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Revision 2.

Staple Finisher-V2/Booklet
Finisher-V2
Service Manual
Introduction

Introduction
Important Notices

Application
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Copyright CANON INC. 2016

Caution
Use of this manual should be strictly supervised to avoid disclosure of confidential information.

Explanation of Symbols
The following symbols are used throughout this Service Manual.

Symbols Explanation Symbols Explanation


Check. Remove the claw.

1x

Check visually. Insert the claw.

1x

Check a sound. Push the part.


Introduction

Symbols Explanation Symbols Explanation


Disconnect the connector. Connect the power cable.

1x

Connect the connector. Disconnect the power cable.

1x

Remove the cable/wire from the Turn on the power.


cable guide or wire saddle.
1x

Install the cable/wire to the cable Turn off the power.


guide or wire saddle.
1x

Remove the screw. Loosen the screw.

1x 1x

Install the screw. Tighten the screw.

1x 1x

Cleaning is needed. Measurement is needed.

The following rules apply throughout this Service Manual:


1. Each chapter contains sections explaining the purpose of specific functions and the relationship between electrical and
mechanical systems with reference to the timing of operation.
In the diagrams, represents the path of mechanical drive; where a signal name accompanies the symbol, the arrow
indicates the direction of the electric signal.
The expression "turn on the power" means flipping on the power switch, closing the front door, and closing the delivery unit
door, which results in supplying the machine with power.
2. In the digital circuits, '1' is used to indicate that the voltage level of a given signal is "High", while '0' is used to indicate "Low".
(The voltage value, however, differs from circuit to circuit.) In addition, the asterisk (*) as in "DRMD*" indicates that the DRMD
signal goes on when '0'.
In practically all cases, the internal mechanisms of a microprocessor cannot be checked in the field. Therefore, the operations
of the microprocessors used in the machines are not discussed: they are explained in terms of from sensors to the input of
the DC controller PCB and from the output of the DC controller PCB to the loads.
The descriptions in this Service Manual are subject to change without notice for product improvement or other purposes, and
major changes will be communicated in the form of Service Information bulletins.
All service persons are expected to have a good understanding of the contents of this Service Manual and all relevant Service
Information bulletins and be able to identify and isolate faults in the machine.
Contents

Contents
Safety Precautions...............................................................................................1
Notes Before Servicing........................................................................................................................2
Points to Note at Cleaning...................................................................................................................2
Notes On Assembly/Disassembly....................................................................................................... 2
Notes On Assembly/Disassembly...........................................................................................................2
Points to Note when Tightening a Screw.................................................................................................2

1. Product Overview.............................................................................................4
Features.............................................................................................................................................. 5
Features...............................................................................................................................................5
Specifications...................................................................................................................................... 6
Finisher Unit......................................................................................................................................... 6
Staple Unit............................................................................................................................................8
Staple-Free Binding Unit......................................................................................................................10
Saddle Stitcher Unit (Booklet Finisher)..................................................................................................11
Others................................................................................................................................................ 12
Names of Parts..................................................................................................................................13
External View (Front)...........................................................................................................................13
External View (Rear)........................................................................................................................... 14
External View (Internal)....................................................................................................................... 15
Cross Section..................................................................................................................................... 17
Optional Configuration.......................................................................................................................19

2. Technical Explanation................................................................................... 20
Basic Configuration........................................................................................................................... 21
Functional Configuration...................................................................................................................... 21
Overview of Electrical Circuitry.............................................................................................................22
Controls............................................................................................................................................. 24
Controls..............................................................................................................................................24
Basic Operation.................................................................................................................................25
Outline............................................................................................................................................... 25
Feeding Unit...................................................................................................................................... 31
Outline............................................................................................................................................... 31
Basic Operation.................................................................................................................................. 33
Feed switch operation......................................................................................................................... 34
Shift Operation....................................................................................................................................36
Buffer Operation..................................................................................................................................39
Stack/Escape Tray Unit.....................................................................................................................42
Outline............................................................................................................................................... 42
Stack Tray Up and Down Movement.....................................................................................................43
Stack Tray Delivery Paper Surface Detection, Paper Full....................................................................... 44
Escape Tray Paper Full Detection........................................................................................................ 47
Processing Tray Unit......................................................................................................................... 48
Outline............................................................................................................................................... 48

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Stacking Operation..............................................................................................................................49
Alignment/Shifting Operation................................................................................................................52
Staple Operation................................................................................................................................. 54
Staple-free Binding Operation.............................................................................................................. 57
Stack Delivery Operation..................................................................................................................... 60
Saddle Stitcher Unit...........................................................................................................................61
Outline............................................................................................................................................... 61
Configuration...................................................................................................................................... 63
Basic Operation.................................................................................................................................. 64
Stacking Operation..............................................................................................................................65
Paper Stack Feed Operation................................................................................................................67
Stitch Operation.................................................................................................................................. 68
Paper Folding/Delivery Operation.........................................................................................................68
Controller Unit................................................................................................................................... 70
Outline............................................................................................................................................... 70
Finisher Controller PCB....................................................................................................................... 70
Saddle stitcher controller PCB..............................................................................................................72
Jam Detection................................................................................................................................... 73
Outline............................................................................................................................................... 73
Jams.................................................................................................................................................. 74
Power Supply.................................................................................................................................... 77
Power Supply Route............................................................................................................................77
Protection Function............................................................................................................................. 77
Service Tasks....................................................................................................................................78
Upgrading...........................................................................................................................................78

3. Periodical Service.......................................................................................... 79
List of Work for Scheduled Servicing................................................................................................ 80
Periodically Replaced Parts................................................................................................................. 80
Consumable Parts...............................................................................................................................80

4. Disassembly/Assembly................................................................................. 82
List of Parts....................................................................................................................................... 83
External / Internal Covers ....................................................................................................................83
Main Units.......................................................................................................................................... 85
Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning Points............................................... 87
List of Clutches................................................................................................................................... 88
List of Motors...................................................................................................................................... 90
List of Sensors.................................................................................................................................... 92
List of Switches/ Fan........................................................................................................................... 94
List of PCBs........................................................................................................................................95
Other Parts......................................................................................................................................... 96
External/Internal Covers....................................................................................................................97
Removing the Rear Cover....................................................................................................................97
Removing the Upper Cover..................................................................................................................97
Removing the Front Cover................................................................................................................... 97
Removing the Lower Front Cover......................................................................................................... 98
Removing the Front Inner Cover.......................................................................................................... 98
Main Units ...................................................................................................................................... 100

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Removing the Escape Tray (Upper/Lower)..........................................................................................100


Removing the Stack Tray...................................................................................................................100
Removing the Grate-Shaped Lower Guide.......................................................................................... 101
Removing the Swing Unit...................................................................................................................101
Removing the Processing Tray...........................................................................................................106
Removing the Staple Drive Unit..........................................................................................................108
Removing the Saddle Delivery Tray....................................................................................................108
Removing the Saddle Unit................................................................................................................. 109
Removing the Pushing Unit................................................................................................................110
Parts Replacement and Cleaning Procedure.................................................................................. 112
Removing the Static Eliminator (Upper/Lower Escape Delivery Unit).....................................................112
Removing the Stapler Unit................................................................................................................. 112
Removing the Saddle Stitcher Unit..................................................................................................... 113
Removing the Staple-Free Binding Unit.............................................................................................. 113
Removing the Static Eliminator (Stack tray Unit)..................................................................................115
Removing the Static Eliminator (Saddle Delivery Unit)......................................................................... 116
Removing the Paddle Unit................................................................................................................. 117
Removing the Lower Stack Delivery Roller Clutch (CL102).................................................................. 118
Removing the Escape Feed Clutch (CL101)........................................................................................118
Removing the Stack Tray Torque Limiter............................................................................................ 119
PCB................................................................................................................................................. 120
Removing the Finisher Controller PCB (PCB101)................................................................................ 120
Removing the Saddle Stitcher Controller PCB (PCB201)..................................................................... 121
Clutch/ Solenoid.............................................................................................................................. 122
Removing the Paddle Clutch (CL103)................................................................................................. 122
Motors............................................................................................................................................. 123
Removing the Front Alignment Motor (M107)...................................................................................... 123
Removing the Rear Alignment Motor (M108).......................................................................................123
Removing the Tray Auxiliary Guide Motor (M109)................................................................................124
Removing the Paper End Assist Motor (M113).................................................................................... 125
Removing the Stapler Shift Motor (M114)............................................................................................125
Removing the Staple-Free Binding Motor (M116)................................................................................ 126
Removing the Saddle Paper Pushing Plate/Folding Motor (M204)........................................................ 127
Removing the Saddle Delivery Motor (M207)...................................................................................... 128
Switches ......................................................................................................................................... 130
Removing the Front Cover Switch (SW101)........................................................................................ 130
Removing the Swing Guide Safety Switch (SW102).............................................................................130
Removing the Manual Staple Switch (SW103).....................................................................................131
Other Parts ..................................................................................................................................... 132
Pulling Out the Saddle Unit (Service Position)..................................................................................... 132
Removing the Grate-shaped Guide (Upper/Middle)..............................................................................132
Removing the Upper Escape Delivery Roller....................................................................................... 132
Removing the Lower Escape Delivery Roller....................................................................................... 135
Removing the Return Roller............................................................................................................... 139
Removing the Swing Roller................................................................................................................ 139
Removing the Folding Roller.............................................................................................................. 140
Removing the pushing plate............................................................................................................... 145

5. Adjustment................................................................................................... 146
Overview......................................................................................................................................... 147

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Adjustment, Operation and Inspection, and Functional Setting Items in Service Mode............................147
Basic Adjustment Items..................................................................................................................... 151
Adjustments When Replacing Parts Items...........................................................................................152
Basic Adjustments...........................................................................................................................153
Releasing the Saddle Delivery Tray Stacking Limit.............................................................................. 153
Alignment Plate Right-Angle Adjustment............................................................................................. 154
Adjusting the Saddle Paper End Stopper Installation Angle.................................................................. 155
Adjustments When Replacing Parts................................................................................................159
Phase Alignment When Installing the Stack Tray Drive Belt................................................................. 159
Phase Alignment When Installing the Swing Unit.................................................................................159
Phase adjustment of paddle unit.........................................................................................................160
Adjusting the Stapler Unit Installation Position..................................................................................... 164
Phase Alignment When Installing the Paper Folding Roller.................................................................. 165
Adjusting the Stitcher Unit Installation Position.................................................................................... 166
Handling Finisher Controller PCB Replacements.................................................................................168

6. Installation.................................................................................................... 171
How to Utilize This Installation Procedure.......................................................................................172
Illustrations Used in This Procedure....................................................................................................172
Symbols in the Illustration.................................................................................................................. 172
Product Name...................................................................................................................................172
Checking Before Installation............................................................................................................173
Checking the Installation Space..........................................................................................................173
Checking the Unpacking Space..........................................................................................................173
Check Items When Turning OFF the Main Power................................................................................ 173
Points to Note on Installation..............................................................................................................174
Order of Installation of Options........................................................................................................... 174
Unpacking ...................................................................................................................................... 176
Unpacking Procedure........................................................................................................................ 176
Unpacking and Checking the Contents........................................................................................... 178
Connecting to the Host Machine of the imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500/8500 Series........................... 178
Connecting to the Host Machine of the imageRUNNER ADVANCE C7500 Series................................. 179
Connecting to the Document Insertion Unit or the Document Insertion/Folding Unit............................... 180
Installation Procedure......................................................................................................................181
Preparing This Equipment for Installation............................................................................................ 181
Connecting to the Upstream Connection Machine............................................................................... 183
Affixing the Labels........................................................................................................................... 193
Affixing the Jam Label / Saddle Caution Language Label (Booklet Finisher only)................................... 193
Affixing the Tray Setting Labels.......................................................................................................... 194
Making Adjustments........................................................................................................................ 195
Making Check and Adjustment of the Height....................................................................................... 195
Making Check and Adjustment of the Tilt............................................................................................ 197
Making Checks After Completion of Adjustments.................................................................................200
Making Checks after Completion of Installation.............................................................................. 201
Disposal Parts...................................................................................................................................201
Operation Check............................................................................................................................... 201

APPENDICES....................................................................................................203
Service Tools...................................................................................................................................204

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Solvents and Oils.............................................................................................................................. 204


Special Tools.................................................................................................................................... 204
General Circuit Diagram..................................................................................................................205
General Circuit Diagram 1/2...............................................................................................................205
General Circuit Diagram 2/2...............................................................................................................206

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Safety Precautions
Notes Before Servicing......................... 2
Points to Note at Cleaning.................... 2
Notes On Assembly/Disassembly......... 2
Safety Precautions

Notes Before Servicing

CAUTION:
At servicing, be sure to turn off the power source according to the specified steps and disconnect the power plug.

CAUTION:
Do not turn off the power switch when downloading is under way. Turning off the main power switch while downloading is
under way can disable the machine.

Points to Note at Cleaning

CAUTION:
When performing cleaning using organic solvent such as alcohol, be sure to check that the component of solvent is
vaporized completely before assembling.

Notes On Assembly/Disassembly

Notes On Assembly/Disassembly
Follow the items below to assemble/disassemble the device.
1. Disconnect the power plug to avoid any potential dangers during assembling/disassembling works.
2. If not specially instructed, reverse the order of disassembly to reinstall.
3. Ensure to use the right screw type (length, diameter, etc.) at the right position when assembling.
4. To keep electric conduction, binding screws with washers are used to attach the grounding wire and the varistor. Ensure to
use the right screw type when assembling.
5. Unless it is specially needed, do not operate the device with some parts removed.
6. Never remove the paint-locked screws when disassembling.

Points to Note when Tightening a Screw


For reduction in weight, thin plates are used in some parts of this machine.
In the case of a screw hole with a triangle mark near it as shown in the figure below, strongly tightening the screw may damage
or deform the screw hole.
In the case of a screw hole with a triangle mark, take care not to apply too much force when tightening the screw.

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Safety Precautions

The recommended torque value is shown below as a reference value.

Type of Screws
RS tight W Sems Binding TP
Fastened member Metal Resin Metal Resin Metal Resin Metal Resin
Tightening M4 Approx. 1.6 Approx. 1.6 Approx. 1.6 Approx. 0.8 Approx. 1.6 Approx. 0.8 Approx. 1.6 Approx. 0.8
torque M3 Approx. 0.8 Approx. 0.8 Approx. 0.6 Approx. 0.6 Approx. 0.6 Approx. 0.6 Approx. 0.6 Approx. 0.6
(N*m)

* For PCB, refer to the tightening torque value of resin (fastened member).

Type of Screws
RS tight W Sems Binding TP

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1 Product Overview
Features................................................ 5
Specifications........................................ 6
Names of Parts................................... 13
Optional Configuration........................ 19
1. Product Overview

Features

Features
The main unit size has been reduced to allow installation in smaller space.
The optional puncher unit can be installed in the finisher.
Paper shift mechanism is incorporated into the escape tray delivery area allowing the shift sort stacking in the stack tray and
the upper/lower escape trays.
Staple, manual staple, and staple-free binding functions are integrated allowing versatile stapling that suit the various
demands.
Basic performance is substantial. That is the high-capacity stacking function that can stack up to 3,500 sheets (upper escape
tray: 250 sheets, lower escape tray: 250 sheets, stack tray: 3,000 sheets), the staple function that can staple up to 65 sheets,
and booklet binding function that can stitch up to 20 sheets.

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Specifications

Finisher Unit
Item Specifications Remarks
Stacking method Stack tray: up and down moving type
Upper escape tray/lower escape tray: fixed tray
Stacking orientation Face down
Paper size Feed direction: 148 to 487.7 mm
Cross feed direction: 98.4 to 330.2 mm
Alignment stacking Feed direction: 182 to 432 mm
size Cross feed direction: 210 to 297 mm
Paper weight Upper escape tray 52 to 256 g/m2
Lower escape tray
Stack tray [Non sort mode]
52 to 300 g/m2
[Shift sort mode/staple mode]
52 to 256 g/m2
[Staple-free binding mode]
52 to 105 g/m2
Modes Non sort mode [Upper escape tray/lower escape tray/stack tray]
Feed direction: 148.0 to 487.7 mm
Cross feed direction: 100.0 to 330.2 mm
A3, A4, A4R, A5R, B4, B5, B5R, 1117, LGL, LTR, LTRR,
STMT, STMTR, EXEC, 13"19", SRA3, 12"18", 8K, 16K,
16KR
Shift sort mode [Upper escape tray, lower escape tray]
A3, A4, B4, B5, 1117, LTR, EXEC, 8K, 16K
[Stack tray]
A3, A4, A4R, B4, B5, 1117, LGL, LTR, LTRR, EXEC, 8K, 16K
Staple mode [Stack tray]
A3, A4, A4R, B4, B5, 1117, LGL, LTR, LTRR, EXEC, 8K, 16K
Staple-free bind- [Stack tray]
ing mode A3, A4, 1117, LTR, 8K, 16K
Stacking capacity Processing tray Feed length: 182 mm to 216 mm (65 sheets or less) - The stacking capacities
(without folding Feed length: More than 216 mm to 432 mm (30 sheets or less) are estimates when con-
sheets) verting weight to number of
81.4 g/m2 sheets.
Upper escape tray Small size: Height 47 mm 3 mm or less (equivalent to 250 - The stacking capacities
Lower escape tray sheets) are estimates when con-
Large size: Height 24 mm 3 mm or less (equivalent to 125 verting weight to number of
sheets) 81.4 g/m2 sheets.
- Alignment accuracy and
stacking capacity for paper
weighing 59 g/m2 or less
are not specified.
Stack tray [Non sort/shift sort mode] - The stacking capacities
- Plain paper are estimates when con-
Small size: Height 423 mm or less (equivalent to 3,000 sheets) verting weight to number of
(when saddle is used: Height 216 mm or less (equivalent to 81.4 g/m2 sheets.
1,500 sheets)) - The stacking capacity for
Large size: Height 216 mm or less (equivalent to 1,500 sheets) paper weighing 59 g/m2 or
- Coated paper less is for up to the large
Small size: Height 216 mm or less (equivalent to 1,500 sheets) size height, and the align-
Large size: Height 108 mm or less (equivalent to 750 sheets) ment accuracy for 2-sided
print is not specified.
- Transparency, post card,
label and tracing paper: 10
sheets or less
- Large size condition is ap-
plied after a sheet of paper
of large size is delivered.

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Item Specifications Remarks


Stacking capacity Stack tray [Staple mode/staple-free binding mode] - The stacking capacities
(without folding - Plain paper are estimates when con-
sheets) Small size: Height 423 mm or less, or 200 sets or less (when verting weight to number of
saddle is used: Height 216 mm or less) 81.4 g/m2 sheets.
Large size: Height 216 mm or less, or 100 sets or less - The stacking capacity for
- Coated paper paper weighing 59 g/m2 or
Small size: Height 216 mm or less, or 100 sets or less less is for up to the large
Large size: Height 108 mm or less, or 50 sets or less size height
Stacking capacity (Z- Processing tray - A3, B4, 1117: 10 sheets (Z-folding sheets only) - The stacking capacities
folding sheets, half- Stack tray - A3, B4, 1117: 30 sheets are estimates when con-
folding sheets) - A4R, LTRR, LGL: 10 sheets verting weight to number of
81.4 g/m2 sheets.
- Paper folding unit (option)
is installed.
- Stacking alignment and
capacity are not guaran-
teed.
- Z-folding sheets, mixed
staple stack: 3 sets
- Upper/lower escape tray
stacking not allowed.
Mixed stacking ca- Upper escape tray [Mixed size] - The stacking capacities
pacity (without folding Lower escape tray Plain paper combination of A4, B5, and LTR only: Height 47 mm are estimates when con-
sheets) 3 mm or less verting weight to number of
Combinations of other paper sizes: Height 24 mm 3 mm or 81.4 g/m2 sheets.
less - Stacking capacity is not
Stack tray [Size mixing] guaranteed.
Height: 216 mm 3 mm - When the plain paper and
[Stapling mixing] coated paper are stacked,
- Plain paper follows the specifications
Small size: Height 423 mm -/+ 3 mm or less, or 200 sets or less of the coated paper.
Large size: Height 216 mm 3 mm or less, or 100 sets or less - The mixed stacking of the
- Coated paper small size paper and 432
Small size: Height 216 mm 3 mm or less, or 100 sets or less mm or more length paper is
Large size: Height 108 mm 3mm or less, or 50 sets or less not possible.
- Stacking on upper/lower
[Mode mixing]
escape tray is not possible
Plain paper combination of A4, B5, and LTR only: Height 423
for stapling mixing and
mm 3 mm
mode mixing.
Combinations of other paper sizes: Height 216 mm 3 mm or
less
Mixed stacking ca- Processing tray A3, B4, 1117: 10 sheets (Z-folding sheets only) maximum per - The stacking capacities
pacity (with Z-folding set are estimates when con-
sheets) Stack tray - Plain paper verting weight to number of
A3, B4, 11 17: Height 423 mm 3 mm or less, or when the 81.4 g/m2 sheets.
total number of folding sheets reaches 30. - Paper folding unit (option)
A4R, LTRR, LGL: 10 sheets is installed.
- Coated paper - When the plain paper and
A3, B4, 11 17: Height 216 mm 3 mm or less, or when the coated paper are stacked,
total number of folding sheets reaches 30. follows the specifications
A4R, LTRR, LGL: 10 sheets of the coated paper.
- Upper/lower escape tray
stacking not allowed.
- One folding sheet is
equivalent to 6.5 plain pa-
per sheets.

- Paper size regulations:


Small size (feed length: 220 mm or less): A4, B5, LTR, EXEC, 16K
Large size (feed length: more than 220 mm): A3, A4R, B4, B5R, 11 17, LGL, LTRR, 8K

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Staple Unit
Item Specifications Remarks
Stapling method Punching by rotating cam Flat clinch
Stapling paper size Feed direction: 182 mm to 432 mm
Cross feed direction: 210 mm to 297 mm
1-point stapling, 2-points stapling
A3, A4, A4R, B4, B5, 11 17, LGL, LTR, LTRR, EXEC, 8K, 16K
Stapling capacity Paper Small size Large size - Paper thickness
52 to 90 g/m2 65 sheets 30 sheets (small size): 11 mm or
less
More than 90 to 105 g/ 50 sheets 25 sheets
- Paper thickness
m2
(large size): 5.5 mm or
More than 105 to 256 2 sheets 2 sheets less
g/m2
Manual stapling Paper thickness: 7.2 mm or less (Equivalent to 65 sheets or less, 1-point stapling) - Converting weight to
number of 64 g/m2
sheet.
Staple supply Special staple cartridge (5,000 staples)
Staple detection Available
Manual stapling Available
Initial feed of staple Available

- Paper size regulations:


Small size (feed length: 220 mm or less): A4, B5, LTR, EXEC, 16K
Large size (feed length: more than 220 mm): A3, A4R, B4, B5R, 11 17, LGL, LTRR, 8K

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Staple Position
- Front 1-point stapling (45 deg): A3, A4, B4, B5, 11 17, LTR, EXEC, 8K, 16 K

4.4 2.0 mm
4.4 2.0 mm

- Front 1-point stapling (30 deg): A4R, LGL, LTRR

3.6 2.0 mm

4.3 2.0 mm

- Rear 1-point stapling (45 deg): A3, A4, B4, B5, 1117, LTR, EXEC, 8K, 16K
4.4 2.0 mm

4.4 2.0 mm

- Rear 1-point stapling (30 deg): A4R, LGL, LTRR


3.6 2.0 mm

4.3 2.0 mm

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- 2-point stapling : A3, A4, A4R, B4, B5, 1117, LGL, LTR, LTRR, EXEC, 8K, 16K

L3
L1

L2

Paper Size L1 L2 L3 Interval


A3, A4 82.15 4.0 mm 202.15 4.0 mm 5.0 2.0 mm 120 mm
B4, B5 62.15 4.0 mm 182.15 4.0 mm 5.0 2.0 mm 120 mm
1117, LTR 73.15 4.0 mm 193.15 4.0 mm 5.0 2.0 mm 120 mm
A4R 38.65 4.0 mm 158.65 4.0 mm 5.0 2.0 mm 120 mm
LTRR, LGL 41.65 4.0 mm 161.65 4.0 mm 5.0 2.0 mm 120 mm
EXEC 67.15 4.0 mm 187.15 4.0 mm 5.0 2.0 mm 120 mm
8K, 16K 68.65 4.0 mm 188.65 4.0 mm 5.0 2.0 mm 120 mm

- Manual stapling

5.0 2.0 mm

4.15 2.0 mm

Staple-Free Binding Unit


Item Specifications Remarks
Binding method Pressing by rotating cam
Binding position Rear 1-point binding Tooth-shaped
Bindable size A3, A4, 11 17, LTR, 8K, 16 K
Binding capacity - 52 to 64 g/m2: 5 sheets or less - Binding a mix of
- More than 64 to 81.4 g/m2 : 4 sheets or less different widths is
- More than 81.4 to 105 g/m2 : 3 sheets or less not possible.
- Binding a mix of
same width is
possible.
Manual staple- Not available
free binding

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1. Product Overview

Binding position
- Rear 1-point binding (30 deg)

7.8 2.0 mm
13.5 2.0 mm

3.0 mm or less
Delivery direction

Saddle Stitcher Unit (Booklet Finisher)


Item Specifications Remarks
Stacking orien- Fixed folding stack tray
tation
Stapling meth- Vertically separated, semi-flat clinch, stapling at two positions in the middle
od
Folding meth- Roller pressure 2-fold
od
Fold position Center folding
Fold position Feed direction: 270 to 457.2 mm
Cross feed direction: 195 to 304.8 mm
Paper weight Body page: 52 to 220 g/m2 - Paper weight of the
Cover page: 52 to 256 g/m2 cover page should
be more than paper
weight of the body
page.
Capacity Without stitch - 52 to 105 g/m2: 1 to 3 sheets
- More than 105 to 256 g/m2: 1 sheet
With stitch - 52 to 81.4 g/m2: 2 to 20 sheets - Includes one cover
- More than 81.4 to 105 g/m2: 2 to 10 sheets page.
- More than 105 to 150 g/m2: 2 to 5 sheets
- More than 150 to 209 g/m2: 2 to 4 sheets
- More than 209 to 220 g/m2: 2 or 3 sheets
Stackable pa- Thin, plain, recycled, environmental, heavy, coated paper
per
Stacking ca- Without stitch - 52 to 105 g/m2: 25 sets
pacity - More than 105 to 256 g/m2: 10 sets
With stitch, without cover 52 to 81.4 g/m2 2 to 5 sheets: 25 sets - With cover, up to 10
6 to 10 sheets: 15 sets sets.
11 to 20 sheets: 10 sets
More than 81.4 to 105 2 to 5 sheets: 25 sets
g/m2 6 to 10 sheets: 15 sets
More than 105 to 220 10 sets
g/m2
Staple supply Special staple cartridge (2,000 staples)
Staple supply Available

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Staple Position

Feed direction

Stapling position

1.0 mm or less

Folding position
L3 1.0 mm

L1 2.0 mm

L2 2.0 mm

Paper Size L1 L2 L3
12"18" 86.9 mm 206.9 mm 228.6 mm
A3 83 mm 203 mm 210 mm
B4 63 mm 183 mm 182 mm
A4R 39.5 mm 159.5 mm 148.5 mm
11"17" 74.2 mm 194.2 mm 215.9 mm
LGL 42.45 mm 162.45 mm 177.8 mm
LTRR 42.45 mm 162.45 mm 139.7 mm

Others
Item Specifications Remarks
Paper detection - Upper/lower escape tray: not available
- Processing tray: available
- Stack tray: not available (near-empty function available)
Control panel Available (manual staple button)
Dimensions 527 mm (656 mm)* (W) 1,099 mm (1,195 mm)* (H) 623 mm (D)
*: When the auxiliary tray and rotation tray are extended
Weight - Staple finisher: about 35 kg
- Booklet finisher: about 58 kg
Power supply Supplied from the main unit: 24 V DC, 12 V DC
Power consumption 176 W or less (when puncher unit is installed)

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1. Product Overview

Names of Parts

External View (Front)


Staple Finisher
Upper Cover
Manual Staple Button

Upper Escape Tray (Tray A)

Front Cover
Lower Escape Tray (Tray B)

Stack Tray (Tray C) Manual Staple Paper Inlet (Slit)

Caster Cover (Rear)


Lower Front Cover

Caster Cover (Front)

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1. Product Overview

Booklet Finisher
Upper Cover
Manual Staple Button

Upper Escape Tray (Tray A)

Front Cover

Lower Escape Tray (Tray B)

Manual Staple Paper Inlet (Slit)


Stack Tray (Tray C)

Saddle Delivery Tray

Lower Front Cover

Caster Cover (Rear)

Caster Cover (Front)

External View (Rear)


Staple Finisher

Rear Cover

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1. Product Overview

Booklet Finisher

Rear Cover

External View (Internal)


Staple Finisher
Front Inner Cover

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1. Product Overview

Booklet Finisher
Front Inner Cover

Saddle Unit

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1. Product Overview

Cross Section
Staple Finisher
[10]
[1]
[2] [11]

[3] [12]

[4] [13]

[5] [14]

[6] [15]

[7]
[16]

[8] [17]

[9]

[1] Upper Escape Delivery Roller [10] Escape Feed Roller 2


[2] Upper Escape Tray [11] Escape Feed Flapper
[3] Lower Escape Delivery Roller [12] Escape Feed Roller 1
[4] Lower Escape Tray [13] Pre-Processing Roller
[5] Upper Stack Delivery Roller [14] Buffer/Saddle Inlet Flapper
[6] Lower Stack Delivery Roller [15] Escape Inlet Flapper
[7] Stack Tray [16] Inlet Roller
[8] Alignment Plate [17] Buffer/Saddle Inlet Roller
[9] Stapler Unit

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1. Product Overview

Booklet Finisher
[13]
[1]
[2] [14]

[3] [15]

[4] [16]

[5] [17]

[6] [18]

[7]
[19]

[8] [20]

[9] [21]

[10]

[22]
[11]

[12]
[23]

[1] Upper Escape Delivery Roller [13] Escape Feed Roller 2


[2] Upper Escape Tray [14] Escape Feed Flapper
[3] Lower Escape Delivery Roller [15] Escape Feed Roller 1
[4] Lower Escape Tray [16] Pre-Processing Roller
[5] Upper Stack Delivery Roller [17] Buffer/Saddle Inlet Flapper
[6] Lower Stack Delivery Roller [18] Escape Inlet Flapper
[7] Stack Tray [19] Inlet Roller
[8] Alignment Plate [20] Buffer/Saddle Inlet Roller
[9] Stitcher Unit [21] Stapler Unit
[10] Paper Folding Roller [22] Saddle Feed Roller
[11] Saddle Delivery Roller [23] Paper Pushing Plate
[12] Saddle Delivery Tray

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1. Product Overview

Optional Configuration
This equipment can incorporate a puncher unit (option)

Puncher Unit

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2 Technical
Explanation
Basic Configuration............................. 21
Controls...............................................24
Basic Operation...................................25
Feeding Unit........................................31
Stack/Escape Tray Unit.......................42
Processing Tray Unit...........................48
Saddle Stitcher Unit............................ 61
Controller Unit..................................... 70
Jam Detection..................................... 73
Power Supply...................................... 77
Service Tasks......................................78
2. Technical Explanation

Basic Configuration

Functional Configuration
The components of this finisher are organized into 4 major blocks: feed unit, processing tray unit (stapler unit), tray unit, and
saddle stitcher unit.

Staple Finisher

Tray Unit
Feed Unit

Processing Tray Unit

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2. Technical Explanation

Booklet Finisher

Tray Unit
Feed Unit

Processing Tray Unit

Saddle Stitcher Unit

Overview of Electrical Circuitry


The finisher's operation sequence is controlled by the finisher controller PCB.
The finisher controller PCB has a 32-bit CPU (IC12/IC42) that performs sequence control. It also communicates to its host, saddle
stitcher controller PCB, and the optional puncher unit. Communication between the host and the paper folding inserter unit that
is installed in the upstream of the finisher is performed through the finisher controller PCB. The CPU on the finisher controller
PCB contains a ROM for storing the operating sequence program.
The finisher controller PCB receives various commands through the communication cable from its host to drive the motors,
clutches, and fan. It also sends sensor and switch information to its host through the communication cable.

Staple Finisher

UFDI
Communication Motor
Finisher
Host Machine
Controller PCB
Fan

CPU Clutch
(IC12/IC42)
Serial
Sensor
Communication
Inserter Motor
Controller PCB Driver Switch

Serial Serial
Communication Communication
Inserter/folder Puncher
Controller PCB Controller PCB

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2. Technical Explanation

Booklet Finisher

UFDI
Communication Finisher Motor
Host Machine
Controller PCB
Fan

CPU Clutch
(IC12/IC42)
Sensor
Motor
Serial Driver
Communication Switch
Inserter
Controller PCB

Serial Serial
Inserter/folder Communication Communication Puncher
Controller PCB Controller PCB

Serial Communication

Saddle Stitcher Motor


Controller PCB
Sensor
CPU
(IC12)

Motor
Driver

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2. Technical Explanation

Controls

Controls
Item Reference
Basic Operation Outline Outline on page 25
Feeding Unit Outline Outline on page 31
Basic Operation Basic Operation on page 33
Feed Switch Operation Feed switch operation on page 34
Shift Operation Shift Operation on page 36
Buffer Operation Buffer Operation on page 39
Stack/Escape Tray Unit Outline Outline on page 42
Stack Tray Up and Down Movement Stack Tray Up and Down Movement on page 43
Stack Tray Delivery Paper Surface Detection, Stack Tray Delivery Paper Surface Detection, Paper Full
Paper Full on page 44
Escape Tray Paper Full Detection Escape Tray Paper Full Detection on page 47
Processing Tray Unit Outline Outline on page 48
Stacking Operation Stacking Operation on page 49
Alignment/Shifting Operation Alignment/Shifting Operation on page 52
Staple Operation Staple Operation on page 54
Staple-free Binding Operation Staple-free Binding Operation on page 57
Stack Delivery Operation Stack Delivery Operation on page 60
Saddle Stitcher Unit Outline Outline on page 61
Configuration Configuration on page 63
Basic Operation Basic Operation on page 64
Stacking Operation Stacking Operation on page 65
Paper Stack Feed Operation Paper Stack Feed Operation on page 67
Stitch Operation Stitch Operation on page 68
Paper Folding/Delivery Operation Paper Folding/Delivery Operation on page 68
Controller Unit Outline Outline on page 70
Finisher Controller PCB Finisher Controller PCB on page 70
Saddle Stitcher Controller PCB Saddle stitcher controller PCB on page 72
Jam Detection Outline Outline on page 73
Jams Jams on page 74
Power Supply Power Supply Route Power Supply Route on page 77
Protective Functions Protection Function on page 77
Service Tasks Upgrading Upgrading on page 78

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2. Technical Explanation

Basic Operation

Outline
Basic operations of this finisher are described below.

During stack tray delivery


1. The paper delivered from the host machine is fed by the inlet roller, pre-processing roller, and stack delivery roller.

Pre-Processing Roller

Upper Stack Delivery Roller


Inlet Roller

Lower Stack Delivery Roller

2. The paper delivered by the pre-processing roller is stacked on the processing tray by the paper end pushing guide and
paddle. The return roller and processing tray stopper align paper in the feed direction.

Paddle

Paper End Pushing Guide

Return Roller

Processing Tray Stopper

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2. Technical Explanation

3. The alignment plates are used to align paper in the width direction.

Rear Alignment Plate

Paper

Front Alignment Plate

4. The operations described in steps 1 to 3 are repeated for each sheet to stack the sheets on the processing tray.
5. The stacked sheets are stapled and binded (only in staple mode or staple-free binding mode).

Stapler Unit

Staple-Free Binding Unit

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2. Technical Explanation

6. After being shifted, the paper stack on the processing tray that has been stacked by the paper end assist guide and stack
delivery roller are delivered to the stack tray.

Upper Stack Delivery Roller

Lower Stack Delivery Roller Paper End Assist Guide

During upper escape tray delivery


1. The paper delivered from the host machine is fed by the inlet roller, escape inlet flapper, escape feed roller 1, escape feed
roller 2, and the upper escape delivery roller.

Upper Escape Delivery Roller

Escape Feed Roller 2

Escape Feed Roller 1

Escape Inlet Flapper

Inlet Roller

2. The paper delivered to the upper escape delivery roller is shifted (only during shift sort mode) and delivered to the upper
escape tray.

Upper Escape Delivery Roller

Paper

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2. Technical Explanation

During lower escape tray delivery


1. The paper delivered from the host machine is fed by the inlet roller, escape inlet flapper, escape feed roller 1, escape flapper,
and lower escape delivery roller.

Escape Flapper

Escape Feed Roller 1

Escape Inlet Flapper


Lower Escape Delivery Roller

Inlet Roller

2. The paper delivered to the lower escape delivery roller is shifted (only during shift sort mode) and delivered to the lower
escape tray.

Lower Escape Delivery Roller

Paper

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2. Technical Explanation

During saddle stitcher unit and buffer path unit feeding


1. The paper delivered from the host machine is fed by the inlet roller, pre-processing roller, and stack delivery roller.

Pre-Processing Roller

Upper Stack Delivery Roller


Inlet Roller

Lower Stack Delivery Roller

2. The paper is switched back and fed to the saddle stitcher unit and buffer path unit by the buffer/saddle inlet flapper and buffer/
saddle inlet roller.

Pre-Processing Roller
Buffer/Saddle Inlet Flapper

Buffer/Saddle Inlet Roller

Buffer Pass
(Paper Stacking)

To Saddle Stitcher Unit

During saddle delivery tray delivery


1. The paper fed to the saddle stitcher unit is then stacked on the saddle processing tray by the saddle feed roller and saddle
paddle.

Saddle Feed Roller

Saddle Paddle

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2. Technical Explanation

2. The saddle alignment plates are used to align paper in the width direction.

Rear Saddle Front Saddle


Alignment Plate Alignment Plate

Paper

3. The operations described in steps 1 and 2 are repeated for each sheet to stack the sheets on the saddle processing tray.
4. The paper is stitched (only in booklet mode).

Stitcher Unit

Saddle Gripper

Saddle Paper End Stopper

5. After the paper is folded by the paper pushing plate and paper folding roller, it is delivered on to the saddle delivery tray by
the saddle delivery roller.

Paper Folding Roller

Saddle Delivery Roller

Saddle Delivery Tray

Paper Pushing Plate

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2. Technical Explanation

Feeding Unit

Outline
The feeding unit feeds the paper received from the host machine to the stack tray, escape tray, or the saddle stitcher unit according
to the instructions from the finisher controller PCB.
Seven sensors are provided along the paper feed path to detect the paper feed state and jam.

Finisher Controller PCB

[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11]

M103 M106 M117 M119 M118 M101 M104 M102

CL101

CL102

CL103

[1] Stack Delivery/Paddle Motor drive signal M103 Stack Delivery/Paddle Motor
[2] Lower Stack Delivery Roller Clutch drive signal CL102 Lower Stack Delivery Roller Clutch
[3] Paddle Clutch drive signal CL103 Paddle Clutch
[4] Lower Escape Delivery Shift Motor drive signal M106 Lower Escape Delivery Shift Motor
[5] Escape Feed Motor drive signal M117 Escape Feed Motor
[6] Upper Escape Delivery Shift Motor drive signal M119 Upper Escape Delivery Shift Motor
[7] Escape Flapper Motor drive signal M118 Escape Flapper Motor
[8] Escape Feed Clutch drive signal CL101 Escape Feed Clutch
[9] Inlet Feed Motor drive signal M101 Inlet Feed Motor
[10] Flapper Motor drive signal M104 Flapper Motor
[11] Pre-processing/Buffer Motor drive signal M102 Pre-processing/Buffer Motor

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2. Technical Explanation

Finisher Controller PCB

[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]

PS133

PS131

PS111

PS101

PS102
PS114 PS103

[1] Processing Tray Paper Sensor detection signal PS114 Processing Tray Paper Sensor
[2] Delivery Sensor detection signal PS102 Delivery Sensor
[3] Lower Escape Delivery Sensor detection signal PS111 Lower Escape Delivery Sensor
[4] Upper Escape Delivery Sensor detection signal PS133 Upper Escape Delivery Sensor
[5] Escape Feed Sensor detection signal PS131 Escape Feed Sensor
[6] Inlet Sensor detection signal PS101 Inlet Sensor
[7] Buffer Sensor detection signal PS103 Buffer Sensor

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2. Technical Explanation

Basic Operation
The feeding unit uses the following 3 sequences of operation:

[1] Feed switch operation


Three flappers are used to feed the paper to the stack tray (processing tray), upper/lower escape tray, or the saddle stitcher
unit (buffer path unit).

[2] Shift operation


When paper is stacked in the escape tray, switch the paper position for each job. (only when shift sort mode is selected)

[3] Buffer operation


A specified number of sheets are stored in the buffer path unit and fed with the paper received from the host machine to the
processing tray unit.

[2] To Upper Escape Tray

To Lower Escape Tray

To Stack Tray
[1]

From Connection Machine

[3]
To Processing Tray
To Saddle Stitcher Unit

: Flow of Paper

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2. Technical Explanation

Feed switch operation


This equipment feeds the paper received from the host machine to the stack tray (processing tray), upper escape tray, lower
escape tray, or saddle delivery tray (saddle stitcher unit). The feed path is switched by three flappers: escape inlet flapper, buffer/
saddle inlet flapper, and escape flapper. The home position is detected by the flapper HP sensor (PS105) and escape flapper
HP sensor (PS132). The flappers are driven by two motors: flapper motor (M104) and escape flapper motor (M118).

Escape Flapper Motor (M118)


Cam

Escape Feed Sensor (PS131) Link

Escape Flapper
HP Sensor (PS132)
Escape Flapper
Flapper HP Sensor (PS105)

Cam
Link

Flapper Motor (M104)

Link

Buffer/Saddle
Inlet Flapper

Inlet Sensor (PS101)

Escape Inlet Flapper

Paper feed to the stack tray (processing tray)


- Escape Inlet Flapper: OFF
- Buffer/Saddle Inlet Flapper: OFF
- Flapper HP Sensor (PS105): OFF

Flapper HP Sensor (PS105)


Cam

Buffer/Saddle Inlet Flapper Escape Inlet Flapper

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2. Technical Explanation

Paper feed to the upper escape tray


- Escape Inlet Flapper: ON
- Escape Flapper: OFF
- Flapper HP Sensor (PS105): OFF
- Escape Flapper HP Sensor (PS132): ON

Cam
Escape Flapper Escape Flapper HP Sensor (PS132)

Flapper HP Sensor (PS105)


Cam

Escape Inlet Flapper


Buffer/Saddle Inlet Flapper

Paper feed to the lower escape tray


- Escape Inlet Flapper: ON
- Escape Flapper: ON
- Flapper HP Sensor (PS105): OFF
- Escape Flapper HP Sensor (PS132): OFF

Cam
Escape Flapper
Escape Flapper HP Sensor (PS132)

Flapper HP Sensor (PS105)


Cam

Escape Inlet Flapper


Buffer/Saddle Inlet Flapper

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2. Technical Explanation

Paper feed to the saddle delivery tray (saddle stitcher unit)


- Buffer/Saddle Inlet Flapper: ON
- Flapper HP Sensor (PS105): OFF

Flapper HP Sensor
(PS105)
Cam

Buffer/Saddle Inlet Flapper

Shift Operation
This equipment delivers paper fed to the escape tray unit to the escape tray by shifting the escape delivery roller to the front and
back. The escape delivery roller is shifted by the upper/lower escape delivery shift motor (M119/M106). The home position is
detected by the upper/lower escape delivery roller HP sensor (PS134/PS112).

Upper/Lower Escape Delivery Shift Motor (M119/M106)

Rack Gear

Roller

Escape Feed Motor (M117)

Upper/Lower Escape Delivery Roller HP Sensor (PS134/PS112)

Upper/Lower Escape Delivery Roller

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2. Technical Explanation

The relationship between operation modes and shift positions is summarized in the following table:

Mode Paper Shift position


Non-Sort Paper width: less than 100mm or more than 330mm Center reference
Transparency, postcard, label, tracing, tab paper (paper leading edge
tab)
Shift-sort Paper width: 220 mm to 290 mm - Front shift position: 30 mm front-
Paper length: 182 mm to 432 mm ward from the center reference po-
sition
- Rear shift position: 30 mm front-
ward from the center reference po-
sition
Paper width: 290 mm to 297 mm - Front shift position: 25 mm front-
Paper length: 182 mm to 432 mm ward from the center reference po-
sition
- Rear shift position: 25 mm front-
ward from the center reference po-
sition

The following paper does not perform shift operation.


Paper width: 220 mm to 290 mm
Paper length: 182 mm to 432 mm

Shift Operation Overview


The trailing edge of the paper fed by the escape delivery roller passes through the escape delivery roller, and after being fed for
a specified amount, the escape delivery roller unit shifts to the front or rear to shift the paper.

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2. Technical Explanation

When the paper width is 220 mm to 290 mm and paper length is 182 mm to 432 mm
- Front shift

Upper/Lower Escape Delivery Roller

30mm

Paper

- Rear shift

Upper/Lower Escape Delivery Roller

30mm

Paper

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2. Technical Explanation

When the paper width is less than 290 mm or more than 297 mm and paper length is less than 182 mm or more than 432
mm
- Front shift

Upper/Lower Escape Delivery Roller

25mm

Paper

- Rear shift

Upper/Lower Escape Delivery Roller

25mm

Paper

Buffer Operation
The paper fed by the host machine while the processing tray unit is performing shift operation or staple operation is stored in the
buffer path unit and fed to the processing tray unit as a paper stack. This allows paper to be fed without sacrificing print processing
speed. In addition, the buffer operation is not performed at the staple-free binding mode.
Paper size applicable for buffer feed operation
- Feed direction: 182 mm to 220 mm
- Cross feed direction: 216.1 mm to 297 mm
Number of sheets that can be buffered: 1 to 3 sheets (Up to 2 sheets can be stacked in the buffer. 1 or 2 sheets for 2-sided
print)
Weight of paper that can be buffered: 60 to 105 g/m2

Buffer feed operation impossibility condition


When chose bond paper.
When the staple-free binding operation.
When the 1shift sort mood.

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2. Technical Explanation

Buffer Operation
1. The trailing edge of the paper fed by the host machine is detected by the input sensor (PS101). The paper is fed for a specified
amount where it stops.

M104

Flapper HP Sensor (PS105)

Buffer/Saddle Inlet Flapper


Cam

Inlet Sensor
(PS101)

Buffer Sensor (PS103)

2. The flapper motor (M104) is driven to switch the buffer/saddle inlet flapper. The pre-processing/buffer motor (M102) is driven
in reverse to feed the paper to the buffer path unit. The paper trailing edge is detected by the buffer sensor (PS103), and the
paper is fed a specified amount where it stops.

M102 M104

Flapper HP Sensor
(PS105)
Cam

Buffer/Saddle Inlet Flapper

Inlet Sensor
(PS101)

Buffer Sensor (PS103)

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2. Technical Explanation

3. The flapper motor (M104) is driven to switch the buffer/saddle inlet flapper. The paper stored in the buffer and the paper
received from the host machine are placed on top of each other but shifted by a specified amount and fed.
- If one sheet of paper is stored in the buffer, the overlapped sheets are fed to the processing tray unit as they are.
- If two sheets of paper are stored in the buffer, the operation described in steps 2 and 3 is performed, the two sheets and
the paper received from the host machine are placed on top of each other and fed to the processing tray unit.

M102 M104

Flapper HP Sensor
(PS105)
Cam
Buffer/Saddle Inlet Flapper

Inlet Sensor
(PS101)

Buffer Sensor (PS103)

< Related service mode >


(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > BFF-SFT: Adjusting the displacement amount of the buffered paper (1st to 2nd sheets)
(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > BFF-SFT2: Adjusting the displacement amount of the buffered paper (2nd to 3rd sheets)
(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > NST-SPD: Adjusting the delivery speed at the non sort mode
(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > ESC1-SPD: Adjusting the delivery speed of the lower escape tray
(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > ESC2-SPD: Adjusting the delivery speed of the upper escape tray
(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > SFT-SPD: Adjusting the delivery speed at the shift sort mode
(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > STP-SPD: Adjusting the delivery speed at the staple mode
(Lv.1) SORTER > OPTION > BUFF-SW: Setting ON/OFF of the buffer operation

< Related error code >


E553-8001: Lower Escape Delivery Shift Motor error
E553-8002: Lower Escape Delivery Shift Motor error
E553-8003: Upper Escape Delivery Shift Motor error
E553-8004: Upper Escape Delivery Shift Motor error
E553-8011: Flapper Motor error
E553-8012: Flapper Motor error
E553-8013: Escape Flapper Motor error
E553-8014: Escape Flapper Motor error

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2. Technical Explanation

Stack/Escape Tray Unit

Outline
This equipment has a stack tray and two escape trays. The escape trays are fixed in place. The stack tray moves up and down
according to the instructions from the finisher controller PCB. The stack/escape tray unit has a sensor for detecting the paper
surface of the stack tray unit, five sensors for detecting whether the paper delivered in the tray is full, and two sensors for detecting
the position of the stack tray.

Upper Escape Tray

Upper Escape Tray Full Sensor


(PS135)
Lower Escape Tray

Lower Escape Tray Full Sensor


(PS113)

Stack Tray Upper Limit Sensor


(PS110)

Stack Tray Stack Tray HP Sensor


(PS106)

Stack Tray Full Sensor 1


(PS107)

Stack Tray Full Sensor 2


(PS108)

Stack Tray Full Sensor 3


(PS109)

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2. Technical Explanation

Stack Tray Up and Down Movement


The finisher controller PCB drives the stack tray shift motor (M105) to move the stack tray up and down via the belt. The stack
tray HP sensor (PS106) detects the home position of the stack tray. The stack tray upper limit sensor (PS110) detects the upper
limit position of the stack tray.

Stack Tray Upper Limit Sensor


(PS110)

Stack Tray Stack Tray HP Sensor


(PS106)

Stack Tray Full Sensor 1


(PS107)

Stack Tray Full Sensor 2


(PS108)

Stack Tray Full Sensor 3


(PS109)

Stack Tray Shift Motor


Stack Tray Drive Belt (M105)

Stack Tray Torque Limiter

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2. Technical Explanation

Stack Tray Delivery Paper Surface Detection, Paper Full


The surface position of the paper delivered in the stack tray is detected by the stack tray paper surface sensors (PBA101,
PBA102,PBA103). The surface of the paper delivered in the stack tray is detected by using the stack tray paper surface sensor
(upper and lower) (light-receiving) (PBA102, PBA103) to detect the on/off state of the LED light emitted from the stack tray paper
surface sensor (light-emitting) (PBA101).

PBA102

Approx. 40mm

PBA103
Stack Tray

Stack Tray Paper Surface Sensor (Upper)


(light-receiving) (PBA102)

Stack Tray Upper Limit Sensor (PS110)

Stack Tray HP Sensor (PS106)

PS106
Stack Tray Paper Surface Sensor (Lower)
(light-receiving) (PBA103)

Stack Tray
Stack Tray

Stack Tray Paper Surface Sensor (light-emitting) (PBA101)

Paper absence (near empty) condition

When the paper stacked in the stack tray increases, the LED light from the stack tray paper surface sensor (light-emitting)
(PBA101) is blocked. When this happens, the stack tray is lowered so that the paper surface height on the stack tray is
appropriately aligned with the paper delivered from the delivery unit (about 40 mm).

Stack Tray Paper Surface Sensor (Upper)


(light-receiving) (PBA102)

Approx. 40mm

Stack Tray
Stack Tray Paper Surface Sensor (Lower)
(light-receiving) (PBA103)

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2. Technical Explanation

Note that this equipment does not have a paper sensor on the stack tray. Therefore, if the stack tray HP sensor (PS106) is on
when the stack tray paper surface sensor detects the paper surface (top surface of the tray), this equipment decides that the
paper in the stack tray is near empty.

Stack Tray HP Sensor (PS106)

Stack Tray Paper Surface Sensor (Upper)


(light-receiving) (PBA102)

Stack Tray
Stack Tray Paper Surface Sensor (Lower)
(light-receiving) (PBA103)

The paper surface detection of the stack tray is not executed in the following conditions. (This is to reduce the sound of tray
movement.)
From power-on until the initial operation starts
When an error or jam occurs
When in sleep mode
When the tray function is restricted

If the stack tray full sensors 1, 2, and 3 (PS107, PS108, and PS109) are on when the LED light from the stack tray paper surface
sensor (light-emitting) (PBA101) is blocked (; the stack tray paper surface sensor detects the paper), this equipment decides that
the paper in the delivery tray is full and stops the paper feed operation.
The following illustration shows the condition that the stack tray full sensor 1 (PS107) detected the paper full on the stack tray.

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2. Technical Explanation

Stack Tray Upper Limit sensor (PS110)

Stack Tray HP Sensor (PS106)

Stack Tray Paper Surface Sensor (light-receiving)

Stack Tray Full Sensor 1 (PS107)

Stack Tray Full Sensor 2 (PS108)

Stack Tray Full Sensor 3 (PS109)

Sensor name Role


Stack Tray Full Sensor 1 (PS107) Paper full detection of large-size coated paper
Stack Tray Full Sensor 2 (PS108) Paper full detection of large-size plain paper
Paper full detection of small-size coated paper
Stack Tray Full Sensor 3 (PS109) Paper full detection of small-size plain paper

- Small size: feed length 220 mm or less, large size: feed length more than 220 mm

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2. Technical Explanation

Escape Tray Paper Full Detection


Paper full detection on the escape tray is performed using the upper escape tray full sensor (PS135) and lower escape tray full
sensor (PS113). When the upper/lower escape tray full sensor (PS135/PS113) is on, it is determined that the paper in the escape
tray is full, and paper feed operation is stopped.

Paper Full Detection Sensor Flag

Paper

Upper/Lower Escape Delivery Roller

Paper Full Detection Sensor Flag OFF

PS135/PS113

Upper/Lower Escape Tray

Upper/Lower Escape Tray Full Sensor (PS135/PS113)

NOTE:
To prevent damage when the tray is raised due to an error in the stack tray unit, the escape tray unit is constructed so that the
tray moves to the top.

< Related service mode >


(Lv.1) SORTER > OPTION > TRY-STP: Setting whether to limit the stack capacity of the stapled or folded sheets
(Lv.1) SORTER > OPTION > TRY-LMT: Setting whether to limit the stack capacity of the stack tray

< Related error code >


E540-8001: Stack tray time out error
E540-8002: Stack tray area error
E540-8004: Stack tray paper surface detection error

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2. Technical Explanation

Processing Tray Unit

Outline
The processing tray unit aligns, shifts, and staples the delivered paper, and then delivers the paper stack onto the stack tray.
Note that alignment is not performed in the processing tray unit if shifting, stapling, or staple-free binding is not performed.
(However, alignment is performed for 2-sided print of A3 and B4 sheets weighing less than 64 g/m2.)

Rear Tray Auxiliary Guide Paper End Pushing Guide


Paper End Pushing Guide
Front Tray Auxiliary Guide Paddle
Paddle Rear Alignment Plate
Front Alignment Plate

Staple-Free Binding Unit

Paper Retainer

Paper End Retainer


Return Roller
Paper Retainer Paper End Assist Guide
Return Roller
Stapler Unit
Processing Tray Stopper
Paper End Retainer
Paper End Assist Guide

Name Role
Paddle Feeds the paper delivered from the pre-processing roller onto the processing tray unit.
Return Roller Feeds the paper fed onto the processing tray to the stopper.
Allows the paper fed to the processing tray to be pressed against itself to align the paper in the feed
Processing Tray Stopper
direction.
Front/Rear Alignment Plate Aligns the paper fed to the processing tray in the width direction and shifts the paper.
Supports the trailing edge of the paper stack fed to the processing tray and delivers the stack by pushing
Paper End Assist Guide
it onto the stack tray.
Pushes down on the trailing edge of the paper delivered from the pre-processing roller and drops the
Paper End Pushing Guide
paper trailing edge onto the processing tray.
Stapler Unit Staples sheets.
Staple-free Binding Unit Binds sheets without using staples.
Front/Rear Tray Auxiliary Supports paper stacking when long paper is stacked to prevent alignment errors caused by warped
Guide paper.
Paper Retainer Retains the paper stacked on the processing tray using its own weight.
Paper End Retainer Prevents bending by holding the paper trailing edge pressed against the processing stopper.

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2. Technical Explanation

Stacking Operation
The paper delivered from the pre-processing roller is stacked on the processing tray and aligned in the feed direction. How paper
is delivered from the pre-processing roller and stacked on the processing tray is described below.

Paddle Clutch Paper End Pushing Guide


(CL103) Paddle
Paddle HP Sensor
Paper End Pushing (PS120) Paper End Pushing Guide
Guide Motor (M112)

Stack Delivery/Paddle Motor


Return Roller Lift
(M103)
Motor (M111)
Return Roller HP Sensor Paper End Pushing Guide
(PS121) HP Sensor (PS122)
Paper End Retainer
Return Roller
Return Roller Paper End Retainer
Paper End Assist Guide
Paper End Assist Guide
Processing Tray Stopper

1. The trailing edge of the paper received from the host machine is detected by the delivery sensor (S102). After a specified
time elapses, the paper end pushing guide motor (M112) drives to lower the paper end pushing guide which presses down
on the paper trailing edge onto the processing tray.

M112
Paper End Pushing Guide

PS102

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2. Technical Explanation

2. The stack delivery/paddle motor (M103) drives, and the paddle clutch (CL103) turns on. The paddle is rotated (once for small
size, twice for large size) and pulls in the paper into the processing tray unit. Further, return roller lift motor (M111) is driven,
and stack delivery/paddle motor (M103) is used for rotation. The return roller is lowered, and the paper is pressed against
the processing tray stopper to align the paper in the feed direction.

NOTE:
The buffered paper stack is pulled into the processing tray unit by the stack delivery roller.

M103 M111

Paddle

CL103

Return Roller

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2. Technical Explanation

3. The paper end pushing guide motor (M112) and return roller lift motor (M111) are driven to lift the paper end pushing guide
and return roller. Then the front/rear alignment motors (M107/M108) are driven to move the front/rear alignment plate so that
the paper stacked in the processing tray is aligned in the cross feed direction.

M112 M111

Paper End Pushing Guide

Return Roller

Rear Alignment Plate

M108

Paper

M107

Front Alignment Plate

4. Operations described in steps 1 to 3 are repeated for each sheet.

NOTE:
Stack Delivery Auxiliary Function
When the paper of length more than the processing tray is stacked on the tray, the misalignment may occur owing to hanging
down by its own weight. To prevent this, the tray auxiliary guides are pushed out toward the delivery side of the finisher when
the paper of length more than the processing tray is stacked.

Tray Auxiliary Guide

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2. Technical Explanation

<Related service mode>


(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > RBLT-PRS: Adjusting the height of the return belt
(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > RBLT-PS2: Adjusting the height of the return belt

<Related error code>


E578-8001: Return Roller Lift Motor error
E578-8002: Return Roller Lift Motor error
E57B-8001: Paper End Pushing Guide Motor error
E57B-8002: Paper End Pushing Guide Motor error
E553-80F1: Stack Delivery/Paddle Motor error
E553-80F2: Stack Delivery/Paddle Motor error
E583-8001: Tray Auxiliary Guide Motor error
E583-8002: Tray Auxiliary Guide Motor error

Alignment/Shifting Operation
The paper stacked on the processing tray is aligned in the width direction by the front and rear alignment plates.
When shift sort is specified, the paper stacked on the processing tray is shifted to the front or rear side. The front alignment plate
is driven by the front alignment motor (M107) and the rear alignment plate by the rear alignment motor (M108). The home positions
of the alignment plates are detected by the front alignment HP sensor (PS115) and rear alignment HP sensor (PS116).

Rear Alignment Plate

Front Alignment Plate


Rear Alignment HP Sensor
(PS116)
Rear Alignment Motor (M108)
Front Alignment HP Sensor (PS115)
Front Alignment Motor (M107)

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2. Technical Explanation

The relationship between operation modes and shift positions is summarized in the following table:

Operation
Paper Shift position Remarks
Mode
Non sort 2-sided print of A3 and B4 sheets weighing less Center reference Paper other than those on the left is
than 64 g/m2 not stacked and passed through.
Shift sort Paper width: 210 mm to 297 mm - Front shift position: 15
Paper length: 182 mm to 432 mm mm frontward from the
center reference position
- Rear shift position: 15 mm
frontward from the center
reference position
Paper other than above Center reference
Staple A3, A4, A4R, B4, B5, 11 17, LGL, LTR, LTRR, Center reference
EXEC, 8K, 16K
Staple-free bind- A3, A4, 1117, LTR, 8K, 16K Center reference
ing

Front shift position

Rear Alignment Plate

Paper

Central Reference+15mm

Front Alignment Plate

Rear shift position

Rear Alignment Plate

Central Reference+15mm

Paper

Front Alignment Plate

<Related service mode>


(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > ST-ALG1: Adjusting the A4 size paper alignment position
(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > ST-ALG2: Adjusting the LTR size paper alignment position
(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > CENT-ALG: Adjusting the center standard position of the alignment plates
(Lv.1) SORTER > OPTION > STP-ALG: Setting the operation of the alignment plates at the staple and staple-free binding
mode

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2. Technical Explanation

<Related error code>


E530-8001: Front Alignment Motor error
E530-8002: Rear Alignment Motor error
E537-8001: Front Alignment Motor error
E530-8002: Rear Alignment Motor error

Staple Operation
Outline
In staple operation, the specified number of sheets of paper (65 sheets max.) is stapled by the stapler unit. The staple position
varies depending on the staple mode.
The stapler unit is driven by the stapler shift motor (M114). The home position is detected by the stapler shift HP sensor (PS124).
In addition, if paper is set in the manual staple paper slot and the manual staple paper sensor (PS128) turns on, manual stapling
becomes possible (manual staple LED lights). If the manual staple button is pressed or a specified time elapses, stapling is
executed. The time from when the paper is set until stapling is executed automatically can be adjusted through <configuration/
registration> and service mode. (Range of settings: 1 to 5 seconds, default value: 3 seconds)
Manual stapling cannot be executes if the finisher is in one of the following conditions.
During initial operation
Front cover is open
When a jam occurs
When an error occurs
When a staple empty alarm occurs
When a job is being executed
During sleep mode
During tray function restriction mode
When there is paper in the processing tray
When the stapler is not at its home position
When paper is detected in the manual stapler unit

Staple-free Binding Unit

Paper Rear End Detection Sensor Flag

Paper
Stapler Unit

Manual Staple Paper


Sensor (PS128)

Paper Right End Detection


Sensor Flag

Stapler Drive Belt

Stapler Shift HP Sensor (PS124)

Stapler Shift Motor (M114)

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2. Technical Explanation

Manual stapling

Paper

Stapling Position

Stapler Unit

Front 1-point stapling (45 deg)

Paper

Stapling Position

Stapler Unit

Front 1-point stapling (30 deg)

Paper

Stapling Position

Stapler Unit

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2. Technical Explanation

2-point stapling

Stapling Position
Paper

Stapler Unit

Rear 1-point stapling (30 deg)

Paper

Stapling Position

Stapler Unit

Rear 1-point stapling (45 deg)

Paper

Stapling Position

Stapler Unit

Stapler Unit
Stapling occurs when the cam driven by the staple motor (M115) rotates once.
The cam's home position is detected by the staple HP sensor (PS125).

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2. Technical Explanation

The presence of the staple cartridge and the presence of the staples in the staple cartridge are detected by the staple sensor
(PS127). Whether the staple in the staple cartridge is pushed out to the leading edge of the cartridge is detected by the staple
edging sensor (PS126).

Stapling Unit

Cam
Staple Motor (M115)

Number of sheets that can be stapled

Item Specifications Remarks


Number of Paper Small size Large size - Paper thickness (small size): 11 mm or less
sheets that can 52 to 90 g/m2 65 sheets 30 sheets - Paper thickness (large size): 5.5 mm or less
be stapled Paper size regulations
More than 90 to 105
50 sheets 25 sheets Small size: feed length 220 mm or less
g/m2
Large size: feed length more than 220 mm
More than 105 to
2 sheets 2 sheets
256 g/m2

If a job is in the following condition, stapling is not performed, and the paper is delivered.
When the number of sheets that can be stapled is exceeded
When paper whose width is less than 210 mm or more than 297 mm is in use
When paper whose length is less than 182 mm or more than 432 mm is in use

< Related service mode >


(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > STP-F1: Adjusting the front 1-staple position
(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > STP-R1: Adjusting the rear 1-staple position
(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > STP-2P: Adjusting the front/rear 2-staple position
(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > MSTP-2P: Adjusting the front/rear staple position at the manual staple mode
(Lv.1) SORTER > OPTION > MSTP-TMG: Setting the staple timing at the manual staple mode

< Related error code >


E531-8001: Staple Motor error
E531-8002: Staple Motor error
E532-8001: Stapler Shift Motor error
E532-8002: Stapler Shift Motor error

Staple-free Binding Operation


Outline
Staple-free binding includes an operation that binds the specified number of sheets (5 sheets max.) using the staple-free binding
unit. The binding position is one location on the rear side.
In staple-free binding mode, the paper stack center-aligned by the processing tray is shifted to the staple-free binding position
by the alignment plate. The staple-free binding unit is driven by the staple-free binding motor (M116) to bind the paper stack.
The rotation status of the staple-free binding motor (M116) is detected by the staple-free binding motor clock sensor (PS130).
The binding unit's home position is detected by the staple-free binding HP sensor (PS129).

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2. Technical Explanation

Note that the staple-free binding unit is shifted by the stapler shift motor (M114) to the front or rear in sync with the stapler unit.
When stapling by the stapler unit is taking place, the staple-free binding unit is stored in the rear.

Staple-free Binding Motor (M116)

Staple-free Binding Motor Staple-free Binding Unit


Clock Sensor (PS130)

Rack Gear Stapler Unit

Staple-free Binding HP Sensor (PS129)

Stapler Drive Belt

Stapler Shift Motor (M114)

Because the staple-free binding position is only rear 1-point binding, the binding position for the printing is changed by the
combination of the printing image rotation control and face up/down delivery function.

Paper

Binding Position

Staple-Free Binding Unit

The relations between the direction of the printing and the binding position are described below.

Binding Position

A
A
A

Paper

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2. Technical Explanation

Staple-Free Binding Unit


When the staple-free binding motor (M116) drives and the cam rotates once, the binding unit pinches the paper. The wave-shaped
upper teeth and lower teeth of the binding unit bite the paper to bind it. The cam rotation status is detected by the staple-free
binding HP sensor (PS129) to detect the home position of the binding unit.

Staple-Free Binding Motor (M116)


Upper Teeth
Binding Unit

Lower Teeth

Cam

Staple-Free Binding HP Sensor (PS129)

Number of sheets that can be binded

Item Specifications Remarks


Binding capaci- - 52 to 64 g/m2: 5 sheets or less - Binding a mix of different widths is not possible.
ty - More than 64 to 81.4 g/m2: 4 sheets or less - Binding a mix of same width is possible.
- More than 81.4 to 105 g/m2: 3 sheets or less
* However the operation limit is uniformly 5 sheets or less

If a job is in the following condition, staple-free binding is not performed, and the paper is delivered.
When the number of sheets that can be staple-free binded is exceeded
When paper whose width is less than 270 mm or more than 297 mm is in use
When paper whose length is less than 195 mm or more than 432 mm is in use

NOTE:
If the malfunction of the staple-free binding unit has occurred, the alarm (Alarm code: 61-0002) is notified after the operation of
the machine has stopped as the jam.
When replacing the staple-free binding unit after the notification of the alarm, perform the following service mode.
(Lv.1) SORTER > FUNCTION > EMSG-CLR

< Related service mode >


(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > FR-ST-PS: Adjusting the binding pressure at the staple-free binding mode
(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > FR-STP-Y: Adjusting the binding position for the front/rear direction at the staple-free binding
mode
(Lv.1) SORTER > FUNCTION > FR-ST-RP: Performing the removal operation of the paper dust from the staple-free binding
unit
(Lv.1) SORTER > FUNCTION > EMSG-CLR: Clearing the message about the function limit of the staple-free binding mode

< Related alarm code >


61-0002: Staple-free Binding alarm

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2. Technical Explanation

Stack Delivery Operation


The paper stacked in the processing tray is fed toward the stack tray by the paper end assist guide and delivered to the stack
tray by the stack delivery roller. The upper stack delivery roller is used for this purpose. During this process, the swing unit including
the upper stack delivery roller is controlled so that it is positioned at the appropriate location according to the thickness and type
of the delivered paper stack. The paper end assist guide is driven by the paper end assist motor (M113) via the assist guide drive
belt. The paper end assist guide's home position is detected by the paper end assist HP sensor (PS123).
The number of the stack delivery sheet is to 5 sheets at the maximum.

Swing Guide Motor (M110)

Stack Delivery/Paddle Motor (M103)

Swing Guide HP Sensor (PS119)

Upper Stack Delivery Roller

Swing Guide Unit

Lower Stack Delivery


Roller Clutch (CL102) Paper End Assist Guide

Rear Tray Auxiliary Guide


Front Tray Auxiliary Guide
Lower Stack Delivery Roller

Rear Tray Auxiliary Guide


HP Sensor (PS118)

Front Tray Auxiliary Guide


Assist Guide Drive Belt HP Sensor (PS117)

Paper End Assist Motor (M113) Tray Auxiliary Guide Motor (M109)

Paper End Assist HP Sensor (PS123)

< Related service mode >


(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > SW-UP-RL: Adjusting the height of the swing unit
(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > RBLT-PRS: Adjusting the height of the return belt
(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > RBLT-PS2: Adjusting the height of the return belt
(Lv.1) SORTER > OPTION > 1SHT-SRT: Setting ON/OFF of the shift sort delivery operation for a sheet of paper
(Lv.1) SORTER > OPTION > SFT-CHNG: Setting the delivery number of the stacking paper at the shift sort mode

< Related error code >


E514-8001: Paper End Assist Motor error
E514-8002: Paper End Assist Motor error
E535-8001: Swing Guide Motor error
E535-8002: Swing Guide Motor error
E554-8001: Safety Switch ON error

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2. Technical Explanation

Saddle Stitcher Unit

Outline
The saddle stitcher unit stitches and folds paper according to the instructions from the saddle stitcher controller PCB and delivers
the paper to the saddle delivery tray. Three sensors are provided along the paper feed path to detect the paper feed state and
jam.

Saddle Stitcher Controller PCB

[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]

M205 M203 M207 M204 M201 M206

[1] Saddle Gripper Motor drive signal M205 Saddle Gripper Motor
[2] Saddle Alignment Motor drive signal M203 Saddle Alignment Motor
[3] Saddle Delivery Motor drive signal M207 Saddle Delivery Motor
[4] Saddle Paper Pushing Plate/Folding Motor drive signal M204 Saddle Paper Pushing Plate/Folding Motor
[5] Saddle Feed/Paddle Motor drive signal M201 Saddle Feed/Paddle Motor
[6] Saddle Paper End Stopper Motor drive signal M206 Saddle Paper End Stopper Motor

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Saddle Stitcher Controller PCB

[1] [2] [3]

PS201

PS203
PS202

[1] Saddle Delivery Sensor detection signal PS203 Saddle Delivery Sensor
[2] Saddle Processing Tray Paper Sensor detection signal PS202 Saddle Processing Tray Paper Sensor
[3] Saddle Inlet Sensor detection signal PS201 Saddle Inlet Sensor

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Configuration
The names and roles of the components of the saddle stitcher unit are as follows:

Saddle Switching Lever

Saddle Stitcher Tray


Stitcher Unit Saddle Feed Roller

Paper Folding Roller

Paper Pushing Plate

Saddle Delivery Roller

Rear Saddle Alignment Plate

Front Saddle Alignment Plate

Saddle Paddle

Saddle Gripper

Saddle Paper End Stopper

Name Role
Paper Folding Roller Folds paper stacks in half by gripping them and feeding them.
Paper Pushing Plate Pushes the center area of paper stacks to feed them to the paper folding roller unit.
Stitcher Unit Stitches at two locations at the center of paper stacks.
Saddle Paddle Feeds the paper fed to the saddle processing tray to the saddle paper end stopper.
Saddle Paper End Stopper Presses the fed paper against the saddle processing tray, aligns the paper in the feed direction,
and feeds the paper stack from the saddle processing tray.
Saddle Alignment Plate Aligns the paper fed to the saddle processing tray in the cross feed direction.
Saddle Gripper Holds the paper trailing edge pressed against the saddle paper end stopper and works in con-
junction with the saddle paper end stopper to feed the paper stack from the saddle processing
tray.
Saddle Switching Lever Guides the paper stack fed from the saddle processing tray.
Saddle Stitcher Tray Stacks the paper fed to the saddle processing tray.

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2. Technical Explanation

Basic Operation
The saddle stitcher unit uses the following 4 sequences of operation:

[1] Stacking operation


The paper fed from the transport area is stacked in the saddle processing tray and is aligned in the feed direction and cross
feed direction.

[2] Paper stack feed operation


The paper stack in the saddle processing tray is fed to the stitching position and paper folding position.

[3] Stitch operation


The paper is stitched at two locations at the center. (only in saddle stitch mode)

[4] Paper folding/delivery operation


The paper is folded in half at the center and delivered to the saddle delivery tray.

From Feed Unit

[3]

[4]

[2]

[1]

: Flow of Paper

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2. Technical Explanation

Stacking Operation
1. The saddle stitcher controller PCB drives the saddle paper end stopper motor (M206) to move the saddle paper end stopper
according to the paper size. Then, it drives the saddle alignment motor (M203) to move the saddle alignment plate to the
paper width +10 mm position.

M203

Paper

Rear Saddle Front Saddle


Alignment Plate Alignment Plate

Paper Width+10mm Paper Width +10mm


M206
Saddle Paper End Stopper

2. The saddle feed/paddle motor (M201) drives to rotate the saddle feed roller and saddle paddle and feeds the paper to the
saddle processing tray. During this process, the paper is pressed against the saddle paper end stopper to align the paper in
the feed direction.

Saddle Feed Roller

M201

Saddle Paddle

Paper

Saddle Paper End Stopper

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3. The saddle alignment motor (M203) drives to operate the saddle alignment plate. The saddles is processed, and the paper
stacked in the tray is aligned in the cross feed direction.

M203

Rear Saddle Front Saddle


Alignment Plate Alignment Plate

Paper

4. Operations described in steps (2) to (3) are repeated for each sheet.

< Related service mode >


(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > SDL-ALG: Adjusting the alignment width of the saddle stitcher
(Lv.1) SORTER > OPTION > SDL-ALG: Setting the paddle operation when stacking the paper in the saddle stitcher unit

< Related error code >


E5F0-8001: Saddle Paper End Stopper Motor error
E5F0-8002: Saddle Paper End Stopper Motor error
E5F3-8001: Saddle Alignment Motor error
E5F3-8002: Saddle Alignment Motor error
E5F8-8001: Saddle Switching Lever Motor error
E5F8-8002: Saddle Switching Lever Motor error
E577-8001: Saddle Feed/Paddle Motor error
E577-8002: Saddle Feed/Paddle Motor error

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2. Technical Explanation

Paper Stack Feed Operation


1. The saddle gripper motor (M205) drives causing the saddle gripper via the gear and link to grip the trailing edge of the paper
stack in the saddle processing tray. Then the saddle paper end stopper motor (M206) drives to raise the saddle paper end
stopper and feeds the paper stack to the stitching position. (only in booklet mode)

Front Saddle Alignment Plate Rear Saddle Alignment Plate


Saddle Paper End Stopper Motor (M206)

Saddle Alignment
HP Sensor (PS207)

Saddle Alignment Motor (M203)

LINK

Saddle Gripper HP Sensor (PS209)

Saddle Gripper
Gear

Saddle Gripper Motor (M205)

Saddle Paper End Stopper HP Sensor (PS210)

Saddle Paper End Stopper

2. After stitching is complete, the saddle paper end stopper motor (M206) drives to lower the saddle paper end stopper and
feeds the paper stack to the paper folding position.

Saddle Paper End Stopper

M206

< Related error code >


E5FA-8001: Saddle Gripper Motor error
E5FA-8002: Saddle Gripper Motor error

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Stitch Operation
1. After the paper stack in the saddle processing tray is fed to the stitching position, the saddle stitcher motor (M208) drives
causing the stitcher unit to stitch two locations: front side and rear side.

Stitcher Unit

< Related service mode >


(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > SDL-STP: Adjusting the stitching position of the saddle stitcher
(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > SDL-STP2: Adjusting the stitching position of the saddle stitcher (thin paper)

< Related error code >


E5F4-8001: Saddle Stitcher Motor error
E5F4-8002: Saddle Stitcher Motor error

Paper Folding/Delivery Operation


1. After the paper stack is fed to the paper folding position, the saddle paper pushing plate/folding motor (M204) drives causing
the paper pushing plate and paper folding roller to operate. The paper pushing plate feeds the center section of the paper
stack into the paper folding roller where the paper stack is folded in half.

Saddle Delivery Sensor (PS203) Saddle Delivery Roller

Paper Folding Roller


Paper Pushing Plate

Saddle Delivery Motor


Clock Sensor (PS211) Saddle Paper Pushing Plate/
Folding Motor (M204)
Saddle Paper Pushing Plate HP Sensor (PS208) Saddle Delivery Motor (M207)

Saddle Paper Pushing Plate/Folding Motor


Clock Sensor (PS212)

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2. The saddle delivery motor (M207) drives causing the saddle delivery roller to rotate. This delivers the folded paper stack to
the saddle delivery tray.

Saddle Delivery Tray

Saddle Delivery Roller

M207

< Related service mode >


(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > SDL-FLD: Adjusting the folding position of the saddle stitcher
(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > SDL-FLD2: Adjusting the folding position of the saddle stitcher (thin paper)

< Related error code >


E5F6-8001: Saddle Paper Pushing Plate/Folding Motor error
E5F6-8002: Saddle Paper Pushing Plate/Folding Motor error
E5F6-8003: Saddle Paper Pushing Plate/Folding Motor clock error
E5F1-8003: Saddle Delivery Motor clock error

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2. Technical Explanation

Controller Unit

Outline
The controller unit controls the entire machine. It controls the stack unit, feeding unit, processing tray unit, and saddle stitcher
unit.
The controller unit consists of two PCBs: finisher controller PCB and saddle stitcher controller PCB.

Staple Finisher

Controller Block Tray Unit

Connection
Machine Feed Unit
Finisher
Controller PCB
Processing Tray Unit

Booklet Finisher

Controller Block
Tray Unit

Finisher
Controller PCB Feed Unit
Connection
Machine
Processing Tray Unit
Saddle Stitcher
Controller PCB

Saddle Stitcher Unit

Finisher Controller PCB


The finisher controller PCB drives loads (motors, clutches, fan) and notifies the host machine of the states of sensors and switches
according to the instructions from the host machine.
This circuit also controls the puncher unit and the saddle stitcher controller PCB.

Staple Finisher

Finisher
Controller PCB

Master CPU (IC12)

Slave CPU (IC42) Motor


Puncher Unit
(option) Clutch
Fan
Motor Driver
(IC2,IC3,IC15,
Connection IC19,IC21 to 27,
machine Switch
IC30,IC33 to 36, Sensor
IC38,IC39,IC41)

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Booklet Finisher

Finisher
Controller PCB

Saddle Stitcher Master CPU (IC12)


Controller PCB

Slave CPU (IC42) Motor


Puncher Unit Clutch
(option) Fan
Motor Driver
(IC2,IC3,IC15,
IC19,IC21 to 27, Switch
Connection
IC30,IC33 to 36, Sensor
machine
IC38,IC39,IC41)

Roles of major ICs mounted on this PCB are summarized below.

Name Role
Master CPU (IC12) - Controls communications between this equipment and host machine.
- Controls communications with the saddle stitcher unit, puncher unit, and other optional units.
- Controls communication with the slave CPU
- Stores the firmware for operating the finisher
- Controls sensors, switches, and motors
Slave CPU (IC42) - Controls communication with the master CPU
- Stores the firmware for operating the finisher
- Controls sensors, switches, and motors
Motor drivers (IC2, IC3, IC15, IC19, - Controls the driving of motors
IC21-27, IC30, IC33-36, IC38, IC39,
IC41)

< Related service mode >


(Lv.1) COPIER > DISPLAY > VERSION > SORTER: Displaying the firmware version of the finisher controller PCB (Master
CPU)
(Lv.1) COPIER > DISPLAY > VERSION > SORT-SLV: Displaying the firmware version of the finisher controller PCB (Slave
CPU)

< Related error code >


E505-0001: Finisher data error
E551-0003: Cooling Fan error
E551-0004: Cooling Fan error
E503-0021: Communication error between the finisher controller PCB and the saddle stitcher controller PCB
E503-0022: Communication error between the finisher controller PCB and the saddle stitcher controller PCB
E503-0031: Communication error between the finisher controller PCB and the puncher controller PCB
E503-0032: Communication error between the finisher controller PCB and the puncher controller PCB
E503-0061: Communication error between the IC of the finisher controller PCB
E503-0062: Communication error between the IC of the finisher controller PCB

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2. Technical Explanation

Saddle stitcher controller PCB


The saddle stitcher controller PCB drives motors and notifies the host machine of the states of sensors according to the
instructions from the finisher controller PCB.

Saddle Stitcher
Controller PCB

CPU (IC12) Motor


Finisher
Controller PCB

Motor Driver
(IC6 to 11)
Sensor

Roles of major ICs mounted on this PCB are summarized below.

Name Role
CPU (IC12) - Controls communication with the finisher controller
- Stores the firmware for operating the finisher
- Controls sensors and motors
Motor Driver (IC6-11) - Controls the driving of motors

< Related service mode >


(Lv.1) COPIER > DISPLAY > VERSION > SDL-STCH: Displaying the firmware version of the saddle stitcher controller PCB

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Jam Detection

Outline
The finisher is equipped with the following sensors to check whether paper is present and whether the stapler is operating
normally. Further, it is equipped with sensors and switches to detect the open or closed state of the front cover.
Inlet Sensor (PS101)
Delivery Sensor (PS102)
Buffer Sensor (PS103)
Front Cover Sensor (PS104)
Lower Escape Delivery Sensor (PS111)
Processing Tray Paper Sensor (PS114)
Staple HP Sensor (PS125)
Manual Staple Paper Sensor (PS128)
Staple-free Binding HP Sensor (PS129)
Staple-free Binding Motor Clock Sensor (PS130)
Escape Feed Sensor (PS131)
Upper Escape Delivery Sensor (PS133)
Front Cover Switch (SW101)
Saddle Inlet Sensor (PS201)
Saddle Processing Tray Paper Sensor (PS202)
Saddle Delivery Sensor (PS203)
Saddle Stitcher HP Sensor (PS215)

Staple Finisher

PS133

PS131

PS111

PS102

PS101
PS130
PS103
PS114

PS128 PS104

PS129 SW101

PS125

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Booklet Finisher

PS133

PS131

PS111

PS102

PS101
PS130
PS103
PS114

PS128 PS104

PS129 SW101

PS125 PS201

PS203
PS215

PS202

Jams
The conditions for detecting whether a jam has occurred are stored in the finisher controller PCB and saddle stitcher controller
PCB in advance. A jam is determined by detecting whether paper is at a sensor location at the check timing.
When the finisher controller PCB or saddle stitcher controller PCB determines that a jam has occurred, it stops feeding/delivering
paper and notifies the host machine.

Jam type Sensor Jam description


Inlet sensor delay PS101 When the inlet sensor (PS101) does not detect the paper even when the paper is fed
the specified distance after receiving a paper delivery signal from the host machine.
Delivery sensor delay PS102 When the delivery sensor (PS102) does not detect the paper even when the paper
is fed the specified distance after the inlet sensor (PS101) detects the paper.
Buffer sensor delay PS103 When the buffer sensor (PS103) does not detect the paper even when the paper is
fed the specified distance after the paper is switched back.
Lower escape delivery sensor de- PS111 When the lower escape delivery sensor (PS111) does not detect the paper even when
lay the paper is fed the specified distance after the paper reaches escape feed roller 1.
Upper escape delivery sensor de- PS133 When the upper escape delivery sensor (PS133) does not detect the paper even
lay when the paper is fed the specified distance after the paper reaches escape feed
roller 2.
Escape feed sensor delay PS131 When the escape feed sensor (PS131) does not detect the paper even when the
paper is fed the specified distance after the paper reaches escape feed roller 1.
Saddle delivery sensor delay PS203 When the saddle delivery sensor (PS203) does not detect paper even when the
specified time elapses after starting to push the paper.
Saddle inlet sensor delay PS201 When the saddle inlet sensor (PS201) does not detect the paper even when the paper
is fed the specified distance after the paper is switched back.
Inlet sensor stationary PS101 When the paper does not pass through the inlet sensor (PS101) even when the paper
is fed the specified distance after the sensor detects the paper.
Delivery sensor stationary PS102 When the paper does not pass through the delivery sensor (PS102) even when the
paper is fed the specified distance after the sensor detects the paper.
Buffer sensor stationary PS103 When the paper does not pass through the buffer sensor (PS103) even when the
paper is fed the specified distance after the sensor detects the paper.
Lower escape delivery sensor PS111 When the paper does not pass through the lower escape delivery sensor (PS111)
stationary even when the paper is fed the specified distance after the sensor detects the paper.

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2. Technical Explanation

Jam type Sensor Jam description


Upper escape delivery sensor PS133 When the paper does not pass through the upper escape delivery sensor (PS133)
stationary even when the paper is fed the specified distance after the sensor detects the paper.
Escape feed sensor stationary PS131 When the paper does not pass through the escape feed sensor (PS131) even when
the paper is fed the specified distance after the sensor detects the paper.
Saddle delivery sensor stationary PS203 When the paper does not pass through the saddle delivery sensor (PS203) even when
the paper is fed the specified distance after the sensor detects the paper.
Saddle inlet sensor stationary PS201 When the paper does not pass through the saddle inlet sensor (PS201) even when
the paper is fed the specified distance after the sensor detects the paper.
Early timing jam - When the deliver signal from the host machine is detected for a time duration shorter
than the specified duration notified in advance.
Finisher front cover open jam PS104, When it is detected that the front cover has been opened during operation.
SW101
Finisher stapler staple jam PS125 When the staple HP sensor (PS125) cannot detect the home position even when the
specified time elapses after the sensor leaves the home position when stapling is
executed.
Saddle stitcher staple jam PS215 During stapling, when the saddle stitcher HP sensor (PS215) does not turn on even
when the specified time elapses after the saddle stitcher motor (M208) begins driving
and when the saddle stitcher motor (M208) is driven in reverse the sensor turns on.
Inlet sensor power-on jam PS101 When the inlet sensor (PS101) detects paper during power-on.
Delivery sensor power-on jam PS102 When the delivery sensor (PS102) detects paper during power-on.
Buffer sensor power-on jam PS103 When the buffer sensor (PS103) detects paper during power-on.
Lower escape delivery sensor PS111 When the lower escape delivery sensor (PS111) detects paper during power-on.
power-on jam
Upper escape delivery sensor PS133 When the upper escape delivery sensor (PS133) detects paper during power-on.
power-on jam
Escape feed sensor power-on PS131 When the escape feed sensor (PS131) detects paper during power-on.
jam
Saddle processing tray paper PS202 When the saddle processing tray paper sensor (PS202) detects paper during power-
sensor power-on jam on.
Saddle delivery sensor power-on PS203 When the saddle delivery sensor (PS203) detects paper during power-on.
jam
Saddle inlet sensor power-on jam PS201 When the saddle inlet sensor (PS201) detects paper during power-on.
Staple-free binding error jam (sta- PS130 When the staple-free binding motor clock sensor (PS130) cannot detect the encoder
ple-free binding motor clock sen- rotation within the specified time after the staple-free binding motor (M116) begins
sor error) driving.
Staple-free binding error jam (sta- PS129 When the staple-free binding HP sensor (PS129) does not turn on even when the
ple-free binding HP sensor error) specified time elapses after the staple-free binding motor (M116) begins driving.
Staple-free binding error jam (sta- - When the staple-free binding motor clock sensor (PS130) cannot detect the encoder
ple-free binding motor error) rotation within the specified time after the staple-free binding motor (M116) begins
driving and the staple-free binding HP sensor (PS129) turn on even when the speci-
fied time elapses.
Staple-free binding error jam - When the staple-free binding motor clock sensor (PS130) cannot detect a decrease
(binding time-out) in encoder rotation (load occurrence as a result of pinching paper) within the specified
time after the staple-free binding motor (M116) begins driving.
Staple-free binding error jam - In the return operation after staple-free binding, when the staple-free binding HP sen-
(post-bind return operation time- sor (PS129) does not turn off within the specified time after the staple-free binding
out) motor (M116) begins driving.

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2. Technical Explanation

Jam type Sensor Jam description


Error avoidance jam - When any of the following errors is detected during feeding operation.
Paper end assist motor error (E514)
Front alignment motor error (E530)
Stapler shift motor error (E532)
Staple-free binding motor error (E533)
Swing guide motor error (E535)
Rear alignment motor error (E537)
Stack tray shift motor error (E540)
Upper escape delivery shift motor error/ lower escape delivery shift motor error/
flapper motor error / escape flapper motor error/ stack delivery/paddle motor
error (E553)
Safety switch ON error (E554)
Saddle feed/paddle motor error (E577)
Paper end pushing guide motor error (E57B)
Return roller lift motor error (E578)
Tray auxiliary guide motor error (E583)
Saddle paper end stopper motor error (E5F0)
Saddle delivery motor error (E5F1)
Saddle alignment motor error (E5F3)
Saddle paper pushing plate/folding motor error (E5F6)
Saddle switching lever motor error (E5F8)
Saddle gripper motor error (E5FA)
Paper feed cancellation jam - When a paper feed cancellation instruction from the host machine is received for
paper delivered according to a paper reception notification signal.
Manual stack insertion jam - When a paper stack is inserted in the manual staple slit while the stapler unit is mov-
ing. This is not detected when the stapler unit is moving to the staple replacement
position.
Sequence jam - When the same status does not change even when 1 minute elapses or when a job
is submitted when in service mode.

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2. Technical Explanation

Power Supply

Power Supply Route


The 24V and 12V are supplied to the finisher controller PCB when the host machine is turned on. The 12V is converted into 5V
and 3.3V by the regulator IC (IC14/IC16) on the finisher controller PCB. The 24V is used to drive the motors and clutches and
fan and the 5V is used to drive the sensors and switches and the 3.3V is used to drive the logic. The 24V is shut down when the
opening of the front cover or swing guide is detected by the front cover switch (SW101) or swing guide safety switch (SW102).
The 24V and 5V are supplied to the saddle stitcher controller PCB and options. The 24V supplied to the saddle stitcher controller
PCB is used to drive the motor and 5V is converted into the 3.3V by the regulator IC (IC5) on the saddle stitcher controller PCB.
The 5V is used to drive the sensors and 3V is used to drive the logic.

Finisher Controller PCB

(IC14) (IC16)
(FU21)
12V 3.3V
Regulator IC Regulator IC Logic
Fuse
5V
Host Sensor/Switch
Machine 5V
(FU4)
24V 24V Inserter
Fuse
5V
(FU1) 24V Options

Fuse
(FU2)
24V
Fan
Front Cover Switch Fuse
(SW101) (FU22)
24V
Clutches
Fuse
Swing Guide Safety Switch
(SW102)
Motor 24V
Motors
Driver IC

Motor 24V
Motors
Driver IC
(IC5)
(FU1) (FU2)
3.3V
Regulator IC Logic
Fuse Fuse
5V
Sensor
Saddle Stitcher Controller PCB

Protection Function
The 24V circuits (used to drive the motors and clutches and fan) are provided with the fuses or the motor drivers with an overcurrent
protective function to provide protection from the over current.
The power input circuit of each controller PCB is also provided with a fuse which is blown when an excessive current flows.

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2. Technical Explanation

Service Tasks

Upgrading
When upgrading the firmware of the finisher controller PCB and the saddle stitcher controller PCB, upgrade from the host machine.
(Refer to the service manual for the host machine as to the detail.)

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List of Work for Scheduled Servicing
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3. Periodical Service

List of Work for Scheduled Servicing

Periodically Replaced Parts


There are no parts that need to be periodically replaced on the finisher.

Consumable Parts

[2]
[6]
[4]

[9]

[7]
[8]

[11] [5]
[3]

[1]

[10]

Service Mode
Part Num-
No. Category Part Name Q'ty Interval Counter Refer to
ber
(DRBL-2)
1 Finisher Staple Unit FM1-H337 1 500,000 FIN-STPR Removing the Stapler Unit on page
Unit times 112
2 Staple-Free Binding FM1-K422 1 30,000 FR-STPL Removing the Staple-Free Binding
Unit times Unit on page 113
3 Stack Tray Torque FE3-9778 2 200,000 TRY-TQLM Removing the Stack Tray Torque Lim-
Limiter times iter on page 119
4 Static Eliminator FL0-5052 1 1,000,00 DL-STC Removing the Static Eliminator (Stack
(Stack Tray Unit) 0 sheets tray Unit) on page 115
5 Paddle Unit FE3-6957 4 1,000,00 FIN-MPDL Removing the Paddle Unit on page
0 times 117
6 Lower Stack Delivery FK4-1312 1 1,000,00 SW-RL-CL Removing the Lower Stack Delivery
Roller Clutch (CL102) 0 times Roller Clutch (CL102) on page 118
7 Escape Feed Clutch FK4-1312 1 1,000,00 ESC-CL Removing the Escape Feed Clutch
(CL101) 0 times (CL101) on page 118
8 Static Eliminator FL0-5056 1 1,000,00 TRY-STC1 Removing the Static Eliminator (Upper/
(Lower Escape Deliv- 0 sheets Lower Escape Delivery Unit) on page
ery Unit) 112
9 Static Eliminator (Up- FL0-5056 1 1,000,00 TRY-STC2 Removing the Static Eliminator (Upper/
per Escape Delivery 0 sheets Lower Escape Delivery Unit) on page
Unit) 112
10 Saddle Stitcher Unit FL0-6966 1 100,000 SDL-STP Removing the Saddle Stitcher Unit on
Stitcher times page 113
Unit

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3. Periodical Service

Service Mode
Part Num-
No. Category Part Name Q'ty Interval Counter Refer to
ber
(DRBL-2)
11 Saddle Static Eliminator FL0-2207 2 1,000,00 SDL-STC Removing the Saddle Stitcher Unit on
Stitcher (Saddle Delivery Unit) 0 sheets page 113
Unit

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4 Disassembly/
Assembly
List of Parts......................................... 83
External/Internal Covers......................97
Main Units ........................................ 100
Parts Replacement and Cleaning
Procedure...................................... 112
PCB...................................................120
Clutch/ Solenoid................................ 122
Motors............................................... 123
Switches ...........................................130
Other Parts .......................................132
4. Disassembly/Assembly

List of Parts

External / Internal Covers


[2]

[3]

[1]

[4]

[5]

No. Name Refer to


[1] Rear Cover Removing the Rear Cover on page 97

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

No. Name Refer to


[2] Upper Cover Removing the Upper Cover on page 97
[3] Front Cover Removing the Front Cover on page 97
[4] Lower Front Cover Removing the Lower Front Cover on page 98
[5] Front Inner Cover Removing the Front Inner Cover on page 98

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

Main Units
[1]

[2]

[3]

[4]

[5]

[6]

[9]

[7]

[8]

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

[10]

[11]

[12]

[13]

No. Name Refer to


[1] Upper Escape Tray Removing the Escape Tray (Upper/Lower) on page 100
[2] Lower Escape Tray Removing the Escape Tray (Upper/Lower) on page 100
[3] Stack Tray Removing the Stack Tray on page 100
[4] Grate-Shaped Lower Guide Removing the Grate-Shaped Lower Guide on page 101
[5] Swing Unit Removing the Swing Unit on page 101
[6] Processing Tray Unit Removing the Processing Tray on page 106
[7] Stapler Drive Unit Removing the Staple Drive Unit on page 108
[8] Stapler Unit Removing the Stapler Unit on page 112
[9] Staple-Free Binding Unit Removing the Staple-Free Binding Unit on page 113
[10] Saddle Stitcher Unit Removing the Saddle Stitcher Unit on page 113
[11] Saddle Delivery Tray Removing the Saddle Delivery Tray on page 108
[12] Saddle Unit Removing the Saddle Unit on page 109
[13] Pushing Unit Removing the Pushing Unit on page 110

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

Consumable Parts Requiring Periodic Replacement and Cleaning


Points

[4]

[1]

[2]

[3]

[9]

[5]

[6]

[8] [10]
[7]

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

No. Name Main Unit Refer to


[1] Static Eliminator (Escape Delivery Product Configuration Removing the Static Eliminator (Upper/Lower Escape
Unit) Delivery Unit) on page 112
[2] Staple Unit Product Configuration Removing the Stapler Unit on page 112
[3] Saddle Stitcher Unit Saddle Unit Removing the Saddle Stitcher Unit on page 113
[4] Staple-Free Staple Unit Product Configuration Removing the Staple-Free Binding Unit on page
113
[5] Static Eliminator (Stack Tray Unit) Product Configuration Removing the Static Eliminator (Stack tray Unit) on
page 115
[6] Escape Feed Clutch Product Configuration Removing the Escape Feed Clutch (CL101) on page
118
[7] Static Eliminator (Saddle Delivery Unit) Saddle Unit Removing the Static Eliminator (Saddle Delivery Unit)
on page 116
[8] Paddle Unit Swing Unit Removing the Paddle Unit on page 117
[9] Lower Stack Delivery Roller Clutch Product Configuration Removing the Lower Stack Delivery Roller Clutch
(CL102) on page 118
[10] Stack Tray Torque Limiter Product Configuration Removing the Stack Tray Torque Limiter on page
119

List of Clutches

CL102

CL101

CL103

No. Name Main Unit Refer to


CL101 Escape Feed Clutch Product Configu- Removing the Escape Feed Clutch (CL101) on page 118
ration
CL102 Lower Stack Delivery Roller Product Configu- Removing the Lower Stack Delivery Roller Clutch (CL102) on page
Clutch ration 118
CL103 Paddle Clutch Product Configu- Removing the Paddle Clutch (CL103) on page 122
ration

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

NOTE:
Check the operation of the part in the following service mode:
Service Mode > SITUATION > Parts Check

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

List of Motors

M113
M108

M107
M117
M110

M109

M101
M103
M102

M112
M111

M105

M116

M119
M114

M106
M118

M104

M202

M203

M206 M204
M207

M201 M205

No. Name Main Unit Refer to


M101 Inlet Feed Motor Product Configuration -

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

No. Name Main Unit Refer to


M102 Pre-processing/Buffer Motor Product Configuration -
M103 Stack Delivery/Paddle Motor Product Configuration -
M104 Flapper Motor Product Configuration -
M105 Stack Tray Shift Motor Product Configuration -
M106 Lower Escape Delivery Shift Motor Product Configuration -
M107 Front Alignment Motor Processing Tray Unit Removing the Front Alignment Motor (M107) on page
123
M108 Rear Alignment Motor Processing Tray Unit Removing the Rear Alignment Motor (M108) on page
123
M109 Tray Auxiliary Guide Motor Processing Tray Unit Removing the Tray Auxiliary Guide Motor (M109) on page
124
M110 Swing Guide Motor Product Configuration -
M111 Return Roller Lift Motor Product Configuration -
M112 Paper End Pushing Guide Motor Product Configuration -
M113 Paper End Assist Motor Product Configuration Removing the Paper End Assist Motor (M113) on page
125
M114 Stapler Shift Motor Processing Tray Unit Removing the Stapler Shift Motor (M114) on page 125
M116 Staple-free Binding Motor Processing Tray Unit Removing the Staple-Free Binding Motor (M116) on page
126
M117 Escape Feed Motor Processing Tray Unit -
M118 Escape Flapper Motor Product Configuration -
M119 Upper Escape Delivery Shift Motor Product Configuration -
M201 Saddle Feed/Paddle Motor Saddle Saddle Unit -
M202 Saddle Switching Lever Motor Saddle Unit -
M203 Saddle Alignment Motor Saddle Unit -
M204 Saddle Paper Pushing Plate/ Folding Saddle Unit Removing the Saddle Paper Pushing Plate/Folding Motor
Motor (M204) on page 127
M205 Saddle Gripper Motor Saddle Unit -
M206 Saddle Paper End Stopper Motor Saddle Unit -
M207 Saddle Delivery Motor Saddle Unit Removing the Saddle Delivery Motor (M207) on page
128

NOTE:
Check the operation of the part in the following service mode:
Service Mode > SITUATION > Parts Check

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

List of Sensors
PS134
PS133 PS131
PS112
PS135

PS110
PS111
PS116 PS106
PS114
PS113 PS132
PS123

PS105

PBA101
PS118
PS120 PS119
PS115 PS117 PS122
PBA102
PBA103
PS102
PS121
PS130
PS101
PS128
PS129
PS104 PS103
PS107

PS108

PS124

PS109
PS125
PS126
PS127

PS213
PS214
PS215 PS205
PS216
PS201
PS203
PS207
PS202 PS211
PS204
PS209 PS212

PS206
PS208 PS210

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

No. Name Main Unit Refer to


PS101 Inlet Sensor Product Configuration -
PS102 Delivery Sensor Product Configuration -
PS103 Buffer Sensor Product Configuration -
PS104 Front Cover Sensor Product Configuration -
PS105 Flapper HP Sensor Product Configuration -
PS106 Stack Tray HP Sensor Product Configuration -
PS107 Stack Tray Full Sensor 1 Product Configuration -
PS108 Stack Tray Full Sensor 2 Product Configuration -
PS109 Stack Tray Full Sensor 3 Product Configuration -
PS110 Stack Tray Upper Limit Sensor Product Configuration -
PS111 Lower Escape Delivery Sensor Product Configuration -
PS112 Lower Escape Delivery Roller HP Sensor Product Configuration -
PS113 Lower Escape Tray Full Sensor Product Configuration -
PS114 Processing Tray Paper Sensor Processing Tray Unit -
PS115 Front Alignment HP Sensor Processing Tray Unit -
PS116 Rear Alignment HP Sensor Processing Tray Unit -
PS117 Front Tray Auxiliary Guide HP Sensor Processing Tray Unit -
PS118 Rear Tray Auxiliary Guide HP Sensor Processing Tray Unit -
PS119 Swing Guide HP Sensor Product Configuration -
PS120 Paddle HP Sensor Product Configuration -
PS121 Return Roller HP Sensor Product Configuration -
PS122 Paper End Pushing Guide HP Sensor Product Configuration -
PS123 Paper End Assist HP Sensor Processing Tray Unit -
PS124 Stapler Shift HP Sensor Stapler Unit -
PS125 Staple HP Sensor Stapler Unit -
PS126 Staple Edging Sensor Stapler Unit -
PS127 Staple Sensor Stapler Unit -
PS128 Manual Staple Paper Sensor Product Configuration -
PS129 Staple-free Binding HP Sensor Staple-Free Binding Unit -
PS130 Staple-free Binding Motor Clock Sensor Staple-Free Binding Unit -
PS131 Escape Feed Sensor Product Configuration -
PS132 Escape Flapper HP Sensor Product Configuration -
PS133 Upper Escape Delivery Sensor Product Configuration -
PS134 Upper Escape Delivery Roller HP Sensor Product Configuration -
PS135 Upper Escape Tray Full Sensor Product Configuration -
PBA101 Stack Tray Paper Surface Sensor (light-emitting) Product Configuration -
PBA102 Stack Tray Paper Surface Sensor (Upper) (light-receiving) Product Configuration -
PBA103 Stack Tray Paper Surface Sensor (Lower) (light-receiving) Product Configuration -
PS201 Saddle Inlet Sensor Saddle Unit -
PS202 Saddle Processing Tray Paper Sensor Saddle Unit -
PS203 Saddle Delivery Sensor Saddle Unit -
PS204 Saddle Unit Set Sensor Saddle Unit -
PS205 Saddle Switching Lever HP Sensor Saddle Unit -
PS206 Saddle Paddle HP Sensor Saddle Unit -
PS207 Saddle Alignment HP Sensor Saddle Unit -
PS208 Saddle Paper Pushing Plate HP Sensor Pushing Unit -
PS209 Saddle Gripper HP Sensor Saddle Unit -
PS210 Saddle Paper End Stopper HP Sensor Saddle Unit -
PS211 Saddle Delivery Motor Clock Sensor Saddle Unit -
PS212 Saddle Paper Pushing Plate/Folding Motor Clock Sensor Saddle Unit -
PS213 Rear Saddle Stitcher Staple Sensor Saddle Stitcher Unit -
PS214 Front Saddle Stitcher Staple Sensor Saddle Stitcher Unit -
PS215 Saddle Stitcher HP Sensor Saddle Stitcher Unit -

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

No. Name Main Unit Refer to


PS216 Saddle Delivery Tray Paper Sensor Saddle Delivery Tray -

NOTE:
Check the operation of the part in the following service mode:
Service Mode > SITUATION > Sensor Check

List of Switches/ Fan

SW102
SW103

SW101

FM101

No. Name Main Unit Refer to


SW101 Front Cover Switch Product Configu- Removing the Front Cover Switch (SW101) on page 130
ration
SW102 Swing Guide Safety Switch Product Configu- Removing the Swing Guide Safety Switch (SW102) on page
ration 130
SW103 Manual Staple Switch Product Configu- Removing the Manual Staple Switch (SW103) on page 131
ration
FM101 Cooling Fan Product Configu- -
ration

NOTE:
Check the operation of the fan in the following service mode:
Service Mode > SITUATION > Parts Check

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

NOTE:
Check the operation of the switch in the following service mode:
Service Mode > SITUATION > Sensor Check

List of PCBs

PCB101

PCB102

PCB201

No. Name Main Unit Refer to


PCB10 Finisher Controller PCB Product Configuration Removing the Finisher Controller PCB (PCB101)
1 on page 120
PCB20 Saddle Stitcher Controller PCB Saddle Unit Removing the Saddle Stitcher Controller PCB
1 (PCB201) on page 121
PCB10 Stapler unit relay PCB Stapler Unit -
2

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

Other Parts
[1]

[2]

[3]

[4]
[5]

[6]

[7]

[8]

[9]

No. Name Main Unit Refer to


[1] Upper Escape Deliv- Product Configura- Removing the Upper Escape Delivery Roller on page 132
ery Roller tion
[2] Lower Escape Deliv- Product Configura- Removing the Lower Escape Delivery Roller on page 135
ery Roller tion
[3] Grate-shaped Guide Product Configura- Removing the Grate-shaped Guide (Upper/Middle) on page 132
(Upper) tion
[4] Grate-shaped Guide Product Configura- Removing the Grate-shaped Guide (Upper/Middle) on page 132
(Middle) tion
[5] Return Roller Product Configura- Removing the Return Roller on page 139
tion
[6] Swing Roller Swing Unit Removing the Swing Roller on page 139
[7] Paper Folding Roller Saddle Unit Removing the Folding Roller on page 140
(Upper)
[8] Paper Folding Roller Saddle Unit Removing the Folding Roller on page 140
(Lower)
[9] Paper Pushing Plate Pushing Unit Removing the pushing plate. on page 145

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

External/Internal Covers Removing the Front Cover


Procedure
Removing the Rear Cover
1. Open the front cover [1], and remove the link [2].
Procedure
[2]
1. Remove the rear cover [1].
3 screws [2]
2 hooks [3]

3x
[1]
[2]

[2]

[1]

2. Remove the front cover [1].

[3]

Removing the Upper Cover


Preparation
1. Remove the rear cover [1]
Removing the Rear Cover on page 97

Procedure
1. Remove the upper cover [1].
2 screws [2]
2 hooks [3]

[3] [1] [3]


2x

[2]

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

Removing the Lower Front Procedure


Cover 1. Remove the face cover [1].
1 screw [2]
Procedure
NOTE:
1. Open the front cover [1], and pull out the saddle unit The face cover [1] is connected only to the staple finisher.
[2].

1x

[1]

[2]

[1]

2. Remove the lower front cover [1]. [2]


3 screws [2]

2. Remove the face plate [1].


1 claw [2]
1 connector [3]
[2]
[3]

3x
1x

[2]
[2]

[1]

Removing the Front Inner [1]

Cover
Preparation 3. Avoid the guide, and remove the front inner cover
1. Remove the front cover. [1].
Removing the Front Cover on page 97 6 screws [2]

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

NOTE:
Be careful not to drop the link [1] as it comes off easily.

[1]

NOTE:
Escape the punch unit when it is installed.

6x
[1]

[2]

[2]
[2]

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

Main Units Removing the Stack Tray


Procedure
Removing the Escape Tray
1. Remove the stack tray [1].
(Upper/Lower) 2screws [2]
4 hangers [3]
Preparation
1. Remove the front cover.
2x
Removing the Front Cover on page 97

2. Remove the front inner cover.


Removing the Front Inner Cover on page 98

3. Remove the rear cover. [1]

Removing the Rear Cover on page 97

Procedure

CAUTION:
The disassembly procedure for the upper and lower
escape trays is the same.

1. Remove the escape tray [1]. [2] [2]


4 screws [2]

4x

[2]

[1]

[2]
[3]

[2]

[2]
[1]

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

Removing the Grate-Shaped CAUTION:


Insert the claw[1] as shown in the figure for installation
Lower Guide and then hook the rack[2] on the stepped screw.

Preparation
1. Remove the stack tray.
Removing the Stack Tray on page 100

Procedure >@

1. Remove the grate-shaped lower guide.


>@
2 screws [2]

2x

>@

[1]

[2]

Removing the Swing Unit


Preparation
1. Remove the front cover.
Removing the Front Cover on page 97

2. Remove the front inner cover.


Removing the Front Inner Cover on page 98

3. Remove the rear cover.


Removing the Rear Cover on page 97

4. Remove the escape tray (lower).


Removing the Escape Tray (Upper/Lower) on page
100

5. Remove the grate-shaped guide (middle).


Removing the Grate-shaped Guide (Upper/Middle) on
page 132

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

Procedure 3. Remove the tray stay [1].


1 wire saddle [2]
1 Sensor Plate [3]
4 screws [4]

NOTE:
[3] [2]
An image of removing of swing unit

[4] [4]

[1]

1x

1. Escape the gear[2] and then lower the stack tray[1].


4x

[1] [4]

[2] 4. Remove the paper guides [1] [2].


1 screw [3] each
1 spring [4] each

2. Remove the claw parts[1] of the plastic film sheet. 2x


6 claw parts [1]

[1] [1] [1]


[3]
[3]

[1] [4] [4]


[2]

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6. Remove the 1 gear [1], 2 E-ring [2], 2 shaft support


CAUTION: [3], and straight 1 pin [4].
Be careful not to forget hooking the spring [4].
[4] [2] [3] [2] [3]

[1]

[4]

CAUTION:
When installing, insert in the correct socket.

CAUTION:
Check the phase positioning (left and right) of the
Swing Guide for installation.Phase Alignment When
Installing the Swing Unit on page 159

5. Process the harness [1].


4 connectors [2]

[2]
4x

[2]
1x

[2]

[1]
[2]

103
4. Disassembly/Assembly

7. Remove the front cover support plate [1].


2 screws [2]

2x
[2]

3x

[3] [1]
[1]
[2]

8. Remove the 1 E-ring [1] and 1shaft support [2].

[2]
[2]

11. Remove the 3 clips [1] and 2 shaft support [2].

[1] [2]
[2] [1]
[1]

[1]

9. Move the shaft [1] in about 5cm.

[1]

10. Escape the pressure rack[3] and then remove the


harness guide[1].
3 screws [2]

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

12. Remove the belts [1] [2] [3]. 14. Remove the link shaft[2] of rear end guide [1].

[1] [2] [3]

[2] [2]

[1] [1]

15. Avoid three shaft [1], and remove the swing unit [2].

CAUTION:
When removed the belt [3], paddle phase adjustment
is necessary.Phase adjustment of paddle unit on
page 160
[1] [1]

13. Remove the swing unit [1] from hook [2].


2screws [3]

[2] [2]

[1]
[2]

2x 16. Remove the 2 clips [1] and the 2 rear end guides [2]
from the swing unit [1].
[3]

[2]
[1] [3]
[3]

[1]

[2] [3]

105
4. Disassembly/Assembly

Handling after replacement


3x 1x
1. When removed the swing unit, phase alignment
installing the swing unit.
Phase Alignment When Installing the Swing Unit on [2]
page 159

2. When removed the swing unit, perform paddle


phase adjustment.
Phase adjustment of paddle unit on page 160

Removing the Processing [1]

Tray
Preparation 2. Remove the belt [1], clip [2], and shaft support [3].

1. Lower the stack tray.


[1]

[3] [2]

2. Remove the stack tray.


Removing the Stack Tray on page 100

3. Remove the grate-shaped lower guide.


Removing the Grate-Shaped Lower Guide on page
101

4. Remove the side covers (front and rear) [1] [2]. 3. Remove the area sensor unit [1].
1 screw [3] each 1 screw [2]
1 connector [3]

2x

[3]
[2]

[1]

Procedure
1. Remove the connectors.
3 connectors [1]
1 wire saddle [2]

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

CAUTION:
1x When replacing the Processing Tray, remove the
coupling unit from the removed Processing Tray and
[1]
then install it in the replacement tray.

1x [1]
[3]
[2]

[2]

5. Remove the paper guide [1].

[1]

4. Remove the processing tray [1].


2 screws [2]

2x
[1]

CAUTION:
Attach the processing tray unit first or the paper
guide[2] is not attached as the processing tray unit
interferes with attaching it.
pread the alignment plate[1] and then attach the paper
guide[2] for installation.

[2] [2]

[2] [2]

[1]

107
4. Disassembly/Assembly

Removing the Staple Drive CAUTION:


Insert the projection[2] into the rear insertion[1] for
Unit installation.

Preparation
1. Remove the front cover.
Removing the Front Cover on page 97

2. Remove the front inner cover.


Removing the Front Inner Cover on page 98 [1]
3. Remove the stapler unit.
Removing the Stapler Unit on page 112

Procedure
1. Turn the Dial [1] moving Staple Mount Unit [2] in
contact with the rear end, to move Staple-free
[2]
Binding Unit for rear side.

[1]

[2]

Removing the Saddle Delivery


Tray
2. Remove the staple drive unit. Procedure
3 wire saddles [2]
2 connectors [3] 1. Remove the saddle delivery tray [1].
2 screws [4] 2 bosses [2]
1 connector [3]

[3]
1x

2x
[2]

3x [2]
[1]

2x

[1]
[4]
[2]

[3]

108
4. Disassembly/Assembly

3. Remove the saddle unit [1].


Removing the Saddle Unit 2 screws [2]
4 hangers [3]
Procedure
1. Pull out the saddle unit (service position).
Pulling Out the Saddle Unit (Service Position) on page
132

2. Remove the lower front cover.


Removing the Lower Front Cover on page 98 [3] [3]

Procedure
2x [1]
1. Remove the saddle PCB cover [1].
2 screws [2]
[3]

[2] [1]
2x
[2]

[2]

[3]

2. Remove the harness.


2 connectors [1]
2 wire saddles [2]
1screws [3]
CAUTION:
Hold specific parts to remove the Saddle Unit as shown
in the figure or there is a possibility of breakage when
2x holding other parts.
[3]

2x

1x

[1]
[2]
NOTE:
Since the saddle unit is not stored due to come in contact
[1] with the front cover. When installing the saddle unit, be
sure to open the front cover.

109
4. Disassembly/Assembly

Removing the Pushing Unit [2]

Preparation 2x

1. Pull out the saddle unit (service position).


Pulling Out the Saddle Unit (Service Position) on page
132

2. Remove the lower front cover.


Removing the Lower Front Cover on page 98 [1]
[3]
3. Remove the saddle unit.
[3]
Removing the Saddle Unit on page 109

4. Remove the saddle PCB cover.


Removing the Saddle Stitcher Controller PCB
(PCB201) on page 121 3. Remove the rail stay [1].
4 screws [2]
Procedure [2]

1. Remove the PCB holder [1].


4 connectors [2]
2 screws [3]
4x
[2] [2]

[2]

[1]

[2]
4x

2x
4. Remove the drive shaft assembly.
[1]
1 E-ring [1]
1 gear [2]
1 straight pin [3]
[3] 1 shaft support [4]

2. Remove the saddle upper guide [1].


2 screws [2]
2 insertion joints [3]

110
4. Disassembly/Assembly

[2]

[3]

1x

6x

[4] [3] [2] [1] [3] [3]


[3]
[3]

[3]

Handling after replacement


1. When removed the pushing unit, phase alignment
5. Remove the saddle lower guide [1].
installing the paper folding roller.
2 screws [2]
Phase Alignment When Installing the Paper Folding
Roller on page 165

2x

[1]
[2]

6. Remove the pushing unit [1].


1 connector [2]
6 screws [3]

111
4. Disassembly/Assembly

Parts Replacement and Removing the Stapler Unit


Cleaning Procedure Preparation
1. Remove the front cover.
Removing the Static Removing the Front Cover on page 97
Eliminator (Upper/Lower Escape 2. Remove the front inner cover.
Delivery Unit) Removing the Front Inner Cover on page 98

Preparation Procedure
1. Remove the front cover. 1. Remove the lower cover [1].
Removing the Front Cover on page 97 1screw [2]

2. Remove the front inner cover.


Removing the Front Inner Cover on page 98
1x
3. Remove the rear cover.
Removing the Rear Cover on page 97
[2]
4. Remove the escape tray (Upper/Lower).
Removing the Escape Tray (Upper/Lower) on page
100

5. Remove the upper cover.


Removing the Upper Cover on page 97 [1]

NOTE:
There is no need to remove the upper cover if replacing 2. Remove the flexible cover [1].
only the lower unit. 2 connectors [3]
1 screw [3]

Procedure
2x
1. Remove the static eliminator [1].
[2] [1]
1 screw [2]

1x
1x [1]

[3]

[2] 3. Remove the stapler unit [1].


1 screw [2]

Handling after parts replacement


1. Clear the parts counter.
Lower: (LV1) COPIER > COUNTER > DRBL-2 > TRY-
STC1
Upper: (LV1) COPIER > COUNTER > DRBL-2 > TRY-
STC2

112
4. Disassembly/Assembly

2 wire saddles [1]


1 connector [3]
1x [1]
4 screws [4]

1x [5]

[2] [3]
1x

[2]

4x

Handling after parts replacement


[4]
1. Clear the parts counter.
[1]
(LV1) COPIER > COUNTER > DRBL-2 > FIN-STPR

Removing the Saddle Stitcher


[4]
Unit
Preparation
Handling after parts replacement
1. Pull out the saddle unit (service position).
Pulling Out the Saddle Unit (Service Position) on page 1. Clear the parts counter.
132 (LV1) COPIER > COUNTER > DRBL-2 > SDL-STP
2. Remove the lower front cover. 2. Adjusting the saddle stitcher unit installation
Removing the Lower Front Cover on page 98 position.
Adjusting the Stitcher Unit Installation Position on page
Procedure 166

1. Remove the top plate [1].


2 screws [2] Removing the Staple-Free
2 insertion joints [3]
Binding Unit
[3] [1]

2x [3] Preparation
1. Remove the rear cover.
Removing the Rear Cover on page 97

2. Remove the Stack Tray.


Removing the Stack Tray on page 100
[2] 3. Remove the Grate-Shaped Lower Guide.
Removing the Grate-Shaped Lower Guide on page
101

2. Remove the saddle stitcher unit [1].

NOTE:
Check the Scale[5] before removing the Saddle Stitcher
Unit.

113
4. Disassembly/Assembly

Procedure
5x [2]
1. Turn Staple Dive Belt [2] moving Staple Unit [3] in
contact with the rear end, to move Staple-free
Binding Unit [1] for rear side.
1x [2]
[2]

NOTE:
In the case of moving Stapler Unit, it is better to move
Alignment Plates for center to move Staple Unit smoothly.

[2]
[3]

[1]

[2]

[1]
3. Process the harness [1].
1 Connector [2]
2 Wire Saddles [3]
1 Edge Saddle [4]
1 Screw [5]

[5]

1x
[2]
[1]

[3] 3x
[2]
[3]

1x
[4] [1] [3]

4. Remove the Staple-free Binding Unit's Support Plate


[1].
2. Remove the Staple-free Binding Unit [1]. 1 Clip [2]
5 Screws [2] 1 Shaft [3]
1 Connector [3]

114
4. Disassembly/Assembly

7. Remove the Rail Unit [1].


[2] 3 Screws [2]
1 Hook [3]

3x
[3] [1]

[1]

[3]
[2]

5. Remove the Guide Unit [1]. [2]


2 Screws [2]

[2] Handling after parts replacement


2x 1. If the limited function message of the staple-free
stapling is shown on the host machine's LUI, clear
the message on the service mode.
(LV1) SORTER > FUNCTION > EMSG-CLR

2. Clear the parts counter.


(LV1) COPIER > COUNTER > DRBL-2 > FR-STPL

3. Perform rear stapling once from the finisher


[1] controls.

CAUTION:
6. Remove the Cable Guide [1]. Rear stapling is performed to position the staple-free
1 Wire Saddle [2] binding unit. If you do not perform this procedure,
empty stapling or position error in staple-free stapling
may occur.

2x

Removing the Static


[1]
Eliminator (Stack tray Unit)
Preparation
1. Remove the stack tray.
Removing the Stack Tray on page 100

2. Remove the grate-shaped lower guide.


Removing the Grate-Shaped Lower Guide on page
101
[2]

115
4. Disassembly/Assembly

3. Remove the side cover (right) [1].


1 screw [2]
Removing the Static
Eliminator (Saddle Delivery Unit)
1x Procedure
1. Open the front cover [1], and pull out the saddle unit
[2].
[2]

[1]

[1]

Procedure
1. Remove the static eliminator.
1 screw [1]
[2]

2. Remove the static eliminator [1].


1 screw [2] each

1x [1]
2x

[1]

[2] [2]

Handling after parts replacement


Handling after parts replacement
1. Clear the parts counter.
1. Clear the parts counter.
(LV1) COPIER > COUNTER > DRBL-2 > DL-STC
(LV1) COPIER > COUNTER > DRBL-2 > SDL-STC

116
4. Disassembly/Assembly

Removing the Paddle Unit NOTE:


Turn the paddle axis by 180 degree furthermore when the
claw[2] is still behind the paddle shaft.
Procedure
[2] [2]
1. Lower the stack tray.

4. Remove the paddle [1].


1 claw [2] each
2. Lower the swing unit [1].

CAUTION:
[1]
When displacing the shaft support[3], the phase of the
paddle probably does not fit. When installing the
paddle, be sure to check the phase of the paddle.
Phase Alignment When Installing the Swing Unit on
page 159

[3] [3]

3. Turn the paddle axis until the paddle[2] reaches to


the guide[3].

[1]
[2] [2] [2]
[2]

[3] [3]

[1] [1]

117
4. Disassembly/Assembly

CAUTION:
Point to Note When Installing the Paddle 1x [1]
Insert the claw of the paddle [1] into the groove [2].
Align the paddle end face [3] with the shaft end
[3]
face [4].

[2]
[3] [2]
[3] [2]

Handling after parts replacement


[4] [1] 1. Clear the parts counter.
[1] [4]
(LV1) COPIER > COUNTER > DRBL-2 > SW-RL-CL

Removing the Escape Feed


Clutch (CL101)
Preparation
[1]
[1] 1. Remove the rear cover.
Removing the Rear Cover on page 97

2. Remove the puncher unit.

NOTE:
Only when the puncher unit is installed, refer the
Handling after parts replacement installation procedure to remove the puncher unit.

1. Clear the parts counter.


(LV1) COPIER > COUNTER > DRBL-2 > FIN-MPDL Procedure
1. Remove the support plate [1].
Removing the Lower Stack 1 screw [2]
Delivery Roller Clutch (CL102) [2]
1x
Preparation
1. Remove the rear cover.
Removing the Rear Cover on page 97

Procedure
1. Remove the clutch [1].
1 connector [2]
[1]
1 clip [3]

2. Remove the escape feed clutch [1].


1 shaft support [2]
1 connector [3]

118
4. Disassembly/Assembly

1x
[2]
[1]

[2]

[3] [3]

Handling after parts replacement


1. Clear the parts counter.
(LV1) COPIER > COUNTER > DRBL-2 > ESC-CL [1]

Removing the Stack Tray


Torque Limiter
Preparation
1. Remove the rear cover.
Removing the Rear Cover on page 97

Procedure
NOTE:
1. Remove the torque limiter unit [1]. Do not loss the parallel pin which remains after removing
2 screws [2] the torque limiter.

2x Handling after parts replacement


1. Clear the parts counter.
(LV1) COPIER > COUNTER > DRBL-2 > TRY-TQLM

[2]

[1]

2. Remove the torque limiter [1].


1 E-ring [2] each
1 gear [3] each

119
4. Disassembly/Assembly

PCB [1] [1]


25x

Removing the Finisher


Controller PCB (PCB101) 4x

Handling before parts replacement


1. Before replacing the finisher controller PCB, back [1]
up the counter values of consumable parts and
various adjustment values to the host machine in [1]
service mode.
(LV1) SORTER > FUNCTION > FIN-BK-R
(For details, see the service manual for the host
machine.) 3. Remove the PCB [1].
4 claws [2]
2. If backing up is not possible, before replacing the
finisher controller PCB, output P-PRINT in the host
[2]
machine's service mode. [2]
(LV1) COPIER> FUNCTION>MISC-P >P-PRINT

Procedure
1. Remove the rear cover.
Removing the Rear Cover on page 97

Procedure
1. Loosen the PCB stay screw. [1]
4 screws

4x

[2]

[2]

4. Remove the fan[1] from the PCB.


2. Remove the connectors and flexible cable. 1 connector [2]
25 connectors [2] 4 claws [3]
1 flexible cable [3]
4 screws [4]

120
4. Disassembly/Assembly

[2] [2] [1]

[1] 2x
1x

[3]

[3]

2. Remove the PCB [1].


10 connectors [2]
Handling after parts replacement 2 screws [3]
2 PCB retainers [4]
CAUTION:
If the finisher version is old, a message prompting you
to update will appear. If this message appears, update 10x
it automatically. If you select to skip the message
screen indicating that the combination is not correct, [2]
the message will appear every time you start the host 2x
machine unless you disable the message in service [4]
mode.
Service mode [3]
(Lv2) COPIER > OPTION > FNC-SW > VER-CHNG
Title: Setting of firmware update operation

1. If backup operation has been performed [2]


Write the backup data to the new PCB in the host
machine's service mode. [1]
(Lv1) SORTER > FUNCTION > FIN-BK-W

2. When P-PRINT is executed


Enter adjustment value/setting value on the service
mode from the printed setting value by P-PRINT.

3. When step 2 and 3 is not applicable [4] [3]


Enter the adjustment value printed on the service [2]
label of the finisher on the service mode.

Removing the Saddle Stitcher


Controller PCB (PCB201)
Preparation
1. Pull out the saddle unit.
Pulling Out the Saddle Unit (Service Position) on page
132

Procedure
1. Remove the PCB cover.
2 screws [2]

121
4. Disassembly/Assembly

Clutch/ Solenoid

Removing the Paddle Clutch


(CL103)
Preparation
1. Remove the front cover.
Removing the Front Cover on page 97

2. Remove the front inner cover.


Removing the Front Inner Cover on page 98

Procedure
1. Remove the harness guide [1].
1 screw [2]
1 connector [3]

[3]
1x

1x

[2]
[1]

2. Remove the clutch [1].


1 clip [2]

[1]

[2]

122
4. Disassembly/Assembly

Motors [2]

[3]
Removing the Front Alignment 2x

Motor (M107)
1x
Preparation
1. Lower the stack tray.
[1]

Removing the Rear Alignment


Motor (M108)
Preparation
1. Lower the stack tray.

2. Remove the stack tray.


Removing the Stack Tray on page 100

3. Remove the grate-shaped lower guide.


Removing the Grate-Shaped Lower Guide on page
101

4. Remove the side covers (front and rear) [1] [2].


1 screw [3] each

2x

2. Remove the stack tray.


Removing the Stack Tray on page 100

3. Remove the grate-shaped lower guide.


Removing the Grate-Shaped Lower Guide on page
[3] 101
[2]
4. Remove the side covers (front and rear) [1] [2].
[1] 1 screw [3] each

5. Remove the processing tray.


Removing the Processing Tray on page 106 2x

Procedure
1. Remove the motor [1].
2 screws [2]
1 connector [3]

[3]
[2]

[1]

123
4. Disassembly/Assembly

5. Remove the processing tray.


Removing the Processing Tray on page 106
2x
Procedure
1. Remove the motor [1].
2 screws [2]
1 connector [3]

[2]
[3]
[2]

[1]
2x [3]
5. Remove the processing tray.
Removing the Processing Tray on page 106
1x
Procedure
1. Remove the motor unit [1].
[1] 2 screws [2]
1 connector [3]

[3]
[2]
2x

Removing the Tray Auxiliary


Guide Motor (M109) 1x

Preparation
[1]
1. Lower the stack tray.

2. Remove the motor [1].


2 screws [2]

[1]
2x

2. Remove the stack tray.


Removing the Stack Tray on page 100

3. Remove the grate-shaped lower guide. [2]


Removing the Grate-Shaped Lower Guide on page
101

4. Remove the side covers (front and rear) [1] [2].


1 screw [3] each

124
4. Disassembly/Assembly

Removing the Paper End [3]

Assist Motor (M113) 2x [4]

Preparation
[2]
1. Lower the stack tray. 1x

[1]

CAUTION:
Do not forget to hook the tensioner when installing the
belt.

2. Remove the motor [1].


2. Remove the stack tray. 2 screws [2]
Removing the Stack Tray on page 100
[2]
3. Remove the grate-shaped lower guide.
2x
Removing the Grate-Shaped Lower Guide on page
101

4. Remove the side covers (front and rear) [1] [2].


1 screw [3] each

2x

[1]

Removing the Stapler Shift


[3] Motor (M114)
[2]

[1]
Preparation
1. Remove the front cover.
5. Remove the processing tray.
Removing the Front Cover on page 97
Removing the Processing Tray on page 106
2. Remove the front inner cover.
Procedure Removing the Front Inner Cover on page 98

1. Remove the motor unit [1]. Procedure


1 belt [2]
2 screws [3] 1. Process the harness.
1 connector [4] 2 connectors [1]
3 wire saddles [2]

125
4. Disassembly/Assembly

[3]

2x
2x

3x
1x
[1]
[4]

[2]

[2] [1]

Removing the Staple-Free


Binding Motor (M116)
2. Remove the motor unit [1]. Preparation
3 screws [2]
1. Removetherearcover.
1 belt [3]
Removing the Rear Cover on page 97

2. Remove the staple-free binding unit.


3x Removing the Staple-Free Binding Unit on page 113

[3] Procedure
1. Process the harness [1].
1 connector [2]

[2]
[2]

[2]

[1]

3. Remove the motor [1].


1 connector [2]
2 screws [3]
1 belt [4]
1x [1]

1x

2. Remove the harness guide [1].


1 screw [2]
2 claws [3]

126
4. Disassembly/Assembly

[3]
Removing the Saddle Paper
1x
Pushing Plate/Folding Motor
(M204)
Preparation
[1] 1. Pull out the saddle unit (service position).
Pulling Out the Saddle Unit (Service Position) on page
[2] 132

Procedure
3. Remove the encoder and screws. 1. Remove the motor cover [1].
1 encoder [1] 2 screws [2]
2 screws [2]

[2]
2x
2x

[1]

[1] [2]

2. Process the harness.


4. Remove the motor. 2 connectors [1]
1 Motor cover [1] 1 wire saddles [2]
1 spring [2]
1screw [3]
2x
[3]

1x
[1]

[2]

1x

[2]

[1]

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

3. Remove the motor unit [1].


3 screws [2]
2x
1 spring [3]
1 belt [4]

3x

[2]
[1]

[1] [2]

2. Process the harness.


[4]
2 connectors [1]
1 wire saddles [2]

2x
[2] [3]
[2]
4. Remove the motor [1].
1x
2 screws [2]
[1]

2x [2]

[1]

3. Remove the motor unit [1].


[2] 1 spring [2]
3 screws [3]
1 belt [4]

[3]
3x
[4]

Removing the Saddle Delivery [1]

Motor (M207)
Preparation
1. Pull out the saddle unit (service position).
Pulling Out the Saddle Unit (Service Position) on page [2]
132 [3]

Procedure 4. Remove the motor [1].


2 screws [2]
1. Remove the motor cover [1].
2 screws [2]

128
4. Disassembly/Assembly

[2]

2x

[2]

[1]

129
4. Disassembly/Assembly

3. Remove the switch [1].


Switches 1 connector [2]

Removing the Front Cover 1x


[2]

Switch (SW101)
Preparation
1. Remove the front cover.
Removing the Front Cover on page 97
[1]
2. Remove the front inner cover.
Removing the Front Inner Cover on page 98

Procedure
1. Turn the Dial[2] and then move the Stapler Unit[1] in Removing the Swing Guide
about 10cm.
Safety Switch (SW102)
Preparation
[1] 1. Remove the front cover.
[2] Removing the Front Cover on page 97

2. Remove the front inner cover.


Removing the Front Inner Cover on page 98

3. Remove the rear cover.


Removing the Rear Cover on page 97

4. Remove the escape tray (lower).


Removing the Escape Tray (Upper/Lower) on page
2. Remove the switch assembly [1]. 100
2 claws [2] 5. Remove the grate-shaped guide (middle).
Removing the Grate-shaped Guide (Upper/Middle) on
page 132

Procedure
1. Remove the switch assembly [1].
2 claws [2]
2 bosses [3]

[2]

[1]

130
4. Disassembly/Assembly

[1]
[1]
[2]
[3]
[2]

[1]

3x [2]

2. Remove the switch [1].


2. Remove the switch holder [1].
1 connector [2]
1 screw [2]

[1]
1x 1x
[2]

[2]

[1]

3. Remove the switch PCB [1].


Removing the Manual Staple 1 screw [2]
Switch (SW103) 1 connector [3]

Preparation [2]
1x
1. Remove the front cover.
Removing the Front Cover on page 97 [1]

2. Remove the front inner cover. 1x


Removing the Front Inner Cover on page 98

Procedure [3]

1. Disassemble the front inner cover [1].


3 screws [2]

131
4. Disassembly/Assembly

Other Parts Removing the Grate-shaped


Guide (Upper/Middle)
Pulling Out the Saddle Unit Preparation
(Service Position)
1. Remove the front cover.
Procedure Removing the Front Cover on page 97

2. Remove the front inner cover.


1. Open the front cover [1], and pull out the saddle
Removing the Front Inner Cover on page 98
unit[2]
3. Remove the rear cover.
Removing the Rear Cover on page 97

4. Remove the escape tray (upper/middle).


Removing the Escape Tray (Upper/Lower) on page
100

[1] Procedure

CAUTION:
The disassembly procedure for the upper and middle
grate-shaped guides is the same.
[2]

1. Remove the grate-shaped guide [1].


2 screws [2]
2 hooks [3]

[1]
2x
2. Push the plate spring[2] and then pull the saddle
unit[1] to the service position.

[2]

[2] [3]
[1]

Removing the Upper Escape


Delivery Roller
[2]
Preparation
1. Remove the front cover.
Removing the Front Cover on page 97

2. Remove the front inner cover.


Removing the Front Inner Cover on page 98

3. Remove the rear cover.


Removing the Rear Cover on page 97

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

4. Remove the escape tray (upper).


[3]
Removing the Escape Tray (Upper/Lower) on page
100

5. Remove the grate-shaped guide (upper)


Removing the Grate-shaped Guide (Upper/Middle) on [2]
page 132
[2]
6. Remove the upper cover.
Removing the Upper Cover on page 97

Procedure 4x

1. Remove the connector. [1]

2 connectors [1]

[1]

[1]
3. Remove the drive shaft[1].
1 shaft support [2]
2x 1 belt [3]
1 washer [4]
1 bearing [5]

[4]
[5]

[3] [2]

2. Remove the drive support plate[1].


4 screws [2]
[1]
CAUTION:
When removing the drive support plate, the drive 4. Remove the E-ring.
shaft[4] may drop. Be sure to hold the drive shaft[3].
2 E-ring [1]

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

7. Remove the shaft support[1].

[1]

[1]

[1]

8. Remove the roller tensioner [1].


1 screw [2]

[1]
1x [2]

5. Remove the gear[1].


1 claw [2]

[1]
[2]

9. Remove the shaft support[1].

6. Remove the roller tensioner [1].


1 screw [2]

[2]
[1]
1x

10. Pull out the escape delivery slave shaft[1] about 2


cm for the arrow direction.([A]: Be sure not to
remove the shaft[1] from the front frame.)

[1]
CAUTION:
When pulling out the escape delivery slave shaft, the
gear[2] may drop. Be sure to hold the gear[2].

1 gear

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

[2]

[1]
[A]
[2]

[1]
[1]

11. Until escape delivery roller[1] is removed from the 12. Remove the shaft support[2] escaping the slide
slide drive holder[2], pull out the escape delivery drive holder[1]. Pull out the escape delivery roller[3]
roller[1] for the arrow direction. for the arrow direction.
1 shaft support
CAUTION:
Since the escape delivery roller comes in contact with [1]
the sensor flag[3], be sure to escape the sensor flag[3].

[2]

[3]

[3]

[1]

Removing the Lower Escape


Delivery Roller
Preparation
1. Remove the front cover.
Removing the Front Cover on page 97

2. Remove the front inner cover.


Removing the Front Inner Cover on page 98

3. Remove the rear cover.


Removing the Rear Cover on page 97

4. Remove the escape tray (lower).


Removing the Escape Tray (Upper/Lower) on page
100

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

5. Remove the grate-shaped guide (middle).


Removing the Grate-shaped Guide (Upper/Middle) on [3]
page 132 1x

[2]
Procedure
1. Remove the connector.
2 connectors [1] [1]

[1]

4. Pull out the drive support plate[1] the about 10cm.


[1]
4 screws [2]

4x

[2] [1]
2x [1]

[2]

5. Process the harness and remove the drive support


plate[1].
1 Reuse Band[2]
1 wire saddle [3]
1 connector [4]
2. Process the harness.
1 Reuse Band[1]
1 edge saddle[2]
2x 1x

2x [1] [2]

[2]

[3]

[1]

[4]

3. Loosen screw [2] of belt tensioner [1] and remove


the belt [3]. 6. Remove the drive shaft[1].
1 screw 1 shaft support [2]
1 belt [3]
1 washer[4]
1 bearing [5]

NOTE:
Share a procedure of upper escape delivery roller to
become the procedure same as upper escape delivery
roller from procedure 6.

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

[4] [2]
[5]
1x

[3] [2]

[1]

[1]
10. Remove the shaft support[1].

7. Remove the E-ring.


1 E-ring [1]

[1]

[1]

11. Remove the roller tensioner [1].


[1]
1 screw [2]

[1]
1x [2]

8. Remove the gear[1].


1 claw [2]

[1]
[2]

12. Remove the shaft support[1].

[1]
9. Remove the roller tensioner [1].
1 screw [2]

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

13. Pull out the escape delivery slave shaft[1] about 3


[2]
cm for the arrow direction.([A]: Be sure not to
remove the shaft[1] from the front frame.)

CAUTION:
When pulling out the escape delivery slave shaft[1], the [1]
gear[2] may drop. Be sure to hold the gear[2].

1 gear

[1]

[A]
[2]

15. Remove the shaft support[2] escaping the slide


drive holder[1].
1 shaft support
[1]
[1]

[2]

14. Until escape delivery roller[1] is removed from the


slide drive holder[2], pull out the escape delivery
roller[1] for the arrow direction.

CAUTION:
Since the escape delivery roller comes in contact with [3]
the sensor flag[3], be sure to escape the sensor flag[3].

[3]

[1]

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

1. Remove the clip [1] and remove the shaft support [2]
Removing the Return Roller 2 clips
2 shaft support
Preparation
1. Lower the stack tray.

[2] [2]

[1] [1]

2. Remove the return roller [2] from link part [1].

2. Remove the stack tray. [1]


[1]
Removing the Stack Tray on page 100

3. Remove the grate-shaped lower guide.


Removing the Grate-Shaped Lower Guide on page
101

4. Remove the side covers (front and rear) [1] [2].


1 screw [3] each
[2]

2x

Removing the Swing Roller


Procedure
1. Lower the stack tray.
[3]
[2]

[1]

5. Remove the Processing Tray.


Removing the Processing Tray on page 106

Procedure

NOTE:
Image of removing the return roller.

2. Spread the escape roller holder[1] to the arrow in the


figure to remove the escape roller unit[2].

CAUTION:
When removing the swing roller unit, the shaft support
may remove and drop.

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

CAUTION:
[1]
The paddle may remove by the installation/removal
work of the swing roller. Check that the paddle is
installed properly.
Insert the claw of the paddle [1] into the groove [2].
[2] Align the paddle end face [3] with the shaft end
face [4].

[2]
[3] [2]
[3]
3. Remove the shaft support [1] and remove the clips
[2]
2 shaft support [1]
3 clips [2]

[1] [2] [4] [1] [1] [4]


[2] [2] [1]

4. Remove the swing roller (rear)[1] and remove the


gear [2]. [1]
[1]
[1]
[2]

Removing the Folding Roller


NOTE:
Swing roller (front) is not disassembled. (all-in-one with the
shaft)
Preparation
1. Pull out the saddle unit (service position).
Pulling Out the Saddle Unit (Service Position) on page
132

2. Remove the lower front cover.


Removing the Lower Front Cover on page 98

3. Remove the saddle unit.


Removing the Saddle Unit on page 109

4. Remove the saddle stitcher controller PCB.


Removing the Saddle Stitcher Controller PCB
(PCB201) on page 121

Procedure
1. Remove the PCB holder[1].
4 connectors [2]
2 screws [3]

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

4. Remove the drive shaft assembly.


[2] 1 E-ring [1]
1 gear [2]
[2] 1 straight pin [3]
1 shaft support [4]

[2]
4x

2x
[1]

[3]

[4] [3] [2] [1]

2. Remove the saddle upper guide [1].


2 screws [2]
2 insertion joints [3]

[2]

2x

5. Remove the drive shaft[1].


1 shaft support [2]

[2]

[1]
[3]

[3]

3. Remove the rail stay [1].


4 screws [2] [1]

[2]

6. Remove the motor cover[1].


2 screws [2]
4x
2x
[2]

[1]

[1]

[2]

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

7. Remove the wire saddle. 10. Remove the delivery motor gear.
4 wire saddles 1 gear [1]
1 belt [2]

[2]
4x

[1]

8. Remove the drive support plate[1].


3 screws [2] 11. Remove the folding drive support plate[1].
1 shaft support [3] 3 screws [2]

[1]
3x

[2]

[2]

12. Remove the drive gear.


9. Remove the pushing plate drive unit[1].
2 gear
4 screws [2]

4x

[2] [1]

[2]

13. Remove the gear of the folding roller(upper/lower).


[2] 2 C-ring [2]
2 gear [1]

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

[3]

4x
[1]

[3]
1x

[2]
[2]

14. Turn over the saddle unit.


[1]

[3] [3]

17. Remove the delivery guide base [1].


2 screws [2]

[1]

2x
15. Remove the rail fixation plate(front)[1]. [2]
4 screws [2]

[2]

[2]

4x
18. Remove the saddle exit roller[1].
1 E-ring [2]
2 shaft support [3]

[1]
[2]

[2]
[3]

[1]

[3]
16. Remove the saddle upper guide [1].
1 connector [2]
4 screws [3]
19. Remove the saddle delivery guide support plate[1].
2 screws [2]

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

22. Remove the E-ring[1] and shaft support [2]

2x [2]

[1] [2] [1]

[2]
23. Remove the spring of the roller tensioner(front) [1].

[1]
20. Remove the spring of the roller tensioner(rear) [1].

[1]

24. Remove the bearing.


2 C-ring [2]
2 bearing [1]

[1]

21. Remove the bearing.


2 bearing [1]

[2]

25. Loosen fixed screw of stitcher unit.


4 screws
[1]
CAUTION:
When loosening the Fixation Screw, be sure to check
the Fixation Position(scale).

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4. Disassembly/Assembly

Procedure
4x 1. Removing the pushing plate[1].
1 pushing plate guide[2]
3 screws [3]

CAUTION:
When removing the pushing plate, be sure to check the
fixation position(scale).

[3]

3x [3]

26. Spread the front frame to remove the folding roller[1] [3]
[2].

[2] [2]

[1]

[1]

Handling after parts replacement


Handling after parts replacement
1. Adjustment after the folding roller exchange.
Phase Alignment When Installing the Paper Folding 1. If you remove or replace the pushing unit, perform
Roller on page 165 phase adjustment of folding roller.
Phase Alignment When Installing the Paper Folding
Roller on page 165
Removing the pushing plate.
Preparation
1. Pull out the saddle unit (service position).
Pulling Out the Saddle Unit (Service Position) on page
132

2. Remove the lower front cover.


Removing the Lower Front Cover on page 98

3. Remove the saddle unit.


Removing the Saddle Unit on page 109

4. Remove the saddle stitcher controller PCB.


Removing the Saddle Stitcher Controller PCB
(PCB201) on page 121

5. Remove the pushing plate unit.


Removing the Pushing Unit on page 110

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5 Adjustment
Overview........................................... 147
Basic Adjustments.............................153
Adjustments When Replacing Parts. 159
5. Adjustment

Overview

Adjustment, Operation and Inspection, and Functional Setting Items


in Service Mode
In service mode, the finisher can perform the following adjustment, operation and inspection, and functional setting items.

Adjustment items
Service Mode
Items (SORTER > AD- Use case Remarks
JUST)
Adjusting the front 1-staple position STP-F1 When the front staple position is displaced.
Adjusting the rear 1-staple position STP-R1 When the rear staple position is displaced.
Adjusting the front/rear 2-staple po- STP-2P When the front/rear 2-staple position is dis-
sition placed.
Adjusting the displacement amount BFF-SFT When the paper displacement occurs on
of the buffered paper (1st to 2nd the 1st to 2nd sheets of buffered paper.
sheets)
Adjusting the displacement amount BFF-SFT2 When the paper displacement occurs on
of the buffered paper (2nd to 3rd the 2nd to 3rd sheets of buffered paper.
sheets)
Adjusting the stitching position of SDL-STP When the stitching position of the saddle
the saddle stitcher unit stitcher unit is displaced.
Adjusting the stitching position of SDL-STP2 When the stitching position of the saddle
the saddle stitcher unit (thin paper) stitcher unit is displaced with the thin paper.
Adjusting the folding position of the SDL-FLD When the folding position of the saddle
saddle stitcher unit stitcher unit is displaced.
Adjusting the folding position of the SDL-FLD2 When the folding position of the saddle
saddle stitcher unit (thin paper) stitcher unit is displaced with the thin paper.
Adjusting the alignment width of the SDL-ALG When the misalignment occurs within a pa-
saddle stitcher unit per stack on the saddle stitcher unit.
Adjusting the A4 size paper align- ST-ALG1 When misalignment occurs in A4 size pa-
ment position per.
Adjusting the LTR size paper align- ST-ALG2 When misalignment occurs in LTR size pa-
ment position per.
Adjusting the center standard posi- CENT-ALG - When the center standard position of the Do not use this at the normal
tion of the alignment plates alignment plates is misaligned. service work to influence the
- When the paper alignment position is dis- alignment operation greatly.
placed. Adjust the alignment width
with ST-ALG1/ST-ALG2 nor-
mally.
Adjusting the height of the swing SW-UP-RL When misalignment occurs by failure of the
unit paper feeding to the processing tray.
Adjusting the delivery speed at the NST-SPD When the paper stacking at non sort mode
non sort mode is misalignment.
Adjusting the delivery speed at the SFT-SPD When the paper stacking on stack tray at - When the value is de-
shift sort mode shift sort mode is misalignment. creased,the productivity is de-
creased.
- When the buffer operation is
performed, delivery speed
does not change. (The buffer
operation is the operation to
deliver the stacking paper on
the processing tray.) The
ON/OFF of buffer operation is
set by BUFF-SW.

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5. Adjustment

Service Mode
Items (SORTER > AD- Use case Remarks
JUST)
Adjusting the delivery speed at the STP-SPD When the paper stacking at staple mode or - When the value is de-
staple mode staple-free binding mode is misalignment. creased,the productivity is de-
creased.
- When the buffer operation is
performed, delivery speed
does not change. (The buffer
operation is the operation to
deliver the stacking paper on
the processing tray.) The
ON/OFF of buffer operation is
set by BUFF-SW.
Adjusting the delivery speed of the ESC1-SPD When the paper stacking to the lower es-
lower escape tray cape tray is misalignment.
Adjusting the delivery speed of the ESC2-SPD When the paper stacking to the upper es-
upper escape tray cape tray is misalignment.
Adjusting the binding pressure at FR-ST-PS Upon user's request (When changing the The life of staple-free binding
the staple-free binding mode binding pressure). unit becomes shorter when in-
creasing the setting value.
Adjusting the binding position for FR-STP-Y When the binding position in front/rear di-
the front/rear direction at the sta- rection is displaced at the staple-free bind-
plefree binding mode ing mode.
Adjusting the height of the return RBLT-PRS When the paper alignment position is irreg- The height of the return belt
belt ular. during the paper alignment on
Adjusting the height of the return RBLT-PS2 When the misalignment of paper stack oc- the processing tray is the total
belt curs during alignment operation on the pro- of setting values of RBLT-PRS
cessing tray. and PBLT-PS2, so adjust
again the setting value of
RBLT-PS2 if necessary when
changing the setting value of
RBLT-PRS.
Adjusting the front/rear staple posi- MSTP-2P When the staple position for front/rear di-
tion at the manual staple mode rection is displaced at the manual staple
mode.
Adjusting the punch hole position in PNCH-Y When the punch hole is misaligned in the - When the setting of "PUN-
the horizontal registration direction horizontal registration direction. YSW" is 0, the adjustable
range is from -3 to 15.
- This mode is available when
the puncher unit has been in-
stalled.
Adjusting the punch hole position in PNCH-X When the punch hole is displaced in feed - When setting the punch
feed direction direction mode to the precision priority,
this adjustment cannot be exe-
cuted.
- This mode is available when
the puncher unit has been in-
stalled.

Operation and inspection items


Service Mode (SORT-
Items Use case Remarks
ER > FUNCTION)
Reading the backup data from the fin- FIN-BK-R When replacing the finisher controller
isher controller PCB PCB.
Writing the backup data from the fin- FIN-BK-W When replacing the finisher controller
isher controller PCB PCB.

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5. Adjustment

Service Mode (SORT-


Items Use case Remarks
ER > FUNCTION)
Clearing the RAM data of the finisher FIN-CON When clearing the RAM data (excluding - Output the service mode
controller PCB the counter values) of the finisher con- setting values by P-PRINT
troller PCB before execution. After exe-
cution, enter necessary set-
ting values.
- The RAM data is cleared
after the main power switch
is turned OFF/ON.
Clearing the parts counter counted by CNT-FCON When clearing the parts counter of the
the finisher controller PCB Finisher.
Removing the paper dust from the sta- FR-ST-RP When the performance of the staple- - The part counter value of
ple-free binding unit free binding unit deteriorates. the staple-free binding op-
eration increases.
- When the job starts during
the operation of this mode,
the finisher sequence error
jam occurs.
- When the error avoidance
jam occurs during the oper-
ation of this mode, the jam
becomes the error immedi-
ately.
Specifying the motor driven by "MTR- MTR-CHK When replacing the motor/checking the - When setting the staple
ON" operation. motor or the saddle stitcher
Set value: 1 to 30 motor, remove each staple
1: Inlet feed motor (M101) cartridge. When the staple
2: Pre-processing/buffer motor (M102) cartridge is installed, the
3: Stack delivery/paddle motor (M103) motor is not driven.
4: Escape feed motor (M117) - The punch motor (M301)
5: Paper end pushing guide motor and punch shift motor
(M112) (M302) are driven when the
6: Stapler shift motor (M114) puncher unit has been in-
7: Stack tray shift motor (M105) stalled.
8: Swing guide motor (M110)
9: Front alignment motor (M107)
10: Rear alignment motor (M108)
11: Return roller lift motor (M111)
12: Flapper motor (M104)
13: Upper escape delivery shift motor
(M119)
14: Paper end assist motor (M113)
15: Escape flapper motor (M118)
16: Lower escape delivery shift motor
(M106)
17: Tray auxiliary guide motor (M109)
18: Cooling fan (FM101)
19: Staple motor (M115)
20: Staple-free binding motor (M116)
21: Saddle feed/paddle motor (M201)
22: Saddle delivery motor (M207)
23: Saddle switching lever motor
(M202)
24: Saddle stitcher motor (M208)
25: Saddle paper end stopper motor
(M206)
26: Saddle gripper motor (M205)
27: Saddle alignment motor (M203)
28: Saddle paper pushing plate/folding
motor (M204)
29: Punch motor (M301)
30: Punch shift motor (M302)

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5. Adjustment

Service Mode (SORT-


Items Use case Remarks
ER > FUNCTION)
Starting the operation check of the mo- MTR-ON When replacing the motor/checking the - When the job starts during
tor specified by "MTR-CHK" operation. the operation of the motor,
the finisher sequence error
jam occurs.
- When the error avoidance
jam occurs during the oper-
ation of the motor, the jam
becomes the error immedi-
ately.
Specifying the clutch driven by "CL- CL-CHK When replacing the clutch/checking the
ON" operation.
Set value: 1 to 3
1: Lower stack delivery roller clutch
(CL102)
2: Escape feed clutch (CL101)
3: Paddle clutch (CL103)
Starting the operation check of the CL-ON When replacing the clutch/checking the - When the job starts during
clutch specified by "CL-CHK" operation. the operation of the clutch,
the finisher sequence error
jam occurs.
- When the error avoidance
jam occurs during the oper-
ation of the clutch, the jam
becomes the error immedi-
ately.
Clearing the message about the func- EMSG-CLR When clearing the message of the limi-
tion limit of the staple-free binding ted function mode related to the staple-
mode free binding after recovering the finisher
normally.
Adjusting the punch horizontal regis- FN-SENS1 When replacing the horizontal registra- This mode is available when
tration sensor tion sensor of the puncher unit. the puncher unit has been
installed.
Adjustment the punch waste full sensor FN-SENS2 - When installing/replacing the puncher This mode is available when
Unit. the puncher unit has been
- When replacing the punch waste full installed.
sensor.
Reading the backup data from the PUN-BK-R When replacing the puncher controller This mode is available when
puncher controller PCB PCB. the puncher unit has been
installed.
Writing the backup data from the PUN-BK-W When replacing the puncher controller This mode is available when
puncher controller PCB PCB. the puncher unit has been
installed.

Functional setting items


Service Mode
Items (SORTER > OP- Use case Remarks
TION)
Setting ON/OFF of the buffer oper- BUFF-SW When the misalignment of the buffered pa- When the buffer operation is
ation per stack occurs on the processing tray. set to OFF, productivity is de-
creased.
Setting ON/OFF of the shift sort de- 1SHT-SRT Upon user's request. - The stacking condition de-
livery operation for a sheet of paper creases when the collated de-
livery operation for a sheet of
paper enables.
- A sheet of paper is delivered
by non-sort decreases when
the collated delivery operation
for a sheet of paper disables.
Setting the staple timing at the man- MSTP-TMG Upon user's request. The settings of this mode and
ual staple mode the "Settings/Registration"
change at the same time.

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5. Adjustment

Service Mode
Items (SORTER > OP- Use case Remarks
TION)
Setting the delivery number of the SFT-CHNG When improving the stacking alignment dur-
stacking paper at the shift sort mode ing the delivery of the stacking paper except
for the paper that is more than 91 g/m2 or
tab paper.
Setting the operation of the align- STP-ALG When improving the alignment (front/rear) When setting to ON, the pro-
ment plates at the staple and staple- of the paper at staple and staple-free bind- ductivity is decreased.
free binding mode ing mode.
Setting the paddle operation when SDL-ALG When improving the paper alignment of the When setting to ON, the pro-
stacking the paper in the saddle feed direction at stacking the paper in the ductivity is decreased.
stitcher unit saddle stitcher unit.
Setting whether to limit the stack ca- TRY-STP When stacking papers beyond the maxi- When the stacking limit is
pacity of the stapled or folded mum number of stapled copies/folded cleared, stacking capacity in-
sheets sheets. creases, but stacking perform-
ance decreases.
Setting whether to limit the stack ca- TRY-LMT When the stacking performance decreases
pacity of the stack tray by the curled paper during stacking a large
amount of the small size paper except the
thin paper and coated paper.
Switching the high-productivity PUCH-SW When switching the high-productivity punch - The settings of this mode and
punch mode or high-accuracy mode or high-accuracy punch mode. the "Settings/Registration"
punch mode of the puncher unit change at the same time.
- This mode is available when
the puncher unit has been in-
stalled.
Setting whether to perform the hor- PUN-Y-SW When the adjustable range of the punch This mode is available when
izontal registration operation of the hole horizontal registration adjustment the puncher unit has been in-
puncher unit for matching with the (PNCH-Y) is enlarged. stalled.
center of the paper
Setting the punch hole specification PNCH-SW2 When replacing the puncher unit. This mode is available when
of the puncher unit the puncher unit has been in-
stalled.
Setting ON/OFF of the mode to im- PNCH-SW3 When the position of the punch hole is mis- - When setting to ON, the pro-
prove the precision of the punch aligned. ductivity is decreased.
hole position - When setting the punch mode
to the precision priority, this
mode enables.
- This mode is available when
the puncher unit has been in-
stalled.

Basic Adjustment Items


No Items Use case Refer to
This is performed when you want to continu- Releasing the Saddle Delivery
Releasing the Saddle Delivery Tray Stacking
1 ously stack over the allowable stacking capaci- Tray Stacking Limit on page
Limit
ty when stacking in the saddle delivery tray. 153
When you remove or replace the alignment
plate of the processing tray unit or when align- Alignment Plate Right-Angle
2 Alignment Plate Right-Angle Adjustment
ment errors occur, adjust the right-angle of the Adjustment on page 154
alignment plate.
If the fold position of the paper stack delivered Adjusting the Saddle Paper
Adjusting the Saddle Paper End Stopper Instal-
3 from the saddle stitcher unit is skewed, per- End Stopper Installation Angle
lation Angle
form adjustment. on page 155

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5. Adjustment

Adjustments When Replacing Parts Items


No Target part Adjustment item and description Refer to
Phase Alignment When Instal-
1 Stack Tray Drive Belt Align the phase of the belt installation position. ling the Stack Tray Drive Belt
on page 159
Phase Alignment When Instal-
Align the phase of the swing unit installation position,
2 Swing Unit ling the Swing Unit on page
and fix them in place.
159
Phase adjustment of paddle
3 Paddle Unit Align the phase of the paddle unit installation position.
unit on page 160
Adjusting the Stapler Unit In-
4 Stapler Unit Adjust the staple position stallation Position on page
164
Phase Alignment When Instal-
Align the phase of the paper folding roller installation
5 Paper Folding Roller ling the Paper Folding Roller on
position.
page 165
Adjusting the Stitcher Unit In-
6 Stitcher Unit Adjust the stitcher unit and the stitch positions. stallation Position on page
166
Handling Finisher Controller
Backup operation before replacement and operation
7 Finisher Controller PCB PCB Replacements on page
after replacement
168

152
5. Adjustment

Basic Adjustments

Releasing the Saddle Delivery Tray Stacking Limit


This is performed when you want to continuously stack over the allowable stacking capacity when stacking in the saddle delivery
tray.

Release procedure
1. Pull the paper stopper of the saddle delivery tray out slightly and lower it.

NOTE:
When the paper stopper is lowered, the sensor flag of the saddle delivery tray paper sensor (PS216) is also lowered in sync, and
paper detection on the tray is disabled.

Paper Stopper

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5. Adjustment

Alignment Plate Right-Angle Adjustment


When you remove or replace the alignment plate of the processing tray unit or when alignment errors occur, adjust the right-angle
of the alignment plate.

Adjustment procedure
1. Place paper in the processing tray unit, and push it against the processing tray stopper.

Paper

Paper End Retainer Paper End Retainer

2. Loosen the screws of the alignment plate (front and rear), adjust the alignment plate so that it is parallel with the
paper,and then tighten the screws.

2x 2x

Fixing Screw
Fixing Screw

Front Alignment Plate Rear Alignment Plate

Paper

3. Widen the front alignment palte approx. 10mm.

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4. Contact a sheet of paper with the front alignment plate to check the gaps between the alignment plate and a sheet
of paper at [A] and [B] portion. In the case the gap is large, adjust the right-angle adjustment of alignment plate
again.

10 mm

Paper

[A]

Front Alignment Plate

[B]

5. Widen the rear alignment palte approx. 10mm.

6. Contact a sheet of paper with the rront alignment plate to check the gaps between the alignment plate and a sheet
of paper at [A] and [B] portion. In the case the gap is large, adjust the right-angle adjustment of alignment plate
again.

10 mm

Paper

[A]

Rear Alignment Plate

[B]

Adjusting the Saddle Paper End Stopper Installation Angle


If the fold position of the paper stack delivered from the saddle stitcher unit is skewed, perform adjustment.

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5. Adjustment

Adjustment procedure
1. Open the front cover [1], and then pull out the saddle stitcher unit [2] until it stops.

[1]

[2]

2. Push the plate spring (left/right) [2] and then pull the saddle stitcher unit [1] to the service position.

[2]

[1]

[2]

3. Remove the 2 screws, and then remove the lower right saddle cover.

2x

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5. Adjustment

4. Loosen the 3 screws.

3x

5. Turn the adjusting screw by referring the mark to adjust the saddle paper end stopper installation angle.
The change amount of the adjusting screw: about 0.8 mm/turn

Mounting Unit of Saddle Paper End Stopper Unit

B A

B A

Adjusting Screw Folding Position

Mark
A

Paper
Feed Direction

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5. Adjustment

6. After finishing the adjustment, tighten the 3 screws that loosened in the step 4.

3x

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5. Adjustment

Adjustments When Replacing Parts

Phase Alignment When Installing the Stack Tray Drive Belt


If you remove or replace the stack tray drive belt, align the phase of the belt installation position.

Phase adjustment procedure


1. Align the top surface of the protrusions of the belt holder (front and rear) attached to the stack tray drive belt to the
marks on the support plate, and fix them in place.
- Clearance: 2.5 mm or less

Upper part of Protrusion Mark Upper part of Protrusion Mark

Belt Holder (Rear)

Belt Holder (Front)

Phase Alignment When Installing the Swing Unit


If you remove or replace the swing unit, align the phase of the swing unit installation position, and fix them in place.

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5. Adjustment

Phase adjustment procedure


1. Align the swing unit lifting arm (front and rear) to the gear phase, and fix them in place.

Gear Gear

Swing Guide Unit Swing Guide Unit


Up/Down Arm (Rear) Up/Down Arm (Front)

Phase adjustment of paddle unit


If you remove or replace the swing unit, perform phase adjustment of paddle unit.

Checking Phase Angle of Paddle Unit


1. Make a print to have a sheet of paper ejected on the stack tray and the paddle unit will stop at its home position.

2. Lower the stack tray.

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5. Adjustment

3. Confirm that the paddle blade [1]stays in between the line [A] and [B].

[1]
[B]

[A]

CAUTION:
Adjust the phase angle of the paddle unit if the paddle blade is not in between the 2 lines.

CAUTION:
There are 2 paddle blades. So do not take the wrong blade to confirm its position.

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5. Adjustment

Adjsting Phase Angle of the Paddle Unit


1. Put off the belt [1].

[1]

2. Lower the swing roller till its end.

3. Adjust the angle of the paddle blade [1] so that it becomes in parallel with the line [B].

CAUTION:
There are 2 paddle blades. So do not take the wrong blade to confirm its position.

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5. Adjustment

CAUTION:
Do not have the paddle blade be in parallel with the line [A] or the adjustment fails.

[1]

[A] [B]

4. Align the projection of the sensor flag gear [1] with the mark-off line [2].

[2]
[1]

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5. Adjustment

5. Turn the sensor flag gear in the arrow direction by the amount of 1 tooth.

1 2

6. Put the belt back.

[1]

CAUTION:
When putting the belt back, pay a full attention that the paddle shaft does not rotate unexpectedly and the phase angle of
the paddle blade gets wrong.

NOTE:
Check the phase angle of the paddle unit again after performing this adjustment.

Adjusting the Stapler Unit Installation Position


If the staple position from the edge of the paper needs to be adjusted such as when the stapler unit is replaced, perform the
adjustment.

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5. Adjustment

Adjustment procedure
1. Mark the installation position of the stapler unit support plate.

CAUTION:
If returning its installation position to the original position, fix the stapler unit support plate by matching to the mark.

Stapler Unit Mounting Plate

2. Loosen the two screws of the stapler unit support plate, adjust the stapler installation position by referring to the
scale,and then tighten the screws.

Fixing Screw Fixing Screw

+
Stapler Unit Mounting Plate

+ Feed Direction

- Paper

Phase Alignment When Installing the Paper Folding Roller


If you remove or replace the paper folding roller, align the phase of the paper folding roller installation position.

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5. Adjustment

Phase adjustment procedure


1. With the shaft notches of the paper folding roller (upper and lower) aligned to the support plate grooves, align the
cam mark to the support plate mark, and fix them in place.

Cut-out of Upper Paper Folding Roller Mark

Mark

Cam
Cut-out of Lower Paper Folding Roller

Adjusting the Stitcher Unit Installation Position


If you remove or replace the stitcher unit and the stitch positions of the front and rear sides become misaligned, perform
adjustment.

Adjustment procedure
1. Mark the installation position of the stitcher unit.

NOTE:
If returning its installation position to the original position, fix the stitcher unit by matching to the mark.

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5. Adjustment

Stitcher Unit

2. Loosen the four screws of the stitcher unit, adjust the installation position by referring to the scale, and then tighten
the screws.

NOTE:
Normally, install so that the stitcher unit mark is aligned to the center of the support plate scale.

Mark

Stitcher Unit

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5. Adjustment

Fixing Screw

Mark
Fixing Screw

Fixing Screw

Stapling Position

Stitcher Unit A

Paper
Feed Direction

Handling Finisher Controller PCB Replacements


Handling before replacement
When backup is possible
1. Before replacing the finisher controller PCB, back up the counter values of consumable parts and various adjustment
values to the host machine in the host machine's service mode.
- (Lv.1) SORTER > FUNCTION > FIN-BK-R
2. To execute back up, turn the main power on the host machine off and then on.
3. Turn the main power of the host machine off.
When backup is not possible
1. Before replacing the finisher controller PCB, output P-PRINT in the host machine's service mode.
- (Lv.1) COPIER > FUNCTION > MISC-P > P-PRINT
2. Turn the main power of the host machine off.

Handling after replacement

NOTE:
If the finisher version is old, a message prompting you to update will appear. If this message appears, update it automatically. If
you select to skip the message screen indicating that the combination is not correct, the message will appear every time you start
the host machine unless you disable the message in service mode.

- (Lv.2) COPIER > OPTION > FNC-SW > VER-CHNG: Setting of firmware update operation

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5. Adjustment

If backup operation has been performed


1. Write the backup data to the new PCB in the host machine's service mode.
- (Lv.1) SORTER > FUNCTION > FIN-BK-W
2. Turn the main power of the host machine off and then on.
If backup operation has not been performed
1. Based on the output setting values (P-PRINT), enter the adjustment values and setting values for the following items in
service mode. Note that you cannot enter the counter value.

NOTE:
If there is not the output of the "P-PRINT", enter the values written to the service label affixed to the front cover.

Service Mode Items


SORTER > ADJUST STP-F1 Adjusting the front 1-staple position
STP-R1 Adjusting the rear 1-staple position
STP-2P Adjusting the front/rear 2-staple position
BFF-SFT Adjusting the displacement amount of the buffered paper (1st to 2nd
sheets)
PNCH-X* Adjusting the punch hole in the horizontal registration direction
BFF-SFT2 Adjusting the displacement amount of the buffered paper (2nd to 3rd
sheets)
SDL-STP Adjusting the stitching position of the saddle stitcher unit
SDL-FLD Adjusting the folding position of the saddle stitcher unit
SDL-ALG Adjusting the alignment width of the saddle stitcher unit
ST-ALG1 Adjusting the A4 size paper alignment position
ST-ALG2 Adjusting the LTR size paper alignment position
SW-UP-RL Adjusting the height of the swing unit
NST-SPD Adjusting the delivery speed at the non sort mode
FR-ST-PS Adjusting the binding pressure at the staple-free binding mode
FR-STP-Y Adjusting the binding position for the front/rear direction at the sta-
ple-free binding mode
RBLT-PRS Adjusting the height of the return belt
MSTP-2P Adjusting the front/rear staple position at the manual staple mode
CENT-ALG Adjusting the center standard position of the alignment plates
SDL-STP2 Adjusting the stitching position of the saddle stitcher unit (thin paper)
SDL-FLD2 Adjusting the folding position of the saddle stitcher unit (thin paper)
ESC1-SPD Adjusting the delivery speed of the lower escape tray
ESC2-SPD Adjusting the delivery speed of the upper escape tray
SFT-SPD Adjusting the delivery speed at the shift sort mode
STP-SPD Adjusting the delivery speed at the staple mode
RBLT-PS2 Adjusting the height of the return belt
SORTER > OPTION BUFF-SW Setting ON/OFF of the buffer operation
PUCH-SW* Switching the high-productivity punch mode or high-accuracy punch
mode of the puncher unit
1SHT-SRT Setting ON/OFF of the shift sort delivery operation for a sheet of
paper
FIN-SP1 Finisher special settings 1
FIN-SP2 Finisher special settings 2
MSTP-TMG Setting the staple timing at the manual staple mode
PNCH-SW3* Setting ON/OFF of the mode to improve the precision of the punch
hole position
SFT-CHNG Setting the delivery number of the stacking paper at the shift sort
mode
STP-ALG Setting the operation of the alignment plates at the staple and staple-
free binding mode
SDL-ALG Setting the paddle operation when stacking the paper in the saddle
stitcher unit

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5. Adjustment

Service Mode Items


SORTER > OPTION TRY-STP Setting whether to limit the stack capacity of the stapled or folded
sheets
TRY-LMT Setting whether to limit the stack capacity of the stack tray

*: The adjustment and setting values of this service mode for the puncher unit are stored by the finisher.
The adjustment and setting values of the following service mode are stored by the puncher unit.
(Lv.1) SORTER > ADJUST > PNCH-Y
(Lv.1) SORTER > OPTION > PUN-Y-SW
(Lv.1) SORTER > OPTION > PNCH-SW2

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How to Utilize This Installation
Procedure...................................... 172
Checking Before Installation............. 173
Unpacking ........................................ 176
Unpacking and Checking the
Contents........................................ 178
Installation Procedure....................... 181
Affixing the Labels.............................193
Making Adjustments..........................195
Making Checks after Completion of
Installation..................................... 201
6. Installation

How to Utilize This Installation Procedure

Illustrations Used in This Procedure


Illustrations used in this procedure are those of Booklet Finisher unless otherwise specified.

Symbols in the Illustration


The frequently-performed operations are described with symbols in this procedure.

Screw

1x 1x 1x 1x

Packaged Item Unused Parts Install Remove Tighten Loosen

Harness Connector Power Cord


(Common for Guides and Clamps)

1x 1x 1x 1x

Install Remove Connect Disconnect Connect Disconnect

Power

ON OFF Check the sound Check visually Check Push Cleaning

Product Name
Safety regulations require the product's name to be registered. In some regions where this product is sold, the following names
may be registered instead.
F281050
F281052

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6. Installation

Checking Before Installation


The installation site must satisfy the conditions given below.
Therefore, it is recommended that the installation site be looked over before delivering this equipment to the customer.

Checking the Installation Space


The space required for installation and maintenance work is shown below.

100mm
or more

500mm
or more

Checking the Unpacking Space


Be sure to unpack this equipment according to the illustrations in a wide area where there is enough space around it.
2,520mm

1,354mm

749mm 740mm

Pallet This equipment


Slope Board

740mm 660mm 526mm


1,926mm

Check Items When Turning OFF the Main Power


Check that the main power switch is OFF.
1. Turn OFF the main power switch of the Host Machine.
2. Be sure that control panel display and main power lamp are both turned OFF, and then disconnect the power plug.

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6. Installation

Points to Note on Installation


Refer to "Order of Installation of options" when installing this equipment.
Since this machine is heavy (Staple finisher: approx. 40kg, Booklet finisher: approx. 64kg), 2 or more persons are required
to install it. Be sure to perform the work in accordance with the standard to handle a heavy load in each country.
When moving this Equipment after having unpacked it, be careful by placing a plate, etc. on areas with steps to prevent the
casters from hitting those steps. If the casters hit a step, the casters or the base plate may be deformed.

Order of Installation of Options


When installing this equipment together with other options, first install the host machine and then install options in the following
order:

For imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500/8500 Series


Document Insertion Unit

Staple Finisher Document Insertion/ Folding Unit


Puncher Unit

Booklet Finisher Puncher Unit

1. Document Insertion Unit, Document Insertion/ Folding Unit


2. Puncher Unit
3. Staple Finisher/ Booklet Finisher

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For imageRUNNER ADVANCE C7500 Series


Document Insertion Unit

Buffer Pass Unit

Staple Finisher Document Insertion/ Folding Unit


Puncher Unit

Booklet Finisher Puncher Unit

1. Buffer Pass Unit *1


2. Document Insertion Unit, Document Insertion/ Folding Unit
3. Puncher Unit
4. Staple Finisher/ Booklet Finisher
*1:When installing the finisher, it is necessary for the Buffer Pass Unit to be installed.

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6. Installation

Unpacking
2. While holding the top of this equipment, raise one
side of this equipment to remove the cushioning
Unpacking Procedure material, and lift the plastic bag upward.

NOTE:
This equipment is packed using tapes, fixings and
cushioning materials to be protected against vibration and
shock during transportation. Be sure to remove them
before starting to install this equipment. It is a good idea
to store away the removed fixings and cushioning
materials for possible relocation of this equipment, e.g., to
a new site or for repairs.

NOTE:
This equipment is rather heavy. Be sure to work with a
group of 2 or more people. Particularly when moving it over
a step on the floor, be sure to take full care not to let it
tumble over (Weight: Staple Finisher: approx. 40 kg,
3. While holding the top of this equipment, raise the
Booklet Finisher: approx. 64 kg).
other side to remove the cushioning material and
plastic bag.

1. Open the container box, and then take out the


accessory box and included parts, cushioning
materials.

NOTE:
The Tray label and Tray setting label are attached to the
plastic bag with the adhesive tape.

4. Remove two slope boards and two fixing pins from


the pallet.

NOTE:
The fixing pins are attached to the slope board with the
adhesive tape.

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6. Installation

5. Using two fixing pins, fix the slope boards to the 9. Close the front cover.
pallet by aligning the arrow mark of the slope board
and the line mark of the pallet.

6. Place the casters of this equipment on the slope


boards, and then move this equipment slowly down
from the pallet to the floor.

7. Remove all the tapes and cushioning materials


outside this equipment.

8. Open the front cover. Remove all the tapes and the
2 cushioning materials from the stapler part.

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Unpacking and Checking the Contents


Check that none of the included parts is missing.

Connecting to the Host Machine of the imageRUNNER ADVANCE


6500/8500 Series

[1]

[4] [2]

[3]
[8]
[4]
[6]

[8]
[5]

[8]
[7]

[9] [10] [11]

[12] [13] [14] [15]

[1] Finisher 1 pc.


[2] Upper delivery guide 1 pc.
[3] Lower delivery guide 1 pc.
[4] P tightening screw (M4x12) 2 pcs.
[5] Connection guide plate 1 pc.
[6] Binding screw (M4x8) 4 pcs.
[7] Ground rail 1 pc.
[8] TP screw (M3x6) 3 pcs.
[9] Stapler unit staple case 1 pc.
[10] Staple cartridge 3 pcs.
[11] Staple cartridge for saddle stitcher 2 pcs. (Booklet Finisher only)
[12] Tray setting label 1 pc.
[13] Jam label 2 pcs. (Booklet Finisher only)
[14] Jam language label 1 pc. (Booklet Finisher only)
[15] Saddle caution language label 1 pc. (Booklet Finisher only)

<Others>
Including guides

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6. Installation

Connecting to the Host Machine of the imageRUNNER ADVANCE


C7500 Series

[1]

[6]

[8]
[5]

[8]

[8]
[7]

[9] [10] [11]


[2]
[4]
[3]

[12] [13] [14] [15]

*: These are not used for the host machine of


the imageRUNNER ADVANCE C7500 series.

[1] Finisher 1 pc.


[2] Upper delivery guide 1 pc. *1
[3] Lower delivery guide 1 pc. *1
[4] P tightening screw (M4x12) 2 pcs. *1
[5] Connection guide plate 1 pc.
[6] Binding screw (M4x8) 4 pcs.
[7] Ground rail 1 pc.
[8] TP screw (M3x6) 3 pcs.
[9] Stapler unit staple case 1 pc.
[10] Staple cartridge 3 pcs.
[11] Staple cartridge for saddle stitcher 2 pcs. (Booklet Finisher only)
[12] Tray setting label 1 pc.
[13] Jam label 2 pcs. (Booklet Finisher only)
[14] Jam language label 1 pc. (Booklet Finisher only)
[15] Saddle caution language label 1 pc. (Booklet Finisher only)
*1: These are not used when connecting to the host machine of imageRUNNER ADVANCE C7500 Series.

<Others>
Including guides

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6. Installation

Connecting to the Document Insertion Unit or the Document


Insertion/Folding Unit

[1]

[8]

[6]
[8]

[5]

[8]
[7]

[9] [10] [11]

[12] [13] [14] [15]

[2]
[4]
[3]

*: These are not used when connecting to the Document Insertion Unit
or the Document Insertion/Folding Unit.

[1] Finisher 1 pc.


[2] Upper delivery guide 1 pc. *1
[3] Lower delivery guide 1 pc. *1
[4] P tightening screw (M4x12) 2 pcs. *1
[5] Connection guide plate 1 pc.
[6] Binding screw (M4x8) 4 pcs.
[7] Ground rail 1 pc.
[8] TP screw (M3x6) 3 pcs.
[9] Stapler unit staple case 1 pc.
[10] Staple cartridge 3 pcs.
[11] Staple cartridge for saddle stitcher 2 pcs. (Booklet Finisher only)
[12] Tray setting label 1 pc.
[13] Jam label 2 pcs. (Booklet Finisher only)
[14] Jam language label 1 pc. (Booklet Finisher only)
[15] Saddle caution language label 1 pc. (Booklet Finisher only)
*1: These are not used when connecting to the Document Insertion Unit or the Document Insertion/Folding Unit.

<Others>
Including guides

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6. Installation

Installation Procedure Connecting to the Host Machine of


the imageRUNNER ADVANCE C7500
Series
CAUTION:
Check that the main power switch is OFF and the
power plug is disconnected from the outlet. 1. Remove the Rail extension plate from the Ground
rail and install it as shown by the figure.
1 Screw (TP ; M3x6)
Preparing This Equipment for
Installation
Connecting to the Host Machine of
the imageRUNNER ADVANCE
6500/8500 Series 1x

1. Install the Ground rail to this equipment.


2 Screws (TP ; M3x6)

NOTE:
Install the Ground rail to the position [C].

1x

TP
(M36)

2x

A B C

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2. Install the Ground rail to this equipment. Connecting to the Document


2 Screws (TP ; M3x6)
Insertion Unit or the Document
NOTE:
Insertion/Folding Unit
Install the Ground rail to the position [A].

1. Install the Ground rail to this equipment.


2 Screws (TP ; M3x6)

TP
(M36) NOTE:
Install the Ground rail to the position [C].

2x

TP
(M36)

2x

A B C

A B C

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6. Installation

Connecting to the Upstream


3. Remove the two face covers.
Connection Machine
Connecting to the Host Machine of
the imageRUNNER ADVANCE
6500/8500 Series

1. Install the Upper paper delivery guide to the host


machine.
3 Hooks
1 Screw (P Tightening ; M4x12)

4. Install the Connection guide plate to the host


P Tightening
(M4x12) machine.
4 Bosses
4 Screws (Binding ; M4x8)

1x

Binding
(M48)

4x

2. Install the Lower paper delivery guide to the host


machine.
2 Hooks
1 Screw (P Tightening ; M4x12)

P Tightening
(M4x12)

1x

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5. Open the front cover of this equipment. Check that 7. Fix this equipment to the host machine.
the hole of the Connection plate is positioned 1 Screw (TP ; M3x6)
between the marking-off lines of this equipment.

NOTE:
If the hole is not positioned between the marking-off lines, TP
(M36)
carry out the adjustment described in "Adjusting the Height
and Tilt."

1x

8. Pull out the saddle unit about 150mm. (Booklet


Finisher only)
6. Fit the positioning pin of the Connection guide plate
in the positioning hole on this equipment to connect
this equipment to the host machine fittingly.

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9. Loosen two screws, and then fix the saddle unit 11. Put the saddle unit back. (Booklet Finisher only)
auxiliary caster so that its caster can touch floor.
(Booklet Finisher only)

2x

12. Close the front cover of this equipment.

10. Tighten two screws loosened at step 9. (Booklet


Finisher only)

2x

13. Remove the interface cover of the host machine.


2 Hooks

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Connecting to the Host Machine of


14. Connect the interface cable to the host machine. the imageRUNNER ADVANCE C7500
Series
CAUTION:
When connecting the interface cable, be sure to turn
off the host machine and disconnect its power cable 1. Install the Connection guide plate to the host
from the outlet. If you do not do so, electric shock can machine.
result.
4 Bosses
4 Screws (Binding ; M4x8)

1x

Binding
(M48)

4x

15. Install the interface cover to the host machine.


2 Hooks

CAUTION:
When attaching the interface cover, be careful not to
pinch or damage the cable harness.

2. Open the front cover of this equipment. Check that


the hole of the Connection plate is positioned
between the marking-off lines of this equipment.

NOTE:
If the hole is not positioned between the marking-off lines,
carry out the adjustment described in "Adjusting the Height
and Tilt."

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6. Installation

3. Fit the positioning pin of the Connection guide plate 5. Pull out the saddle unit about 150mm. (Booklet
in the positioning hole on this equipment to connect Finisher only)
this equipment to the host machine fittingly.

6. Loosen two screws, and then fix the saddle unit


4. Fix this equipment to the host machine. auxiliary caster so that its caster can touch floor.
1 Screw (TP ; M3x6) (Booklet Finisher only)

TP
(M36) 2x

1x

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7. Tighten two screws loosened at step 6. (Booklet 10. Connect the interface cable to the buffer pass unit.
Finisher only)

CAUTION:
When connecting the interface cable, be sure to turn
2x off the host machine and disconnect its power cable
from the outlet. If you do not do so, electric shock can
result.

1x

8. Put the saddle unit back. (Booklet Finisher only)


Connecting to the Document
Insertion Unit or the Document
Insertion/Folding Unit

1. Install the Connection guide plate to the Document


Insertion Unit or the Document Insertion/Folding
Unit.
4 Bosses
4 Screws (Binding ; M4x8)

Binding
(M48)

9. Close the front cover of this equipment.

4x

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2. Remove the rear cover of this equipment. 4. Install the rear cover of this equipment.
3 Screws 3 Screws (TP ; M3x6)
2 Claws 2 Claws

3x 3x

Claw

Claw

5. Connect the Relay connector of the Document


3. Install the Relay connector supplied with the Insertion Unit or the Document Insertion/ Folding
Document Insertion Unit or the Document Insertion/ Unit to this equipment.
Folding Unit to this equipment.
2 Connectors
1 Guide
1x
4 Wire saddles

2x

5x

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6. Open the front cover of this equipment. Check that 8. Fix this equipment to the Document Insertion Unit or
the hole of the Connection guide plate is positioned the Document Insertion/ Folding Unit.
between the marking-off lines of this equipment. 1 Screw (TP ; M3x6)

NOTE:
If the hole is not positioned between the marking-off lines,
carry out the adjustment described in "Adjusting the Height TP
and Tilt". (M36)

1x

9. Pull out the saddle unit about 150mm. (Booklet


Finisher only)

7. Fit the positioning pin of the Connection guide plate


in the positioning hole on this equipment to connect
this equipment to the Document Insertion Unit or the
Document Insertion/ Folding Unit fittingly.

10. Loosen two screws, and then fix the saddle unit
auxiliary caster so that its caster can touch floor.
(Booklet Finisher only)

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13. Close the front cover of this equipment.


2x

Connecting to the Host Machine of the


imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500/8500
11. Tighten two screws loosened at step 10. (Booklet Series
Finisher only)

1. Remove the interface cover of the host machine.


2 Hooks
2x

12. Put the saddle unit back. (Booklet Finisher only)

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6. Installation

Connecting to the Host Machine of the


2. Connect the interface cable to the host machine. imageRUNNER ADVANCE C7500 Series

CAUTION:
1. Connect the interface cable to the buffer pass unit.
When connecting the interface cable, be sure to turn
off the host machine and disconnect its power cable
from the outlet. If you do not do so, electric shock can CAUTION:
result. When connecting the interface cable, be sure to turn
off the host machine and disconnect its power cable
from the outlet. If you do not do so, electric shock can
result.
1x

1x

3. Install the interface cover to the host machine.


2 Hooks

CAUTION:
When attaching the interface cover, be careful not to
pinch or damage the cable harness.

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6. Installation

Affixing the Labels


3. Pull out the saddle unit. Affix the Saddle caution
language label in the appropriate language on the
Affixing the Jam Label / Saddle saddle caution label.

Caution Language Label (Booklet


Finisher only)

1. Open the front cover of this equipment. Affix the Jam


label in the appropriate language.

4. Put the saddle unit back.


2. Affix the Jam language label in the appropriate
language.

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6. Installation

5. Close the front cover of this equipment.

Affixing the Tray Setting


Labels

1. Affix the Tray setting labels which is specified by


user in the frame line of tray labels.

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6. Installation

Making Adjustments Preparing This Equipment for


Making Adjustment of the Height
The difference in height between this Equipment and the Host
Machine and the tilt of this Equipment and the Host Machine
need to be adjusted depending on the installation site floor 1. Remove the Caster Covers (front/ rear).
condition. If the height or tilt are not adjusted properly,
problems can occur (for example, a paper jam can occur
frequently at the paper supply section of this Equipment).
Check the height and tilt and adjust it as required. Be sure to
adjust as necessary.

Making Check and Adjustment


of the Height
Checking the Height

1. Check the difference in height between this


equipment and the upstream connection machine.
Make sure that the hole of the Connection guide
plate is positioned between the marking-off lines of
this equipment.

Adjusting the Height

NOTE:
Detach this Equipment from the Host Machine for
adjusting the height.

2. When the adjustment of height is necessary, make


adjustment by referring the "Adjusting the Height".

NOTE:
When the adjustment of height is not necessary, proceed
to the "Making Check and Adjustment of the Tilt".

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6. Installation

NOTE:
1. Turn the adjustment dial of the caster in the direction If the adjustment dial keeps lifting upward, lower the
of the arrow by lifting the dial upward a little to adjust adjustment dial by releasing three claws. And be sure to
the height. insert the three pins of the adjustment dial to the hole of
the caster support plate.
(A full turn of the adjustment dial changes the height of
this Equipment by 2.0 mm.)
To increase the height of this Equipment, turn the Claw
dial in the direction of arrow [A]. Claw
Claw
To decrease the height of this Equipment, turn the
dial in the direction of arrow [B].

NOTE:
Adjust the height at four casters.

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[A]

[B]

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6. Installation

<Connecting to the Host Machine of the imageRUNNER


Making Check and Adjustment ADVANCE C7500 Series>
of the Tilt
Checking the Difference in Tilt

1. Check the relational tilting amount of this Equipment


and Host Machine. Make sure that the gap between
the right side of this Equipment and the left side of
the Host Machine is within the standard shown in the
figure.
<Connecting to the Host Machine of the imageRUNNER
ADVANCE 6500/8500 Series>
5.01.5mm

5.01.5mm

5.01.5mm

5.01.5mm

5.01.5mm

5.01.5mm

5.01.5mm

5.01.5mm

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6. Installation

<Connecting to the Document Insertion Unit or the Preparing This Equipment for
Document Insertion/Folding Unit>
Making Adjustment of the Tilt

1. Detach this equipment to the upstream connection


machine.
1 Screw

NOTE:
Disconnect the Relay connector when detaching this
equipment from the Document Insertion Unit or the
Document Insertion/ Folding Unit.
6.71.5mm

1x

8.51.5mm

6.71.5mm 1x

10.11.5mm

2. When the adjustment of tilt is necessary, make


adjustment by referring the "Adjusting the Tilt".

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6. Installation

Adjusting the Tilt


2. Remove the Caster covers (front/ rear)..

1. Turn the adjustment dial of the caster in the direction


of the arrow by lifting the dial upward a little to adjust
the tilt.
(A full turn of the adjustment dial changes the height of
this Equipment by 2.0 mm.)
To tilt this Equipment to the right, turn the dial in the
direction of arrow [A].
To tilt this Equipment to the left, turn the dial in the
direction of arrow [B].

NOTE:
Adjust the tilt at two left casters.

[B] [A]

[A]

[B]

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6. Installation

NOTE:
If the adjustment dial keeps lifting upward, lower the 3. Install this equipment to the upstream connection
adjustment dial by releasing three claws. And be sure to machine.
insert the three pins of the adjustment dial to the hole of
1 Screw (TP ; M3x6)
the caster support plate.

Claw NOTE:
Connect the Relay connector when installing this
Claw
Claw equipment to the Document Insertion Unit or the
Document Insertion/ Folding Unit.

1x

Making Checks After


Completion of Adjustments

1. Check to see that the difference in height between


this equipment and the upstream connection
machine and the tilt are within the specifications. If
they are not within the specifications, make
adjustments again with reference to Section
"Adjusting the Height and Tilt".

2. Install the Caster covers (front / rear).

1x

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6. Installation

Making Checks after For the Document Insertion Unit or


the Document Insertion/Folding Unit
Completion of Installation

1. Take back the following parts which are no longer


Disposal Parts necessary.
[1] Upper delivery guide 1 pc.
For the Host Machine of the [2] Lower delivery guide 1 pc.
imageRUNNER ADVANCE 6500/8500 [3] P tightening screw (M4x12) 2 pcs.
Series [4] Tray setting label (remaining label) 1 pc.
[5] Jam label 1 pc. (Booklet Finisher only)
[6] Jam language label (remaining label) 1 pc.
1. Take back the following parts which are no longer (Booklet Finisher only)
necessary. [7] Saddle caution language label (remaining label) 1
[1] Face cover of the host machine 2pcs. pc. (Booklet Finisher only)
[2] Tray setting label (remaining label) 1 pc.
[3] Jam label 1 pc. (Booklet Finisher only)
Operation Check
[4] Jam language label (remaining label) 1 pc.
(Booklet Finisher only)
[5] Saddle caution language label (remaining label) 1
pc. (Booklet Finisher only) 1. Turn ON the main power of the host machine.

For the Host Machine of the


2. Open the front cover, and then install the Stapler unit
imageRUNNER ADVANCE C7500 staple case into the stapler unit.
Series

1. Take back the following parts which are no longer


necessary.
[1] Upper delivery guide 1 pc.
[2] Lower delivery guide 1 pc.
[3] P tightening screw (M4x12) 2 pcs.
[4] Tray setting label (remaining label) 1 pc.
[5] Jam label 1 pc. (Booklet Finisher only)
[6] Jam language label (remaining label) 1 pc.
(Booklet Finisher only)
[7] Saddle caution language label (remaining label) 1
pc. (Booklet Finisher only)

3. Close the front cover.

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6. Installation

4. If a message prompting the user to update the


version appears, press [Update] to automatically
update the version of this equipment.

NOTE:
If [Skip] is selected, a message prompting the user to
update the version will appear every time the host machine
is started. In the service mode (Level 2) shown below, it is
possible to set not to display the message.

(Level2) COPIER > OPTION > FNC-SW > VER-CHNG

5. Check the operation such as paper feed and stapling


to make sure that problems such as a jam or
malfunction do not occur.

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APPENDICES
Service Tools.................................... 204
General Circuit Diagram....................205
Service Tools

Service Tools

Solvents and Oils


No. Name Uses Composition Remarks
1 Alcohol Cleaning; Fluoride-family hydrocar- Do not bring near fire.
e.g.,plastic, rubber parts, external bon Procure locally
covers. Alcohol Substitute: IPA(isopropyl
Surface activating agent alcohol)
Water
2 Solvent Cleaning; Fluoride-family hydrocar- Do not bring near fire
e.g.,metal, oil or toner stain bon Procure locally
Chlorine-family hydrocar- Substitute: MEK
bon
Alcohol
3 Lubricating oil(EM-50L) Lubrication; e.g.,gears, drive areas, Special oil
Tool No.:HY9-0007 friction areas. Special solid lubricatiing
agent
Lithium soap

Special Tools
None

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General Circuit Diagram

General Circuit Diagram

General Circuit Diagram 1/2


10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
PS117 PS104 Staple-Free Binding Unit Staple Unit
Front Tray M113 M111
PS122 Front PS130 PS126
Paper End Return Roller
Auxiliary Guide Paper End Pushing Cover Sensor Staple-free Binding Staple
Assist Motor Lift Motor
HP Sensor Guide HP Sensor Motor Clock Sensor Edging Sensor
M M
PS115 PS121 3 2 1
J1016
Front Alignment
3 2 1
J1057 J1082 6 5 4 3 2 1 3 2 1 M106 4 3 2 1
Return Roller
3 2 1
PS129 1 2 3 PS127 3 2 1
3 2 1

HP Sensor
6 5 4 3 2 1 3 2 1 J1097 Lower Escape 4 3 2 1 J1183
Staple-free 1 2 3 J102
PS125 Staple Sensor
F M107 J1092L Delivery
HP Sensor
Binding Staple
F
PS116 J1053 Front
1 2 3 4

Rear Alignment
3 2 1
PS112
4 3 2 1
J1092DH
Shift Motor J1015
3 2 1
HP Sensor HP Sensor
3 2 1

3 2 1
Alignment Motor J1092D
M
SW102 3 2 1
HP Sensor M
Lower Escape PS119 Swing Guide PS103 J1023 1 2 3 3 2 1
PCB201 PS118 J1054 Delivery Roller Swing Guide J1182 4 3 2 1
Safety Switch Buffer Sensor
1 2 3
J1073 4 3 2 1 M116
Saddle Stitcher Rear Tray 3 2 1
HP Sensor HP Sensor M112
4 3 2 1
FT4
Staple-free M115

NO
3 2 1 FT3 2 S P
4 3 2 1

Controller PCB Auxiliary Guide M108 3 2 1 Paper End


1
3 3 2 1
Staple Motor

M
Binding

CO
J1096

NC
HP Sensor Rear 3 2 1 3 2 1
Pushing J1017 3 2 1

J213 J212 J1056 PS111 Motor M M

4 3 2 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10111213 PS114
3 2 1

3 2 1
Alignment Motor Lower Escape
3 2 1 J1098
Guide Motor J1014L
1 2 3 4 1 2
J1014LH

3 2 1
J2042D Processing Tray J1074
M
Delivery Sensor M J1014D 4 3 2 1 J1022H 2 1
1 2 J1253 J1254
1 2 3
J2042LH
Paper Sensor 4 3 2 1
4 3 2 1 PS101 J1022 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5
J2042L J1052 3 2 1 J1095

PS123
4 3 2 1 3 2 1
J1181 4 3 2 1 Inlet Sensor
3 2 1
J2045D 3 2 1
3 2 1 CL103 S P J1012L

1 2 3
J2045DH
Paper End M109 PS113 Paddle Clutch 3 2 1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
J1012LH
J2045L 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Assist HP Tray Auxiliary Lower Escape CL J1013 3 2 1
J1012D
3 2 1
J2043D
E 3 2 1
J2043LH Sensor 3 2 1
Guide Motor Tray Full Sensor 2 1 J1011L 1 2 3
SW101 E
1 2 3
J2043L J1055
M 2 1 J1061 J1011DH
3 2 1
Front
3 2 1 J1011D
3 2 1 J2044
J1072 4 3 2 1
J1094
3 2 1
Cover Switch
FT2

NO
2
4 3 2 1 FT11
3 2 1 J1051L 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 101112131415161718 3

M
CO

STPL_24V+
STPL_24V+

STPL_24V-
J1051LH

NC

STPL_24V

STPL_HP
STPL_SP
STPL_LS
J1051D 181716151413121110 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 J1091L J1093L
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
PS216 1 2 3 4 5 6
J1093LH J1021L

GND

+5V
J1091LH 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
6 5 4 3 2 1 J1093D
Saddle Delivery J1091D
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
J1021LH
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Tray Paper Sensor 4 3 2 1 J1081L


8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
J1021D
J1252
PCB102
J1081LH
J1071L 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 101112
1 2 3 4 J1081D Stapler unit
J1071LH relay PCB
SNS-SYORITRY_EMPTY

Puncher Unit

PDL_REARFALL_CL_ON
SNS-ESC_OFFSET_HP
J1071D 121110 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 J1251

SNS-REARFALL_HP

SNS-KAKIKOMI_HP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10111213

SNSFDOOR_OPEN
SNS-YODOUP_HP
SNS-ESC_EJECT
SNS-RBERO_HP

SNS-FBERO_HP

SNS-ESC_FULL

FDOOR_OPEN
SNS-ASIST_HP
SNS-BFPASS_S

SNS-RJOG_HP
SNS-ENTRY_P

SNS-FJOG_HP
/PUNCH_CON
/PUNCH_RXD

SNS-STPL_HP
STPLSW_ON
/PUNCH_TXD

SNS-BFPASS

SNS-STPL_SP
SNS-STPL_LS
SNS-NS_ENC
ACC_RESET
ACC_RESET

SNS-ENTRY

SNS-NS_HP
/SDL_CON

/SDL_RXD
/SDL_TXD
ACC_MD

ACC_MD

SNS_5V

SNS_5V
SGND

SGND

SGND

SGND
SGND

SGND

SGND
SGND

SGND

SGND

SGND

SGND

SGND

SGND

SGND

SGND

SGND

SGND

SGND
+24V1
SGND

SGND

SGND

SGND
SGND

+24V1

SGND

SGND

SGND
SGND
+24V
+24V

OUT2
OUT1

OUT1
OUT1
OUT1
OUT2
OUT2
OUT2
+5V1

+5V1

+5V1

+5V1

+5V1
+5V

+5V
+5V

+5V

+5V

+5V

+5V

+5V

+5V

+5V

+5V

+5V

+5V

+5V
A

B
A

B
A

A
/A
/B

/A
/B

/A
/B

/B
/A

/A
/B

/A
/B

/A
/B
A

B
A

B
A

B
D 4

J124
3 2 1

J123
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 1 2 3 4

J112
5 6 7 8 9 10111213 1 2 3 4

J105
5 6 7 8 9 101112131415161718 1 2 3 4

J107
5 6 7 8 9 10111213 1 2 3 4

J108
5

J109
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10111213141516 1 2 3 4

J118
5 6 7 8 9 1011121314

J106
1 2 3

J132
1 2 3 1 2 3 4

J101
5 6 7 8 9 101112 1 2

J131
1 2 3 4

J102
5 6 7 8

J125
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10111213
D

PCB101
Finisher Controller PCB
J129 J130 J133 J113 J114 J117 J111 J119 J126 J104 J103 J127 J122 J121 J110
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1011 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 101112131415 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10111213141516 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10111213 1 2 3 4 5 6 3 2 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 101112 1716151413121110 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

+24V1
ESCFEED_CL_ON
+24V1
YODO_CL_ON
A
/A
/B
B
+12V
GND
+24V
GND
SGND
/MFP_TXD
/MFP_RXD
+3.3V
/MFP_RESET
/MFP_MD

+5V
SGND
SNS-ENTFLAP_HP
+5V
SGND
SNS-SYORIMAE

B
/B
/A
A

+5V
SGND
SNS-STPLUNIT_HP
+5V
SGND
SNS-PADL_HP
+5V
SGND
SNS-MSTPL_EMPTY
MSTPL_LED
+5V
+3.3V
SW-MSTPL

LED_DA
+5V1
+5V1
TRY_LED_AN1
TRY_LED_AN2
SGND

FAN1_ALM

/B
B
SGND
FAN1_ON

A
/A
/B
B
A
/A
/B

A
/A