frequently. .................................................................... 3-6-19
(7) Paper jam in the original feed section (J-05) occurs during
copying frequently. .................................................................... 3-6-20
(8) Paper jam inside the main unit (J-06) occurs during copying
frequently. .................................................................................. 3-6-21
3-6-3 PCB terminal voltages ...................................................................... 3-6-23
(1) Power source PCB .................................................................... 3-6-23
(2) LPH power source PCB ............................................................ 3-6-25
(3) Main PCB .................................................................................. 3-6-26
(4) Servo motor control 1 PCB........................................................ 3-6-31
(5) Servo motor control 2 PCB........................................................ 3-6-32
(6) Output PCB ............................................................................... 3-6-33
1-1-30
340-3
(7) Operation unit PCB ................................................................... 3-6-35
(8) Inverter PCB .............................................................................. 3-6-36
(9) ISU PCB .................................................................................... 3-6-37
3-6-4 Electrical problems ............................................................................ 3-6-38
(1) The machine does not operate at all when the main switch is
turned on. .................................................................................. 3-6-38
(2) The drive motor does not operate. ............................................ 3-6-39
(3) The drum motor does not operate. ............................................ 3-6-39
(4) The fixing drive motor does not operate. ................................... 3-6-39
(5) The paper feed motor does not operate. ................................... 3-6-40
(6) The original feed motor does not operate. ................................ 3-6-40
(7) The toner feed motor does not operate. .................................... 3-6-40
(8) The paper conveying fan motor does not operate. .................... 3-6-41
(9) The cooling fan motor does not operate. ................................... 3-6-41
(10) The right or left fixing unit fan motor does not operate. ............. 3-6-41
(11) LPH fan motor 1 does not operate. ........................................... 3-6-41
(12) The upper roll winding clutch does not operate. ........................ 3-6-41
(13) The middle roll winding clutch does not operate. ...................... 3-6-42
(14) The lower roll winding clutch does not operate. ........................ 3-6-42
(15) The upper feed clutch does not operate. ................................... 3-6-42
(16) The middle feed clutch does not operate. ................................. 3-6-42
(17) The lower feed clutch does not operate. ................................... 3-6-43
(18) The roll paper conveying clutch does not operate. .................... 3-6-43
(19) The registration clutch does not operate. .................................. 3-6-43
(20) The cutter clutch does not operate. ........................................... 3-6-43
(21) The bypass registration clutch does not operate. ...................... 3-6-44
(22) The original feed clutch does not operate. ................................ 3-6-44
(23) The cleaning solenoid does not operate. .................................. 3-6-44
(24) The separation claw solenoid does not operate. ....................... 3-6-44
(25) The fluorescent lamp does not light. ......................................... 3-6-45
(26) The fluorescent lamp does not go off. ....................................... 3-6-45
(27) The pre-charging lamp does not light. ....................................... 3-6-45
(28) The post-transfer lamp does not light. ....................................... 3-6-45
(29) Fixing heater M or S does not turn on (C-630, C-631,
C-640, C-641, C-650, C-660). ................................................... 3-6-46
(30) Fixing heater M or S fails to turn off (C-630, C-641,
C-650, C-660). ........................................................................... 3-6-46
(31) No main charging. ..................................................................... 3-6-47
(32) No transfer charging. ................................................................. 3-6-47
(33) No separation charging. ............................................................ 3-6-48
(34) No developing bias. ................................................................... 3-6-48
(35) The job stop/roll cut key does not operate. ............................... 3-6-48
(36) The fluorescent lamp heater does not operate. ......................... 3-6-49
(37) The dehumidifier does not operate. ........................................... 3-6-49
(38) The upper roll unit heater does not operate. ............................. 3-6-49
(39) The middle roll unit heater

does not operate. ............................ 3-6-49
(40) The lower roller unit heater does not operate. ........................... 3-6-50
(41) LPH fan motor 2 does not operate. ............................................ 3-6-50
3-6-5 Mechanical problems ........................................................................ 3-6-51
(1) No primary paper feed. .............................................................. 3-6-51
(2) No secondary paper feed. ......................................................... 3-6-52
1-1-31
340
(3) No original conveying. ............................................................... 3-6-52
(4) Original jam. .............................................................................. 3-6-53
(5) Paper jam. ................................................................................. 3-6-53
(6) Toner falls onto the paper conveying section. ........................... 3-6-54
(7) Abnormal noise. ........................................................................ 3-6-54
3-6-1
340
See page 3-6-4. See page 3-6-5. See page 3-6-6.
(1) No image (entirely
white).
(2) No image (entirely
black).
(3) Image is too light.
See page 3-6-7. See page 3-6-8. See page 3-6-8.
(4) Background is visible. (5) A white line appears
longitudinally.
(6) A black line appears
longitudinally.
See page 3-6-9. See page 3-6-10. See page 3-6-10.
(7) A black line appears
laterally.
(8) One side of the copy
image is darker than
the other.
(9) Black dots appear on
the image.
3-6-1 Image formation problems
3-6-2
340
See page 3-6-11. See page 3-6-11. See page 3-6-12.
(10) Image is blurred. (11) The leading edge of
the image is consist-
ently misaligned with
the original.
(12) The leading edge of
the image is sporadi-
cally misaligned with
the original.
See page 3-6-12. See page 3-6-13. See page 3-6-13.
(13) Paper creases. (14) Offset occurs. (15) Image is partly
missing.
See page 3-6-14. See page 3-6-14.
See page 3-6-15.
(16) Fixing is poor. (17) Image is out of
focus.
(18) The center of the
image is misaligned
with the original.
3-6-3
340
See page 3-6-15. See page 3-6-16.
(19) One forth the A0
width of the image
is white.
(20) One forth the A0
width of the image
is black.
3-6-4
340
(1) No image
(entirely white).
Causes
1. No transfer charging.
2. LPH fails to turn on.

1. No transfer charging.
A. Broken transfer
charger wire.
B. Leaking transfer
charger housing.
C. The connector termi-
nals of the ST high-
voltage transformer
make poor contact.
D. Defective main PCB.

E. Defective ST high-
voltage trans-former.

2. LPH fails to turn on.


A. Blown fuse on the
LPH power supply
PCB.
B. Defective LPH power
supply PCB.

C. Poor contact in the


LPH data or power
wire connectors.
D. Defective main PCB
or LPH.

Replace the wire.

Clean the transfer charger housing.

Check for continuity across the terminals. If none, replace


them.

Run simulation 33 and check if CN4-1B on the main PCB


goes low. If not, replace the main PCB.
If transfer charging does not take place during simulation
33 while CN1-1 on the ST high-voltage transformer goes
low, replace the ST high-voltage transformer.

Remove the cause of blowing and replace the fuse.

With power relay 2 on, check if 5 V DC is output. If none


while 24 V DC is input, replace the LPH power supply
PCB.
Check for loose connectors and poor contact in them, and
remedy if necessary. Check for continuity across connector
terminals of each wire and, if none, replace them.
Run simulation 102 and if no gray pattern is output, replace
the main PCB or LPH.
Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
3-6-5
340-3
(2) No image
(entirely black).
Causes
1. Fluorescent lamp fails to light.
2. No main charging.
3. Loose LPH data wire connectors.
4. Defective main PCB.
5. Defective LPH.
6.Loose ISU data wire connectors.
7.Defective ISU PCB.
1. Fluorescent lamp fails
to light.
A. Broken fluorescent
lamp filament.
B. The fluorescent lamp
sockets make poor
contact.
C. Defective inverter
PCB.

D. Defective main PCB.

2. No main charging.
A. Broken main charger
wire.
B. Leaking main charger
housing.
C. The connector ter-
minals of the main
high-voltage trans-
former make poor
contact.
D. Defective main PCB.

E. Defective main high-


voltage transformer.

Check for continuity across the fluorescent lamp filament. If


none, replace the fluorescent lamp (see page 3-3-19).
Check for continuity across the sockets. If none, replace
them.

Run simulation 110 and if the fluorescent lamp does not


light while CN1-2 on the inverter PCB goes low, replace
the inverter PCB.
Run simulation 110 and check if CN6-18 on the main PCB
goes low. If not, replace the main PCB.

Replace the wire.

Clean the main charger housing.

Check for continuity across the terminals. If none, replace


them.

If CN6-17 on the main PCB does not go low during copy-


ing, replace the main PCB.
If main charging does not take place during copying while
CN1-3 on the main high-voltage transformer goes low,
replace the main high-voltage transformer.
Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
3-6-6
340-3
(3) Image is too light. Causes
1. Insufficient toner.
2. Deteriorated developer.
3. Dirty or deteriorated drum.
4. Misadjusted fluorescent lamp intensity.
5. Misadjusted developing section.
6. Misadjusted drum surface potential.
7. Dirty LPH.
8. Dirty main charger grid.
1. Insufficient toner.
2. Deteriorated devel-
oper.

3. Dirty or deteriorated
drum.
4. Misadjusted fluores-
cent lamp intensity.
5. Misadjusted
developing section.
6. Misadjusted drum
surface potential.
7. Dirty LPH.
8. Dirty main charger
grid.
If the add toner indicator is lit, replenish toner.
Check the number of copies made with the current devel-
oper. If it has reached the specified limit, replace the devel-
oper.
Clean the drum or, if the maintenance level has been
reached, replace it (see page 3-3-13 or 3-3-10).
Readjust the exposure amount (see page 3-3-24).

Readjust the position of the magnetic brush or doctor blade


(see page 3-3-35 or 3-3-33).
Readjust the drum surface potential (see page 3-3-18).

Clean the LPH.


Clean the main charger grid.
Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
3. Loose LPH data wire
connectors.

4. Defective main PCB.

5. Defective LPH.

6. Loose ISU data wire


connectors.

7. Defective ISU PCB.


Run simulation 159. If no test pattern is output, check the
connection of the LPH data wire connectors and remedy if
necessary.
Run simulation 159. If no test pattern is output after the
LPH data wire connectors have been found to be correctly
inserted, replace the main PCB.
Run simulation 159. If no test pattern is output after the
LPH data wire connection and main PCB have been
confirmed to be fine, replace the LPH.
Run simulation 159. If the test pattern is output, run sim-
ulation 121. If the value of each channel is 255, check the
connection of the ISU data wire connectors and remedy if
necessary.
Run simulation 159. If the test pattern is output, run sim-
ulation 121. If the value of each channel is close to 0, re-
place the ISU PCB (check that the fluorescent lamp is lit).
Causes Check procedures/corrective measures

3-6-7
340-3
(4) Background is visible. Causes
1. Dirty lens array in the CIS.
2. Deteriorated developer.
3. Misadjusted fluorescent lamp intensity.
4. Misadjusted developing section.
5. Misadjusted drum surface potential.
6. Dirty main charger shield.
1. Dirty lens array in the
CIS.
2. Deteriorated devel-
oper.

3. Misadjusted
fluorescent lamp
intensity.
4. Misadjusted
developing section.
5. Misadjusted drum
surface potential.
6. Dirty main charger
shield.
Clean the lens array in the CIS.

Check the number of copies made with the current devel-


oper. If it has reached the specified limit, replace the devel-
oper.
Readjust the exposure amount (see page 3-3-24).

Readjust the doctor blade position (see page 3-3-33).

Readjust the drum surface potential (see page 3-3-18).

Clean the main charger shield first with a damp cloth and
then with a dry cloth.
Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
3-6-8
340
(5) A white line appears
longitudinally.
Causes
1. Dirty or flawed main charger grid.
2. Foreign matter in the developing section.
3. Flawed drum.
4. Dirty contact glass.
5. Dirty middle upper original roller.
6. Dirty LPH.

1. Dirty or flawed main


charger grid.
2. Foreign matter in the
developing assembly.
3. Flawed drum.
4. Dirty contact glass.
5. Dirty middle upper
original roller.
6. Dirty LPH.
Clean the main charger grid. If the wire is flawed, replace
it.
Check if the magnetic brush is formed uniformly. If not,
replace the developer (see page 3-3-31).
Replace the drum (see page 3-3-10).
Clean the contact glass.
Clean the middle upper original roller.

Clean the LPH.


Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
(6) A black line appears
longitudinally.
Causes
1. Dirty contact glass.
2. Dirty lens array in the CIS.
3. Dirty or flawed drum.
4. Deformed or worn cleaning blade.
5. Dirty middle upper original roller.
6. Dirty main charger wire.

1. Dirty contact glass.


2. Dirty lens array in the
CIS.
3. Dirty or flawed drum.

4. Deformed or worn
cleaning blade.
5. Dirty middle upper
original roller.
6. Dirty main charger
wire.
Clean the contact glass.
Clean the lens array in the CIS.

Clean the drum or, if it is flawed, replace it (see page


3-3-13 or 3-3-10).
Replace the cleaning blade (see page 3-3-42).

Clean the middle upper original roller.

Clean the main charger wire. If the wire is flawed, replace it


(see page 3-3-14).
Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
3-6-9
340-3
(7) A black line appears
laterally.
Causes
1. Flawed drum.
2. Dirty developing section.

1. Flawed drum.
2. Dirty developing
section.

Replace the drum (see page 3-3-10).


Clean the developing section.

Causes Check procedures/corrective measures


3-6-10
340
(8) One side of the copy
image is darker than
the other.
Causes
1. Dirty main charger wire.
2. Dirty lens array in the CIS.
3. Defective fluorescent lamp.

1. Dirty main charger


wire.
2. Dirty lens array in the
CIS.
3. Defective fluorescent
lamp.
Clean the main charger wire. If it is extremely dirty, replace
it (see page 3-3-14).
Clean the lens array in the CIS.

Run simulation 110 and check the fluorescent lamp. If any


problem exists, replace the fluorescent lamp (see page
3-3-19).
Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
(9) Black dots appear on
the image.
Causes
1. Dirty or flawed drum.
2. Deformed or worn cleaning blade.
3. Dirty or flawed cleaning fur brush.

1. Dirty or flawed drum.

2. Deformed or worn
cleaning blade.
3. Dirty or flawed
cleaning fur brush.
Clean the drum or, if it is flawed, replace it (see page
3-3-13 or 3-3-10).
Replace the cleaning blade (see page 3-3-42).

Clean the cleaning fur brush or, if it is flawed, replace it


(see page 3-3-46).
Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
3-6-11
340
(10) Image is blurred. Causes
1. Original is conveyed erratically.
2. Deformed press roller.
3. Paper conveying drive system problem.
1. Original is conveyed
erratically.
A. Dirty or deformed
front upper, middle
upper, rear upper,
front lower or rear
lower original roller(s).
B. Original conveying
drive system problem.
C. Original holding
section installed
incorrectly.
2. Deformed press roller.
3. Paper conveying drive
system problem.

Clean or replace any of the front upper, middle upper, rear


upper, front lower and rear lower original rollers if
necessary.

Check the gears and belts. Grease the gears or readjust


the belt tension if necessary (see page 3-3-63).
Reinstall.

Check visually and replace (see page 3-3-52).


Check the gears and belts. Grease the gears or readjust
the belt tension if necessary (see pages 3-3-60 and 61).
Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
(11) The leading edge of
the image is con-
sistently misaligned
with the original.
Causes
1. Misadjusted leading edge registration.
1. Misadjusted leading
edge registration.
Readjust the leading edge registration (see page 3-3-23).
Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
3-6-12
340-1
(12) The leading edge of
the image is spo-
radically misaligned
with the original.
Causes
1. Registration clutch or bypass registration clutch
installed or operating incorrectly.
2. Original feed clutch installed or operating
incorrectly.
3. Loose original feed drive belt 1.

1. Registration clutch or
bypass registration
clutch installed or
operating incorrectly.
2. Original feed clutch
installed or operating
incorrectly.
3. Loose original feed
drive belt 1.
Check the installation position and operation of each
clutch; if it has any operation problem, replace it.

Check the installation position and operation of the original


feed clutch. If it has any operation problem, replace the
clutch.
Check original feed drive belt 1 and readjust the belt
tension (see page 3-3-63).
Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
(13) Paper creases. Causes
1. Paper curled.
2. Paper damp.
3. Misadjusted fixing pressure.
1. Paper curled.
2. Paper damp.
3. Misadjusted fixing
pressure.
Check the paper storage conditions.
Check the paper storage conditions.
Check if the fixing unit pressure adjustment nuts are
tightened correctly and, if not, remedy.
Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
3-6-13
340
(15) Image is partly
missing.
Causes
1. Paper damp.
2. Paper creased.
3. Drum condensation.
4. Flawed drum.
5. Deformed pre-transfer inner upper guide.
1. Paper damp.
2. Paper creased.
3. Drum condensation.
4. Flawed drum.
5. Deformed pre-transfer
inner upper guide.
Check the paper storage conditions.
Change the paper.
Clean the drum (see page 3-3-13).
Replace the drum (see page 3-3-10).
Remedy or replace.
Causes Check procedures/corrective measures

(14) Offset occurs. Causes


1. Defective cleaning blade.
2. Cleaning solenoid malfunctioning.
3. Post-transfer lamp fails to light.

1. Defective cleaning
blade.
2. Cleaning solenoid
malfunctioning.
3. Post-transfer lamp
fails to light.
Replace the cleaning blade (see page 3-3-42).

Run simulation 45 and if the cleaning solenoid does not


operate correctly, replace it.
Run simulation 44 and if the post-transfer lamp does not
light, replace it.
Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
3-6-14
340
(16) Fixing is poor. Causes
1. Wrong paper.
2. Misadjusted fixing pressure.
3. Misadjusted fixing temperature.
4. Flawed press roller.

1. Wrong paper.
2. Misadjusted fixing
pressure.
3. Misadjusted fixing
temperature.
4. Flawed press roller.
Check if the paper meets specifications.
Check if the fixing unit pressure adjustment nuts are
tightened correctly and, if not, remedy.
Readjust the fixing temperature.

Replace the press roller (see page 3-3-52).


Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
(17) Image is out of focus. Causes
1. LPH installed incorrectly.
2. Defective LPH.
3. Defective CIS.

1. LPH installed
incorrectly.

2. Defective LPH.

3. Defective CIS.
Run simulation 158 and obtain the test pattern for image
focus adjustment. If the image is not correct, adjust the
LPH position (see page 3-3-28).
After adjusting the LPH position, run simulation 158. If the
test pattern is not correct, replace the LPH.
If the image is still out of focus during normal copying after
the correct pattern has been obtained by simulation 158,
replace the CIS.
Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
3-6-15
340
(18) The center of the
image is misaligned
with the original.
Causes
1. Paper roll is not installed correctly on the roll shaft.
2. Paper is not placed correctly on the bypass table.
3. Original is not placed correctly.

1. Paper roll is not


installed correctly on
the roll shaft.
2. Paper is not placed
correctly on the
bypass table.
3. Original is not placed
correctly.
Correct.

Correct.

Correct.
Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
(19) One forth the A0
width of the image
is white.
Causes
1. Defective CIS or ISU PCB.
2. Defective LPH.

See (20) One forth the A0 width of the image is black


for check procedures and corrective measures.
3-6-16
340-2
(20) One forth the A0
width of the image
is black.
Causes
1. Defective CIS or ISU PCB.
2. Defective LPH.
Example
If there is a problem with CH1 (CN1) but CH2 (CN2) to CH4 (CN4) are normal, check by
swapping the connections of CN1 and CN2 of the CIS and ISU PCB.
If the image problem area shifts with the location of CN-1, replace the CIS.
If the image problem area doesn't shift, replace the ISU PCB.
1. Defective CIS or ISU
PCB.

2. Defective LPH.
Change the connections of CN1, CN2, CN3 and CN4 of
the CIS and ISU PCB as shown in the following example to
locate the problem.
Run simulation 102. If no gray pattern is output, replace
the LPH.
Causes Check procedures/corrective measures

340
3-6-17
(1)
J-04 appears
as soon as
the main
switch is
turned on.
(2)
J-05 appears
as soon as
the main
switch is
turned on.
(3)
J-06 appears
as soon as
the main
switch is
turned on.
A piece of paper torn from copy
paper is caught around the by-
pass registration roller along
the paper conveying path.
Defective bypass registration
switch.
A piece of paper torn from copy
paper is caught around the
original trailing edge detection
switch along the paper convey-
ing path.
Defective original trailing edge
detection switch.
Roll paper is left uncut.
A piece of paper torn from copy
paper is caught around the reg-
istration switch, paper convey-
ing switch or eject switch along
the paper conveying path.
Defective registration switch.
Defective paper conveying
switch.
3-6-2 Paper misfeeds
Problem Causes/check procedures Corrective measures
Check and remove it, if any.
If CN3-14 on the main PCB
remains low when the bypass
registration switch is turned on
and off, replace the bypass reg-
istration switch.
Check and remove it, if any.
If CN3-13 on the main PCB
remains low when the original
trailing edge detection switch is
turned on and off, replace the
original trailing edge detection
switch.
Press the job stop/roll cut key to
cut remaining paper and re-
move it.
Check and remove it, if any.
If CN3-11 on the main PCB
remains low when the registra-
tion switch is turned on and off,
replace the registration switch.
If CN3-15 on the main PCB
remains low when the paper
conveying switch is turned on
and off, replace the paper con-
veying switch.
340
3-6-18
(3)
J-06 appears
as soon as
the main
switch is
turned on.
(4)
Paper jam in
the 1st roll
unit (J-01)
occurs during
copying fre-
quently.
Defective eject switch.
Wrong paper.
A piece of paper torn from copy
paper is left along the paper
conveying path between the 1st
roll unit and the registration
roller.
Guide plates or other compo-
nents along the paper convey-
ing path between the 1st roll
unit and the registration roller
are deformed.
The roll paper feed upper roller
of the 1st roll unit is dirty with
paper powder.
The roll paper feed upper roller
of the 1st roll unit is deformed
or worn.
Broken registration switch ac-
tuator.
Defective registration switch.
Electrical problem with the up-
per feed clutch.
If CN3-16 on the main PCB
remains low when the eject
switch is turned on and off, re-
place the eject switch.
Check and, if the paper is ex-
tremely curled or inappropriate
for copying, change it.
Check and remove it, if any.
Check and remedy or replace
any deformed parts.
Check the roll paper feed upper
roller and, if it is dirty, clean it
with isopropyl alcohol.
Check and replace the roll pa-
per feed upper roller if neces-
sary.
Check and, if the actuator is
broken, replace the registration
switch.
If the level of CN3-11 on the
main PCB does not change
when the registration switch is
turned on and off, replace the
registration switch.
See page 3-6-42.
Problem Causes/check procedures Corrective measures
340
3-6-19
(5)
Paper jam in
the 2nd roll
unit (J-02)
occurs during
copying fre-
quently.
(6)
Paper jam in
the 3rd roll
unit (optional)
(J-03) occurs
during copy-
ing frequently.
Wrong paper.
A piece of paper torn from copy
paper is left along the paper con-
veying path between the 2nd roll
unit and the registration roller.
Guide plates or other compo-
nents between the 2nd roll unit
and the registration roller are
deformed.
The roll paper feed upper roller
of the 2nd roll unit is dirty with
paper powder.
The roll paper feed upper roller
of the 2nd roll unit is deformed
or worn.
Broken registration switch ac-
tuator.
Defective registration switch.
Electrical problem with the mid-
dle feed clutch.
Wrong paper.
A piece of paper torn from copy
paper is left along the paper con-
veying path between the 3rd roll
unit and the registration roller.
Guide plates or other compo-
nents between the 3rd roll unit
and the registration roller are
deformed.
The roll paper feed upper roller
of the 3rd roll unit is dirty with
paper powder.
Check and, if the paper is ex-
tremely curled or inappropriate
for copying, change it.
Check and remove it, if any.
Check and remedy or replace
any deformed parts.
Check the roll paper feed upper
roller and, if it is dirty, clean it
with isopropyl alcohol.
Check and replace the roll pa-
per feed upper roller if neces-
sary.
Check and, if the actuator is
broken, replace the registration
switch.
If the level of CN3-11 on the
main PCB does not change
when the registration switch is
turned on and off, replace the
registration switch.
See page 3-6-42.
Check and, if the paper is ex-
tremely curled or inappropriate
for copying, change it.
Check and remove it, if any.
Check and remedy or replace
any deformed parts.
Check the roll paper feed upper
roller and, if it is dirty, clean it
with isopropyl alcohol.
Problem Causes/check procedures Corrective measures
340
3-6-20
(6)
Paper jam in
the 3rd roll
unit (optional)
(J-03) occurs
during copy-
ing frequently.
(7)
Paper jam in
the original
feed section
(J-05) occurs
during copy-
ing frequently.
The roll paper feed upper roller
of the 3rd roll unit is deformed
or worn.
Broken registration switch ac-
tuator.
Defective registration switch.
Electrical problem with the
lower feed clutch.
Original is extremely curled.
The original is longer than the
maximum length.
The surfaces of the front upper,
middle upper, rear upper, front
lower or rear lower original roll-
ers are dirty with paper powder.
The front upper, middle upper,
rear upper, front lower or rear
lower original rollers are de-
formed or worn.
The original holding section is
not closed completely.
Electrical problem with the origi-
nal feed clutch.
Defective original leading edge
detection switch.
Broken actuator of the original
leading or trailing edge detec-
tion switch.
Check and replace the roll pa-
per feed upper roller if neces-
sary.
Check and, if the actuator is
broken, replace the registration
switch.
If the level of CN3-11 on the
main PCB does not change
when the registration switch is
turned on and off, replace the
registration switch.
See page 3-6-43.
Check and correct if necessary.
Use the original whose length
meets specifications.
Check and clean any dirty roll-
ers with isopropyl alcohol.
Check each roller and, if neces-
sary, replace it.
Close the original holding sec-
tion completely.
See page 3-6-44.
If CN3-12 on the main PCB
does not go low when the origi-
nal leading edge detection
switch is turned on and off, re-
place the original leading edge
detection switch.
Check the actuator of each
switch and, if it is broken, re-
place the switch.
Problem Causes/check procedures Corrective measures
340
3-6-21
(8)
Paper jam
inside the
main unit
(J-06) occurs
during copy-
ing frequently.
A piece of paper torn from copy
paper is left along the paper
conveying path between the
registration roller and eject
roller.
Guide plates along the paper
conveying path between the
registration roller and the eject
roller are deformed.
Dirty registration, pre-transfer
and/or eject rollers.
Deformed or worn registration,
pre-transfer and/or eject roller.
Extremely dirty press roller or
its separation claws.
Deformed press roller or its
separation claws.
Broken separation charger wire.
Electrical problem with the pa-
per conveying fan motor.
Electrical problem with the reg-
istration clutch.
Electrical problem with the roll
paper conveying clutch.
Defective paper conveying
switch.
Defective eject switch.
Check and remove it, if any.
Check and remedy or replace
any deformed guide plates.
Check and clean any dirty roll-
ers with the isopropyl alcohol.
Check and replace the roller(s)
if necessary.
Check and clean if dirty.
Check and replace if deformed
(see page 3-3-52).
Check and replace the separa-
tion charger wire if it is broken
(see page 3-3-37).
See page 3-6-41.
See page 3-6-43.
See page 3-6-43.
If the level of CN3-15 on the
main PCB does not change
when the paper conveying
switch is turned on and off, re-
place the paper conveying
switch.
If the level of CN3-16 on the
main PCB does not change
when the eject switch is turned
on and off, replace the eject
switch.
Problem Causes/check procedures Corrective measures
340
3-6-22
(8)
Paper jam
inside the
main unit
(J-06) occurs
during copy-
ing frequently.
Defective fixing unit pulse sen-
sor.
The eject switch actuator or the
fixing unit pulse sensor disc is
broken.
If the level of CN3-17 on the
main PCB does not change
when the fixing unit pulse sen-
sor is turned on and off, replace
the fixing unit pulse sensor.
Check the actuator and, if it is
broken, replace the eject
switch. Check the disc and, if it
is broken, replace the fixing unit
pulse sensor.
Problem Causes/check procedures Corrective measures
340
3-6-23
3-6-3 PCB terminal voltages
Precautions
When handling the circuit boards, do not touch the components wth bare hands.
ICs can be damaged by static discharges. If a PCB contains ICs, do not touch the ICs,
cable connectors or edge connectors.
Store the circuit boards wrapped in aluminum foil, conductive spoge rubber, or similar
material.
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340
3-6-24
Terminals (CN) Voltage Remarks
1-1 1-4 Local voltage AC supply, input
2-1 2-4 24 V DC 24 V DC supply, output
3-1, 2, 3, 4 3-5, 6, 7, 8 24 V DC 24 V DC supply, output
4-1, 2, 3, 4 4-5, 6 24 V DC 24 V DC supply, output
5-1, 2, 3 5-5, 6, 7 5 V DC 5 V DC supply, output
6-1, 2, 3, 4 6-5, 6, 7, 8 5 V DC 5 V DC supply, output
7-1 7-2 +12 V DC +12 V DC supply, output
7-3 7-2 12 V DC 12 V DC supply, output
MADE IN JAPAN
7000267L-C U-2
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340
3-6-25
(2) LPH power source PCB
Terminals (CN) Voltage Remarks
A-1 A-3 24 V DC 24 V DC supply, input
B-1 B-5, 6, 7, 8 5 V DC 5 V DC supply to LPH, output
B-2 B-5, 6, 7, 8 5 V DC 5 V DC supply to LPH, output
B-3 B-5, 6, 7, 8 5 V DC 5 V DC supply to LPH, output
B-4 B-5, 6, 7, 8 5 V DC 5 V DC supply to LPH, output
MADE IN JAPAN
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340-3
3-6-27
Terminals (CN) Voltage Remarks
1-1 5-6, 7 +12 V DC +12 V DC supply, input
1-2 5-6, 7 12 V DC 12 V DC supply, input
2-2 2-1 DTH detection, input
2-5 2-3 FTH1 detection, input
2-6 2-3 FTH2 detection, input
2-7 2-4 FTH3 detection, input
2-8 2-4 FTH4 detection, input
2-10 2-9 ETTH detection, input
2-14 2-13 FLTH detection, input
2-16 2-15 DPS detection, input
2-18 2-17 TNS detection, input
2-19 5-6, 7 DB control, output
3-1 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC KC
*1
connected/not connected detection,
input
3-3 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC Transfer charger shorting detection, input
3-4 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC 1st roll unit installed/not installed
detection, input
3-5 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC 2nd roll unit installed/not installed
detection, input
3-6 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC 3rd roll unit
*1
installed/not installed
detection, input
3-7 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC TDTDSW waste toner tank set/not set,
input
3-8 5-6, 7 5/0 V DC OFS toner overflow detection, input
3-9 5-6, 7 5/0 V DC RLDSW-U on/off, input
3-10 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC (pulse) PS-U on/off, input
3-11 5-6, 7 0/ 5V DC RSW on/off, input
3-12 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC OLDSW on/off, input
3-13 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC OTDSW on/off, input
3-14 5-6, 7 5/0 V DC BYPRSW on/off, input
3-15 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC PCSW on/off, input
3-16 5-6, 7 5/0 V DC ESW on/off, input
3-17 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC (pulse) FPS on/off, input
3-18 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC (pulse) PFM FG, input
3-19 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC PSSW1-U on/off, input
3-20 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC PSSW2-U on/off, input
3-21 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC OSSW1 on/off, input
*1 Optional
340-3
3-6-28
Terminals (CN) Voltage Remarks
3-22 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC OSSW2 on/off, input
3-23 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC OFM SPEED1, output
3-24 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC OFM ENA, output
3-25 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC OFM SPEED2, output
3-26 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC PFM SPEED1, output
3-27 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC DCM2PCB RESET, output
3-28 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC PFM SPEED2, output
3-29 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC PFM ENA, output
3-30 3-31 0/5 V DC (pulse) DCM2PCB serial communication, input
3-32 3-33 0/5 V DC (pulse) DCM2PCB serial communication, output
3-34 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC BYPTIMSW on/off, input
4-1A 4-2A 24/0 V AC TM on/off, output
4-3A 5-6, 7 0/7.7 V DC SSR3
*1
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4-4A 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC Auto shutoff on/off, output
4-5A 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC FFM-R, FFM-L on/off, output
4-6A 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC PCFM on/off, output
4-7A 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC OFCL on/off, output
4-8A 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC FCL-U on/off, output
4-9A 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC RWCL-U on/off, output
4-10A 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC KC count on/off, output
4-11A 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC TC count on/off, output
4-12A 5-2, 3 0/15.5 V DC PCHL on/off control, output
4-13A 5-2, 3 0/15.5 V DC DH on/off control, output
4-14A 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC RH-U
*2
on/off control, output
4-15A 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC RH-L
*2,3
on/off control, output
4-16A 5-2, 3 0/2.7 V DC PRY1, PRY2 on/off, output
4-17A 5-2, 3 24 V DC 24 V DC supply to PRY1, PRY2, output
4-1B 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC Transfer charger on/off, output
4-2B 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC Separation charger on/off, output
4-3B 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC Developing bias on/off, output
4-4B 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC Developing bias positive/negative polarity
switching, output
4-5B 5-2, 3 0/5.5 V DC FFM-R, FFM-L full-/half-speed, output
4-6B 5-2, 3 0/4.8 V DC PCFM full-/half-speed, output
4-7B 5-6, 7 0/7.7 V DC SSR1 on/off, output
4-8B 5-6, 7 0/7.7 V DC SSR2 on/off, output
4-9B 5-2, 3 0/18.7 V DC R-Lamp on/off, output
*1 For 230 V, 50 Hz models only. *2 Optional for 220 240 V models.
*3 Optional for 120 V models.
340-3
3-6-29
Terminals (CN) Voltage Remarks
4-12B 5-2, 3 0/15.5 V DC RTL on/off control, output
4-13B 5-2, 3 0/15.5 V DC FLH on/off control, output
4-14B 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC RH-M
*1
on/off, output
4-17B 5-2, 3 24 V DC 24 V DC supply, input
5-1 5-2, 3 24 V DC 24 V DC supply, input
5-4, 5 5-6, 7 5 V DC 5 V DC supply, input
6-1 5-2, 3 0/5.5 V DC LPHFM1 full/half-speed, output
6-2 5-2, 3 0/2.6 V DC CFM full-/half-speed, output
6-3 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC CFM on/off, output
6-4 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC CSOL hold/off, output
6-5 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC CSOL pull/off, output
6-6 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC SSOL on/off, output
6-7 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC RCL on/off, output
6-8 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC CCL on/off, output
6-9 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC RPCCL on/off, output
6-10 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC FCL-M on/off, output
6-11 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC RWCL-M on/off, output
6-12 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC FCL-L
*1, 2
on/off, output
6-13 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC RWCL-L
*1, 2
on/off, output
6-14 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC BYPRCL on/off, output
6-15 5-2, 3 0/5.5 V DC LPHFM2 full/half-speed, output
6-17 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC Main chager on/off control, output
6-18 5-2, 3 0/24 V DC FL on/off control, output
6-19 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC MHVT shorting detection, input
6-20 5-2, 3 24/0 V DC SSW1, SSW2 on/off, input
7-1 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC DRM drive/stop control, output
7-2 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC (pulse) DRM clock, output
7-4 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC DM drive/stop control, output
7-5 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC (pulse) DM clock, output
7-6 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC FDM drive/stop control, output
7-7 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC (pulse) FDM clock, output
7-8 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC DRM lock detection, input
7-11 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC OHSW on/off, input
7-12 5-6, 7 5/0 V DC CHPSW1 on/off, input
7-13 5-6, 7 5/0 V DC CHPSW2 on/off, input
7-14 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC RLDSW-M on/off, input
7-15 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC RLDSW-L
*1, 2
on/off, input
*1 Optional for 220 240 V models.
*2 Optional for 120 V models.
340-3
3-6-30
Terminals (CN) Voltage Remarks
7-16 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC (pulse) PS-M detection, input
7-17 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC (pulse) PS-L
*1, 2
detection, input
7-18 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC PSSW1-M on/off, input
7-19 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC PSSW2-M on/off, input
7-20 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC PSSW1-L
*3
on/off, input
7-21 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC PSSW2-L
*3
on/off, input
7-22 5-6, 7 FL light intensity control, output
7-23 5-6, 7 Grid control, output
8-1 5-6, 7 5 V DC 5 V supply to OPCB, output
8-2 8-3 0/5 V DC (pulse) OPCB serial communication, input
8-4 8-5 0/5 V DC (pulse) OPCB serial communication, output
8-6 8-7 0/5 V DC (pulse) OPCB clock, output
8-8 5-6, 7 0/5 V DC Job stop/roll cut key on/off, input
11-1 11-2 0/5 V DC (pulse) ISUPCB serial communication, input
11-3 11-4 0/5 V DC (pulse) ISUPCB serial communication, output
11-5 11-8 0/5 V DC ISUPCB reset, output
11-6 11-8 0/5 V DC ISUPCB connected/not connected
detection, input
11-7 11-8 FL light intensity feedback control, input
*1 Optional for 220 240 V models. *2 Optional for 120 V models.
*3 Optional
340-2
3-6-31
(4) Servo motor control 1 PCB
Terminals (CN) Voltage Remarks
1-1 1-2 24 V DC DM drive, output
1-3 1-4 0.5 V AC (sinusoidal) DM FG, input
2-1 2-2 24 V DC 24 V DC supply, input
2-4 2-5 5 V DC 5 V DC supply, input
3-1 2-5 0/5 V DC DM drive/stop control, input
3-2 2-5 0/5 V DC (pulse) DM clock, input
3-3 2-5 0/5 V DC FDM drive/stop control, input
3-4 2-5 0/5 V DC (pulse) FDM clock, input
3-5 2-5 0/5 V DC DRM drive/stop control, input
3-6 2-5 0/5 V DC (pulse) DRM clock, input
3-7 2-5 0/5 V DC DRM lock detection, output
4-1 4-2 24/0 V DC (pulse) DRM drive, output
4-3 4-4 0.5 V AC (sinusoidal) DRM FG, input
5-1 5-2 24/0 V DC (pulse) FDM drive, output
5-3 5-4 0.5 V AC (sinusoidal) FDM FG, input
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340
3-6-32
(5) Servo motor control 2 PCB
Terminals (CN) Voltage Remarks
1-1 1-4, 5 24 V DC 24 V DC supply, input
1-2 1-4, 5 24 V DC 24 V DC supply, input
1-3 1-6 5 V DC 5 V DC supply, input
2-1 1-6 0/5 V DC OFM SPEED1, input
2-2 1-6 0/5 V DC OFM ENA, input
2-3 1-6 0/5 V DC OFM SPEED2, input
2-4 1-6 0/5 V DC PFM SPEED1, input
2-5 1-6 0/5 V DC DCM2PCB RESET, input
2-7 1-6 0/5 V DC PFM SPEED2, input
2-8 1-6 0/5 V DC PFM ENA, input
2-10 2-11 0/5 V DC (pulse) DCM2PCB serial communication, output
2-12 2-13 0/5 V DC (pulse) DCM2PCB serial communication, input
3-1 3-2 0/24 V DC (pulse) PFM drive, output
3-3 3-5 5 V DC 5 V DC supply to PFM, output
3-4 3-5 0/5 V DC (pulse) PFM FG, input
4-1 4-2 0/24 V DC (pulse) OFM drive, output
4-3 4-6 0/5 V DC (pulse) OFM FG (A), input
4-4 4-6 0/5 V DC (pulse) OFM FG (B), input
4-5 4-6 5 V DC 5 V DC supply to OFM, output
C
N
2
1
3
1
C
N
3
1
5
DA1 FT1
SDG
FT2
SDG
DA2 FT3
SDG
FT4
SDG
FT5
SDG
DA3
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6
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9
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1
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D
1
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4
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1
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D
1
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D
1
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5
D
1
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D
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D
1
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D
1
7
D
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C
N
4
5
C6
C7
PC393
5
1
IC5
C13
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2
3
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TR14
C14
C15
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D25
FUSE1 125V 5A
FUSE2 125V 5A
D
2
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R7
IC13 BCE
IC 0
7
4
H
C
1
4
1
8
IC11
1
8
IC10
7
4
H
C
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5
7
4
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C
0
7
5
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IC12
C
1
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TD62304
1
8
IC9
PC393
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1
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CN1 1 6
C10
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TR15
B E
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C9
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2
4
TP2
TP1
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P
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TC57256AD-15
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C8
WARNING
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF FIRE.
REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME TYPE AND RATING OF FUSE.
A
D
A
5 K C
T
R
2
E
T
R
1
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D28
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4-A
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D21
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A A
DA4
LBS
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C5
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C3
3
1
IC15
1
15
IC14
1
11
IC6
74HC16

1
8
IC7
TH3
B
7
4
H
C
0
0
1
8
IC2
7
4
H
C
1
4
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8
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P
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74HC14

340
3-6-33
(6) Output PCB
J
1

J
2

J
3

J
4
J
5

J
6

J
7
R
1
0

R
9

R
8
R 7
R 6
R 5
R 1
R 2
R 3
R 4
J
8

J
9

J
1
0
R 1 4
R 1 3
R 1 2
R 1 1
R
1
5
R
1
6
R
1
7
R
1
8
R
1
9
R
2
0
R
2
1
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R
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R
2
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R
3
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R
4
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5
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R
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C N 1
C N 2
C
N
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C
N
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C
N
5
C N 6
C
N
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9
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V
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0
340
3-6-34
Terminals (CN) Voltage Remarks
1-1 4-1 24 V DC 24 V DC supply, output
1-2 4-1 24 V DC 24 V DC supply, output
1-3 4-1 24 V DC 24 V DC supply, output
1-4 4-1 24 V DC 24 V DC supply, output
1-5 4-1 24 V DC 24 V DC supply, output
2-1 4-1 24 V DC 24 V DC supply, output
2-2 4-1 24 V DC 24 V DC supply, output
2-3 4-1 24 V DC 24 V DC suppy, output
2-4 4-1 24 V DC 24 V DC supply, output
3-1 4-1 24 V DC 24 V DC supply, input
3-2 4-1 24 V DC 24 V DC supply, input
3-3 4-1 24 V DC 24 V DC supply, input
3-4 4-1 24 V DC 24 V DC supply, output
4-3 4-1 24 V DC 24 V DC supply, input
5-1 6-9 0/24 V DC RH-L
*1, 2
on/off control, input
5-2 6-9 0/24 V DC RH-M
*1
on/off control, input
5-3 6-9 0/24 V DC RH-U
*1
on/off control, input
5-4 6-9 0/15.5 V DC DH on/off control, input
5-5 6-9 0/15.5 V DC FLH on/off control,input
5-6 6-9 0/15.5 V DC RTL on/off control, input
5-7 6-9 0/15.5 V DC PCHL on/off control, input
6-1 6-9 24 V DC 24 V DC supply, input
6-2 4-1 0/24 V DC RH-L
*1, 2
on/off, output
6-3 4-1 0/24 V DC RH-M
*1
on/off, output
6-4 4-1 0/24 V DC RH-U
*1
on/off, output
6-5 4-1 0/24 V DC DH on/off, output
6-6 4-1 0/24 V DC FLH on/off, output
6-7 4-1 0/24 V DC RTL on/off, output
6-8 4-1 0/24 V DC PCHL on/off, output
7-1 4-1 24 V DC 24 V DC supply, output
7-2 4-1 24 V DC 24 V DC supply, output
*1 Optional for 220 240 V models.
*2 Optional for 120 V models.
340
3-6-35
(7) Operation unit PCB
Terminals (CN) Voltage Remarks
1-1 1-7 5 V DC 5 V DC supply, input
1-2 1-3 5/0 V DC (pulse) OPCB serial communication, output
1-4 1-5 5/0 V DC (pulse) OPCB serial communication, input
1-6 1-7 5/0 V DC (pulse) OPCB clock, input
1-8 1-7 0/5 V DC Job stop/roll cut key on/off, output
LED1
LED4
LED5
SW3
LED10
LED42
LED43
LED11
LED12
LED13
LED6
LED7
LED8
LED9
LED14
LED15
LED16
LED17
LED18
LED19
LED20
LED21
LED29
LED30
LED41
LED26
LED34 LED36
LED35 LED37 LED39
LED38 LED40
LED28
LED27
LED31
LED32
LED33
LED2
LED3
SW5 SW7 SW9
SW12
SW11 SW16
LED23
SW1
SW2
SW17
SW18
SW14
SW15
SW19
SW38
SW13
SW4
SW22
SW25
SW20 SW21
SW26 SW27 SW28
SW24 SW23
SW6 SW8 SW10
SW29 SW30 SW31
SW32 SW33 SW34
SW35 SW36 SW37
LED24
LED25
LED22
340
3-6-36
(8) Inverter PCB
Terminals (CN) Voltage Remarks
1-1 1-3 FL light control, input
1-2 1-3 0/24 V DC FL on/off control, input
1-4 1-3 24 V DC 24 V DC supply, input
2-1 2-2 FL lighting, output
2-5 2-6 FL lighting, output
MATSUSHITA ELECTRIC WORKS, LTD.
CAUTION
For continued protection against
risk of fire. Repiase only with
same type and ratings of fuse.
R13-1 R13-2
R20 C9 C4
C8 C10
ZD R15
R18
R16
R17
IC
AD1
C1
960903
Q1
Q2
C5
Q6
D
R19
R10
R14 C6
R9 C2 Q3
C7
B
E
B
E
E
B
R1 R2 R5 R6 R7 R8 R3 R4
OT
MG1
MG2
R11 AD2 R12
ICP
9
6
0
9

1
8
S
L2
L1
B
E
Q5 Q4
B
E C3
HT
J1
1
2
3
4
5
6
4
3
2
1
+24
GND
ons
Vrem
CN1
CN2
T125V 3A
Model No.CHF651HPA-20M DC24V 1.6A 3402807
340
3-6-37
(9) ISU PCB
Terminals (CN) Voltage Remarks
7-1 7-2 5/0 V DC (pulse) ISUPCB serial communication, output
7-3 7-4 5/0 V DC (pulse) ISUPCB serial communication, input
7-5 7-8 5/0 V DC ISUPCB reset, input
7-6 7-8 0/5 V DC ISUPCB connected/not connected
detection, ouptput
7-7 7-8 FL light intensity feedback control, output
I
C
5

A
L
S
1
9
3
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C
7

H
C
1
4
I
C
8

H
C
1
4
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1
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5
2
1
I
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2
4
5
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2
8

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C
5
3
3
2
8
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5
3
3
2
8
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C
5
3
3
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8
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6
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2
6
L
S
3
1
I
C
2
6

2
6
L
S
3
1
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B17
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B1
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A
8
0
3
0
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2
7
D
1
6
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BS9
NF7
NF5
NF29
IC11SHDG43
RA8
RA7
C79
IC9
M380221-4SKT
N
F
3
7
R
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6
B
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1
R
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R
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5

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IC
3
8
NF62
NF60
NF64
NF63
NF61
8
87
218
1
1
1
1
5
1
5
1
5
1
5
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
8
5
1
1
1
1
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5
1
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1
A
1
1
33
1
208
157
156
105
104
52
53
49
48
32
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16 1
C
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1
C
N
2
C
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C
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B
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R
3
V
R
1
V
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5
C132
C134
C120
C109
C100
C99
C108
C121
B
S
3
B
S
4
CN5
V
R
4
N
F
1
0
N
F
1
1
D
I
2
IC1
AGCZ10
IC3
AGCZ10
IC4
AGCZ10
IC2
AGCZ10
N
F
1
6
N
F
1
3
N
F
9
N
F
1
2
N
F
1
4
N
F
1
5
U
P
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2
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IC
2
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4
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IC
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P
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U
P
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4
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8
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G
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C
4
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6
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I
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6
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1
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IC
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3
6
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3
6
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2
2
D
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D
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D
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D
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D
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1
64
49
48
33
32
17
16
1
64
49
48
33
32
17
16
1
64
49
48
33
32
17
16
1
64
49
48
1 7
33
32
17
16
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
5
8
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5
5
5
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5
5
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+
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+
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+
+
340
3-6-38
Measure the input voltage.
Check that the power cord is firmly con-
nected to the outlet.
Check for continuity. If none, replace the
power cord.
Check for continuity across the input and
output terminals. If none, replace the filter.
Check for continuity across the contacts. If
none, replace the switch.
Check for continuity across the contacts of
each switch. If none, replace the switch.
Check for continuity across the fuse. If none,
find the cause of fuse blowing and replace it.
Check if 24 V and 5 V DC are output when
AC is supplied. If not, replace the PCB.
Check for continuity across the coil of power
relay 1. If none, replace the relay.
Check if power relay 1 operates when
CN4-16A on the main PCB is set to low. If
not, replace the relay.
Check for continuity across power relay 1. If
none with the relay on, replace it.
Check for continuity across the coil of power
relay 2. If none, replace the relay.
Check if power relay 2 operates when
CN4-16A on the main PCB is set to low. If
not, replace the relay.
Check for continuity across power relay 2. If
none with the relay on, replace it.
Find and remove the cause of the breaker
tripping and reset the breaker.
(1)
The machine
does not op-
erate at all
when the
main switch is
turned on.
There is no power
at the wall outlet.
The power plug is
not connected cor-
rectly.
The power cord
has a break.
The noise filter is
defective.
The main switch is
defective.
Safety switch 3, 4,
5 or 6 is defective.
The fuse on the
power source PCB
is blown.
The power source
PCB is defective.
Power relay 1 is
defective.
Power relay 2 is
defective.
The noise filter
breaker has
tripped.
3-6-4 Electrical problems
Problem Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
340-2
3-6-39
(2)
The drive mo-
tor does not
operate.
(3)
The drum
motor does
not operate.
(4)
The fixing
drive motor
does not op-
erate.
The drive motor
coil is broken.
The main PCB is
defective.
Servo motor con-
trol 1 PCB is de-
fective.
The fuse on servo
motor control 1
PCB has blown.
The drum motor
coil is broken.
The main PCB is
defective.
Servo motor con-
trol 1 PCB is de-
fective.
The fuse on servo
motor control 1
PCB has blown.
The fixing drive
motor coil is bro-
ken.
The main PCB is
defective.
Servo motor con-
trol 1 PCB is de-
fective.
The fuse on servo
motor control 1
PCB has blown.
Check for continuity across the coil. If none,
replace the motor.
Run simulation 10. If no clock pulse is output
at CN7-5 on the main PCB with 24 V DC
present at CN7-4, replace the PCB.
Run simulation 10. If CN3-1 on servo motor
control 1 PCB goes low but the drive motor
does not rotate, replace the PCB.
Check for continuity. If none, find the cause
of fuse blowing and replace it.
Check for continuity across the coil. If none,
replace the motor.
Run simulation 10. If CN7-1 on the main
PCB goes low but no clock pulse is output at
CN7-2, replace the PCB.
Run simulation 10. If CN3-5 on servo motor
control 1 PCB goes low but the drum motor
does not rotate, replace the PCB.
Check for continuity. If none, find the cause
of fuse blowing and replace it.
Check for continuity across the coil. If none,
replace the motor.
Run simulation 10. If CN7-6 on the main
PCB goes low but no clock pulse is output at
CN7-7, replace the PCB.
Run simulation 10. If when CN3-3 on servo
motor control 1 PCB goes low but the fixing
drive motor does not rotate, replace the
PCB.
Check for continuity. If none, find the cause
of fuse blowing and replace it.
Problem Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
340-1
3-6-40
(5)
The paper
feed motor
does not op-
erate.
(6)
The original
feed motor
does not op-
erate.
(7)
The toner
feed motor
does not op-
erate.
The paper feed
motor coil is bro-
ken.
The main PCB is
defective.
Servo motor con-
trol 2 PCB is de-
fective.
Power relay 3 is
defective.
Safety switch 1 or
2 is defective.
The fuse on servo
motor control 2
PCB has blown.
The original feed
motor coil is bro-
ken.
The main PCB is
defective.
Servo motor con-
trol 2 PCB is de-
fective.
The fuse on servo
motor control 2
PCB has blown.
The toner feed
motor coil is bro-
ken.
The main PCB is
defective.
Check for continuity across the coil. If none,
replace the motor.
Run simulation 11 and check if CN3-29 on
the main PCB goes low. If not, replace the
PCB.
Run simulation 11. If CN2-8 on servo motor
control 2 PCB goes low but the paper feed
motor does not rotate, replace the PCB.
Check for continuity across the coil of power
relay 3. If none, replace the relay.
Check if power relay 3 operates when CN6-20
on the main PCB is set to high. If not, re-
place the relay.
Check for continuity across power relay 3. If
none with the relay on, replace it.
Check for continuity across each safety
switch. If none, replace it.
Check for continuity. If none, find the cause
of fuse blowing and replace it.
Check for continuity across the coil. If none,
replace the motor.
Run simulation 24 and check if CN3-24 on
the main PCB goes low. If not, replace the
PCB.
Run simulation 24. If CN2-2 on servo motor
control 2 PCB goes low but the original feed
motor does not rotate, replace the PCB.
Check for continuity. If none, find the cause
of fuse blowing and replace it.
Check for continuity across the coil. If none,
replace the motor.
Run simulation 64. If 24 V AC is not output
across CN4-1A and 4-2A on the main PCB,
replace the PCB.
Problem Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
340-3
3-6-41
(8)
The paper
conveying fan
motor does
not operate.
(9)
The cooling
fan motor
does not op-
erate.
(10)
The right or
left fixing unit
fan motor
does not op-
erate.
(11)
LPH fan mo-
tor 1 does not
operate.
(12)
The upper roll
winding clutch
does not op-
erate.
The paper convey-
ing fan motor is
defective.
The main PCB is
defective.
The cooling fan
motor is defective.
The main PCB is
defective.
The right or left
fixing unit fan mo-
tor is defective.
The main PCB is
defective.
The coil of LPH fan
motor 1 has a
break.
LPH fan motor 1 is
defective.
The main PCB is
defective.
The upper roll
winding clutch coil
is broken.
The connector
terminals of the
upper roll winding
clutch make poor
contact.
The main PCB is
defective.
Run simulation 18. If CN4-6A on the main
PCB goes low but the paper conveying fan
motor does not rotate, replace the motor.
Run simulation 18. If CN4-6A on the main
PCB does not go low, replace the PCB.
Run simulation 18. If CN6-3 on the main
PCB goes low but the cooling fan motor
does not rotate, replace the motor.
Run simulation 18. If CN6-3 on the main
PCB does not go low, replace the PCB.
Run simulation 18. If CN4-5A on the main
PCB goes low but the right or left fixing unit
fan motor does not rotate, replace that mo-
tor.
Run simulation 18. If CN4-5A on the main
PCB goes low replace the main PCB.
Check for continuity across the coil. If none,
replace LPH fan motor 1.
Run simulation 18. If CN6-1 on the main
PCB goes low but LPH fan motor 1 does not
rotate, replace the motor.
Run simulation 18. If CN6-1 on the main
PCB does not go low, replace the main
PCB.
Check for continuity across the coil. If none,
replace the clutch.
Check for continuity across the terminals. If
none, replace them.
Run simulation 05. If CN4-9A on the main
PCB does not go low, replace the PCB.
Problem Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
340
3-6-42
(13)
The middle
roll winding
clutch does
not operate.
(14)
The lower roll
winding
clutch
*1
does
not operate.
(15)
The upper
feed clutch
does not op-
erate.
(16)
The middle
feed clutch
does not op-
erate.
The middle roll
winding clutch coil
is broken.
The connector
terminals of the
middle roll winding
clutch make poor
contact.
The main PCB is
defective.
The lower roll
winding clutch coil
is broken.
The connector
terminals of the
lower roll winding
clutch make poor
contact.
The main PCB is
defective.
The upper feed
clutch coil is bro-
ken.
The connector
terminals of the
upper feed clutch
make poor contact.
The main PCB is
defective.
The middle feed
clutch coil is bro-
ken.
The connector
terminals of the
middle feed clutch
make poor contact.
The main PCB is
defective.
Check for continuity across the coil. If none,
replace the clutch.
Check for continuity across the terminals. If
none, replace them.
Run simulation 05. If CN6-11 on the main
PCB does not go low, replace the PCB.
Check for continuity across the coil. If none,
replace the clutch.
Check for continuity across the terminals. If
none, replace them.
Run simulation 05. If CN6-13 on the main
PCB does not go low, replace the PCB.
Check for continuity across the coil. If none,
replace the clutch.
Check for continuity across the terminals. If
none, replace them.
Run simulation 04. If CN4-8A on the main
PCB does not go low, replace the PCB.
Check for continuity across the coil. If none,
replace the clutch.
Check for continuity across the terminals. If
none, replace them.
Run simulation 04. If CN6-10 on the main
PCB does not go low, replace the PCB.
Problem Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
*1 Optional.
340
3-6-43
(17)
The lower
feed clutch
*1
does not op-
erate.
(18)
The roll paper
conveying
clutch does
not operate.
(19)
The registra-
tion clutch
does not op-
erate.
(20)
The cutter
clutch does
not operate.
The lower feed
clutch coil is bro-
ken.
The connector
terminals of the
lower feed clutch
make poor contact.
The main PCB is
defective.
The roll paper con-
veying clutch coil
is broken.
The connector
terminals of the roll
paper conveying
clutch make poor
contact.
The main PCB is
defective.
The registration
clutch coil is bro-
ken.
The connector
terminals of the
registration clutch
make poor contact.
The main PCB is
defective.
The cutter clutch
coil is broken.
The connector
terminals of the
cutter clutch make
poor contact.
The main PCB is
defective.
Check for continuity across the coil. If none,
replace the clutch.
Check for continuity across the terminals. If
none, replace them.
Run simulation 04. If CN6-12 on the main
PCB does not go low, replace the PCB.
Check for continuity across the coil. If none,
replace the clutch.
Check for continuity across the terminals. If
none, replace them.
Run simulation 06. If CN6-9 on the main
PCB does not go low, replace the PCB.
Check for continuity across the coil. If none,
replace the clutch.
Check for continuity across the terminals. If
none, replace them.
Run simulation 06. If CN6-7 on the main
PCB does not go low, replace the PCB.
Check for continuity across the coil. If none,
replace the clutch.
Check for continuity across the terminals. If
none, replace them.
Run simulation 06. If CN6-8 on the main
PCB does not go low, replace the PCB.
Problem Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
*1 Optional.
340
3-6-44
(21)
The bypass
registration
clutch does
not operate.
(22)
The original
feed clutch
does not op-
erate.
(23)
The cleaning
solenoid does
not operate.
(24)
The separa-
tion claw sole-
noid does not
operate.
The bypass regis-
tration clutch coil is
broken.
The connector
terminals of the
bypass registration
clutch make poor
contact.
The main PCB is
defective.
The original feed
clutch coil is bro-
ken.
The connector
terminals of the
original feed clutch
make poor contact.
The main PCB is
defective.
The cleaning sole-
noid coil is broken.
The connector
terminals of the
cleaning solenoid
make poor contact.
The main PCB is
defective.
The separation
claw solenoid coil
is broken.
The connector
terminals of the
separation claw
solenoid make
poor contact.
The main PCB is
defective.
Check for continuity across the coil. If none,
replace the clutch.
Check for continuity across the terminals. If
none, replace them.
Run simulation 08. If CN6-14 on the main
PCB does not go low, replace the PCB.
Check for continuity across the coil. If none,
replace the clutch.
Check for continuity across the terminals. If
none, replace them.
Run simulation 24. If CN4-7A on the main
PCB does not go low, replace the PCB.
Check for continuity across the coil. If none,
replace the solenoid.
Check for continuity across the terminals. If
none, replace them.
Run simulation 45. If CN6-4 and CN6-5 on
the main PCB do not go low, replace the
PCB.
Check for continuity across the coil. If none,
replace the clutch.
Check for continuity across the terminals. If
none, replace them.
Run simulation 48. If CN6-6 on the main
PCB does not go low, replace the PCB.
Problem Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
340
3-6-45
(25)
The fluores-
cent lamp
does not light.
(26)
The fluores-
cent lamp
does not go
off.
(27)
The pre-
charging lamp
does not light.
(28)
The post-
transfer lamp
does not light.
The fluorescent
lamp filament is
broken.
The fluorescent
lamp socket
makes poor con-
tact.
The main PCB is
defective.
The inverter PCB
is defective.
The main PCB is
defective.
The inverter PCB
is defective.
The pre-charging
lamp has a break.
The main PCB is
defective.
The output PCB is
defective.
The post-transfer
lamp has a break.
The main PCB is
defective.
The output PCB is
defective.
Check for continuity across the filament. If
none, replace the lamp.
Check for continuity across the right and left
lamp sockets.
Run simulation 110. If CN1-2 on the inverter
PCB does not go low, replace the PCB.
Run simulation 110. If CN6-18 on the main
PCB goes low but the fluorescent lamp does
not light, replace the inverter PCB.
Check if CN6-18 on the main PCB remains
low constantly. If so, replace the main PCB.
Check if the fluorescent lamp goes off when
CN1-2 on the inverter PCB is high. If not,
replace the PCB.
If CN1-2 on the inverter PCB is low with
CN6-18 on the main PCB disconnected,
replace the inverter PCB.
Check for continuity across the terminals. If
none, replace the lamp.
Run simulation 44. If CN4-12A on the main
PCB fails to go low, replace the PCB.
Run simulation 44. If CN5-7 on the output
PCB goes low but CN6-8 does not, replace
the PCB.
Check for continuity across the terminals. If
none, replace the lamp.
Run simulation 44. If CN4-12B on the main
PCB does not go low, replace the PCB.
Run simulation 44. If CN5-6 on the output
PCB goes low but CN6-7 does not, replace
the PCB.
Problem Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
340
3-6-46
(29)
Fixing heater
M or S does
not turn on
(C-630, C-631,
C-640, C-641,
C-650, C-660).
(30)
Fixing heater
M or S fails to
turn off (C-630,
C-641, C-650,
C-660).
Fixing heater M or
S has a break.
Fixing unit thermal
switch 1 or 2 is
tripped.
Fixing unit thermis-
tor 1 or 2 is
shorted.
Solid state relay 1
or 2 is defective.
The main PCB is
defective.
Solid state relay 1
or 2 is defective.
The thermal sens-
ing section of fixing
unit thermistor 1 or
2 is dirty.
Fixing unit thermis-
tor 1 or 2 has a
break.
The main PCB is
defective.
Check for continuity across the terminals. If
none, replace the heater.
Check for continuity across the terminals. If
none, locate and remove the cause of the
problem and replace fixing unit thermal
switch 1 or 2.
Measure resistance. If it is 0 , replace fix-
ing unit thermistor 1 or 2.
Measure resistances across the terminals. If
they are other than across 1 and 2 and
continuity in one direction across 3 and 4,
replace solid state relay 1 or 2.
Run simulation 47. If CN4-7B and CN4-8B
on the main PCB do not go low, replace the
PCB.
Measure resistances across the terminals. If
they are other than across 1 and 2 and
continuity in one direction across 3 and 4,
replace solid state relay 1 or 2.
Visually check and clean if necessary.
Measure the resistance. If it is , replace
that thermistor.
Check if CN4-7B and CN4-8B on the main
PCB are low constantly. If so, replace the
PCB.
Problem Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
340
3-6-47
(31)
No main
charging.
(32)
No transfer
charging.
The main charger
wire is broken.
The main charger
housing leaks.
The main high-
voltage trans-
former connectors
make poor contact.
The main PCB is
defective.
The main high-
voltage trans-
former is defective.
The transfer
charger wire is
broken.
The transfer
charger housing
leaks.
The ST high-volt-
age transformer
connectors make
poor contact.
The main PCB is
defective.
The ST high-volt-
age transformer is
defective.
See page 3-6-5.
See page 3-6-4.
Problem Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
340-1
3-6-48
(33)
No separation
charging.
(34)
No develop-
ing bias.
(35)
The job stop/
roll cut key
does not op-
erate.
The separation
charger wire is
broken.
The ST high-volt-
age transformer
connectors make
poor contact.
The main PCB is
defective.
The ST high-volt-
age transformer is
defective.
The developing
bias high-voltage
transformer con-
nectors are not
connected cor-
rectly or make
poor contacts.
The developing
bias high-voltage
transformer is de-
fective.
The main PCB is
defective.
The operation unit
PCB is defective.
Visually check. Replace the wire if neces-
sary.
Check if the connectors are securely con-
nected. If not, remedy.
Check for continuity across the connectors.
If none, replace them.
Run simulation 34 and, if CN4-2B on the
main PCB does not go low, replace the main
PCB.
Run simulation 34. If separation charging is
not conducted with CN4-2B low, replace the
ST high-voltage transformer.
See page 3-6-9.
If CN1-8 on the operation unit PCB fails to
go low when the job stop/roll cut key is
pressed, replace the PCB.
Problem Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
340
3-6-49
(36)
The fluores-
cent lamp
heater does
not operate.
(37)
The dehu-
midifier does
not operate.
(38)
The upper roll
unit heater
*1
does not op-
erate.
(39)
The middle
roll unit heater
*1
does not op-
erate.
The fluorescent
lamp heater has a
break.
The main PCB is
defective.
The output PCB is
defective.
The dehumidifier
has a break.
The main PCB is
defective.
The output PCB is
defective.
The upper roll unit
heater has a
break.
The upper roll unit
heater switch is
defective.
The main PCB is
defective.
The output PCB is
defective.
The middle roll unit
heater has a
break.
The middle roll unit
heater switch is
defective.
The main PCB is
defective.
The output PCB is
defective.
Check the resistance across the terminals. If
it is , replace the heater.
If the fluorescent lamp heater operates with
CN4-13B on the main PCB low, replace the
PCB.
If CN6-6 on the output PCB fails to go low
with CN5-5 low, replace the PCB.
Check the resistance across the terminals. If
it is , replace the heater.
If the dehumidifier operates with CN4-13A
on the main PCB low, replace the PCB.
If CN6-5 on the output PCB fails to go low
with CN5-4 low, replace the PCB.
Measure the resistance across the termi-
nals. If it is , replace the heater.
Check for continuity across the switch. If
none with the switch set to on, replace it.
If the upper roll unit heater operates with
CN4-14A on the main PCB low, replace the
PCB.
If CN6-4 on the output PCB fails to go low
with CN5-3 low, replace the PCB.
Measure the resistance across the termi-
nals. If it is , replace the heater.
Check for continuity across the switch. If
none with the switch set to on, replace it.
If the middle roll unit heater operates with
CN4-14B on the main PCB low, replace the
PCB.
If CN6-3 on the output PCB fails to go low
with CN5-2 low, replace the PCB.
Problem Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
*1 Optional for 220 240 V models.
340-3
3-6-50
(40)
The lower
roller unit
heater
*1
does
not operate.
(41)
LPH fan mo-
tor 2 does not
operate.
The lower roll unit
heater has a
break.
The lower roll unit
heater switch is
defective.
The main PCB is
defective.
The output PCB is
defective.
The coil of LPH fan
motor 2 has a
break.
LPH fan motor 2 is
defective.
The main PCB is
defective.
Measure the resistance across the termi-
nals. If it is , replace the heater.
Check for continuity across the switch. If
none with the switch set to on, replace it.
If the lower roll unit heater operates with
CN4-15A on the main PCB low, replace the
PCB.
If CN6-2 on the output PCB fails to go low
with CN5-1 low, replace the PCB.
Check for continuity across the coil. If none,
replace LPH fan motor 2.
Run simulation 18. If CN6-15 on the main
PCB goes low but LPH fan motor 2 does not
rotate, replace the motor.
Run simulation 18. If CN6-15 on the main
PCB does not go low, replace the main
PCB.
Problem Causes Check procedures/corrective measures
*1 Optional.
340-1
3-6-51
If they are, clean with iso-
propyl alcohol.
Replace if necessary.
If they are, clean with iso-
propyl alcohol.
Replace if necessary.
If they are, clean with iso-
propyl alcohol.
Replace if necessary.
If it is, clean with isopropyl
alcohol.
Replace if necessary.
If CN3-14 on the main
PCB does not change lev-
els when the bypass regis-
tration switch is turned on
and off, replace the switch.
If it is, replace the switch.
(1)
No primary
paper feed.
Check if the surface of the roll paper
feed upper roller of the 1st roll unit
and that of roll paper feed lower
roller A are dirty with paper dust.
Check if the roll paper feed upper
roller of the 1st roll unit and roll pa-
per feed lower roller A are deformed
or worn.
Check if the surface of the roll paper
feed upper roller of the 2nd roll unit
and that of roll paper feed rear roller
B are dirty with paper dust.
Check if the roll paper feed upper
roller of the 2nd roll unit and roll pa-
per feed rear roller B are deformed
or worn.
Check if the surface of the roll paper
feed upper roller of the 3rd roll unit
(optional) and that of roll paper feed
rear roller C are dirty with paper
dust.
Check if the roll paper feed upper
roller of the 3rd roll unit (optional)
and paper feed rear roller C are de-
formed or worn.
Check if the surface of roll paper
conveying rear roller A is dirty with
paper dust.
Check if roll paper conveying rear
roller A is deformed or worn.
Check if the bypass registration
switch operates correctly.
Check if the bypass registration
switch actuator is broken.
3-6-5 Mechanical problems
Problem Causes/check procedures Corrective measures
340
3-6-52
(1)
No primary
paper feed.
(cont.)
(2)
No secondary
paper feed.
(3)
No original
conveying.
Check if the surface of the bypass
paper feed roller is dirty with paper
dust.
Check if the bypass paper feed roller
is deformed or worn.
Check if the bypass registration
clutch, upper feed clutch, middle
feed clutch, lower feed clutch (op-
tional), and roll paper conveying
clutch are installed correctly.
Check if the bypass registration
clutch, upper feed clutch, middle
feed clutch, lower feed clutch (op-
tional) or roll paper conveying clutch
operates correctly.
Check if paper feed section drive
belts 1 and 2 are installed correctly.
Check if the surfaces of the regis-
tration roller and registration pulley
are dirty with paper dust.
Check if the surfaces of the bypass
registration roller, bypass pulley and
pre-transfer roller are dirty with pa-
per dust.
Check if the registration clutch or
bypass registration clutch is installed
correctly.
Check if the registration clutch or
bypass registration clutch operates
correctly.
Check if the surfaces of the front
upper, middle upper, rear upper,
front lower and rear lower original
rollers are dirty with paper dust.
Check if the front upper or rear up-
per original roller is deformed or
worn.
If it is, clean with isopropyl
alcohol.
If it is, replace the roller.
If not, reinstall.
If not, replace the compo-
nent.
If not, reinstall (see pages
3-3-60 and 61).
If they are, clean with iso-
propyl alcohol.
If they are, clean with iso-
propyl alcohol.
If not, reinstall.
If not, replace the clutch.
If they are, clean with iso-
propyl alcohol.
If it is, replace.
Problem Causes/check procedures Corrective measures
340
3-6-53
Problem Causes/check procedures Corrective measures
(3)
No original
conveying.
(cont.)
(4)
Original jam.
(5)
Paper jam.
Check if the original leading edge
detection switch operates correctly.
Check if the actuator of the original
leading edge detection switch is bro-
ken.
Check if the original feed clutch is
installed correctly.
Check if the original feed clutch op-
erates correctly.
Check if original drive belts 1 and 2
are installed correctly.
Check if the original holding section
is installed correctly.
Check if a guide plate or other com-
ponent along the original conveying
path is deformed.
Check the paper.
Check if the separation charger wire
on the transfer charger assembly is
broken.
Check if the paper conveying fan
motor rotates correctly.
Check if a guide plate or other com-
ponent along the paper conveying
path is deformed.
Check if the press roller or the sepa-
ration claws are extremely dirty.
Check if the press roller or a separa-
tion claw is deformed.
Check if the oil roller is extremely
dirty.
If CN3-12 on the main
PCB does not change lev-
els when the original lead-
ing edge detection switch
is turned on and off, re-
place the switch.
If it is, replace the switch.
If not, reinstall.
If not, replace the clutch.
If not, reinstall.
If not, reinstall.
If it is, correct or replace.
If the paper is extremely
curled or has other prob-
lems, replace.
If it is, replace (see page
3-3-37).
If not, replace the motor.
If it is, correct or replace.
If so, clean.
If so, replace (see page
3-3-52).
If it is, replace (see page
3-3-53).
340
3-6-54
Problem Causes/check procedures Corrective measures
(6)
Toner falls
onto the pa-
per conveying
section.
(7)
Abnormal
noise.
Check if the developing section is
extremely dirty.
Check if the lower cleaning blade is
deformed.
Check if all the rollers and gears
rotate smoothly.
Check if all the drive belts are
tensioned correctly.
If it is, clean the develop-
ing section and around
that area.
If it is, replace.
If there is a problem,
grease the bearings and
gears.
If not, adjust (see pages
3-3-60, 61, 62 and 63).
1-1-33
340
CONTENTS
3-7 Appendixes
Timing chart No. 1 ......................................................................................... 3-7-1
Timing chart No. 2 ......................................................................................... 3-7-2
Timing chart No. 3 ......................................................................................... 3-7-3
Timing chart No. 4 ......................................................................................... 3-7-4
Timing chart No. 5 ......................................................................................... 3-7-5
Main PCB 1/44 .............................................................................................. 3-7-6
Main PCB 2/44 .............................................................................................. 3-7-7
Main PCB 3/44 .............................................................................................. 3-7-8
Main PCB 4/44 .............................................................................................. 3-7-9
Main PCB 5/44 ............................................................................................ 3-7-10
Main PCB 6/44 ............................................................................................ 3-7-11
Main PCB 7/44 ............................................................................................ 3-7-12
Main PCB 8/44 ............................................................................................ 3-7-13
Main PCB 9/44 ............................................................................................ 3-7-14
Main PCB 10/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-15
Main PCB 11/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-16
Main PCB 12/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-17
Main PCB 13/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-18
Main PCB 14/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-19
Main PCB 15/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-20
Main PCB 16/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-21
Main PCB 17/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-22
Main PCB 18/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-23
Main PCB 19/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-24
Main PCB 20/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-25
Main PCB 21/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-26
Main PCB 22/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-27
Main PCB 23/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-28
Main PCB 24/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-29
Main PCB 25/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-30
Main PCB 26/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-31
Main PCB 27/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-32
Main PCB 28/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-33
Main PCB 29/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-34
Main PCB 30/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-35
Main PCB 31/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-36
Main PCB 32/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-37
Main PCB 33/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-38
Main PCB 34/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-39
Main PCB 35/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-40
Main PCB 36/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-41
Main PCB 37/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-42
Main PCB 38/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-43
Main PCB 39/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-44
1-1-34
340
Main PCB 40/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-45
Main PCB 41/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-46
Main PCB 42/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-47
Main PCB 43/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-48
Main PCB 44/44 .......................................................................................... 3-7-49
ISU PCB 1/10 .............................................................................................. 3-7-50
ISU PCB 2/10 .............................................................................................. 3-7-51
ISU PCB 3/10 .............................................................................................. 3-7-52
ISU PCB 4/10 .............................................................................................. 3-7-53
ISU PCB 5/10 .............................................................................................. 3-7-54
ISU PCB 6/10 .............................................................................................. 3-7-55
ISU PCB 7/10 .............................................................................................. 3-7-56
ISU PCB 8/10 .............................................................................................. 3-7-57
ISU PCB 9/10 .............................................................................................. 3-7-58
ISU PCB 10/10 ............................................................................................ 3-7-59
Backup PCB ................................................................................................ 3-7-60
Servo motor control 1 PCB 1/3 ................................................................... 3-7-61
Servo motor control 1 PCB 2/3 ................................................................... 3-7-62
Servo motor control 1 PCB 3/3 ................................................................... 3-7-63
Output PCB ................................................................................................. 3-7-64
LPH power supply PCB............................................................................... 3-7-65
Servo motor control 2 PCB ......................................................................... 3-7-66
Operation unit PCB ..................................................................................... 3-7-67
Power source PCB 1/2 ................................................................................ 3-7-68
Power source PCB 2/2 ................................................................................ 3-7-69
Detachable unit wiring diagram................................................................... 3-7-70
General connection diagram ....................................................................... 3-7-71
General wiring diagram ............................................................................... 3-7-72
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E A
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3-7-1
340
Timing chart No. 1 From the main switch being turned on to copier stabilization
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DB REM CN4-3B
FDM CN7-6
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CSOL 2 CN6-4
FL CN6-18
SC REM CN4-2B
MC REM CN6-17
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PCFM
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CN4-6A
CN6-3
LPHFM1
LPHFM2
CN6-1
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200 ms
1 s
1 s
3.534 s
*1
TETTH 15C/59F: 145C/293F
15C/59F < TETTH < 30C/86F: 165C/329F
30C/86F TETTH: 165C/329F

*2
TETTH 15C/59F: 165C/329F
15C/59F < TETTH < 30C/86F: 155C/311F
30C/86F TETTH: 155C/311F

100 ms
300 ms
100 ms
300 ms
200 ms
10 min
3.543 s 2
1 s 1 s 1 s 1 s
TETTH: external temperature thermistor temperature
A
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A
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A
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E E E
E
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E E E
E
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Timing chart No. 2 Bypass paper feed, with the paper inserted before the original
ESW CN3-16
OLDSW CN3-12
OTDSW CN3-13
BYPRSW CN3-14
BYPTIMSW CN3-34
PCSW CN3-15
DB CHG(+) CN4-4B
DB REM CN4-3B
FDM CN7-6
CSOL 1 CN6-5
CSOL 2 CN6-4
TC REM CN4-1B
SC REM CN4-2B
OFM CN3-23 25
OFCL CN4-7A
FL CN6-18
FFM-R CN4-5A
FFM-L CN4-5B
PCFM CN4-6A
CFFM CN6-3
LPHFM1 CN6-1
LPHFM2 CN6-2
MC REM CN6-17
BPRCL CN6-14
SSOL CN6-6
CCL CN6-8
PFM CN3-29
OSYNC signal
PSYNC signal
DM CN7-2
DRM CN7-1
PCHL REM CN4-12A
RTL REM CN4-12B
1 s
100 ms
1 s
1 s
100 ms
300 ms
300 ms
1704 ms
540 ms
3.534 s
1.75 s
640 ms
1 s
Half speed
Half speed
Stop
Half speed
Half speed
Full speed
Full speed
Full speed
Stop
944 ms
200 ms
450 ms
600 ms
1325 ms
3.543 s 2
1680 ms
4.6 s
78P*
100 ms
300 ms 200 ms
1 s 1 s 1 s 1 s
10 min
5.2 s
450 ms
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Timing chart No. 3 Bypass paper feed, with the original inserted before the paper
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Half speed
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Full speed
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Half speed
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944 ms
200 ms
450 ms
600 ms
1325 ms
3.543 s 2
1680 ms
4.6 s
78P*
100 ms
300 ms 200 ms
1 s 1 s 1 s 1 s
10 min
5.2 s
450 ms
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* Varies depending on the setting in simulation 56.
ESW CN3-16
OLDSW CN3-12
OTDSW CN3-13
BYPRSW CN3-14
BYPTIMSW CN3-34
PCSW CN3-15
DB CHG(+) CN4-4B
DB REM CN4-3B
FDM CN7-6
CSOL 1 CN6-5
CSOL 2 CN6-4
TC REM CN4-1B
SC REM CN4-2B
OFM CN3-23 25
OFCL CN4-7A
FL CN6-18
FFM-R CN4-5A
FFM-L CN4-5B
PCFM CN4-6A
CFM CN6-3
LPHFM1 CN6-1
LPHFM2 CN6-2
MC REM CN6-17
BPRCL CN6-14
SSOL CN6-6
CCL CN6-8
PFM CN3-29
OSYNC signal
PSYNC signal
DM CN7-2
DRM CN7-1
PCHL REM CN4-12A
RTL REM CN4-12B
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p
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640 ms
1.75 s 750 ms
3.534 s
200 ms
1 s
1 s
100 ms 300 ms
100 ms 750 ms
A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
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Timing chart No. 4 Roll unit paper feed, single copy
1 s
1 s
1 s
100 ms
100 ms
300 ms
200 ms
640
ms
3.534 s
100 ms
200 ms
300 ms
10 min
1 s 1 s 1 s 1 s
1680 ms
5.2 s
1704 ms
574 ms*
2 200 ms
4.6 s
3.534 s 2
450 ms
600 ms
944 ms 78 P*
1
1325 ms

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OLDSW
OTDSW
PCSW
RSW
DB CHG(+)
DB REM
FDM
CSOL 1
CSOL 2
TC REM
SC REM
PFM
FCL-U
FCL-M
RPCCL
RCL
DM
DRM
PCHL REM
RTL REM
MC REM
SSOL
CCL
OSYNC signal
PSYNC signal
OFM
OFCL
FL
FFM-R
FFM-L
PCFM
CFM
LPHFM1
LPHFM2
CN3-16
CN3-12
CN3-13
CN3-15
CN3-11
CN4-4B
CN4-3B
CN7-6
CN6-5
CN6-4
CN4-1B
CN4-2B
CN3-29
CN4-8A
CN6-10
CN6-9
CN6-7
CN7-6
CN7-1
CN4-12A
CN4-12B
CN6-17
CN6-6
CN6-8
CN6-18
CN3-23 25
CN4-7A
CN4-5A
CN4-5B
CN6-4A
CN6-3A
CN6-1
CN6-2

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Half speed
Half speed
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Full speed
Full speed
Half speed
*1 Varies depending on the setting in simulation 56.
*2 Varies depending on the setting in simulation 57.
A
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A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
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Timing chart No. 5 Roll unit paper feed, continuous two copies
1 s
1704 ms
574 ms*
2
944 ms
450 ms
500 ms
48 ms
1325 ms
600 ms
78 P*
1
4.6 s
200 ms
3.534 s 2
1680 ms
5.25 s
1 s 1 s 1 s 1 s
10 min
200 ms
300 ms
100 ms
200 ms
500 ms
1 s
1 s
1 s
100 ms
300 ms
1704 ms 1680 ms
200 ms
100 ms
574 ms*
2
3.534 s
944 ms
450 ms
640 ms
78 P*
1
200 ms
600 ms

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OLDSW
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PCSW
RSW
DB CHG(+)
DB REM
FDM
CSOL 1
CSOL 2
TC REM
SC REM
PFM
FCL-U
FCL-M
RPCCL
RCL
DM
DRM
PCHL REM
RTL REM
MC REM
SSOL
CCL
OSYNC signal
PSYNC signal
OFM
OFCL
FL
FFM-R
FFM-L
PCFM
CFM
LPHFM1
LPHFM2
CN3-16
CN3-12
CN3-13
CN3-15
CN3-11
CN4-4B
CN4-3B
CN7-6
CN6-5
CN6-4
CN4-1B
CN4-2B
CN3-29
CN4-8A
CN6-10
CN6-9
CN6-7
CN7-6
CN7-1
CN4-12A
CN4-12B
CN6-17
CN6-6
CN6-8
CN6-18
CN3-23 25
CN4-7A
CN4-5A
CN4-5B
CN6-4A
CN6-3A
CN6-1
CN6-2
Stop
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*2 Varies depending on the setting in simulation 57. Shading correction start
(+)
()
Half speed
Half speed
Full speed
Full speed
Full speed
Stop
Half speed
Half speed
Stop

A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PointSource Ai3030/Vi300
(MCA/MCE) S/M
3-7-10
185
IPU PCB
1
/20
+SVD0
-SVD0
-SVD1
+SVD1
-SVD2
+SVD2
-SVD3
+SVD3
-SVD4
+SVD4
-SVD5
+SVD5
-SVD6
+SVD6
-SVD7
+SVD7
iISUD(7:0)
S001 IPCK6 (013B10) (014B10) (020F11)
S002 IPCK5 (008J04) (009B02) (020F11)
S003 IPCK4 (005G16) (006E02) (007J01)
(020E11)
S004 IPCK3 (003E02) (004C02) (020E11)
S005 FG1 (001D10) (001H10) (001I01)
FG1
(001K09)
(002C01)
CON26A
CON6 26
CON26A
CON6 13
CON26A
CON6 25
CON26A
CON6 12
CON26A
CON6 24
CON26A
CON6 11
CON26A
CON6 23
CON26A
CON6 10
CON26A
CON6 22
CON26A
CON6 9
CON26A
CON6 21
CON26A
CON6 8
CON26A
CON6 20
CON26A
CON6 7
CON26A
CON6 19
CON26A
CON6 6
CON26A
CON6 18
CON26A
CON6 NF10
C24 NF27
VPL5
NF28
VPL5
GPL5
GPL5
GPL5
IC3
GPL5
16
3 2 OUT A
OUT B
OUT C
OUT D
END
VCC
1
14
15
6
7
10
9
4
8
13
5
11
12
GND
EN
IND8
IND1
INC0
INC1
INB0
INB1
INA0
INA1
GPL5
GPL5
RA4
IC4
GPL5
16
3 2 OUT A
OUT B
OUT C
OUT D
END
VCC
1
14
15
6
7
10
9
4
8
13
5
11
12
GND
EN
IND8
IND1
INC0
INC1
INB0
INB1
INA0
INA1
C23
R31
C22
C21
R29
R56
R54
R55
R53
R49
R47
R48 5
4
0
1
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7
6
1
0
3
2
R46
NF9
NF12
NF11
NF13
NF14
NF15
NF16
NF18
NF17
NF20
NF19
NF21
NF22
NF23
NF24
R
2
8
R
4
5
R
5
0
R
5
1
R
3
0
R
5
2
R
5
7
R
5
8
5
+SPGT
CON26A
CON6 NF6
C26
NF25
NF26
TP4
TP5
VPL5
GPL5
GPL5
C25
R32
R
4
1
NF5
NF7
NF8 R
4
0
3
-SPGT
CON26A
CON6 16
+ADCK
CON26A
CON6 4
-ADCK
CON26A
CON6 17
FG1
(001K09)
FG1
FG1
X1
(001K09)
GPL5
IC2
GPL5
GPL5
GPL5
16
3 2 OUT A
OUT B
OUT C
OUT D
END
VCC
1
14
15
6
7
10
9
4
8
13
5
11
12
GND
IC1
5 _DO
C27
6 DO
7 _RI
8
4
3
2
1 RI
GND
DI
RD
VCC
EN
IND8
IND1
INC0
INC1
INB0
INB1
INA0
INA1
i ADCK (002D01)
TP3
i OVSYNC
(006B02)
TP11
NF79
NF78
NF92
NF93
NF95
NF96
NF97
NF82
i PCK1
(002F01)(020E11)
i PCK2
(002J01)(020E11)
i PCK3
S004
i PCK5
S002
i PCK6
S001
_i PCK7
(017H15)(020F11)
_i PCK8
(013B10)
i PCK4
S003
_i OHSYNC
(006E15)
i SPGT (002D01)
VPL5
VPL5
NF1
R
3
3
+OVSYNC
CON26A
CON6 1
NF2
R
3
2
R
3
1
-OVSYNC
CON26A
CON6 14
NF3
+OHSYNC
CON26A
CON6 2
NF4
-OHSYNC
CON26A
CON6 15
GPL5
GPL5 GPL5 GPL5 GPL5 GPL5
1 NC
GND
VCC
48MHz
OUT 4
8
C34
C29
C28
NF98
NF81
NF80
C35
5
GPL5 GMI5
VPL5 VPL5 VPL5
IC18
12
13
10
11
14
3
4
5
VCC1
VCC2
_PRE
>CP
_CLR
GND1
GND2
GND3
O1
O2
O3
O4
O5
O6
_O7
_O8
15
16
1
2
6
7
8
9
R
1
7
R
1
4
R
6
5
R
4
2
A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
185
3-7-11
PointSource Ai3030/Vi300
(MCA/MCE) S/M
IPU PCB
2
/20
GPL5
IC16
GPL5
GPL5
C31
C32
VPL5
NF76
R59
GPL5
C50
C51
VPL5
NF90
R72
GPL5
C66
C67
VPL5
NF102
R83
GPL5
C78
C79
VPL5
NF107
R92
GPL5
C121
C122
VPL5
NF128
R117
GPL5
C103
C104
VPL5
NF119
R113
GPL5
C93
C94
VPL5
NF113
R109
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
24
23
22
21
16
15
14
13
DI0
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DI6
DI7
WE0
WCK
RSTW0
GND
DO0
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
RE0
RCK
RSTR0
VCC
1
2
3
4
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
iSPGT
(001C16)
iADCK
(001C16)
iISUD(7:0)
(001G08)
iMREOUTA
(003G15)
iIDOUTA(7:0)
(003H15)
RA34
2

9
0

7
GPL5
TP18
S001 IID12 (003F15) (005B01) (008J04)
iPCK2
(001H15)
(001H15)
(007J08)
(001H15)
(007J08)
(001H15)
(007J08)
iPCK1
(001H15)
iMREB1
(007J08)
20
17
19
7
5
8
6
18
GPL5
IC19
GPL5
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
24
23
22
21
16
15
14
13
DI0
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DI6
DI7
WE0
WCK
RSTW0
GND
DO0
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
RE0
RCK
RSTR0
VCC
1
2
3
4
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
20
17
19
7
5
8
6
18
GPL5
IC27
GPL5
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
24
23
22
21
16
15
14
13
DI0
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DI6
DI7
WE0
WCK
RSTW0
GND
DO0
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
RE0
RCK
RSTR0
VCC
1
2
3
4
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
20
17
19
7
5
8
6
18
GPL5
IC35
GPL5
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
24
23
22
21
16
15
14
13
DI0
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DI6
DI7
WE0
WCK
RSTW0
GND
DO0
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
RE0
RCK
RSTR0
VCC
1
2
3
4
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
20
17
19
7
5
8
6
18
GPL5
IC54
GPL5
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
24
23
22
21
16
15
14
13
DI0
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DI6
DI7
WE0
WCK
RSTW0
GND
DO0
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
RE0
RCK
RSTR0
VCC
1
2
3
4
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
20
17
19
7
5
8
6
18
GPL5
IC50
GPL5
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
24
23
22
21
16
15
14
13
DI0
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DI6
DI7
WE0
WCK
RSTW0
GND
DO0
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
RE0
RCK
RSTR0
VCC
1
2
3
4
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
20
17
19
7
5
8
6
18
GPL5
IC44
GPL5
RA97
RA98
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
24
23
22
21
16
15
14
13
DI0
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DI6
DI7
WE0
WCK
RSTW0
GND
DO0
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
RE0
RCK
RSTR0
VCC
1
2
3
4
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
20
17
19
7
5
8
6
18
RA112
RA113
RA129
RA130
RA77
RA78
RA58
RA59
RA38
RA39
RA18
RA19
iID10(7:0)
(003J15)
iID14(7:0)
(005B16)
iID15(7:0)
(005B16)
iID16(7:0)
(005C16)
iID11(7:0)
(003G15)
iID12(7:0)
S001
iID13(7:0)
(003D15) (005B16)
A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PointSource Ai3030/Vi300
(MCA/MCE) S/M
3-7-12
185
IPU PCB
3
/20
_iACPWRES
(004C02)
_iACPRRES
(004D02)
iACPRD1(7:0)
(004E12)
iACPWD1(7:0) ACPWD1_0(7:0) ACPWD0_0(7:0)
iACPRD0(7:0)
RA50
RA55
RA60
RA61
(004E02)
iACPWD2(7:0)
(004I02)
iACPRD2(7:0)
(004I12)
iPCK3
(001H15)
iOVST
(006E15)
iPVST
(006E15)
_iOHSYNC
(006E15)
iMREAD
(006D02)
iMREACP
(005F16)
iCHAR
(005E16)
iSCREEN
(005E16)
iACPD(7:0)
(006G02)
0
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
0
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
1

1
0

1
1

1
2

1
3

1
4

1
5

1
6

1
7

1
8

1
9

2
0

2
1

2
2

2
3

2
4

2
5

2
6

2
7

2
8

2
9

3
0

3
1

3
2

3
3

3
4

3
5

3
6

3
7

3
8

3
9

4
0

4
1

4
2

4
3

4
4

4
5

4
6

4
7

4
8

4
9

5
0

5
1

5
2
1
5
6

1
5
5

1
5
4

1
5
3

1
5
2

1
5
1

1
5
0

1
4
9

1
4
8

1
4
7

1
4
6

1
4
5

1
4
4

1
4
3

1
4
2

1
4
1

1
4
0

1
3
9

1
3
8

1
3
7

1
3
6

1
3
5

1
3
4

1
3
3

1
3
2

1
3
1

1
3
0

1
2
9

1
2
8

1
2
7

1
2
6

1
2
5

1
2
4

1
2
3

1
2
2

1
2
1

1
2
0

1
1
9

1
1
8

1
1
7

1
1
6

1
1
5

1
1
4

1
1
3

1
1
2

1
1
1

1
1
0

1
0
9

1
0
8

1
0
7

1
0
6

1
0
5

VDD13
FF2DW0
FF2DW1
FF2DW2
FF2DW3
GND30
FF2DW4
FF2DW5
FF2DW6
FF2DW7
GND31
TEST14
TEST15
VDD14
FF2DR0
FF2DR1
FF2DR2
FF2DR3
GND32
FF2DR4
FF2DR5
FF2DR6
FF2DR7
GND33
PCK
GND34
VDD15
TEST16
TEST17
OVST
PVST
OHSYNC_
TEST18
TEST19
GND35
AOUT0
AOUT1
AOUT2
AOUT3
GND36
VDD16
AOUT4
AOUT5
AOUT6
AOUT7
GND37
VDD17
MREA0
MREACP
CHAR
SCREEN
VDD18
G
N
D
1

G
N
D
2

R
E
S
E
T
_

G
N
D
3

A
0

A
1

A
2

A
3

A
4

A
C
P
C
S
_

ID
W
R
_

ID
R
D
_

V
D
D
1

G
N
D
4

D
0

D
1

G
N
D
5

D
2

D
3

V
D
D
2

D
4

D
5

G
N
D
6

D
6

D
7

G
N
D
7

V
D
D
3

R
E
G
IN
0

R
E
G
IN
1

R
E
G
IN
2

R
E
G
IN
3

G
N
D
8

R
E
G
IN
4

R
E
G
IN
5

R
E
G
IN
6

R
E
G
IN
7

V
D
D
4

T
E
S
T
0

T
E
S
T
1

T
E
S
T
2

T
E
S
T
3

ID
E
X
T
0

ID
E
X
T
1

ID
E
X
T
2

ID
E
X
T
3

G
N
D
9

ID
E
X
T
4

ID
E
X
T
5

ID
E
X
T
6

ID
E
X
T
7

G
N
D
1
0

G
N
D
1
1

104
103
102
101
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
VDD9
IDIND7
IDIND6
IDIND5
IDIND4
GND18
IDIND3
IDIND2
IDIND1
IDIND0
VDD8
TEST9
TEST8
MRE
GND17
IDINC7
IDINC6
IDINC5
IDINC4
GND16
IDINC3
IDINC2
IDINC1
IDINC0
TEST7
GND15
VDD7
TEST6
IDINB7
IDINB6
IDINB5
IDINB4
GND14
IDINB3
IDINB2
IDINB1
IDINB0
VDD6
WRS_
TEST5
TEST4
GND13
IDOUTA7
IDOUTA6
IDOUTA5
IDOUTA4
GND12
IDOUTA3
IDOUTA2
IDOUTA1
IDOUTA0
VDD5
G
N
D
2
9

G
N
D
2
8

F
F
1
D
R
7

F
F
1
D
R
6

F
F
1
D
R
5

F
F
1
D
R
4

G
N
D
2
7

F
F
1
D
R
3

F
F
1
D
R
2

F
F
1
D
R
1

F
F
1
D
R
0

V
D
D
1
2

T
E
S
T
1
3

T
E
S
T
1
2

G
N
D
2
6

F
F
1
D
W
7

F
F
1
D
W
6

F
F
1
D
W
5

F
F
1
D
W
4

G
N
D
2
5

F
F
1
D
W
3

F
F
1
D
W
2

F
F
1
D
W
1

F
F
1
D
W
0

F
F
R
R
S
_

G
N
D
2
4

V
D
D
1
1

F
F
W
R
S
_

F
F
O
D
R
7

F
F
O
D
R
6

F
F
O
D
R
5

F
F
O
D
R
4

G
N
D
2
3

F
F
O
D
R
3

F
F
O
D
R
2

F
F
O
D
R
1

F
F
O
D
R
0

V
D
D
1
0

T
E
S
T
1
1

T
E
S
T
1
0

G
N
D
2
2

F
F
O
D
W
7

F
F
O
D
W
6

F
F
O
D
W
5

F
F
O
D
W
4

G
N
D
2
1

F
F
O
D
W
3

F
F
O
D
W
2

F
F
O
D
W
1

F
F
O
D
W
0

G
N
D
2
0

G
N
D
1
9

4
5
6
7
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
4
5
6
7
RA62
IC21
RA63
RA68
GPL5
GPL5
R78
C57
GPL5 GPL5 GPL5 GPL5
VPL5
NF83
C45 C44 C65 C68
NF84 NF103 NF104
TP27
TP54
TP55
TP56
RA64
0
1
2
3
0

7
1
2

9
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
1
2
4
3
_iRESET
(017J15)
iA(23:0)
(018J14)
_iCS0
(006I15)
_iWR
(017G15)
_iRD
(017F15)
iDBASIC(7:0)
(018C14)
0

4
0

12

34

56

7
(004B12)
iACPWD0(7:0)
(004B02)
iID13(7:0)
(002C15)
iID12(7:0)
(002B15)
iID11(7:0)
(002B15)
iIDOUTA(7:0)
(002B01)
iEXPD8(7:0)
(009H14)
iID10(7:0)
(002B15)
iMREOUTA
(002B01)
iMREB2
(007K08)
7

43

0
7

43

07

43

0
7

43

0
7
6
5
4
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
5
6
7
8
4
3
2
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
5
6
7
8
4
3
2
1
3
2
1
0
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
7
6
5
4
1
2
3
4
0

34

7
0

34

7
8
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
RA42
RA35
RA20
RA21
A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
185
3-7-13
PointSource Ai3030/Vi300
(MCA/MCE) S/M
IPU PCB
4
/20
iACPWD0(7:0)
(003B15)
iACPWD1(7:0)
(003B02)
iACPWD2(7:0)
(003C02)
iPCK3
(001H15)
_iACPWRES
(003A02)
iACPRRES
(003A02)
TP31
TP32
iACPRD2(7:0)
(003D02)
iACPRD1(7:0)
(003B02)
iACPRD0(7:0)
(003B15)
GPL5
NF91
IC20
GPL5
RA54
RA40
RA41
VPL5
C49
C48 R71
GPL5 GPL5
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
2

9
0

7
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
24
23
22
21
16
15
14
13
20
17
19
7
1
2
3
4
9
10
11
12
5
8
6
18
GPL5
NF108
IC36
GPL5
RA90
RA79
RA80
VPL5
C77
C76 R91
GPL5 GPL5
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
2

9
0

7
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
24
23
22
21
16
15
14
13
20
17
19
7
1
2
3
4
9
10
11
12
5
8
6
18
GPL5
NF109
IC37
GPL5
RA91
RA81
RA82
VPL5
C75
C74 R90
GPL5 GPL5
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
2

9
1
1
1
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
24
23
22
21
16
15
14
13
20
17
19
7
DI0
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DI6
DI7
WE0
WCK
RSTW0
GND
DO0
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
RE0
RCK
RSTR0
VCC
DI0
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DI6
DI7
WE0
WCK
RSTW0
GND
DO0
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
RE0
RCK
RSTR0
VCC
DI0
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DI6
DI7
WE0
WCK
RSTW0
GND
DO0
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
RE0
RCK
RSTR0
VCC
1
2
3
4
9
10
11
12
5
8
6
18
A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PointSource Ai3030/Vi300
(MCA/MCE) S/M
3-7-14
185
IPU PCB
5
/20
iID12(7:0)
(002B15)
iID13(7:0)
(002C15)
iID14(7:0)
(002F15)
iID15(7:0)
(002F15)
iID16(7:0)
(002G15)
iCHAR
(003H02)
iSCREEN
(003H02)
iMREACP
(003H02)
iPCK4
(001H15)
iPVST
(006E15)
iOVST
(006E15)
_iOHSYNC
(006E15)
iMREB2
(007K08)
iPHTCHR2
(006E02)
iMRED2
(006D02)
iID2(7:0) ID2_0(7:0)
(006F02)
GPL5
RA92
R108
TP65
RA99
RA101
TP64
iA(23:0)
(018J14)
iDBASIC(7:0)
(018C14)
_iCS1
(006I15)
_iWR
(017G15)
_iRD
(017F15)
_iRESET
(017J15)
VCC3
NF114 NF129 NF130 NF115
C102
C99 C120 C119 C92
R112
GPL5 GPL5 GPL5 GPL5 GPL5
GPL5
GPL5
VPL5
NF110
GPL5
R99
C83
C82
IC38 IC51
4
5
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208

1
0

1
1

1
2

1
3

1
4

1
5

1
6

1
7

1
8

1
9

2
0

2
1

2
2

2
3

2
4

2
5

2
6

2
7

2
8

2
9

3
0

3
1

3
2

3
3

3
4

3
5

3
6

3
7

3
8

3
9

4
0

4
1

4
2

4
3

4
4

4
5

4
6

4
7

4
8

4
9

5
0

5
1

5
2
1
5
6

1
5
5

1
5
4

1
5
3

1
5
2

1
5
1

1
5
0

1
4
9

1
4
8

1
4
7

1
4
6

1
4
5

1
4
4

1
4
3

1
4
2

1
4
1

1
4
0

1
3
9

1
3
8

1
3
7

1
3
6

1
3
5

1
3
4

1
3
3

1
3
2

1
3
1

1
3
0

1
2
9

1
2
8

1
2
7

1
2
6

1
2
5

1
2
4

1
2
3

1
2
2

1
2
1

1
2
0

1
1
9

1
1
8

1
1
7

1
1
6

1
1
5

1
1
4

1
1
3

1
1
2

1
1
1

1
1
0

1
0
9

1
0
8

1
0
7

1
0
6

1
0
5
G
N
D
5
4

G
N
D
5
3

G
N
D
5
2

R
E
G
IN
3

R
E
G
IN
2

V
D
D
2
0

R
E
G
IN
1

R
E
G
IN
0

G
N
D
5
1

W
C
L
K

G
N
D
5
0

W
R
S
_

V
D
D
1
9

G
N
D
4
9

ID
O
U
T
A
7

G
N
D
4
8

ID
O
U
T
A
6

G
N
D
4
7

ID
O
U
T
A
5

G
N
D
4
6

ID
O
U
T
A
4

G
N
D
4
5

ID
O
U
T
A
3

G
N
D
4
4

ID
O
U
T
A
2

G
N
D
4
3

V
D
D
1
8

ID
O
U
T
A
1

G
N
D
4
2

ID
O
U
T
A
0

V
D
D
1
7

V
D
D
1
6

ID
IN
B
7

ID
IN
B
6

G
N
D
4
1

ID
IN
B
5

ID
IN
B
4

G
N
D
4
0

ID
IN
B
3

ID
IN
B
2

G
N
D
3
9

ID
IN
B
1

ID
IN
B
0

V
D
D
1
5

G
N
D
3
8

ID
IN
C
7

ID
IN
C
6

G
N
D
3
7

ID
IN
C
5

ID
IN
C
4

G
N
D
3
6

G
N
D
3
5
G
N
D
1

G
N
D
2

A
0

A
1

V
D
D
1

A
2

A
3

V
D
D
2

A
4

A
5

G
N
D
3

A
6

G
N
D
4

D
0

D
1

G
N
D
5

D
2

D
3

G
N
D
6

D
4

D
5

G
N
D
7

D
6

D
7

G
N
D
8

G
N
D
9

V
D
D
3

F
IL
C
S
_

G
N
D
1
0

IO
W
R
_

V
D
D
4

IO
R
D
_

G
N
D
1
1

R
E
S
E
T
_

G
N
D
1
2

F
O
U
T
0

G
N
D
1
3

F
O
U
T
1

G
N
D
1
4

F
O
U
T
2

G
N
D
1
5

F
O
U
T
3

G
N
D
1
6

F
O
U
T
4

G
N
D
1
7

F
O
U
T
5

G
N
D
1
8

F
O
U
T
6

G
N
D
1
9

F
O
U
T
7

G
N
D
2
0

G
N
D
2
1
0

12

34

56
0

12

34

56

7
0

7
VDD21
REGIN4
REGIN5
GND55
VDD22
REGIN6
REGIN7
GND56
VDD23
IDEXT0
IDEXT1
GND57
IDEXT2
IDEXT3
GND58
IDEXT4
IDEXT5
GND59
IDEXT6
IDEXT7
GND60
GND61
GND62
GND63
GND64
GND65
VDD24
VDD25
VDD26
VDD27
VDD28
VDD29
VDD30
VDD31
VDD32
VDD33
VDD34
VDD35
VDD36
VDD37
GND66
GND67
GND68
GND69
GND70
GND71
GND72
GND73
GND74
GND75
GND76
VDD38

6
7
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
2

9
1
0

7
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
9
10
11
12
5
8
6
18
DO0
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
RE0
RCK
RSTR0
VCC
DI0
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DI6
DI7
WE0
WCK
RSTW0
GND
24
23
22
21
16
15
14
13
20
17
19
7
104
103
102
101
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
VDD14
IDINC3
IDINC2
GND34
IDINC1
IDINC0
VDD13
GND33
IDINO7
IDINO6
GND32
IDINO5
IDINO4
VDD12
IDIN3
IDIN2
GND31
IDINO1
IDINO0
GND30
IDINE7
IDINE6
VDD11
IDINE5
IDINE4
GND29
VDD10
VDD9
IDINE3
IDINE2
GND28
IDINE1
IDINE0
VDD8
ARE A IN1
ARE A IN0
GND27
PCK
GND26
PVST
GND25
OVST
VDD7
OHSYNC_
GND24
MRE
VDD6
GND23
MSSIG
GND22
MREF0
VDD5

21

0
7

65

4
7

65

4
3

21

0
3
2
1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
185
3-7-15
PointSource Ai3030/Vi300
(MCA/MCE) S/M
IPU PCB
6
/20
_iRDZM1
(007I01)
iAZM2_0(13:0)
(007C09)
iDZM2_0(8:0)
(007B09)
iOVSYNC
(001F16)
iPVSYNC
(012G12)
_iHSORG
(011B15)
iMRED2
(005H16)
iMREAD
(003H02)
iPHTCHR2
(005H16)
iPCK4
(001H15)
iID2(7:0)
(005J16)
iACPD(7:0)
(003F02)
_iRESET
(017J15)
_iWRZM1
(007I01)
_iWRZM2
(007I09)
_iRDZM2
(007I09)
iA(23:0)
(018J14)
iDBASIC(7:0)
(018C14)
_iRD
(017F15)
_iWR
(017G15)
_iE_CPU
S001 _IOHSYNC (001F16) (003F02) (005H16)
(008J04) (013C10)
S002 IOVST (003F02) (005H16) (008K04)
(008F15) (013D10)
S003 IPVST (003F02) (005G16) (008K04)
(010D01) (011C02) (013C10)
(017E15)
GPL5
VPL5
C47
R70
NF85
C43 C64 C63 C42
NF105 NF106
NF86
GPL5 GPL5 GPL5 GPL5
VPL5
R76
JPS13
JSW1
R77
NONE
iDZM1_0(8:0)
(007B02)
iAZM1_0(13:0)
(007C01)
iMRE
(007J01)
_iPHSYNC
(013C10)
_iOVCUT
(008F15)
_iOHCUT
(008E15)
iPPHW
(008K04)
iPPVW
(008K04)
_iOHSTHIN
(008G04)
iMREREF
(013C10)
iPHTCHR3
(008J04)
iMRED3
(008G04) (009J02)
iID3(7:0) ID3_0(7:0)
(008I04)
_iBENMEM
(018C02)
_iBENASIC
(016C02) (018B02)
_iCS7
(016F02)
_iCS5
(011C15)
_iCS4
(010K05)
_iCS3
(008H15)
_iCS1
(005K05)
_iCS0
(003K05)
_iCSROM0
(019B01)
_iCSRAM1
(019B01)
_iCSRAM0
(019B01)
_iOHSYNC
S001
iPVST
S003
iOVST
S002
R86 TP43
TP14
TP15
TP16
TP17
TP23
TP24
TP25
TP28
TP33
TP34
TP35
TP41
TP42
TP66
TP67
TP40
TP39
TP38
TP37
RA65
RA67
RA66
RA43
RA51
RA56
RA57
GLP5
RA36
RA37
TP19
TP20
TP21
TP22
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208

1
5
6

1
5
5

1
5
4

1
5
3

1
5
2

1
5
1

1
5
0

1
4
9

1
4
8

1
4
7

1
4
6

1
4
5

1
4
4

1
4
3

1
4
2

1
4
1

1
4
0

1
3
9

1
3
8

1
3
7

1
3
6

1
3
5

1
3
4

1
3
3

1
3
2

1
3
1

1
3
0

1
2
9

1
2
8

1
2
7

1
2
6

1
2
5

1
2
4

1
2
3

1
2
2

1
2
1

1
2
0

1
1
9

1
1
8

1
1
7

1
1
6

1
1
5

1
1
4

1
1
3

1
1
2

1
1
1

1
1
0

1
0
9

1
0
8

1
0
7

1
0
6

1
0
5
104
103
102
101
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
1

1
0

1
1

1
2

1
3

1
4

1
5

1
6

1
7

1
8

1
9

2
0

2
1

2
2

2
3

2
4

2
5

2
6

2
7

2
8

2
9

3
0

3
1

3
2

3
3

3
4

3
5

3
6

3
7

3
8

3
9

4
0

4
1

4
2

4
3

4
4

4
5

4
6

4
7

4
8

4
9

5
0

5
1

5
2
G
N
D
1

G
N
D
2

A
0

A
1

A
2

A
3

A
4

A
5

A
6

A
7

V
D
D
1

A
1
5

A
1
6

A
1
7

A
1
8

A
1
9

A
2
2

A
2
3

V
D
D
2

Z
M
C
C
S
_

IO
R
D
_

IO
W
R
_

E
_

E
X
M
S
E
T
_

C
S
C
P
D
_

G
N
D
3

V
D
D
3

D
0

D
1

G
N
D
4

D
2

D
3

G
N
D
5

D
4

D
5

G
N
D
6

D
6

D
7

G
N
D
7

V
D
D
4

C
S
R
A
M
0
_

C
S
R
A
M
1
_

C
S
R
O
M
0
_

C
S
R
O
M
1
_

G
N
D
8

C
S
0
_

C
S
1
_

V
D
D
5

C
S
2
_

C
S
3
_

G
N
D
9

G
N
D
1
0

VDD18
SDATA20
SDATA21
GND35
SDATA22
SDATA23
GND36
SDATA24
SDATA25
GND37
SDATA26
SDATA27
GND38
SDATA28
VDD19
OVSYNC
PVSYNC
HSCRG_
MREZMC
GND39
GND40
GND41
MSSIG
GND42
PCK
GND43
VDD20
REGIN0
REGIN1
REGIN2
REGIN3
VDD21
REGIN4
REGIN5
REGIN6
REGIN7
GND44
IDEXT0
IDEXT1
IDEXT2
IDEXT3
VDD22
IDEXT4
IDEXT5
IDEXT6
IDEXT7
VDD23
GND45
GND46
RESET_
GND47
VDD24

G
N
D
3
4

G
N
D
3
3

W
R
2
_

O
E
2
_

G
N
D
3
2

S
A
D
R
2
1
3

S
A
D
R
2
1
2

V
D
D
1
7

S
A
D
R
2
1
1

S
A
D
R
2
1
0

S
A
D
R
2
9

G
N
D
3
1

S
A
D
R
2
8

S
A
D
R
2
7

S
A
D
R
2
6

G
N
D
3
0

S
A
D
R
2
5

S
A
D
R
2
4

S
A
D
R
2
3

G
N
D
2
9

S
A
D
R
2
2

S
A
D
R
2
1

S
A
D
R
2
0

W
R
1
_

V
D
D
1
6

G
N
D
2
8

V
D
D
1
5

O
E
1
_

S
D
A
T
A
1
8

S
D
A
T
A
1
7

G
N
D
2
7

S
D
A
T
A
1
6

S
D
A
T
A
1
5

S
D
A
T
A
1
4

V
D
D
1
4

S
D
A
T
A
1
3

S
D
A
T
A
1
2

S
D
A
T
A
1
1

G
N
D
2
6

S
D
A
T
A
1
0

S
A
D
R
1
1
3

S
A
D
R
1
1
2

G
N
D
2
5

S
A
D
R
1
1
1

S
A
D
R
1
1
0

S
A
D
R
1
9

V
D
D
1
3

S
A
D
R
1
8

S
A
D
R
1
7

S
A
D
R
1
6

G
N
D
2
4

G
N
D
2
3
VDD12
SADR15
SADR14
SADR13
GND22
SADR12
SADR11
SADR10
GND21
PHSYNC_
CVCUT_
VDD11
GND20
OHCUT_
PPHW
PPVW
GND19
OHSTHIN_
MRE
OHSYNC_
VDD10
GND18
PVST
OVST
MREREF
GND17
VDD9
CHPOT
MREZO
GND16
ZOUT7
ZOUT6
GND15
ZOUT5
ZOUT4
VDD8
GND14
ZOUT3
ZOUT2
GND13
ZOUT1
ZOUT0
GND12
BENMEM_
BENASIC_
VDD7
CS7_
CS6_
GND11
CS5_
CS4_
VDD6

0
1
1
2

3
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0

71
5

1
6

1
7

1
8

1
9

2
2

2
3
0

12

34

56

7
1
3

1
2
1
1

1
0

98

65

32

0
8

76

43

10
1
3

1
2
1
1

1
0

98

6
5
4
3
2
1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
2

9
0

7
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
5
6
7
8
4
3
2
1
IC22
1
A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PointSource Ai3030/Vi300
(MCA/MCE) S/M
3-7-16
185
IPU PCB
7
/20
iDZM1_0(8:0) DZM1(8:0)
(006B15)
iAZM1_0(13:0) AZM1(13:0)
(006B15)
_iRDZM1
(006A02)
_iWRZM1
(006A02)
iMRE
(006C15)
iPCK4
(001H15)
S001 IMREB2 (003E15) (005H16) (008J04)
(009I02)
iMREB2
S001
iMREB1
(002E01)
R44
RA28
RA30
RA31
RA32
RA33
RA29
RA8 RA15
GPL5
GPL5
IC8
RA27
IC27
IC27
VPL5
R85
TP44
R82
TP50
GPL5 GPL5
GPL5
IC7
GPL5
RA7
GPL5
VPL5
VPL5
VPL5
GPL5
NF32
NF31
R25
C16
C15
R24
C14
C13
GPL5
RA2
TP7
GPL5
GPL5
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
0

7
1
8
2

9 1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
13
12
4
3
1
2
13
12
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
IO1
IO2
IO3
IO4
IO5
IO6
IO7
IO8

VDD
GND

WE_
OE_
CE_
11
12
13
15
16
17
18
19
28
14
27
22
20
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
25
24
21
23
2
26
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
IO1
IO2
IO3
IO4
IO5
IO6
IO7
IO8

VDD
GND

WE_
OE_
CE_
11
12
13
15
16
17
18
19
8
28
14
27
22
20
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
25
24
21
23
2
26
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
9

2
1
3

1
2

1
1

1
0

8
9

2
7

0
11
3
4
4
2
3
5
D

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_
C
L
R
_
P
R
E
Q
D

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_
C
L
K
_
P
R
E
Q
6
1
10
12
11
9
8
13
2
1
5
1

6
1
0
iDZM2_0(8:0) DZM2(8:0)
(006B02)
iAZM2_0(13:0) AZM2(13:0)
(006B02)
_iRDZM2
(006A02)
_iWRZM2
(006B02)
R62
RA12
RA23
RA24
RA25
RA26
RA13
RA14 RA6
GPL5
GPL5
IC6
RA22
GPL5 GPL5
GPL5
IC5
GPL5
RA5
GPL5
VPL5
VPL5
VPL5
GPL5
NF30
NF29
R27
C20
C19
R26
C18
C17
GPL5
RA1
TP6
GPL5
GPL5
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
0

7
1
8
2

9 1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
13
12
4
3
1
2
13
12
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
IO1
IO2
IO3
IO4
IO5
IO6
IO7
IO8

VDD
GND

WE_
OE_
CE_
11
12
13
15
16
17
18
19
28
14
27
22
20
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
25
24
21
23
2
26
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
IO1
IO2
IO3
IO4
IO5
IO6
IO7
IO8

VDD
GND

WE_
OE_
CE_
11
12
13
15
16
17
18
19
8
28
14
27
22
20
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
25
24
21
23
2
26
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
9

2
1
3

1
2

1
1

1
0

8
9

2
7

0
11
3
4
2
1
5
1

6
1
0
_Q
_Q
A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
185
3-7-17
PointSource Ai3030/Vi300
(MCA/MCE) S/M
IPU PCB
8
/20
iMRED3
ERIN(7:0)
EROUT(7:0)
(006F15)
_iOHSTHIN
(006D15)
iID3(7:0)
(006G15)
iID12(7:0)
(002B15)
iEXPD8(7:0)
(009H14)
iOVST
(006E15)
iPVST
(006E15)
iPPHW
(006D15)
iPPVW
(006D15)
iPHTCHR3
(006F15)
iPCK5
(001I15)
_iOHSYNC
(006E15)
_iMREB2
(007K08)
iDBASIC(7:0)
(018C14)
_iCS3
(006I15)
_iRD
(017F15)
_iWR
(017G15)
iA(23:0)
(018J14)
_iOVCUTL
(013D10)
_iOVST
(006E15)
_iOVCUT
(006D15)
LONGEN
(011H15)
_iOHCUT
(006D15)
_iRESET
(017J15)
iID4(7:0)
(009B02) (014D10)
iMRED4
(009B02) (014C10)
iID42
(013D10)
iMRED42
(013E10)
iPHTCHR4
(009E02)
IC52
VPL5
GPL5
GPL5 GPL5
GPL5
RA103
RA114
RA121
TP74
TP92
TP91
RA102
IC55
R116
RA125
RA126
C118
C117
NF124
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
24
23
22
21
16
15
14
13
20
17
19
7
DI0
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DI6
DI7
WE0
WCK
RSTW0
GND
DO0
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
RE0
RCK
RSTR0
VCC
1
2
3
4
9
10
11
12
5
8
6
18
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
7
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
0
1
2
3
0
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
0

7
1
2

9
GPL5
RA132
0

7
1
2

9
6

0
7

54

32

0
ID4_0(7:0)
5
6
7
8
4
3
2
1
RA124
TP90
TP89
TP88
TP87
GPL5
IC26
RA131
5
6
7
8
7
6
5
4
4
3
2
1
7
6
5
4
RA123
5
6
7
8
3
2
1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
7
6
1
1
1
2 5
4
6
3
2
5
4
3
2
1
0
4
3
2
1
3
2
1
0
RA122
R95
IC42
VPL5
0

7
2

9
TP60
VCC3
R111
GPL5 GPL5 GPL5 GPL5 GPL5
C101
C97 C107 C108 C98
NF121 NF132 NF131 NF120
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CLK<
_
C
L
R
_
P
R
E
_Q
0

7
0

7
0

7
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
GND11
GND10
RESET_
COCUT_
CLCUT_
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
NC2
NC1
VDD5
GND9
D7
D6
GND8
D5
D4
VDD4
GND7
D3
D2
GND6
D1
D0
GND5
VDD3
IOWR_
IORD_
HTCCS_
GND4
GND3
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
GND21
GND22
ERIN7
VDD11
GND23
RWRS1_
GND24
RCLK1
GND25
WCLK1
GND26
VDD12
EROUT0
EROUT1
EROUT2
GND27
EROUT3
EROUT4
GND28
EROUT5
EROUT6
EROUT7
GND29
VDD13
TEST1
TEST2
SMC
SCK
SIN
AMC
SOT
NC3
MREHLF
HSCHLF_
GND30
GND31
1

1
0

1
1

1
2

1
3

1
4

1
5

1
6

1
7

1
8

1
9

2
0

2
1

2
2

2
3

2
4

2
5

2
6

2
7

2
8

2
9

3
0

3
1

3
2

3
3

3
4

3
5

3
6
V
D
D
1
0

E
R
IN
6

E
R
IN
5

E
R
IN
4

E
R
IN
3

E
R
IN
2

E
R
IN
1

E
R
IN
0

T
M
C
2

T
M
C
1

V
D
D
9

G
N
D
2
0

P
A
G
E
O
U
T

G
N
D
1
9

C
H
P
O
T
O
U
T

G
N
D
1
8

M
R
E
N
IT
I
G
N
D
1
7

V
D
D
8

N
IT
IO
U
T

G
N
D
1
6

M
R
E
T
A
T
I
V
D
D
7

G
N
D
1
5

T
A
T
IO
U
T
7

T
A
T
IO
U
T
6

T
A
T
IO
U
T
5

G
N
D
1
4

T
A
T
IO
U
T
4

T
A
T
IO
U
T
3

G
N
D
1
3

T
A
T
IO
U
T
2

T
A
T
IO
U
T
1

T
A
T
IO
U
T
0

G
N
D
1
2

V
D
D
6
1
0
8

1
0
7

1
0
6

1
0
5

1
0
4

1
0
3

1
0
2

1
0
1

1
0
0

9
9

9
8

9
7

9
6

9
5

9
4

9
3

9
2

9
1

9
0

8
9

8
8

8
7

8
6

8
5

8
4

8
3

8
2

8
1

8
0

7
9

7
8

7
7

7
6

7
5

7
4

7
3
V
D
D
1

ID
IN
0

ID
IN
1

ID
IN
2

ID
IN
3

ID
IN
4

ID
IN
5

ID
IN
6

ID
IN
7

C
H
P
O
T
IN

G
N
D
1

P
C
K

G
N
D
2

H
S
Y
N
C
_

M
R
E
F
U
L
L

ID
A
B
C
0

ID
A
B
C
1

ID
A
B
C
2

ID
A
B
C
3

ID
A
B
C
4

ID
A
B
C
5

ID
A
B
C
6

ID
A
B
C
7

ID
E
X
T
0

ID
E
X
T
1

ID
E
X
T
2

ID
E
X
T
3

ID
E
X
T
4

ID
E
X
T
5

ID
E
X
T
6

ID
E
X
T
7

O
R
S
T
_

P
P
S
T
_

P
P
H
W

P
P
V
W

V
D
D
2
A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PointSource Ai3030/Vi300
(MCA/MCE) S/M
3-7-18
185
IPU PCB
9
/20
iID4(7:0)
(008C15)
iPCK5
(001I15)
iMRED4
(008C15)
iLSUOUT
(011B15)
iVCK
(011C15)
iIDEXP
(013C08)
iPHTCHR4
(008B15)
_iENFLGEXT
(010G01)
iCKEXP
(013D08)
iMREEXP
(013C08)
iIDEXP8(7:0)
(014D08)
iCKEXP8
(014F08)
iMREEXP8
(014C08)
_iENEXACP
(010I15)
_iENEXHTC
(010I15)
_iENEXVSE
(010J15)
iMREB2
(007K08)
iMRED3
(006F15)
S001 IEXPD8 (003J15) (008K04) (010G15)
GPL5
NF89
GPL0 GPL5
IC25
R67
C37
C36
RA48
RA49
RA53
GPL0
GPL5
VPL5
iID5(7:0)
(010I15)
iEXPD
(010H15)
iPHTCHR5
(010H15)
iEXPD8(7:0)
S001
0

7
2

9
1
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
9
10
11
12
5
8
6
18
24
23
22
21
16
15
14
13
20
17
19
7
DO0
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
RE0
RCK
RSTR0
VCC
DI0
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DI6
DI7
WE0
WCK
RSTW0
GND
DO0
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
RE0
RCK
RSTR0
VCC
DI0
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DI6
DI7
WE0
WCK
RSTW0
GND
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
GPL5
NF87
GPL0 GPL5
IC23
R69
C41
C40
RA44
RA46
RA45
RA52
GPL0
GPL5
VPL5
VPL5
0

7
2

9
1
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
9
10
11
12
5
8
6
18
24
23
22
21
16
15
14
13
20
17
19
7
DO0
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
RE0
RCK
RSTR0
VCC
DI0
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DI6
DI7
WE0
WCK
RSTW0
GND
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
GPL5
VPL5
RA47
RA17
IC29
IC29
NF88
GPL0 GPL5
IC24
R68
C39
C38
GPL0
VPL5
1
2
1
2
11 12
13
8 9
10
4
3
1
2
3
4
9
10
11
12
5
8
6
18
24
23
22
21
16
15
14
13
20
17
19
7
4
3
TP29
TP30
IC29
3 2
1
IC30
3 2
1
IC29
6 5
4
IC30
6 5
4
IC30
8 9
10
IC30
11 12
13
RA16
VPL5
1

6
0

7
1
0 5
A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
185
3-7-19
PointSource Ai3030/Vi300
(MCA/MCE) S/M
IPU PCB
10
/20
iLSUOUT
(011B15)
_iHSORG
(011B15)
iPVST
(006E15)
_iBSELFAX
(013G10)
_iBSELMCP
(013F10)
_iBSELPRT
(013F10)
_iBSELEX1
(013F10)
_iBSELEX2
(013E10)
iSEMDEM
(011I03)
iTEMLEM
(011I03)
_iENFLGEXT
(009E02)
_iENEXP2
(013B03)
_iRESET
(017J15)
iID6(7:0)
(011E03)
RA104
TP81
TP82
TP83
TP84
GPL5
TP69
TP70
TP71
TP72
TP73
VPL5
C81
R96
C96
NF122 NF123 NF111 NF112
C70 C91 C69
GPL5 GPL5 GPL5 GPL5 GPL5
iA(23:0)
(018J14)
iDBASIC(7:0)
(018C14)
_iCS4
(006I15)
_iWR
(017G15)
_iRD
(017F15)
RA100
R
A
9
4
R
A
9
3
GPL5
VSEWD(7:0)
VSERD(7:0)
VSERCK
_VSERRES
VSEWCK
_VSEWRES
GPL5
GPL5
TP45
TP46
TP47
TP48
TP49
TP51
TP52
IC39
TP59
TP68
TP57
TP58
GPL5
GPL5
VPL5
C88
C87 R104
NF115
RA73
RA83
RA69
iVCK
(011C15)
iEXPD8(7:0)
(009H14)
_iBSEL83
(014E10)
_iBSEL82
(014E10)
_iBSEL81
(014F10)
_iBSEL80
(014F10)
iEXPD
(009E14)
iPHTCHR5
(009E14)
iID5(7:0)
(009B14)
_iENEXACP
(009I02)
_iENEXHTC
(009I02)
_iENEXVSE
(009I02)
0

7
1
2

9
7

4
1

4
8

5
3

0
7

43

0
1

4
8

5
0

7
1
2

9
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
DI0
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DI6
DI7
WE0
WCK
RSTW0
GND
DO0
DO1
DO2
DO3
DO4
DO5
DO6
DO7
RE0
RCK
RSTR0
VCC
24
23
22
21
16
15
14
13
20
17
19
7
1
2
3
4
9
10
11
12
5
8
6
18
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0

3
0

23

7
4

8
0
1
2

9
0

7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
GND30
GND31
LSUOUT
RHSYNC_
PVST
VDD15
GND32
BSELFAX_
BSELMCP_
BSELPRT_
BSELEX1_
BSELEX2_
GND33
VDD16
IDOUT0
IDOUT1
GND34
IDOUT2
IDOUT3
GND35
VDD17
IDOUT4
IDOUT5
GND36
IDOUT6
IDOUT7
GND37
VDD18
GND38
SEMDEM
TEMLEM
GND39
VDD19
TEST2
ENCHPOT_
ENEXP2_
GND40
RESET_
GND41
GND42
GND19
GND18
PVCLK
GND17
GND16
TEST0
IDEXP87
IDEXP86
IDEXP85
IDEXP84
GND15
IDEXP83
IDEXP82
IDEXP81
IDEXP80
GND14
VDD6
GND13
BSEL83_
BSEL82_
GND12
BSEL81_
BSEL80_
GND11
VDD5
IDEXP
SIGMH
GND10
GND9
IDIN7
IDIN6
IDIN5
IDIN4
GND8
IDIN3
IDIN2
IDIN1
IDIN0
GND7
GND6
1

1
0

1
1

1
2

1
3

1
4

1
5

1
6

1
7

1
8

1
9

2
0

2
1

2
2

2
3

2
4

2
5

2
6

2
7

2
8

2
9

3
0

3
1

3
2

3
3

3
4

3
5

3
6

3
7

3
8

3
9

4
0
1
2
0

1
1
9

1
1
8

1
1
7

1
1
6

1
1
5

1
1
4

1
1
3

1
1
2

1
1
1

1
1
0

1
0
9

1
0
8

1
0
7

1
0
6

1
0
5

1
0
4

1
0
3

1
0
2

1
0
1

1
0
0

9
9

9
8

9
7

9
6

9
5

9
4

9
3

9
2

9
1

9
0

8
9

8
8

8
7

8
6

8
5

8
4

8
3

8
2

8
1
V
D
D
1

A
0

A
1

A
2

A
3

V
D
D
2

A
4

A
5

A
6

A
7

A
8

G
N
D
1

D
0

N
C
1

D
1

N
C
2

D
2

N
C
3

G
N
D
2

V
D
D
3

G
N
D
3

D
3

N
C
4

D
4

N
C
5

D
5

N
C
6

D
6

N
C
7

D
7

N
C
8

V
S
E
C
S
_

ID
W
R
_

ID
R
D
_

G
N
D
4

E
N
E
X
P
8
0
_

G
N
D
5

E
N
E
X
P
8
1
_

E
N
E
X
P
8
2
_

V
D
D
4

V
D
D
1
4

T
E
S
T
3

G
N
D
2
9

V
D
D
1
3

G
N
D
2
8

F
F
D
W
7

F
F
D
W
6

V
D
D
1
2

G
N
D
2
7

F
F
D
W
5

G
N
D
2
6

F
F
D
W
4

F
F
D
W
3

V
D
D
1
1

G
N
D
2
5

F
F
D
W
2

G
N
D
2
4

F
F
D
W
1

F
F
D
W
0

G
N
D
2
3

V
D
D
1
0

F
F
D
R
7

F
F
D
R
6

F
F
D
R
5

F
F
D
R
4

G
N
D
2
2

F
F
D
R
3

F
F
D
R
2

F
F
D
R
1

F
F
D
R
0

V
D
D
9

G
N
D
2
1

F
F
R
C
K

F
F
R
R
S
_

G
N
D
2
0

T
E
S
T
1

V
D
D
8

F
F
W
C
K

F
F
W
R
S
_

V
D
D
7
IC40
A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PointSource Ai3030/Vi300
(MCA/MCE) S/M
3-7-20
185
IPU PCB
11
/20
_iBD
(012J12)
iPVST
(006E15)
_iLDEN
(012I12)
iID6(7:0)
(010E01)
_iRESET
(017J15)
iCALEND
(012F12)
iSEMDEM
S001 IVCK (009D02) (010F15) (012D03)
(020F11)
(010G01)
iTEMLEM
(010G01)
iLBON
(012E03)
_iADJUST
(012B03)
iVCK
S001
iPMCLK
(012B03) (012K08)
iLSUOUT
(009D02) (010C01)
_iHSORG
(006C02) (010C01)
_iCS5
(006H15)
iDBASIC(7:0)
(018C14)
iPWMD(7:0)
(012C03)
iA(23:0)
(018J14)
_iWR
(017G15)
_iRD
(017F15)
iLTMOUT
(012F03)
iCALST
(012F03)
iSDMOUT
(012F03)
LONGEN
(008F15)
TP75
TP76
TP77
TP78
TP79
TP80
C115
C124 C116 C114 C123
NF137 NF138 NF125 NF127
NF126
GPL5
VPL5
GPL5 GPL5 GPL5 GPL5 GPL5
R115
TP104
TP103
TP26
TP99
RA142
GPL5
RA133
RA134
VPL5
GPL5
X2
59.7090MHz
GPL5
NF133
R114
C112
NF134
PWMD_0(7:0)
C113
RA135
VTCMCA
IC54
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
8
NC
GND
1
VCC
OUT
1
2
4
3
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7 4

7 0

3
5 4
2

9
0

7
1
4
3
2
1
0
3
2
1
0
7
6
5
4
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
VDD7
XIB
XCB
GND16
OP6
IND7
IND6
IND5
IND4
IND3
IND2
IND1
IND0
VDD8
GND17
CLKB
TEST2
PVD0_
TEST3
RESET_
1

1
0

1
1

1
2

1
3

1
4

1
5

1
6

1
7

1
8

1
9

2
0

2
1

2
2

2
3

2
4

2
5

2
6

2
7

2
8

2
9

3
0
G
N
D
1

V
D
D
1

IP
0

L
D
O
U
T
_

G
N
D
2

P
W
M
D
0

P
W
M
D
1

P
W
M
D
2

P
W
M
D
3

G
N
D
3

P
W
M
D
4

P
W
M
D
5

P
W
M
D
6

P
W
M
D
7

G
N
D
4

D
P
0

D
P
1

S
D
M
IN

L
T
M
IN

S
D
M
O
U
T

L
T
M
O
U
T

IP
1

IP
2

V
D
D
2

X
IA

X
O
A

G
N
D
5

G
N
D
6

V
D
D
3

IO
R
D
_
8
0

7
9

7
8

7
7

7
6

7
5

7
4

7
3

7
2

7
1

7
0

6
9

6
8

6
7

6
6

6
5

6
4

6
3

6
2

6
1

6
0

5
9

5
8

5
7

5
6

5
5

5
4

5
3

5
2

5
1
G
N
D
1
5

V
D
D
6

E
N
_

L
D
O
N
_

L
B
O
N

A
D
J
U
S
T
_

O
P
5

O
P
4

O
P
3

O
P
2

G
N
D
1
4

P
M
C
L
K

L
S
U
O
U
T

S
C
D
E

G
N
D
1
3

P
H
S
Y
N
C
_

IP
4

IP
3

P
V
C
L
K

G
N
D
1
2

P
V
S
Y
N
C
_

E
X
S
C
L
E

S
C
L
E

P
P
S
T
_

B
D
_

M
S
Y
N
C
_

V
T
C
C
S
_

G
N
D
1
1

V
D
D
5

G
N
D
1
0
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
D7
D6
D5
D4
GND9
D3
D2
D1
D0
VDD4
GND8
CLKA
TEST1
GND7
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
IOWR_
A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
185
3-7-21
PointSource Ai3030/Vi300
(MCA/MCE) S/M
IPU PCB
12
/20
_iTA1OUT
(017I15)
_iADJUST
(011B15)
iPMCLK
(011B15)
iPWMD(7:0)
(011J15)
iVCK
(011C15)
iLBON
(011B15)
_iLDON
(012H12)
iCALST
(011I15)
iLTMOUT
(011H15)
iSDMOUT
(011H15)
FG12
-BD
+BD
ENABLE
LD ON
PVSYNC
(012K08)
iPMCLK
(011B15)
FG12
(012J03) (012F13)
_iBD
(011C02)
_iLDEN
(011C02)
_iPVSYNC
(006B02)
_iCALEND
(011H03)
_iLDON
(012E03) (017G01)
FG12
(012K08)
G(5V)
G(5V)
-VIDE0
+VIDE0
CLK
ADJUST
IC64
IC64
IC64
C150
VPL5
GPL5
GPL5
VPL5
VPL5
NF154
VPL5
R149
R134
R133
IC67
TP105
C128
C127
CON1 2
CON1 8
CON1 7
CON1 9
CON1 1
CN11ES
CN11ES
CN11ES
CN11ES
CN11ES
CN11ES
CON1 4
GPL5
GPL0 GPL5 GPL0
IC63
GPL5
R120
VPL5
NF145
NF153
NF151
NF152
NF146
NF148
GPL5
C149
IC53
D2
10
11
3
5
6
C139
IC57
IC57
IC53
IC57
IC57 IC57
NF155
R132
R131
D3
C138
NF147
NF149
NF150
R139
R137
R136
R135
GPL5
GPL5
GPL5 GMI5
GPL5
VPL5
IC62
TP100
TP107
TP86
TP85
TP93
TP100
TP101
R138
R126
R125
R127
D1
C140
R130 R131
IC53
C148 C142 C143 C144
NF144
NF139
R150
CN11ES
CN11ES
CN11ES
CN11ES
CN11ES
CON1
CON1
CON1
CON1
CON1
3
4
5
6
7
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
CLK
VDD0
GND0
VDD1
GND1
CALO
_PR
GND2
RSET
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
D2
D1
D0
SEM
LEM
VDD4
GND5
OUT
GND4
VDD3
RET
CAL I
VDD2
GND3
2
1
0
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
A1
Y1
Z1
G
Z2
Y2
A2
GND
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
VCC
A4
Y4
Z4
_G
Z3
Y3
A3
2 1
6 5
10 8 11
8
7
6
5
VCC
RO
DI
GND
1
2
3
4
RI
_RI
DO
_DO
9
3
1
2
3 4
1 2
3 4
5 6
13
12 10
9
8
11
A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PointSource Ai3030/Vi300
(MCA/MCE) S/M
3-7-22
185
IPU PCB
13
/20
_iENEXP2
IDEXP
MREEXP
CKEXP
(010G01)
FG13
(013I15)
iPCK6
(001I15)
_iPCK8
(001I15)
_iOHSYNC
(006E15)
_iPHSYNC
(006C15)
iPVST
(006E15)
iMREREF
(006E15)
iOVST
(006E15)
_iOVCUTL
(008G15)
iID42
(008C15)
iMRED42
(008B15)
_iBSELEX2
(010E01)
_iBSELEX1
(010E01)
_iBSELPRT
(010E01)
_iBSELMCP
(010D01)
_iBSELFAX
(010D01)
FG13
(013I15)
iIDEXP
(009E02)
iMREEXP
(009F02)
iCKEXP
(009F02)
CKIPU
-OHSYN
-PHSYNC
PVST
MREREF
OVST
-OVCUT
IDIPU
MREIPU
EXFG2
EXFG2
EXFG2
EXFG2
EXFG1
EXFG1
EXFG1
EXFG1
EXGND
EXGND
EXGND
EXGND
EXGND
EXGND
FG13
S001
-BSEL2
-BSEL1
-BSELPRL
-BSELMCP
-BSELFAX
FG13
(013I15)
GPL5 GPL5 GPL5 GPL5
NF66
GMI5 GMI5 GMI5
R15 R18 R5
CON5
CON5
CON5
CON5
R10
CON32Y
CON32Y
CON32Y
CON32Y
CON5
CON5
CON5
CON5
CON32Y
CON32Y
CON32Y
CON32Y
CON5
CON5
CON5
CON5
CON32Y
CON5
CON32Y
CON5
CON32Y
CON32Y
CON32Y
CON32Y
R6 R11
NF58
NF77
TP10
TP9
TP13
NF57
NF59
VPL5
GPL5
GPL5
IC13
IC17
R37 R38
R36
R39
R66
CON5
CON32Y
CON5
CON32Y
CON5
CON32Y
GPL5
IC15
NF67
NF68
NF69
NF70
NF71
NF72
NF73
NF74
NF60
NF61
NF62
NF64
NF63
NF65 CON5
CON32Y
CON5
CON32Y
CON5
CON32Y
CON5
CON32Y
CON5
CON32Y
CON5
CON32Y
CON5
CON32Y
CON5
CON32Y
CON5
CON32Y
CON5
CON32Y
CON5
CON32Y
CON5
CON32Y
CON5
CON32Y
CON5
IC14
IC14
IC14
IC14
IC14
CON32Y
22 1 2
5 6
3 4
9 8
11
15
16
31
32
1
2
17
18
3
5
21
8
10
26
10
6
23
7
24
1
11

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
O0
O1
O2
O3
O4
O5
O6
O7
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
_OE
>CP

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

1
11

3
4
7
8
13
14
17
18
O0
O1
O2
O3
O4
O5
O6
O7
2
5
6
9
12
15
16
19
_OE
>CP

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

2
4
6
8
_Y1
_Y2
_Y3
_Y4
10
_G

A1
A2
A3
A4
20
19
4
9
11
27
12
28
13
29
14
30
S001 FG13 (013G14) (013GJ09) (013D02)
(014K06)
A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
185
3-7-23
PointSource Ai3030/Vi300
(MCA/MCE) S/M
IPU PCB
14
/20
MREEXP8
IDEXP7
CON4
CON64Y
CON4
CON64Y
24
5

1
0
1

6
49
IDEXP6
CON4
CON64Y
17
IDEXP5
CON4
CON64Y
50
IDEXP4
CON4
CON64Y
18
IDEXP3
CON4
CON64Y
51
IDEXP2
CON4
CON64Y
19
IDEXP1
CON4
CON64Y
52
IDEXP0
CON4
CON64Y
20
CKEXP8
CON4
CON64Y
22
FG14
(014H14)
iVCK
(011C15)
NF42
NF40
NF39
NF38
NF37
NF36
NF35
NF34
NF33
NF45
VPL5
VPL5
R43
IC11
IC9
IC17
GPL5
RA11
TP8
TP12
NF75
GPL5
GPL0
RA9
RA10
RA3
R23 R22
4
1
2 5
6
2
5
6
9
12
15
16
19
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
_OE
> CP

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D Q
_
P
R
E
_
C
L
R
_Q
>CLK
3
1
11

3
4
7
8
13
14
17
18
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
O0
O1
O2
O3
O4
O5
O6
O7
9
7
5
3
_G

A1
A2
A3
A4
19

11
13
15
17
_Y1
_Y2
_Y3
_Y4
iMREEXP8
(009H02)
iPCK6
(001I15)
iMRED4
(008C15)
iID4(7:0)
(008C15)
_iBSEL83
(010G15)
_iBSEL82
(010G15)
_iBSEL81
(010G15)
_iBSEL80
(010H15)
iIDEXP8(7:0)
(009H02)
iCKEXP8
(009H02)
0

7
2

9
1
-BSEL80
-BSEL81
-BSEL82
-BSEL83
IDIPU0
IDIPU1
IDIPU2
IDIPU3
IDIPU4
IDIPU5
IDIPU6
IDIPU7
MREIPU8
VPL5
IC11
IC12
IC10
IC10
IC10
IC10
NF46
NF44
NF43
NF41
NF55
NF54
NF53
NF52
NF51
NF50
NF49
NF48
NF47
GPL0
FG14
(014H14)
FG14
(014F14) (014F02)
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
_OE
> CP

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
1
11

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
O0
O1
O2
O3
O4
O5
O6
O7
10
13
12 9
8
D Q
_
P
R
E
_
C
L
R
_Q
>CLK
11
2 1
4 3
8 9
6 5
GPL5 GMI5 GPL5 GMI5 GPL5
GPL5
NF56
GMI5
R12 R7 R13 R8 R19 R16
EX8FG1
CON4
CON64Y
1
EX8FG1
CON4
CON64Y
2
EX8FG1
CON4
CON64Y
33
EX8FG1
CON4
CON64Y
34
EX8FG2
CON4
CON64Y
31
EX8GND
CON4
CON64Y
7
EX8GND
CON4
CON64Y
11
EX8GND
CON4
CON64Y
16
EX8GND
CON4
CON64Y
21
EX8GND
CON4
CON64Y
23
EX8GND
CON4
CON64Y
26
EX8GND
CON4
CON64Y
39
EX8GND
CON4
CON64Y
43
EX8GND
CON4
CON64Y
48
EX8GND
CON4
CON64Y
53
EX8GND
CON4
CON64Y
58
EX8FG2
CON4
CON64Y
32
EX8FG2
CON4
CON64Y
63
EX8FG2
CON4
CON64Y
64
FG13
(013I15)
CON4
CON64Y
57
CON4
CON64Y
56
CON4
CON64Y
55
CON4
CON64Y
54
CON4
CON64Y
30
CON4
CON64Y
62
CON4
CON64Y
29
CON4
CON64Y
61
CON4
CON64Y
28
CON4
CON64Y
60
CON4
CON64Y
27
CON4
CON64Y
59
CON4
CON64Y
25
A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PointSource Ai3030/Vi300
(MCA/MCE) S/M
3-7-24
185
IPU PCB
15
/20
FG15
(015I12) (015E03)
GPL5 GMI5
R142 R143
FG15
(015K08)
GPL5
NF159
NF157
NF161
IC64
IC64
NF156
IC65
C135
C137
C136
IC65
IC65
R128
D6
D4
D5
R130
R129
GPL5 GPL5
R122
R146
R145
NF160
TP95
TP94
NF158
NF162
R144
VPL5 VPL5
R124
R123
IC65
TP96
TP97
TP98
IC65
iPIN
(017G01)
iRxD
(017E01)
_iRESETIN
(017J01)
TxD
CON7 1
CN07ES
G(5V)
CON7 2
CN07ES
G(5V)
CON7 4
CN07ES
RxDACK
CON7 6
CN07ES
9 8
11 10
11 10 13 12
3 4 1 2
5 6
TxDACK
CON7
CN07ES
7
RxD
CON7
CN07ES
3
RESET
CON7
CN07ES
5
FG15
(015K08)
iTXD
(017D01)
iPOUT
(017H01)
A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
185
3-7-25
PointSource Ai3030/Vi300
(MCA/MCE) S/M
IPU PCB
16
/20
DB0m
CON3
CN30AZ
1 0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
DB1m
CON3
CN30AZ
2
DB2m
CON3
CN30AZ
3
DB3m
CON3
CN30AZ
4
DB4m
CON3
CN30AZ
5
DB5m
CON3
CN30AZ
6
DB6m
CON3
CN30AZ
7
DB7m
CON3
CN30AZ
8
_RDm
CON3
CN30AZ
17
_WRm
CON3
CN30AZ
18
_CSm
CON3
CN30AZ
15
_RESm
CON3
CN30AZ
25
A0m
CON3
CN30AZ
11
A1m
CON3
CN30AZ
12
A2m
CON3
CN30AZ
13
A3m
CON3
CN30AZ
14
GNDm
CON3
CN30AZ
19
GNDm
CON3
CN30AZ
20
GNDm
CON3
CN30AZ
21
GNDm
CON3
CN30AZ
22
GNDm
CON3
CN30AZ
26
GNDm
CON3
CN30AZ
27
GNDm
CON3
CN30AZ
30
+12Vm
CON3
CN30AZ
28
-12Vm
CON3
CN30AZ
29
VCCm2
CON3
CN30AZ
23
VCCm2
CON3
CN30AZ
24
iA(23:0)
(018J14)
iDBASIC(7:0)
(018C14)
iW_R
(017F15)
_iBENASIC
(006H15)
_iRESET
(017J15)
_iCS7
(006H15)
_iWR
(017G15)
_iRD
(017F15)
DBMON(7:0)
VPL5
VPL5
VPL5
IC53
IC43
IC43
VPL5
VPL5
IC60
GPL5
GPL0
VPL5
VP12
VM12
GPL5
IC61
RA145
RA144
RA141
RA140 RA143
1

6
0

7
5

1
0
11 10
9 4
5
8
6
19
1

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
_OE
T_R

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
1

6
5

1
0
1

6
5

1
0
19
1

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
_OE
T_R

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
1

6
5

1
0
0

7
1

6
5

1
0
0
1
2
3
A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PointSource Ai3030/Vi300
(MCA/MCE) S/M
3-7-26
185
IPU PCB
17
/20
iTxD
(015F04)
iRxD
(015D12)
iPIN
(015C12)
_iLDON
(012H12)
_iRESETIN
(015E12)
iPOUT
(015F04)
_iRESET
S003
_iTA1OUT
(012A03)
_iPCK7
(001I15)
_iWR
S002
_iRD
S001
iW_R
(016D02) (018C02)
_iE_CPU
(006J05)
iALE_CPU
(018G02)
iCPUAD_CPU(23:8)
(018A02)
iCPUA_CPU(7:0)
(018E02)
AD_P(23:8)
D_P(7:0)
IC49
S001 _IRD (003L05) (005K05) (006J05)
(008H15) (010K05) (011G15)
(016F02) (019C01)
S002 _IWR (003K05) (005K05) (006J05)
(008G15) (010K05) (011G15)
(016F02) (019C01)
S003 _IRESET (003J05) (005L05) (006G02)
(008D15) (010H01) (011G03)
(016F02)
C73
GPL5
VPL5
IC41
IC48
1
2
3
4
1
2
Vcc
GND
RESET_
C95
NF117 NF135 NF136 NF118
C90 C106 C105
RA139
RA127
RA138
RA128
CMD(7:0)
STATRES(7:0)
C89
GPL5
VPL5
R110
GPL5
VPL5
GPL5
VPL5
GPL5
GPL5 GPL5 GPL5
0

7
5

1
0
1
1

6
9

2
7

0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
A20D04P24
A21D05P25
A22D06P26
A23D07P27
RW_P30
BHE_P31
ALEP32
HLDA_P33
VSS1
E_
XOUT
XIN
RESET_
CNVSS
BYTE
HOLD_P40
P83TXD0
P82RXD0
P81CLK0
P80CRTS0_
VCC
AVCC
VREF
AVSS
VSS2
P77AN7ADTRG_
P76AN6
P75AN5
P74AN4
P73AN3
P72AN2
P71AN1
0

7
5

1
0
7

43

0
1

6
9

2
7

0
IC43
TP63
TP62
R105
VPL5
TP53
R87
R93
R94
R107
R106
TP61
4 3
IC43
12 13
IC43
RA95
RA96
RA110
RA111
RA120
RA119
6 5
IC42
IC26
11
11
13
10
12 9
D
CLK<
_
P
R
E
_
C
L
R
Q
_Q
8
12
13
IC42
8
9
10
IC42
6
5
4
23
22
21
20
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
1
2
3
4
20
21
22
23
8
7
6
5
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
4
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
8
7
6
5
0

7
8

1
0

1
1

1
2

1
3

1
4

1
5

1
6

1
7

1
8

1
9
1
2
3
4
3
2
1
0
1
P
7
0
A
N
0

P
6
7
T
B
2
IN

P
6
6
T
B
1
IN

P
6
5
T
B
0
IN

P
6
4
IN
T
2
_

P
6
3
IN
T
1
_

P
6
2
IN
T
0
_

P
6
1
T
A
4
IN

P
6
0
T
A
4
O
U
T

P
5
7
T
A
3
IN

P
5
6
T
A
3
O
U
T

P
5
5
T
A
2
IN

P
5
4
T
A
2
O
U
T

P
5
3
T
A
1
IN

P
5
2
T
A
1
O
U
T

P
5
1
T
A
0
IN

P
5
0
T
A
0
O
U
T

P
4
7

P
4
6

P
4
5

P
4
4

P
4
3

P
4
2
F
1

P
4
1
R
D
Y
_
1

1
0

1
1

1
2

1
3

1
4

1
5

1
6

1
7

1
8

1
9

2
0

2
1

2
2

2
3

2
4
6
4

6
3

6
2

6
1

6
0

5
9

5
8

5
7

5
6

5
5

5
4

5
3

5
2

5
1

5
0

4
9

4
8

4
7

4
6

4
5

4
4

4
3

4
2

4
1
C
R
T
S
1
_
P
8
4

C
L
K
1
P
8
5

R
X
D
1
P
8
6

T
X
D
1
P
8
7

A
0
0
P
0
0

A
0
1
P
0
1

A
0
2
P
0
2

A
0
3
P
0
3

A
0
4
P
0
4

A
0
5
P
0
5

A
0
6
P
0
6

A
0
7
P
0
7

A
0
8
D
0
8
P
1
0

A
0
9
D
0
9
P
1
1

A
1
0
D
1
0
P
1
2

A
1
1
D
1
1
P
1
3

A
1
2
D
1
2
P
1
4

A
1
3
D
1
3
P
1
5

A
1
4
D
1
4
P
1
6

A
1
5
D
1
5
P
1
7

A
1
6
D
0
0
P
2
0

A
1
7
D
0
1
P
2
1

A
1
8
D
0
2
P
2
2

A
1
9
D
0
3
P
2
3
A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
185
3-7-27
PointSource Ai3030/Vi300
(MCA/MCE) S/M
IPU PCB
18
/20
iCPUAD_CPU(23:8)
(017C15)
_iBENASIC
(006H15)
iW_R
(017F15)
_iBENMEM
(006H15)
iCPUA_CPU(7:0)
(017B15)
iALE_CPU
(017E15)
DBMEM_P(7:0)
DBASIC_P(7:0)
CPUA_P(23:0)
iDBASIC(7:0)
S001
iDBMEM(7:0)
(019C01)
iA(23:0)
S002
RA137
VPL5
VPL5
0

7
5

1
0
1

6
RA136
VPL5
8

1
0

1
1

1
2

1
3

1
4

1
5
5

1
0
1

9
RA109
VPL5
IC45
1
6

1
7

1
8

1
9

2
0

2
1

2
2

2
3
5

1
0
GPL5
1

6
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
2
5
6
9
12
15
16
19
20
21
22
23
_OE
LE

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
O0
O1
O2
O3
O4
O5
O6
O7
3
4
7
8
13
14
17
18
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
20
21
22
23
16
17
18
19
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
16
17
18
19
12
13
14
15
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
12
13
14
15
8
9
10
11
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
8
9
10
11
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
0
1
2
3
0
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
4
5
6
7
1
11
IC58
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
2
5
6
9
12
15
16
19
_OE
LE

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
O0
O1
O2
O3
O4
O5
O6
O7
3
4
7
8
13
14
17
18
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
1
11
IC47
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
_OE
T_R

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
19
1
IC46
RA86
RA87
RA88
RA89
RA117
RA118
RA115
RA116
RA84
RA85
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
_OE
T_R

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
19
1
IC59
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
_OE
T_R

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
19
1
RA75
VPL5
0

7
5

1
0
1

6
RA71
GPL5
0

7
2

9
1
RA76
VPL5
0

7
5

1
0
1

6
RA72
GPL5
0

7
2

9
1
RA108
VPL5
0

7
5

1
0
1

6
RA106
VPL5
8

1
0

1
1

1
2

1
3

1
4

1
5
5

1
0
1

6
RA74
VPL5
GPL5
1
6

1
7

1
8

1
9

2
0

2
1

2
2

2
3
5

1
0
1
1

6
RA70
1
6

1
7

1
8

1
9

2
0

2
1

2
2

2
3
2

9
1 RA105
8

1
0

1
1

1
2

1
3

1
4

1
5
2

9
1 RA107
0

7
2

9
S001 IDBASIC (003L05) (005J05) (006J05)
(008H15) (010K05) (011F15)
(016E02)
S002 IA (003K05) (005J05) (006I05)
(008G15) (010J05) (011G15)
(016G02) (019D01)
A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PointSource Ai3030/Vi300
(MCA/MCE) S/M
3-7-28
185
IPU PCB
19
/20
_iCSROM0
(0289A)
_iCSRAM0
(0289A)
_iCSRAM1
(0289B)
_iRD
(0289D)
_iWR
(0289D)
_iDBMEM(7:0)
(0279C)
_iA(23:0)
(0279G)
NF99
C58
C59
R84
VPL5
VPL5
GPL5
GPL5
NF94
C46
C56
R75
VPL5
VPL0
GPL5
GPL5
NF100
C55
C54
R74
VPL5
GPL5
GPL5
NF101
C53
C52
R73
VPL5
GPL5
GPL5
GPL5
GPL5
IC32
IC33
R79
GPL5
IC34
GPL5
IC31
GPL5
14
12
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
13
8
9
11

10
7
6
5
4
3
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
12
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
18
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0

3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

0
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
13
8
9
11

10
7
6
5
4
3
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
7

4
16
15
12
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Vcc
A18
A17
A14
A13
A8
A9
A11
OE_
A10
CE_
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
18
17
14
13
8
9
11

10
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
VDD
A16
A15
A12
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
D0
D1
D2
GND
7
6
5
4
3
RESET_
WE_
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
BYTE_
Vss2
DQ15
DQ7
DQ14
DQ6
DQ13
DQ5
DQ12
DQ4
Vcc
N.C.
RYBY_
A17
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
CE_
Vss1
OE_
DQ0
DQ8
DQ1
DQ9
DQ2
DQ10
DQ3
DQ11
VCC
WE_
A13
A8
A9
A11
OE_
A10
CE_
IO8
IO7
IO6
IO5
IO4
A14
A12
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
IO1
IO2
IO3
GND
VCC
WE_
A13
A8
A9
A11
OE_
A10
CE_
IO8
IO7
IO6
IO5
IO4
A14
A12
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
IO1
IO2
IO3
GND
A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
185
3-7-29
PointSource Ai3030/Vi300
(MCA/MCE) S/M
IPU PCB
20
/20
5V
R141
NF140
NF141
NF142
C1 C134
C133
+
C2
+
C3
+
C4
+
C5
+
NF143
CON2 1
2
3
CN06EA
5V
CON2
CN06EA
G(5V)
CON2
CN06EA
4
G(5V)
CON2
CN06EA
5
+12V
CON2
CN06EA
6
-12V
CON2
CN06EA
R140
R151 R152
R121
GMI5
VPL5
VP12
VPL5
VCC3
IC66
GND
VOUT VIN
2 3
1
VPL5
VP12
R89
R4
R154
R88
R9
R153
R155
GPL5 GPL5 GPL5
GPL5 GPL5
GPL5
GPL5
VPL5
VPL5 VPL5 VPL5 VPL5 VPL5 VPL5 VPL5 VPL5
R103 R119 R64 R100 R97 R20 R61 R80
R102 R118 R63 R101 R98 R21 R60 R81
GPL5 GPL5 GPL5 GPL5 GPL5 GPL5 GPL5
TP102 TP108 TP109 TP2 TP1 TP36
GMI5 GMI5
VM12
VM12
GPL5
GPL5 GPL5
GPL5
VPL5
GPL5
C62 C61 C60 C126 C111 C100 C8 C30 C6 C7 C10 C12
C130 C131 C72 C71 C80 C85 C84 C109 C110 C86 C129 C33
C9 C11 C125
GPL5
C132
C141
C147
R3
C146 C145
LED3
A
K
LED01
LED1
A
K
LED01
LED2
A
K
LED01
R2
R1
iPCK1
(001H15)
iPCK2
(001H15)
iPCK3
(001H15)
iPCK4
(001H15)
iPCK5
(001I15)
iPCK6
(001I15)
_iPCK7
(001I15)
iVCK
(011C15)
A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
3-7-26
340
Main PCB
21
/44
157
163
158
159
160
161
162
164
165 0
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
12
8
9
10
11
1
2
3
4
0
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
6
5
0
1
2
3
5
4
6
7
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
104
98
103
102
101
100
99
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
IC89
1
5
6
764 5320 143210
1
1
1
2
1
098
431 20
1
2
1
19
1
087642 53
1
5
0
1
5
5
1
5
4
1
5
3
1
5
2
1
5
1
1
4
9
1
4
8
1
4
7
1
4
6
1
4
5
1
4
4
1
4
3
1
4
2
1
4
1
1
4
0
1
3
9
1
3
8
1
3
7
1
3
6
1
3
5
1
3
4
1
3
3
1
3
2
1
3
1
1
3
0
1
2
9
1
2
8
1
2
7
1
2
6
1
2
5
1
2
4
1
2
3
1
2
2
1
2
1
17 2345689
1
0
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
4
1
5
1
6
1
7
1
8
1
9
2
0
2
1
2
2
2
3
2
4
2
5
2
6
2
7
2
8
2
9
013 24568 7
0124 3
91
0
1
1
1
3
1
2
1
4
1
5
1
6
3
0
3
1
3
2
3
3
3
4
3
5
3
6
VDO14
RAM1A12
NC6
RAM1A8
RAM1A9
RAM1A10
RAM1A11
GND29
RAM1D0
RAM1D1
RAM1D2
RAM1D3
RAM1D4
GND30
VDO15
ID0
ID1
ID2
ID3
ID4
MREDIN
PGTIME
NC7
PLCUT_
PDCUT_
GND31
VDO16
GND32
RESET_
IOWR_
IOWO_
DSS_
GND33
A0
A1
193
A3
194
A4
195
A5
196
VDO17
197
GND34
198
D0
199
D1
200
D2
201
GND35
202
D3
203
D4
204
D5
205
GND36
206
NC8
207
NC9
208
VDO18
A2
G
N
D
2
8
R
A
M
1
A
5
G
N
D
2
7
R
A
M
1
W
E
_
R
A
M
1
2
O
E
_
R
A
M
1
A
7
R
A
M
1
A
6
R
A
M
1
A
4
G
N
D
2
6
R
A
M
1
A
3
R
A
M
1
A
2
R
A
M
1
A
1
R
A
M
1
A
0
R
A
M
2
O
4
R
A
M
2
O
3
R
A
M
2
O
2
V
D
O
1
3
G
N
D
2
5
R
A
M
2
O
1
R
A
M
2
O
0
R
A
M
2
A
1
2
R
A
M
2
A
1
1
R
A
M
2
A
1
0
R
A
M
2
A
9
R
A
M
2
A
8
G
N
D
2
4
V
D
O
1
2
G
N
D
2
3
R
A
M
2
W
E
_
R
A
M
3
O
4
R
A
M
3
O
3
R
A
M
3
O
2
R
A
M
3
O
1
R
A
M
3
O
0
G
N
D
2
2
1
2
0
R
A
M
3
A
1
1
1
1
9
R
A
M
3
A
1
0
1
1
8
R
A
M
3
A
9
1
1
7
R
A
M
3
A
8
1
1
6
R
A
M
3
W
E
_
1
1
5
G
N
D
2
1
1
1
4
V
D
O
1
1
1
1
3
R
A
M
3
4
O
E
_
1
1
2
R
A
M
3
A
7
1
1
1
R
A
M
3
A
6
1
1
0
R
A
M
3
A
5
1
0
9
R
A
M
3
A
4
1
0
8
R
A
M
3
A
3
1
0
7
R
A
M
3
A
2
1
0
6
G
N
D
2
0
1
0
5
G
N
D
1
9
R
A
M
3
A
1
2
G
N
D
1
IE
D
O
H
G
N
D
2
D
6
D
7
G
N
D
3
V
D
O
1
N
C
1
T
E
S
T
N
C
2
N
C
3
G
N
D
4
H
S
Y
N
C
_
Y
D
O
2
S
C
L
K
O
U
T
G
N
D
5
S
C
L
K
G
N
D
6
X
IN
G
N
D
7
Y
D
O
3
R
O
M
A
0
R
O
M
A
1
R
O
M
A
2
R
O
M
A
3
G
N
D
8
Y
D
O
4
R
O
M
A
4
R
O
M
A
5
R
O
M
A
6
R
O
M
A
7
R
O
M
A
8
G
N
D
9
R
O
M
A
9
R
O
M
A
1
0
3
7
R
O
M
A
1
2
3
8
R
O
M
A
1
3
3
9
Y
D
O
5
4
0
G
N
D
1
0
4
1
R
O
M
A
1
4
4
2
R
O
M
A
1
5
4
3
R
O
M
A
1
6
4
4
R
O
M
O
0
4
5
R
O
M
O
1
4
6
R
O
M
O
2
4
7
R
O
M
O
3
4
8
R
O
M
O
4
4
9
R
O
M
O
E
_
5
0
S
E
L
E
C
T
5
1
G
N
D
1
1
5
2
G
N
D
1
2
R
O
M
A
1
1
VDO10
0
4
3
2
1
0
4
3
2
1
0
4
3
2
1
0
4
3
2
1
0
6
4
3
2
1
8
12
11
10
9
8
RAMD2
NC5
RAM3A1
RAM3A0
RAMD4
RAMD3
RAMD1
GND18
RAMD0
RAM4A12
RAM4A11
RAM4A10
RAM4A9
RAM4A8
VDO9
GND17
RAM4LE_
GND16
STBCLK4
STBCLK3
STBCLK2
STBCLK1
LOAD
CLK
GND15
VDO8
DATA44
DATA43
DATA42
DATA41
DATA40
DATA34
DATA33
GND14
68
DATA31
67
DATA30
66
DATA24
65
DATA23
64
DATA22
63
GND13
62
VDO7
61
DATA21
60
DATA20
59
DATA14
58
DATA13
57
DATA12
56
DATA11
55
DATA10
54
NC4
53
VDO6
DATA32
NF247
C80
CLKZ
CPUA
CPUD
DATA1
DATA2
DATA3
DATA4
DSS7
HSYNC1_

HSYNC2_

(023H01)
(001D14)
(001F14)
(023A04)
(023A04)
(023B04)
(023B04)
(015B02)
(004F06)
(006G01)
(007B01)
(009B04)
(010E12)
(016E01)
(018J01)
(011B03)
(014K06)
(015B09)

HSYNC_

IMG_D5
IORD_
IOWR_
LEDON
LOADZ
MRED4
PDCUT_
PGRME
PLCUT
RAM12OE_
RAM1A
RAM1D
RAM1WE_
RAM2A
RAM2D
(024H03)
(021C13)
(021L09)
(015J11)
(001H14)
(001H14)
(002D13)
(023G01)
(015F02)
(024H14)
(024T14)
(024E14)
(022E01)
(022A01)
(022B01)
(022E01)
(022A05)
(022B05)

SCLK2

SELECT
SIBCK1
SIBCK2
SIBCK3
SIBCK4
XIN
(024I03)
(011B03)
(014J06)
(015D02)
(019I10)
(023G01)
(023C01)
(023D01)
(023D01)
(023D01)
(021G16)
(021K01)
C83 C100 C98
GPL5
RAM1D(4:0)
IMG_D5(7:0)
MRED4
PGMRE
PLCUT_
PDCUT_
RESET_
IOWR_
IORD_
DSS7_
CPUA(23:1)
R302 R276
C81 C99
NF310 NF249 NF315
VPL5
19
C119 C117
NF362
NF363
VPL5
BS10
R316
HSNYC1_
HSNYC2_
SCLK1
SCLK2
GPL0 GPL5
HSYNC_
VPL0
IC107
20
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
3
_OE Vcc
T_R
A0
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
GND
A7
A1
B0
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B1
18
16
15
14
13
12
11
2 1
17
SCLK
BS11
2 1
C121
C
1
2
0
GPL5
BS12
XIN 2 1
VPL5
R
3
1
7
1
4
NC
XIL
X3
GND
VCC
OUT
8
5
CPUD(7:0)
LEDON
SCLK1
XIN
GPL0
RAM4D(4:0)
RAM3A(12:0)
RAM34OE_
RAM3WE_
RAM3D(4:0)
RAM2WE_
RAM2A(12:8)
RAM2D(4:0)
RAM1A(12:0)
RAM12OE_
RAM4A(12:8)
RAM4WE_
STBCK4
STBCK3
STBCK2
STBCK1
LOADZ
CLKZ
DATA4(4:0)
DATA3(4:0)
DATA2(4:0)
DATA1(4:0)
SELECT
ROMOE_
ROMA(16:0)
ROMD(4:0)
SCLK
HSYNC_
A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
340
3-7-27
Main PCB
22
/44
IC79 IC64
IC80 IC67
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
RA19
12346789
51
0
NC
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
IO0
IO1
IO2
GND
VCC
WE_
CE2
A3
A2
A1
OE_
A0
CE1_
IO7
IO6
IO5
IO4
IO3
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
19
20
18
17
16
15
VPL5
CP63
R275
NF246
C79
VPL0
VPL5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
0
1
2
GPL0 GPL5
3
2
1
0
4
3
RA14
12346789
51
0
NC
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
IO0
IO1
IO2
GND
VCC
WE_
CE2
A3
A2
A1
OE_
A0
CE1_
IO7
IO6
IO5
IO4
IO3
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
19
20
18
17
16
15
CP53
R267
NF207
C73
VPL0
VPL5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
0
1
2
GPL0 GPL5
GPL0
GPL5
GPL0
3
2
1
0
4
3
NC
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
IO0
IO1
IO2
GND
VCC
WE_
CE2
A3
A2
A1
OE_
A0
CE1_
IO7
IO6
IO5
IO4
IO3
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
19
20
18
17
16
15
VPL5
CP64
R277
NF248
C82
VPL0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
0
1
2
GPL0 GPL5
3
2
1
0
4
3
NC
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
IO0
IO1
IO2
GND
VCC
WE_
CE2
A3
A2
A1
OE_
A0
CE1_
IO7
IO6
IO5
IO4
IO3
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
19
20
18
17
16
15
VPL5
CP54
R268
NF208
C74
VPL0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
0
1
2
GPL0 GPL5
3
2
1
0
4
3
RA29
12349876
51
0
VPL5
VPL5
hROM_A0
NF319
CON21
28
0
hROM_A1
NF324
CON21
27
1
hROM_A2
NF318
CON21
26
2
hROM_A3
NF323
CON21
25
3
hROM_A4
NF317
CON21
24
4
hROM_A5
NF322
CON21
23
5
hROM_A6
NF316
CON21
22
6
hROM_A7
NF321
CON21
21
7
hROM_A8
NF252
CON21
6
8
hROM_A9
NF290
CON21
7
9
hROM_A10
NF287
CON21
10
10
hROM_A11
NF286
CON21
8
11
hROM_A12
NF289
CON21
20
12
hROM_A13
NF257
CON21
5
13
hROM_A14
NF251
CON21
4
NF256
CON21
1
NF320
CON21
32
14
hROM_A15
NF293
CON21
19
15
hROM_A16
NF288
CON21
18
16
hROM_CSo
NF292
CON21
11
17
hROM_D0 NF304Z
CON2129
hROM_D1 NF303Z
CON2130
hROM_D2 NF305Z
CON2131
hROM_D3 NF291Z
CON2116
hROM_D4 NF293Z
CON2115
hROM_D5 NF290Z
CON2114
hROM_D6 NF292Z
CON2113
hROM_D7 NF289Z
CON2112
hROM_OEo
hROM_VDD
hROM_GND
NF291
CON21
9
18
19
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
1
2
3
4
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
_OE
T_R
VPL0
IC101
19
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
_OE
T_R
IC109
19
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
_OE
T_R
IC90
19
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
16
17
18
18 16
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
_OE
T_R
IC91
VPL0
C85
R318
ROMD(4:0)
ROMOE_
hROM_IF(18:0) ROMA(16:0)
RAM2A(12:8)
RAM2D(4:0)
RAM4A(12:8)
RAM4D(4:0)
RAM1A(12:0)
RAM3A(12:0)
RAM3D(4:0)
RAM1D(4:0)
RAM12OE_
RAM1WE_
RAM2WE_
RAM3WE_
FG6
RAM4WE_
RAM34OE_
VPL5
FG6
RAM120E_
RAM1A
RAM1D
RAM1WE_
RAM2A
RAM2D
RAM2WE_
RAM34OE_
RAM3A
RAM3D
RAM3WE_
RAM4A
RAM4D
RAM4WE_
ROMA
ROMD
ROMOE_
(003K09)
(021A12)
(021A12)
(021D03)
(021A12)
(021B12)
(021B12)
(021B12)
(021C12)
(021C12)
(021B12)
(021B12)
(021E12)
(021D12)
(021E12)
(021K09)
(021K07)
(021J10)

A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
3-7-28
340
Main PCB
23
/44
IC35
IC68
IC69
IC81
IC34
IC18
IC51
GPL5 GMI5
R
5
7
R
5
8
NON
VDD
INA
INB
INC
IND
EN
OUTA1
OUTA0
OUTB1
OUTB0
OUTC1
OUTC0
OUTD1
OUTD0
END
GND
VDD
INA
INB
INC
IND
EN
OUTA1
OUTA0
OUTB1
OUTB0
OUTC1
OUTC0
OUTD1
OUTD0
END
GND
2
3
6
5
10
11
14
13
12
8
NF160
C53
VPL0
16
1
7
9
15
4
4
3
2
1
GPL0 GPL5
CON22
DATA14
NF163
11
CON22
DATA14_
NF164
41
CON22
DATA13
NF166
12
CON22
DATA13_
NF165
42
CON22
DATA12
NF169
13
CON22
DATA12_
NF170
43
CON22
DATA11
NF172
14
CON22
DATA11_
NF171
44
VPL5
VDD
INA
INB
INC
IND
EN
OUTA1
OUTA0
OUTB1
OUTB0
OUTC1
OUTC0
OUTD1
OUTD0
END
GND
2
3
6
5
10
11
14
13
12
8
NF185
C66
VPL0
16
1
7
9
15
4
1
8
4
3
GPL0 GPL5
CON22
DATA21
NF190
19
CON22
DATA21_
NF191
49
CON22
DATA20
NF210
28
CON22
DATA20_
NF192
50
CON22
DATA34
NF197
21
CON22
DATA34_
NF198
51
CON22
DATA33
NF216
22
CON22
DATA33_
NF199
52
VPL5
VDD
INA
INB
INC
IND
EN
OUTA1
OUTA0
OUTB1
OUTB0
OUTC1
OUTC0
OUTD1
OUTD0
END
GND
2
3
6
5
10
11
14
13
12
8
NF209
C75
VPL0
16
1
7
9
15
4
2
1
8
4
GPL0 GPL5
CON22
DATA32
NF211
23
CON22
DATA32_
NF212
53
CON22
DATA31
NF214
24
CON22
DATA31_
NF213
54
CON22
DATA30
NF217
25
CON22
DATA30_
NF218
55
CON22
DATA44
NF220
26
CON22
DATA44_
NF219
56
VPL5
VDD
INA
INB
INC
IND
EN
OUTA1
OUTA0
OUTB1
OUTB0
OUTC1
OUTC0
OUTD1
OUTD0
END
GND
2
3
6
5
10
11
14
13
12
8
NF250
C84
VPL0
16
1
7
9
15
4
3
2
1
0
GPL0 GPL5
CON22
DATA43
NF215
27
CON22
DATA43_
NF253
57
CON22
DATA42
NF255
28
CON22
DATA42_
NF254
58
CON22
DATA41
NF221
29
CON22
DATA41_
NF258
59
CON22
DATA40
NF260
30
CON22
DATA40_
NF259
60
VPL5
VDD
INA
INB
INC
IND
EN
OUTA1
OUTA0
OUTB1
OUTB0
OUTC1
OUTC0
OUTD1
OUTD0
END
GND
2
3
6
5
10
11
14
13
12
8
NF136
C37
VPL0
16
1
7
9
15
4
GPL0 GPL5 GPL0 GPL5
CON22
SEL
NF141
CON22
SEL14_
NF142
CON22
LOAD
NF162
CON22
LOAD_
NF161
CON22
CLK
NF167
CON22
CLK_
NF168
VPL5
VDD
INA
INB
INC
IND
EN
OUTA1
OUTA0
OUTB1
OUTB0
OUTC1
OUTC0
OUTD1
OUTD0
END
GND
2
3
6
5
10
11
14
13
12
8
NF135
C36
VPL0
16
1
7
9
15
4
GPL0 GPL5
CON22
STBCLK1
NF137
CON22
STBCLK1_
NF138
CON22
STBCLK2
NF140
CON22
STBCLK2_
NF139
CON22
STBCLK3
NF143
CON22
STBCLK3_
NF144
CON22
STBCLK4
NF146
CON22
STBCLK4_
NF145
VPL5
2
3
6
5
10
11
14
13
12
8
NF184
C65
VPL0
16
1
7
9
15
4
0
4
3
2
GPL0 GPL5
CON22
DATA10
NF186
15
CON22
DATA10_
NF187
45
CON22
DATA24
NF189
16
CON22
DATA24_
NF188
46
CON22
DATE23
NF193
17
CON22
DATA23 _
NF194
47
CON22
DATA22
NF196
18
CON22
DATA22_
FG1_2 FG1_2 FG1_2
STBCK1
STBCK2
STBCK3
STBCK4
SELECT
LOADZ
CLKZ
FG1_2
NF195
48
VPL5
R59
DATA1(4:0)
DATA2(4:0)
DATA3(4:0)
DATA4(4:0)
CLKZ
DATA1
DATA2
DATA3
DATA4
FG1_2

LOADZ
SELECT
STBCK1
STBCK2
STBCK3
STBCK4

(021F12)
(021H12)
(021H12)
(021G12)
(021F12)
(023J01)
(023J05)
(023J07)
(023J13)
(021F12)
(021J10)
(021E12)
(021E12)
(021E12)
(021E12)

A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
340
3-7-29
Main PCB
24
/44
C97 C88
R
2
8
5
C
8
7
NF306 NF281
GPL5
12346789
RA23
VPL5
VPL5
51
0
RESET_
IC99
DSS8_
IOWR_
IORD_
HSYNC2_
OSYNC_
PSYNC_
SCLK1
PPST_
ORST_
PLCUT_
OLCUT_
AE_ALE
ODCUT_
PDCUT_
MRE_
BE
PGMRE
AE_ADE
CPUA(23:1)
CPUD(7:0)
TCI1
TCI2
TCI3
TDNT0
TDNT1
TDNT2
TDNT3
TDNT4
TDNT5
TDNT6
TDNT7
TDNT8
TDNT9
TDNT10
TDNT11
TDNT12
TDNT13
TDNT14
TDNT15
TDNT16
V
S
S
5
V
D
D
4
P
IS
7
P
IS
6
P
IS
5
P
IS
4
P
IS
3
P
IS
2
P
IS
1
P
IS
0
P
O
S
7
P
O
S
6
P
O
S
5
P
O
S
4
P
O
S
3
P
O
S
2
P
O
S
1
P
O
S
0
A
L
E
1
0
A
L
E
9
A
L
E
8
A
L
E
7
A
L
E
6
A
L
E
5
A
L
E
4
A
L
E
3
A
L
E
2
V
S
S
4
V
D
D
3
A
L
E
1
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
PPST_
ORST_
PLCUT
OLCUT
OOCUT
TCLK
D7
D6
D5
D4
VSS3
D3
D2
D1
D0
TCLKSEL
ADE10
ADE9
ADE8
ADE7
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
8
0
7
9
7
8
7
7
7
6
7
5
7
4
7
3
7
2
7
1
7
0
6
9
6
8
6
7
6
6
6
5
6
4
6
3
6
2
6
1
6
0
5
9
5
8
5
7
5
6
5
5
5
4
5
3
5
2
5
1
V
S
S
1
V
D
D
1
R
E
S
E
T
_
A
0
A
1
A
2
A
3
A
4
A
5
A
6
D
S
S
_
IO
W
R
_
IO
R
D
_
H
S
Y
N
C
_
O
S
Y
N
C
_
P
S
Y
N
C
_
B
R
D
E
M
R
E
A
P
S
T
O
U
T
D
W
E
A
D
E
1
A
D
E
2
A
D
E
3
A
D
E
4
A
D
E
5
T
E
S
T
P
C
L
O
C
K
V
S
S
2
V
D
D
2
A
D
E
6
123456789
1
0
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
4
1
5
1
6
1
7
1
8
1
9
2
0
2
1
2
2
2
3
2
4
2
5
2
6
2
7
2
8
2
9
3
0
1234567
AE_ADE
AE_ALE
BE
CPUA
CPUD
DSS8
BSYNC2_
IORD_
IOWR_
MRE

ODCUT_
OLCUT_

ORST_

OSYNC_
PDCUT_
PGMRE
PLCUT_
PPST
PSYNC_
RESET_
SCLK1

(010E12)
(010E12)
(007A01)
(001D14)
(001F14)
(015H02)
(021C16)
(001H14)
(001H14)
(009B04)
(011A03)
(011C03)
(011B03)
(019I10)
(007B01)
(010E12)
(015B09)
(016E01)
(002C13)

(021E01)
(021E01)
(021E01)
(018I01)
(002C13)
(002D13)
(021D16)

A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
3-7-30
340
Main PCB
25
/44
VPL5
GPL5
CP105 CP98
CP24
CP66
VPL5
GPL5
CP22 CP62 CP21
VPL5
GPL5
CP50
CP23 CP35 CP37 CP34 CP33 CP32
VPL5
GPL5
CP1 CP72 CP11 CP78 CP76 CP77 CP46 CP48
VPL5
GPL5
CP107 CP61 CP106 CP38 CP60
VPL5
GPL5
CP39 CP95 CP55 CP13 CP12 CP90 CP26 CP89 CP94
VPL5
GPL5
CP101 CP41 CP108
VPL5
GPL5
CP47 CP52 CP51 CP49
VPL5
GPL5
CP110 CP2 CP109 CP6
VPL5
GPL5
CP70 CP99 CP69 CP79 CP65 CP80 CP71 CP81 CP82 CP96
VPL5
GPL5
CP100 CP111 CP114 CP102 CP104 CP103 CP112
CP4 CP16 CP15 CP14 CP40 CP93 CP20
VPL5
GPL5
A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
340
3-7-31
Main PCB
26
/44
NF330
GPL5
R331
65
66
10k
R308
R330
R309
VPL5
C124
C125 C123
GPL5
NF368
VPL5
1
2
GPL5
VPL5
XTAL01
A B
2
1 2
GPL5
R335 R336
VPL5
X2 C128 C127
C126
R332
GPL5 GPL5
GPL5
NF335
NF334
NF333
NF332
NF331
NF329
NF328
NF327
GPL5
AD_P(23:8)
D_P(7:0)
NF372
NF371
NF370
NF344
NF348
NF347
NF346
NF345
NF343
NF342
NF341
NF340
NF339
NF338
NF337
NF336
BS13
GPL5
GPL5
VPL5
1 2
IC117
TxD1_CPU
RxD1_CPU
CLK1_CPU
CLK0_CPU
AN_CPU(7:0)
RxD0_CPU
CSS_RXRDY
TXRDY
RXRDY
P66_CPU
TxD0_CPU
RxD0_CPU
R0261Z
R0262Z
ALE_CPU
AN_CPU
BHF_CPU_
CLK0_CPU
CLK1_CPU
CPUAD_CP
CPUA_CPU
CSS_RZRD
F_CPU
P4_CPU

P5_CPU

P60_CPU
P61_CPU
P66_CPU
P67_CPU
RESET_CP
(027G03)
(034D16)
(028F02)
(041D01)
(018D16)
(027B03)
(027B03)
(043L05)
(028G02)
(002C03)
(034J08)
(037C01)
(039C01)
(040B10)
(040A10)
(039B01)
(041F02)
(002D03)
(028I10)
RW_CPU_

RXD0_CPU
RXD0_CPU
RXD1_CPU
RXRDY
TXD0_CPU
TXD1_CPU
TXRDY
(027B03)
(028E02)
(041B01)
(041B01)
(018D16)
(042H01)
(041C01)
(018H01)
(042I01)
R0263Z
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
40
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
39
38
37
20
21
22
23
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
A20D04P24
A21D05P25
A22D06P26
A23D07P27
RW_P30
BHE_P31
ALEP32
HLDA_P33
VSS1
E_
XOUT
XIN
RESET_
CNYSS
BYTE
HOLD_P40
7
6
5
4
3
1
2
P83TXD0
P82RXD0
P81CLK0
P80CRTS0_
VCC
AVCC
VREF
AVSS
VSS2
P77AN7ADTRG_
P76AN6
P75AN5
P74AN4
P73AN3
P72AN2
P71AN1
IC111
R
3
3
7
R
3
3
4
R
3
3
3
RW_CPU
CPUA_CPU(7:0)
CPUA_CPU(23:8)
BHE_CPU
ALE_CPU
E_CPU
RESET_CPU
P4_CPU(7:3)
P5_CPU(7:0)
P60_CPU
P61_CPU
P62_CPU
6
4
6
3
6
2
6
1
6
0
5
9
5
8
5
7
5
6
5
5
5
4
5
3
5
2
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5
1
5
0
4
8
4
7
4
6
4
5
4
4
4
3
4
2
4
1
4
9
123456789
1
0
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
4
1
5
1
7
1
8
1
9
2
0
2
1
2
2
2
3
2
4
1
6
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3
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C
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8
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C
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0
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2
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2
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3
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1
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1
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1
3
P
1
5
A
1
4
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1
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1
6
A
1
5
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1
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P
1
7
A
1
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0
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2
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1
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0
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1
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7
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6
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P
6
6
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B
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IN
P
6
5
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IN
P
6
4
IN
T
2
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P
6
3
IN
T
1
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0
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P
6
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4
IN
P
6
0
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IN
P
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6
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3
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P
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IN
P
5
4
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7
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T
A
0
IN
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
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5
6
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1
2
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Main PCB
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VPL5
VPL5
5
1
0
12346789
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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13
14
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10
11
12
13
14
15
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
2
1
19
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
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A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
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01234567
RA25
VPL5
5
1
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12346789
891
0
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
4
1
5
RA31
VPL5
5
1
0
12346789
1
6
1
7
1
8
1
9
2
0
2
1
2
2
2
3
RA32
ALE_CPU
BUS_BUEF
CPUAD_CP
CPUA_CPU
RW_CPU_
SCPUA

SCPUD
(026F15)
(028H14)
(026H15)
(026A15)
(026E15)
(001U03)
(028G02)
(029C01)
(030I03)
(031I02)
(032F04)
(033G05)
(042I01)
(043C12)
(043E01)
(001I03)
(029C01)
(030H03)
(031H02)
(032E04)
(033G05)
(042C01)
(043B01)
(043B09)
1
11
3
4
7
8
13
14
17
18
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
2
5
6
9
12
15
16
19
_DE
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
O0
O1
O2
O3
O4
O5
O6
O7
EL
IC95
1
11
3
4
7
8
13
14
17
18
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
2
5
6
9
12
15
16
19
_DE
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
O0
O1
O2
O3
O4
O5
O6
O7
EL
IC96
GPL5 GPL5
NF236
NF237
NF238
NF239
NF240
NF241
NF242
NF243
NF228
NF229
NF230
NF231
NF232
NF233
NF234
NF235
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
NF268
NF269
3
4
3
4
NF267
2 2
NF266
1 1
NF265
0 0
NF270
5 5
NF271
6 6
NF272
7 7
NF298
8 8
NF299
9 9
NF300
10 10
NF301
11 11
NF276
12 12
NF275
13 13
NF274
14 14
NF273
15 15
NF302
16 16
NF303
17 17
NF304
18 18
NF305
19 19
NF280
20 20
NF279
21 21
NF278
22 22
NF277
23 23
BUS_BUFFER
RW_CPU_
CPUAD_CPU(23:8)
CPUA_CPU(7:0)
ALE_CPU
IC75
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
CPUD_P(15:0)
CPUA_P(23:0)
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
2
1
19
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
A0
A1
T_R
_DE
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
IC76
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
18
1
19
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
B0
B1
T_R
_DE
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
IC94
SCPUD(15:0)
SCPUA(23:0)
A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
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Main PCB
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VPL5
R
2
6
2
R
2
6
3
VPL5
R
3
6
1
VPL5
RW_CPU_
BHE_CPU_
SCPUA(23:0)
E_CPU_
PD_ASIC2(7:0)
BUS_BUFFER
WO_BRAM
WE_BRAM
WO_
WE_
RD_
RD_BRAM_
CSCSS_
CSTERM_
CSM3881_
CSASIC2
CSASIC1
CSROM2_
CSROM1_
CSRAM_
CSISU_
VPL5
23
22
18
10
9
2
1 5
4
8
9
12
13
11
9
10
8
8
3
6
17
16
15
19
20
21
22
23
18
3 4
0
IC58
IC54
5 6
IC54
IC58
IC58
IC55
IC55
2
1
3
IC55
2
1 2 1
3
IC53
IC54
4
5
6
IC55
IC56
IC118
BHF_CPU
BUS_BUFF
CSASIC1_
CSASIC2_
CSCSS_
CSISU
CSM38881
CSRAM_
CSROM1_
CSROM2_
CSTERM_
F_CPU_
BRST
PD_ASIC2
RD_
(026E15)
(027A03)
(030J03)
(031J02)
(043I01)
(033I05)
(032H04)
(029B01)
(029B01)
(029B01)
(042H01)
(026F15)
(036H10)
(031D02)
(001H03)
(029B01)
(030I03)
(031I02)
(032G04)

WE_BRAM_
WO_
WO_BRAM_
(042H01)
(043J01)
(043C12)
(029C01)
(043C12)

RD_BRAM_
RESET
RESET_CP
RSL_

RST_

RW_CPU_
SCPUA
WE_
(033H05)
(042G01)
(043J01)
(043B12)
(043B12)
(026F15)
(037D01)
(043B12)
(030H03)
(031H02)
(042T01)
(026E15)
(027J14)
(001H03)
(029H01)
(030I03)
(031I02)
(032G04)
(033H05)
IC54
1
3
6
4
5
2
A0
A2
E3
A1
_E1
_E2
_D0
_D2
_D4
_D1
_D3
_D7
_D5
_D6
15
13
14
12
11
10
9
7
13
12
11
IC57
10
9
8
IC57
5
4
6
IC53
2
1
11 10
3
IC57
IC57
2
1
3
IC59
5
4
6
IC59
10
9
8
IC59
13
12
11
IC59
10
9
8
IC53
13
12
11
IC53
IC54
1 2
IC119
13 12
IC54
5
4
6
R
3
6
2
VPL5 VPL5
13 12
IC119
11 10
IC119
9 8
IC119
5 6
IC119
3
IC119
C137
1
2 1
3
4
2
WD
RST1_
GND
TC
RST2_
ADJ
NC
VCC
8
6
5
7
1 7
2
C
1
3
6
GPL5
HRST
RESET
RESET_CPU_
RSL_
RSL_
A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
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6
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1
2
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5
6
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IC84
A14
A12
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
IO1
IO2
IO3
GND
VCC
WE_
A13
A8
A9
A11
OE_
A10
CE_
I08
I07
I06
I05
I04
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
19
20
18
17
16
15
VPL5
CP59
R272
R273
NF227
CP58
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
13
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
8
9
10
GPL5
GPL5
9
14
10
12
11
12
13
14
15
11
CSRAM_
CSROM1_
CSROM2_
RD_
WE_
WO_
SCPUD(15:0)
SCPUA(23:0)
IC74
A14
A12
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
IO1
IO2
IO3
GND
VCC
WE_
A13
A8
A9
A11
OE_
A10
CE_
I08
I07
I06
I05
I04
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
19
20
18
17
16
15
VPL5
CP45
R260
R261
NF204
CP44
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
13
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
1
2
GPL5
GPL5
9
14
10
12
11
12
13
14
15
11
IC83
Voo
CE0
D15
D14
D13
D12
D11
D10
D9
D8
GND1
D7
D6
D5
Vcc
A17
A16
A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
GND2
A8
A7
A6
D4 A5
D3 A4
D2 A3
D1 A2
D0 A1
OE0 A0
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
31
32
30
29
28
27
VPL5
VPL5
CP56
R271
R
2
8
3
NF226
CP57
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
26 15
25 16
24 17
23 18
22 19
21 20
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
GPL5 GPL5
GPL5
16
17
18
15
14
13
12
11
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
IC93
Voo
CE0
D15
D14
D13
D12
D11
D10
D9
D8
GND1
D7
D6
D5
Vcc
A17
A16
A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
GND2
A8
A7
A6
D4 A5
D3 A4
D2 A3
D1 A2
D0 A1
OE0 A0
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
31
32
30
29
28
27
VPL5
VPL5
CP67
R282
R
2
8
4
NF264
CP68
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
26 15
25 16
24 17
23 18
22 19
21 20
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
GPL5 GPL5
GPL5
16
17
18
15
14
13
12
11
8
9
10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
CSRAM_
CSROM1_
CSROM2_
RD
SCPUA
SCPOD
WE_
WO_

(028A14)
(028B14)
(028B14)
(028E14)
(027J14)
(027E14)
(028E14)
(028F14)

A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
340
3-7-35
Main PCB
30
/44
VPL5
GPL5
CP74 CP75 CP83 CP84
NF325 NF297 NF296 NF326
CP73
CP85
R297 R307
R306
R300
R299
R298
PA_ASIC1(7:0)
PB_ASIC1(7:0)
PE_ASIC(7:0)
PC_ASIC(7:0)
PD_ASIC1(7:0)
RST_
SCPUD(15:0)
SCPUA(23:0)
RD_
WE_
CSASIC1_
PF_ASIC1(7:0)
IC102
PA4
PA3
PA2
PA1
PA0
PB0
VDD1
GND1
PB1
PB2
PB3
PB4
PB5
PB6
PB7
CS_
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
PD2
PD3
PD4
PD5
PD6
PD7
GND3
VDD2
PF0
PF1
PF2
PF3
PF4
PF5
PF6
PF7
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
P
D
1
P
D
0
Y
3
_
P
E
7
P
E
6
P
E
5
P
E
4
P
E
3
P
E
2
P
E
1
P
E
0
G
N
D
2
P
C
7
P
C
6
P
C
5
P
C
4
P
C
3
P
C
2
P
C
1
P
C
0
IN
IT
D
P
A
7
P
A
6
P
A
5
6
4
6
3
6
2
6
1
6
0
5
9
5
8
5
7
5
6
5
5
5
4
5
3
5
2
5
1
5
0
4
9
4
8
4
7
4
6
4
5
4
4
4
3
4
2
4
1
M
O
D
E
R
E
S
E
T
_
S
E
L
E
C
T
A
D
0
A
D
1
A
D
2
A
D
3
A
D
4
A
D
5
A
D
6
A
D
7
G
N
D
A
0
A
1
A
2
A
3
A
4
A
5
A
6
A
7
A
L
E
R
E
_
W
R
_
C
S
123456789
1
0
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
4
1
5
1
6
1
7
1
8
1
9
2
0
2
1
2
2
2
3
2
4
1 0234567
12345678
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
4
3
2
1
0
0
765
76540 321
76540 21
0 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
0
2
3
4
5
6
7
VPL5
CSASIC1_
PA_ASIC1
PA_ASIC1
PB_ASIC1
PB_ASIC1
PC_ASIC1
PC_ASIC1
PD_ASIC1
PD_ASIC1
PD_ASIC1
PE_ASIC1
PE_ASIC1
PE_ASIC1
PE_ASIC1
PE_ASIC1
PE_ASIC1
PD
PST
SCPOA
SCPUD
WE_

(028B14)
(040F08)
(036A15)
(040F02)
(036D15)
(039F01)
(037H01)
(039C01)
(038E09)
(037F09)
(042D10)
(039F01)
(037E01)
(039B09)
(038E09)
(037J01)
(028E14)
(028J01)
(027J14)

(027F14)
(028F14)

A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
3-7-36
340
Main PCB
31
/44
VPL5
GPL5
GPL5
GPL5
CP17 CP27 CP19 CP29
NF147 NF174 NF148 NF173
CP28
CP18
R228 R164
R224
R0311Z
R225
R226
R227
PA_ASIC2(7:0)
PB_ASIC2(7:0)
PE_ASIC2(7:0)
PC_ASIC2(7:0)
PD_ASIC2(7:0)
RST_
SCPUD(15:0)
SCPUA(23:0)
RD_
WE_
CSASIC2_
PF_ASIC2(7:0)
IC41
PA4
PA3
PA2
PA1
PA0
PB0
VDD1
GND1
PB1
PB2
PB3
PB4
PB5
PB6
PB7
CS_
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
PD2
PD3
PD4
PD5
PD6
PD7
GND3
VDD2
PF0
PF1
PF2
PF3
PF4
PF5
PF6
PF7
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
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1
P
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3
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7
P
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6
P
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5
P
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4
P
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3
P
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P
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1
P
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G
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2
P
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7
P
C
6
P
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P
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P
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P
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6
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6
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4
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1
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2
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2
3
4
5
6
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1
0
2
3
4
5
6
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VPL5
VPL5
VPL5
10
R165
R167
R166
R0312Z
R223
CSASIC2_
PA_ASIC2
PA_ASIC2
PA_ASIC2
PA_ASIC2
PB_ASIC2
PB_ASIC2
PB_ASIC2
PC_ASIC2
PC_ASIC2
PC_ASIC2
PD_ASIC2
PD_ASIC2
PE_ASIC2
PE_ASIC2
PE_ASIC2
PE_ASIC2
PE_ASIC2
RD_

PST
SCPOA
SCPOD
WE_

(028B14)
(042K05)
(040A08)
(039H16)
(036A08)
(039I08)
(036K09)
(036B08)
(038E01)
(035E02)
(002J03)
(036G10)
(028I02)
(002G03)
(037C01)
(033I05)
(032B04)
(002E03)
(028E14)

(028J10)
(027J14)
(027F14)
(028F14)

A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
340
3-7-37
Main PCB
32
/44
CP31
CP30
R229
R
1
6
8
NF176
R
1
6
9
R
1
7
1
R
0
0
9
E
R
0
0
1
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1
7
6
R
1
7
7
R
1
7
9
R
1
7
8
R
1
8
0
R
1
8
1
R
1
8
3
R
1
8
2
R
1
8
4
R185
R
0
1
0
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GPL5
GPL5
GPL5
GPL5
GPL5
GPL5
GPL5
GPL5
X1
BS103
VPL5
VPL5
R
0
3
2
1
Z
R
0
3
2
3
Z
R
0
3
2
5
Z
R
0
3
2
7
Z
R
0
3
2
8
Z
R
0
3
2
6
Z
R
0
3
2
4
Z
R
0
3
2
2
Z
GPL5
IC22
SCPUA(23:0)
P0_SC1_3
PA_SC1(6:0)
PB_SC1(3:2)
SCPUD(15:0)
PF_ASIC2(7:0)
RxD3_SC1
TxD3_SC1
RxD1_SC1
TxD1_SC1
WE_
RD_
CSM38881_
HALARM
SHORT
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
VCC
DO7
DO6
DO5
DO4
DO3
DO2
DO1
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
P00
P01
P02
P03
P04
P05
P06
P07
VSS
XOUT
XIN
P10
INTP11
RESET_
CNYSS
P12
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
P
A
0
P
A
1
P
A
2
P
A
3
P
A
4
P
A
5
P
A
6
P
A
7
P
B
0
P
B
1
P
B
2
P
B
3
P
B
4
P
B
5
P
B
6
P
B
7
4
8
4
7
4
6
4
5
4
4
4
3
4
2
4
1
4
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3
9
3
8
3
7
3
6
3
5
3
4
3
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D
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CSM38881
HALARM
P0_SC1_3
PA_SC1

PB_SC1
PE_ASIC2
PD
PXD1_SC1
PXD3_SC1
SCPOA
SCPOD
SHORT
TXD1_SC1
TXD3_SC1
WE_

(028B14)
(034B08)
(033E05)
(033E05)
(038F09)
(043K01)
(036H08)
(031E02)
(028E14)
(036E08)
(016F05)
(027J14)
(027E14)
(038T07)
(036G08)
(016J01)
(028F14)

A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
3-7-38
340
Main PCB
33
/44
CP87 R320
CP86
CP92 CP91
X4
NF367
GPL5
GPL5
BS104
GPL5
GPL5
GPL5
VPL5
R
0
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5
E
R
0
0
4
E
R
3
4
9
R
3
4
7
R
3
4
5
R
3
4
4
R
3
2
4
R
3
4
3
R
3
2
3
R
3
4
6
R
3
4
8
R321
IC110
R0333Z
R319
R0332Y
R002E
R003E
VCC0
RG001E
CP002E
IC332Z
TR001E CP001E
VPL5
GPL5
R0332Z
IC332Z
R0331Z
DI331Z
VCC8
VPL5
VCC8
VPL5
R0334Z
R0335Z
R0336Z
R0337Z
R0338Z
R0339Z
R033AZ
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
VCC
DO7
DO6
DO5
DO4
DO3
DO2
DO1
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
P00
P01
P02
P03
P04
P05
P06
P07
VSS
XOUT
XIN
P10
INTP11
RESET_
CNYSS
P12
P
A
0
P
A
1
P
A
2
P
A
3
P
A
4
P
A
5
P
A
6
P
A
7
P
B
0
P
B
1
P
B
2
P
B
3
P
B
4
P
B
5
P
B
6
P
B
7
D
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3
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1
5
C
T
S
2
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P
1
4
C
T
S
1
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P
1
3
C
L
K
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
0
1
2
3
4
5
4
8
4
7
4
6
4
5
4
4
4
3
4
2
4
1
4
0
3
9
3
8
3
7
3
6
3
5
3
4
3
3
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1
0
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
4
1
5
1
6
0
7
5
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
16
14
12
8
10
6
4
2
6
7
8
2
1
3
4
5
13
12
11
17
18
16
15
14
19
18
17
20
17 23
KA
K A
TR03
O
U
T
G
N
O
IN
(03868)
(0279G)
1
E
2
C
3 18 1
B
A
1
B
2
P0_SC1_3
PA_SC1(6:0)
WE_
RD_
CSISU_
RXZ
TXZ
SCPUA(23:0)
SCPUD(15:0)
PF_ASIC2(7:0)
RxD1_SC2
TxD1_SC2
P0_SC2(5:0)
PA_SC2(7:0)
MainSWon
CON13
IC331Z
RKEYS7
CON13
CON13
IC331Z
RKEYS6
CON13
IC331Z
RKEYS5
CON13
IC331Z
RKEYS4
CON13
IC331Z
RKEYS3
CON13
IC331Z
RKEYS2
CON13
IC331Z
RKEYS1
CON13
IC331Z
RKEYS0
5V_CN13
CON13
5V_CN13
CON13
5V_CN13
CON13
5V_CN13
CON13
5V_CN13
CON13
5V_CN13
CON13
5V_CN13
CON13
5V_CN13
CON13
24V_CN13
CON13
SG_CN13
CON13
KCARD DET
CON13
KCARD DET
CSISU
P0_SC1_3
P0_SC2

PA_ASIC2
PA_ASIC2
PA_ASIC2
PA_ASIC2
PA_SC1
PA_SC2

PF_ASIC2
PD
PXD1_SC2
RX7
SCPUA
SCPOD
TXD1_SC2
TXZ
WE_

(028B14)
(040F08)
(036A15)
(040F02)
(036D15)
(039F01)
(037H01)
(039C01)
(038E09)
(037F09)
(042D10)
(039F01)
(037E01)
(039B09)
(038E09)
(037J01)
(028E14)
(028J01)
(027J14)

(028F14)

A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
340-3
3-7-39
Main PCB
34
/44
GPL5 GPL5
VPL5
VPL5
VPL5
VPL5
GPL5
VPL5
VPL5
R18
R159
VPL5
R6
R5
R16
C11
DI1
C13
C38
GPL5 GPL5
C3 C2
GPL5 GPL5 GPL5
R21
R10
R9
R20
C15
DI2
C14
GPL5 GPL5
C7 C6
VPL5
R8
R7
GPL5 GPL5 GPL5
C5 C4
R19
IC4
GPL5 GPL5
VPL5
GPL5
GPL5
X0
X1
X2
X3
Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
VDD
X
Y
A
B
INH
VCE
VSS
12
14
15
11
1
5
2
4
16
13
3
10
9
6
7
8
3
4
6
7
R13
C10
C30 C29
R14
R12
C9
R91
R11
C8
R90
R15
C12
R89
R83
R85
IC3
IC20 IC20
R82
R84
R87
R81
C27 C26
GPL5 GPL5 GPL5
0
P4_CPU(7:3)
AN_CPU(7:0)
CON2
DPS
CON2
GND_CN2
CON2
DTH
CON2
GND_CN2
16
CON2
FTH1 HALARM
5
5
4
A1
A2
K1
6 1 2 2
1
-
+
OUT
7
K2
A1
A2
K1
K2
15
2
1
CON2
TNS
CON2
GND_CN2
CON2
FTH3
18
3
2
17
7
CON2
GND_CN2
3
CON2
GND_CN2
4
CON2
FTH2
2
6
CON2 12
CON2
GND_CN2
11
CON2
ETTH
10
CON2
GND_CN2
9
CON2
FLTH
8
CON2
FLTherm
14
CON2
GND_CN2
Y1_4052
Y2_4052
13
AN_CPU
HALARM

P4_CPU
Y1_4052
Y2_4052

(026G01)
(032J04)
(038C01)
(026I15)
(042B10)
(041G09)

A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
3-7-40
340
Main PCB
35
/44
VPL5
GPL5
GPL5
R95
R96 R97
VP12
VM12
R
0
3
5
1
Z
R
0
3
5
2
Z
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
5
6
4
D0
LD
CLK
DI
A01
A02
GND
VCC
VDD
A06
A05
A04
A03
VSS
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
IC6
1
2
3
4
OUT1
II1
DN1
VN
VP
OUT2
II2
DN2
8
7
6
5
IC351Z
CON2
DB CONT
19
A01_M62354
DA_LD
DA_CLK
DA_DATA
A04_M62354
PC_ASIC2(7:0)
A01_M623
A04_M623
PC_ASIC2

(040E10)
(040E10)
(031D14)

A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
340
3-7-41
Main PCB
36
/44
4
R79
IC1
IC2
R76
R64
R68
C24
GPL5
3 13
12
8
9
10 0
11
4
VPL5
CON3
PS_U
10
R80
10k
FR002
IC1
R75
R63
R67
C25
GPL5
1 2
VPL5
CON3
PFM FG
18
R78
R200
R199
FR002
IC1
R77
R
7
2
R
6
9
9 8
IC1
5 6 CON3
DCM2PCB RXD
30
R212
CON3
KC DET
1
CON3
DCM2PCB TXD
32
R101E R210
R198
R204
C101E
GPL5
C1
GPL5
VPL5
VPL5
CON3
ST ALARM
3
R74
R62
R66
VPL5
CON3
FPS
17
R007E
R006E
R008E
VPL5
CON3
BYPTIMSW
34
GPL5
_CLK
CLR
OD
OC
OB
OA
IC2
1
2
6
5
4
0
3
1
7
3
_CLK
CLR
OD
OC
OB
OA
PA_ASIC2(7:0)
PB_ASIC2(7:0)
RxD1_SC1
TxD1_SC1
PB_SC1(3:2)
11 10
IC37
VPL5
COM K A
DI8
R206
R211
CON3
KCARD DET
2
CON3
GND_CN3
31
CON3
GND_CN3
33
R205
GPL5
R71
R70
R036CZ
CON3
PSSW1-U
19
VPL5
R036DZ
CON3
PSSW2-U
20
R036MZ
R036KZ
R036LZ
R036FZ
R036IZ
R036GZ
R036JZ
R036NZ
R036OZ C0361Z
R036PZ
R036EZ
CON3
OSSW1
21
R036HZ
CON3
OSSW2
22
IC361Z
2 1
IC361Z
3 5
1
0
6
4
IC361Z
5 6
IC361Z
9 8
C0362Z
GPL5 GPL5
P0_SC2(5:0)
R153
CON3
RSW
11
VPL5
R138
CON3
OFS
8
R147
R0361Z
R0362Z
R144
1
0
R157
CON3
TDTDSW
7 R0363Z
R151
3
R137
CON3
BYPRSW
14 R0364Z
R143
4
R135
CON3
OLDSW
12 R0365Z
R141
5
R154
CON3
PCSW
15 R0366Z
R148
6
R155
CON3
OTDSW
13 R0367Z
R149
7
R136
CON3
ESW
16 R0368Z
R142
0
R140
CON3
1STRU DET
4 R0369Z
R146
1
R158
CON3
2NDRU DET
5 R036AZ
R152
2
R139
CON3
3RDRU DET
6 R036BZ
R145
3
R156
CON3
RLDSW-U
9 R0361Y
R150
4
PA_ASIC1(7:0)
PB_ASIC1(7:0)
PB_ASIC2(7:0)
4.7k
GPL5
VPL5
6
5
3
2
1
0
CON3
PFM SPEED2
28
PD_ASIC2(7:0)
HRST
STOP
5 6
IC19
CON3
PFM SPEED1
26 3 4
IC19
CON3
PFM ENA
29 1 2
IC19
CON3
DCM2PCB RESET
27 9 8
IC37
CON3
OFM SPEED2
25 5 6
IC37
CON3
OFM SPEED1
23 3 4
IC37
CON3
OFM ENA
24 1 2
IC37
5
4
6
IC39
FG3
HRST
P0_SC2
PA_ASIC1
PA_ASIC2
PA_ASIC2
PA_ASIC2
PB_ASIC1
PB_ASIC2
PB_ASIC2
PB_SCI
PD_ASIC2
RXD1_SC1
STOP
TXD1_SC1
(034K08)
(028H10)
(033E15)
(030F14)
(038D01)
(033B13)
(031E14)
(030G14)
(031G14)
(031G14)
(032B14)
(031D02)
(032I04)
(041E02)
(032I04)
2
1
3
IC39
R
2
2
2
A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
3-7-42
340
Main PCB
37
/44
15
19
16
18
17
21
18
20
15
4
10
1
2
1
0
1
4
5
6
7
7
7
8
2
9
10
4
3
2
1
14
11
6
3
11
28
GPL5
GND0 GND0 GND0
GND0
GPL5
VPL5
VPL5 VCC8
7 6
23
6
B
C
E
TR02
2
3
1
2
C
3
1 E
5
6
B
KA
1 2
KA
1 2 KA
1 2
R392
D
I2
0
TR9
TR8
R391
GND0
VPL5 VCC8
2 3
22
5
B
C
E
TR02
2
3
1
2
C
3
1 E
5
6
B
KA
1 2
KA
1 2 KA
1 2
R425
D
I2
3
TR16
TR15
R426
GND0
VPL5 VCC8
15
B
C
E
TR02
2
3
1
2
C
3
1 E
1
B
KA
1 2
R422
D
I2
2
TR16
TR15
R423
VPL5
2
4
D
CP
O
5
6
3
5
4
2
1
6
1
_
C
L
R
_
S
O
_O
3
IC132
LB1651
DI25 DI24
DI27
C163
DI26
R397
IC130 IC120
IC131
IC130
IC130
R399
R400
R398
K
A
1
2 K
A
1
2
K
A
1
2 K
A
1
2
0
0
8 4 2
10
9
1 +
2
CON4
IC147
SC REM
CON4
IC147
TC REM
CON4
IC147
DB CHG
CON4
IC147
DB REM
CON4
IC145

CON4
IC145
OFCL
CON4
IC145
FCL-U
CON4
IC145
RWCL-U
CON4
IC148

CON4
D
I0
0
2
E
D
I0
0
3
E
IC128
PCFM H/L
CON4
PCFM
CON4
D
I0
0
4
E
D
I0
0
5
E
IC128
FFM H/L
CON4
FFM-RFFM-L
CON6
GND1
SENS1
OUT1
IN1
INH1
VCC2
IN4
OUT4
SENS4
NC1
NC2
SENS2
OUT2
IN2
VCC1
INH2
IN3
OUT3
SENS3
GND2
20
19
18
17
15
16
14
13
12
11
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
CON4
TM
1
CON4
TM
2
C164
L5
L4
1
1
2
2
1 2
SafetySWdetect
P5_CPU(7:0)
PD_ASIC1(7:0)
PF_ASIC2(7:0)
PF_ASIC1(7:0)
PC_ASIC1(7:0)
PF_ASIC1(7:0)
RSL_
FG4
P5_CPU
PC_ASIC1
PD_ASIC1
PE_ASIC1
PE_ASIC1
PE_ASIC2
RSL
SAFETYSW

(038I02)
(025I15)
(030D14)
(030D03)
(030C14)
(030E03)
(031F02)
(028I10)
(038D07)

A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
340
3-7-43
Main PCB
38
/44
3
2
5
6
5
IC1A
TR3
GND0
3
E
C
TR03
1
2
B
C
2
B 1
3
R382 TR2
R383
CON4
PRY1,PRY2 24V
SafetySWdetect
17
L1
1 2
GPL5
GPL5
GPL5
VPL5
VPL5
D
I3
1
A K COP
1M
10k
10k
20 1/4W
34
KA
R454 R453
R458
R454
D
I3
2
CON4
SSW
33 CON4
MSW
MainSWon
R456
R457
10 11 0
24 CON4
IC146
SSR1 REM
7 6 1
25 CON4
IC146
SSR2 RE,
2 3 3
26 CON4
IC146
R-Lamp REM
GND0
VPL5
VPL5
16
B
C
E
2
1
3
2
C
3
1 E
2
B
R387
TR5
TR4
R385
CON4
PRY1,PRY2 REM
B
C
E
2
1
3
TR6
1SS193
R423
R
3
8
8
R386
R384
L2
1 2
PC_ASIC2(7:0)
PA_ASIC2(7:0)
HALARM
SHORT
12 7 0
14 CON4
IC144
RH-U REM
PA_SC2(7:0)
2 3 7
3 CON4
IC127
PD_ASIC1(7:0)
13 6 1
31 CON4
IC144
RH-M REM
14 5 2
15 CON4
IC144
RH-L REM
15 4 3
30 CON4
IC144
FLH REM
16 3 4
13 CON4
IC144
DH REM
17 2 5
12 CON4
IC144
PCHL REM
18 1 6
29 CON4
IC144
RTL REM
15 14 4
10 CON4
IC127
KC COUNT
PA_SC1(6:0)
27 CON4
KCARD COUNT
10 11 5
11 CON4
IC127
TC COUNT
6
7 6 2
32 CON4
IC127
PF_ASIC1(7:0)
GND0 GPL5
VPL5
B
C
E
2
1
3
R342
TR7
2SC2712 R389
R390
HALARM
PA_ASIC2
PA_ASIC2
PA_ASIC2
PA_ASIC2
PA_SC1
PA_SC2
PC_ASIC2
PD_ASIC1
PF_ASIC1
SAFETYSW
SHORT

(034B08)
(042K05)
(040A08)
(039H16)
(036A08)
(032B14)
(033C15)
(031D14)
(030D03)
(030F03)
(037B01)
(032J04)

A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
3-7-44
340
Main PCB
39
/44
2 3 7
9 CON6
IC134
RPCCL
PC_ASIC1(7:0)
PB_ASIC2(7:0)
15 14 6
13 CON6
IC148
RWCL-L
10 11 5
12 CON6
IC148
FCL-L
7 6 4
11 CON6
IC148
RWCL-M
2 3 3
10 CON6
IC148
FCL-M
18 1 0
17 CON6
IC133
MC REM
PE_ASIC1(7:0)
16 3 1
16 CON6
IC133
P5_CPU(7:0)
15 4
18 CON6
IC133
FL REM
P61_CPU
PD_ASIC1(7:0)
17 2 2
2 CON6
IC133
CFM
1 CON6
LPHFM1LPHFM2
3 CON6
GND_CN6
GND0
GND0
VPL5 VCC0
B
C
E
2
3
1
2
C
3
1 E
0
B
R431
DI30
TR12
TR20
R432
KA
GPL5
GPL5
VPL5
19
4
CON6
MC ALARM
R464
R462
R463
C102E
R102E
15 14 0
8 CON6
IC149
CCL
PF_ASIC1(7:0)
10 11 3
7 CON6
IC149
RCL
7 6 4
14 CON6
IC149
BYPRCL
2 3
4 CON6
IC149
CSOL2
5 CON6
CSOL1
GND0
VPL5 VCC0
B
C
E
2
1
3
2
C
3
1 E
5
6
B
R429
DI29
TR11
TR19
R430
KA
6 CON6
SSOL
GND0
VPL5 VCC0
B
C
E
2
1
3
4
2
C
3
1 E
7
B
R427
DI28
TR10
TR18
R428
KA
GPL5 GPL5
VPL5
DI33
D
I3
4
A K COR
20
K A
R459 R460
R461
CON6
SSW1SSW2
PA_ASIC2(7:0)
P5_CPU
P6T_CPU
PA_ASIC2
PA_ASIC2
PA_ASIC2
PB_ASIC2
PC_ASIC1
PD_ASIC1
PE_ASIC1
PF_ASIC1

(026I15)
(026I15)
(038D01)
(033B13)
(031F14)
(031G14)
(030D14)
(030D03)
(030C14)
(030F03)

A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
340
3-7-45
Main PCB
40
/44
1 3 7
1 CON7
DRM REM
P5_CPU(7:0)
A04_M62354
A01_M62354
2 1 6
2 CON7
DRM CLK
8 9 5
4 CON7
DM REM
6 5 4
5 CON7
DM CLK
4 3 4
6 CON7
FDM REM
2 1 3
7 CON7
FDM CLK
22 CON7
FL CONT
23 CON7
GRID CONT
0 5
3 CON7 IC71
IC71
IC71
IC72
IC72
IC72
IC72
P60_CPU
VP12
VM12
R216
1
2
3
4
OUT1
II1
IN1
VN
VP
OUT2
II2
IN2
8
7
6
5
IC401Z
R217
R220 R221
R219
R218
P0_SC2(5:0)
VPL5
18
2 CON7
PSSW1-M
R0407Z
19
3 CON7
PSSW2-M
R0408Z
R0401Z
20
4 CON7
PSSW1-L
R0409Z
21
5 CON7
PSSW2-L
R040AZ
R0402Z R040OZ
R040EZ
R040FZ
R040GZ
R0403Z
R0404Z
R203
R209
R215 R256
IC52
GPL5
GPL5
12
3 4
1
2
7
3
2
7
6
5
13
CLR
OA
OB
OC
OD
11
10
9
8
IC38
_CLK
2
1
CLR
OA
OB
OC
OD
3
4
5
6
IC38
_CLK
C67
1
2
GPL5
GPL5
R201
R207
R213 R257
IC52
1 2
R241
R248
R255
R238
R245
R252
R235
R242
R249
R237
R244
R251
R202
R208
R214
R236
R243
R250
C67
1
2
GPL5
GPL5
CON7
PS-M
16
CON7
PS-L
17
CON7
LOCK ALARM
8
CON7
OHSW
11
CON7
CHPSW1
13
CON7
CHPSW2
12
CON7
RLDSW-L
15
CON7
RLDSW-M
14
PA_ASIC2(7:0)
PA_SC2(7:0)
PA_ASIC1(7:0)
PB_ASIC1(7:0)
VPL5
A01_M623
A04_M623
FG3
P0_SC2
P5_CPD
P60_CPU
PA_ASIC1
PA_ASIC2
PA_ASIC2
PA_ASIC2
PA_SC2
PB_ASIC1

(035H14)
(035H14)
(034K08)
(033E15)
(026I15)
(026I15)
(030F14)
(038D01)
(033B13)
(031F14)
(033C15)
(030G14)

A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
3-7-46
340
Main PCB
41
/44
2
GPL5
GPL5
DI19
1SS226
A K COR
R296
IC92
IC92 IC82
R295
R294
R279
CON8
OPCB RXD
2 CON8
GND_CN8
4 CON8
OPCB TXD
5 CON8
GND_CN8
7 CON8
GND_CN8
1 CON8
+5V_CN8
RxD0_CPU
TxD0_CPU
VPL5
8 9
8 R281
IC92
R280
R278
CON8
OPCB STOP
P66_CPU
STOP
2 1
5 6 3 4
IC92 IC82
6 CON8
OPCB CLK
CLK0_CPU
IC92
10 11
3 4 1 2
C96
GPL5
GPL5
C86
VPL5
4
DI5
A K COM
R37
R38
R36
R98
TP
TP1
5 TP
TP2
6 TP
TP3
1 TP
+24V_TP
3 TP
+5V_TP
2 TP
SGND_TP
Y2_4052
VPL5
VPL5 VCC0
R99
VP12
VM12
R
0
4
1
1
Z
R
0
4
1
2
Z
1
2
3
4
OUT1
II1
IN1
VN
VP
OUT2
II2
IN2
8
7
6
5
IC411Z
GPL5
GPL5
CLK0_CPU
P66_CPU
RXD0_CPU
RXD0_CPU
STOP
TXD0_CPU
Y2_4052

(026E01)
(026J01)
(026E01)
(026B01)
(036I10)
(026D01)
(034I08)

A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
340
3-7-47
Main PCB
42
/44
RA001E
12346789
51
0
VPL5
RA002E
12346789
5
1
0
RA003E
12346789
51
0
VPL5
RA004E
12346789
5
1
0
FG7
GPL5 GMI5
R
3
4
R
3
5
N
O
N
11 CON10
RD_
1 CON10
+5V_CN10
2 CON10
NON
GND_CN10
3 CON10
D0
4 CON10
D1
5 CON10
D2
6 CON10
D3
7 CON10
D4
8 CON10
D5
9 CON10
D6
10
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
CON10
D7
RD_
12 CON10
WE_
WE_
13 CON10
RxRDY
RxRDY
14 CON10
CSTERM_
CSTERM_
15 CON10
TxRDY
TxRDY
16 CON10
RST_
RST_
17 1 CON10
A1_CON10
6
7
CON11
ISU_CONNECT
SCPUA(23:0)
SCPUD(15:0)
PA_ASIC2(7:0)
Y1_4052
PE_ASIC1(7:0)
TxD1_SC2
RxD1_SC2 1
GPL5
GPL5
GPL5
DI21
A 2 K 1 3 COM
R417
IC117
R03
R
0
4
R416
R414
R374
R415
CON11
ISUPCB RXD
2 CON11
GND_CN11
VPL5
VPL5
VPL5
4 3
IC117
6 5
C162
8 CON11
SGND_CN11
4 CON11
SGND_CN11
4 3
1
5 CON11
IC116
ISUPCB RESET
7 CON11
ISUPCB FLFD
3 CON11
ISUPCB TXD
2 1
IC116
R376
R375
R377
GPL5
GPL5
GPL5
R
0
5
VPL5
GPL5
CSTERM_
FG7
PA_ASIC28
PA_ASIC2
PA_ASIC2
PE_ASIC1
RD
RST
RXDT_SC28
RXRDY
SCPUA
SCPOD
TXD1_SC2
TXRDY
WE_
Y1_4052

(028C14)
(043I08)
(038D01)
(033B13)
(031F14)
(030C14)
(028E14)
(028J10)
(033J05)
(026I01)
(027J14)
(027E14)
(033J05)
(026I01)
(028E14)
(034I08)

A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
3-7-48
340
Main PCB
43
/44
RA421Z
12346789
51
0
VPL5
RA422Z
12346789
5
1
0
16 CON14
D0
2 CON14
D1
17 CON14
D2
18 CON14
D3
4 CON14
D4
19 CON14
D5
20 CON14
D6
21
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
CON14
D7
SCPUD(15:0)
GPL5
RA421Z
12346789
51
0
VPL5
RA424Z
12346789
5
1
0
1 CON14
A0
10 CON14
A1
25 CON14
A2
24 CON14
A3
8 CON14
A4
23 CON14
A5
22 CON14
A6
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CON14
A7
26 CON14
30 CON14
29 CON14
SCPUA(23:0)
GPL5
VPL5
R0421Z
R0423Z
R0422Z
R0424Z
R0426Z
GPL5
R0425Z
WE_
RD_
CSCSS_
WE_
RD_
CSCSS_
3 CON14
CSS_RXRDY
CSS_RXRDY
PA_SC1(6:0)
16 3 0
5 CON14
IC332Z
CSSRESET_
SCPUD(15:0)
13 CON14
5V_CN14
11 CON14
5V_CN14
FG7
WE_BRAM_
14 CON14
GND_CN14
15 CON14
GND_CN14
VPL5
GPL5
VPL5
GPL5
BRAMD0
CON16 6
0
BRAMD1
CON16 7
1
BRAMD2
CON16 8
2
BRAMD3
CON16 9
3
BRAMD4
CON16 10
4
BRAMD5
CON16 11
5
BRAMD6
CON16 12
6
BRAMD7
CON16 13
7
BRAMD8
CON16 14
8
BRAMD9
CON16 15
9
BRAMD10
CON16 16
10
BRAMD12
CON16 18
12
BRAMD11
CON16 17
11
BRAMD13
CON16 19
13
BRAMD14
CON16 20
14
BRAMD15
CON16 21
15
SCPUA(23:0)
BRAMA1
CON16 3
BRAMA2
CON16 4
1
BRAMA3
CON16 5
2
BRAMA4
CON15 15
3
BRAMA5
CON15 14
4
BRAMA6
CON15 13
5
BRAMA7
CON15 12
6
BRAMA8
CON15 11
7
BRAMA9
CON15 5
8
BRAMA10
CON15 4
9
BRAMA11
CON15 22
10
BRAMA13
CON15 10
12
BRAMA12
CON15 3
11
BRAMA14
CON15 6
13
BRAMA15
CON15 9
14
15
WE_BRAM_
CON15 7
WO_BRAM_
WO_BRAM_
CON15 8
RD_BRAM_
RD_BRAM_
CON15 1
RESET
RSL_ BRESET
CON15 2
3
2
1
IC40
R
1
0
3
E
VPL5
CON15
+5V_CN15
NF175 20
CON15
GND_CN15
NF149 2
(0425G1)
CSCSS_
CSS_RXRD
FG7
PA_SC1
RD
RD_BRAM_
RESET
PSL
SCPOA
SCPOD
WE_
WE_BRAM_
WO_BRAM_

(028C14)
(026B01)
(042B04)
(032B14)
(028E14)
(028E14)
(028I10)
(028I10)
(027J14)
(027E14)
(028E14)
(028G14)
(028G14)

A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
340
3-7-49
Main PCB
44
/44
VCC0
GPL5
CP3
VP12
VM12
CP25 CP5 CP9
VPL5
GPL5
CP36
VCC0
1 CON5
+24V
2 CON5
PGND
3 CON5
PGND
GND0
C170 C169
C168
+
L3
1 2
R
4
3
6
VP12
VM12
1 CON1
+12V_CN1
2 CON1
-12V_CN1
GPL5
GND0
C16
C19
C17
C120
C18
C
2
1
+
C22
+
R
2
4
R23
VPL5
5 CON5
+24V
6 CON5
SGND_CN5
7 CON5
SGND_CN5
GPL5
4 CON5
VCC1
C167 C166
C165
+
R
4
6
5
A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
3-7-50
340
ISU PCB
1
/10
C21 C19
C23
GPL5
GPL5
GPL5
VPL0
VPL5
C24
R
2
6
C23
R
4
5
C22
C66
IC24
GPL5
TP26
1
2
3
4
OFFSET1
Ij
In
V_M
V_P
NC
OUT
OFFSET2
7
8
6
5
GPL5
GPL5
VP12
VM12
VM12
C57

+
C64
IC23
GPL5
TP5
1
2
3
4
OFFSET1
Ij
In
V_M
V_P
NC
OUT
OFFSET2
7
8
6
5
VP12
C55

+
C17
C18
1
2
1
0
1
2
3
49
50
51
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
52
32
31
30
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
29
MTC1
IOMR_
IORO_
AO0
AO1
AO2
AO3
V556
AO4
AO5
AO6
AO7
VDD4
V557
X1
ASB_
TO2
TO1
MTEST
VREFL2
VREFH2
DOUT1
VREFL1
VREFH1
VSS3
AYSS
VREFL
AIN
VREFH
AVDO
VDD2
DOUT2
4
5
6
7
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
R
6
5
R
6
0
R59 T
P
2
6
GPL5
VPL5
NF15 NF15
IC41
GPL5
R132
GPL5
GPL5
1
1
12
2
2
3
4
VO50
INV
NI
V_M
V_P
VOS1
VOUT
NC
7
8
6
5
VP12

+
C129
C
6
0
GPL5 VM12
C202
GPL5
VPL5
GPL5
GPL5
VPL5
C123
R
1
3
1
R
6
7
V
R
0
1
R
1
3
3
R
1
0
V
R
3
2
R138
IC39
R127
R134
GPL5
TP23
TP25 TP28
TP30
TP29
C132 C131
C138
+
+
1
2
1
2
1
2
C122
1
2
1
2
R
1
3
6
C134
1
C281
2
1
2
C128
1
2
IC42
GPL5
DI10
A1
4
1
X0
Y0
X1
Y1
X2
Y2
X3
Y3
VCC
CB
C1
C2
GND
C3
2
4
8
9
11
3
10
14
13
6
12
5
7
K1
1
A2
3
K2
2
1
2
3
4
VDS8
NV
NI
V_M
V_P
VOS1
VOUT
NC
7
8
6
5
VP12

+
GPL5
IC38
GPL5
1
2
3
4
VOS1
INV
N1
V_R
V_P
VOS2
OUT
NC
7
8
6
5
VP12

+
C119
GPL5
VM12
GPL5
C80
GPL5
C127
1
2
GPL5
GPL5
IC40
C126
VPL5
C125
CM1
CM1DL5
GND1
0
CM1
CM1DL5
CCK1
8
CM1
CM1DL5
GND1
7
CM1
CM1DL5
SI1_0
6
CM1
CM1DL5
VDD1
3
CM1
CM1DL5
VDD1
5
CM1
CM1DL5
GND1
10
CM1
CM1DL5
AVSS
4
CM1
CM1DL5
GND1
2
CM1
CM1DL5
FLFD
7
CM1
CM1DL5
GND_FL
2
CM1 R135
CM1DL5
SIG1
1
BS_1
R138
VPL5
VPL5
VM12
VM12
R139
R300
BS1
C124 1
2
1
2
3
5
4
I_O
VCC
CON1
O_I
VSS
SHOLD1
FLS
(0051O)
(00718)
IOWR_
(0053C)
IORD_
(0063B)
ASB_
IC4
0.1F
(0052G)
RESET_
(0065G)
SI
(0051D)
SI1
(0071D)
ADCCLK
(0051E)
CCLK1
(0071E)
AGCCS1_
(0051C)
AD(7:0)
(0051F)
ID1(7:0)
(0051R)
DI5
A1
4
K1
1
A2
3
K2
2
1
01234567
2356789
1
0
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
4
1
5
1
6 4
X
O
B
V
D
D
P
O
W
N
B
U
S
Y
V
S
S
1
V
D
D
1
IO
0
IO
1
IO
2
IO
3
V
S
S
2
IO
4
IO
5
IO
6
IO
7
A
T
C
C
S
2
_
4
8
4
7
4
6
4
4
4
3
4
2
4
1
4
0
3
9
3
8
3
7
3
6
3
5
3
4
3
3
4
5
V
S
S
5
A
G
C
C
S
_
T
E
S
T
3
V
D
D
3
S
1
T
E
S
T
2
C
L
K
IK
T
E
S
T
1
V
S
S
4
R
E
S
E
T
_
M
T
IN
I
T
O
6
T
O
5
T
O
4
T
O
3
A
O
C
C
L
K
TP1
A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
340
3-7-51
ISU PCB
2
/10
C10 C13
C9
GPL5
GPL5
GPL5
VPL0
VPL5
C11
R
2
6
C12
R
2
7
C16
C60
IC21
GPL5
1
2
3
4
OFFSET1
Ii
In
V_M
V_P
NC
OUT
OFFSET2
7
8
6
5
GPL5
VP12
VM12
C61
0.1F

+
C50
IC20
GPL5
1
2
3
4
OFFSET1
Ii
In
V_M
V_P
NC
OUT
OFFSET2
7
8
6
5
VP12

+
C14
C15
1
2
1
0
1
2
3
49
50
51
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
52
32
31
30
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
29
NTC1
IOWR_
IORD_
AO0
AO1
AO2
AO3
VSS6
AO4
AO5
AO6
AO7
VDD4
VSS7
X1
ASB_
TO2
TO1
MTEST
VREFL2
VREFH2
DOUT1
VREFL1
VREFH1
VSS3
AYSS
VREFL
AIN
VREFH
AVDO
VDD2
DOUT2
4
5
6
7
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
R
6
2
R53
T
P
4
GPL5
VPL5
NF13 NF14
IC22
GPL5
R120
GPL5
1
1
12
2
2
3
4
VOSO
INV
NI
V_M
V_P
VOS1
VOUT
NC
7
8
6
5
VP12

+
C82
C
6
9
GPL5
VM12
C205
GPL5
VPL5
GPL5
GPL5
VPL5
C113
R
1
1
2
R
6
4
V
R
1
3
1
2
GPL5
R118
IC37
R121
GPL5
TP20
TP21
TP24
TP22
C120 C118
C116
+
+
1
2
1
2
1
2
C112
1
2
1
2
R
1
2
4
C121
1
C204
2
1
2
R111
1
2
IC36
GPL5
D19
A1
4
1
X0
Y0
X1
Y1
X2
Y2
X3
Y3
VCC
C0
C1
C2
GND
C3
2
4
8
9
11
3
10
14
13
6
12
5
7
K1
1
A2
3
K2
2
1
2
3
4
VDS8
INV
NI
V_M
V_P
VOS1
VOUT
NC
7
8
6
5
VP12

+
GPL5
CM2
CM1DL5
GND2
9
CM2
CM1DL5
CCK2
8
CM2
CM1DL5
GND2
7
CM2
CM1DL5
SI2_0
6
CM2
CM1DL5
VDD2
3
CM2
CM1DL5
VDD2
5
CM2
CM1DL5
GND2
10
CM2
CM1DL5
AVSS
4
CM2
CM1DL5
GND2
2
CM2 R117
CM1DL5
SIG2
1
BS_1
R126
VPL5
TP01
VPL5
VM12
VM12
R122
R301
BS2
GPL5 VM12
C59
C114 1
2
SHOLD2
(0071B)
IOWR_
(0063C)
IORD_
(0063B)
ASB_
IC3
(0052G)
SI
(0051D)
SI2
(0071D)
ADCCLK
(0051E)
CCLK2
(0071E)
AGCCS2_
(0051C)
AD(7:0)
(0051F)
ID2(7:0)
(DOS1B)
D14
A1
4
K1
1
A2
3
K2
2
1
01234567
2356789
1
0
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
4
1
5
1
6 4
X
O
B
V
D
D
P
O
W
N
B
U
S
Y
V
S
S
1
V
D
D
1
IO
0
IO
1
IO
2
IO
3
V
S
S
2
IO
4
IO
5
IO
6
IO
7
A
T
C
C
S
2
_
4
8
4
7
4
6
4
4
4
3
4
2
4
1
4
0
3
9
3
8
3
7
3
6
3
5
3
4
3
3
4
5
V
S
S
5
A
G
C
C
S
_
T
E
S
T
3
V
D
D
3
S
1
T
E
S
T
2
C
L
K
IK
T
E
S
T
1
V
S
S
4
R
E
S
E
T
_
M
T
IN
I
T
O
6
T
O
5
T
O
4
T
O
3
A
O
C
C
L
K
RESET_
(0065G)
1 2
A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
3-7-52
340
ISU PCB
3
/10
C54 C5
C55
GPL5
GPL5
GPL5
VPL0
VPL5
C50
R
5
0
C52
R
5
3
C7
C51
IC16
GPL5
1
2
3
4
OFFSET1
Ii
In
V_M
V_P
NC
OUT
OFFSET2
7
8
6
5
GPL5
VP12
VM12
C53

+
C48
IC17
GPL5
1
2
3
4
OFFSET1
Ii
In
V_M
V_P
NC
OUT
OFFSET2
7
8
6
5
VP12

+
C3
C5
1
2
1
0
1
2
3
49
50
51
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
52
32
31
30
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
29
NTC1
IOWR_
IORD_
AO0
AO1
AO2
AO3
VSS6
AO4
AO5
AO6
AO7
VDD4
VSS7
X1
ASB_
TO2
TO1
MTEST
VREFL2
VREFH2
DOUT1
VREFL1
VREFH1
VSS3
AYSS
VREFL
AIN
VREFH
AVDO
VDD2
DOUT2
4
5
6
7
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
R
6
1
R68
T
P
3
GPL5
VPL5
NF12 NF9
IC19
GPL5
R107
GPL5
1
1
1
12
2
2
2
3
4
VOS0
INV
NI
V_M
V_P
VOS1
VOUT
NC
7
8
6
5
VP12

+
C54
C
5
7
GPL5
VM12
C207
GPL5
VPL5
GPL5
GPL5
GPL5 VPL5
C103
R
1
0
6
R
1
1
2
V
R
5
3
1
2
GPL5
R105
IC35
R108
GPL5
TP13
TP14
TP18
TP16
C108 C107
C106 +
+
1
2
1
2
1
2
C112
1
2
1
2
C109
1
R206
2
1
2
R101
1
2
IC34
GPL5
D18
A1
4
1 1
X0
Y0
X1
Y1
X2
Y2
X3
Y3
VCC
C0
C1
C2
GND
C3
2
4
8
9
11
3
10
14
13
6
12
5
7
2
1 2
K1
1
A2
3
K2
2
1
2
3
4
VDS0
INV
NI
V_M
V_P
VOS1
VOUT
NC
7
8
6
5
VP12

+
GPL5
CM3
CM1DL5
GND3
9
CM3
CM1DL5
CCK3
8
CM3
CM1DL5
SI3_0
6
CM3
CM1DL5
VDD3
3
CM3
CM1DL5
VDD3
5
CM3
CM1DL5
GND3
10
CM3
CM1DL5
AVSS
4
CM3
CM1DL5
GND3
7
CM3
CM1DL5
GND3
2
CM3 R104 TP01
CM1DL5
SIG3
1
BS_1
R113
TP01
VPL5
VPL5
VM12
VM12
R111
1 2
1 2
R302
R
1
1
0
BS3
TP12
GPL5 VM12
C40
C104 1
2
SHOLD3
(0071C)
IOWR_
(0063C)
IORD_
(0063B)
ASB_
IC2
(0052G)
SI
(0051D)
SI3
(0071D)
ADCCLK
(0051E)
CCLK3
(0071F)
AGCCS3_
(0051C)
AD(7:0)
(0051F)
ID3(7:0)
(DO51B)
D13
A1
4
K1
1
A2
3
K2
2
1
01234567
2356789
1
0
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
4
1
5
1
6 4
X
O
B
V
D
D
P
O
W
N
B
U
S
Y
V
S
S
1
V
D
D
1
IO
0
IO
1
IO
2
IO
3
V
S
S
2
IO
4
IO
5
IO
6
IO
7
A
T
C
C
5
2
_
4
8
4
7
4
6
4
4
4
3
4
2
4
1
4
0
3
9
3
8
3
7
3
6
3
5
3
4
3
3
4
5
V
S
S
5
A
G
C
C
S
_
T
E
S
T
3
V
D
D
3
S
1
T
E
S
T
2
C
L
K
IK
T
E
S
T
1
V
S
S
4
R
E
S
E
T
_
M
T
IN
I
T
O
6
T
O
5
T
O
4
T
O
3
A
O
C
C
L
K
RESET_
(0065G)
A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
340
3-7-53
ISU PCB
4
/10
C40 C43
C42
GPL5
GPL5
GPL5
VPL0
VPL5
C37
R
5
4
C35
R
5
5
C38
C39
IC15
GPL5
1
2
3
4
OFFSET1
Ii
In
V_M
V_P
NC
OUT
OFFSET2
7
8
6
5
GPL5
VP12
VM12
C41

+
C36
IC14
GPL5
1
2
3
4
OFFSET1
Ii
In
V_M
V_P
NC
OUT
OFFSET2
7
8
6
5
VP12

+
C45
C46
1
2
1
0
1
2
3
49
50
51
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
52
32
31
30
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
29
NTC1
IOWR_
IORD_
AO0
AO1
AO2
AO3
VSS6
AO4
AO5
AO6
AO7
VDD4
VSS7
X1
ASB_
TO2
TO1
MTEST
VREFL2
VREFH2
DOUT1
VREFL1
VREFH1
VSS3
AYSS
VREFL
AIN
VREFH
AVDO
VDD2
DOUT2
4
5
6
7
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
R
5
5
R57
T
P
2
GPL5
VPL5
NF10 NF11
IC16
GPL5
R96
GPL5
1
1
1
12
2
2
2
3
4
VOS0
INV
NI
V_M
V_P
VOS1
VOUT
NC
7
8
6
5
VP12

+
C44
C
4
7
GPL5
VM12
C209
GPL5
VPL5
GPL5
GPL5
GPL5
VPL5
C93
R
9
7
R
5
6
V
R
0
1
3
1
2
GPL5
R94
IC33
R98
GPL5
TP7
TP8
TP11
TP9
C99 C97 C96
+
+
1
2
1
2
1
2
C92
1
2
1
2
R
1
0
0
C100
1
C208
2
1
2
C91
1
2
IC32
GPL5
D17
A1
4
1
X0
Y0
X1
Y1
X2
Y2
X3
Y3
VCC
C0
C1
C2
GND
C3
2
4
8
9
11
3
10
14
13
6
12
5
7
K1
1
A2
3
K2
2
1
2
3
4
VDS0
INV
NI
V_M
V_P
VOS1
VOUT
NC
7
8
6
5
VP12

+
GPL5
CM4
CM1DL5
GND4
9
CM4
CM1DL5
CCK4
8
CM4
CM1DL5
SI4_0
6
CM4
CM1DL5
VDD4
3
CM4
CM1DL5
VDD4
5
CM4
CM1DL5
GND4
10
CM4
CM1DL5
AVSS
4
CM4
CM1DL5
GND4
7
CM4
CM1DL5
GND4
2
CM4 R95
CM1DL5
SIG4
1
BS_1
R99
TP01
VPL5
VPL5
VM12
VM12
R102
R303
BS4
TP10
TP6
100x2
GPL5 VM12
C34
C94 1
2
SHOLD4
(0071C)
IOWR_
(0063C)
IORD_
(0063B)
ASB_
IC1
(0052G)
SI
(0051D)
SI4
(0071D)
ADCCLK
(0051E)
CCLK4
(0071F)
AGCCS4_
(0051C)
AD(7:0)
(0051F)
ID4(7:0)
(DO51C)
D12
A1
4
K1
1
A2
3
K2
2
1
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1
1
2
1
3
1
4
1
5
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2
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4
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5
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6
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8
4
7
4
6
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4
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4
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6
7
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
3-7-54
340
ISU PCB
5
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RAM3A(14:0)
RAM4A(14:0)
RAM3D(7:0)
RAM2D(14:0)
RAM1R(14:0)
RAM1D(7:0)
ISUD(7:0)
RAM3WE_
RAM4WE_
RAM4OE_
RAM3OE_
RAM2WE_
RAM1WE_
RAM1OE_
CS
HSYNC_
TCLOCK
SPGT
RAM2OE_
CPU_O(7:0)
AD(7:0)
RESET_
IORD_
IOWA_
ASB_
CLK44M
CPU_ADD(6:0)
ID4(7:0)
ID3(7:0)
ID2(7:0)
RAM4D(7:0)
ID1(7:0)
AGCCS4_
AGCCS3_
AGCCS2_
AGCCS1_
ADCCLK
SI
IC11 CCLK
FLS
SHOLD
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76543210
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76543210
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2
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3
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4
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7
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8
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2
1
2
2
2
3
2
4
2
5
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6
2
7
2
8
2
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3
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3
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3
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3
3
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7
1
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1
5
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4
1
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3
1
1
2
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1
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0
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0
9
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8
1
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7
1
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6
1
0
5
VDD6
NC2
RAM3A13
RAM3A12
RAM3A11
RAM3A10
RAM3A9
RAM3A8
RAM3A7
GND12
RAM3A6
RAM3A5
RAM3A4
RAM3A3
RAM3A2
RAM3A1
RAM3A0
VDD5
RAM3WE_
RAM3OE_
RAM2D7
RAM2D6
RAM2D5
RAM2D4
RAM2D3
GND11
VDD4
RAM2D2
RAM2D1
RAM2WE_
RAM2OE_
RAM1A14
RAM1A13
RAM1A12
GND10
RAM1A11
RAM1A10
RAM1A9
RAM1A8
RAM1A7
RAM1A6
RAM1A5
GND9
RAM1A4
RAM1A3
RAM1A2
RAM1A1
RAM1A0
RAM1WE_
NC1
VDD3
RAM2D0
VDD10
NC3
RAM4D0
RAM4D1
RAM4D2
RAM4D3
RAM4D4
RAM4D5
GND19
RAM4D6
RAM4D7
ID30
ID31
ID32
ID33
ID34
VDD11
ID35
ID36
ID37
ID40
ID41
ID42
ID43
ID44
GND28
VDD12
ID45
ID46
AGCC51_
AGCC52_
AGCC53_
AGCC54_
GND21
SHOLD
FL5
CCLK
SI
ADCCLK
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
AD0
AD1
AD2
NC4
VDD13
ID47
104
103
102
101
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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6
7
6
5
4
3
0
2
1
13
14
12
11
10
9
8
7
5
4
3
2
1
0
6
NF37
BS_1 1 2
BS_1 1 2
BS_1 1 2
(0077E)
(0077G)
(0077G)
(0077A)
(0077B)
(0077D)
(0077D)
(0074D)
(0074G)
(0074G)
(0074D)
(0074D)
(0074A)
(0086C)
(0086B)
(0086A)
(0082A)
(S005)
(S004-100IXB. 002XB. 003XB. 004XB. 0073C)
(008XE)
(006XB)
(0065G1)
(0063B1)
(0063B1)
(S002)
(0063C1)
(S001)
(0069A)
(0073E)
(001XG)
(0074B)
(004XA)
(003XA)
(002XA)
(001XA)
(004XF)
(002XF)
(0077D)
(003XE)
(001XE)
(S003)
(S004)
76543210
76543210
1
4
1
3
1
2
1
1
1
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A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
340
3-7-55
ISU PCB
6
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0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
RA7
R11
R21
R31
R41
R51
R61
R71
R81
R12
R22
R32
R42
R52
R62
R72
R82
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
RA6
R11
R21
R31
R41
R51
R61
R71
R81
R12
R22
R32
R42
R52
R62
R72
R82
GPL0
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
1
2
4
6
8
11
13
15
17
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
3
5
7
9
12
14
16
18
_AEB_1
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VPL0
IC70
VPL0
VPL5
VPL5
VPL5
VPL5
C4
VPL5
VPL0
R
7
0
1
2
3
4
OUT1
II1
IN1
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NC
GND
1
4
8
5
VCC
OUT
VP
OUT2
II2
IN2
8
7
6
5
IC411Z
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1
5
R
6
9
R
5
0
R
3
3
R
4
3
R
3
5
R
3
7
R
4
4
R
3
8
R
4
5
R
8
1
R
8
3
R
8
2
R
8
4
R
8
5
R
8
6
R
8
7
R42
R36
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C79
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1
2
1
2
GPL0 GPL5
GPL0
GPL5
IC7
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IC7
IC7 IC7 IC7
IC7
GPL5
GPL0
GPL5
NF5
C30
C82
C81
C
7
0
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CNB8DB
IPU_RESET
C2
C28
NF29
C29
6 5
2 1
4 3 8 9 18 11
12 13
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A
3
2
IORD_
IOWR_
CLK44M
44MHz
(S002)
(0052H)
(S001)
CPU_AD(6:0)
IC9
CPU_ADD(6:0)
DB(7:0)
DSS0_(8:15)
CPU_D(7:0)
CS
ISU_RXD
ISU_TXD
RESET_
GPL0
GPL0 GPL0
GPL5
NF5
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
R
A
1
8
VPL5
1
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A
1
B
2
X1
DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
DB5
DB6
DB7
Y55
XOUT
XIN
P40_INT4
P41_INT0
RESET_
CNY55
P42_INT1
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
P37_RD_
P36_WR_
P35_STNC
P34
P33_RESETOUT_
P32_OMM_
P31_DA2_
P30_DA1_
VCC
VREF
AYSS
P67_AN7
P66_AN6
P65_AN5
P64_AN4
P63_AN3
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
A
O
0
A
O
1
A
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2
A
O
3
A
O
4
A
O
5
A
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6
A
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7
A
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8
A
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9
A
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1
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1
1
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1
2
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1
3
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1
4
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1
5
4
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4
7
4
6
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5
4
4
4
3
4
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3
8
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6
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1
1
2
1
3
1
4
1
5
1
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
(S003)
(0093C)
(0056H)
(0052H)
(0093D)
19
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1
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1
1
1
2
1
3
1
4
1
5
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
3-7-56
340
ISU PCB
7
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10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
25
24
21
23
2
26
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
11
12
13
15
16
17
18
19
28
VPL5
14
27
22
20
IC28
GPL5
GPL0
C83
C84
NF50
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8
8
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
IO1
IO2
IO3
IO4
IO5
IO6
IO7
IO8
VDD
GND
WE_
OE_
CE_
RAM1D(7:0)
RAM1A(14:0)
RAM1OE_
SHOLD
SHOLD1
SHOLD2
SHOLD3
SHOLD4
RAM1WE_
SC181KT
(005XG)
(005XD)
(005ID)
(001XG)
(002XF)
(003XE)
(004XF)
(005XG)
(005XF)
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
25
24
21
23
2
26
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
11
12
13
15
16
17
18
19
28
VPL5
14
27
22
20
IC29
GPL5
GPL0
C85 C86
NF57
R
8
9
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
IO1
IO2
IO3
IO4
IO5
IO6
IO7
IO8
VDD
GND
WE_
OE_
CE_
RAM2D(7:0)
RAM1A(14:0)
RAM2OE_
RAM2WE_
SC181KT
(005XG)
(005XD)
(005XD)
(005XC)
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
25
24
21
23
2
26
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
11
12
13
15
16
17
18
19
28
VPL5
14
27
22
20
IC31
GPL5
GPL0
C89 C90
NF55
R
9
1
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
IO1
IO2
IO3
IO4
IO5
IO6
IO7
IO8
VDD
GND
WE_
OE_
CE_
RAM3D(7:0)
RAM3A(14:0)
RAM3OE_
RAM3WE_
(0059R)
(005XB)
(005XB)
(005XB)
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
25
24
21
23
2
26
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
11
12
13
15
16
17
18
19
28
VPL5
14
27
22
20
IC30
GPL5
GPL0
C87 C88
NF53
R
9
0
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
IO1
IO2
IO3
IO4
IO5
IO6
IO7
IO8
VDD
GND
WE_
OE_
CE_
RAM4D(7:0)
RAM4A(14:0)
RAM4OE_
RAM4WE_
(0053B)
(0058A)
(0058A)
(0058A)
VPL0
IC13
19
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
GPL0
_OE
T_R
SI
SI1
SI2
SI3
SI4
(005ID)
(001XA)
(002XB)
(003XA)
(004XB)
VPL0
IC12
19
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
GPL0
_OE
T_R
CCLK CCLK1
CCLK2
CCLK3
CCLK4
(005ID) (001XA)
(002XA)
(003XA)
(004XA)
VPL0
IC71
19
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
GPL0
_OE
T_R
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
2
A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
340
3-7-57
ISU PCB
8
/10
VP12
VM12
5 CN5
CN5
CN5
CN5
CN5
CN5
AVCC
7 CN5
CON07F
CON07F
CON07F
CON07F
CON07F
CON07F
CON07F
AYSS1
GPL5
GPL5
GPL5
GPL5
C71
C139
C137
C70
C133
C69
+
C135
+
R
7
0
R146
NF73
VPL5
2
VCC2
3
4
6
SGND
SGND
SGND
GPL5
GPL5
1
VCC1
C72 C74
C73
+
R
7
4
NF40
NF39
NF17
R145
R73
R29
R7
18 CN5
GND6
27 CN5
GND6
29 CN5
GND6
31 CN5
GND6
33 CN5
GND6
1 CN5
GND6
10 CN5
GND6
12 CN5
GND6
14 CN5
GND6
16 CN5
GND6
HSYNC_
HSYNC_I
VPL5 VPL5
GPL5
GPL5
GPL5
IC5
NF23
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
CN6 15
HSYNC_I_
NF23
NF1
CN6 32
B1
A1
Y1
G
Y2
A2
B2
GND
VCC
B4
A4
Y4
_G
T3
A3
B3
(005XG)
(005XG)
(005XG)
(005XG)
IC6
IC26
IC25
VDD
INA
INB
INC
IND
EN
OUTA1
OUTA0
OUTB1
OUTB0
OUTC1
OUTC0
OUTD1
OUTD0
EN0
GND
2
3
6
5
10
11
14
13
12
8
C
2
6
C
2
5
VPL0
16
1
7
9
15
4
GPL0 GPL5
GPL0
CN6
TCLOCK_O
NF25
NF18
NF25
NF22
NF50
NF45
NF43
NF45
NF48
NF45
NF47
NF42
NF46
NF41
NF20
NF21
NF27
NF29
NF26
NF19
11
CN6
TCLOCK_O_
20
CN6
SPGT_O
13
CN6
CN6
CN6
CN6
CN6
CN6
CN6
CN6
CN6
CN6
CN6
CN6
CN6
CN6
CN6
CN6
CN6
SPGT_O_
30
VPL5
VDD
INA
INB
INC
IND
EN
OUTA1
OUTA0
OUTB1
OUTB0
OUTC1
OUTC0
OUTD1
OUTD0
EN0
GND
2
3
6
5
10
11
14
13
12
8
NF209
C
7
7
VPL0
16
1
7
9
15
4
0
1
2
3
GPL5
GPL5
ISUD0
ISUD0_
ISUD1
ISUD1_
ISUD2
ISUD2_
ISUD3
ISUD3_
ISUD4
ISUD4_
ISUD5
ISUD5_
0.1uF
0.01uF
ISUD6
ISUD6_
ISUD7
ISUD7_
SC100KT
2
19
3
20
4
21
5
22
VPL5
VDD
INA
INB
INC
IND
EN
OUTA1
OUTA0
OUTB1
OUTB0
OUTC1
OUTC0
OUTD1
OUTD0
END
GND
2
3
6
5
10
11
14
13
12
8
VPL0
16
1
7
9
15
4
3
2
1
0
GPL5
GPL5
5
23
7
24
8
25
9
26
ISUD(7:0)
TCLOCK
SPGT
C
7
6
R78
R32
C
2
7
GPL5
VPL5
C
7
5
R77
A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
3-7-58
340
ISU PCB
9
/10
ISU_RXD 3
GPL5
GPL5
DI1
A 2 K 1 3 COM
R11
IC8
R12
R13
CN7
CN88O8
CN88O8
CN7
RxD_TTL_IPU
4
GND7
CN88O8
CN7 6
GND7
VPL5
VPL5
2 1
IC8
4 3
ISU_TXD 1 CN7
CN88O8
TxD_TTL_IPU
2 CN7
CN88O8
GND7
IC10
1 2
C3
R20
NF4
NF3
(0068F)
(0068G)
A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
340
3-7-59
ISU PCB
10
/10
VPL5
GPL5
CP2 CP45 CP1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
CP3 CP5 CP4 CP7 CP34
A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
3-7-60
340
Backup PCB
CN2 - 6
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
CN2 - 7
CN2 - 8
CN2 - 9
CN2 - 10
CN2 - 11
CN2 - 12
CN2 - 13
CN2 - 14
CN2 - 15
CN2 - 16
CN2 - 17
CN2 - 18
CN2 - 19
CN2 - 20
CN2 - 21
CN1 - 20
CN1 - 2
CN1 - 1
CN1 - 7
BRD
BWE
RSL CN2 - 2
BWO
OE
CE
WE
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
CN1 - 8
CN1 - 16
NO CONNECT
CN1 - 17
CN1 - 18
CN1 - 19
CN2 - 1
10
27
20
22
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
25
24
21
11
14
20
12
13
15
16
17
18
19
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
23
2
26
1
A1
Vcc
GND
I/00
I/01
I/02
I/03
I/04
I/05
I/06
I/07
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
CN2 - 3
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
CN2 - 4
CN2 - 5
CN1 - 15
CN1 - 14
CN1 - 13
CN1 - 12
CN1 - 11
CN1 - 5
CN1 - 4
CN2 - 22
CN1 - 3
CN1 - 10
CN1 - 6
CN1 - 9
S
S
S S G
S G
S G
S G
S G
S G
IC3
OE
CE
WE
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
10
27
20
22
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
25
24
21
11
12
14
20
13
15
16
17
18
19
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
23
2
26
1
A1
Vcc
GND
I/00
I/01
I/02
I/03
I/04
I/05
I/06
I/07
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
IC1
S
+
C1
C3
C5
R2
R1
BAT1
R3
DA1
R4
C6
R8
TR1
R7
A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
340
3-7-61
Servo motor control 1 PCB
1
/3
CN3-5
CN4-1
CN3-6
CN4-3
CN4-4
CN3-7 LOCK ALARM
G
H
F
F
G
E
E
E
20
6 12
11
18
19
15
OVD
OVD
OVP
ST Cout
TP2-1
IC2
Dout Pout FBout ADD
5V
5V
5V
PWM
CL
RE
CLOCK
FG
FG
GND
TP2-2
17
5V
24V
CN4-2
D3
Q2
D4
R19
R18
R20
C11
OVD
1
2
3
9 10 7 16
OVD
R33
R32
R31
R30
C14
R34
R28
R27
Tr7
Tr10
Tr9
Tr5
Tr6
R55 C15
C13 OVD
OVD OVD
OVD
OVD
R21 R22
R23 R24
R35
C12
C10
R25 R26
OVD
OVD
OVD
OVD
OVD
OVD
R57
R56
OVD
+
5V
5V
5V
Tr11
OVD OVD
R29
C15
C16
DRM REM
DRM CLK
DRM FG
DRM FG
DRM (+)
DRM (-)
A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
3-7-62
340
Servo motor control 1 PCB
2
/3
CN3-1
CN1-1
CN3-2
CN1-3
CN1-4
C
D
B
B
C
A
D
A
20
6 12
11
18
19
15
OVD
OVD
OVP
ST Cout
TP1-1
IC1
Dout Pout FBout ADD
5V
5V
5V
PWM
CL
RE
CLOCK
FG
FG
GND
TP1-2
17
5V
OVP
CN2-1
CN1-2
CN2-2
24V
5V
D1
C1
F1
Q1
D2
R2
R1
JP1
OVP
CN2-3
NC
CN2-4
5V
CN2-5
OVD
24V
R3
C5
CX1~3 C3 C2
OVD
1
2
3
9 10 7 16
OVD
OVD
OVD
R16
R15
R14
R13
C8
R17
R12 R11
R10
Tr3
Tr1
Tr2
R54 C9
C7
OVD
OVD OVD
OVD
OVD
R4 R5
R6 R7
C6
C4
R8 R9
OVD
OVD
OVD
+
5V
5V
OVD OVD
DM REM
DM CLK
DM FG
DM FG
DM (+)
24V
DM (-)
5V
GS
GP
A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
340
3-7-63
Servo motor control 1 PCB
3
/3
CN3-3 FDM REM
FDM CLK
FDM FG
FDM FG
CN5-1 FDM (+)
FDM (-)
CN3-4
CN5-3
CN5-4
K
L
J
J
K
I
L
I
20
6 12
11
18
19
15
OVD
OVD
OVP
ST Cout
TP3-1
IC3
Dout Pout FBout ADD
5V
5V
5V
PWM
CL
RE
CLOCK
FG
FG
GND
TP3-2
17
5V
CN5-2
24V
D5
Q3
D6
R38
R37
R39
C18
OVD
1
2
3
9 10 7 16
OVD
R52
R51
R50
R49
C21
R53
R48 R47
R46
Tr14
Tr12
Tr13
R58 C22
C20
OVD
OVD OVD
GD
OVD
R40 R41
R42 R43
C19
C17
R44 R45
GD
GD
GD
+
5V
5V
GD GD
A
A A A
A
A
A A A
A
E
E E E
E
E
E E E
E
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
3-7-64
340
Output PCB
CN5-7
CN6-1
GND
24V
CN4-3 24V
CN7-1 24V
CN7-2 24V
CN1-1 24VR
CN1-2
CN3-3
CN3-4 24VR
CN1-3
CN1-4
CN2-1 24VR
CN2-2
CN3-1
CN3-2 24VR
CN2-3
CN1-5
CN2-4
CN4-1 GND
CN5-6
CN6-7
CN6-8
CN5-5
CN6-6
CN5-4
CN6-5
8
CN5-3
CN6-4
CN5-2
CN6-3
CN5-1
CN6-2
CN6-9
R1
1 16
2 15
3 14
4 13
5 12
6 11
7 10
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
R9
R10
R11
R12
R13
R14
R15
R16
R17
R18
R19
R20
R21
TR1
TR2
TR3
TR4
TR5
TR6
TR7
PCHL REM
RTL REM
FLH REM
DH REM
RH-U REM
RH-M REM
RH-L REM
PCHL
RTL
FLH
DH
RH-U
RH-M
RH-L
A
A A
A
A
A A
A
E
E E
E
E
E E
E
E A
E A
Xi 3648/8020 (MCA/MCE)
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
340
3-7-65
LPH power supply PCB
P4
1
2
3
C2
+
NC
-
CN-A
D1
D2
D3
T1 2/3
C5
F1
C1
L1
C3 C4
C9
C8
R1
R2
R3
C26
+ +
P3
R4
R6
R5
R7
Q1
+ +
D4
D5
D8
C27 C28
R9
R25
R23
R22
R10
R15
R16
R17
D7 D6
C10 R12
Z3 2/2
C11
C12
+
C14
R14
C13
R13
Z2 2/2
Z1
8
1 2 3 4
7 6 5
R11
P1
P2
T1 3/3
C6
C23
R8
R30 R28
R24
C7
S1
L3
D9
L4
R19
C18 C19
C17
R18 C15 C16
T1 1/3
+
C20 C21 R20
+ +
L2
Heat sink
Heat sink
Z2
1/2
Z4
R21
RV1
C22
R26
CN-V
R32
D10
TS1
Z3
1/2
R31 R27
Z5
R29
C24
L5
C25
+
CN-B
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
+5V
GND
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
3-7-66
340 Servo motor control 2 PCB
P G
S
OFM ENA
S
OFM SPEED2
IC1
S
OFM SPEED1
R8
R19
IC1
C16
S
PFM SPEED2
R14
R24 R34
IC1
C20
S
PFM SPEED1
R11
R22 R32
IC1
S
PFM ENA
R15
R25 R35
IC1
C21
S
PFM FG
R88
R90 R89
C49
S
OFM FG(A)
R77
S
OFM FG(B)
R80
C7
S
R13
S
R16
R26 R36
C3
C22
C B
E
S G
S
S G
S G
S G
S G
S G
S G
S G
S G
S G
S G
S G
S G
S G
S G
S G
S
S G
+
S G
+
S G
S
S G
S
S
S G
S
S G
S G

+
S
S G S
S G
S
S G
P G
24V
S
S
S
S
S
P G

+
P G
PFM(+)
PFM(-)
P G P G P G

+
P G
DCM2PCB TXD
SG
B C
S G
E
B C
E
S S S
S G S G
DCM2PCB RXD
SG
S S
S G S G S G
+

S G
8
4
+

8
4
+

8
11
P G P G
S
S G
14
7
S
S G
14
7
S
S G
14
7
S
S G
14
7
S
S G
20
10
S
S G S G S G

+
OFM F ON
OFM R ON
S
S
P G
P G
P G
P G
P G P G
S
S

+
S
S G
24V
S
S
S
R12
R23 R33
S
S G
+
S G
S G
+
P G
24V
S G
+
S
S G
+
S
S G
S
+ +
+
P G
+
P G
S G
P G
+
OFM F ON
2
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
19
18
17
16
2
0
OFM R ON
TXD
RXD
( 10)CTS *
P07
P06
P10
P11
P12
P13
P14
P15
P16
P17
P20/NMI
P21/INTE0
P22/INTE1
P23/INTE2
P24/TxD
RFSH
P27/CTS
P26/SCK
P25/RxD
2
1
2
2
2
3
2
4
2
5
2
6
2
7
2
8
2
9
3
0
3
1
3
2
A
V
s
s
/C
I0
P
3
0
P
3
1
/C
T
R
L
0
P
3
2
/C
I1
P
3
3
/C
T
R
L
1
X
1
X
2
V
s
s
A
N
0
A
N
1
A
N
2
A
N
3
A
V
re
f
6
4
6
3
6
2
6
1
6
0
5
9
5
8
5
7
5
6
5
5
5
4
5
3
A
D
2
P
0
5
P
0
4
P
0
3
P
0
2
P
0
1
P
0
0
V
d
d
A
D
7
A
D
6
A
D
5
A
D
4
A
D
3
5
2
A
D
7
A
D
6
A
D
5
A
D
4
A
D
3
A
D
2
A
D
1
A
D
0
RESET
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44 A15
43 A14
42 A13
41 A12
40 A11
39 A10
38 A9
34
35
36
37 A8
AD0
AD1
ALE
WR
RD
RESET
EA
A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
PWM0/P34
PWM1/P35
TO0/CLR0/P36
TO1/CLR1/P37
33
AD0 3
AD1 4
AD2 7
AD3 8
AD4 13
AD5 14
AD6 17
AD7 18
11
1
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
C-EN
-OC
2 A0
5 A1
6 A2
9 A3
12 A4
15 A5
16 A6
19 A7
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8
1
A12 2
A7 3
A6 4
A5 5
A4 6
A3 7
A2 8
A1 9
A0 10
AD0 11
AD1 12
AD2 13
14
28
27 A14
26 A13
25 A8
24 A9
23 A11
22
21 A10
20 A15
19 AD7
18 AD6
17 AD5
16 AD4
15 AD3
VPP
A12
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
D0
D1
D2
GND
VCC
A14
A13
A8
A9
A11
OE
A10
CE
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
G
S
D
G
S
D
S
D
G S
D
G
CN4-1 OFM(+)
CN4-2 OFM(-)
G S
D
2
3
1
2
1
2
2
3
1
2
2
3
F ON
TXD
RXD
3
2
1
2
CN1-3
CN1-6
CN3-3 PCM 5V
CN3-5 PCM SG
CN4-5 SM 5V
CN4-6 SM SG
CN1-1 24V
CN1-4 PG
CN1-2 24V
CN1-5 PG
5V
SG
DCM2PCB RESET
CN2-2
CN2-3
CN2-1
CN2-7
CN2-4
CN2-8
CN3-4
CN4-3
CN4-4
12MHz
VCC
GND
Out
I O G
CN3-1
CN3-2
CN2-10
CN2-11
CN2-12
CN2-13
CN2-9
CN2-5
CN2-6
RESET
2
1
3
24V
24V
TR3
11 10
13 12
9 8
3 4
1 2
5 6
5 6
3 4
5 6
IC11
1 2
IC2
9 8 5
4
IC7
6
1
2
IC7
3
IC2
10 11
IC2
12 13 R41
D21
R42
C4
R43
R9
R20 R30
IC1
C17
R10
R21 R31
C18
R29
IC1
IC1
C19
IC1

IC2
R76 R75
IC11
C6
R79 R78
IC11
C7
C B
TR3
11 10
13 12
9 8
4
2
6
6
3 4
5 6
IC3
TP2
F1
C14 C47
F2
C15 C48
D22
D25
TR15
R109
R108
C10 C44
D24
R110
C45 C11
C8
C13
R87
R7 TR14
C41 C40 C12
D23
IC13
IC8
X1
C30 C29
C5
R97
R91
R92
R103
R95
R96
R94
R93
TP1
R81
C36
C46 C9
R107
JP1
IC14
C43
IC6
R104
R105
R106
R102
R101
R100
R99
R98
R45
R44
DA4
C28
IC4 IC4
8
9
10
R48
D5
IC4
7
6
5
R47
R46
C27
DA4
C24
C25 C35 C38
C31 C37 C42
C39 C26 C32
IC10 IC9 IC2 IC7 IC6
IC1
IC11
IC12 IC5 IC4
IC2
4 3
IC2
2 1

R28 R27
R18 DA6
R17 DA5
R67 R66
IC5
1
2
3
TR1
TR2
R1
D3
FTI
DA1
DA1
R37
C1
R64 R65
R40
R39 1 16
IC15
3 4
10
R73 R63
R38
5 6
10
5 6
9
R68
R74
7
6
5
IC5
R82
3 4
9
1 2
9
9 8
9
1 2
10
R71 R72 R70 R69
4 13
IC15
3 14
IC15
R50
R51
R52
D11
D10
FT3
D9 D20
FT4
R4
R53
C2
D26
D12
R54
R56
D14
D15
D27
D13
DA2 DA3
DA3
D17
DA2
D16
D8
D7
R3
R49
R2 R6
C23 C33
D18
D19
R57
R5
D6
D4
2 15
IC15
5 12
IC15
R83
R84
5
6
7
IC12
3
2
1
IC12
R85
R86
D1
D2
D28
9
12
IC7
10
13
S G
S G
S G
9 8
11 10
13 12
13 12
11 10
9 8
IC10
IC11
9
8
S
S G S G
12
13
11
IC4
11 10
13 12
IC9
DA5
DA6
IC15
FT2
P G
+
C51
C50
C52
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
3-7-67
340 Operation unit PCB
LED1
LED4
LED5
SW3
LED10
LED42
LED6
LED43
LED11
LED12
LED13
LED6
LED7
LED8
LED9
LED14
LED15
LED16
LED17
LED18
LED19
LED20
LED21
LED29
LED30
LED41
LED26
LED34 LED36
LED35 LED37 LED39
LED38 LED40
LED28
LED27
LED31
LED32
LED33
LED2
LED3
SW5 SW7 SW9
SW12
SW11 SW16
LED23
SW1
SW2
SW17
SW18
SW14
SW15
SW19
SW38
SW13
SW4
SW22
SW25
SW20 SW21 SW26 SW27 SW28
SW24 SW23
SW6 SW8 SW10
SW29 SW30 SW31
SW32 SW33 SW34
SW35 SW36 SW37
LED24
LED25
LED22
LED14
LED22
LED29
LED37
LED5 LED4 LED3
4 4
LED2 LED1
(1/1)
LEFT PCB
R12
DT4
DT3
R1
C1 C2
IC3 IC4
C3 C4 VCC
GND
VCC
GND
14
7 7
6
5 4 3 2 1 42 41 40 39 38
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
37
14
2
4
5
6
3
1
13 12 11 10 9 8 7
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
14
R2
IC4
IC3
C5
IC4
IC4
IC4
R3
R5
R7
SW38
R4
RIGHT
PCB
(2/2)
LED13
LED21
LED28
LED36
LED43 LED42 LED41 LED40 LED39 LED38
R21

R61

R22

R62

R23

R63

R24

R64

R25

R65

R26

R66

R27

R67

R28

R68

LED12
LED20
LED27
LED35
LED11
LED19
LED26
LED34
LED10
LED18
LED33
LED9
LED17
LED25
R G
LED32
LED8
LED16
LED24
LED31
LED7
LED15
LED23
LED30
DT28 DT27 DT26 DT25 DT24 DT23 DT22 DT21
LD7
LD6
LD4
LD3
LD2
LD1
LD0
LD5
R14
DT6
DT5
R16
DT8
DT7
R10
DT2
EMC
C9
C8
R29
RS

LCD MODULE
C15
Vdd
V0
Vss
R/W
E
D
0
D
1
D
2
D
3
D
4
D
5
D
6
D
7
RS
P81
P80
3
4 5
1 GND
RS
Key4
Dig5
Dig4
P81
P80
SB1
SB0
SCK
Stop Key
Key3
P50
P51
P52
P53
P60/KR0
P61/KR1
P62/KR2
P63/KR3
P70/KR4
P71/KR5
P72
/KR6
Key2
Key1
Key0
N
C
VD
D
D
ig3
D
ig2
D
ig1
D
ig0
P73/KR
7
X2X1
R
ESET
XT2
XT1
VSS
P40
P41
P42
P43
OUT
Vdd
IC2
DT1
CN1-2
CN1-6
CN1-8
CN1-4
CN1-1
CN1-7
CN1-5
CN1-3
OPCB RXD
IC1
SG
SG
SG
SV
OPCB TXD
OPCB CLK
OPCB STOP
C6
C7
C13
R6
R8
+
R18
DT10
DT9
R51
R56
R20 DT12
DT11
R52
R57
R53
R58
R54
R59
R55
R60
R35
C14
LD4
LD0
LD1
LD2
LD3
LD5
LD6
LD7
R
30
R
31
R
32
R36
R43
1
2 SW1
RIGHT
PCB
(1/2)
SW2
SW3
SW4
SW5
SW6
SW7
SW8
R44
R45
R46
R47
R48
R49
R50
R37
DT14
R38
R39
R40
R41
R42
DT13
DT15
DT16
DT17
DT18
DT19
DT20
SW9
SW10
SW11
SW12
SW13
SW14
SW15
SW16
SW17
SW18
SW19
SW20
SW21
SW22
SW23
SW24
SW25
SW26
SW27
SW28
SW29
SW30
SW31
SW32
SW33
SW34
SW35
SW36
SW37
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
3-7-68
340 Power source PCB
1
/2
NC
NC
LIVE
COM
D1
F1
L1
D2
Z1
11 14
12 13 8 7 4 6 5
9 10 1 2 3
R44
L2
CN1
1
2
3
4
L3
C1 BG1
BG2
BG3
E1
C2
C4
C5
C6 L18
R1
D1
R2
C3
CR1
C7 R4
R3
L4
C8 R6
R7
R5
C56
H.B 2 H.B A
C57
R9 R10
D4 R11
D5
R12 R13
Q1
Q2
C11
C12
R14
C13
R8 C9 C10
L5
TP1

R15
R16
R27
R28
R29
R30
C20
R32
R31
TB1 RV1
R43
R42
R41
U-2
R40
+
C26 R37 R36
Z5 1/2
Z2 2/2 Z9 2/2
Z5 2/2
R91 R39
R38
R90
C22
C23
+
R33
D11
R34 R35
C24
+
C25
R24 D6
Z2 1/2
C55
R45
D9
Z3 2/2
Z10
2/2
5 3 2 7 5 4
10 9 8 1
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
C15
D6
T1 2/3
T1 /1/3
C16
C17
R23
Q4 R18
R19
Q3
D7
R17
C14
+
TP2
R20 R21
R22
C18
Z4
C19
R26
Z3
1/2
C21
T1
3/3
D10
R88
R87 R86
R83
R84
R85 C50 Z12
3/4
Z12
4/4
C52
R89
UV UV
UV UV
R74
R70
R75
C49
Z12
1/4
Z12
2/4
R82
R81 R80
Z11
C51
+ R72 R73
D28
R71
R68
R67
R68
D27
Z10
1/2 R76
C53
R77 R78
R79
+
C48
D33 D32 D31 D30 D29
D26 D25
+
C45 D23
Z8
Z7
D21
R65
D24
+
C46
R66
L17
D19
D18
D20
+
L16 C44 R64 D22 C45
+
+ +
U-3
1 2 3 4 5
6
7
+
R63
C43
C41
C42
R60 D17
C40 C37
L14
R61
Q5
L15
R62
L13
L11
L9
D13
R49
C34
C33
D16
C32 C31 R48
L8
R46 C27 C28
C29
C30
R47
L10
L7
D12
L6
Z9
1/2
R50
L12
R51
R52
D14
R53 D15
RV2
L13
+
C39
CN2
+24V
NC
NC
GND
CN3
CN4
CN5
CN6
CN7
R59 C38
R57
R55
Z6
C35 R54
+
+
C36
R56
1
2
3
4
+24V
+24V
+24V
GND
+24V
+24V
+24V
+24V
+24V
+5.1V
+5.1V
+5.1V
+5.1V
+5.1V
+12V
-12V
+5.1V
+5.1V
+5.1V
GND
1
2
3
4
5
6
GND 7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
GND 8
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
9
C54
+
+
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
3-7-69
340 Power source PCB
2
/2
D1
4 5 7 2 3
C4
6
CN1
R1
R2
R3
C1
+
Q2
R9 R8
C5
R11
R10 R12
C6
R13
R14 C7
+
7 8 6 5 4 3 2 1
10 9 11 12 13 14 15 16
Z1
C8
+
C9 R15 R18
R17
R16
RV1
R7
R4
R5
C3
R6
C2
Q1
10 9 8 1
D1
D2
D3
1 2 3 4 5 6
7
C3
C8
C6
C5
CN1
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
8 7 5 6 4 3 2 1
Z1
8 7 6 5
1 2 3 4
Z1
C7
RV1
R1 R2
R12
R7
R8 R9
R15
R14
R17
R18
R11
R16
R19
R13
R10
R3
R4
R5 R6
C2
C4
C1
Q1
+
+
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
3-7-70
340
1
2
RD
YW
24VR
RTL REM
RD
BE
1
2
3
4
5
6
RD
YW
OE
PK
BE
PE
RD
YW
OE
GN
BE
WE
RD
YW
WE
BE
GN
OE
1
2
3
1
2
3
24VR
PCFM
PCFM H/L
RTL
PCFM
PCSW
FTH3
FTH4
BYPTIMSW
STHVT
BYPRSW
GS
PCSW
5V
LB
GN
OE
RD
BK
BE
YW
BE
GY
BE
1
2
3
4
FTH3
GS
FTH4
GS
YW
BE
1
2
BK
BK
YW
BE
1
2
BK
BK
OE
PE
BE
1
2
3
1
2
3
OE
GY
BE
5V
BYPTIMSW
GS
RD
BE
YW
YW
GN
GN
BE
RD
BE
YW
YW
GN
GN
BE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
YW
YW
GN

RD
BE
1
2
3
4
5
6
TC REM
SC REM
ST ALARM

24VR
GP
GN
BK
YW

RD
BE
RD
BE
GN
BK
YW
1
2
3
4
5
BLACK
GRAY
YELLOW
GREEN
BLUE
WHITE
PINK
RED
ORANGE
LIGHT BLUE
PURPLE
BK
GY
YW
GN
BE
WE
PK
RD
OE
LB
PE
BE
GN
1
2
3
4


GS
BYPRSW
BK
BK
1

1
0

1
1

1
2

1
3

1
4

1
5

1
6

1
7

1
8

1
9

2
0

2
1

2
2

2
3

2
4
B
K

P
E

Y
W

Y
W

B
E

G
Y

P
E

G
N

O
E

Y
W

B
K

Y
W

P
K

P
E

B
E

Y
W

Y
W

G
N

R
D
1

1
0

1
1

1
2

1
3

1
4

1
5

1
6
W
E

B
E

P
E

G
N

Y
W

R
D

W
E

Y
W

B
E

G
Y

G
N

Y
W
C
1
0
2
C
1
0
1
A
C
(
L
)



F
F
M
H
/L

R
-
L
a
m
p
R
E
M

F
T
H
1

G
S

F
T
H
2

E
S
W

E
P
S

5
V

F
F
M
-
R

F
F
M
-
L

A
C
(
L
)



P
C
F
M

P
C
S
W

P
C
F
M
H
/L

G
P

T
C
R
E
M

S
C
R
E
M

S
T
A
L
A
R
M


2
4
V
R

H
1



G
S

B
Y
P
T
IM
S
W

B
Y
P
R
S
W

O
S
S
W
1

2
4
V
R

H
2



F
T
H
3

G
S

F
T
H
4

O
S
S
W
2

R
T
L
R
E
M
W
E
W
E
W
E
F
T
S
W
2
1
4
5

C
/2
9
3

F
1
4
5

C
/2
9
3

F
F
T
S
W
1
W
E
W
E
H
1
H
2
W
E
W
E
BK
11
11
B
K

B
K
1

2
G
Y

G
Y
B
K

B
K
1

2
G
Y

G
Y
B
K

B
K
1

4
F
T
H
1

G
S

F
T
H
2

G
S
Y
W

B
E

G
Y

B
E
1

2
G
S

E
S
W
B
E

P
E
1

3
1

3
1

3
5
V

F
P
S

G
S
O
E

Y
W

B
E
O
E

G
N

B
E
R
D

B
K

B
E
R
D

B
K

B
E
2
4
V
R

F
F
M
-
L

F
F
M
-
L
H
/L
1

3
R
D

B
K

B
E
R
D

B
K

B
E
2
4
V
R

F
F
M
-
R

F
F
M
-
R
H
/L
1

4
1

3
1

3
1

3
1

3
1

2
R
D

B
K

B
E

G
N

R
D

Y
W

P
E

Y
E
2
4
V
R

R
-
L
a
m
p
R
E
M
R
D

G
N
5
V

O
S
S
W
1

G
S
5
V

O
S
S
W
2

G
S
O
E

Y
W

B
E
O
E

Y
W

B
E
O
E

Y
W

G
N

B
E
O
E

Y
W

G
N

B
E
1

5
O
E

G
N

B
E
O
E

G
N

B
E
OSSW2 OSSW1
R-Lamp
FFM-L
FPS
FFM-R
ESW
FTH1 FTH2
1 1
1 1
Detachable unit wiring diagram
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
General connection diagram 340-3
3-7-71
E
E
A
A
E
A
E
A
A
E
E
A
E
A
E
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
5V

GS
12V
GS
-12
C17 C11 C19 C20
C6
C5
C1 C2 C3 C4
C7
(OR C12)
1 60 1 100
C15
C16
C14
C13
C4-10A

C3-1
C4-11A
C2-12
C2-11
C2-14
C2-13
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
1
2
3
4
KC COUNT
24VR
KC DET
GS
TC COUNT
24VR 24VR


24V
DH
FLTH
GS
24V
FLH REM
24V
24V
X
W
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5
1 2 3 4 1 2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3
T U V W X Y Z
GP
24V
CN6
CN5 CN3
CN7
24VR
24VR
24VR
24VR
24VR
1
2
3
4
5
24VR
24VR
24VR
24VR
1
2
3
4
CN2
CN1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
CN4 3
2
1
2
1
4
3
2
1
24V(H)

GP(H)
24V(H)
24V(H)
24VR

24VR
CN4
CN2
CN1 DCM2PCB
CN3
1
2
3
4
5
6
OFM(+)
OFM(-)
OFM A
OFM B
5V
GND
24VR

5V
GP

GS
GP
24VR
24VR
OFM SPEED1
OFM ENA
OFM SPEED2
PFM SPEED1
DCM2PCB RESET
PFM SPEED2
PFM ENA
DCM2PCB TXD
GS
DCM2PCB RXD
GS
C8-1
C8-2
C8-3
C8-4
C8-5
C8-6
C8-7
C8-8
C6-20
SSW
1
SSW
2
C3-23
C3-24
C3-25
C3-26
C3-27
C3-28
C3-29
C3-30
C3-31
C3-32
C3-33
C3-18
C4-15A
C4-14B
C4-14A
C4-13A
C4-13B
C4-12B
C4-12A
PFM(+)
PFM(-)
5V
PFM FG
GND
SV
OPCB TXD
GS
OPCB RXD
GS
OPCB CLK
GS
OPCB STOP

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
LPH C22
C21
GS
GS
GS
GS
5V
5V
5V
5V
L
N
F.G
1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
1 2
1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
5V
5V
5V
5V
GS
GS
GS
GS

+12
GS
-12V
24V
GPLN24V
24V
24V
24V
GP
GP
GP
24V
24V
24V
24V
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP5V
5V
5V
5V
GS
GS
GS
GS
CN6 CN3
CN2 CN1 CN4
CN7
SSW
6
SSW
3
SSW
4
CN5
GS
RH-L REM
RH-M REM
RH-U REM
DH REM
FLH REM
RTL REM
PCHL REM
S
Z
212121
5V5V5V
SSR3* 2
24VR
24VR
LPH
L
N
L
N
24V
GP
5V
5V
5V
5V
GS
GS
GS
GS
S2 S3
S1 S4
S2 S3
S1 S4
SSR2
SSR1
4 3 2 1
1
2
3
4
C4-16B
C5-1
C5-2
C5-3
C5-4
C5-5
C5-6
C5-7
C1-1
C1-2
C4-17B
C4-17A
C4-16A
C4-8B
C4-7B
C4-3AC4-5A
C4-5B
C4-9B
C2-5
C2-3
C2-6
C3-16
C3-17
C4-6A
C3-15
C4-6B
C4-1B
C4-2B
C3-3
C3-14
C3-34
C2-7
C2-4
C2-8
C3-21
C3-22
C1-1
C1-13
C2-1
C2-9
C1-12
C1-4
C1-5
C1-6
C1-7
C1-8
C1-9
C1-10
C1-16
C1-11
C1-17
C1-18
SV
24VR
GP
C1-24
C1-19
C1-20
C1-21
C1-22
C2-6
C2-4 GS
C2-5
C2-12
C2-13
C2-14
C2-7
C2-15
24VR C2-8
C2-16
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
1
2
1
2
1
2
3
4
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
1
2
24VR
FFM-R
FFM-R H/L
24VR
FFM-L
FFM-L H/L
24VR
R-Lamp REM
FTH1
GS
1
2
FTH2
GS
GS
ESW
5V
FPS
GS
24VR
RCFM
H/L
GS
PCSW
5V
TC REM
SC REM
ST ALARM

24VR
GP

GS
BYPRSW
5V
BYPTIMSW
GS
FTH4
GS
FTH3
GS
5V
OSSW1
GS
5V
OSSW2
GS
24VR
RTL REM Y
C6-9
C4-8A
C4-9A
C3-19
C3-20
C3-10
C3-9
C3-4
C3-5
C6-10
C6-11
C7-16
C6-8
C3-6
C6-12
C6-13
C7-17
C7-15
C7-20
C7-21
24VR
24VR
24VR
FCL-M
24VR
RW
CL-M
24VR
CCL
24VR
FCL-L
24VR
RW
CL-L
24VR
24VR
24VR
24VR
24VR
RPCCL
5V
GS
5V
PS-L
GS
5V
GS 5V
GS
5V
PS-M
GS
5V
RLDSW
-L
GS5V
PSSW
1-L
GS5V
PSSW
2-L
GS
1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5
1 2 3 4 5
1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 1 2
1 2
1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3
1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 2 3 4 5
1 2
1
2
24V
RH-U REM
V
U T
24VR
FCL-U
24VR
RW
CL-U
24VR
24V
24V
RH-M REM
24V
PH-L REM
24V
5V
PSSW
1-U
GS5V
PSSW
2-U
GS5V
PS-U
GS5V
RLDSW
-U
GS
5VGSGS24V
GS
C7-14
C7-18
C7-19
C7-13
C7-12
C6-5
C6-4
C6-6
C6-3
C6-2
C6-1
C6-14
C6-7
C6-18
C7-22

5V
GS5V
GS5V
GS
5V
CHPSW
2
GS5V
CHPSW
1
GS
24VR
CFM
24VR
24VR
LPHFM
24VR
24VR
24VR
BYPRCL
24VR
24VR
RCL
1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3
1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2
1 2 1 2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1 2 3 4 5 6
4 3 2 1
F.G
F.G
FL
S 5V
RLDSW
-M
GS5V
PSSW
1-M
GS5V
PSSW
2-M
GS
24VR
24VR
24VR
CSOL1
24VR
CSOL2
24VR
SSOL
24VR
PCHL
24VR
GP
24VR
GP
FL REM
FL CONT
C7-4
C7-5
C7-6
C7-7
C7-1
C7-2
C7-8
C6-17
C7-23
C6-19
C4-3B
C4-4B
C2-19
C2-18
C2-17
C2-1
C2-2
C4-1A
C4-2A
C2-16
C2-15
C2-9
C2-10
C3-12
C3-13
C3-7
C3-8
C4-7A
C3-11
C7-11
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5
3 2 1 1 2
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4 5
1 2
1
2
1
2
1 2 3
1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
CN3 CN2
CN1 CN4 CN5
F.G
24VR 24VR
OFCL
GS
GS
24VR
GP
24VR
GP
MC REM
GRID CONT
MC ALARM
1 2 3 4 5
24VR
GP
24VR
GP
DB REM
DB CHG
DB CONT
24V
24V
TNS
GSGS
DTH24V
DPS
GS
GP
GS
ETTH
24V
GP5V
GS
5V
OLDSW

GS5V
OTDSW

GS
1 2 3
5V
GSGS
GS
TDTDSW

GS
OFS
24VR
GP
5V
GS
24VR
GP
5V
GS DM REM
DM CLK
FDM REM
FDM CLK
DRM REM
DRM CLK
LOCK ALARM
DM(+)
DM(-)
DM FG
DM FG
DRM(+)
DRM(-)
DRM FG
DRM FG
FDM(+)
FDM(-)
FDM FG
FDM FG
1 4
2 3
1 4
2 3
2 4
1 3
1
1 2
2
1
BUPCB
ISUPCB
INTERFACE
CONTROLLER
(OPTION)
MEMORY
UNIT
(OPTION)
CIS UNIT
LPHROMPCB
OPCB
PRY3
OFM PFM
OPPCB
PSPCB ISUPCB
SSW5
PRY2
PRY1
LPHPSPCB
FTSW1
145C/293F
FTSW2
145C/293F
H1 H2
DETACHABLE UNIT
TNS DTH
DBHVT
DB
TM
DEVELOPING
UNIT
DPS
DPSPCB
ETTH
OFCL
RSW
OHSW
OLDSW OTDSW TDTDSW OFS
RTL
OSSW1
OSSW2
FTH4
FTH3
BYPTIMSW
BYPRSW
STHVT
PCSW
PCFM
ESW
FPS
FTH2
FTH1
R-Lamp
FFM-L
FFM-R
MC GRID
DCM1PCB
INPCB
CFM BYPRCL
C6-15
24VR
REM
24VR
1 2
LPHFM2 RCL LPHFM1
DM DRM FDM
MPCB
KC
(OPTION)
TC
24VR

GS

DH
FLTH
FLH
RPCCL FCL-M RWCL-M PS-M CCL FCL-L*1 RWCL-L*1 PS-L*1
RLDSW-L*1 PSSW1-L*1 PSSW2-L*1

*1: OPTION
*2: 230 V, 50 Hz models only.
RLDSW-M PSSW1-M PSSW2-M
CHPSW2 CHPSW1
PCHL SSOL CSOL
CLEANING UNIT
RH-U
RHSW-U
FCL-U RWCL-U PSSW1-U PSSW2-U PS-U RLDSW-U
FIRST ROLL UNIT
SECOND ROLL UNIT THIRD ROLL UNIT
(OPTION)
RHSW-M RHSW-L
RH-M RH-L
NF
2
1
S2 S3
S1 S4
1 2
FR*2
24V
C4-4A
CN2
DRPCB
CN1
1
2
3
4
L

N
1
2
3
GP(H)

24V(H)
1
2
3
4
+
L
N
L
N
MSW
L
N
L
N
DRSW
1
2
3
1
2
3
L

N
F.G
MEMORY UNIT (OPTION)
MPCB
(C19)
1 2 3
A B C D E F G H I J
A B C D E F G H I J
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
General wiring diagram 340-3
3-7-72
E
E
A
A
E
A
E
A
A
E
E
A
E
A
E
A
PK

PE
OE
YW
BE
1
2
3
4
5
6

1
2
3
4

(R.M)
PFM(-)

PFM(+)
5V
PFM FG
Gs
ETTH
Gs
Gp
Gs
DPS
24V
(JC6)
(JC4)
(JC)
JUNCTION CONNECT

1 2
YW
BE 6
5
4
3
2
1
BE.C1-4(SP.P)
BE.C1-3(SP.P)
YW.C1-2(SP.P)
YW. -9(C.U)
RD. (LD.SSW)
RD. -1 (H.SSW)
RD.C1-1(SP.P)
PK.C3-2 (ORM.P)

PE.C3-1 (ORM.P)
OE.C3-3 (ORM.P)
YW.W15
BE.C3-5(ORM.P)
YW.C2-10(M.P)
BE.C2-9(M.P)
BE.W14
BE.C2-15(M.P)
YW.C2-16(M.P)
RD.W17
YW.C6-8(OUT.P)
RD. (C.SSW)

PK.C4-17B(M.P)
24VR
Gp

5V
Gs
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
RD.C1-4(OUT.P)
BE.W3

OE.W5
BE.W8
PE.C7-4(M.P)
YW.C7-5(M.P)
PE.C7-6(M.P)
YW.C7-7(M.P)
PE.C7-1(M.P)
YW.C7-2(M.P)
PK.C7-8(M.P)
C2
C3
(M.D.F.M.P)
DCM1PCB
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
PK
PE
BN
BN

PK
PE
BN
BN

PK
PE
BN
BN

C1
C4
C5
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
2
1
3
4
RD
BK
BN
BN
RD
BK
BN
BN
BK
RD
BN
BN
(D.M)
(F.M)
(M.M)
W11 W12
PK.C7-1(DC.P)
PK.C1-1(M.P)
PK. -5(ISU9)
PK.C7-3(DC.P)
PK.C1-2(M. P)
PK. -7(ISU9)
PFM
(R.M) ETTH
PCHL
SSW24V

SSW24V
DM
DRM
FDM
DRM REM
DM CLK
FDM REM
FDM CLK
DRM REM
DRM CLK
LOCK ALARM
DM(+)
DM(-)
DM FG
DM FG

FDM(+)
FDM(-)
FDM FG
FDM FG

DRM(+)
DRM(-)
DRM FG
DRM FG

RD.C4-1(DC.P)
RD.C4-2(DC.P)
RD. 2(DC.RY)
RD.C4-3(DC.P)
RD.C4-4(DC.P)
RD. 6(DC.RY)
W1
W2
W3
W4
W5
W10
W9
W8
W6
W7
BE.C4-5(DC.P)
BE. 6(R.M.RY)
BE.C2-2(MDFM.P)
BE.C4-6(DC.P)

BE.C1-2(MHV.P)
BE.C1-3(INV.P)
OE.C5-3(DC.P)
OE.C2-4(MDFM.P)
OE. -1(MRP.SW)
OE. -1(LRP.SW)
RD.C6-20(M.P)
RD. -1(FC.SSW)
RD. 5(RM.RY)
W13
OE.C5-1(DC.P)
OE. -1(ISU9)
OE. -2(ISU9)
OE.C5-2(DC.P)
OE. -1(CUT.SW1)
OE. -1(CUT.SW2)
OE. -1(M.PE.SW)
OE. -1(L.PE.SW)
BE.C5-5(DC.P)
BE.C2-5(MDFM.P)
BE. -5(MRP.SW)
BE. -5(LRP.SW)
BE.C5-6(DC.P)
BE. -3(ISU9)
BE. -4(ISU9)
BE.C5-7(DC.P)
BE. -3(CUT.SW1)
BE. -3(CUT.SW2)
BE. -3(M.PE.SW)
BE. -3(L.PE.SW)
BE. -2(OF.USW)
CL
CL
CL
CL
CL
CL
CL
CL
(L.PF.CL)
(L.SR.CL)
(M.PF.CL)
(M.SR.CL)
(CUT.CL)
(R.F.CL)
(R.R.CL)
(B.R.CL)
(L.PE.SW)
(M.PE.SW)
(HOME POSISION)
(F.C.SSW)
CUT
SW2 (HP)
CUT
SW1
PE
SW
PE
SW
24VR
FCL-L
24VR
RWCL-M

24VR
FCL-M
24VR
RWCL-M
24VR

CCL
24VR
RPCCL
24VR
RCL
24VR
BYPRCL
5V
PS-L
Gs
5V
PS-M
Gs
5V
CHPSW2
Gs
5V
CHPSW1
Gs
1
2
3
1
2
1
2
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
RD.W28
PE.C6-12(M.P)
RD.W28
PK.C6-13(M.P)
RD.W28
PE.C6-10(M.P)
RD.W28
PK.C6-11(M.P)
RD.W28
PK.C6-9(M.P)
RD.W31
GN.C6-7(M.P)
RD.W26
GN.C6-14(M.P)
RD.W31

PE.C6-8(M.P)
OE.W7
YW.C7-17(M.P)
BE.W10
OE.W7
YW.C7-16(M.P)
BE.W10
OE.W7
GN.C7-13(M.P)
BE.W10
OE.W7
YW.C7-12(M.P)
BE.W10
RD.W31

RD.W26
SSW1 SSW2 SSW1SSW2

24VR
FCL-L*1
RWCL-L*1
*1:OPTION
PS-L*1
FCL-M
PWCL-M
PS-M
CCL
CHPSW2
CHPSW1
RPCCL
RCL
BYPRCL
(CENT.FAN)
(OF.U.SW)
(H.SSW)
PE
PD
PE
PD
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
2
3
(MC)
GRID
(SP.SENS)
C2

(SP.P)
C2
C1
(MHV.P)
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
#187
3
2
1
CFM REM
CFM H/L
24VR
(L.D.SSW)
OHSW
Gs
LPHFM

24VR
(LPH.FAN)
F.G
24VR
Gp
MC REM
GRID CONT
MC ALARM
24VR
DPS
Gs
Gp
C1
PE.C6-3(M.P)
GN.C6-2(M.P)
RD.W26

RD. -2(JC4)
RD
PE.C7-11(M.P)
BE.W10
RD

RD. -4(JC4)
PE.C6-1(M.P)

RD.W31
1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2
RD.W27
BE.W4
PE.C6-17(M.P)
GN.C7-23(M.P)
YW.C6-19(M.P)
RD. -1(JC6)
YW. -2(JC6)
BE. -3(JC6)
BE. -4(JC6)
F.G
F.G
PHCL
(C.U)
(C.U)
(B.SOL)
CSOL
(S.SOL)
SSOL
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
YW RD
GN
YW
RD
PE
RD
GN
CSOL1
24V
CSOL2
24VR
SSOL
FG
24VR
PHCL
YW.C6-5(M.P)
RD.W27
BN.C6-4(M.P)
RD.W27
GN.C6-6(M.P)
GN
RD.W27
YW. -1(JC4)
CFM
LPHFM1
LPHFM2
SSW5
OHSW
SSW6
DPS
DPSPCB
MHVT
MC
RESISTOR
SSW24

SSW24
SSW24V
SSW24V
CLEANING UNIT
(D.U)
(DU16) (D.U24)
WE. -3(AC4)
BE.W25
YW.C3-34(M.P)
GN.C3-14(M.P)
YW.C3-21(M.P)
RD.W32 (M.P)
WE. -4(AC4)
YW.C2-7(M.P)
BE.C2-4(M.P)
GY.C2-8(M.P)
GN.C3-22(M.P)
YW.C6-7(OUT.P)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
BK. -1(AC4)
PE.C4-5B(M.P)
YW.C4-9B(M.P)
YW.C2-5(M.P)
BE.C2-3(M.P)
GY.C2-6(M.P)
PE.C3-16(M.P)
GN.C3-17(M.P)
OE.W21(M.P)
YW.C4-5A(M.P)
BK. -2(AC4)
YW.C4-6A(M.P)
PK.C3-15(M.P)
PE.C4-6B(M.P)
BE.W14
YW.C4-1B(M.P)
YW.C4-2B(M.P)
GN.C3-3(M.P)
RD.W32
H1Gs
BYPTIMSW
BYPRSW
OSSW1
24V
H2
FTH3
Gs
FTH4
OSSW2
RTL
AC(L)

FFM H/L
R-Lamp REM
FTH1
Gs
FTH2
ESW
FPS
5V
FFM-RFFM-L
AC(L)

PCFM
PCSW
PCFM H/L
Gp
TC REM
SC REM
ST ALARM

24VR
DETACHABLE UNIT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
PE.C3-5(MDFM.P)
YW.C3-6(MDFM.P)

PE.C3-1(MDFM.P)
YW.C3-2(MDFM.P)
PE.C3-3(MDFM.P)
YW.C3-4(MDFM.P)
PK.C3-7(MDFM.P)
PE. -1(OF.U.SW)
YW. -2(CUT.SW1)
GN. -2(CUT.SW2)
PK. -2(MRP.SW)
PK. -2(LRP.SW)
YW. -2(MPE.SW)
YW. -2(LPE.SW)
YW. -3(MRP.SW)
PE. -4(MRP.SW)
YW. -3(LRP.SW)
PE. -4(LRP.SW)
BN. -1(INV.P)
GN.C1-4(MHV.P)

PE. -1(LPH.FAN)
GN. -2(CENT.FAN)
PE. -1(CENT.FAN)
BN. -3(C.U)
YW. -1(C.U)
GN. -5(C.U)
PK. -2(RR.CL)
PE. -3(CUT.CL)
GN. -2(RF.CL)
PE. -2(MPF.CL)
PK. -2(MSR.CL)
PE. -2(LPF.CL)
PK. -2(MPF.CL)
GN. -2(BYR.CL)

PE.C1-3(MHV.P)
PE.C1-2(INV.P)
YW.C1-5(MHV.P)
RD.W13
C7
C6
DRM REM
DRM CLK

DM REM
DM CLK
FDM REM
FDM CLK
LOCK ALARM

OHSW
CHPSW2
CHPSW1
RLDSW-M
RLDSW-L
PS-M
PS-L
PSSW1-M
PSSW2-M
PSSW1-L
PSSW2-L
FL CONT
GRID CONT

LPHFM
CFM
Gp
CSOL2
CSOL1
SSOL
RCL
CCL
RPCCL
FCL-M
RWCL-M
FCL-L
RWCL-L
BYPRCL

MC REM
FL REM
MC ALARM
SSW1SSW2

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4
1
2
3
4
C7 C5 C4 C6 C3 C2
C1
BK
WE
RIGHT MAIN WIRE
LEFT MAIN WIRE
(60) CABLE
(34) CABLE
(DC.P) PSPCB
12V
Gs
-12V
5V
5V
5V
5V
Gs
Gs
Gs
Gs5V
5V
5V
5V
Gs
Gs
Gs
Gs
24V
24V
24V
24V
Gp
Gp
Gp24V
24V
24V
24V
Gp
Gp
Gp
Gp
Gp 24VGp
A.AC(L)

A.AC(N)
PK.W11
BE.-6(ISU9)
PE.W12
OE.W6
OE.W7
OE.W5
BE.W8
BE.W9
BE.W10
PD.W1
PD.W1
PD.W2
PD.W2
PD.W3
PD.W4
OE.W20
OE.W21
OE.C1-3(ORM.P)
OE.W22
BE.W23
BE.C1-6(ORM.P)
BE.W24
BE.W25
RD.C5-1(M.P)
RD.W16
RD.-1(A.MSW2)
RD.W17
BE.W18
BE.W19
BE.C1-2(DB.P)
BE.W14
RD. 10(DC.RY)
BE. 14(DC.RY)
YW.-5(RM)
YW.C3-18(M.P)
YW.C3-4(ORM.P)
W15
W14
BE.C3-8(DC.P)
BE.C6-9(OUT.P)
BE. -4(JC6)
BE. -19(D.U24)
W16
W17
W18
W19 W23
W22
W21
W20 RD.C3-2(DC.P)

RD.C6-1(OUT.P)
RD. -3(L.H)
RD. (RD.SSW)
RD.C3-4(DC.P)
RD. -1(DEV.U)
RD. -1(JC6)
BE.C3-5(DC.P)
BE.C5-2(M.P)
BE.C5-3(M.P)
BE.C3-6(DC.P)
BE.C1-4(ORM.P)
BE.C1-5(ORM.P)
W24
W25
OE.C6-1(DC.P)
OE. -8(UR.U)
OE. -1(SSR1)
OE. -1(SSR2)
OE. -1(SSR3)
BE.C6-7(DC.P)
BE. -4(LR.U)
BE. -4(MR.U)
BE. -11(UR.U)
BE. (M.SW)
BE. -4(KC)
BE. -3(K.CARD)
BE.C6-8(DC.P)
BE. -2(RRSW)
BE. -1(D.TANK)
BE. -3(D.TANK)
BE. -3(FO.SW)
BE. -3(RO.SW)
BE. -4(D.U16)
OE.C6-2(DC.P)
OE. -1(FO.SW)
OE. -1(RO.SW)
OE. -11(D.U24)
OE.C6-4(DC.P)
OE.C5-4(M.P)
OE.C5-5(M.P)
BE.C6-5(DC.P)
BE.C5-6(M.P)
BE.C5-7(M.P)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 1 2
(O.P)
DRUM
OPCB
DRUM GND
F.G
(O.CL)
OFCL
(F.OSW)
OLDSW (R.OSW)
OTDSW

(DEV.U)
MAGNET ROLL
DEVELOPING UNIT
D.B
(D.H)
1
1
3
YW
C1 (D.B.P)
DBHVT
(R.R.SW)
D.B
C2
12
12
321
OE
YW
BEOE
YW
BEWE BK
5V
OTDSW
Gs5V
OLDSW
Gs
24VR
OFCL
5V
OPCB TXD
Gs
OPCB RXD
Gs
OPCB CLK
Gs
OPCB STOP
DRTH
Gs
24V
DH24V
TNS
Gs
Gs
DTH
TM
TM
RSW
Gs
24VR
Gp
DB REM
DB CHG
DB CONT
GNBE
RD
YW
BE
BE
PE
BN
GY BE
BE
WE
WE
OE.W21
PE.C3-13(M.P)
BE.W25
OE.W21
PK.C3-12(M.P)
BE.W25
RD.W32
YW.C4-7A(M.P)
OE.C8-1(M.P)
YW.C8-2(M.P)
BE.C8-3(M.P)
PE.C8-4(M.P)
BE.C8-5(M.P)
PK.C8-6(M.P)
BE.C8-7(M.P)
GN.C8-8(M.P)
YW.C2-12(M.P)
BE.C2-11(M.P)
RD.W35
PK.C6-5(OUT.P)
RD.W17
YW.C2-18(M.P)
BE.C2-17(M.P)
BE.C2-1(M.P)
PE.C2-2(M.P)
BN.C4-1A(M.P)
GY.C4-2A(M.P)
YW.C3-11(M.P)
BE.W25
RD.W34
BEC3-7(DC.P)
GN.C4-3B(M.P)
PK.C4-4B(M.P)
PE.C2-19(M.P)
TNS
DRTH
DH
TM
RSW
DTH
1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5
1 2 3 4 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1234
1234
1
2
3
4
1
2
C2
C4 C3
C1
(K.C)
(K.C)
KC
(OPTION)
(C.SSW)
SSW3
(M.SW)
MSW
(R.D.SSW)
SSW4
RD
BY
YW
GN
OE
BE
BE. -6(R.M)
YW.W15
OE. -4(R.M)
PK. -1(R.M)
PE. -3(R.M)
(D.TANK)
OFM
(O.M)
PK
PE
YW
GN
OE
BE
OFM(+)
OFM(-)
OFM A
OFM B
5V
Gp
PFM(+)
PFM(-)
5V
PFM FG
Gs
TC COUNT
24VR
SSW 24V
24V
KC COUNT
24VR
KC DET
GsGs
MSW
OFM SPEED1
OFM ENA
OFM SPEED2
PFM SPEED1
DCM2PCB RESET

PFM SPEED2
PFM ENA

DCM2PCB TXD
Gs
DCM2PCB RXD
Gs
OFM 24VR
PFM 24VR
5V
Gp
Gp
Gs
BN.C4-10A(M.P)
RD.W33
GY.C3-1(M.P)
BE.W24
BN.C4-11A(M.P)
RD.W33
RD. -2(JC4)
RDRD
RD.W16
BE.W24
YW.C4-16B(M.P)
PK.C3-23(M.P)
YW.C3-24(M.P)
PE.C3-25(M.P)
BN.C3-26(M.P)
GY.C3-27(M.P)
YW.C3-28(M.P)
GN.C3-29(M.P)
PK.C3-30(M.P)
BE.C3-31(M.P)
YW.C3-32(M.P)
BE.C3-33(M.P)
RD.C2-4(OUT.P)
RD. 1(RM.RY)
OE.C6-3(DC.P)
BE.W19
BE.W19
BE.C6-6(DC.P)
BE.W25
PK.C3-7(M.P)
BE.W25
PE.C3-8(M.P)
Gs
TDTDSW
Gs
OFS
PK
PKPE
PE
Gs
SWGs
SW
TC
SSW 24V
SSW 24V
(O.R.M.P)
DCM2PCB
TDTDSW OFS
123456712123456123456781A
1B
2A
2B
3A
3B
4A
4B
5A
5B
6A
6B
7A
7B
8A
8B
9A
9B
10A
10B
24V
GP
Gp
5V
5V
Gs
Gs
12V
-12V
24V
Gs
5V
TP1
TP2
TP3
ISUPCB RXD
Gs
ISUPCB TXD
Gs
ISUPCB RESET
ISUPCB DET
ISUPCB FLFD
Gs5V
S0
5V
S1
5V
S2
5V
S3
5V
S4
5V
S5
5V
S6
5V
S7
KCARD DET
Gs
24V
KCARD DET

RD.C3-1(DC.P)
BE.W18
BE.W18
OE.W22
OE.W22
BE.W23
BE.W23
PK.W11
PE.W12
YW. -1(ISU8)
BE. -2(ISU8)
PE. -3(ISU8)
BE. -4(ISU8)
GN. -5(ISU8)
BE. -6(ISU8)
GY. -7(ISU8)
BE. -8(ISU8)
C6(ISU)C1(LPH)
C5 C1
CTP C11 C13 C10
C17 C22 C19 C20
C14 C21
(1:1) (1:1)
34P 60P 60P
20P 30P 32P
100P
ISUPCB DATA
LPHROMPCB
LPH DATA
1A
1B
2A
2B
3A
3B
4A
4B
5A
5B
6A
6B
7A
7B
8A
8B
9A
9B
10A
10B
11A
11B
12A
12B
13A
13B
14A
14B
15A
15B
16A
16B
17A
17B12345678910
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
C3 C4
BN. -6(DEV.U)
YW. -20(D.U24)
GY. -7(DEV.U)
YW. -21(D.U24)
BN. -2(SSR3)
GN.C1-3(DB.P)
PE. -2(A.MSW2)
PK.C1-4(DB.P)
YW. -12(D.U24)
PE. -4(D.U24)
YW. -16(D.U24)
PE. -18(D.U24)
YW. -2(O.CL)
BN. -2(SSR1)
GY. -3(UR.U)
BN. -2(SSR2)
YW. -4(UR.U)
YW. -5(D.U24)
BN. -1(KC)
BN. -1(K.CARD)
BN. -1(TOTAL)
GN.C5-7(OUT.P)
PK.C5-6(OUT.P)
YW.C5-4(OUT.P)
BN.C5-5(OUT.P)
PE.C5-3(OUT.P)
GY.C5-2(OUT.P)
BN.C5-1(OUT.P)
PK.W38
YW. (M.SW)
RD.W37
PK. -4(JC4)
GY. -3(KC)
GY. -4(K.CARD)
GN. -22(D.U24)
BE. -12(UR.U)
BE. -5(MR.U)
BE. -5(LR.U)
PK. -2(D.TANK)
PE. -4(D.TANK)
GN. -10(UR.U)
PE. -9(UR.U)
YW. -1(RR.SW)
PK. -2(FO.SW)
PE. -2(RO.SW)
GN. -6(D.U16)
PK. -17(D.U24)
PE. -9(D.U24)
GN. -10(D.U24)
YW.W15
YW. -5(UR.U)
PE. -6(UR.U)
YW. -7(D.U16)
GN. -15(D.U16)
PK.C2-1(ORM.P)
YW.C2-2(ORM.P)
PE.C2-3(ORM.P)
BN.C2-4(ORM.P)
GY.C2-5(ORM.P)
YW.C2-7(ORM.P)
GN.C2-8(ORM.P)
PK.C2-10(ORM.P)
BE.C2-11(ORM.P)
YW.C2-12(ORM.P)
BE.C2-13(ORM.P)
YW. -5(D.U16)
TM
TC REM
TM
SC REM
SSR3 REM
DB REM
AUTO SHUT REM
DB CHG
FFM-RFFM-L
FFM H/L
PCFM
PCFM H/L
OFCL
SSR1 REM
FCL-U
SSR2 REM
RWCL-U
R-Lamp REM
KC COUNT
TC COUNT
PCHL REM
RTL REM
DH REM
FLH REM
RH-U REM
RH-M REM
RH-L REM
PRY1PRY2 REM
MSW
PRY1PRY2 24V
SSW
KC DET
ST ALARM
1STRU DET
2NDRU DET
3RDRU DET
TDTDSW
OFS
RLDSW-U
PS-U
RSW
OLDSW
OTDSW
BYPRSW
PCSW
ESW
FPS
PFM FG
PSSW1-U
PSSW2-U
OSSW1
OSSW2
OFM SPEED1
OFM ENA
OFM SPEED2
PFM SPEED1
DCM2PCB RESET
PFM SPEED2
PFM ENA
DCM2PCB RXD
Gs
DCM2PCB TXD
Gs
BYPTIMSW
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 10 11
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 10
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 10
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 10
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 10
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 10
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 10
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 10
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 10
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 10 11
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 10 11
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 10 11
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4 3 2 1
1
2
LEFT
C3 60P
(1:1)
C1
(LPH)
C4 C5 C6 RIGHT
C17(M.P)
C5 C7
(ISU)
34PC6
(CIS)
(LEFT) C4 C3 C2 C1 (RIGHT)
(LPH.P)
RD. 12(DC.RY)
BE. 16(DC.RY)
24VR

Gp
5V
5V
5V
5V
Gs
Gs
Gs
Gs
OE
OE
OE
OE
BE
BE
BE
BE
WE
(L.H)
WE
BE
BE
FLH
24V
Gs
FLTH
PK.C6-6(OUT.P)
RD.W16
BE.C2-13(M.P)
YW.C2-14(M.P)
BK
WE
YW
GN
BN
PK
PE
BLACK
WHITE
YELLOW
GREEN
BROWN
PINK
PURPLE
GY
RD
OE
BE
GN/YW
GRAY
RED
ORANGE
BLUE
GREEN/YELLOW
LPH
ISUPCB
FL
CIS UNIT
FLH FLTH
LPHPSPCB
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
(60)CABLE
(34)CABLE
C22(M.P)
C17(M.P)
(ISU 8)
(ISU 9)
YW
BE
YW
BE
YW
BE
YW
BE
YW
YW
YW
YW
C2
C1
(INV.P)
INPCB
OE
OE
BE
BE
PK
BE
PE
BK
BK
BK
BK
ISUPCB TXD
Gs
ISUPCB RXD
Gs
ISUPCB RESET
ISUPCB DET
ISUPCB FLFD
Gs
5V
5V
Gs
Gs
12V
Gs
-12V
FL CONT
FL REM
Gp
24V
BN.C7-22(M.P)
PE.C6-18(M.P)
BE.W4
RD.W31
OE.W6
OE.W6
BE.W9
BE.W9
PK.W11
BE.C7-2(DC.P)
PE.W12
FL
FL

FL
FL
FL
FL
FL
FL
YW.C11-1(M.P)
BE.C11-2(M.P)
PE.C11-3(M.P)
BE.C11-4(M.P)
GN.C11-5(M.P)
BE.C11-6(M.P)
GY.C11-7(M.P)
BE.C11-8(M.P)
BK
WE AC(L)
AC(N)
AC(L)
AC(N)
(F.G)
(N.F) GN/YW
F.G
F.G
(AC.RY)
RY1
BK
WE
BK
WE
BK
WE
BK
WE
2
6
10
14
0
4
8
12
16
1
2
6
10
14
0
4
8
12
16
1
AC(L)
AC(N)
AC(L)
AC(N)
RY1 24V
AC(L)
AC(N)
AC(L)
AC(N)
RY1 REM
(DC.RY)
24V
24V
24V
Gp
RY2 24V
24V
24V
24V
Gp
RY2 REM
RD.W1
RD.W2
RD.C2-1(DC.P)
BE.C2-4(DC.P)
W37
W38
RD.C4-17A(M.P)
PK.C4-16A(M.P)
RD.W29
RD.W30
RD. -1(LPH.P)
BE. -3(LPH.P)
24VR
Gp
RD.W29
2
1
5
4
3
6
(R.M.RY)
RD.C1-2(ORM.P)
PD.W13
BE.W3
NF
RY2
RY3
PFM 24V
SSW24V
1
2
3
4
C2
C8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
5V
OPCB RXD
Gs
OPCB TXD
Gs
OPCB CLK
Gs
OPCB STOP
Gs
DTH
Gs
Gs
FTH1
FTH2
FTH3
FTH4
Gs
ETTH
Gs
DRTH
Gs
FLTH
Gs
DPS
Gs
TNS
DB CONT
BN.C4-10B(M.P)
RD.W33
BE.W24
GY.C3-2(M.P)
BE. -4(DEV.U)
PE. -5(DEV.U)
BE. -7(D.U24)
BE -13(D.U16)
YW. -6(D.U24)
GY. -8(D.U24)
YW. -12(D.U16)
GY. -14(D.U16)
BE. -5(JC6)
YW. -6(JC6)
BE. -2(D.H)
YW. -1(D.H)
BE. -2(L.H)
YW. -1(L.H)
BE. -3(JC6)
YW. -2(JC6)
BE. -3(DEV.U)
YW. -2(DEV.U)
PE. -5(DB.P)

OE. -1(O.P)
YW. -2(O.P)
BE. -3(O.P)
PE. -4(O.P)
BE. -5(O.P)
PK. -6(O.P)
BE. -7(O.P)
GN. -8(O.P)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
1
2
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
W28
W27 W26
W31
W32
W33 W34
W35
W36
(OUT.P)
C3
C1
C5
C6
C4
C7
C2
RD.C1-3(DC.P)
RD. -1(RF.CL)
RD. -1(MSR.CL)
RD. -1(MPF.CL)
RD. -1(LSR.CL)
RD. -1(LPF.CL)
24VR
24VR
24VR
24VR
24VR
24VR
24VR
24VR
24V(H)
24V(H)
24VR
24VR
24VR
24VR
24VR
RD.W29
RD.W29
RD.W30
RD.W30
Gp(H)

24V(H)
24V
RH-L
RH-M
RH-U
DH
FLH
RTL
PCHL
Gp
RD.W27
RD.W26
RD.W28
RD.C2-1(MDFM.P)
RD.W31
BN.C4-15A(M.P)
GY.C4-14B(M.P)
PE.C4-14A(M.P)
YW.C4-13A(M.P)
BN.C4-13B(M.P)
PK.C4-12B(M.P)
GN.C4-12A(M.P)
RD.W16
GY. -2(LR.U)
GY. -2(MR.U)
GY. -7(UR.U)
PK. -4(L.H)
PK. -4(D.H)
YW. -16(D.U16)
YW. -1(JC4)
BE.W14

BE.C2-1(H.DC.P)

RD.C2-3(H.DC.P)

RD.W35
RD.W36

RW.W32
RD.W33
RD.W34
RD.C1-1(ORM.P)
RD.C7-1(OUT.P)
RD. -1(UR.U)
RD. -3(D.H)
RD.C7-2(OUT.P)
RD. -1(MR.U)
RD. -1(LR.U)
RD.C1-2(OUT.P)
RD. -1(BYR.SW)
RD. -3(CENT.FAN)
RD. -3(FC.SSW)
RD.C1-1(OUT.P)
RD.C1-1(MHV.P)
RD. -2(C.U)
RD. -4(C.U)
RD. -8(C.U)
RD.C1-5(OUT.P)
RD. -1(CUT.CL)
RD. -1(RR.CL)
RD.C1-4(INV.P)
RD. -3(LPH.FAN)
RD.C2-1(OUT.P)
RD. -1(O.CL)
RD. -8(D.U16)
RD. -24(D.U24)
RD.C2-2(OUT.P)
RD. -2(TOTAL)
RD. -2(K.C)
RD. -2(K.CARD)
RD.C2-3(OUT.P)
RD. -2(UR.U)
RD.C1-1(DB.P)
OPPCB
RH-L REM
RH-M REM
RH-U REM
DH REM
FLH REM
RTL REM
PCHL REM
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2
1 2
1 2
(UR.U)
FIRST ROLL UNIT
(UPF.CL)
FCL-U
(U.SR.CL)
RWCL-U
24V
RH-U
24VR
FCL-U
24VR
RWCL-U
5V
PSSW1-U
Gs5V
PSSW2-U
Gs5V
PS-U
Gs5V
RLDSW-U
Gs
RD
RD
GY
YW
GY
YW
GY
OE
PE
GN
BE
RD
RD
GY
YW
GY
YW
GY
OE
PE
GN
BE
BE
24V
24VR
FCL-U
RWCL-U
PSSW1-U
PSSW2-U
RH-U
5V
PS-U
RLDSW-U
Gs
URU DET
RD.W35
RD.W34
GY.C4-8A(M.P)
YW.C4-9A(M.P)
YW.C3-19(M.P)
PE.C3-20(M.P)
GY.C6-4(OUT.P)
OE.W20
PE.C3-10(M.P)
GN.C3-9(M.P)
BE.W24
BE.C3-4(M.P)

RHSW-U
RH-U
PSSW1-U PSSW2-U RLDSW-U PS-U
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 2 3
1
2
1
2
1 2 3
1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3
1 2 3
1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5
1 2 3 4 5
1 2 3 4 5
(L.R.P.SW)
(M.R.P.
SW)
(LR.U)
THIRD
ROLL
UNIT
(MR.U)
SECOND
ROLL
UNIT
RH-L
24V
RH-M
24V
24V
RH-M
Gs
MRU DET
24V
RH-L
Gs
LRU DET
5V
RLDSW-M
PSSW1-M
PSSW2-M
Gs5V
RLDSW-L
Gs5V
PSSW1-L
Gs5V
PSSW2-L
Gs
5V
RLDSW-L
PSSW1-L
PSSW2-L
Gs
5V
RLDSW-M
Gs5V
PSSW1-M
Gs5V
PSSW2-M
Gs
OE
PK
YW
PE
BE
OE
PK
YW
PE
BE
RD.W36
GY.C6-3(OUT.P)
BE.W24
BE.C3-5(M.P)
RD.W36
GY.C6-2(OUT.P)
BE.W24
BE.C3-6(M.P)

OE.W5
PK.C7-14(M.P)
YW.C7-18(M.P)
PE.C7-19(M.P)
BE.W8
OE.W5
PK.C7-15(M.P)
YW.C7-20(M.P)
PE.C7-21(M.P)
BE.W8
RHSW-M
RH-M
RH-L
RHSW-L
RLDSW-M PSSW1-M PSSW2-M
PSSW1-L*1 RLDSW-L*1 PSSW2-L*1
RD
GYBE
BE
RD
GYBE
BE
2 1 2 1